Protesters ousted from private land where they tried to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline burned vehicles and built roadb…
Bob McCabe said Friday that the facility has transferred 45 inmates into Virginia Department of Correction facilities since Sept. 1.
The NWS is planning to go from a full to a part-time operation, while moving away from local forecasts.
City officials, along with developers Rhodeside & Harwell, are putting together the city’s first bicycle and pedestrian plan.
VDOT tweeted Friday afternoon that the work had been cancelled.
Loretta Lynn’s mansion is open to tour now, but they don’t let visitors upstairs for a reason.
Snow, rain and sleet Thursday night caused power outages and damage across western Massachusetts.
Ghost walks, family events and soul music are all happening this weekend in Hampton Roads!
A man didn’t go to jail hungry after making a stop at a fast food restaurant as he led Arizona police on a car chase.
A car crash on Interstate 264 in Portsmouth has stopped traffic on the eastbound side near Frederick Boulevard.
The World Series returns to one of baseball’s iconic ballparks on Friday when the Cubs and Indians face off in Game 3.
Northbound lanes on Hampton Boulevard, near Bolling Avenue, were closed overnight after a car crash snapped a power poll in half.
It’s the story of a tavern owner who supposedly put a hex on the Cubs after the team refused to let his pet goat into Wrigley Field.
A person was hit by a car in Norfolk Friday morning was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
Friday, the Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical is holding an event in conjunction with their walk.
Jerod Evans shook off a right ankle injury to throw for a career-high 406 yards and two touchdowns and lead No. 25 Virginia Tech to a 39-36 …
VDOT has set aside almost $214 million for the winter weather in the state of Virginia.
It’s the latest edition of the Old Dominion Football Show with Bruce Rader and coach Bobby Wilder.
Seton Youth Shelters recently discovered it did not receive a competitive $200,000 federal grant this year.
With two weeks to go before the 2016 presidential election, a political sign was stolen from a Chesapeake man’s yard.