Investigators have not been able to identify an accidental cause of a Portsmouth house fire early Thursday morning.
The program that is now enjoying is best start in school history finished with the worst record in school history just two seasons ago.
The USS Leyte Gulf returned home to Norfolk Station Norfolk Wednesday.
Chesapeake police are trying to identify a man who they believe stole a cell phone last month.
The driver in a deadly Oceanfront crash last May pleaded guilty Wednesday to involuntary manslaughter and DUI.
A Virginia Beach man faces 20 years in prison, if convicted of child pornography charges.
Right before sentencing Bob McDonnell, the judge addressed 10 On Your Side’s investigation into his past with the former governor.
CHKD opened the area’s first urgent care center that exclusively serves infants, children and teens.
Four people and a dog were displaced after a fire at a one-story house Wednesday afternoon.
It was far from the Cavaliers’ best outing, but it was enough to take down the Wolfpack and keep their historic season going.
A fire damaged a detached garage and a recreational vehicle in Chesapeake Wednesday evening.
Gov. McAuliffe called former Gov. McDonnell’s sentencing a “sad day” for the Commonwealth, and outlined plans for ethics reform.
Dangerous cold weather is moving into Hampton Roads tonight, the coldest weather since last January – so make sure you’re ready.
Ava Hurdle’s last broadcast on WAVY-TV was January 7, 2015, a report about the USS Leyte Gulf returning from deployment.
As temperatures drop in Hampton Roads, the Virginia Department of Transportation is on alert.
He’s living history, and on Wednesday, Alcide Benini’s 93 years of life and decades of service to the military were recognized in Suffolk.
Newport News detectives have arrested the sixth and seventh suspects in the investigation of an October assault and robbery.
William Priest faces additional charges from a sexual assault, abduction case in Suffolk from Dec. 2013, police say.
Accomack County deputies recovered a dead dog and a dozen living ones from a house in Onancock Tuesday evening.
A mechanical failure is blamed for a fire that caused $50,000 damage to the Kingsmill Laundry facility.
The suspect is accused of killing a 23-year-old at a local gas station on New Year’s Day.