Norfolk State University officials released more information Monday about two on-crimes over the weekend.
Norfolk rebounds from its Saturday loss, while Wilson’s record improves to 5-0 in his home stadium.
The crew on a 42-foot crab boat called 911 after they took a wave that disabled the vessel.
The shooting happened in the 600 block of Dresden Drive.
NSU officials report a sexual assault occurred in the campus library.
64-year-old Larry Douglas Castle fell into the street and was hit by a car early Sunday.
A vacant house caught fire Sunday morning.
A small fishing boat ran aground at Croatan Beach early Sunday morning.
A train struck an unoccupied vehicle that was stuck on the tracks.
The community that spent the last month searching for AJ Hadsell, Saturday, packed the Holloman-Brown funeral home to say goodbye.
A fourth-inning rally wasn’t enough to overcome a 4-0 deficit.
10 On Your Side’s Lex Gray attended the event with the honor of being on the all-female judges panel.
Police need help finding a man who robbed the Boost Mobile store on Portsmouth Blvd.
Virginia Beach school’s celebrated Tri-Campus Family Day at Newtown Elementary School Saturday.
The defense shined for Norfolk State during Saturday’s spring scrimmage at Dick Price Stadium.
Tides manager Ron Johnson joined Nathan Epstein live on the 6:00 p.m. Sportswrap on Saturday, watch the interview on WAVY.com.
Live animal presentations, zookeeper demonstrations of animal enrichment activities were held at the Virginia Zoo.
BAE celebrated its 100-year anniversary in Norfolk Saturday with a special event for employees and their families.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue responded to a fire Friday evening that displaced an adult and a child.
Federal officials have fined Duke Energy Florida Inc. $90,000 in the death of an employee electrocuted at a north Florida substation.
A Mason City man has given up his effort to get his 25-year prison sentence for vehicular homicide overturned.