Police arrested a Virginia Beach man after court documents say he held a woman at knifepoint and made her pass out.
Longtime Williamsburg swim coach Harold Baker was suddenly fired from Williamsburg Aquatic Club this week. Locals held a rally in support in…
More than 100 DVDs being sold on the black market are now off the streets.
A man accused of holding two women hostage and ransacking their apartment in early July is now locked up, according to police.
Jay Gruden addresses the media before the team begins training camp on Thursday.
Street signs should guide the way for drivers, but unfortunately, many in the city of Portsmouth have lost their way.
The Republican presidential contest has grown to 17 candidates with Wednesday’s entry of Jim Gilmore.
Virginia Beach Fire Department Wednesday stopped a fire from inflicting any further damage to a residence in the 2800 block of Pleasant Acre…
Virginia Beach Police Wednesday are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a man wanted on multiple charges.
Nags Head town officials say they are having a growing problem with volleyball nets, umbrellas and tents being left on the beach overnight.
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden officially kicked off training camp with a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard informs personnel of adjusted work hours to avoid the extreme mid-summer heat and keep employees safe.
The Washington Redskins agreed to a multiyear contract extension with linebacker Ryan Kerrigan on Wednesday, a day before the first practice…
According to an activist group, 26 climbers have used ropes to rappel over the St. Johns Bridge to block Shell’s Arctic icebreaker vessel.
Activists are protesting Shell’s Arctic icebreaking vessel, July 29 2015.
The family of Kawanza Beaty, who was shot and killed by police, filed an intent/notice Thursday to sue the city in his wrongful death.
All lanes on I-664 Northbound at the Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel are open Wednesday after a multi-vehicle crash inside the tunne…
Helping kids get ready for the new school year.
Dennis Bagley, Portsmouth’s General Services Director, resigned Tuesday.