Veterans and students worked in pairs on the ornaments, which represent New Hampshire’s natural beauty and history.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation conducted more than 4,100 background checks.
An unlikely comeback and an overtime winner gave Norfolk its third win in the last four games.
After four seasons, redshirt-junior quarterback David Watford has decided to transfer from the University of Virginia.
An All-American at Bayside High School in Virginia Beach, Quin Blanding proved to be the best first-year defensive player in the ACC.
Tuesday night, Virginia Beach residents had the chance to voice their opinions on the proposed arena.
A Hampton woman lost thousands of dollars in electronics and Christmas gifts in a Monday night burglary.
Police have arrested and charged a 17-year-old with murder after a fatal shooting in Virginia Beach, Tuesday night.
“Mee Moowee” was packed in a box by mistake as her Suffolk family moved to Maui, Hawaii.
Over Thanksgiving weekend, Newport News police took reports of stolen catalytic converters from four businesses.
Some lucky military families will get a free tree this holiday season.
Police say at least five people were shot near a Newport News restaurant Tuesday night.
UAB announced plans to shut down the school’s football program, bowling and rifle teams, after the 2014-2015 academic year.
To help stop sexual assaults on Virginia college campuses, CNU President Paul Trible wants more clarity on student transcripts.
A non-profit in Hampton is showing just how far-reaching philanthropy can be — the group just built their 5,000th church.
Police say thieves in Newport News are targeting big vehicles for auto parts, and it’s costing some business owners big bucks.
Suspects in the murder of longtime Suffolk furniture store owner Donald Carter appeared in court Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.
The story is hard to believe, but a Suffolk woman said her cat survived a month-long trip across the country without food or water.
UAB is officially shutting down its football program, becoming the first FBS school to eliminate the sport since Pacific in 1995.
A Va. Beach man was sentenced for lying to banks about his profession and income in order to take out mulit-million dollar loans.
A Suffolk man was sentenced Monday for crimes related to several incidents of arson last year.