A long-running arts festival in Norfolk took on new meaning today for some artists selling their work.
The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Helena (SSN 725) returned to its homeport at Naval Station Norfolk from a regularly scheduled dep…
A police pursuit ended in a crash near the intersection of Chesapeake Boulevard and Robin Hood Road after a vehicle was reported stolen, Sat…
U.S. Army commandos met stiff resistance from Islamic State militants as they carried out a raid deep inside Syria before dawn today.
No one was injured after a Family Dollar store on High Street was robbed Saturday evening.
Johnessa Richard graduates from TCC this month with an associate degree. Next month she’ll graduate from Norcom High School.
A weekend workshop on production assistant training in the film industry is being held in Virginia.
A boat crash on the Roanoke Sound killed one person and injured one other Saturday.
American Pharoah dominated in Baltimore and will race to become the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 three weeks from today.
Two suspects let a hostage go free, unharmed, after a robbery in Va. Beach Friday. One suspect is at large; another was shot by police.
Dabney Morgan Garden Tips from Saturday, May 16, 2015.
Chesapeake officials determined a suspicious device found Saturday on Woodland Drive was a harmless hoax.
Jackson Greene, who is battling Hodgkin Lymphoma, and his siblings were treated to room renovations.
Greenbrier Christian has advanced to the private school state championship game by defeating Steward 3-0.
Virtual unknowns top the leaderboard as the championship field narrows.
Investigators searching a Newport News home Thursday for a possible drug lab found two pipe bombs, according to a search warrant.
Seattle Seahawks captain Kam Chancellor is back home this week and on Friday, he held a women’s fitness boot camp at Maury High School.
Two suspects let a hostage go unharmed after a robbery in Va. Beach Friday. One suspect is at large; another was shot by police.
A Norfolk resident is fighting over a wetlands board violation for the way she tried to develop her waterfront property.
There’s a new campaign to bring awareness to the fight against Lyme Disease — and it started right here in Hampton Roads.
After his 3rd visit to the facility, Sen. Mark Warner says the Hampton veterans hospital still needs progress in reducing wait times.