A James City County man was arrested early Saturday morning for brandishing a firearm at a Halloween party.
A James City County man is in police custody after allegedly attacking his wife with a hammer Thursday.
The woman who led a police pursuit through two cities Wednesday evening, has been taken into custody.
A 97-year-old woman in Virginia Beach was inducted as an Honorary Green Beret Wednesday.
What does the Republican landslide in the U.S. Senate mean? Political observers say it means nothing, if Republicans can’t fix the gridlock.
Even the referees were in the Halloween spirit. Wait and see what the players have in store for this creepy, cooky edition of the Friday Nig…
After a man screamed at two girls and chased them down a Va. Beach street Saturday night, the responding officers’ actions are being reviewe…
Republican Ed Gillespie said Wednesday he was still waiting for a final vote tally in the race against incumbent U.S. Sen. Mark Warner.
10 On Your Side has learned at least two poll workers in Virginia Beach did not follow procedure on Election Day, Tuesday.
A Norfolk man previously charged in the murder of a Norfolk police officer was indicted on a different murder charge Wednesday.
Police released surveillance images of a man they say exposed himself outside a Virginia Beach Starbucks.
The former police chief at ECSU has been found guilty of failing to discharge his duties, but he won’t spend any time behind bars.
If you’re caught short on Amsterdam’s historic Dam Square, the Dutch government has a message for you: Don’t pee on the palace.
North Carolina Sen.-elect Thom Tillis says his victory over incumbent Kay Hagan came as no surprise because projections taken about two week…
More North Carolina residents voted than ever before for a midterm election this fall. But they didn’t make history when it comes to turnout…
Pat Mullins said Wednesday he’s ready to retire and will resign from his current post when Republicans pick a new chairman next year.
Ray Rice arrived for his appeal hearing Wednesday morning at the offices of former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones in New York.