A family favorite snow day comfort food.
State and local police were called to hundreds of accidents and incident reports Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015.
WAVY TV 10 viewers measure snow amounts in their neighborhoods on February 26, 2015.
Check out these pictures of Hampton Roads pets playing in the snow. February 26, 2015
Families across Hampton Roads made great use of Thursday’s snow day and built some pretty impressive snowmen. Check them out!
Police say a Pennsylvania woman left her sleeping 1-year-old in her minivan in freezing weather while taking another child for a haircut.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 26,000 midsize cars in North America to fix automatic transmissions that might not shift into park.
Police are investigating claims of rape and sexual assault on church property in Virginia Beach.
Thousands of people are without electricity in North Carolina as a winter storm dumps snow, sleet and freezing rain across much of the state…
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler has a mid-morning update on the weather conditions across the viewing area.
The snow and icy conditions on the roads caused multiple crashes and disabled vehicles across Hampton Roads Thursday.
Crews have reopened the I-64 W overpass at Mercury Blvd. after closing it for a short period of time due to icy conditions.
Check out Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s morning update to see what to expect for the rest of day.
Power has been restored to almost all customers affected by snow-related power outages Thursday.
And so it begins!!! The snow began just after 10 PM across NC and now the snow is pushing into Virginia, as I start writing this.
Marcus Thornton broke W&M’s 65-year old record for most career points.
Williamsburg police are asking the public for tips in the investigation of a shots fired incident Monday evening.
Sen. Jeff McWaters of Virginia Beach and Del. Tom Rust of Herndon said Wednesday that they won’t be seeking re-election.
William & Mary senior guard Marcus Thornton scored 15 points in the first half of tonight’s game.
Portsmouth City Manager John Rowe submitted his letter of resignation to City Council in a closed session Tuesday night.
The VDOT control center has over 300 monitors of local highways and bridges.