Two passages matched nearly word-for-word the speech that first lady Michelle Obama delivered in 2008 at the Democratic National Convention.
A fire during the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 19, left the Hibachi Express restaurant in Hampton severely damaged.
Norfolk Police are investigating after a man was found dead on board a ship at a local shipyard early Tuesday morning.
Damages to the building has been estimated to be $450,000.
The Hillary Clinton campaign has opened several offices across the state and in Hampton Roads this week.
The current owners of the JANAF shopping center are putting the property up for sale.
Nicole Carry will represent Ward 1 until a special election takes place in August.
A grand jury will meet in August to go over the case against Quedell Higgs and Kamron Sellers.
The Norfolk Tides earned a much-needed win, thanks to the long ball in Buffalo.
The victim said he was shot in Norfolk, though it’s not yet clear exactly where.
Cynthia Leigh Graves has been found, according to police.
Newport News Police say two missing men with dementia and diabetes have been found safe.
Synetheia Newby was recently named the new executive director of the Citizens’ Unity Commission.
A person who cared for a Zika-infected relative in Utah also got the virus, but exactly how it was transmitted is a medical mystery.
The department has about 60 vacancies and 800 officers on the force, according to Chief of Police Jim Cervera.
Trump wasn’t in the car involved in the accident, and everyone is OK.
The warning expired at 8 p.m.
The City of Newport News spends $1 million a year to find teenagers jobs and get them off the streets.
Thirteen of the protesters refused to leave the roadway, were arrested and taken to the Richmond City Jail.
It’s something you might not know, but you can legally fire a gun in the City of Chesapeake.