Officials are alerting E-ZPass customers about a scam that has been circulating through email.
Sailors and Marines aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt helped save two fishermen from a burning boat, Monday.
Seven localities in Va. are getting help from the government to reduce drug abuse and trafficking — and all but one is in Hampton Roads.
PayPal is splitting from EBay Inc. and will become a separate and publicly traded company next year.
Authorities say the body of an Arkansas real estate agent who disappeared Thursday has been found in a shallow grave at a concrete company.
Schools in North Carolina are being delayed Wednesday morning for a third day in a row due to fog.
Residents at London Oaks Apartments in Portsmouth called 10 On Your Side, frustrated with the leaking sewage behind their homes.
There’s new fight over an old building in Chesapeake.
Suffolk police arrested a woman on outstanding warrants Friday and found suspected drugs.
A Suffolk woman was pulled over while driving Sunday, but not by a police officer.
Suffolk police arrested a man during a traffic stop after finding cocaine in his possession.
Another loss for the fabled Doumar family, and thus for Hampton Roads — Betty G. Doumar, also known as Gracie, has passed away.
New Monday is a development in Elizabeth River Crossings’ response to toll billing problems at the tunnels.
Fire officials and code inspectors found more than 200 units at the Crown Point Townhomes in Norfolk have code violations.
Almost 100 new jobs are up for grabs in Norfolk — Wal-Mart is hiring workers for a new store in the Mermaid City.
10 On Your Side has a follow up on the recent mud run in Virginia Beach that was cancelled.
Imagine seeing sewage bubble up from the street whenever you flush the toilet. That’s what some residents in Portsmouth are dealing with.