“Full Speed Ahead” was the theme of Mayor Donnie Tuck’s message in front of a crowd of 450.
The City of Virginia Beach says 253 residents who were impacted by Hurricane Matthew have received building permits free of charge.
The peaceful demonstration was held in front of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers building in Ghent.
Sgt. Earl McNair was placed on administrative leave after he was charged with assault back in June. Those charges were dropped in October.
The suspect smashed through the front door of a Hampton restaurant to gain access Monday morning.
Police are trying to find two men wanted for an armed robbery at a 7-Eleven early Monday morning.
29-year-old Damien Michael Dukes was sentenced to 30 years in prison with 17 years suspended for second-degree murder.
Workers this week removed the last bit of scaffolding to unveil a freshly painted and restored U.S. Capitol.
At 4:25 p.m. Tuesday, detectives found Cynthia Dunbar safe and unharmed. She has been returned home.
TFC Recycling is preparing to recognize streets and neighborhoods that regularly put those blue bins on the curb.
Construction will begin next fall on the new two-lane tunnel under the Thimble Shoal Channel, west of the CBBT.
Police asked people to avoid the airport, which is in southwest Oklahoma City.
The new year will mean higher tolls for drivers who use the Midtown and Downtown Tunnels.
Police arrested a suspect Wednesday evening in connection with a deadly shooting that happened on Penrith Lane.
Will President-elect Donald Trump remake school lunches into his fast-food favorites of burgers and fried chicken?
House Republicans nominate Paul Ryan speaker for next Congress.
Seasonal dish from Chef Garrett Barner from Passion the Restaurant.
Young Virginia Beach surfer advanced to the semifinals at the Rip Curl GromSearch.
The Red Kettle Campaign is back!
McDonnell will teach in the Robertson School of Government.
After about an hour and a half, the worker was freed and removed from the home through a second floor window.
If the line to work at Waterside is any indication, the new district is about to make a big splash.
Wesley Hadsell has been sentenced to 20 years in prison on a possession of ammunition charge.
Residents will have a chance at the meeting to look at the project and provide feedback to VDOT officials.
Some residents could hear sounds that simulate live fire during the training.