Eminent domain issues are heating up on the Peninsula.
Days before an election for the Portsmouth School Board, candidate Jo Ann Clarke is facing backlash for a post she made on Facebook.
The Mad Stone Bloods is a multistate gang whose leaders are based in New York, according to prosecutors.
In court Friday, Paul Williams is charged with three counts of felony hit-and-run, DUI, DUI maiming, expired inspection and no seat belt.
A former Navy sailor has been sentenced to 18 months in prison in a case involving the transporting of stolen vehicles, Friday.
On June 28, 2005, police found 26-year-old Gerric Adrian Rountree dead in his home on Hull Drive.
An investigation found that a boat was suppose to be picked up for donation in that area, but the wrong boat was taken.
Two vehicle fires caused major traffic headaches for drivers on I-64 west at the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel Friday.
Dispatchers received a call about the incident at 3:44 p.m.
President Barack Obama approved federal aid for four of the nine Hampton Roads cities that requested it. Suffolk wasn’t one of them.
One person was injured in an accident at W. 38th Street and Newport Avenue Friday.
Police are still investigating both of these incidents. At this time, police do not believe they are connected.
A New York City police sergeant was fatally shot and another has been wounded in an exchange of gunfire with a suspect.
The woman told police she was walking in the 600 block of Mariner’s Way when she felt the gunshot.
An inmate tried to escape custody Friday while being escorted from the Norfolk Consolidated Courthouse back to the city jail.
The school sent an alert saying a suspect was in custody and the area was safe.
Hampton Police are looking for the person they say broke into a US Mail truck last week.
Jurors found Friday that Rolling Stone magazine, its publisher and a reporter defamed University of Virginia administrator Nicole Eramo.
Chelsea Clinton plans to make several stops in North Carolina Saturday, campaigning for her mother.
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