Essence Thomas, 17, was gunned down by a 16-year-old boy Tuesday. Friends and family gathered Saturday night to remember her.
Jame City County officers responded to the 100 block of King William Drive Saturday afternoon.
The fire department’s dive team recovered 65-year-old Ricardo John Peters’ body from Lake Maury after he had gone missing back in October.
The blaze started around 7:30 a.m. Saturday morning. The residence is uninhabitable, firefighters said.
Officers said the incident happened around 12:30 a.m. Nov. 8.
The shooting happened Saturday morning in the Monarch Crossing Apartments.
WAVY Sports Director Bruce Rader presents Friday Night Flights with co-host Aubrey Aquino.
Photos from high school football games in Hampton Roads, Va. on Nov. 7, 2014.
VDOT has scheduled weeknight ramp closures on I-64 and I-264 for pavement refurbishment work, beginning this Sunday.
Officers are investigating the shooting of a driver in James City County Friday night.
Langley Air Force Base will be one of the places soldiers returning from West Africa will go to be monitored for Ebola symptoms.
The Department of Motor Vehicles is investigating another Norfolk car dealership.
It’s the Old Dominion Football Show with Bruce Rader and Coach Bobby Wilder.
A Norfolk woman had to go to the hospital Friday, after Norfolk police say she was attacked by a pit bull.
10 On Your Side talked with the CEO of the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia to take a look at the changing face of hunger in Hampton Roads
The Band of the Week for Nov. 7, 2014 is King’s Fork High School.
Newport News police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a teenage girl near Kohl’s Friday afternoon.
Norfolk resident Caitlin Burke contacted 10 On Your Side because what happened to her was a total violation of her personal information.
A Portsmouth car dealership is using the same technology that authorities said they used to find the suspect in two abduction cases.
Local foodbanks say more people than ever need help, especially with the holidays around the corner.
Nuclear work at Norfolk Naval Shipyard has resumed, after an almost two-month pause, due to improper handling of hazardous material.