An 18-year-old in Suffolk was arrested Monday morning after allegedly chasing after a man with a gun and then assaulting a police officer.
An intersection in Suffolk reopened late Tuesday evening after being closed because of power lines downed by a tractor-trailer.
U.S. officials say they believe an American journalist was executed by Islamic State militants as shown in a grisly video released Tuesday.
Here’s a special 10 On Your Side success story — a group of local kids with autism has found a place to to host their bicycle camp.
Driving along I-664 Sunday afternoon, a safety cone plunged through Karen Taylor’s windshield.
A Chesapeake woman feels her brand new vehicle was unjustly towed. She’s also upset at the not-so-affordable $160 towing fee she had to pay.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry was defiant Tuesday as he was booked on abuse of power charges.
If the Supreme Court doesn’t intervene, gay marriages will begin in Virginia Thursday. Some local clergy members are preparing to officiate.
A Suffolk police officer says a group of men yelled something as she drove by, then fired shots at her.
A crowd has gathered where St. Louis officers shot and killed a knife-wielding man after a reported convenience store robbery.
A city dump truck hit a utility pole Tuesday morning, pulling down power lines and sparking a small fire.
Ferguson’s leaders urged residents Tuesday to stay home to “allow peace to settle in,” pledging actions to reconnect with the community.
A training exercise scheduled for Wednesday at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story may lead to some delays for drivers.
The crew of the Norfolk-based USS Bataan helped rescue a vessel in distress in the Arabian Gulf Tuesday.
The “Hands up, don’t shoot” protest has made its way to the NFL.
Governor Terry McAuliffe has announced the creation of the Virginia Oyster Trail, celebrating the state’s oyster industry.