Wednesday was the first meeting for a group working to stop the prescription opiate and heroin epidemic in Hampton Roads.
Virginia Beach police say they’re still conducting tests on a video camera that was found hidden in a family’s motel room three months ago.
A space station supply mission by a Virginia company has been pushed back to October.
Tobias Loftin is charged with murder in a fatal shooting at Club Embassy in Virginia Beach. He was captured in North Carolina.
Crews on the USS Zumwalt found a seawater leak in its propulsion system on Monday.
No one was hurt in two separate multi-vehicle crashes that were reported within minutes of each other in Virginia Beach.
Rainy conditions and high water caused widespread flooding, road closures and school delays on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
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Sections of roads and area highways closed Wednesday due to high water and heavy rain throughout the region.
Loved ones describe the victim as a hardworking father of three young children.
It’s the latest installment of the Friday Night Flights high school football top ten plays of the week.
Police say they received a report at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday that 16-year-old Kaevon Malik Alston ran away from home.
28-year-old Corey Achstein was unarmed when he was fatally shot in the back while sitting on the ground.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said on Twitter that several officers were injured during the protests.
First responders found a man lying in the intersection of Vimy Ridge Ave. and Lafayette Blvd. suffering from life-threatening injuries.
Police say 68-year-old Clarence Edward McInnis, who goes by “Uncle Boot,” was found late Tuesday night near EVMS.
Chesapeake’s is healthy, hungry and ready to make an impact on Virginia’s defense.
Former Phoebus High School running back Marshawn Williams is finally back on the field for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
Suffolk police are conducting an internal investigation into why a cruiser parked in what appears to be a handicapped-accessible spot.
WAVY reporter Brandi Cummings spoke to John Gomez, owner of Sprinter Bus.