Norfolk school officials celebrated the brand-new Richard Bowling Elementary School in a dedication ceremony Monday.
Metro police are seeking at least three suspects after a man was shot and killed Sunday night in downtown Nashville.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have competing missions heading into Monday night’s leadoff debate.
Jihad Ramadan, who was born Justin Faustin, is wanted in the 2005 stabbing death of a Hampton University student.
Houston police were responding to an “active shooter situation” at a shopping center Monday morning, according to officials.
Jarrett Jones reportedly placed a hidden camera in a closet where he asked the girls to change during school performances.
McMullin is a ten year veteran of the CIA and was the chief policy director for the House Republicans in Congress.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on Monday will survey damage from flood waters in Bertie County.
Jaime Peller and her girls had been desperately waiting to hear that voice — “911, what is your emergency?” — for two minutes.
Michael Edington, Jr. is charged in the 2014 shooting death of 35-year-old David Latham.
Clinton leads Trump by 10 percent among likely Virginia voters, according to a new poll from CNU.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump confronted each other face-to-face for the first time in Monday night’s presidential debate.
People in Bertie County who had property damaged in the flood can start applying for state relief money on Monday morning.
A Portsmouth man was shot and killed Sunday night in the 3200 block of George Washington Highway.
Deputies have arrested a woman following a deadly shooting at a house in the 100 block of Burgundy Road, Saturday afternoon.
Golfing legend Arnold Palmer, 87, passed away Sunday, according to Golf Digest and ESPN golf writer Jason Sobel.
A handful of people took to the streets on Sunday in protest of recent officer-involved shooting throughout the country.
A police officer is recovering in the intensive care unit after trying to arrest a suspect breaking into cars.
Chanting “No Justice! No Peace!” as they converged outside Bank of America Stadium, about 100 people peacefully demonstrated.
Donald Trump is arguing that he’ll do more to help women from the White House than Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.