Master Sgt. Robert McVickers sends a greeting to Yorktown, Virginia from Camp Lemonnier for Holiday Season 2014.
Sgt. Kelly Moore sends a holiday greeting to family in Norfolk, Va.
Cmdr. Henry Pierce IV sends a greeting to Virginia Beach, Virginia from NSF Diego Garcia for Holiday Season 2014.
Lt. J.G. Price sends greetings to loved ones in Virginia Beach, VA. for Thanksgiving 2014.
Jonathan Saburn‘s Holiday Greeting for Family and Friends in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Capt. Jacqlyn Sanchez sends a greeting to Hampton, Virginia from Misawa Air Base for Holiday Season 2014.
SPC Joshua Smith stationed at FOB Gamberi Afghanistan wishes his family and friends in Virginia Beach, Virginia, a Happy Thanksgiving.
Staff Sgt. Cedric Whitlock sends a greeting to Chesapeake, Virginia from Incirlik Airbase, Turkey for Holiday Season 2014.
SSG Stephen Wilson stationed at Bagram Airfield Afghanistan wishes his family and friends a Happy Thanksgiving.
William & Mary’s playoff hopes came to a crashing halt on Saturday with a Senior Night loss to arch rival Richmond.
It was a cold night for the Grand Illumination in Norfolk and Light Up The Town in Virginia Beach.
City leaders joined the southeastern community for a day of fellowship, music and good food.
Norfolk residents enjoy the annual Grand Illumination celebration.
Taylor Heinicke’s final home game ended in storybook fashion with a walk-off win in overtime over Louisiana Tech.
The celebration kicked off six weeks of holiday events in Norfolk and Olde Towne Portsmouth. Santa Clause even made an appearance.
Volunteers will be out all night and until 3 p.m. Sunday.
You can now lace up your skates and take some laps around the rink.
Rico Odom still wore his hospital ID bracelet when he sat down with 10 On Your Side’s Brandi Cummings.
Tension has been mounting in Ferguson and elsewhere in the St. Louis area in recent days, with many speculating that the grand jury’s decisi…
Raw video of Taylor Heinicke’s game-winning TD to David Washington to defeat Louisiana Tech 30-27 in OT.
A motive for the bizarre behavior that occurred Saturday in Terminal C isn’t known.