Element four is the first piece to be placed into the river’s open waters.
The interstate has several lane and ramp closures scheduled by VDOT this week.
Fire crews responded to the 5600 block of Gates Landing Road near Whitehurst Landing Road just after midnight.
The 31-year-old victim said she left the hospital Saturday night and is unsure when she’ll go back to work.
Police spokesman Lou Thurston said she had been at a friend’s house in the neighborhood.
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins defeated the Admirals 4-2 on Friday night at Scope.
A little bit of Las Vegas was in Virginia Beach Friday night, and it was all thanks to local baseball star David Wright.
Friday night there was a game to be played, but an afternoon announcement was on the minds of the Norfolk Admirals community.
A local attorney looks at the legal perspective of a property damage bill VDOT sent to a Suffolk man 30 years after a vehicle crash.
A prosecutor says DNA testing has ruled out the suspect in the abduction of a University of Virginia student with the disappearance of a cen…
The city of Newport News added a fourth color to its traffic lights. The blue lights are designed to help police officers catch red light ru…
After many construction delays, the shelter off Jefferson Avenue in Newport News has finally opened its doors.
A driver was airlifted to a local hospital Friday night, after a single-vehicle crash in Virginia Beach.
Airline passengers aren’t buying enough garden gnomes, superhero pajamas or heated cat shelters. SkyMall has filed for bankruptcy.
After months of catalytic converters being ripped from underneath vehicles, local business owners are asking “will it ever stop?”
A former prison guard at Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail pleaded guilty this week to having sex with an inmate, prosecutors said.
Drive through some intersections in Newport News, and you won’t see just the normal red, yellow and green lights.
The Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter is open for business and already taking a bite out of a big problem in Hampton Roads.
A 70-year-old man wrongly convicted of the 1976 stabbing deaths of a mother and daughter walked out of prison Friday.
Norfolk Admirals owner Ken Young confirmed to WAVY that he is being forced to sell the team to the Anaheim Ducks.
The two brothers were convicted of selling drugs and guns in Virginia Beach.