Senator John McCain was in Norfolk Wednesday, so 10 On Your Side asked him about the threats made by Islamist terrorist group ISIS.
The man who wants to be Virginia’s next Senator campaigned in Hampton Roads on Wednesday, bringing along a familiar face.
More than two dozen work zone incidents prompted a response from the Virginia Department of Transportation.
A contractor in Chesapeake has been charged after one of his customers claimed he had unfinished business.
10 On Your Side interviewed then Governor Bob McDonnell on August 13, 2013, when the gifts and loans scandal was just breaking.
AP source: the Justice Department plans to open an investigation into the practices of the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department.
A national report claims banks don’t maintain or market foreclosed homes in minority neighborhoods, including some here in Hampton Roads.
The family of a journalist slain by Islamic State militants says Steven Sotloff dedicated his life to portraying the suffering in war zones.
Big Woody’s Bar and Grill was a place Crystal McCullough went to celebrate closing on a new home. But her celebration was quickly squashed.
A swimming advisory for Hilton Beach in Newport News has been lifted after test results met the state water quality standards.
Norfolk’s health department has lifted a swim advisory in East Beach.
A Norfolk landlord has been indicted for attempted rape after he was found guilty of offering to trade rent for sexual favors.
Four families were displaced after an apartment fire made their homes uninhabitable Wednesday.
Emergency crews are on the scene of a double school bus crash Wednesday afternoon.
A photo gallery of arrest and booking photos from across the Hampton Roads area.
Around 3 a.m. on September 3, police were called to the 800 block of A Ave. in Norfolk for a burglary in process
Virginia State Police are investigating a fatal accident on the off ramp to Terminal Boulevard from I-564 in Norfolk.