An Elon University student has admitted to writing “Bye bye Latinos hasta la vista” on a classroom whiteboard.
Crews fought a fire in the garage of a Newport News home Friday morning on Millers Cove Road.
Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina all have fierce fires.
A joint disaster recovery center is opening in Camden County for those who have been affected by Hurricane Matthew.
Friends, family and loved ones lined the streets of Virginia Beach Friday to honor service members in the annual Tidewater Veterans Day Para…
Jimmy Gentry tells people they’re looking at two eras when they see him – the Great Depression and World War II.
Some 4,000 protesters surged into the downtown area late Thursday night with chants like “we reject the president-elect!”
Steven Michael Volovsek has safely returned home and is back with his family.
The teen says he was trying to defend female staff members during the incident, which led to his arrest and expulsion.
Raleigh police are looking at damaged banners at the North Carolina Republican Party headquarters, including one celebrating Donald Trump’s …
Head coach Jeff Jones leads his team into the opener with lofty goals.
A man is wanted for stealing and pawning a person’s iPod after a residential robbery in Virginia Beach October 5,
The Portsmouth Redevelopment and Housing Authority is collecting donations for residents of Swanson Homes.
It’s a question that’s been on the minds of voters since Tuesday’s election results.
At least 100 concerned citizens came to an open house Thursday to ask questions about a proposed Juvenile Detention Center in Chesapeake.
Leonard Cohen, the gravelly-voiced Canadian singer-songwriter of “Hallelujah,” ”Suzanne” and “Bird on a Wire,” has died at age 82.
North Carolina’s governor may have gotten left behind as the Trump train roared through the South.
Anti-Trump protests in Miami; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Dallas; and Louisville, Kentucky, are expected this week.
Richmond Police are bracing for a second night of protests Thursday night, with officers reportedly preparing to use additional gear if nece…
The protesters marched down Mercury Boulevard westbound and ended at the Hampton Coliseum.
The crash happened in the first block of W. Mercury Boulevard. Officers were called to the scene at 7:53 p.m.
“In a way, it’s more like a medical hospital,” said Norfolk Sheriff and Interim Superintendent of HRRJ Bob McCabe.
Thursday was the fourth day of the public corruption trial of Norfolk City Treasurer Anthony Burfoot.
Unofficial election results show at least 68 percent of registered Virginia voters cast a ballot in Tuesday’s presidential race.
McCrory and Cooper are locked in a tight race.
Events are taking place all over Hampton Roads on Veterans Day where you can honor those who have served.
The newly-completed westbound span of the Lesner Bridge opened to traffic Friday evening.
No injuries have been reported.
There was no injuries reported and the victim’s home was not damaged.
Dow Jones industrial average closes at a record high, even as broader stock market ends mixed.