The attorney for Anthony Burfoot is requesting acquittals on two counts related to the city treasurer’s public corruption conviction.
The contraption was just powerful enough to send 47 pounds of weed into the US.
Authorities say the pig was shot with two arrows on Monday and died later.
The move closes a major loophole in the global regulation of a substance so lethal it has been used as a chemical weapon.
Malaysian authorities on Thursday announced the second and third arrests in the death of the North Korean leader’s half brother.
A teacher paralyzed after a car accident is back in the classroom and now he is on to his next challenge – driving.
Faith Johnson and her younger sister say their parents had searched for their daughter Cheryl Lynn for years.
Utility work scheduled for Newtown Road in Norfolk is expected to impact traffic over the next week.
Experts say the biggest obstacle is getting addicts the proper treatment. The barrier there is the cost of getting that second chance.
Immigrants across the country are expected to stay home from school and work on Thursday to show how critical they are to the U.S. economy.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard is celebrating 250 years of service by remembering the 75th anniversary of the launch of the USS Alabama.
Bouchard holds up her end of the deal, sitting courtside at a Brooklyn Nets game with her Twitter mystery man.
A 48-year-old man was sentenced to one year in prison Thursday for concealing a woman’s dead body.
No. 14 Virginia dropped its second-straight game, losing to No. 12 Duke on Wednesday night in Charlottesville.
With Omar Prewitt playing at a high level, William & Mary is undefeated at Kaplan Arena.
The victim suffered a non life-threatening graze wound to his shoulder.
Jonathan Wade’s 27 points helped lead Norfolk State to its ninth consecutive win.
The health center will be closed to the public beginning at noon Thursday.
The Monarchs will feature a ton of home-grown talent, including a potential early-round Major League prospect.
A missing Fairfax County man was found safe Thursday morning.
Police say a woman stole an envelope of cash accidentally left behind by a Wal-Mart employee.
Dispatchers say officers were called to the store at 316 Lynn Shores Drive at 9:05 p.m.
Mayor Will Sessoms is the the first mayor in Hampton Roads to sign it, and the third in Virginia.
The accident happened at Tyre Neck Road and Bertrand Avenue.
One of the men died at the scene. The other man was taken to the hospital with possible life-threatening injuries.
Police say someone broke several of the school’s windows to get inside and stole computers.
Police say the suspect was armed with a gun and demanded money, but left before getting any cash.
Police said Thursday that 40-year-old Ugonna Onuoha, of Suffolk, was arrested for rape.
Jayson Mickle pleaded guilty on June 27, 2016.