Record low temperatures are expected across the area Thursday. This, combined with more snowfall Wednesday night, means black ice remains a …
Rescue crews were called out to a retention pond after two children broke through the ice Tuesday morning.
Children playing in the snow across the Hampton Roads area, 2-17-15.
Chopper 10 flew over Hampton Roads after a winter storm layered the area with snow and ice, February 17, 2015.
The Centerville Turnpike Bridge reopened Wednesday evening, after being closed due to a mechanical issue.
Virginia State Police report they have responded to hundreds of service calls statewide following the overnight storm, including two of thei…
Light snow and freezing rain are reported across central and eastern North Carolina, prompting officials to cancel schools in many areas.
A record number of motorists have called AAA Mid-Atlantic for help with dead batteries and other storm-related problems.
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Production of “The Path To Freedom” with Atumpan Edutainment.
Using the stenograph can be a work of art and the work of a court reporter helps thousand of people.
The Tony winning musical “Jersey Boys” takes the stage at the Ferguson Center for the Arts.
Because of the recent Arctic Blast, we can expect postponements and cancellations of sporting events in Hampton Roads.
Rescue crews were called to a retention pond in Virginia Beach after two children broke through the ice.
Before you decide to drive after a snowstorm, you’ll first need to clear off your car. Here are some helpful tips.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler discusses how much snow has fallen across Hampton Roads and what we can expect tonight.
Heavy snowfall overnight dumped up to 11 inches in some places in Virginia.
Heavy snowfall overnight led to flight cancellations at Richmond International Airport.
East Route 58 was closed near the Suffolk Executive Airport after a tractor-trailer veered off the road and ran into a ditch.
A 19-year-old Hertford County teen died after she lost control of her vehicle while traveling on an icy road Tuesday night.
Most cities across Hampton Roads picked up 4-7″ of snow overnight. The snow then transitioned over to a mix of sleet and freezing rain.