Khloe Kardashian: Kim’s ‘not doing that well’ after heist
Crews are now working to reopen the Brambleton Avenue underpass by the end of this week.
A woman was charged with failure to yield right of way.
A Churchland High School student was arrested Tuesday for having a gun at school.
Residents of the South Mills, North Carolina community witnessed intense flooding after Hurricane Matthew pummeled the region.
WAVY’s Erin Kelly got a first-hand look at the flooding — from atop a monster truck.
Police released a surveillance photo of the suspect Tuesday.
Homes on parade by the Peninsula Housing & Builders Association.
Unmasking the Faces of Cancer A fundraiser for the Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute.
Take a closer look at the hobby of model railroading.
Inmate work crews with the Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office worked Tuesday morning to put sandbags down in flood-ridden neighborhoods.
Fall flavors from David Jones at The Arbors of Port Warwick.
Getting your annual physical therapy checkup at Tidewater Physical Therapy.
The crash remains under investigation.
University Police investigate flyers placed on apartment doors.
Business owner says appearance at events are almost non-existent.
29-year-old Joseph Tanner was bitten on his lower leg and upper thigh
Fayetteville, like many areas in Central and eastern North Carolina, was hit hard by Hurricane Matthew over the weekend.
The 15-foot deep hole reportedly caused three flat tires.
Elbow Road is currently closed at the Chesapeake and Virginia Beach live for emergency repairs.
A homicide investigation is underway in Virginia Beach after a woman was found dead.
A state trooper shot and killed a man during a confrontation amid flood waters in hard-hit Lumberton.
Hampton Boulevard from W. Little Creek Road to Terminal Boulevard was closed for six hours following the crash.
The National Civil Protection headquarters in Port-au-Prince raised the official nationwide death toll to 372.
Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 2 was in Haiti, along with the USS Mesa Verde, to provide humanitarian assistance to the region.
You will likely see police and emergency personnel if you are in the area, and hear simulated gunfire.
Residents are being asked to be careful when re-entering homes that have been affected by flood waters.
Neighbors tell 10 On Your Side that the residents had moved out weeks ago.
The Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office says to be careful with people who drive around and offer help for cash.
No injuries have been reported.