The House has passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill after President Obama phoned Democratic lawmakers, urging them to back it.
Drivers on Dominion Boulevard in Chesapeake should expect some new traffic patterns this weekend.
A former president of NSU thinks the current administration blames him for the school’s accreditation being put on probation.
The head of the Hampton VA Medical Center has no plan to overhaul his staff, despite remarks from the new VA secretary.
A Va. Beach woman wants to be repaid for car repairs needed after driving over a hole and steel box on a local highway.
The Lafayette Rams prepare for Saturday’s 3A state title showdown against Magna Vista.
VDOT is looking for contractors to replace a specific type of guardrail, that critics say has a potentially dangerous design flaw.
The federal government agreed Thursday to bring high-speed Internet to schools and libraries in poor or rural areas.
A woman told Suffolk police her teenage daughter was allowed to drink alcohol at a sleepover.
Police say the suspects entered Cavalier Hotel and damaged over $7,000 throughout the building.
Attorney General Mark Herring is suing a Texas company for selling Virginia what he calls unapproved highway safety equipment.
Meet Santa Paul in this week’s edition of I Am Hampton Roads.
Social media can get us into trouble if we’re not careful.
At Chesapeake Bay Academy, they use a teaching strategy called “differentiation” to meet the varying needs of students.
Crispus Attucks Cultural Center presents ‘A Christmas Carol.”
Chef Bob Hirasawa from Farm Fresh shows you how to make homemade delicious candies that are perfect X-mas gifts.
Priority Automotive is teaming up with local animal shelters for their Home For The Holidays Pet Adoption Program.
The USS Norfolk was decommissioned today at Naval Station Norfolk.
The newborn joins his 16-month-old sister Lola and parents Hitam and Bali.
Police charged two men and a minor with stealing cash and items from two victims.
Suffolk police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man they say used stolen credit card information at a Suffolk Walmart.