It’s a huge dilemma for parents: How many hours of sleep should your children get?
Electronic billboards flash a “shooting tips” hotline to freeway drivers.
The call came in at 9:28 a.m. from the bank at 1280 N. Military Highway.
A former Norfolk Sailor battling cancer was on the brink of losing his Chesapeake home to the bank. But not anymore, thanks to friends and s…
Now that children are back in school, every day there will be hundreds of buses on the streets of Hampton Roads.
Multiple incidents caused backups on Hampton Roads highways Thursday morning.
One officer was placed on modified assignment after investigators reviewed surveillance footage, the New York Police Department said Thursda…
During the charity drive, firefighters stand near intersections, holding fire boots and asking for donations from stopped motorists.
More than 2,400 Dominion Virginia Power customers in Portsmouth lost service Thursday morning.
A Northern Virginia woman who tried cashing in an altered lottery ticket could be facing charges.
Virginia has shipped out 1,600 Sons of Confederate Veterans license plates, minus an image of a Confederate flag that Gov. Terry McAuliffe d…
Officers responded to the restaurant located in the 3300 block of Western Branch Boulevard around 10:10 p.m. Wednesday.
The attorney representing the suspect in a Norfolk shooting that seriously injured a man says he acted in self-defense.
The Columbus Clippers defeated the Norfolk Tides 5-2 in game one of their opening round playoff series.
Norfolk State and Old Dominion face off on Saturday night at S.B. Ballard Stadium.
President Barack Obama’s administration says that nearly 330,000 Virginia residents have signed up and paid for health insurance plans under…
A newly released federal study shows a record number of sharks swimming off the coast from Florida to North Carolina.
“The issue is not just one of character. I think it is one of heart, and my heart aches for this country,” said McAfee.
NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin tore the ACL in his right knee while playing basketball.
The case against Wesley Hadsell is moving forward — this time in federal court.
10 On Your Side received several complaints from parents in several different cities about late buses.