Virginia Beach Department of Public Works crews were on scene of several water main breaks Tuesday morning.
Dispatchers received a call for shots fired at Pure Diamonds Lounge in the 4100 block of Portsmouth Boulevard at 1:58 a.m.
The Buckeyes reign supreme in college football’s new playoff era.
For the first time in 11 games, ODU is learning how to rebound from a loss.
A Virginia Beach man, and retired Navy chief, will spend three months in prison for receipt of child pornography.
Gloucester County Animal Control is investigating a Saturday shooting that left a dog dead.
U.S. marshals arrested a Connecticut man on the Eastern Shore Monday after he skipped town while on trial for child sex offenses.
Firefighters rescued a cat from a fire at Smitty’s mobile home park in Norfolk Monday night.
Detectives have charged the suspect of a Monday night robbery in relation to two other robberies in Newport News.
Both drivers in a head-on collision in Suffolk Monday afternoon were taken to area hospitals with injuries.
There is possibly new life in the plan to expand U.S. Route 460, a stretch of road in need of a serious upgrade.
The Elizabeth City Police Department is searching for one man believed to have a role in three recent armed robberies.
The White House announced Vice President Biden will come to Norfolk to talk about cybersecurity workforce training.
Dominion is moving forward with the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, even if it means going to court. But they really want public input first.
A JetBlue airliner diverted to Norfolk International Airport Monday afternoon when fumes were reported in the cockpit.
Chesapeake police are asking the public for help identifying a man suspected of credit card fraud.
All charges against two Sailors and a police officer involved in a bar fight back in October have been dropped.
A 3-year-old girl was taken to a local hospital Monday after officials were called to a Chesapeake daycare for an injured child report.
Authorities are looking for three individuals they say stole merchandise from an Old Navy store in Chesapeake.
Instead of burnt sienna and cerulean blue, the page’s 2.4 million followers saw cartoon breasts and sophomoric sex jokes.
The White House says it erred in not sending a high-level official to an anti-terror march in Paris on Sunday.