Tropical Storm Hermine inundated Hampton Roads and North Carolina with rain, creating flooding that submerged vehicles and property. Sept. 3…
People across Hampton Roads and NC woke up to signs of damage from Tropical Storm Hermine.
Roads and interstates in Hampton Roads and North Carolina have been impacted as Tropical Storm Hermine moves through.
Some Hampton Roads cities opened emergency shelters Saturday morning.
Impacts from Hermine were seen and felt in the early morning hours of Saturday with flooding, outages and damage.
Officials say crews are out currently working to restore power in southeastern Virginia and North Carolina.
Police are investigating a shooting after finding a gunshot victim in a vehicle overnight Saturday.
A tornado touched down in Dare County with reports of property damage and injuries.
A garage was deemed a total loss after it caught fire on Exeter Drive on Friday night.
Photos from the high school football games featured in the September 2 episode of Friday Night Flights.
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The victim was taken to the hospital. It’s not clear how badly the victim was injured.
A Navy sailor was medevaced off the Virginia coast Friday with symptoms consistent with appendicitis.
Local college campuses are working to lower that number and start a dialogue with a new campaign ahead of classes.
Police are investigating an armed robbery at a Citgo Gas Station on Jefferson Avenue Friday night.
Crews are gearing up to handle whatever wet and windy weather results over the holiday weekend.
WAVY reporter Joe Fisher ran into a bride and groom who were taking pictures on the beach before Hermine arrived.
10 On Your Side spoke with volunteers from the Salvation Army and Union Mission Ministries Friday.
Newport News Police Chief Richard Myers released a statement Friday in response to recent shootings.
Crews in Virginia and North Carolina have been preparing roadways ahead of Tropical Storm Hermine.
City employees will be out during the storm to monitor conditions.
The Hampton Roads Show was happy to welcome back The Ben Phelps Project to the stage.
Comedian Adele Givens stopped by to chat with Jen and Chris about her upcoming shows at the Funny Bone.
Debbie Johnston, RN and Founder and CEO of Care Advantage, stopped by to talk to us about how Care Advantage can help with senior care.
Seafood excellence from Carolina Gumbaya.
The audience for The Hampton Roads Show were organizers with the 11th Annual Out of The Darkness Community Walk to prevent suicide.
Police arrested Roger W. Suttler for incident exposure at the James City County Library in the 7700 block of Croaker Road.
A Newport News man is facing a long list of charges after he was taken into custody while trying to elude police.
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Video shows a man entering that bank, handing a note to a teller and being handed what appears to be cash.