VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) Police are looking for the person who shot a man in the back outside Sammy’s Restaurant on Virginia Beach Blvd. e…
Norfolk firefighters found an 8-month-old boy dead inside a burning home on Little Bay Avenue.
Suffolk police are investigating a stabbing that happened late Friday night.
A smartphone app is bringing the standard 911 call at Norfolk State University into the 21st century.
Coal ash from Norfolk Southern bothers neighbors in Lambert’s Point neighborhood.
Norfolk residents are asking city council for help in controlling coal dust coming from the Lambert’s Point Coal Terminal.
The Admirals scored a 2-0 shutout win over the Syracuse Crunch on Friday night at Scope.
The voice you’re used to hearing from your car radio will now be the fresh face on WAVY News 10 Today.
After crashing with another vehicle, into a light pole, and being ejected from his car, a Newport News man was only minorly injured.
The truck driver involved in a crash causing the death of a bicyclist Thursday evening will not be charged, according to police.
Suffolk police arrested a man and juvenile in connection to several car break-ins and thefts in the Harbour View area.
Some students at William & Mary, the second oldest college in the nation, say laws about noise are living in the past.
The Kiddie Garden Preschool and Infant/Toddler Center on Oak Stump Road in Elizabeth City is under police investigation.
It was cooler than a polar bear’s toenails in Hampton Roads today! Temperatures struggled to make it out of the 20s.
A Navy mother who had been deployed since last summer surprised her son at school in Portsmouth Friday.
Time is running out for Norfolk Admirals fans to enjoy the team’s 15-year stint in the top tier American Hockey League. So what happens next…
10 On Your Side is working to get answers the Navy’s second misconduct investigation within six months at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
An investigation of cocaine trafficking into Dare County resulted in three arrests last Friday.
A photo gallery of arrest and booking photos from across the Hampton Roads area.
The owners talked about the future of the Rodanthe Pier as the damaged end section slipped into the Atlantic Ocean Thursday.