Rising water from the Cahsie River caused flooding in downtown Windsor in Bertie County on Sept. 21 and 22, 2016.
Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Duke Energy all told employees not to venture into North Carolina’s largest city.
A fire caused by an overloaded electrical strip displaced three adults from a house in Chesapeake.
The Democratic Party of Virginia says the 2013 law suppresses voting by blacks, Latinos and young people.
Youngstown council set aside $375,000 to buy Bertha Tillis’ house, and the whole neighborhood, to build the industrial park.
Never before has Hatteras Island brought in more taxes for lodging and restaurants than in 2015. But what do the numbers mean?
Devon Faulkner, 24, was assigned to the USS Wasp, which deployed to the central Mediterranean in June.
The U.S. military in Camp Butler in Okinawa said the cause of the crash is still under investigation.
A tractor trailer crash on Rt. 158 in Gates County has closed a portion of Rt. 158 between Harrell Church Road and Hackney Road.
The suspect was identified as Mahogany Parker, 19, from Newport News.
The auto parts were headed to Jordan in an export shipping container that arrived from Chicago.
Matt Kelchner’s last season as head coach of the Captains has started off with a bang.
Some of the big connector streets of Norfolk flooded over as rain fell Wednesday.
Colonial Pipeline restarted the gasoline pipeline in Alabama that had been shut down because of a major leak, which caused shortages and sur…
A Snapchat photo of a Quinnipiac University student in what appeared to be black face with a banner reading Black Lives Matter went viral ac…
Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, broadly released dashcam and aerial footage, 911 calls and police radio traffic with unusual swiftness following …
In 2015, more than 300 inmates at the Albany County Jail reported using heroin or opioids. In October of last year, the county started a new…
A peaceful prayer vigil turned into an angry march and then a night of violence after a protester was shot and critically wounded.
10 On Your Side has learned more about who could move into a group home set to open soon in Williamsburg.
The storm drains in the City of Chesapeake are only capable of handling 2 inches of water at a time, which has created a back-up.