A Virginia Beach council member is looking for feedback on a not-so-subtle proposal about money management and city leadership.
National Guard reinforcements helped contain the latest protests in Ferguson, preventing a second night of the chaos.
Police detained 3, arrested 1 once they received reports of a possible vandalism at a Norfolk business.
An FBI spokeswoman says two special agents have been shot in St. Louis County, and that it is not directly related to the Ferguson protests.
Drive through a million twinkling lights this winter.
Chef and cookbook author, John McLemore, shows us how to properly and safely fry a whole turkey.
Tammy Stemen of Ashley Furniture HomeStore in Chesapeake showed us some gift ideas for the entire family.
Bon Secours Tri-Cities Medical Associates in Portsmouth is here to talk about avoiding holiday weight gain.
Bea CoBell and Ramona Rice from the Rose and Womble Foundation talked about their 22nd Annual Turkey Brigade.
Officers have ordered protesters off Ferguson streets after what had been several hours of largely peaceful demonstrations.
Tuesday night, Norfolk City Council unanimously agreed on a construction plan to begin in January.
A navy veteran in the process of moving back to Virginia Beach, lost his home and his pets in a fire over the weekend.
Virginia Beach Animal Control has set traps for a coyote off General Booth Boulevard in the Red Wing area of the city.
A Navy veteran and his family are trying to recover after a devastating fire over the weekend.
Police have arrested a woman they say claimed to be the owner of a lost dog and then attempted to sell the dog on Craigslist.
WAVY.COM caught up with military chefs serving a Thanksgiving meal to more than 250 service members Tuesday.
A few dozen people marched through Accomack to protest the killing of a family dog by the animal-rights activist group PETA.
After months of construction, crews have reopened the underpass at Tidewater Drive and Little Creek Road in Norfolk.
It takes a while to prepare a Thanksgiving meal for 250 people. But that’s exactly what happened Tuesday at Little-Creek Fort Story.
A group in Hampton Roads gathered to process the Ferguson grand jury decision, and talk about avoiding the same situation happening here.
People protesting the Ferguson grand jury decision took to the streets in cities across the U.S. for a second day Tuesday.