It’s week two of the Old Dominion Football Show with Bruce Rader and Coach Bobby Wilder.
Detectives in Virginia Beach are trying to identify the man and woman who stole items from a parked vehicle on Wednesday.
The Newport News bomb squad responded to a call Friday for military ordnance dating back to the Korean War.
The Band of the Week for September 12, 2014 is Woodside High School.
Watermen are stealing local oysters, and officials say it’s becoming a big problem across the area.
The 2014 Freedom Walk & Run took place at Peninsula Town Center in Hampton on Thursday, Sept. 11.
Out of Suffolk’s 19 schools, four will miss the mark completely this year when it comes to accreditation, and 10 will miss full accreditatio…
Virginia Marine Police arrested four men on Wednesday for illegal poaching — stealing oysters from public waters without licenses.
A Virginia Beach EMS captain awaiting trial for a felony has been charged with a misdemeanor.
Newport News police have arrested two men and charged them in the investigation of a rape early Friday morning.
Although employees were given the day off Friday, many helped in the Day of Caring, sponsored by the United Way of South Hampton Roads.
Hampton will be in search of its first win of the season Saturday night against the Richmond Spiders.
ODU sophomore receiver Zach Pascal is hoping for a breakout season.
The Washington Redskins might have to find another kicker for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Police are looking for this unknown lady who stole a wallet out of a car two months ago.
Remember the baby red pandas that were born at the Virginia Zoo? Well, now you can help decide their names.
The elderly man had just left the BB&T Bank with money in his hand when he was pushed to the ground and robbed.
A verbal altercation earlier on Aug. 6 led to shots fired later in the evening, police said. Now two Hampton men are wanted in connection wi…
Orioles slugger Chris Davis was suspended 25 games without pay on Friday for using amphetamines.
Authorities say two juvenile suspects have confessed to picking clean a pumpkin patch that had been cultivated by New Mexico preschoolers.
Paul Galanti’s decision was announced Friday by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who called him “a true American hero.”