This week’s I am Hampton Roads has had plenty of time in the spotlight, and is once again being called to the stage.
The cast and crew of “Chicago Med” coach Kerri Furey through a few of the procedures you see on your favorite medical drama.
Hampton Roads Community Action Program discusses their fashion show coming up in collaboration with Project Discovery.
Shelby a cute petite beagle from the Suffolk Animal Care Center is waiting for her new home.
Get your pizza your way at Your Pie.
Great auto insurance advice from attorney Paul Hernandez from Kalfus & Nachman.
Newport News police say a school bus assistant slapped a 4-year-old boy, after the child had spit on her.
A large roll cloud blanketed much of Hampton Roads Wednesday evening — catching the widespread attention of viewers.
A warrant service by Virginia Beach Police closed Nimmo Parkway between General Booth Boulevard and Upton Drive Thursday, February 16, 2017.
A large band of roll clouds blanketed much of Hampton Roads Wednesday evening — catching the widespread attention of viewers.
Trump plans a news conference about midday Thursday to announce his nominee for labor secretary — “a star, great person,” in his words.
29-year-old Joseph Merlino III was arrested and charged in connection to the death of his estranged wife, Ellie Tran.
Police say three people were found fatally shot in an apartment in Richmond’s East End.
A restaurant owner in Norfolk says his businesses will close as part of the national “Day Without Immigrants” protest.
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister says his country expects to have a productive relationship with the Trump administration.
The attorney for Anthony Burfoot is requesting acquittals on two counts related to the city treasurer’s public corruption conviction.
The contraption was just powerful enough to send 47 pounds of weed into the US.
Authorities say the pig was shot with two arrows on Monday and died later.
The move closes a major loophole in the global regulation of a substance so lethal it has been used as a chemical weapon.
Malaysian authorities on Thursday announced the second and third arrests in the death of the North Korean leader’s half brother.
A teacher paralyzed after a car accident is back in the classroom and now he is on to his next challenge – driving.
Faith Johnson and her younger sister say their parents had searched for their daughter Cheryl Lynn for years.
Utility work scheduled for Newtown Road in Norfolk is expected to impact traffic over the next week.
Experts say the biggest obstacle is getting addicts the proper treatment. The barrier there is the cost of getting that second chance.
Immigrants across the country are expected to stay home from school and work on Thursday to show how critical they are to the U.S. economy.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard is celebrating 250 years of service by remembering the 75th anniversary of the launch of the USS Alabama.
Bouchard holds up her end of the deal, sitting courtside at a Brooklyn Nets game with her Twitter mystery man.
A 48-year-old man was sentenced to one year in prison Thursday for concealing a woman’s dead body.
No. 14 Virginia dropped its second-straight game, losing to No. 12 Duke on Wednesday night in Charlottesville.