23 young football players got a big surprise Tuesday night, thanks to a generous donation from a Portsmouth church.
Students and parents packed into the Mathews High School library to send a message to the school board.
The Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame inducted its class of 2014 Tuesday night at Norfolk Scope.
The Mathews County community packed a school board meeting Tuesday night, all in support of a dismissed wrestling coach.
Detectives have connected several recent cases of large-scale vandalism in Suffolk and Isle of Wight to five people, who are in custody.
Virginia Beach City Council voted Tuesday to send a new policy initiative regarding gun owners to the Virginia General Assembly.
During the last case of the day, a brawl broke out in the Northampton County courtroom Monday.
The William & Mary men’s basketball team was picked to finish second in the Colonial Athletic Association preseason poll.
Ben Bradlee, who guided The Washington Post through its Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Watergate scandal, died Tuesday.
A top N.C. Republican says he will back a bill protecting state officials who won’t issue same-sex marriage licenses or perform weddings.
A Virginia man has won a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against a major guardrail maker in Texas.
Jurors in the trial of four Blackwater security guards may reach agreement on some charges, but may become deadlocked on others.
An Omaha hospital says an American video journalist is free of Ebola and will be released soon.
A company that specializes in cloud-based data and document management is bringing 150 jobs to Virginia Beach.
Felicia Bailey is asking Surry County schools to test for mold, but the superintendent says there is none.
Several Hampton Roads police departments defended a database they use to share phone records Tuesday.
10 On You Side looks into a mother’s concerns about the possibility of mold inside Surry County schools.
Andrews Farming Inc. and ANDCO Logistics Inc. are planning to expand their operations in Carroll County, creating 51 jobs.
The fight over a historic house has taken a nasty turn.
A woman is suing Norfolk City Council members, saying they hid the rezoning process of Talbot Hall from the public.
It’s Election Day and residents across Hampton Roads have begun to cast their ballots at the polls.