Hampton Police are looking for three men accused of physically assaulting a man at a 7-Eleven parking lot back in October.
Mayor Will Sessoms did announce he has stepped down from Towne Financial Services’ Board.
A state commission charged with overseeing the cleanup of Duke Energy’s 33 coal ash dumps in North Carolina is scheduled to meet for the fir…
Open enrollment begins Saturday and lasts until Feb. 15. Virginians can enroll in the health marketplace, renew or change their plan options…
Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding is renewing his push for Virginia to collect DNA for all criminal convictions.
The man accused of abducting a UVA student pleaded not guilty to charges in an unrelated sexual assault case in Fairfax Co.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler talks about the sleet seen Friday morning and the cold weather heading towards Hampton Roads this weekend.
Carrier Air Wing 8 arrived back home Friday morning after a nine-month deployment.
Officials have closed Jolliff Road in Chesapeake after a tractor-trailer overturned Friday morning.
All lanes of a stretch of Princess Anne Road were closed Friday morning, after a vehicle hit a power pole and crashed into a house.
According to a police report, a generator was missing along with Christmas yard decorations including a Santa Claus, reindeer, a snowman and…
Two people are dead after a pickup truck, driving the wrong way, on Route 58 slammed into a tractor-trailer early Friday morning.
From third string to kicking the game winner for the ODU Monarchs.
Be a part of Family Volunteer Day Nov. 22.
Harvest Hues Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette and Rockfish Newberg with Cold Water Lobster from Cyrus Grille.
The Bodacious Bazaar gets underway at the Hampton Convention Center.
It’s Live Music Friday and we are happy to welcome the Will Overman Band to The Hampton Roads Show stage.
New Thursday night is a 10 On Your Side success story.
The Portsmouth school board voted against giving bonuses to bus drivers who picked up the slack during a sickout last week.
The man stepped into traffic at the Princess Anne Road and South Plaza Trail intersection, police say.
After weeks of controversy, the Camden County Board of Education decided a teacher accused of making racist remarks will keep her job.