Read Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog for Jan. 22.
The Postal Service is heading to the state that proclaims itself as the place for lovers to dedicate the 2015 “Love” stamps.
Norfolk International Airport is reporting a decrease in passenger activity for December.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe continued working from his hospital bed Wednesday, his third day out of the office as he was treated for injuries suffe…
10 On Your Side had a one-on-one interview with Rigell who says he fights every day to stop another round of sequestration cuts from hitting…
The fate of the $8 billion project, depends on what happens in Congress, the courts, the White House and with TransCanada, the company plann…
A police video of officers confronting and then fatally shooting a black man in southern New Jersey has raised questions and stirred anger o…
A Mazda ran a red light and struck a Norfolk Public School bus in the intersection of Hampton Boulevard and Helmick Street.
The crash happened in the 2700 block of Tidewater Drive, around 12:30 a.m.
Virginia Beach firefighters contained flames at Cox High School to just one modular building Wednesday night.
A York County resident was attacked by two men last Tuesday morning, and deputies are trying to identify the suspects.
A sandwich shop owner spoke about the murdered 18-year-old employee who might have one day taken over his Portsmouth business.
Newport News police have arrested a man they say was caught on surveillance video robbing three businesses in the city.
A Virginia lawmaker just re-elected despite being jailed for a sex scandal with a teen has been indicted on 4 new felony charges.
Fans in Washington’s subway tunnels didn’t work properly during a fatal accident last week in which a train filled with smoke.
Classes at Cox High have resumed as normal after a fire sparked at one of the portable classrooms Wednesday night.
Because so many homeowners don’t fix vacant and unsafe houses, tax payers have to cover the cost — likely in the form of demolition.
Trucks at businesses across Hampton Roads have been targeted by thieves looking for catalytic converters worth thousands of dollars.
Newport News is taking an aggressive approach to the hundreds of vacant buildings in the East End, and 80 could soon be demolished.
A Norfolk man is upset he was charged tunnel tolls for trips made by someone with license plates stolen from his car.