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.
Bessie Durham said she is losing part of her backyard because of a storm drainage pipe newly installed next to her property line.
Norfolk State senior defensive end has caught the attention of almost every team in the NFL.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is vowing to invest billions of dollars to fix the management of the world’s most deadly weapons.
The Suffolk Police Criminal Investigation Division is asking the public for information about a suspicious incident in the Holland area.
A federal government source says an infected surgeon working in West Africa will be flown to the U.S. for treatment on Saturday.
Wilbur Cerate claims two PETA workers took his dog Maya off his porch and euthanized her.
A mother turned in to police by her daughter for allegedly making meth went to Norfolk court Thursday.
90 service members from the Ebola-hot zone of West Africa are spending the next 21 days at the Langley Transit Center.
A Norfolk landlord has pleaded guilty to four misdemeanors related to allegations from tenants that he tried to trade rent for sexual favors…