A man who was convicted of shooting and killing a Virginia State Trooper in Dinwiddie County was sentenced to two life terms.
Pete Thompson drove by his own home last Monday night and saw it in flames. He knew his house was gone, but didn’t stop.
Dominion Virginia Power’s outage map showed 1,688 customers affected by the outage.
Police say two men got into a fight early Friday morning, leading to a shooting that injured a Suffolk man.
Heroin deaths rose 23 percent in one year, to 12,989, slightly higher than the number of gun homicides.
Tyler Marshall, a senior at Norview High School, submitted an app called “HourLogger” for the competition and won.
The Lake Taylor Titans basketball team gets ready for a big challenge when they welcome Oak Hill at Scope on Friday night.
The head coach at Sussex Central High had no idea his team would wind up undefeated, and headed to the 1A state championship game.
A new 95,000 square foot office building is being built in the Brooks Crossing development in Newport News.
45-year-old John Edward Muth, Jr. is facing several charges including manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of meth precursors.
The disaster recovery center in Hampton is scheduled to close permanently at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Police say the vehicle was stolen out of Baltimore, Maryland.
Searchers have found the body of a U.S. Marines Corps pilot who went missing after his jet fighter crashed off Japan.
It’s not clear how badly the victim was injured.
More than 60 talented art students from Suffolk Public Schools took part in “Painting the Town.”
Politicians, astronauts, educators and others called U.S. Sen. John Glenn a hero.
Law enforcement is looking for 15-year-old Calah Noel Waskow, who they say was abducted by a man in Evans, Georgia.
Officers were called to the store, located at 1500 block of Brambleton Avenue, at 7:42 p.m.
Two male juveniles were detained following a police pursuit Thursday night in Chesapeake.
Repairs to the underpass’ pump station damaged during the storm are now complete, according to city officials.