The Chesapeake Fire Marshal’s Office is currently working to determine who started the fire.
Portsmouth’s planning staff and their consultant team will analyze your input to begin “crafting a vision” for an updated city plan.
Herring spoke Wednesday at the Hampton-Newport News Community Service Board’s Annual Thanksgiving Banquet.
28-year-old Takisha Melissa McClinton was arrested in connection to the incident.
Dispatchers received a call about the incident at 9:04 p.m.
The bottom line: If you commute through the tunnel five days a week, you’ll be shelling out about $80 a month just to work.
It’s been a deadly week on the Peninsula. Since Saturday, a shooting has taken place nearly every day.
Norfolk State and Hampton held a press conference on Wednesday as both teams get ready for the annual Battle of the Bay.
The plan for an expanded light rail might be dead, but the money spent on it continues to haunt the City of Virginia Beach.
Students found vandalism at the College of William & Mary that featured the words “Go Trump” with a swastika substituting the “T.”
Melvin Laird, a former Wisconsin congressman and U.S. defense secretary, died on Wednesday, his family said.
Harold Diggs, a former James City County police officer, is facing an invasion of privacy charge.
Fire Chief Robert Alley confirmed the man’s identity Friday as 73-year-old McArthur Pearson.
Images from Chopper 10 showed a large police presence with SWAT team members at the scene Wednesday afternoon.
Clarence Brown pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and was sentenced to 28 years with 20 years suspended.
Crews used a torch and saws to get the man free. He had been stuck for about 45 minutes.
A death investigation from Wednesday in the 500 block of Lucerne Avenue has been ruled a homicide, according to police on Thursday.
Congressional Republicans accuse the CFPB, a division of the federal government, of spying on 95 percent of all credit and debit card purcha…
The Norfolk Tides announced that they will play the Baltimore Orioles in an exhibition game at Harbor Park on Friday, March 31.
The men left a department store in the 1400 block of Greenbrier Parkway without paying for $650 worth of merchandise.