When the ship leaves Naval Station Norfolk Thursday, it will mark the final deployment of a Navy frigate.
Instead of catching the bus at the Oceanfront, you’ll soon be able to ride a trolley.
Temperatures in Hampton Roads are dipping into the teens this week. Here are ways to deal with the extreme cold.
The Army is searching for a suspect after an “active shooter” was reported as a West Texas military hospital.
A brief light rail outage in Norfolk was related to downed power lines on I-264 Tuesday afternoon.
Lawmakers, including Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, have released statements following Bob McDonnell’s sentencing Tuesday.
Downed power lines closed a stretch of I-264 and the Tide, and caused a power outage in Norfolk Tuesday afternoon.
Bob McDonnell spoke to a crowd outside the Richmond courthouse where he was sentenced to two years in prison for corruption.
U.S. Attorney Dana Boente spoke with WAVY News shortly after former Gov. Bob McDonnell was sentenced to two years in prison.
A small plane crashed in a heavily wooded area near the Hampton Roads Executive Airport on Route 58 Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. Mark Scott from Total Health Center in Virginia Beach is here to talk about functional medicine and your overall health.
Healthy skin tips you can turn into habits in the new year.
Chef Jermaine Boothe is making coconut whipped cream and blood orange ice cream sandwiches.
Lunch & Learn event highlighting the hospitality industry.
It’s a great time to refresh a guest room.
Stephanie Cooke, gives her film critique of the new movie “Big Eyes’.
Chef Jerry Beaudry from Big Italy is making beef braciole.
Republicans took control of both chambers of the U.S. Congress on Tuesday, setting the stage for fierce partisan battles that could consume …
The White House on Tuesday threatened to veto the first piece of legislation introduced in the Republican-controlled Senate, a bill approvin…
The Hampton VA has the highest average primary care wait times in the nation, according to a report from the Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
Amid a social media backlash, Virginia’s largest school system is apologizing for its decision to stay open after an ill-timed snowstorm.