An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude estimated at 6.1 has rattled Rome and central Italy in the middle of the night.
A former prosecutor says he does not believe the molestation claim seen is from the same person a witness saw being abused.
A Navy sailor accused of taking the identity of members in his command, pleaded guilty to felony charges this week.
A fire at a Chicago apartment building that appears to have been deliberately set, killed four people.
Surveillance video is out of vandalism in the tune of at least $30,000 dollars worth of damage to the Hampton Roads Soccer Complex.
The Norfolk Department of Public Health has lifted the swim advisories for the sites: North Community Beach and 10th View.
ALDI wants to build a new grocery store, the city’s planning department approved it, but some residents are against the plan.
A lawsuit has now been filed on behalf of a Yorktown woman and a man from Maryland who visited a Tropical Smoothie in Northern Virginia.
The Navy has been working on the restoration of seven sites at SJCA since 1980, and now they say they’ve completed the project.
Police are investigating the death of a woman in the 100 block of Misty Cove.
Firefighters responded to a residential fire in the 2600 block of North Armistead Avenue.
Linwood Taylor received a sentence of 21 years in prison for charges related to heroin distribution.
A University of Pittsburgh student trying to impress a woman by leaping from one rooftop to another fell into a narrow gap.
A man has been taken into custody in connection with homicide that occurred over the weekend.
The longtime CNN anchor has a strong connection to Hampton Roads police stemming from events in January.
We welcomed the Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center as our studio audience today.
At just 23-years-old, Elizabeth Williams has been around the world playing basketball.
The World Wide Web has transformed virtually everything, from the way that we work, to the way that we shop and entertain ourselves.
Chris Reckling got the chance to talk with the host of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” about man’s best friend.
Devonte Johnson was sentenced to seven years in prison, with five years suspended.