A short week leads to another weekend! See what’s going on in your area
Traffic will be detoured to the I-264 Downtown Tunnel as an alternate route.
ADP, a payroll and human resources company, is hosting job fairs for their new office in Downtown Norfolk.
Water sampling and testing revealed that bacteria levels at these sites exceeded state water quality standards.
The victim was transported to a local hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
A female juvenile has been charged with threats to bomb at the Grafton School Complex.
Party with pirates this weekend in Downtown Hampton.
St. Mary’s decided back in 2006 to make prom possible for teens in their care who would normally attend a junior or senior prom.
Police are speaking with one juvenile and two adults in connection to the incident.
A 3-year-old Maui boy has officially joined the ranks of the New York City Fire Department.
Two men were dead in an office, and authorities found a gun and what might be a suicide note.
Police are searching for two people who stole from a Chesapeake Target store earlier this month.
The child does not appear to have life-threatening injuries, but was flown out as a precaution.
A female cab driver was robbed at gunpoint by a passenger on Memorial Day.
Around 7,000 sailors from the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group departed from Naval Station Norfolk on Wednesday, June 1.
A Newport News man is facing charges after police arrested him for exposing himself at the scene of a crash last week.
A Dare County teen drowned at Lake Gaston over the weekend, authorities tell WAVY.com.
A baby born to a mother with the Zika virus at a New Jersey hospital appears to be affected by the disease.
U.N. children’s fund issued a stark warning to Iraqi troops and Islamic State militants in the battle for Fallujah to spare the children.
Estimates show that NSU has received more than 6,000 applications from first-time freshman.