Several schools in North Carolina are being delayed due to fog, Monday morning.
The call came in at 8:12 p.m. from the 400 block of Lavender Lane. Authorities said people were home but no one was hurt.
A Virginia Tech team still searching for consistency on offense was dealt a very untimely blow on Sunday afternoon.
Elizabeth River Crossings cancelled the planned eastbound closure. Single lane closures will continue Sunday night through Thursday from 8 p…
Search parties are looking in remote areas now for the missing UVA sophomore.
Officials say a man who was found next to an overturned canoe Sunday afternoon passed away Tuesday.
The shooting comes amid simmering tension between many community members and the police in Ferguson, where two-thirds of the residents are b…
When Miami police and rescue crews arrived at a club called The Spot around 1 a.m., they said they found chaos among the large throng of adu…
More than seven in 10 Americans say the United States will end up using its own combat troops against ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria.
Norfolk State won its first game of the season by rallying past Morgan State 15-14.
Hampton University lost its MEAC opener to South Carolina State 17-10.
A motorcyclist was killed after he ran into an SUV.
Police in Pennsylvania say a man accused of shooting a bullet through a neighbor’s window told a judge he fired the gun because it was the o…
The Cavaliers improve their record to 3-2 with after a strong second half-showing over winless Kent State.
A solid running game and a strong second half propelled Virginia Tech to its first win in three weeks.
Local stores are throwing a block party to remind customers that the shops in the shopping center at Dominion Blvd. and Cedar Road are still…
An unexpected and unwanted guest interrupted the game between Old Dominion University and Middle Tennessee State.
PotatoStock 2014 was held Saturday in downtown Columbus and featured bands, food trucks, beer vendors and, yes, plenty of potato salad.
Currituck County Communications is no longer experiencing difficulties receiving all emergency landline calls from Knotts Island.
The 25-year-old from Portsmouth will face almost 22 years in prison now – not 26.
Michael Cordell Gray shot the victim in 2012 and was convicted of first degree murder and robbery.