An ODU defense that couldn’t contain some FCS offenses is now charged with the task of standing up to FBS competition.
Brewer, the touted transfer from Texas Tech, had to beat out a redshirt senior to earn the starting nod.
Three businessmen who own a number of car washes on the Southside are working together to find the man who vandalized their businesses.
Officers responded to a call for shots fired in Portsmouth Saturday night, blocking a number of roads in the Deep Creek area.
An argument between two groups of men outside a Newport News hookah lounge early Saturday morning ended in gunfire and left two men wounded.
ODU gets ready for its first season in FBS.
Next Saturday, William & Mary opens its season on the road against Virginia Tech.
Extended bridge lifts are planned for next week at the Gilmerton Bridge.
U.S. Highway 460 east and west will close Sunday for emergency road work.
VDOT is closing some lanes and ramps on I-264 and I-64 this weekend and into next week, during pavement refurbishment work.
Virginia Beach detectives area asking for the public’s help identifying two men suspected of shoplifting an expensive hearing aid.
A Hampton festival was cancelled one week before the event, and the event organizer says the city is to blame.
The owner of a pack of pit bulls in Norfolk is facing charges after the dogs attacked three people this week.
Officers in Chesapeake took four people into custody Friday afternoon after a brief police pursuit.
A Norfolk teen turned to 10 On Your Side when her mother’s service dog disappeared Thursday night.
The Old Dominion football team gears up for its first season in Conference USA.
Crews have started a necropsy at Craney Island on the whale that died Thursday in St. Julien’s Creek.
Health department officials want to warn you about a rabid bat found in James City County this week.
The Port of Los Angeles is welcoming an unusual visitor – a 60-foot-tall rubber duck sailed into port Wednesday to kick off the Tall Ships F…
With the help of DNA evidence, Virginia Beach Police arrested two men in connection with a sexual assault that happened in 1986.
APPA Fine Foods is recalling almost 100,000 pounds of salad kits because of possible Listeria contamination, according to the U.S. Departmen…