The new play, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” will be published as a book on July 31.
A Newport News child left in the care of a North Dakota man reportedly received significant burns in September of 2014.
Officials say the woman used the stolen money make improvements to her home.
Take this as a sort of warning, if you try to steal from a photo booth, it’s probably going to take your picture.
The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday unanimously passed a bill to prohibit local governments from regulating unmanned aircraft.
Donald Trump won the New Hampshire Primary despite criticism from members and supports of the GOP.
Norfolk Dispatch says southbound lanes of Tidewater Drive are closed in that area.
Footage shows what the U.S. Navy identifies as the Iranian drone that flew over the USS Harry S. Truman.
Under the settlement agreement, BAE is expected to pay employees who worked for the company more than $3 million.
Kmart parent company Sears Holdings is closing the stores are part of an on-going effort to reduce expenses.
A bill would allow people who are protected by a protective order to carry a hidden handgun without getting a permit.
Drug testing of North Carolina welfare recipients and applicants is finally happening at social service offices.
One of the greatest players in ACC history, now an ODU assistant, says he’s “never had a stretch” like the one Trey Freeman is on right now.
The Cavaliers avenged their early-season loss to Virginia Tech with an emphatic home win over the Hokies.
Crews were called to a two-story home in the 700 Block of Darden Drive, around 10 p.m.
Some parents feel that their opinions are not being heard as the public school division seeks to revamp its grading procedures.