North Carolina residents unhappy with announcements by their two U.S. senators that they’ll oppose the nomination of Greensboro native Loret…
North Carolina officials are reporting whether the state’s employers continued responding to an improving economy by hiring more workers.
Congress is talking about taxes, road building and efficient transportation and wants to hear from North Carolina’s governor.
Some 900,000 Virginians participated in the annual statewide tornado drill Tuesday morning.
Hampton police tells WAVY.com the vehicle drove into a structure in the 1900 block of Kecoughtan Road, around 9:30 p.m.
Norfolk police confirm a man was shot during a confrontation with an officer late Monday night.
Rather than feel sorry for themselves, the Monarchs are thrilled to still be playing basketball in the National Invitational Tournament.
Virginia will need its best player if it hopes to make a deep run in the NCAA Tournament.
Even Hampton’s head coach couldn’t help but chuckle when he saw who his team could face.
A construction material recycling business in the Bowers Hill area sustained minor damage during a commercial fire Monday night.
Portsmouth detectives are hoping someone can identify the suspects of a burglary who were caught in the act on surveillance video.
Norfolk police confirm the man shot during a confrontation with an officer late Monday night has been charged.
Safety Jeron Johnson has signed with the Washington Redskins after four seasons as a backup with the Seattle Seahawks.
The Hampton branch of the NAACP is expressing concerns over Hampton City Schools’ proposed budget for next school year.
Suffolk police say Nightingale was called to a vehicle crash involving life-threatening injuries Monday night.
Police dispatchers in Hampton confirm a shooting Monday night.
Cybersecurity experts are on alert after a third local website was hacked into since January.
Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne stopped by WAVY-TV recently and talked about transportation issues in Hampton Roads.
Steel girder placement for the MLK Extension Project in Portsmouth is complete.