Target’s website went down during Cyber Monday shopping Monday morning. The retail giant attributed it to high traffic.
Dispatchers say that the owner of the vehicle was inside the store when the fire started.
Witnesses reported seeing shots fired from a white Kia, according to State Police.
The two suspects attempted to buy merchandise with two 100 dollar bills, which the store clerk recognized as fake.
The company expects this Cyber Monday to be its busiest shopping holiday ever.
With more and more people going to their desktop or tablet to make a purchase, it’s important to keep personal information safe and secure.
The National Retail Federation says Cyber Monday is becoming more and more popular as people prefer to avoid the crowds in stores.
The U.S. Embassy in the Afghanistan province of Kabul has issued a warning about a possible attack.
The Redskins snapped their 5-game losing streak against the Giants and maintained their solid home play.
58-year-old Thomas Chidester was driving the bus. He’s been charged with reckless driving.
As thousands wrap up the holiday weekend and head out of Hampton Roads, it’s always a busy time at the airport and on the interstates.
The 17-time all-star told the Players Tribune that we will retire at the end of the season.
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the two civilians who were killed in Friday’s shooting.
The Hokies have hired Memphis’ Justin Fuente to be the next football coach.
After four straight losing seasons, the Mike London era is officially over in Charlottesville.
10 On Your Side is working to learn more about an active police pursuit in the Churchland West neighborhood Sunday morning.