Christmas came early for a Navy family in Norfolk. A dad who was sent to Japan almost two years ago came home to surprise his sons at school…
They provided images and video exclusively to WAVY News that they said shows a man before and after committing a crime.
The thieves were able to gain access to a local woman’s credit card information while she still had the card in her possession, Isle of Wigh…
Along Richmond Crescent, homes have been raised several feet higher thanks to federal funds.
Sen. Tim Kaine toured a neighborhood in Norfolk where some homes have been raised to due flooding.
Devin Sykes will serve 3 years for committing a felony with a firearm and one and a half years for robbery, which was reduced from 10.
17-year-old Joan Schoppaul’s body was found behind a dumpster in Virginia Beach on December 5, 1990.
Police have charged the suspect of a Thursday vehicle pursuit with two counts of attempted capital murder, among a list of other offenses.
Robert Suhay traveled the longest single-handed distance in a dinghy by a male in early July, according to the Guinness Book of World Record…
Norfolk detectives have identified the driver of a blue Jeep who led officers on a vehicle pursuit and caused two crashes Thursday.
Virginia is taking additional steps to make it easier for convicted felons to regain their voting rights.
Hampton police are investigating a series of burglaries at city schools, and they need the public’s help identifying suspects.
Chef Bob Hirasawa from Farm Fresh makes X-mas breakfast.
Make Mario a part of your family! Contact the Suffolk Animal Shelter at 514-7855.
Amy Volk stopped by the Hampton Roads Show to help you organize your closets.
Skin Renaiisance discuss treatments for ethnic skin types.
Meet NNPD K-9 Lacey and Officer Wright in this week’s edition of I Am Hampton Roads.
Our live audience on Thursday was from the Urban League of Hampton Roads Young Professionals and Men For Hope.
Virginia Beach police charged one of former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s sons with driving under the influence early Thursday morning.
Attorney Paul Hernandez from Kalfus and Nachman gives helpful advice on how to avoid holiday scams.
Remembering those who made a mark and left us in 2014