Portsmouth police are investigating why it took 11 days for a detective to be assigned to the May disappearance of Katie Barham.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Elizabeth River Project are looking for volunteer oyster gardeners.
Police are searching for two men accused of breaking into a home in Norfolk and fleeing with the homeowner’s belongings and vehicle.
Investigators say the Hyundai Sonata veered off the roadway and came to rest in the woods. The male driver was pinned and had to be extricat…
The temperatures will rise to the upper 80s with low 90s inland. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
The car was seen near the Newtown Road exit on eastbound I-64, near the I-264 interchange, around 8 a.m.
A school bus, an SUV and a pickup truck crashed near the 2900 block of Shore Drive, around 7 a.m.
A semitrailer carrying 2,200 piglets has overturned on an Ohio highway.
A police pursuit ended in a crash early Tuesday morning near the intersection of 27th Street and Church Street.
Local Coast Guard crews airlifted a sick man to Norfolk Monday from a cruise ship off the coast of the Eastern Shore.
Gates County Sheriff Edward Webb won’t be back to work for several weeks, after his leg was broken during an arrest last week.
A guilty plea was entered Monday in the case of a Virginia Beach woman accused of stealing packages from front porches.
The United States Women’s National Team kicked off the Women’s World Cup strong with a 3-1 opener win against Australia Monday.
The Washington Redskins will host both the Houson Texans and the HBO Hard Knocks production crew for training camp this year.
Monday morning, employees with the Peninsula Health District gathered water samples at two popular beaches along the James River.
While the building itself is structurally sound, Paul Smith said everything inside the restaurant will have to be replaced.
Repair work was completed Monday on the Bonner Bridge, a section of N.C. 12 that runs across the Oregon Inlet in Dare County.
A Newport News father claims the city’s school system isn’t doing enough to prevent his 2nd-grade daughter from being bullied.
A large awning along a strip of businesses on Botetourt St. in Norfolk fell to the ground on June 8, 2015.