School officials are investigating if Principal Ernest Cooley said something inappropriate or questionable to students.
Hampton City Schools sent out a notice saying that they confiscated a gun from a student at Kecoughtan High School.
One person was seriously injured Wednesday afternoon in a multi-vehicle accident on Route 198 at Freeport Road.
A Norfolk judge on Wednesday denied all motions filed in the corruption case of former City Treasurer Anthony Burfoot.
Watch a musical production at Wells Theatre, gear up for some epic ice skating and experience culture from around the world!
Williamsburg police say they are looking to identify a person of interest in a robbery that happened at a hotel on Tuesday.
Counting Kindness focused on follow up. Several big philanthropic events took place last weekend here in Hampton Roads.
Spring semester is about to begin at Bryant & Stratton College,
Take care of all those sensitive documents at the BayPort Credit Union Shred Event.
Grilled Cheese Day with Chef Chris Hill.
Participate in upcoming Gala and Auction to help kids SMILE.
Several pets were rescued from a house fire in Portsmouth on Wednesday.
The apartments were evacuated, but residents have since been allowed back into their homes.
Police were called to the 1400 block of W. 26th Street in Norfolk Wednesday morning for a report of a man with a weapon.
Norfolk’s newest attraction is hosting an open job fair this Friday for 100 new jobs.
More big name guest stars are joining the cast this season, and Morocco Omari will dish you on all the details.
The suspect of an early morning police chase is in custody after crashing a car into the metal fence of a church in Norfolk.
Chris Jennings and other Virginia Tech alumni are determined not to forget those who died in the 2007 shooting.
A bill filed by three Republican lawmakers looks to ban gay marriage in North Carolina.
The community center’s executive director, Jeff Dannick, says it was particularly painful that the vandalism occurred during Passover.
The university has set a goal of 1,868 donors for this year’s Day of Giving.
During the daily White House briefing, Spicer told reporters that Adolf Hitler “didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.”
The university’s goal is to choose a new leader by the winter or spring of 2018. Taylor Reveley will retire the following June.
“No one should ever be mistreated this way,” said Munoz, who also pledged to conduct a wide-ranging review of company policies.
This year’s “Cabinet on the Road” takes place this week in the Hampton Roads area.
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Old Dominion, William & Mary and Norfolk State will all hold their annual Spring football games on Saturday afternoon, and all three are sti…
Firefighters were called to the City Landfill and Resource Recovery Center around 6 p.m.
The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspicious person after a teenager was reportedly followed.