The state has compiled a resource guide for families of missing Virginians.
A three-vehicle chain-reaction crash resulted in one vehicle hitting a tree and catching fire on Indian River Road Thursday morning.
A four-car crash on Route 32 and Route 17 has resulted in multiple injuries and a fatality Thursday morning, authorities say.
LinkedIn said Wednesday that a 2012 breach resulted in more than 100 million of its users’ passwords being compromised.
A co-worker, a bystander and firefighters rescued a plumber after a trench collapsed in Indianapolis and buried him Wednesday afternoon.
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A train collided with a Mercedes-Benz SUV in downtown Suffolk early Thursday morning.
A multi-vehicle crash with an overturned car on Interstate 264 near Frederick Boulevard caused major delays Thursday morning.
The driver and passengers in the SUV ran from the scene following the crash. Police are still searching for the driver.
The military is holding a special event Thursday to mark the 50th Anniversary of the War in Vietnam.
The apartment complex is set to be demolished and redeveloped, current residents say moving out has not been an easy process.
During a public hearing Wednesday, the majority of speakers said they don’t want the names of two schools to change.
An EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew on board crashed in the Mediterranean Sea off the Greek island of Crete.
Norfolk State gets ready for the MEAC Tournament with a trip to the NCAA Tournament on the line.
The bill, approved 277-147, must be reconciled with a version the Senate is expected to consider by month’s end.
A German shepherd that defended a girl from a rattlesnake is getting an award for his heroics.
When the Mercedes-Benz Stadium opens in 2017, the price of hot dogs and soda will be the lowest in the NFL.
The school system has released a list of new grading guidelines for secondary schools.
A jury heard opening statements Wednesday in a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Virginia Wesleyan College.
Fewer students would receive free and reduced-price meals at school under legislation that Republicans pushed through a House committee.