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“Dragon” was rejected by his mother because in the wild he would have a low chance of survival. Only 1% of whitetail fawns are piebalds.
Highs will be in the 70s and there will be some moderate showers in the area.
A man faces charges after investigators say he attacked a Gates County Sheriff, a firefighter and an EMS worker.
A deadline is looming for the annual Clean the Bay Day sponsored by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
A patient being rushed to a hospital died Monday afternoon when the ambulance carrying him crashed on the Eastern Shore.
About 7,500 customers were without power in Norfolk after officials say a transformer went out, Wednesday morning.
10 On Your Side wants answers from the Navy about why firefighters may not be able to attend memorial services for one of their own.
More than an inch of rain fell in less than an hour at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Tuesday, causing problems with flooding.
Virginia Beach police say a missing man has been found safe.
Virginia Beach police say suspects fled from a traffic stop late Tuesday night, but two men were eventually taken into custody.
Portsmouth police are investigating a late-night robbery by an armed suspect.
A couple and their four children are looking for a place to live after a fire at the Columbia Place Condos late Tuesday night.
10 On Your Side is digging deeper into a high number of crime reports in a Suffolk community.
Virginia State Police say the driver lost control and crashed into a tree on I-64, just east of 4th View around 8:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Showers and thunderstorms took off this afternoon! So, are we in for more rain? The answer is YES, but I think the worst of it is over.
Residents of a nursing facility are caught in the fight between the facility’s management company and the Town of Nags Head.
The Help and Emergency Response shelter (H.E.R.) is getting ready to help even more more women in crisis.
A residential fire in the Deep Creek area left a Chesapeake family without a home Tuesday afternoon.