A last-minute layup and last-second stand have the Hokies into the second round of the ACC Tournament.
Even though they fell one game shy of making the NCAA tournament, the season is not over yet for the Tribe.
The former chief financial officer has proposed to pay a $55,000 fine.
Suffolk police have found a woman with an acute medical condition who was had been missing since Saturday.
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth accepted a bronze statue on Tuesday, honoring woman who died in the War on Terror.
A tribute to women who help keep the country safe was unveiled in Portsmouth Tuesday.
An agreement has been reached about the future of the historic Talbot Hall property in Norfolk.
The Ferguson City Council on Tuesday evening unanimously approved a resolution to part ways with City Manager John Shaw.
A memorial for a teenager killed in a crash has become the center of controversy in Virginia Beach.
Five Virginia Beach Public Works Department employees have received the Life Saving Award from the city.
At least six Catholic schools will not participate in Ocean View’s St. Patrick’s Day parade because of who is leading it.
A local car wash owner says he’s devastated after someone damaged his business during his busiest sales period of the year.
The American Red Cross is desperate for blood donations after recent winter weather cancelled more than 200 blood drives.
Community leaders are talking about crime in the East End after two fatal shootings within a 24-hour period this week.
A jury says singers Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied a Marvin Gaye song to create “Blurred Lines.”
A woman accused of claiming a lost dog and then trying to sell it on Craigslist pleaded guilty on Monday.
Colonial Williamsburg’s website, history.org, was hacked into over the weekend by a group claiming to be ISIS.
Virginia Beach police confirm a police K-9 bit an 11-year-old boy while the department was searching for a robbery suspect Monday.
Rescue crews responded to a serious two-vehicle crash along Mercury Boulevard at King Street Tuesday, March 10.