Images from Chopper 10 showed a large police presence with SWAT team members at the scene Wednesday afternoon.
Clarence Brown pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and was sentenced to 28 years with 20 years suspended.
Crews used a torch and saws to get the man free. He had been stuck for about 45 minutes.
A death investigation from Wednesday in the 500 block of Lucerne Avenue has been ruled a homicide, according to police on Thursday.
Congressional Republicans accuse the CFPB, a division of the federal government, of spying on 95 percent of all credit and debit card purcha…
The Norfolk Tides announced that they will play the Baltimore Orioles in an exhibition game at Harbor Park on Friday, March 31.
The men left a department store in the 1400 block of Greenbrier Parkway without paying for $650 worth of merchandise.
We’re behind the scenes for a wild ride with the stunt crew.
The project will provide four miles of improvements between the Twin Bridges and the Witchduck Road interchange in Virginia Beach.
A local club went out of their way to help residents of the Swanson Homes neighborhood that suffered from Hurricane Matthew.
Philip Michael Fashion for Men has the perfect look for work and this season’s social events.
Boone pleaded guilty to bribing Burfoot and is testifying as part of a plea deal. He is expected to take the stand Thursday.
Around the clock food drive to help our neighbors here in Hampton Roads.
Full tasty dinner from Berret’s Seafood Restaurant and Taphouse Grill.
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A Minnesota police officer has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in the killing of Philando Castile.
The votes being questioned represent about 60 percent of the votes cast in Durham County in the governor’s race.
A 33-year-old man was killed early Wednesday morning in a single-vehicle crash on Airport Road.
Several agencies are continuing to collect children’s books for schools or libraries in eastern North Carolina damaged by Hurricane Matthew.