Norfolk Police announced Friday they have made a third arrest in a homicide on Jason Avenue.
Police arrested 28-year-old Benjamin Lewis for an attempted purse snatching in James City County.
Norfolk police need help identifying two suspects they say were involved in an apartment burglary June 22.
Officers had to rush to help a fellow correctional officer getting choked by an inmate, the James City County Police Department confirms.
Ten people were rescued Thursday after their 22-foot pontoon boat started taking on water off Bald Head Island.
Delicious Cajun chicken, Shoepeg corn salad, and a Bayou burrito prepared by Chef Jeff Brown from Cotton Southern Bistro.
It’s Live Music Friday and we are happy to welcome The Whiskey Jackets to The Hampton Roads Show stage.
Comedian Josh Blue stopped by The Hampton Roads Show Friday.
Miss Mimi from MyTopMatchmaker.com shared her top five dating tips.
Chris Reckling joined us from the Farm Fresh on Coliseum Drive in Hampton, where he was working hard to “Stuff the Bus!”
Another fire sparked Friday at a Chesapeake home where an elderly man was rescued this week.
Governor Terry McAuliffe visited the Eastern Shore Friday to tour the Cherrystone Campground where a deadly EF-1 tornado touched down.
Our live audience Friday was from Parents Against Bullying Virginia, talking about their “Bullied but Unashamed” fundraiser event.
A Newport News mother is facing neglect charges after her children were found alone in a parked car.
Police are looking for a driver who they say backed into another vehicle in Chesapeake, inspected the damage and then left.
After an eventful start to training camp, the Redskins started day two with almost fall-like conditions.
Donations poured into a Northampton County shelter Thursday after people were forced by weather out of their homes and camp sites.
A Newport News business was condemned after an early morning fire Friday. Investigators now say the incident was an act of arson.
Governor McAuliffe visited the Eastern Shore Friday to tour Cherrystone Campground where a tornado touched down Thursday.
Yesterday, there was a confirmed tornado on the Eastern Shore. It was rated an EF-1 tornado with estimated winds between 80 and 100 mph.
Witnesses are sharing their stories of survival after devastating weather hit the Eastern Shore.