The story of a local Sailor shot by a Norfolk officer has taken many turns, over the last 3 months. Now the Sailor is telling her side of th…
A vehicle crash Friday caused a power outage at Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads.
WAVY-TV 10 wishes you and your family a happy Thanksgiving.
There were major traffic delays on Interstate 64 East at Bay Avenue, after a vehicle crash Friday afternoon.
Deputies report thefts in the 12000 block of White House Road, 12000 block of Comet Road and the 11000 block of Stallings Creek Road, police…
The Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office determined an officer was justified in his deadly use of force the night of May 30.
Residents of a Norfolk neighborhood are speaking out against a neighbor after he flew a Nazi flag outside his home in Ghent.
Families in war-torn Afghanistan were given a rare reprieve with the opening of the country’s first amusement park in October.
Police are looking for a man they say handed a clerk a note indicating he had a handgun and demanding cash from a Cash Advance in Newport Ne…
A second child in North Carolina has died as a result of the flu, according to The Department of Health and Human Services.
The association asked Booker T. Washington for a ‘quick and just’ decision on the matter.
All lanes of U.S. 460 have now reopened after officials closed them due to a police-involved crash, Friday morning.
Virginia growers are preparing an abundance of fresh Christmas trees for the holiday season.
Norfolk Police have arrested a man in connection to an assault where three Old Dominion University students were injured earlier this month.
There’s no better way to give back than at the Mayflower Marathon this weekend.
Grocery store chain Kroger is getting a push from a group of mothers to ban guns from its stores, including Harris Teeter locations.
Warmer weather is expected to make a comeback in Hampton Roads. Read more on Meteorologist Jerermy Wheeler’s weather blog.
Florida State graduate Myron May seemed to change from a well-liked young attorney to would-be killer in a matter of months.
The keel of the nation’s 14th Virginia-class attack submarine named for Washington state is being laid at Newport News Shipbuilding.
Virginia roads could be a little more crowded this upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation says it is embarking on a $600 million fundraising campaign.