Attorney General Mark Herring is asking the Justice Department to investigate a regional jail after the deaths of two inmates.
Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint on Sunday, honoring the tiny nun for having taken in society’s most unwanted.
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The music manager who helped introduce N.W.A to the masses has died.
Norfolk police are investigating after a man was shot early Sunday morning.
One person was stomped on. Another person was shot. Both were taken to a local hospital.
Daniel Gordon Anderson allegedly stabbed a man on Smoke Tree Lane, and is now charged with second-degree murder.
Firefighters responded to a house fire in the 100 block of Brook Haven Drive.
Flooding in parts of the downtown area left some truck drivers waiting for hours to unload their trailers.
The Coast Guard rescued three men and a dog after their boat broke down two miles off the Wachapreague Inlet.
Check out the video WAVY Chopper 10 caught of the flooding in Norfolk caused by Tropical Storm Hermine.
The Cavaliers begin their season with their first loss to Richmond in more than half a century.
Jerod Evans threw four touchdowns in his debut as the Hokies starting quarterback.
10 On Your Side was the first to report the near record sound side flooding in South Frisco and Hatteras Village.
State troopers have identified 64-year-old Michael York as the driver that was killed in an accident on the Alligator River Bridge.
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump will hold a campaign event at the Sandler Center on Tuesday.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has lifted the State of Emergency that was issued for 33 counties
A transformer fire has closed the 2000 block of Whaleyville Blvd. in rural Suffolk.
Police have arrested a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run crash that happened at the intersection of Tidewater Drive and Goff Street.
Photos from WAVY viewers Saturday morning showed trees fallen on cars, houses and sheds in areas around Hampton Roads.
Tropical Storm Hermine inundated Hampton Roads and North Carolina with rain, creating flooding that submerged vehicles and property. Sept. 3…
People across Hampton Roads and NC woke up to signs of damage from Tropical Storm Hermine.
Roads and interstates in Hampton Roads and North Carolina have been impacted as Tropical Storm Hermine moves through.
Some Hampton Roads cities opened emergency shelters Saturday morning.
Impacts from Hermine were seen and felt in the early morning hours of Saturday with flooding, outages and damage.
Officials say crews are out currently working to restore power in southeastern Virginia and North Carolina.
Police are investigating a shooting after finding a gunshot victim in a vehicle overnight Saturday.
A tornado touched down in Dare County with reports of property damage and injuries.
A garage was deemed a total loss after it caught fire on Exeter Drive on Friday night.
Photos from the high school football games featured in the September 2 episode of Friday Night Flights.