A federal judge has approved a $575,000 settlement between the city of Portsmouth and hundreds of current and former police officers who cla…
Virginia Beach’s hotel association has voiced its disapproval of offshore drilling.
The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is drifting toward the U.S. southeastern coast Friday after forming nearly a month be…
Students at Granby High School in Norfolk wore running shorts to school after they say girls were given warnings for them.
There was a peace rally and march at the Wal-Mart in Portsmouth in the wake of several officer-involved shootings.
A hot dog is to blame for a kitchen fire in the 3000 block of Malibu Palms Drive.
For the second time in a week, Suffolk Firefighters responded to a fire at a vacant home in the 300 block of Boat Street.
Newport News Police are asking for the public’s assistance after a woman was shot during a robbery at the Fort Eustis Inn.
A group of Portsmouth residents and the NAACP gathered Thursday for a peace rally, following two recent police-involved deaths.
A group of Granby High students wore running shorts to school, because they felt that girls were being singled out for wearing them.
It’s been another championship season for CNU, with their senior hitter on a historic pace.
The Norfolk Tides helped Virginia’s eldest resident celebrate her 112th birthday in Norfolk on Thursday.
Chesapeake firefighters knocked down flames at a two-story home in the Deep Creek community Thursday night.
10 On Your Side got a sneak peek of the new voting machines that are coming to Virginia Beach.
The National Hurricane Center hasn’t issued any advisories for this coastal storm because the thunderstorm activity was pretty limited.
On Friday, NCDOT crews fixed part of Highway 12 in Kitty Hawk that washed away in last weekend’s storm.
Members of Congress received a stern address from Sen. Tim Kaine on Thursday.
John Wall has five non-displaced fractures in his left wrist and hand, and the All-Star guard’s playing status has not been determined.
After proposing huge budget cuts to Portsmouth Sheriff’s Office, Mayor Wright kicked media out of a follow-up meeting with city officials.