Tuesday brought a 10 On Your Side success story involving a Norfolk woman with ALS we told you about last week.
Old Dominion gets ready for a two game road trip to Texas this week.
NBC says it is suspending Brian Williams as “Nightly News” anchor and managing editor for six months without pay.
The William & Mary graduate and Emmy-winning host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show is stepping down after 16 years.
Rain is ending across the region, but the wind will stay up overnight, which will help dry out the roads and sidewalks.
Suffolk is canning a technology project that has been in the works for five years and cost the city more than $1 million.
Tests for a person in Virginia suspected of having the measles came back negative Wednesday.
Investigators have charged a man with murder after his alleged victim identified him just hours before death.
Dean Smith and Lefty Driesell go head-to-head in the 1981 ACC Tournament championship game.
Hampton police say an officer was investigating a Wal-Mart shoplifting incident when the pursuit began.
Norfolk’s police chief has equipped 300 officers with body cameras, in an effort to increase public trust and accountability.
The Powerball jackpot has climbed to $485 million, making Wednesday night’s drawing the fifth largest prize in U.S. history.
On Tuesday, following confirmation of her death, her family released a letter Mueller wrote from captivity.
The world’s largest home improvement company is hiring 80,000 associates nationwide, including hundreds of positions across Hampton Roads.
Great ways to treat your valentine to some chocolate indulgence.
Dizziness or vertigo is a common symptom affecting about 30 percent of adults over the age of 65.
Chef Baxter Simmons from Paradise Ocean Club.
Symbols of unbreakable love.
Raising money to help save lives around the world.