Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine has drawn up legislation to authorize U.S. military force against Islamic extremists that would strictly limit the…
The nation’s top military leader told Congress on Tuesday he would recommend that the United States consider deploying ground forces to Iraq…
Sam Murphy returned from Germany on Tuesday to a cheering crowd after being stuck overseas, due to an injury.
There was a warm welcome home Tuesday night for a Virginia Beach student who suffered a severe injury overseas.
On Wednesday, a captain with the Waverly Police Department will face a judge.
Maury football player Derek Wilder is excited to play for his father at Old Dominion.
Norfolk is moving forward with a plan to buy property that includes a vacant department store at Military Circle Mall.
A private tennis coach was indicted Tuesday for sex crimes with a minor.
A local tax preparer pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft on Tuesday.
ODU police have issued a search warrant to Facebook to find out if a confession on social media about drugging someone is true.
The Virginia Port Authority wants to extend the hours tractor-trailers can drive on Hampton Blvd.
The fight over truck traffic on Hampton Boulevard continued Tuesday night in Norfolk.
A settlement was reached Tuesday between the former head of the Norfolk Community Services Board and four former board managers.
Police in Newport News confirmed a shooting in the north end of the city Tuesday night.
Virginia State Police said a man died Tuesday night after a paragliding accident in Chesapeake.
It’s a problem everywhere, and now Hampton Roads’ largest city is taking a new step toward understanding and preventing domestic violence.
Newport News police say a new twist in a nationwide IRS telephone scam targeted a local woman Monday night.
The Portsmouth Police Department’s Major Crimes Unit is investigating a pharmacy robbery Monday afternoon.
The much-anticipated Nimmo Parkway extension will bring much-needed relief to traffic congestion in areas of Virginia Beach.
Detectives need the public’s help in a credit card fraud investigation.
Hundreds of people in Hampton Roads are learning life-saving CPR skills this week, thanks to the American Heart Association.