Over the past month, the group’s videos have been watched more than 37 million times and received national attention.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, often seen as a moderate among the candidates vying for the Republican presidential nomination, brought his campaign …
A Portsmouth judge ruled Tuesday morning to grant a continuance in the trial of Stephen Rankin.
Victim identified as 28-year-old Edward Brown.
Police say they chased a driver through two cities before he finally stopped.
NCDOT says crews will start preparing to build a new Bonner Bridge today on the Outer Banks.
Registered voters have until 5 p.m. to request an absentee ballot for the March 1 Presidential Primary election.
The road to the state championships in high school basketball began Monday night.
The Republican presidential candidate says he’s unscripted and will continue operating that way, even if it gets him in trouble.
Police are looking for a suspect that robbed the store located in the 17000 block of Warwick Boulevard Monday night.
Click here to check out the photos as Tonya Chapman was sworn in during a ceremony at Portsmouth City Hall Monday morning.
Prosecutors says Margaret Hobbs was driving drunk with two children in the car.
Suffolk Fire Marshall’s Office found discarded road flares near the area of the fires.
This decision was made with the anticipation of a large voter turnout for Tuesday, March 1.
Firefighters put out an apartment fire Monday afternoon in the 3000 block of Sewells Point Road.
A vehicle was on fire at MM 291.5.
The hospital is launching a five-year expansion and modernization project to begin the first quarter of 2016.
The Library of Virginia announced the eight women that are part of the 2016 Virginia Women in History program Monday.
The man suspected of shooting eight people in Michigan, killing six, told police he “took people’s lives,” documents show.
Police say the shoplifting occurred at a Walmart located in the 600 block of Phoenix Drive Monday, January 25.