A 2-year-old was fatally shot Wednesday night on the northwest side of Indianapolis, according to IMPD.
Chyna, the WWE star who in the 1990s became one of the best-known and most-popular female professional wrestlers in history, has died.
Volkswagen is reportedly buying back nearly 600,000 diesel cars that cheat on emissions tests.
A fire in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia has burned through more than 5,600 acres.
The Olympic flame has been kindled at the birthplace of the ancient games in Greece, heralding the start of a 15-week journey.
There’s a big job fair at the Slover Library in downtown Norfolk Thursday.
A mom has been charged with child abuse and involuntary manslaughter after her toddler son drowned in a pond.
“The King”, Richard Petty will be in Smithfield on Thursday and you are invited to join in the NASCAR fun.
13 new deputies were sworn into the sheriff’s office during the 37th Basic Academy graduation on Wednesday.
The fund will provide low cast loans to property owners experiencing flood damage, and allow sea level rise to be taken into account.
A man claims the two officers assaulted him following an arrest, and a magistrate found probable cause.
Police are investigating a strong armed robbery of the 7-Eleven in the 1100 block of Portsmouth Boulevard, Wednesday night.
Even with his first career late model win, Brenden Queen came back home to Chesapeake feeling a little disappointed.
The General Assembly approved a proposal that will allow the state to obtain execution drugs from pharmacies whose identities will remain se…
A local child cancer patient is racing Andy Fox to see you can raise the most money for cancer research.
King’s Fork has named 26-year-old Scottie Littles as the next head football coach of the Bulldogs.
A Hampton Roads Transit bus driver is recovering after he says a passenger attacked him early Wednesday morning.
The National Weather Service has issued an Air Quality Alert because of a swamp fire that is burning in Hyde County.
The three candidates in the Norfolk mayoral race, voice their opinions on the recent crime in the city.
Wayne Ringer died from a gunshot wound in the 2000 block of Meadow Lake Court, police do not consider it suspicious.