Hurricane Irma plowed into the mostly emptied-out Florida Keys early Sunday for the start of what could be a slow, ruinous march up the stat…
A driver has been charged after five people were injured early Sunday morning in a head-on collision.
The driver of the tractor-trailer was uninjured.
After a week away from home and an 18-hour drive, the Hampton Roads Incident Management Team returned to Chesapeake Saturday.
Martin Truex Jr. led the most laps and needed just a few more laps for a win. Instead it was Kyle Larson celebrating a short-track win.
The Monarch defense sacked UMass quarterback Andrew Ford a school record eight times.
Mckee used his legs and his arm to lead the Tribe to their first win of the season.
Jackson threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns, while Greg Stroman returned a punt 61 yards for a touchdown.
Virginia missed on a number of early opportunities, while the Hoosiers’ backup quarterback shredded the Cavalier defense.
According to Chesapeake Police spokesperson Kelly Elliott, an adult female driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
Virginia Beach Police are investigating after a teenage boy and a woman were shot Saturday evening.
No smoke detectors were present in the apartment, according to Battalion Chief Joe Mulligan.
Norfolk Police say a young man drowned in Ocean View Saturday evening.
Two teenage boys are in the hospital following a shooting in the 700 block of 34th Street Saturday evening.
Hurricane Irma’s leading edge whipped palm trees and kicked up the surf as it spun toward Florida with 125 mph winds Saturday.
The breach is unquestionably serious.
Teams typically consist of 35 people including physicians, nurses, medical technicians, and ancillary support personnel.
One lane on 64 eastbound before Ft. Eustis Boulevard is open.
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Police were responding to the home for a report of a domestic disturbance.
According to police dispatch, it happened on the 5700 block of Amberbrook Arch just after 12:30 Saturday morning.
We highlight a few undefeated matchups, and honor our friend Steve Decker on the season premier.
Edna M. Randall was found safe, Portsmouth police say.
A grand jury has charged Kimberly Ann Ward with four felony counts of misusing her agency credit card.
The Virginia Beach Fallen Heroes are raising money for the American Red Cross disaster relief fund.
The King’s Fork marching band is this week’s Friday Night Flights band of the week.
Photos from the high school football games featured in the Sept. 8, 2017 episode of Friday Night Flights.
Though Irma is expected to have minimal impact on Dominion Energy customers, the company says it’s monitoring the storm to stay prepared.