Noting their heart-wrenching wait for answers, the parents of a missing University of Virginia student appealed Saturday for whoever is resp…
The parade stopped just shy of an hour in.
State police responded to a single-vehicle crash Friday night in York County, which resulted in the death of a shoplifting suspect.
The Washington Redskins have filed a motion defending the team’s federal lawsuit against a group of Native Americans over trademark protecti…
This week’s edition showcases all three phases; offense, defense and special teams, and yes, even the concession stands.
Photos from high school football games in Hampton Roads, Va. on Oct. 3, 2014.
The Navy says the command master chief of the guided missile destroyer USS Stout has been relieved of his duties.
WAVY Sports Director Bruce Rader presents Friday Night Flights with co-host Tiffany Savona.
VDOT has scheduled lane and ramp closures on segments of I-264 and I-64 this coming week and weekend.
A new memorial in Texas honors the Norfolk Sailor who was gunned down while protecting his ship.
It’s week five of the Old Dominion Football Show with Bruce Rader and Coach Bobby Wilder.
Newport News shipyard workers put the anchor from the decommissioned USS Enterprise aircraft carrier on the USS Abraham Lincoln.
People looking for a job in manufacturing got a shot at their dreams Friday at ECPI’s Virginia Beach job expo.
Norfolk police confirm a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle Friday night.
A pedestrian is in a local hospital Friday night, after police say he was hit by a vehicle.
The Band of the Week for October 3, 2014 is Smithfield High School.
In December 1975, after recording a television show on sexual assault, Rosemary Trible was raped in a hotel room.
10 On Your Side is hearing from veterans in Hampton Roads who are affected by a major decision regarding a troubled education company.
Portsmouth police a man accidentally shot himself in the hand while driving Friday evening.
Just before 11:30 p.m., the suspect approached the car with an “Aircraft maintenance” shirt on, according to officers.
Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne admits he’s impressed with the timetable for such a massive project.