Two separate crashes affected traffic in Suffolk Tuesday afternoon.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue crews responded to a fire along Minnesota Avenue Tuesday.
Chesapeake native Caine Wilkes seeks a perfect balance between his passion of art and weightlifting.
Comedian Christopher Titus new endeavor is as a game show host and he talked to us about his new show, “Pawnography.”
A procedure to treat excessive sweat issues performed at Pariser Dermatology.
An excavator caught fire at a construction site in Chesapeake Tuesday morning.
President Barack Obama is asking Congress for $3.8 billion to confront the influx of minors from Central America.
A former firefighter previously sentenced for sex crimes involving children in Virginia Beach pleaded guilty in Suffolk Monday.
Chef Chris Hill stops in and delights The Hampton Roads Show kitchen with an amazing feast of Pesto & Steak and Oatmeal Risotto.
A man previously charged with inappropriately touching a teenage boy is now facing additional charges.
A car crashed into a Chesapeake post office Tuesday morning.
Police have taken a man into custody after a barricade situation in Chesapeake during the overnight hours Tuesday.
A Sailor convicted of killing his best friend is getting a new trial.
Two people were arrested after residents gathered outside a fire station to protest what they say was a delayed response to a house fire.
A roller coaster derailed Monday at the Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park, injuring four people and leaving about two dozen stranded.
A Yorktown family called 10 On Your Side because the property next door was literally a growing concern.
Monday was another day of massive clean-up in the Villages of Rodanthe, Waves, and Salvo on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
Norfolk Police have arrested five people in connection with a string of shootings over the weekend that injured 15 people.
For the second time, the lovable mascot of the Norfolk Tides got up close and personal with the outfield wall at Harbor Park.
While Corinthian Colleges is being investigated on multiple fronts, students feel like they’re being left in the dark with a lot at stake.
A number of local communities are losing their neighborhood supermarket.