Two juveniles suspected of breaking into cars led police on a car chase early Thursday morning.
There’s a big career fair in at Fort Eustis Thursday to help current and former military members get jobs in the civilian world.
Parents, teachers, employees met at Kellam High School and gave input on recommendations a grading committee has made.
Hampton alumni gathered in Raleigh Wednesday night with high hopes of becoming the first 16 seed in NCAA history to upset a number one seed.
The resolution lays out what the city must do to secure $155 million in state funding for the project.
The suspect from a Thanksgiving homicide has been arrested, according to the U.S Marshall’s Office.
The new vehicle can transport four people instead of two and includes two research stations, extra lighting and more storage.
The city of Suffolk has voted to change a current law and regulate panhandling.
The season ends for the Norfolk State basketball team in New York City.
Hampton University hopes to shock the world when it plays top seed Virginia in the NCAA Tournament.
Frank Sinatra Jr., who carried on his famous father’s legacy with his own music career, has died. He was 72.
Conference USA continues to try and gain respect in men’s college basketball.
An indictment shows several Franciscan Friars accused of being child predators worked in the Commonwealth.
Police say the car hit a house on Stalham Road and Scotia Drive, Wednesday evening.
A man paying for his crime was released from jail weeks ahead of schedule — and it has us asking how that could have happened.
The bill, known as the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act or CARA of 2015, was approved in a 94 to 1 vote in the Senate.
Two teenagers are behind bars for allegedly killing 23-year-old Aaron Hunter last Friday.
The changes include an innovative media new workshop in the library basement, with 3-D printers and other cool tools.
Raymond Wyche was sentenced to 51 months in prison for 8 armed robberies dating back to 2014.
Tim Gibson, a Virginia Beach resident, called 10 on Your Side after receiving several toll bills from Elizabeth River Crossings.