A woman suffering from a gunshot wound showed up at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital Wednesday morning.
HAMPTON (WAVY) – The question is all too prevalent around Hampton these days…when will racing resume at Langley Speedway? Some are even wond…
A local veteran says the Hampton VA Medical Center sent him the medical records of three other patients by mistake.
Columbus police said Officer Steven M. Smith died late Tuesday afternoon, surrounded by his family. He was 54 years old.
Police are on the scene of an armed robbery of the Tinee Giant in the 7100 block of Sewells Point Road.
Police are looking for 24-year-old Aaron Michael Jennings.
Police are on the scene of an armed robbery of a convenience store located in the 2500 block of East Little Creek Road.
City leaders met Tuesday to discuss the funding gap for the $80 million dollar Hyatt Oceanfront project.
Police are on the scene of a four vehicle accident, including one Virginia Beach Police Officer, at the intersection of Independence Bouleva…
A group concerned about race relations in Portsmouth held a “Love Walk” to city hall.
The water in Flint, Michigan is still not safe to drink.
An Antioch market was robbed of over $330,000 in jewelry and cash early Tuesday morning.
The proposed budget includes $30 million in neighborhood improvements as well as new job opportunities and free wi-fi.
Odessa police say they have found a suspect captured on surveillance video stealing a ring from a deceased woman at a funeral home.
A recent post to social media is stirring controversy at Old Dominion University,
The suspect stole pairs of sunglasses from the Sunglass Hut in the 700 block of Lynnhaven Parkway.
Gov. Pat McCrory announced Tuesday he has signed an executive order that expands the state’s employment policy to cover sexual orientation a…
Indiana Hoosiers junior Troy Williams who is from Hampton is entering the NBA draft, but he’s not hiring an agent.
Police are investigating an armed robbery of Bayview Pharmacy located in the 700 block of East Little Creek Road.
Redskins running back Silas Redd has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL for violating the league’s policy for substances of abuse.