Stephanie Bard from BayPort Financial talked about how to start saving for retirement.
There’s something wild going on at the Virginia Living Museum. Our live audience joined us to tell us all about DINOS Live!
Chesapeake firefighters responded to a fire at a recycling facility Wednesday morning.
Graco Children’s Products is recalling 1.9 million infant car seats, bowing to demands from U.S. safety regulators.
Newport News Police need help identifying a woman who stole from a Wal-Mart Sunday.
Fun and Games Week continues. Papa John’s helps Aubrey and Chris have a blast with their pizza boxes.
City officials in South Hampton Roads are monitoring conditions and preparing for severe weather as Hurricane Arthur moves closer.
A frightened bear cub got its head stuck in an oversized cookie jar while rummaging through trash and had to be rescued from a tree in NJ.
Besides Arthur there is also a a chance for thunderstorms today and the heat index will be near 100.
Dominion Virginia Power is warning its customers about a scam in which robbers try to gain access to homes by posing as utility workers.
The threat of Hurricane Arthur is causing closures throughout the Outer Banks.
NASA says it will investigate an anomaly detected during the launch of a sounding rocket that prematurely ended its flight.
A Virginia watchdog organization is suing Virginia Beach and Chesapeake for documents they believe will prove government abuse.
The latest forecast track indicates Tropical Storm Arthur could become a category 1 hurricane as early as Thursday afternoon. View blog here…
Many local municipalities have rescheduled their Fourth of July fireworks shows in light of Hurricane Arthur. Click here for a list of updat…
Tuesday a judge swore in Norfolk City Council members, during an Oath of Office Ceremony.
The Navy has its first female four-star admiral.
People in Newport News stopped by and had breakfast Tuesday with the same officers who patrol and protect their neighborhoods.
A mandatory evacuation was issued for Hatteras Island, as many in the Outer Banks keep a close eye on approaching Hurricane Arthur.
More students are claiming a local business disappeared before conducting a medical training course they had already paid for online.
Detectives don’t want a weekend murder to grow cold. So they’re putting out a plea for information.