Jordan is willing to swap an Iraqi woman prisoner involved in a deadly 2005 hotel bombing for a Jordanian pilot captured in December.
Dozens of flights were canceled and delayed at the three major airports in the Washington-Baltimore region as the Northeast recovers from a …
While supported by Virginia’s political establishment, the Obama administration’s decision to open waters off the state’s coast and elsewher…
Virginia’s jobless rate fell to 4.8 percent in December, marking the state’s lowest unemployment rate since October 2008, state and federal …
Check out photos of the New England Patriots players at the annual Media Day in the U.S. Airways Center in Phoenix, AZ.
Portsmouth Police responded to a call for a robbery at the Hess Gas Station in the 3600 block of Airline Boulevard.
Charges are pending against a Kill Devil Hills homeowner after police say the suspect lit the house on fire and illegally shot a handgun.
A disabled Chesapeake man is upset the sidewalk construction along Great Bridge Blvd. has stopped him from reaching businesses.
A Chesapeake man called 10 On Your Side for help because he says he’s lost the ability to get to and from nearby businesses.
Chesapeake police are looking for two fraud suspects. If you could help find them, you might qualify for a reward.
Virginia Beach police are trying to find 38-year-old Tyren Charles Johnson, who they say is probably armed.
Chopper 10 flew above Hampton Roads Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, after an East Coast snow storm touched the area.
Council members voted 5 to 3 Tuesday night to approve a ward system for school board elections.
The search for a missing boater continues into its second day, Tuesday, January 27, 2015.
Hampton Roads recently lost a hero. Patricia Godbolt White, one of the Norfolk 17, passed away on Friday.
Norfolk State University’s president is working to get the school out of probationary status.
The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce wants you to join them on a trip to Cuba.
The Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office wants the public to know it is being falsely identified in a phone scam.
Norfolk is now accepting applications for more than 200 summer jobs and internships designated for students.