Governor Terry McAuliffe signed three bills Tuesday that will care for our veterans.
Hampton crews battled heavy flames and smoke at a house fire on Lexington Street Tuesday night.
Sen. Tim Kaine is co-sponsoring legislation that would put tighter restrictions on the VA when it comes to prescribing pain killers.
The kindness of strangers led to fraud charges against the mother of a child allegedly murdered by her father.
A Severe Thunderstorm WATCH is in effect for areas in the Norther Neck and Eastern Shore, but other areas could see storms, too.
It is time for Hampton Roads to ‘step up its game’ as the sea level continues to rise and the land continues to sink, according to experts.
Playground equipment can actually pose a health safety risk and cause severe burns on hot, sunny days.
In a rare interview, the local director of the federal agency that investigates workplace discrimination claims spoke to 10 On Your Side.
Shuddle is among a crop of California services providing rides to eight- to 16-year-old kids who need to get to school, a sporting event or …
The second deputy clerk to claim discrimination at Newport News Circuit Court detailed his reasons with 10 On Your Side.
Norfolk police say a four-vehicle crash involving two tractor trailers is causing traffic delays in both directions on Northampton Blvd.
More than a third of Americans are considered obese, so we may all know someone who may be struggling to get to a healthy weight, and it’s a…
Some of the best advice you’ll get from your elders is to treasure each memory.
Jermaine Boothe and Nisa Burns Cochran from Stratford University made a light summer dish.
Dick Van Patten, 86, the genial comic actor best known as the patriarch of TV’s “Eight is Enough,” has died.
A smile goes a long way for this Virginia Beach Public School crossing guard.
Honoring those who are making a difference.
Police say the man was captured on surveillance images breaking into a vending machine at a car wash located in the 1500 block of Sam’s Circ…
Chris Slade pled guilty to one count of malicious wounding and one count of malicious wounding while part of a mob.
The genial comic actor best known as the patriarch of TV’s “Eight is Enough,” has died, according to his publicist Daniel Bernstein.
Police accuse 46-year-old Jerry Michael Jenkins Sr. and his son, 25-year-old Jerry Michael Jenkins Jr., in four recent robberies.