A pair of military leaders will be touring the USS Stout and discussing national security today.
A downed tree on the tracks reportedly caused a commuter train to derail in Northern California.
Dispatch told WAVY.com the shooting happened along Deep Creek Boulevard in Portsmouth.
Trooper Sean Cullen died sustaining severe head injuries when he was hit by a vehicle at the scene of an accident.
A gunshot victim was picked up by officers in the 200 block of Bellamy Avenue Monday evening.
The all-new Crescent Square housing community will feature 80 units for dozens of homeless and low-income residents.
More than 100 companies will be in Newport News Wednesday looking to hire thousands of workers.
Playing in the state tournament for the first time in school history, the Tigers aren’t satisfied.
Hampton community members discussed the local economy at Monday night’s NAACP meeting.
Prince William County police said 78-year-old George Coleman walked away from his home Monday night.
The White House says President Obama has approved Virginia’s request for a disaster declaration after January’s snowstorm.
A judge has sentenced a man to eight years behind bars for causing a deadly crash in Suffolk.
Wesley Hadsell will need a new lawyer after a judge granted his attorney’s request to withdraw from his case due to a conflict of interest.
Newport News police say the 7-Eleven in the 900 block of Warwick Avenue was robbed Sunday night.
Investigators said the armed suspect walked into the business in the 1500 block of Sam’s Circle at 8 p.m. and demanded money.
A jury awarded Andrews $55 million Monday in her lawsuit against a stalker who bought a hotel room next to her and secretly recorded her.
Firefighters responded to the home on South Boxwood around 7 p.m.
The sheriff says a local department needs more money, but one city councilman says there’s more to the story.
The VHSL state basketball tournament continued today with semi-final action in both the boys and girls games. Good news and bad news so far …
It could be weeks before investigators charge anyone for dumping up to 500 gallons of paint into a residential area in Chesapeake.