Fisher, known to the world as Princess Leia of “Star Wars,” died Tuesday at 60, four days after falling ill aboard an airline flight.
The Bills have fired coach Rex Ryan ahead of their last game of the season after he failed to lead Buffalo to the playoffs.
The Hampton Roads Show looks back at some of the best feature segments from the show in 2016.
A house in Eastville was destroyed Monday night in a fire. No one was home at the time of the fire.
A fight broke out between eight to ten teens Monday night at the Shoppes at Buckland Hills.
Hailey N. Jacobs is facing two counts of accessory after the fact of murder.
State prosecutors are probing whether the president-elect personally benefited from the foundation’s spending.
There were four clusters of multi-vehicle crashes involving three to seven vehicles along both north and southbound lanes of I-77.
Two juveniles were taken in to police custody Tuesday morning after a car overturned and damaged a fire hydrant.
After walking 26 miles in the snow along a desolate stretch of the Grand Canyon over 36 hours, a Las Vegas woman is now safe.
2016 is the year North Carolina’s identity crisis ran squarely into the national consciousness.
Fights broke out at malls around the country Monday night sending shoppers scrambling for the exits.
Rescue workers on Tuesday found a flight recorder from the Russian plane that crashed into the Black Sea over the weekend.
A witness said he saw a man pull out a gun in the food court area of the Cross Creek Mall in Fayetteville just before 5 p.m.
One of the top contenders for the starting quarterback position in 2017 will reportedly transfer.
One of the top tacklers in UVA history will forgo the NFL draft and return for his final season.
A number of early-season favorites advanced to the winner’s bracket semifinals.
Amanda Zapp and Ryan Bickford went to sleep Christmas night and woke up around 12:30 a.m. to their barking dog, named “Bruce Wayne.”
Employees of Attic Tattoos in Hampton say two men stole money from their tip jar on Christmas Eve.
A heartbroken family and police are trying to track down the driver who troopers say hit a man Christmas Day on I-664 north.
The victim is expected to be OK, according to police dispatchers.
No one was home at the time of the fire; the residents had been out shopping.
Units got to the scene at 6:50 p.m. and found an HVAC unit outside the home in flames. The fire was out by 6:55 p.m.
The home was a total loss and one family pet died in the blaze.
“It was complete chaos,” said witness, Mark Schilling. “The people were just scurrying out of the mall, taking off scared.”
Now that the holiday season is over, businesses are working to determine if this year was better than the last.
Thieves don’t take holidays off, and that would include Christmas.
A vehicle fire briefly shut down the eastbound lanes of Interstate 64 near 4th View Street in Norfolk Monday evening.
What better way to kick off the New Year than by getting some fresh air in the great outdoors?
27-year-old Elizabeth Louise Floyd is now charged with driving under the influence and child endangering.