Ray Styrlund has seen 18 presidents take office, and dozens of other teams head to — and win — the World Series.
Seven of the 11 small and full-size pickups tested earned the lowest score of “poor.”
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — New parking meters in the city of Norfolk will accept credit, along with coins and smart cards, the city announced Mo…
The Navy says this move is part of a strategy to increase their presence in the Pacific Fleet.
The Waterside District is hiring for a number of positions, including managers, kitchen staff, bartenders and security.
Meet the candidates that are running for Virginia’s 4th District House of Representatives seat.
Cleveland will be center stage for the sports universe with a celebration that once seemed inconceivable.
A Major League all-star, “The Rocket,” one of the greatest point guards of all time, and a former mayor highlight this year’s class of the H…
The mother and another relative of a convicted murderer were both found guilty of obstruction of justice for intimidating witnesses.
Residents who live in at least a dozen units in Swanson Homes are going on three weeks without heat or hot water.
The interstate reopened after about 40 minutes.
Over three years, the college has received more than $457,000 for this program.
This is the 18th year the mall has shut down for the holiday.
Time says 17-year-old Gavin Grimm has become a poster child for LGBT rights.
While you can write in your mom, or your favorite movie star, unless they’ve filed the paperwork in Virginia, your vote for them will not co…
Premiums will go up sharply next year under President Obama’s health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer.
During a 60-day public comment period, 5,795 people commented. 5,210 were in support of the amendments, while 585 were opposed.
Crews found asbestos in the apartment complex while fixing storm damage — and now some residents can’t retrieve their belongings.
“We are seeing so many instances where people resort to weapons to solve their differences,” Newport News Assistant Police Chief Stacy Kelly…
How do you get the money and where does it go?
Congressman Randy Forbes was among those who attended Tuesday’s council meeting in support of the resolution.
There is still no clear answer yet on who will ultimately pay for the damage.
A Chesapeake woman says hundreds of people have been trying to reach out to former VCU star Briante Weber and wish him continued success as …
Police say Brian Alexander Hicks, 55, was armed with a .45-caliber handgun when he entered the store on the morning of April 17.
Newport News police dispatch confirms they received a call around 2:30 p.m. Monday about the accident.
Medics took one person to the hospital with leg injuries.
The accident happened just after 3 p.m. and police and fire responded.
One of the victims had a life-threatening injury. The other victim is expected to be OK.
Authorities are still investigating the cause of the accident.
Residents say they’re getting calls from someone who says they’ve missed jury duty and will be arrested if they don’t pay money.