There’s a pounding beat in downtown Norfolk these days, and it’s hurting more than just eardrums.
A space station delivery mission at Wallops Island has been rescheduled for 6:22 p.m. Tuesday.
The suspect in the abduction of a UVa. student will be making an initial court appearance Friday in an unrelated rape case.
Police have charged a driver after they say he drove his tractor-trailer through a farmhouse in Suffolk Monday night.
Construction workers are busy building an Ebola treatment site at a Virginia Beach hospital.
Two people were injured in North Carolina Monday evening, during two shootings that Ahoskie police say may or may not be related.
Nightingale was called to a head-on collision in Suffolk, Monday afternoon.
An ECSU graduate, who fought the electoral process to become a city councilman while a student, announced his resignation.
A Virginia Beach hospital began a renovation last week to build isolation units for any potential inpatients with Ebola.
10 On Your Side has learned what’s next for Virginia roads, now that a federal jury has decided a company’s guardrail design was unsafe.
Police increased patrols at Norview High School, following a fight that led to an alleged assault on a security officer and two teen arrests…
With officers in cruisers and on foot, there was a highly visible Norfolk police presence at Norview High School Monday.
Patient First locations across Hampton Roads are offering free X-ray imaging of candy this Halloween night.
Hampton investigators are trying to figure out who robbed a local pharmacy Sunday evening.
Police are looking for a man accused of taking a money order that did not belong to him.
Police are looking for two men accused of stealing a man’s Lexus in Norfolk.
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“Tales of Hampton: Horror Stories”
Joining us Monday was The Career Engineer Francina Harrison with some horrifying job search pitfalls to run away from NOW!
Police found a body in a wooded area of Virginia Beach, Monday afternoon.
Va. health officials are actively monitoring travelers arriving in the state from the three West African countries affected by Ebola.