One North Carolina couple has donated their tickets to the college basketball final to two men diagnosed with cancer.
One person was killed, and two others were taken to the hospital with serious injuries, after being hit by a large truck Monday, April 4.
A local teenager is taking a stand in the Blue Lives Matter movement in the wake of the slain Virginia State Trooper.
10 On Your Side investigates why a local animal shelter euthanized a dog at the center of a criminal investigation.
A large truck hit a person who was changing a tire on the side of Military Highway Monday morning.
The prosecution objected to the judge’s decision Thursday, and say they plan to file an appeal.
The body of a sheriff’s deputy who fell into a river while boating Friday morning was found.
Kyle Busch dominated the “Paperclip,” and has now won at all but three tracks on the circuit.
A new exhibit set to open this week will let participants experience a terrifying brush with death.
The first passenger flight to took off from Brussels Airport, the since suicide bombings on March 22.
The Gloucester community remembered Trooper Dermyer during a vigil Sunday afternoon.
A labrador mix was rescued from the Nansemond River on Sunday afternoon.
The study will allow them to determine if the light rail would cut down on traffic congestion at Naval Station Norfolk.
Police responded to the incident at the Cracker Barrel in the 1400 block of Greenbrier Parkway Sunday afternoon.
Powerful winds have whipped across the Midwest and Northeast all weekend.
The 35-year-old was stopped Saturday night after she reportedly ran a red light.
Police are investigating after an adult male was hit by a car while on his bicycle in the 2000 block of Frederick Boulevard, Sunday afternoo…
Saturday Richmond emergency crews got experience with what a mass-casualty situation might look like at the Richmond International Airport.
One company has issued a voluntary recall of their frozen broccoli.
Virginia State Police are currently working a multi-vehicle accident in Newport News on I-64 at Lee Hall, Exit 247.