The police department says they will never contact you via telephone or in person demanding cash to get out of a warrant.
The race begins and ends on Eaton Street across from Mill Point Park.
Sailors and Marines with the Bataan Amphibious Ready Group (BAT ARG) deployed from Norfolk Saturday.
Norfolk Public Schools are looking to hire new teachers for the 2017-2018 school year.
A Portsmouth toddler is fighting for a healthy life after being diagnosed with a rare disease.
The small town of Waverly is still rebuilding a year after a devastating tornado.
Calvin and Zatera Spencer must be really lucky.
Police are looking for a man that stole 22 cartons of Newport cigarettes in seven different stores throughout Chesapeake.
38-year-old Eyal Katz was also sentenced to three years of supervised release, a $20,000 fine and ordered to forfeit certain property.
50-year-old John Francis Aragon was also sentenced to 30 years of supervised release.
Prosecutors say the Black P-Stones were involved in the distribution of narcotics, multiple robberies and the deaths of at least three peopl…
Virginians may be less likely to lose their driver’s licenses for unpaid fines and minor drug offences.
A Yorktown woman was sentenced Friday to five years in prison in a case involving fraudulently obtaining over 100,000 hydrocodone pills.
CBBT Police Chief Edward Spencer tells 10 On Your Side that the cab was recovered at 2:20 p.m. Friday.
Businessman and Hall of Fame football great Bruce Smith is speaking out about a diversity study the City of Virginia Beach plans to conduct.
Ana Lucia Gnecco was arrested at her parents’ home in Hollywood, Florida, after failing to report on Jan. 14 to her base in Portsmouth.
The pedestrian suffered minor injuries.
Authorities say the suspect is possibly homeless and may frequent the Aragona area.
A training this weekend at Joint Base Langley-Eustis will include blank ammunition fire.
News organizations that were allowed in included the conservative website Breitbart news.
The 10-year-old was in the area of Texas St. and Poplar Ave. when he says he was approached by a man in a van.
It’s tax season and scam artists are out in force.
The program, which is set to begin March 1, is designed to give residents financial assistance for Elizabeth River Tunnels tolls.
A masked man seen in a security photo entered the bank at 10:30 a.m. armed with a hand gun, and demanded cash.
The Red Cross is assisting one adult displaced by the fire.