Nansemond River High School’s principal said the school paid a woman to decorate for senior prom, but she never showed up.
For 19 years, Sports Director Bruce Rader has gathered his friends at the Honey Bee Golf Club to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospit…
Sen. Mark Warner announced Thursday extraordinary measures to reduce hospital wait times for veterans here in Hampton Roads.
Let the mobile culinary experience at the Oceanfront begin!
Newport News had to cut spending for it’s 2015-16 budget, and that means some of the city’s public libraries are cutting their hours.
A man accused of exposing himself to a James City County woman is still on the run.
Police say a toddler-aged boy drown in Portsmouth Thursday.
The scent of marijuana led Newport News police to a home where they found thousands of dollars in drugs, cash and guns Saturday evening.
This year already brought Portsmouth residents higher property taxes, but new flood maps mean the cost for homeowners will go up more.
A 6-year-old girl is home safe with her family, and Portsmouth police say that’s because of the quick-thinking of two of their officers.
A Virginia Beach business owner is asking for the public’s help in finding a group of shoplifters.
The Elizabeth River Tunnels Project team and VDOT will repave the I-264 West Downtown Tunnel during this weekend’s scheduled full westbound …
LINCOLN, Neb. (MEDIA GENERAL) – Opponents of the death penalty continue to celebrate Thursday, May 28, 2015, one day after Nebraska repealed…
A September trial date has been set for a University of Virginia student whose bloody arrest outside a bar sparked a public uproar.
Authorities say Anthony Worlds was wanted by Norfolk Police for a shooting that injured one person in Norfolk May 23.
Meet First Colonial High School instructor John Sutton in this week’s I Am Hampton Roads.
Flood insurance and why you might need it.
The mystery of Swiss cheese and its disappearing holes has been solved: The milk’s too clean.
Norfolk police dispatchers say two vehicles crashed at the intersection of E. Little Creek Road and Gifford Street, Thursday.
A Newport News Circuit Court deputy clerk claims she was passed over for a promotion based on the color of her skin.
In 2013, an average of 220 teen drivers and passengers died in traffic crashes during each of the summer months. That’s a 43 percent increas…