10 On Your Side spoke with the Suffolk Police Department Thursday, which expects to arm officers with body cameras by next year.
New York City officials hold press conference from Bellevue Hospital about local doctor who tested positive for Ebola.
A doctor who returned to NYC Friday, after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus Thursday.
Hampton Roads Transit has approved a new plan to deal with heavy snow fall.
School bus security is being questioned in Elizabeth City after a student was able to gain access to a bus and drive it.
Get ready for trick-or-treating in your neighborhood with these tidbits of information.
Three people were killed and two others were injured when an airplane and a helicopter collided in midair at Frederick Municipal Airport.
A proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot this Election Day has to do with tax exemptions for military spouses.
The flames are coming from a structure on Guardshore Road.
There is a full closure Oct. 24 to Oct. 27: Closed Friday at 8 p.m. until Monday at 5 a.m.
More local police departments are looking into getting body cameras for officers, to increase transparency amid police operations.
Police are looking for this unknown female who used the cards at two businesses on W. Branch Blvd.
The area was reported safe just under two hours of the reported package.
The manor is 16,000 sq. ft. with a grand staircase, billiard room, tennis court, oversized pool and ballroom that can hold 250 guests.
Elizabeth River Crossings says its fixed the issues with its Plate-By-Plate billing process at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels.
If you’d like to make Alice a part of your family get in touch with the folks at the Norfolk SPCA. Visit NorfolkSPCA.com.
Chef Bob Hirasawa from Farm Fresh is here making an amazing Oktoberfest Beef Pot Roast for us.
Aquatic therapy is a special kind of physical therapy that can be used to treat many conditions from injuries to arthritis and back pain.
Meet Tyree Russell in this week’s I Am Hampton Roads.
All you can eat or take out!
Chesapeake Bay Academy students and teachers are approaching social justice.