Several members of Congress are calling on Secretary of Veterans Affairs Bob McDonald to resign or apologize after comparing Disneyland to t…
Consumer Reports is out with its list of the most effective insect repellents.
The victim was transported to a local hospital with multiple stab wounds.
Water sampling and testing revealed enterococci bacteria levels at these sites are beyond state water quality standards.
A power disruption Saturday, May 21 at the Commonwealth’s data center kept many Virginians from renewing their licenses.
Prosecutors say Anthony Johnson hired three men to kill his wife, who was pregnant at the time, for insurance money.
A man used a counterfeit debit card to purchase nearly $500 worth of gift cards from a store in Chesapeake.
James D. Sanders, Jr. was having dinner with his girlfriend when the pier collapsed. He rushed to help five woman who fell into the water.
Doctors have reportedly concluded that BMX rider Dave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease CTE.
10 On Your Side’s Stephanie Harris spoke to a local priest, and a parent to find out how they plan to implement the new policy.
Golf Tournament and 12th Annual Frogs For Freedom Patriot Ride.
A SWAT team with guns drawn screened a jet as a precaution Tuesday at Los Angeles International Airport after a non-credible threat was rece…
Catching up with Portsmouth history with Mae Breckinridge-Haywood.
Summer fresh dish from Chef Jermaine Boothe from Stratford University.
Norfolk City Council and Mayor Paul Fraim honored Peter Decker Jr. in a ceremony Tuesday afternoon.
The social media service said in coming months, photos, videos and other media won’t count toward Twitter’s 140-character limit.
The Chesapeake detective who was there when Brianna Armstrong’s body was found testified Tuesday.
Producers of the upcoming political thriller “Public Affairs” will start principal photography in and around Norfolk this June.
A man was airlifted from the scene of a single-car accident on Route 58 after he crashed into a tree early Tuesday morning.
For the first time on record, living with parents is now the most common arrangement for people ages 18 to 34.