The Norfolk Tides get ready for their 2015 season opener against the Charlotte Knights.
Supporters of a feral cat colony in West Ghent are upset someone took a feeding house that’s been home to the cats for 7 years.
Virginia Beach will be the next city in Hampton Roads to get food trucks.
Hampton fire investigators say someone intentionally set fire to a homeless camp where people where sleeping Saturday.
After the shooting deaths of two teens, Newport News community leaders say putting a stop to the violence must involve everyone.
A local shipyard told 10 On Your Side what was causing keyless entry car remotes to not work properly this week.
In Elizabeth City, residents say their energy bills are doubling and tripling. The city says it’s caused by a 30-year-old debt.
There’s one simple thing people can do to prevent the sort of crime Suffolk police saw last weekend: lock their car doors.
Virginia State Police have ended an Amber Alert issued Wednesday for a child believed to have been abducted in Petersburg.
Will Wade was introduced Wednesday as the new basketball coach at VCU.
A four-vehicle crash inside the Midtown Tunnel blocked traffic in both directions for almost five hours Wednesday.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted on all charges Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombing by a federal jury.
A great way to give back and have a great time at the ball park, for the 2nd Annual Kettle Krush 5K.
Many people are incredibly torn between needing a better job and having the finances available to get an education to get a better life.
Rodney Tucker, Recreation Specialist with Virginia Beach Parks and Rec, stops by to talk summer camp.
The 47th Annual Charity Bowl is this weekend in Norfolk.
The importance of financial literacy in every stage of life.
Local golfers compete at Augusta National.
Jen Lewis counts kindness with viewers