It’s Live Music Friday and The Hampton Roads Show is happy to welcome back Mojo Collins.
Some of Hampton’s first responders are heading to Charlottesville on Friday to help with the search for missing University of Virginia stude…
The Elizabeth River Tunnels Project created a time-lapse video of element one being outfitted, prepared and moved into position for immersio…
A Moyock man died Thursday evening after being hit by a vehicle while biking.
Police have arrested a man accused of leading police on a chase before smashing into several vehicles at a shopping center and fleeing the s…
Pete Stein, from Steinhilber’s Restaurant, prepared a Pan Roasted Flounder with sauteed collard greens, warm crab, arugula and tomato salad,…
The Elizabeth River Tunnels Project Team has put the first section of the new tunnel into place.
The exit ramp to Military Highway eastbound at I-664 SB is closed after a tractor-trailer accident, Friday morning.
Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday.
Fire crews have contained flames at a Portsmouth home after a fire broke out early Friday morning.
Charlottesville NBC affiliate, WVIR, reports Jesse Matthew was one of dozens of cab drivers authorities questioned in 2009 after Virginia Te…
Virginia Beach Police have confirmed a man who was injured Friday morning was not shot, but instead struck with an unknown object in the hea…
Oysters and politics collided Thursday night at Norfolk’s Kiwanis Harbor Part at Town Point Park.
Some of Hampton’s first responders will be helping in the search for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Elizabeth River Tunnels won’t close I-264 East at the Downtown Tunnel this weekend, or for a couple more weeks.
A local minister was found not guilty Thursday for charges related to sex crimes involving a minor.
Two administrators in North Carolina have been suspended in the wake of a football scandal at Perquimans County High School.
Chesapeake Police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened Thursday evening.
A state task force on campus sexual assault began its work Thursday, mindful of the ongoing search for a missing UVa. student.
Virginia State Police took a man into custody Thursday, who was driving on a closed shoulder.
Police dispatchers received a 911 call around 7:15 p.m. about a man who had been shot near Race Street and Prentis Avenue.