Verizon says customers will incur no charges on texts or international calls that originated on June 28 or June 29.
The Supreme Court’s seven biggest moments of its 2015-2016 term, including opinions on: abortion, affirmative action, immigration, and publi…
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The event is an opportunity for Veterans to learn about the facility, get help with enrollments and benefits, and provide feedback.
Hand painting clay hearts as a thoughtful gesture has turned into community service for Brittany Allen of Yorktown
4th of July Fireworks and so much more happening in Hampton Roads this weekend!
A former president and CEO of Monarch Mortgage was indicted Wednesday on several charges including bankruptcy fraud.
Chef Keyvan Behnam, owner of Lulu Birds Kitchen in Gloucester was in the kitchen with us this morning making Beer Braised Short Ribs with Ba…
Our live audience today was from The Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore to talk about their summer program
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Friends and family members waited outside a hospital in Istanbul on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, awaiting updates on their loved ones injured o…
The University of Connecticut has revoked Bill Cosby’s honorary degree.
Surveillance shows the suspect walking around a gun display counter, and even peering over and reaching behind the counter.
If you can’t make it to see Laura Benanti in the charming Broadway revival of “She Loves Me,” don’t worry. Just fire up your computer or TV.
The Gloucester County School Board has filed a notice of appeal in Gavin Grimm case, court records show.
A man was found guilty Wednesday of forcible sodomy after a two-day trial.
Numerous workers and union activists were vocally rallying and looking to drum-up support for a $15 minimum wage.
Illinois must add post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of diseases eligible for medical marijuana treatment.
The law limits anti-discrimination rules that protect LGBT people.
The House approved a bill Tuesday to ban sex offenders from places like arcades, parks, swimming pools, libraries and the State Fairgrounds …