An inmate has been served warrants for the second time in about three months for misconduct while at a local jail.
With cold and flu season almost here, there’s another concern: enterovirus 68, a respiratory illness sweeping the country.
A federal court has struck down the boundaries of Virginia’s black-majority 3rd congressional district.
Virginia’s governor has signed an order directing state agencies to comply with the legalization of same-sex marriage in the state.
Sen. Mark Warner and challenger Ed Gillespie each claim they would be the more independent voice if elected to the U.S. Senate.
Residents throughout Hampton Roads woke up early Wednesday to get a glance at the second blood moon of the year.
A Michigan officer who pulled over a vehicle because a 5-year-old girl wasn’t secured in a booster seat decided a ticket wouldn’t cut it.
James City County Police are looking for a driver accused of striking a man on a scooter before fleeing the scene last Friday.
Members of LEAD Hampton Roads, an affiliate of the Chamber of Commerce, met in Norfolk for the 2014 State of the Region address.
The month of October is a good time to think about what goes in to breast cancer treatment.
The folks from Taking Shape Fitness making a healthy and delicious turkey burger with quinoa.
Our live audience from Hurrah Players is bringing a classic story to the stage at the Roper Center this weekend. It’s called HONK!
Norfolk State football kicker Cameron Marouf received some bad news soon after the last game of the last season.
Dan Schaffer from Fink’s at MacArthur Center stopped by to tell us about a great event coming up.
A fire at the Marine Technical Group Services in Newport News caused the building to evacuate Tuesday morning.
From wine to March of Dimes, it’s time for Tuesday’s Taste
Police have identified the victim of the fatal crash involving a school bus in Virginia Beach, last Friday.
A 19-year-old American left a letter expressing disgust with Western society before trying to sneak into Syria to join ISIS.
A Redskins comeback made things interesting, but eventually fell short to the defending Super Bowl champions.
After facing the three toughest teams in Conference USA, ODU looks ahead to a handful of opportunities.
Drivers can expect daytime lane closures at the Steel Bridge this week, as well as nightly lane closures along Dominion Boulevard.