Firefighters say several antique vehicles were destroyed after flames sparked at a detached garage in Suffolk, early Tuesday morning.
Officials say a tractor-trailer caught on fire after one of its tires blew out while on the Franklin Bypass, Tuesday morning.
A multi-vehicle crash on westbound Interstate 64 caused major delays Tuesday morning.
We’ve had a couple of nice days here and there. But we haven’t had a decent stretch of mild/dry weather in a while. Read more on the weather…
You’ll want to double-check your freezer for any meals from “Amy’s Kitchen.”
The Dept. of Veterans Affairs is relaxing a rule so veterans can prove they live at least 40 miles from a VA health site.
A passenger jet carrying 150 people crashed Tuesday in the French Alps as it flew from Barcelona to Duesseldorf.
North Carolina’s workplace safety agency is leading an investigation into why a scaffold with several men on it broke free from the facade o…
Authorities say that Kellum Jordan Williams, a fugitive on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top Ten Most Wanted list, has been captur…
State police say they have received more than two dozen emails and telephone calls regarding the March 18 arrest of a UVA student.
Sixty-five core acres of the Williamsburg Civil War battlefield are being set aside for preservation.
Two people were injured in a shooting in the 200 block of Bethune Drive early Tuesday morning.
Drivers across Hampton Roads continue to pay less for gas than they did last year — and prices could continue to drop.
A popular non-profit organization on the Peninsula is closing at the end of March.
Campus emergency officials notified students Monday of several bomb threats made to the College of William & Mary.
The Monarchs’ postseason stays alive after a 50-49 win over Illinois State.
A UVA student will plead not guilty to charges stemming from an arrest that led to allegations of excessive police force and racism.
The investigation of an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house discovered no evidence of the attack.
The state council for the Knights of Columbus is weighing in on the controversy surrounding this year’s Saint Patrick’s Day parade.