The Bra-ha-ha is a seriously uplifting fundraiser that puts a light-hearted spin on the serious topic of breast cancer.
Smoke from a dumpster fire caused an evacuation at the Walgreens on the 12700 block of Jefferson Ave. in Newport News.
Portsmouth City Assessor Janey Culpepper and a former employee have filed assault charges against each other.
A raccoon that got into a fight with two large dogs in Norfolk tested positive for rabies.
A man police believe may be homeless robbed the 7-Eleven at Indian River Road and MacDonald Road.
Police are trying to locate two women they say stole from a Chesapeake 7-Eleven.
Waterman Scott Wivell talks about fishing life on the Eastern Shore.
It is something that you may not even notice, but not using your headlights from sun up to sun down could cost you.
Take a tour of The Barrier Islands Center.
Relax and enjoy at the Fig Street Inn Bed & Breakfast.
Head to the Eastern Shore and enjoy a meal while overlooking the Chesapeake Bay at Virginia Originals and Chesapeake Grille.
Biggest fundraiser for The Food Bank of the Albemarle.
The Currituck County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a deadly house fire.
Officers discovered two men passed out inside Heritage Bank; one was naked and there was feces on the floor near them.
Officers were called to the 2600 block of Middle Avenue around 11:30 a.m. for the report of a gunshot victim.
The family of Kawanza Beaty, who was shot and killed by police on July 4, is suing the city and the police department for $10 million.