Officials say 3 dogs in the city’s animal control shelter tested positive for Parvovirus, also known as Parvo.
House Republicans are expected to press a government watchdog for more answers about allegations of undue influence exerted by the Homeland …
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. was released from an Alabama federal prison early Thursday, two years after pleading guilty to spending $…
Police are searching for a man accused of stealing cash registers from several businesses in Norfolk.
Meet “Work Zone Willie.” He may look like a big barrel of fun, but he’s got a serious purpose.
Firefighters from all over the state took part in a train safety exercise in York County.
The Coast Guard is celebrating the 100th birthday of a World War II veteran who had an eventful career on the seas.
The commander of McDonald Army Center at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton was relieved of duty Wednesday.
Trey Freeman banked in a running 3-pointer at the buzzer Wednesday night to lift ODU to a 72-69 victory over Murray State.
Police are investigating after a child was found unresponsive in a retention pond in northern Suffolk Wednesday evening.
Part of Hampton City Schools budget approved Wednesday for next year involves closing Tarrant Elementary School.
Security at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport stopped a woman from carrying a loaded gun onto her flight.
An assistant principal is back on the job in Norfolk after she re-tweeted a controversial social media post.
The U.S. Army sergeant who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held captive by the Taliban could face life in prison.
The VCIC 51st annual Tidewater Humanitarian Award winners
We all know that parking in downtown Norfolk’s streets can be a pain. But the city’s working on a plans with convenience in mind that offici…
Old Dominion with a remarkable buzzer-beater win over Murray State heads to the NIT semifinals.
Owners of a local night club are suing the Sussex County Sheriff for $15 million because they claim he illegally shut them down.
York County officials want to know when trains carrying volatile crude oil will pass through the area.