The U.S. Geological Survey said, the third-strongest temblor ever recorded in the state.
Norfolk Fire-Rescue crews responded to a commercial structure fire in the 3600 block of North Military Highway, early Saturday morning.
Police and fire crews responded to a single car accident with entrapment in the 300 block of South George Washington Highway, Saturday morni…
Firefighters responded to a house fire that displaced three residents in the 300 block of Bedford Court, Saturday morning.
Firefighters got the call early Saturday morning to respond to Victoria Drive near Continental Street.
Police are investigating five robberies that happened at 7-Eleven stores late Friday into early Saturday morning.
The armed robbery occurred in the 3900 block of Twin Pines Road on Friday evening.
Ashley White was found guilty Friday on three felony counts in the death of her 5-year-old son, Noah Thomas.
Police are investigating a shooting that occurred in the 3600 block of Holland Road Friday night.
Emergency crews put out an apartment fire at the corner of Poindexter Street and Jackson Avenue Friday night.
The Virginia House of Delegates passed a bill Friday that may make smoking in a car with a child younger than eight illegal.
Portsmouth police have located 59-year-old Darlene Faulk of Chesapeake unharmed.
The Sportswrap Vault goes back to 1993 when Allen Iverson was at Bethel High School in Hampton.
The Republican says in a statement he plans to support his party’s nominee.
Multiple law enforcement organizations took part of a meth lab bust in the 2600 block of Meadows Landing.
In Dare County on Thursday crews started work for the worst of the current winter storm that hit the Outer Banks Friday afternoon.
The approved legislation protects businesses and individuals that oppose same-sex marriage on religious grounds.
The justices said the reduction of Travion Blount’s sentence to 40 years was a “partial pardon” that did not require Blount’s approval.
Four of the five men connected to a deadly shooting that happened in Portsmouth last year are now wanted by police new charges.
As tax time rolls on, police are warning the public of phone scams that have claimed victims around the area.