A man was arrested after leading police on a pursuit through multiple cities Thursday.
16-year-old Macy Causey from Yorktown is one of six people selected for NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity program.
The Jefferson Avenue Bridge over Interstate 64 in Newport News will be named in honor of fallen Virginia State Police Trooper Chad Dermyer.
School officials say a Green Run High School student was arrested Thursday for having a weapon on school property.
President Donald Trump wants to pay for his proposed southern border wall by slapping a 20 percent tax on imports from Mexico.
If you see a seal or any other marine animal on the beach, stay at least 150 feet away from it.
Teams, media sponsors and top fundraisers for the Tour de Cure, were all honored at the event kickoff.
K-9 Duke, a bloodhound who joined the Newport News Police Department in 2013, died unexpectedly Wednesday night.
Two separate, but apparently related, threats involving Currituck County Middle School Wednesday were determined to be unfounded.
The crime happened on December 27 at a business in Greenbrier.
Despite the spread of retirement plans, the wealthiest 10 percent of households own roughly 80 percent of stock market wealth.
The citizens of Westport have a message for the sexually desperate of Ireland: Please, babe, let us sleep.
A woman was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer after police say she threw a used tampon at an officer.
Austin police discovered 65 pounds of liquid methamphetamine hidden in a gas tank during a routine traffic stop earlier this week.
Traffic cameras at an intersection capture a near tragedy.
A sheriff’s office says a woman narrowly escaped being carjacked after spotting what she thought was a child sitting in the middle of the ro…
A 29-year-old woman was killed Wednesday morning in a two-car crash on Locustville Road in the town of Onley.
The Monarchs released their 2017 football schedule, which includes two opponents from the ACC.
Portsmouth City Council has taken a step to keep emergency responders from leaving their positions.
Geico and The United Way of South Hampton Roads have teamed up to help military families still dealing with storm damage.