Local cities are advising residents on what to do since Hurricane Matthew left damage and flooding in its wake.
The forum will be held Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Parkview Elementary, 260 Elm Avenue in Portsmouth.
Two women are wanted in connection to a larceny that occurred on August 11 at an ABC store on Holland Road.
Police are looking for a shoplifter who walked out of a Lowe’s store in the 3500 block of Holland Road with a miter saw.
Police are seeking a man who stole 17 pairs of jeans at a department store in Chesapeake on September 12.
If your home was damaged by the storm, there are several things you need to do.
For the second time this week two missiles were fired at a U.S. Navy ship in the Red Sea.
Early voting could account for as much 40 percent of ballots in 2016, throwing the typical campaign timeline into chaos
Derek Cason was reported missing on Sunday. Crews recovered his body on Wednesday.
A man was stabbed multiple times overnight in Hampton, according to police.
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Police are investigating after a gunshot victim was dropped at a hospital after being shot during an attempted robbery early Wednesday.
The victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but is expected to recover.
Police are investigating a shooting on Kate’s Trace Circle after a man was shot walking home from a restaurant Tuesday evening.
Former Monarch Mortgage CEO Edward ‘Ted’ Yoder has pleaded guilty to federal bankruptcy fraud charges.
Seventeen locally-based Sailors were killed on this day in 2000, another 39 wounded, in the attack on USS Cole (DDG 67.)
10 On Your Side’s Andy Fox has learned that a motion has been made for a change of venue.
The Hurrah Players are once again bringing Broadway to Hampton Roads.
One neighborhood that was devastated by flood waters was Swanson Homes in Portsmouth. A group of neighbors and volunteers joined forces to b…
This weekend help save the tatas, Dance with your favorite muppets and drink up because wine fest is here!
Tree care advice from the experts at Smith’s Tree Care.
BayPort Credit Union is leading the way with the March of Dimes and the Signature Chefs Auction and Gala.
Comfort food from Red Sky cafe.
Baseball is well underway at Bryant & Stratton College.
AT&T says it is offering courtesy charging for people who were affected by Hurricane Matthew.
A federal judge on Wednesday extended voter registration until Oct. 18 in the battleground state of Florida.
North Carolina Highway 12 will be opening to motorists after being cleared by transportation crews, NCDOT officials.
The Coast Guard medevaced a man Tuesday off a fishing vessel in the Pamlico Sound near Hatteras.
A man is wanted in Chesapeake after impersonating a bondsman at the Magistrate’s Office in Chesapeake on October 4.
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