Jennie Simms led the way scoring 25 and ODU women’s basketball finishes the year 14-16 and 10-8 in conference play.
The fire union spokesman tells 10 On Your Side they plan to fight to get the suspension overturned.
The Monarch finish the regular season at 19-12 and 12-6 in Conference USA play.
Nearly 4,000 Newport News shipbuilders have worked on Washington. The submarine is on track to be delivered in 2016.
Get the latest updates and results from Super Saturday here.
William & Mary advances to the semifinals of the CAA Tournament after defeating James Madison 79-64.
The bill, known as HB 365, would make those sex offenders have to get surgically castrated before they leave prison.
Police have arrested a 16-year-old Hampton male in a shooting that happened in the 2000 block of Nickerson Boulevard on Saturday, March 5th.
Police have confirmed Robert Reynold Knight III was shot and killed on Kingston Drive on Saturday afternoon.
The Confederate flag is flying over the North Carolina Capitol in downtown Raleigh today in honor of Confederate Flag Day.
No one was hurt when a vehicle started on fire on I-264 Saturday morning, according to Virginia State Police dispatchers.
Police are looking for a suspect who shot two teenagers during a fight at a party, critically injuring one.
Senior forward Donald Hicks led the way with 16 points, as the Tigers survive and advance to Richmond.
Complete high school basketball playoff scoreboard from Friday March 4.
After being closed in both directions Sunday, the Midtown Tunnel is back open.
A car crashed into a Humvee, causing part of Route 58 in Suffolk to close for several hours Friday night.
Christopher Newport begins March Madness with a first round win over Lycoming in the NCAA Division 3 basketball tournament.
Joey Feek, who with her husband, Rory, formed the award-winning country duoJoey + Rory, died Friday, her manager said.
Phillip Reed, 21, was riding his bicycle south on Grimes Road, near the intersection of E. Pembroke Avenue, when a minivan struck him.
The Department of Public Works in Portsmouth announced they are working on a spill cleanup training for their staff.