Five people have been arrested in Washington after at least one person opened fire on police.
The Coast Guard rescued one injured mariner and four others from a grounded boat near Ocracoke Inlet.
Rankin’s attorney James Broccoletti argued Tuesday morning for the trial to be delayed, citing recent police-involved shootings.
The man was reported missing near the entrance to the Yeopim River on July 6.
The U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team is set after qualifying trial on Sunday, July 10.
Members of three fighter squadrons returned home Tuesday following an eight-month deployment.
A group planning to go kayaking in California were treated a 45-minute show from a group of white whales near San Francisco.
Meanwhile, competitors are offering up deals and discounts in response to thousands of Prime Day deals.
According to the Navy, the Knighthawks started at NAS Lemoore in 1985, before moving to Oceana in 1998.
The new mobile app game Pokémon GO by Nintendo has exploded in popularity, but is off to a rocky start.
Two Italian commuter trains collided head-on Tuesday in the southern region of Puglia, killing at least 20 people and injuring scores more.
Democrats have coalesced around Clinton’s candidacy since she defeated Sanders in primaries last month.
A man identified as John Doe 150 said in 2014 that other boys in a shower heard him yell that Sandusky had just touched him sexually.
Organizers of an effort to recall Mayor Wright handed in signatures to the circuit court clerks’s office.
A fatal accident involving a tractor-trailer blocked a handful of entrance ramps to Interstate 664 Tuesday.
With so many negative headlines in the news today, Kam Chancellor is spreading love through the game he loves.
A woman suffered a stab wound to the arm Monday night in Portsmouth.
Several kids are seen gathered around the officer, running around and reaching to catch the football the officer throws.
Hampton elected leaders, city activists, community members and law enforcement united in the Bethel A.M.E. Church Monday.
The victim was taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
The incident happened on July 5 at a store in the area of the 1400 block of George Washington Highway.
On July 4, the suspect entered the store in the Lynnhaven Mall, chose a ring and left without paying.
It happened at 11:22 p.m. Sunday at The Aberdeen Food Mart, located in the 900 block of Aberdeen Road.
The restaurant posted on Facebook that they were closing early because of the incident.
Larry Darnell Gordon has been identified as the man who opened fire inside a Michigan courthouse Monday.
Portsmouth NAACP President James Boyd sat down with 10 On Your Side’s Brandi Cummings.
The demonstrations come just one day after a rally stopped traffic on Interstate 264 in Portsmouth.
“My family’s complete now, we can go home,” Lauren Williams said, smiling.
Moody says he received calls from citizens complaining Sunday night about the protesters blocking I-264.
A judge ruled that a law requiring the state to award all its delegates to the winners of the presidential primaries is unconstitutional.