Researchers at Duke University are raising new concerns over the millions of tons of coal ash stored at facilities across the state.
A Wisconsin company is recalling roughly 89,000 pounds of pork sausage patties after officials say consumers complained of finding small pie…
Champion shearer Ian Elkins said the sheep appeared to be in good condition after being separated from his huge fleece under anesthetic.
Two cheerleading coaches are accused of stealing thousands of dollars from their teams.
Two Blacksburg girls celebrated their birthday by asking friends to bring gifts for others.
The CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter made the hard landing at Camp Lejeune around 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Suffolk police are on the scene of a single vehicle accident on 58 Eastbound.
A Suffolk 7-Eleven was robbed early Thursday morning.
Ocean Lakes supporters rally around suspended coach Chris Scott. But why?
A Chesapeake Fire Department spokesman says the combination of rain plus construction work caused several ceilings to collapse in the Ivysto…
A 10 On Your Side viewer sent WAVY.com a picture of a school bus in Camden County that went into a ditch Wednesday afternoon.
Newport News police are investigating a shooting that occurred Wednesday night.
With Matt Johns under center, Virginia opens the season on Saturday at 13th ranked UCLA.
ODU’s young football team opens the season Saturday on the road at Eastern Michigan.
William and Mary opens the season Saturday vs. Lafayette without a quarterback controversy.
Damage caused by storm moving through Hampton Roads on 9/2/15.
Norfolk city officials say they can’t start rebuilding beaches until three months later than they originally thought.
Thousands of residents in Hampton roads reported power outages Wednesday night after thunderstorms passed through the area.
A tornado destroyed Page Middle School in 2011. 10 On Your Side’s Anita Blanton got a tour around the brand new school they are transitionin…
Just in time for the new school year, work is going on around the clock in Gloucester to open up a state-of-the art building.
Norfolk dispatchers tell WAVY.com the call came in at 5:29 p.m. for a fire in the 200 block of 32nd Street.