McBride had a long time to wait, while Heinicke and Trail have to wait a little longer.
No injuries were reported after crews responded Saturday to a residential structure fire at 1113 Craig Street.
Portsmouth police say a man is dead after a shooting at the intersection of Vermont Avenue and Commerce Street.
Family teams and company teams walked a five-mile course with friends in an effort to raise money for babies.
This morning there was a walk to raise awareness for the March of Dimes. This organization helps prevent premature birth and birth defects.
A funeral service was held Saturday for the man who was shot and killed by a police officer after an altercation at a Portsmouth Wal-Mart.
The University of Virginia has created an award in honor of a student who was slain last fall.
Newport News police say a man robbed an IHOP restaurant on Jefferson Avenue near Kings Way Drive early Saturday morning.
Emergency Communications took calls about shots fired on King Henry Court, in the Hilltop area, around 11:30 Friday night.
Virginia State Police issued an endangered missing child alert Friday evening for a 2-year-old boy from Hanover.
People and organizations from across the Hampton Roads community are helping a local non-profit make the best out of a bad situation.
The couple who helped legalize same-sex marriage in Virginia are planning to walk down the aisle Saturday.
State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby says the Baltimore officers repeatedly failed to get Gray medical treatment after his arrest.
Eli Harold from Virginia Beach was drafted in the third round by the San Francisco 49ers.
Supporters of William Chapman II gathered Friday at the place where police say he was killed during a struggle with an officer.
Rage turned to relief in Baltimore Friday when the city’s top prosecutor charged 6 officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
Parents already devastated by a suspended special needs program received notice from the city it may not reopen.
A local mom says school officials waited too long to tell her that her son’s bus was sprayed with bullets, while he was on it.
Two weeks after an explosion inside downtown Norfolk’s Selden Arcade, two businesses are back up and running.
A local motorcyclist flew from his bike into the van in front of him. He should be dead, but John Washington is alive to tell the story.
The eastbound tube of the Downtown Tunnel will be open all weekend, but not the westbound tube.