This odd campaign season story involves the governor of Wisconsin, a Chesapeake man, and his pledge to keep the election honest.
A Virginia Beach family is suing Uber and an Uber driver because they claim the driver touched a 13-year-old girl inappropriately.
Nine people died in a spray of bullets, allegedly at the hands of a young white man who was welcomed into their Bible study session.
A church sign in Chesapeake has people fired up and scratching their heads at the same time.
The future of Willett Hall hangs in the balance of desperately needed repairs and an already-tight budget.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. proposes to longtime girlfriend Amy Reimann in Germany.
A man leading a dolphin tour off the 78th Street beach spotted an eight-foot-long bull shark early Tuesday morning.
Social media is here to stay, and local law enforcement has taken notice. In fact, on the Peninsula, they are using it to catch criminals.
The Republican presidential field: who’s in, who’s almost in, and who’s still waiting for the right moment.
Town leaders say they are not anti-drone, however they want to make sure that when drones are used on public property, they are used safely.
A Virginia Beach police officer is getting accolades from his department and the community for a random act of kindness.
Several agencies searched for possible distressed boaters Wednesday morning, after an overturned paddle boat was discovered.
New data from NASA shows the Earth’s global groundwater system is being depleted at a harmful rate.
A six-year-old boy’s stuffed tiger had the adventure of a lifetime, thanks to the staff at Tampa International Airport.
Virginia Beach police say a man nearly drowned at the Oceanfront Wednesday afternoon.
Police are looking to speak to two individuals in connection to a vehicle theft from a Chesapeake dealership.
A commercial building partially collapsed in Onancock on June 16.
The westbound lanes of the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel are closed because of a vehicle fire inside the tunnel.
Counting Kindness with Jen Lewis
AT&T Mobility LLC has been hit with a $100 million fine for offering consumers “unlimited” data, but then slowing their Internet speeds afte…
NFL star gives back to his community.