The defense has filed a document, saying it may call upon a former housing official, the former city manager, a lawyer and deputy treasurers…
10 On Your Side asked PRHA Interim Executive Director Donnell Brown what’s being done for these residents.
A recovery center will be open for affected residents from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Miranda Harwood is accused of tampering with her 3-year-old son’s medical equipment.
This is the fourth shooting in Hampton in a week.
WAVY went to the agency’s retreat to get answers because there are some on city council who want to fire the PRHA commissioners.
Developers for a proposed arena at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront have asked for 60-day extension to further work out funding.
The landfill is off U.S. 17 at Bainbridge and Dominion boulevards, just feet away from the Dominion Lakes neighborhood.
A fundraiser held at Ynot Pizza in Ghent Tuesday will go toward a Norfolk Public Schools Career Development Program.
Construction has begun on three large-scale solar facilities in Isle of Wight, Louisa and Powhatan counties.
Newport News police arrested and charged a man for an alleged abduction and burglary.
Residents of Camden, Chowan, Currituck and Pasquotank counties are now eligible to receive federal assistance for hurricane recovery.
Detectives say the woman went to multiple Harris Teeter stores and used someone else’s banking information to get money orders.
Deadlines are coming up for those voting via absentee ballot in the presidential election.
Police have arrested a man in connection to a triple shooting near Hampton University that left one dead and two others injured.
The disability awareness fundraiser is all day Tuesday. Stop by the Ynot Pizza in Ghent on Colley Avenue to donate.
A joint trial is underway for two men accused in a 2015 car crash that killed one person and injured several others.
The men pictured in the surveillance photos went into the store on Sept. 25, and left without paying for leather coats.
A woman is facing charges of DUI and eluding after a police chase Sunday that spanned the cities of Chesapeake and Virginia Beach.
When Mary Sanchez went to cast her ballot early at the Four Hills Shopping Center, she wasn’t aware that she was breaking the law.