Debate over a local city’s budget came to an end Tuesday night when Portsmouth City Council passed a budget for next year.
North Carolina’s initiative to help stranded roadside motorists for free now has a “good neighbor” supporting it.
A judge who will decide whether to let the would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan live full time outside a mental hospital will hear c…
A major earthquake hit Nepal on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, less than three weeks after a devastating earthquake that resulted in more than 8,000…
A major earthquake hit a remote mountainous region of Nepal on Tuesday, killing at least 19 people, triggering landslides and toppling build…
The Tides scored six-runs in the first inning in its 6-2 win over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders on Monday night at Harbor Park.
Norfolk detectives are actively investigating 10 recent robberies and searching for one man who may be responsible for them all.
While gas prices continue to crawl upward, transportation experts say drivers are paying about $1 less per gallon than last year.
The Virginia Department of Health says it is monitoring a possible case of Ebola in Charlottesville.
Newport News police have arrested one suspect of a recent armed robbery, but are still trying to identify a second.
Good news for commuters in Portsmouth and Norfolk: there are no full-direction closures at the Downtown Tunnel this week.
A former CIA officer was sentenced Monday for leaking details of a secret mission to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
Pinky Sheets wants fencing to be required around retention ponds so tragic accidental drownings, like her son’s death, don’t happen.
The remnants of what had once been Tropical Storm Ana passed through Hampton Roads Monday.
Rain is finally tapering off across most of the region as the remnants of Ana push away from us.
The National Weather Service said Doppler radar indicated a waterspout near Manteo Monday evening.
Post season awards start rolling in for Spartans.
NFL suspends Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for first 4 games of season.
As Tropical Depression Ana pushed northeast, it made for a miserable Monday in the Outer Banks.
Chesapeake police closed a section of Kempsville Road, due to a vehicle crash Monday afternoon.
On Saturday, Hampton police arrested the man they believe is responsible for a shooting and robbery earlier this month.