A sign of economic strength has arrived in Norfolk.
Portsmouth police say one person was taken into custody at Cumberland Avenue and Turnpike Road after a pursuit, Thursday morning.
McDonald’s may be developing a taste for a new ingredient as it fights to reinvent itself: Kale.
Amid the tornado damage in the Oklahoma City area, authorities have also been dealing with high waters left behind by the storms.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler is tracking an area of low pressure to our south. Read more on his blog post for May 7, 2015.
One Maroon 5 fan took things a little too far, pelting the band’s star singer, Adam Levine, with a “sugar bomb.”
Lumber Liquidators says it is suspending the sales while a board committee completes a review of its sourcing compliance program.
One person was injured after a truck collided with a City of Norfolk lawn mower, Thursday morning.
A woman in Chesapeake has is asking for $2.35 million claiming the company caused her to have a heart attack during a customer service call.
Humanitarian staff and volunteers from the Christian Broadcasting Network have treated more than 500 people in Nepal.
The city of Hampton will pay a hefty sum to settle a federal lawsuit.
Investigative Reporter Chris Horne looks into how those emails could affect you.
Norfolk police are looking for three men accused of three armed robberies in Norfolk and one in Virginia Beach, early Thursday morning.
A group of local firefighters is far from home, sharpening their rescue skills.
Newport News police arrested and charged a 17-year-old with murder, months after a woman was found dead inside an apartment.
The husband of Suffolk’s city manager is under investigation by Suffolk police.
Former Admiral Tyler Johnson’s 8th goal of the playoffs came with 1.1 to play and was the game-winner vs. Montreal.
Portsmouth police received three 911 calls Wednesday night for shootings in the same residential area.
The 2015 NOAA Hurricane Awareness Tour paid a visit to Norfolk International Airport Tuesday, May 5.
Va. Beach fire officials say carpet cleaner may be to blame after a number of people got sick at an office building Wednesday evening.
There’s an area of low pressure to the east of Florida that has a 60% chance of developing into a subtropical cyclone this week.