Thousands of participants came out to the shorelines Saturday to do their part this weekend for the 27th Clean the Bay Day.
Officials said the vehicle was travelling in the westbound lane of Terminal Blvd. when the child opened the rear door of the car and jumped …
Police say the 17-year-old lost control of the vehicle, ran off the road and struck several trees.
Detectives are working to find out who shot and killed a man early Saturday morning.
A Norfolk man faces life in prison after pleading guilty Friday to drug conspiracy and firearms charges.
A high rise in downtown Hampton was evacuated Friday afternoon, while firefighters investigated smoke in the stairwell.
The Hickory baseball team is back in the state playoffs after defeating Menchville 7-4 on Friday night.
ODU basketball coach Jeff Jones gives Bruce Rader an update on his surgery for prostate cancer went.
An Outer Banks man faces several charges after deputies say he stabbed a man he knew several times Thursday night.
The mightiest ship in the year’s Parade of Sail was the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle
Amazing heroics proved to be potentially life-saving on Friday, when a vehicle crashed into a McDonald’s drive-through and caught fire.
Swimming advisories have been issued for two beaches in Newport News.
10 On Your Side is taking you aboard one of the mightiest ships in this year’s Parade of Sail on the Norfolk waterfront.
A Bethel High School student is in custody after being accused of assaulting a teacher last Thursday.
Hampton police are investigating multiple reports of shots fired near an apartment complex Friday afternoon.
A violent sex offender wanted in Chesapeake for probation violation was captured Thursday by a U.S. Marshals fugitive task force.
Norfolk police are looking for two men who robbed a convenience store early Friday morning.
10 On Your Side learned the woman was on the Norfolk Rebel when she lost her balance and fell into the water.
Police are looking for a man accused of using a stolen credit card at a Newport News 7-Eleven.
Officer Melissa Moore turned herself into police Thursday after an investigation handled by Virginia State Police.
Police say the two men are accused of robbing a Come and Go Convenience Store and a 7-Eleven in Hampton.