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.
Try this award winning pie and so much more at Sweetwater Cuisine and the 3rd Annual Daniel’s Grace Roast on the River.
Remembering the U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship founder.
Providing sustenance, ease of financial burden, and support for daily living for families stricken with cancer.
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.
Meet the candidates that are running for Virginia’s 2nd District House of Representatives seat.
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.
Khan spoke at the Democratic National Convention in July where he said that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has “sacrificed nothing an…
Meet the candidates that are running for Virginia’s 3rd District House of Representatives seat.
The Chicago Cubs’ last title was 13 days after the first Ford Model T car was completed.
The largest auto-scandal settlement in the nation’s history was approved today by a federal judge.
Mark Herring has motioned for the Virginia Supreme Court to dismiss a petition for writ of innocence for one Chesapeake man.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe says a real estate research firm will bring more than 700 jobs to Richmond.