A security camera near Slover Library may have captured a clue to the cause of last month’s explosion at Selden Arcade.
A mom claims the Air Force didn’t do enough to keep a local airman from engaging in an illegal relationship with her teen daughter.
A year after a gunman took his son’s life, a local father talked about the family’s journey through grief and the beauty of his legacy.
New city ordinances are forcing teenagers on the Peninsula to go home a little earlier each night.
Naomi Mitchell has been competing– and winning– since she was 8, and now is working towards a professional career.
Many of us feel lost without our cells phones, but when a Hampton man’s phone was stolen, he actually lost a piece of his heart.
A local mother is pleading for the public’s help in finding the gunman who killed her son.
The Commonwealth’s attorney has cleared Va. Beach officers in 3 recent police-involved shootings and a controversial Oceanfront arrest.
Senator Tim Kaine toured Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Wednesday then he paid a visit to WAVY to discuss what he observed.
Advice from the experts at Bon Secours Hampton Roads Neurovascular Center.
An investigation is underway after police say vandals broke into offices at Kingsmill Golf Course.
Police have a person in custody for an attempted robbery at the SunTrust Bank on North Battlefield Bolvd.
Counting Kindness with Jen Lewis
Chef Ryan Norris from Riverwalk Restaurant at the Yorktown Waterfront.
Grand Pirates Ball and fireworks highlight the big weekend of pirate fun.
Just before 2:30 a.m., someone called 911 to report that a man was breaking into a window to get into the restaurant in the 1800 block of Gr…
A man attempting to cross Route 199 Wednesday was struck and killed by an oncoming 18-wheeler.
The National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting a 70 percent likelihood of 6 to 11 named storms.
The man found guilty of killing a Virginia Beach pharmacist was sentenced to life in prison, plus 48 years.
The incident occurred on May 9, around 12:13 a.m.
The nation’s obese population keeps going up and a new study maps the places where you’re likely to find the highest and lowest rates of obe…