Bring the whole family, including your pets to Bunnyville!
Preparing young ladies for a bright future.
From shamrocks to green beer, this quiz has a little bit of everything in it.
Oral Surgery of Tidewater can help you change your look, add self esteem and provide confidence.
Patrick Evans-Hylton covers the culinary beat and its been busy and tasty!
Fresh cold water lobsters from Maine turned out succulent and delicious.
A Hampton fire truck was involved in a three-vehicle accident in the intersection of Andrews Boulevard and Woodland Road, Tuesday.
A Virginia Beach man charged with trying to steal a child has pled not guilty by reason of insanity.
Thousands of runners hit the streets of Newport News Sunday morning to participate in the inaugural One City Marathon.
“He was my guardian angel that day,” said crash survivor Larry Coulter. “Of that I have no doubt.”
Police are still searching for a Cadillac and the three men accused of stealing it.
Two of three charges were dropped Tuesday morning for a man accused of trespassing and taking a hatchet into Salem High School.
St. Patrick’s Day isn’t just for the Irish or humans! Pets are going green for the big day and we’re collecting some of the best mugs to sha…
Norfolk police says no one was injured after a stolen vehicle crashed into a school bus Tuesday morning.
We are going to have one more warm day, and then it will get much cooler. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
Call it the battle of the watchdogs.
Research by a doctoral candidate at East Carolina University is suggesting that the number of large and potentially dangerous sharks in the …
North Carolina residents unhappy with announcements by their two U.S. senators that they’ll oppose the nomination of Greensboro native Loret…
North Carolina officials are reporting whether the state’s employers continued responding to an improving economy by hiring more workers.
Congress is talking about taxes, road building and efficient transportation and wants to hear from North Carolina’s governor.
Some 900,000 Virginians participated in the annual statewide tornado drill Tuesday morning.