The next Olympics are still a year away, and already, Shaun White is thinking about the games after that.
Virginia House Republicans have voted not to confirm the state’s sitting inspector general, citing their disappointment in how she handled t…
Spicer said “anyone who undermines the success of that raid owes an apology and [does] a disservice” to the life of Chief Petty Officer Will…
Event Staffing, Inc. will host a job fair on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Norfolk Scope.
The suspects stole cell phones and money — both from the register and from one of the three employees working at the time.
Donjenah Emanuel Barnes was last seen around 11:00 a.m. Wednesday. Police said Thursday that he had been located.
Paul James Fraki pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated involuntary manslaughter and one count of driving under the influence.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Perriello says if elected he’ll work to block construction of two proposed natural gas pipelines.
In May 2015, Andre Wiggins’ family said he suffered several injuries while in police custody.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe vowed to veto any bill that discriminates against LGBTQ people at a reception hosted Tuesday night
Miss Teen Virginia from Cox High School has used her new celebrity to do some pretty magical things in the community.
Discussion on the easiest and most affordable way to pay for tolls in the Hampton Roads Area using EZ Pass.
A porter house steak stars in this three course meal Chef Bob says you can make at home.
Career Life Prep from Bryant & Stratton College.
Emancipation Oak in Hampton holds great African American history and it is being highlighted during Black History Month.
BayPort Credit Union has two programs to make it easier for you to purchase your first or next home.
A superstar musician is performing this weekend for a great cause AND the Norfolk Botanical Gardens have a special event for you and your pu…
Charlie Rose, a North Carolina native and co-anchor of “CBS This Morning,” said he will undergo heart surgery Thursday with plans to return …
Yoder was also ordered to pay $364,660 in criminal restitution.
Administrators are reviewing surveillance video from the hallway outside the bathroom as part of their investigation.
Cats would keep their claws under a bill that would make New Jersey the first state to prohibit declawing.
A man is wanted in Chesapeake for reportedly stealing several cases of beer from two convenience stores in mid-January.
The law was approved in December, just two weeks before Roy Cooper took over as governor.
A ruling could come as early as Wednesday and could be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The suspect in this case entered the shop on West Mercury Boulevard Tuesday evening, pulled out a gun and demanded money.