We’ll see a pretty nice day, but clouds will be increasing from the south. Highs will mainly be in the 70s.
A school bus accident was reported near 21st Street and Colley Avenue in Norfolk, Wednesday morning.
Officials briefly closed the Godwin Bridge in both directions after a three-vehicle accident, Wednesday morning.
A man has died, after Suffolk firefighters pulled him from a burning car at a gas station Wednesday morning.
Suffolk Emergency Communications received a call for a moped accident in the 200 block of Pinner Street at 1:35 a.m. Wednesday.
Will budget problems in Portsmouth force the closing of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame?
Joan Barns with the Virginia Aquarium said their stranding response team picked up two dead animals at local beaches Tuesday.
There was a packed house in downtown Portsmouth Tuesday night for the city’s weekly council meeting.
Former William and Mary receiver’s stock has risen since wrapping up his college career.
ODU defeated UVA 3-1 in front of a record crowd at Harbor Park on Tuesday night.
Police say one person has died after a motorcycle crash in Newport News Tuesday night.
Virginia Beach police are investigating a burglary at the Girls on the Run of South Hampton Roads office on First Colonial Road.
Residents in the Larchmont and Edgewater neighborhoods are fed up with criminals cracking into their cars.
10 On Your Side’s Don Roberts gives his perspective on the violent riots in Baltimore, where he grew up.
While Va. Beach police look for the person who shot 3 teenagers, nearby residents have concerns about the park that’s close by.
Images from the past 24 hours in Baltimore have left many asking, “How do peaceful protests escalate to all out chaos?”
An Old Dominion University student robbed and beaten in his off-campus apartment earlier this month moved out Tuesday.
Police in Newport News say two men returned to a Shell station they had visited about an hour earlier and robbed it.
Detectives have arrested a suspect in the Oceanfront shooting death of 20-year-old Stratton Mitchell.
Hundreds of National Guardsmen patrolled the streets of Baltimore against unrest for the first time since 1968.
Historic arguments were heard Tuesday by U.S. Supreme Court justices, who will decide the same-sex marriage issue for the nation.