An 18-year-old Newport News man is in the hospital recovering after police say a 15-year-old shot him on 31st Street Sunday afternoon.
Greenbrier Christian Academy Superintendent Ron White tells WAVY.com the hack was noticed around 7 a.m. Sunday and has been reported to the …
Political controversy and rain did little to dampen spirits at the annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in the Ocean View.
Virginia Wesleyan is moving on to the DIII Final Four after defeating Randolph-Macon 49-47.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) The Coast Guard responded to a ferry that ran aground Saturday approximately one mile south of Ocracoke, North Caroli…
A Virginia Beach Police cruiser was involved in a car accident Saturday just before 5 p.m.
Hampton University is going to the NCAA Tournament after defeating Delaware State to win the MEAC championship.
Norcom won its second consecutive state championship by defeating King’s Fork 52-40 on Saturday at the Siegel Center in Richmond.
Norview lost in the 5A state championship game to Henrico 78-64.
Virginia Beach, Va. (NBC News) — A Virginia Beach photographer and veteran posted a photo Sunday of her friend, also a Navy veteran, holding…
Hampton advances to the MEAC title game after defeating Norfolk State in the semifinals 75-64.
Meyera Oberndorf accomplished many things during her time in office, but one of her biggest passions was for the city’s library system.
MEAC Tournament fans have have packed into downtown Norfolk restaurants and hotel rooms all week.
Ramp closures are scheduled for I-264 in Virginia Beach.
Virginia lost in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament, falling to North Carolina 71-67
A center that treated more than 100 children with mental health issues closed its doors Friday, amid a fraud investigation.
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, the radar is showing some green.
More tolls are guaranteed for Hampton Roads. The question is: how many and when?
The Commonwealth’s attorney continues to investigate the case of a mom who shot an intruder in her Grace Drive home.
Some York County businesses say they are losing customers, due to ongoing construction on George Washington Memorial Hwy.