Cities in Virginia with the most people using food stampsMargaret MinnicksNewsBreak Contributor
VA ABC making moves to cut theftWatchful EyeNewsBreak Contributor
Virginia Basketball legend Allen Iverson turns 48Cheryl E PrestonNewsBreak Contributor
Norfolk DMV Customer Service Center to Close Temporarily for RenovationsBob VidraNewsBreak Contributor
Virginia actor Grant Gustin is the latest victim of the celebrity hoaxCheryl E PrestonNewsBreak Contributor
Sources: Cory Bigsby charged in death of 4-year-old son, Codi
10 On Your Side has learned that Cory Bigsby was indicted on charges connected to the death of his 4-year-old son, Codi. Sources tell 10 On Your Side that Bigsby was indicted by a grand jury on Monday. The paperwork associated with the indictment has not been filed yet in Hampton Circuit Court, according to clerks in that office.
Hampton Roads residents 'should be alarmed' by interstate shootings, VSP says
Between Jan 1. and June 7 this year, Virginia State Police said there have been 18 shootings on the interstates in the Hampton Roads area.
Families of JMU students killed in crash want justice
The families of three James Madison University students killed in a car crash in West Virginia in February say they are looking forward to "holding the responsible parties accountable."
Police: 19-year-old dead in Hampton shooting
HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) – A 19-year-old has died after being shot inside a residence on Rotherham Lane in Hampton Thursday afternoon, Hampton Police said. Police responded to the 1st block of Rotherham Lane after Public Safety Communications received a call at around 3:37 p.m. in reference to a shooting that had taken place there.
List of Virginia 'hate groups' includes NN organization
A newly released list of so-called "hate groups" identified more than 40 organizations in Virginia, including one based in Newport News. List of Virginia ‘hate groups’ includes NN organization. A newly released list of so-called "hate groups" identified more than 40 organizations in Virginia, including one based in...
Judge orders Gloucester School Board to release audio of improper closed session
The Gloucester County School Board violated transparency laws when it held a closed meeting in 2021 to discuss “personnel matters” but instead talked about conflicts between board members, according to a local judge who ordered the county to pay $4,000 in legal fees and took the rare step of fining the board $250.
Teen drowns at Hampton pool: Police
Around 11:38 a.m. Tuesday, Hampton police received a call in reference to a drowning and unresponsive juvenile boy in the 800 block of Charlton Road.
Poquoson Police Department warns residents of recent vehicle larcenies
According to a Facebook post from the police department, they have received reports of vehicle larcenies from people who say they left their vehicles unlocked.
Williamsburg City Council Plans to Explore Separate School System for Improved Education Pathways
The Williamsburg City Council in Virginia has voted unanimously to begin a feasibility study into running its own school system, separate from James City County. The study will take place throughout the fall of 2023, followed by public input based on its findings.
Juneteenth 2023 events and celebrations
Take a look to see the Juneteenth events and closures in Hampton Roads. From cookouts to ceremonies to community festivals, there are plenty of ways to join neighbors, family, and friends.
Newport News man won $298K on EZ Match game
Irvin Brooks matched all five winning numbers during a January 31 drawing. His numbers were picked randomly by the computer and his winning number were 2-3-13-25-36.
Williamsburg teacher wins ‘Thank You’ vacation from Virginia Lottery
Amy Hertzler, who is a German teacher at Berkeley Middle School won a Virginia-themed vacation, which is valued at $2,5000, and a gift that can be used for luggage or technology.
Hampton police investigating hit & run on North King Street
Hampton police is investigating a hit and run involving a pedestrian in the 900 block of North King Street on Wednesday.
College Receives Two Grants for Southeast Newport News Initiatives
In the past year, Virginia Peninsula Community College has increased its presence in Southeast Newport News. Keisha Samuels, a professor and head of the College’s Human Services program, wanted to hear directly from residents so she began organizing focus groups, with the first of five in September 2022. One...
Jamestown Settlement hosting free Juneteenth events
JAMESTOWN, Va. — Jamestown Settlement will be presenting "A Prelude to Juneteenth" which will launch a series of community events in partnership with the Juneteenth Community Consortium. The anniversary of Juneteenth is approaching and people from across the country will be taking time to remember the historic moment when...
100 deadliest days: Yorktown mother shares danger after losing son in crash
The pain of losing a child will never go away for Tammy. Her son was a star athlete at Tabb High School in Yorktown and was passionate about soccer and track.
Newport News church hosts end of school year celebration
NEWPORT NEWS, VA. (WAVY) — First Baptist Church Morrison in Newport News will host an End of the School Year celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. “We wanted to take this opportunity to have them to relax and celebrate all of their accomplishments for this year,” said First Baptist Church Morrison Pastor William Spencer.
Hilton and Huntington beaches in Newport News under swim advisory
The Peninsula Health District has issued a swimming advisory for Hilton Park Beach and Huntington Park Beach due to bacteria levels in water samples exceeded the state water quality standard.
Mom Of 6-Year-Old Who Shot Teacher Now Facing Federal Gun Charges
Deja Taylor faces up to 25 years in prison on the new charges but is expected to get a far leaner sentence as part of a plea deal.
Silver Hand Meadery: A Model of Business Excellence in Williamsburg
Silver Hand Meadery has been awarded the 2023 Williamsburg Business Appreciation Award by the Williamsburg Economic Development Authority. The award recognizes a business's contribution to the betterment of the City. Criteria include a physical presence in the City of Williamsburg, being in business for at least five years, employing fewer than 100 people, demonstrating innovation, excellent customer service, and environmental sensitivity.
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