President responds, lays out strategy to defeat ISIS

President Barack Obama wants to conduct "a systematic campaign of airstrikes" against ISIS and increase U.S. support to the forces fighting on the ground,

September is Hunger Action Month

The beginning of September marks the start of Hunger Action Month, where the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore along with other food banks in the Feeding America network hold events throughout the country to inspire people to ...

Senator Kaine meets with service members

Sen. Tim Kaine recently visited Spain and met with Virginia service members.

Newport News assistant police chief named

Stacy Kelly has been named the new assistant police chief for Newport News.

Hampton City Schools to use new software to manage visitors

Hampton City Schools have one-upped a website that will locate sex offenders living in the vicinity.

Senator Warner talks student debt at ODU and W&M

Sen. Mark Warner recently spoke to Old Dominion University and The College of William and Mary students about debt.

Senior citizens picket Hampton's State of the City Address

Hampton senior citizens picketed Mayor George Wallace's state of the city address.

McAuliffe launches efforts to expand health services

Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) has launched "A Healthy Virginia", a 10-step plan to expand health care services to over 200,000 Virginians, according to his office. The "unprecedented action" by any governor in Virginia history includes authorizations of four emergency regulations, ...

Virginia voters strongly agree with McDonnell verdict

More than two out of three Virginia voters agree with the jury that found former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen guilty in their federal corruption trial.

No charges in child's fatal shooting

The Richmond Police Commonwealth's Attorney Michael Herring will not file charges in the shooting death of a four-year-old girl.

Former Governor Bob McDonnell found guilty

Former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were found guilty of public corruption.

Grant put in place to help at-risk students

Schools in Newport News and Hampton were awarded money to fund programs for at-risk youth over the next three years.

TNCC to offer classes for veterans and active duty

Thomas Nelson Community College will begin offering college credit classes at Fort Eustis and Langley Air Force Base.

German manufacturer to bring more jobs to Newport News

Gov. Terry McAuliffe recently announced that 500 new jobs will be coming to Newport News.

Mobile app puts school menus at your fingertips

The free app — School Lunch by Nutrislice — can be downloaded for iPhones from Apple’s App Store and for Android phones from Google’s Play store. Also, the school system’s website provides a link: mychesterfieldschools.nutrislice.com.