Hampton Roads residents protest tunnel tolls

Hampton Roads residents maintain that tolls will kill Portsmouth.

GOP calls Dems’ Senate takeover ‘outrageous power grab’

In what Republicans called “a Virginia version of Harry Reid’s nuclear option,” Democrats invoked new rules giving them control of all state Senate committees. With Democratic Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam casting the tie-breaker Tuesday, the evenly split Senate was reorganized ...

Suffolk to provide tour of Underground Railroad

"The Underground Railroad Experience: Moses Grandy Slave Narrative, Great Dismal Swamp and Hampton Roads Historic Sites" is a monthly day bus tour traveling throughout Hampton Roads.

Richmond Juvenile Detention Center receives certification

Less than two years after it was unceremoniusly closed over unsafe conditions brought to light by the Virginia State Conference NAACP, the city’s Juvenile Detention Center has been certified for three years. The unsafe conditions included broken equipment, lack of ...

Development of 21st Century Science Park

Hampton is planning to develop a 21st Century Science Park.

Why does he get a pass for cheating but she doesn't

There are different views on the subject of cheating. How do you feel about it?

Regional jail resolve: Increase rate or inmates?

The Hampton Roads Regional Jail is struggling with ideas on how to pay bills.

Guardians reflect on downward trend of crime in Richmond

Richmond Guardian Angels Commander Jo White is celebrating a steady decline in crime over the past few years and is hopeful that it remains that way. White notes that in 2007, the city ranked as fifth worst city with populations ...

Lettuce bikinis launch vegetarian campaign

Norfolk's freezing temperatures may have broken records from 18 years ago on Tuesday, but that didn't stop PETA's "Lettuce Ladies" from hitting the Monticello Station in bikinis made out of lettuce. They were there to distribute free veggie burgers to ...

Free pass for military through PreCheck lines

Another concession will be made for brave men and women who defend our country.

New Black history museum opens in Portsmouth

A new museum on the Southside holds artifacts that tell the story of Blacks in Portsmouth.

2013 Year in Review

Let's take a look back at top events that occurred throughout the Tidewater area since June.

Cook-Out may be coming to Hampton

Cook-Out officials are seeking a location in Hampton.

Chesapeake forced to manually recount ballots

The state Board of Elections has informed Chesapeake city officials that 61,000 paper ballots must be rallied manually.

Williamsburg Regional Library receives high rating for sixth straight year

"Library Journal: has rated Williamsburg Regional Library as one of the best public libraries in the U.S.