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2 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
A 42-year-old Williamsburg man was rushed to the hospital Wednesday morning after being struck by a station wagon on an Interstate 64 on-ramp at Mercury Boulevard, a Virginia State Police spokeswoman said.
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6 hrs ago | WVEC-TV Norfolk
Fire and Rescue received a call of an apartment fire in the 1100 block of LaSalle Avenue at 2:38 a.m. Units report seeing fire from a second floor window when they arrived.
13 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
Police arrested and charged a 19-year-old Hampton man last week they say shot a Newport News teen in a botched drug deal, a spokesman said.
Contractors are expected to begin framing homes in the next few weeks as Red Gate Farm begins to take shape.
A 67-year-old Hampton woman has died from her injuries in a vehicle crash Monday, according to Hampton police.
The Federal Highway Administration has given it's stamp of approval on the "Final Environmental Impact Statement" for a project that would widen I-64 from I-95 in Richmond to I-664 in Hampton, according to a statement released by Governor Bob McDonnell's office Tuesday.
For many, the first week of December signals the first full week of heavy-duty holiday shopping.
Fire crews were dispatched at about 9:10 a.m. to the 300 block of Roane Drive and found a fire at the back of home, said Capt.
Those mayors - Charles Wornom, James Eason, Joseph Spencer II, Mamie Locke, Ann Kilgore and Ross Kearney - represent close to two decades of service at the city's top elected seat.
A Hampton dad was arrested over the weekend for assaulting a man with a firearm in front of his three children, according to Newport News Police.
Commuters may be unaware that a Hampton-based company is operating the Portsmouth customer service center where drivers can register for accounts needed when tolling begins at the Midtown and Downtown tunnels.
The Hampton Police Department was unable to locate a suspect Saturday after an individual reported spotting someone who matched the description of a man wanted for abducting an Isle of Wight girl in October.
But Downtown Hampton really does have a row of restaurants. Five of them, in fact, all lined up on one side of East Queens Way.
The 23-foot-long sailboat sank off the 700 block of North First Street, according to Capt.