Man holds illegal puppy giveaway at SPCA
A man tried to pass out unweaned puppies in the Virginia Beach SPCA parking lot Tuesday, breaking state laws.
VB Schools superintendent is on short list for NC position
Dr. James Merrill, superintendent of Virginia Beach City Public Schools, has been named as a finalist for superintendent of Wake County schools in North
Local FEMA reps help out in OK
Local FEMA representatives are in Moore, Oklahoma supporting those affected in the tornado aftermath.
Shopping around can help save on E-Z Passes
Some WAVY.com research proves you can save on E-Z Passes by shopping around.
Suspects charged in VB homicide
Two suspects have been identified in the homicide of Ronald Jamall Green.
Dozens of jobs coming to Newport News
Governor Bob McDonnell announced Tuesday dozens of new jobs will soon be coming to Newport News.
Judge still says no tolls on tunnels
Portsmouth Circuit Judge James Cales refused to suspend his May 1 ruling that prohibited tolls on the Downtown and Midtown Tunnel.
Police investigate armed robbery at gas station
Police are investigating an armed robbery at an Exxon gas station in Suffolk.
Dead driver's family critical of police
One day after a deadly police-involved shooting in the Ghent section of Norfolk, investigators confirm officers were never struck by gunfire.
No charges likely in Va. parade crash
Authorities say the driver who plowed into dozens of hikers marching in a Virginia mountain town's parade won't likely face charges.
Mom, friend accused in 25-week abortion
Two women are accused of performing an illegal abortion on a fetus at 25 weeks gestation in April.
Police: Man hid stolen perfume in helmet
Virginia Beach Police are asking for help identifying a man who they say stole several perfumes from the Sears store at Pembroke Mall.
Man dies days after being dragged
A man hit by a car and dragged for 4 miles following a street race has died from his injuries, according to police.
USS Merrimack heading out for recycling
The USS Merrimack will be recycled in the city where it was built.
Woman who lied about sex assault pleads guilty
A woman who sent a man to prison in connection to a false report of a sexual assault has pleaded guilty.
Operation Blessing to aid tornado victims
A local organization is making the trip to Oklahoma to assist the victims of the deadly tornado.