HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) - Algae blooms appear every summer in the Chesapeake Bay and it's tributaries, but they could be deadly for sea animals.
10 On Your Side Photojournalist Larry Carney took a ride with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation to learn why the blooms are bad for the ecosystem.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation says there are some easy steps you can take to keep the algae blooms away: don't Fertilize your yard, pick up pet waste, and plant more trees in your yard.
Winter's bone chilling temperatures can wreak havoc at your home, sometimes leading to frozen pipes.
A pet adoption discount is helping animals in Hampton Roads find new homes.
Newport News police officers are in the middle of a massive operation to get wanted criminals out of the neighborhoods. They are rounding up everyone who has an outstanding warrant.