Students across the Hampton Roads region are heading back to school Tuesday for the 2018-19 year.
The Hampton NAACP will cheer on students as they enter the renamed Cesar Tarrant Middle School starting at 8:30.
Local hair salon provides free haircuts for nearly 100 students.
Public schools start Tuesday, and that means more traffic on the roads -- including lots of school buses.
Where will your children be after the final school bell each day? Many will go home to empty houses, but what is the law for leaving your kids home alone?
Chesapeake is one of the districts in this region improving security measures to keep your kids safe this school year.
There's no question bullying can do real long term damage to a victim, but a Virginia law aimed at helping with the problem may be a waste of time in some cases.
Just thinking about head lice makes you itch, doesn't it?
Another 10 On Your Side success, thanks to our generous Hampton Roads community.
Mental illness affects a lot of people, with one in five teens living with a condition that needs treatment.