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A U.S. cargo vessel equipped with special gear could be neutralizing some of Syria's most dangerous chemical weapons at sea come January.
Last month, 25,000 builders and other construction professionals from around the world descended on Philadelphia for the GreenBuild conference to see the latest in eco-friendly design.
The Old Dominion University Board of Visitors approved a proposed campus master plan this morning that calls for ODU to double its classroom, research and student support space over the next 20 years, but stay within its current 250-acre footprint.
Traffic is being rerouted at Ingleside and East Princess Anne roads in Norfolk after a train derailed Thursday afternoon, according to the Norfolk police and fire departments.
A Norfolk & Portsmouth Belt Line Railroad train derailed at East Princess Anne and Ingleside roads in Norfolk Thursday afternoon causing traffic to be re-directed.
Actress Keira Knightley drew criticism for wearing her wedding dress for a third time.
Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe said Wednesday that Hampton Roads ' needs, particularly on transportation, will be a top priority in his administration, but called for greater regional cooperation during a session with reporters and editors from across Virginia at the annual AP Day at the Capitol.
Walmart, 1800 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 12/2 5:45 p.m. An employee reported that a male subject stole two televisions by walking with them in a cart out of the store past all points of sale.
In a boost to Mayport's manpower, the USS New York is leaving Norfolk, Va., heading to its new home Wednesday at Mayport Naval Station along with its 363 man crew.
The USS New York and a crew of about 360 left Norfolk, Virginia this morning and is headed here to Mayport Naval Station.
The U.S. narrowly avoided military action in Syria after Bashar al-Assad pledged to rid his country of chemical weapons.
For a long time, police didn't know when off-duty Norfolk officer Victor Decker was gunned down.
Rail service returned to Norfolk nearly a year ago after a decades-long hiatus. Daily service to Washington, D.C., and beyond began 10 months earlier than expected, meaning passengers used a trailer as a temporary station while the city built the new facility at the tracks near Harbor Park.
The City Council is eager to see a reduction in the number of animals euthanized at the city's shelter.
Oddly enough, public schools often use failed theories and methods. Some of these have been around for 75 years and are known to create problems.