NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) - Beginning next spring, Frontier Airlines will no longer offer daily non-stop service between Newport News and Denver.
Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport officials say Frontier will reduce daily non-stop service to three days per week.
Frontier spokeswoman Kate O'Malley tells The Daily Press that the service will be changed to a level that makes economic sense and can be supported by available aircraft time.
O'Malley says the revised schedule will go into effect May 1, 2013 and run through Labor Day 2013. It will be subject to review after then.
She says the route is a strong summer performer.
The airport lost flights last spring when AirTran Airways left.
Airport executive director Ken Spirito says efforts are continuing to bring a new carrier to the airport.
Hampton Roads Transit customers could see higher fares to ride the bus, light rail and ferry.
Running a red light could cost you a hefty fine, even if an officer doesn't pull you over. Cameras are going up at intersections across Hampton Roads, and the most recent went live Monday in downtown Norfolk.
Some local families who lost a loved one during active duty military service boarded a special flight out of Norfolk Thursday morning.
Thousands of EMTs and paramedics checked their bank accounts Thursday for one last scheduled payment from the company that suddenly laid them off, but found nothing.
A Newport News man is charged for allegedly sexually assaulting a young girl.
Police say a 19-year-old was shot Thursday evening in Newport News.
Three separate crashes on Interstate 664 occurred at the same time Thursday morning, causing headaches for motorists.