Dozens show up to rally, march against hate

Dozens of people in Roanoke came together tonight to talk about how they can help end violence and hate.


The campaign rally will take place at Huguenot High School. The doors open at 5 p.m. and the rally officially starts at 7 p.m.



Peter Lewis, the founder of Apple Ridge Farm, is retiring and his son, John, is taking over as the nonprofit's executive director.


Any storms should taper off overnight with skies turning variably cloudy. Once again, patchy fog is possible early Sunday morning for a few hours after sunrise.


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Teen strikes and kills man mowing lawn in Newport News


Man heading to prison for biting child


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Obama signs bill requiring labeling of GMO foods


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Roanoke family about to make national TV debut


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