Several institutions across the region have partnered to create a state-of-the-art anatomy lab for students studying in the health care field.
A famous face made her way to Roanoke to speak at Planned Parenthood's Spring Luncheon.
WDBJ 7 is bringing viewers continuing coverage of a story we brought you a few weeks ago about a man in the Dominican Republic. Jose Maria Valdez Encarnacion, 38, has been using velcro and a…
With gender identity struggles making their way into the headlines now, some parents might wonder what's "normal" when it comes to their own child's behavior.
Girl Scouts in Rockbridge County want to get people moving.
When someone is having a stroke, knowing what's happening and quickly getting help are both very important.
Most of the women who attend the Go Red For Women lunch will make one lifestyle change that will help their heart.
The deadline is nearing for the public to comment on Virginia's proposed settlement with Duke Energy on a 2014 coal ash spill.
The organization provides programs and services in the Roanoke Valley for those with a mental illness
Federal investigators say that a Tennessee man and his family used much of the $187 million they raised for cancer patients to buy cars, luxury cruises, pay for college tuition and employ family…
The Roanoke Valley is becoming a safer place for teens, according to The Roanoke Valley Prevention Council.
A few months ago, WDBJ 7 took viewers inside a place that is not open to the public. The University of Tennessee's Forensic Anthropology Center, also known as the Body Farm, plays a crucial role…
A published report says an Augusta County-area Child Protective Services office ignored dozens of calls to a child abuse hotline.
A preliminary state report says all of the fatal teenage overdoses in Virginia during a four-year period could have been prevented.
What would you do if you knew you had a gene mutation that put you at a high risk of developing cancer? One Roanoke County woman had that information- and decided to do something about it.
Also important to pay attention to humidity
Get Fit Dan River Region has teamed up with the Danville Fire Department this year to help pass out water all day.
Doctors at University of Virginia Medical Center say a patient being monitored there tested negative for Ebola on Monday.
Last week in Pulaski County, a woman pled guilty for altering a paper prescription – trying to get more pills than her doctor prescribed. It happens more often than one might think.
The March for Babies hopes to raise $150,000
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