Halloween candy is not always a good thing, especially for children with allergies.
Healing Waters is a national organization with a chapter in Roanoke
NTelos Wireless and Black Dog Salvage managed to raise $3,000 in just a few weeks. A check was handed over to the Roanoke Valley SPCA Wednesday to help curb black dog syndrome.
A new business is coming to downtown Roanoke. According to a spokeswoman for the City Market Building, a restaurant called Scrambled will open in December.
Terrence Titus was killed in June of 1965 during the Vietnam War. His family was recognized in his honor in Bedford.
The Antares rocket is supposed to launch at 6:22 p.m. on Tuesday.
Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital is making history. As of last week, it is the first medical center in the state to implant a new wireless monitoring sensor into patients so doctors can manage…
The program is called the Botetourt Beautiful Program. It provides guidelines and requirements for volunteers to get involved with upkeep or improvements at a property of their choice.
After spending more than a year in Afghanistan, soldiers from a Smyth County unit are back home.
A Troutville teenager is getting a big boost in her quest to raise money for a new playground.
You’ll want to spend your Friday night in Vinton if you’re looking for a fun event that will benefit a good cause. The Franklin County Humane Society Planned Pethood & Adoption Center is…
A tradition more than 100 years in the making was introduced to many first-year Hollins University students Thursday.
We're always looking for a story that's just a little bit different. A Southwest Virginia man says he has seen Bigfoot five times.
Cirque du Soleil's Varekai show brings a whole new meaning to "circus."
The town of Vinton is considering building a new skate park. A faith-based organization called Invoke Ministries brought the idea to town leaders.
A Rocky Mount woman is proving age isn't anything but a number, when it come opening a business.
Whether you're a big NASCAR fan or not, race weekend at the Martinsville Speedway does a lot of good for that region.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Tuesday that Andrews Farming Inc., and its sister company ANDCO Logistics Inc., will invest more than $5.6 million to expand their operation in Carroll County…
Before you know it the holiday season will be here, and many people will begin their holiday shopping. For some families, that won't be the reality.
After a 20-year hiatus, Franklin County High School's homecoming parade is happening for the fourth year in a row.
Roanoke is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the valley's seven sister cities.
WDBJ 7 got a glimpse inside the life of a Roanoke police recruit on Monday. Every year, dozens of men and women for the city and county go through nearly 30 weeks of training before they can…
Students at Fishburn Park Elementary School in Roanoke are taking an artistic approach to helping the environment.
Even with the rain, WDBJ7's WeatherFest continued today in downtown Roanoke.
Get them while they're hot! Krispy Kreme management says they're "close" to opening their doors in Northwest Roanoke.
The group Honor Flight continues to bring veterans to the National D-Day Memorial. Friday, a group of World War II and Korean War vets visited Bedford on their way to Washington, DC.
A Roanoke man has scored a triple play. James Kronenburg won $100,000 three times in the same drawing with the Virginia Lottery’s Cash 5 game.
Bill Nye the Science Guy made a special visit to Washington and Lee University. The event "Contact Presents: An Evening with Bill Nye" was free and open to the public, but seating was limited…
It's not exactly NASCAR but it still draws quite a crowd.
Earl Kirks Jr. of Dry Fork matched all five winning numbers in the $1,000,000 Money Ball game.
A two-story, 350-ton structure was on the move Thursday night in Lexington. The Knights of Pythias house moved down Main Street to a new location.
Angels of Assisi stepped up to the challenge and won $30,000 for placing the most pets
What started as a joke tweet has turned into a fundraising campaign led by Hokie fans.
It's a normal day's at the Alsco facility. It's a place where textiles and linens are cleaned. It’s also a place where ex-offenders are getting a fresh start.
This Saturday, you can slither you way into a whole new environment at the Virginia Museum of Natural History.
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