Money and pledges keep coming in for the scholarships honoring Alison Parker and Adam Ward.
Students from Washington & Lee University are working hard to build a home for a family in Roanoke.
Some veterans took a walk down memory lane in Roanoke. A group of veterans meets on the first Wednesday of every month at The Roanoker Restaurant so they can eat lunch and share stories.
Grant Smythers is paying tribute to Adam Ward.
Sports fans have the chance to score some box seats for the upcoming high school football season in Salem.This is the second year Salem’s school system is offering these boxes to the general…
The project almost didn't happen, but the owner of Signarama said he and his employees stepped up to do the right thing.
Two guys, one camera and some Subway sandwiches. It’s the ingredients for a social media sensation and so much more. WDBJ 7’s Nadine Maeser found Dylan Furrow and Levi Cornett on social media…
It's a tradition going all the way back to 1961.
After a store owner checked a Dublin woman’s Cash 5 lottery ticket, he gave her quite the reaction.
He just turned 100 years old but that's not stopping one Danville man from hitting the golf ball three days a week.
Some kids in our area are starting the new school year with fresh haircuts, thanks to one salon.
A unique bird is recovering from a serious injury, thanks to the Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center. The center received a call a couple of weeks ago regarding an injured bird after some people…
Tomato, to-mah-to. However you say it, you'll find plenty of them at Saturday's eighth annual Eastmont Tomato Festival.
WDBJ 7 is learning just how successful a recent job fair in Roanoke was for dozens of unemployed people. Community Cultivators Incorporated organized and put on the event "Putting Roanoke Back…
Organizers are looking for more people to help with an attempt to break the world record for the largest tennis tournament. The current record is 256 people.
The Tickets for Troops Initiative lets fans make a $5 donation to help send a member of the armed forces and their loved ones to the game against the Potomac Nationals.
After Terrence Spencer scratched off a $2.5 million winning lottery ticket, he didn’t think it was true.
A series of unfortunate events took a happy turn in Patrick County.
The city of Salem is getting a brand new turf field. According to city officials, turf at the city’s sports complex was installed back in 2008.
National Night Out is an annual nationwide effort to put police officers in neighborhoods making positive interactions that will hopefully lead to better communities.
Roanoke City Schools are making great strides when it comes to getting students to graduate on time. Superintendent Rita Bishop released the latest numbers Monday morning at a joint meeting…
Construction is moving along at Round Hill Elementary School in Roanoke. So far this summer, construction crews have managed to build 12 new classrooms, renovate six existing classrooms and…
The Roanoke Rescue Mission hasn't received as many donations as it would have liked to for its annual Back 2 School Blast event. Parkway Brewing saw the call for donations on Facebook and…
The community on Taylor's Mountain is coming together to remember the Lyon Sisters. Katherine and Sheila Lyon disappeared back in 1975, but they've been making headlines because of some big…
The Renaissance Academy teaches young boys citizenship, character, and a drive to serve others.
New River Computing is hosting the fundraiser and will give all donations to the Women's Resource Center of the New River Valley.
Community Cultivators Incorporated is trying to put Roanoke back to work. A street rally/job fair took place Friday along Melrose Avenue in Roanoke.
The Salem Red Sox are playing for some four legged fans this weekend. Volunteers from Smiles Forever Animal Rescue will be serving food and drinks at the game on Sunday.
The Science Museum of Western Virginia has some new guests in town.
An award-winning children's author and artist made a stop in Roanoke Thursday night. Kadir Nelson spoke to children and adults at Community High School.
A summer camp for kids that teaches more than just basketball.
What you wear into a job interview can make a big difference in confidence and chances of getting an offer.
A Lynchburg woman is proving employees at the bottom of a workplace can eventually rise to the top.
Roanoke City residents will soon see changes to the way they can recycle. Officials are switching to a single stream recycling program.
Military veterans come to the aid of a comrade in Bedford County.
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