He talked about his character Marty, the former boyfriend of the bride and what it's like working eight shows a week on Broadway.
The United Way of Montgomery, Radford and Floyd is holding an early-morning fundraiser to help get your day started.
The 17th annual Lebanese Festival kicks off Friday, and the fun continues throughout the weekend.
A man in the Dominican Republic has reached the final leg of his journey to walk again. Viewers may remember Jose Encarnacion. For the past four years, he's been using a homemade prosthesis…
The Queen of Steam is headed home to Roanoke this Saturday.
A Hillsville policeman stopped a man Friday, but not because he committed a crime.
One Roanoke police officer's personal home video has gone viral and has thousands talking!
Hundreds of military veterans and supporters got a special salute at a Bedford County school Thursday.
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…
As of 7 p.m. Tuesday, the post had 20,423 shares. This all comes after Virginia Tech student Joseph Owusu had a blown tire on Route 220 South near Rocky Mount last week.
The recruits from Salem, Roanoke City and Roanoke County graduated from the regional academy Wednesday morning
Cave Spring High School was the top local high school on the list, earning a silver medal with a ranking of 29th in Virginia and 936th nationally.
Dr. Pepper Park will be home to a new event that features local craft brews.
The city of Roanoke is welcoming guests from Morocco and Tunisia for the next few days. This is the first year Total Action for Progress, also known as TAP, is participating in a Professional…
Roanoke's Crystal Spring Elementary is one of six schools in Virginia to receive a top honor.The Governor's Award for Educational Excellence recognizes high-achieving schools across Virginia,…
Brexton Locke Busch was born Monday night. The NASCAR star announced his arrival on social media with a photo of wife Samantha holding Brexton as Busch kisses her forehead.
It's not fun picking up after your pet, but doing so can save the environment and a few pairs of shoes.
Jacqueline Duvall won the top prize on a Virginia Lottery scratch ticket.
What may seem like a simple gesture can go a long way. Thursday, the Danville Elks Lodge provided a hot dog lunch for local veterans.
She's 92 years young and still tapping away.
Forget about the bones, some dogs in Franklin County are looking forward to wedding bells.
The Downtown Roanoke Co-op is the fastest growing store of its kind in the country.
Chuck Mason has been with the county since 1974, son Christian joined five months ago
Lady Astor's Coronation Ensemble is on display in Danville at the Langhorne House Museum.
It was prom night for some seniors in Botetourt County Friday night
One in eight people in our region struggle to put food on the table. That's why Feeding America Southwest Virginia teamed up with Food Lion and The National Letter Carriers Association for the…
Phil Trompeter officially retired as a Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court judge last week. He was on the bench for nearly 30 years.
This Saturday, there's an easy way the community can help feed hungry families across the region.
The first excursion is 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. June 6 and runs from Manassas to Front Royal.
The scholarship is valued at more than $140,000. Isabella Jessee hopes to be a doctor one day.
Students at a Roanoke County elementary school raised more than $10,000 for the American Heart Association through a jump rope event.
He was alive when Abraham Lincoln was president. He fought in the Civil War. And his daughter is still alive.
Habitat For Humanity and Lowe's Heroes are teaming up to celebrate National Women Build Week.
A domestic violence shelter in Lexington is on its way to meeting the needs of those in the community. Project Horizon's expansion is moving along as planned. Volunteers put in 6,000 hours of…
It was a gorgeous day to find some deals at yard sales across the Roanoke Valley. But one Roanoke boy's sale had a purpose!
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