MUST SEE

7-logo-25x25

UPDATE: Police find Hayleigh Wilson, Ben Shook

UPDATE: Missing 14-year-old Hayleigh Wilson and known sex offender Benjamin Shook have been found.

More »
Two credible leads in search for Hayleigh Wilson

WATCH LIVE: News conference on finding Hayleigh Wilson, Ben Shook

Authorities are planning to hold a news conference at 10:30 a.m.

More »

CRIME TOP STORIES

The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children

UPDATE: Police find Hayleigh Wilson, Ben Shook

UPDATE: Missing 14-year-old Hayleigh Wilson and known sex offender Benjamin Shook have been found.

Third arrest made in connection to 2014 Danville murder

A third arrest has been made in a murder that happened in Danville last fall.

Shayne Dwyer/WDBJ7

Woman unknowingly gave directions to Ben Shook and Hayleigh Wilson

Police said known sex offender Ben Shook and Tennessee teen Hayleigh Wilson stopped at a house in Smyth County last Monday and talked to a woman. The woman's father said she didn't know about the case and unknowingly gave the two who claimed to be lost hikers directions.

MontgomeryCounty

UPDATE: Montgomery Co. deputies release name of man fleeing warrant

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Timothy Rader. He is 5'3" and 160 pounds.

Commonwealth's Attorney in Roanoke talks about lack of cooperation in criminal investigations

WDBJ 7

Lack of cooperation in criminal investigations leaves criminals on the streets in Roanoke

Investigators in Roanoke have yet to make an arrest in Thursday night’s shooting along Forest Park Boulevard. According to a Roanoke City Police spokesman, those involved in the shooting have been unwilling to help investigators.

Police investigating shooting on Forest Park Blvd. in Roanoke

Roanoke police say a man was shot in the arm in the 900 block of Forest Park Boulevard near Forest Park Academy a little after 6 p.m.

Radford developer indicted for fraud, money laundering

The U.S. Attorney's Office says Mark Kinser stole $500k from employee pensions

Virginia expands DNA database to include more disdemeanors

WDBJ 7

New law expands Virginia's DNA database

The chances of a person's DNA going into Virginia’s forensic database just got bigger. Effective July 1, the Commonwealth is expanding it.

LATEST SLIDESHOWS

IRRESISTIBLE HEADLINES

ENTERTAINMENT HEADLINES

1 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.
Advertisement

Most Popular

Advertisement

TOOLBOX

Advertisement