A non-profit organization is making sure the parkway looks its best on race day.
Taylor Schumann has been through an ordeal most will never know.And she says her year long journey of healing is a blessing and has cemented her faith.
A life is lost ever 74 seconds to the disease. That's why people from all over the region came together for the 5-th Annual Race for the Cure.
Visitors at The Virginia Museum of Transportation got a little taste of nostalgia this afternoon.
Economists say when a city or town is growing in size, that's always a good sign.
For more than one hundred years, the room behind the pulpit of Asbury Methodist Church in Rural Retreat was used for storage. Looking there today, one sees deep holes and brown dirt as a…
After almost a year serving overseas, one of WDBJ 7’s Hometown Heroes is home. Our cameras were rolling as Private First Class Sydney Jones surprised her family in their Roanoke home Thursday…
We've all got hobbies. But, one man's takes him to new highs and lows. Along the way, he's developed some followers. Some of his videos have more than 500-thousand views.
For decades it has been the voice of the African-American community.
Lynchburg is one step closer to getting a new performing arts venue.
A Roanoke man is trying to sing his way to the top of a national competition. Maurice Johnson needs your help in the WE tv singing competition, Raise Your Voice.
If you plan on flying Delta anytime soon, you may want to pick up a magazine on during the flight. The city of Roanoke is featured in the April 2014 issue of Delta Sky magazine.
Two American towns will win a 4th of July fireworks celebration in a contest called "Red, White, and You."
The movie, "Crossing Streets," has been shooting here in Roanoke for a few weeks now. Thursday, the cast and crew wrapped filming and invited WDBJ7 to tag along.
The supermarket will open one store soon in Bland, and the Galax store will open at an undisclosed later date.
Inside the Hardee's in Hillsville, five days a week, if you sneak behind the counter, you'll see a woman working in flour, dressed in white. You'll also hear every couple of minutes two tasty…
JoAnna Heaps of Salem writes a blog for WDBJ7. JoAnna is expecting quadruplets. She already has two children.
A Roanoke County singer is on the verge of getting a big break in show business, but he can't get there without a little help from you!
The Volvo production plant in Dublin will hire around 200 additional employees to meet increased demand, the company announced Tuesday.
You could call it the little project that could. It started with one penny, then a couple more. Now, more than 1.6 million pennies later, a Roanoke woman is in the running to win a national…
You've heard of running with the bulls, but what about running with the dogs?
Outside of the U.S. Army Recruiting Center in Roanoke, Sutton Smith who has leukemia arrives only to be greeted by service men and women. They wanted to surprise him with a fun obstacle.
A Martinsville man won $1 million on a Virginia Lottery scratcher ticket.
WDBJ 7 is bringing viewers a story that shows you should never give up. A 17-month-old girl has spent most of her life in and out of the hospital and now she has the community rallying behind…
Kenseth and his wife, Katie, welcomed their third daughter Tuesday night. Joe Gibbs Racing announced the birth of Clara Mae Kenseth in a Wednesday statement.
The Southern Virginia Child Advocacy Center is looking for volunteers for its CASA program.
A Lynchburg woman hopes to drive the road to success with her new car.
More than 200-students from Wasena, Highland, Morningside and Lincoln Terrace elementary schools are ready to break a leg! But their big show has much more than dancing.
For 11-years she was a fixture here at Your Hometown News Leader- anchoring the Saturday morning show and reporting on health stories that affected you and your family. Now, Joy Sutton is…
Appalachian Power is doing its part to make the city of Roanoke a little more green.
The denim, diamonds and glitz came out Saturday night all to help the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
The group of 11 dogs in Wythe County have a brand new shelter.
The streets of downtown Roanoke have become the backdrop for buddy-cop film "Crossing Streets." All of it will be shot on location in the Star City and boasts a largely home-grown cast and crew.
Local group holds 'happiness event' at Tanglewood Mall
An 84-year-old Martinsville bowler is showing a new crop of bowlers how its done.
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