12 p.m. ET: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden holds a news conference on the Ebola outbreak.
At Friday night’s Cave Spring game, a group of Franklin County High School students were on hand producing a TV show called FFE Playback.
High school football season brings athletes, marching bands, cheerleaders, screaming fans and of course, Friday Football Extra.
Homeowners and business owners will get another chance to say how they feel about a new fast food restaurant in Roanoke County.
The Virginia Department of Health is offering free vaccines to uninsured people at the Hillsville Flea Market on Labor Day weekend.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia is releasing a rescued Bald Eagle on Thursday at Claytor Lake State Park.
Goodwill is using its green thumb to grow the community around it.
A program in the city of Roanoke is doing so well that it is catching attention from other agencies in our area.
Donald Stanley won the top prize in the Virginia Lottery’s All About the Benjamins Scratcher game.
A budget shortfall put a halt to the swimming program at the Franklin County YMCA in 2007. Seven years later, kids are heading back to the water.
Some of the best cities in the state to call home can be found right here in our region.
A car dealership says it wants to buy Calfee Park and pay for repairs needed at the facility
As the school year sets in, those at the Virginia Museum of Transportation welcome all local classrooms to visit.
A local company is taking the ALS ice bucket challenge to a whole new level. Carter Machinery gave new meaning to big bucket.
Tables were filled with jewelry including earrings and necklaces handmade by residents. Christmas decorations, furniture, televisions and baked goods will be for sale.
Two local businesses are teaming up to help battle what is known as “Black Dog Syndrome.” It's a nationwide issue affecting black dogs and cats.
A local organization will be working throughout the night and into the early morning hours at the request of Roanoke County's Planning and Zoning Department.
On Thursday, about 80 people came to Straight Street in downtown Roanoke for training.
Communities across Virginia are getting funding to help offer tutoring and other educational services to students and their families.
Wednesday is National Lemonade Day and Red Robin is celebrating for a good cause.
Less than a month ago, WDBJ 7 told you about a disabled Army veteran that had his only means of transportation stolen from him in broad daylight. George Mullins came by the WDBJ 7 studio Tuesday…
Herman "Hy" Goldman turned 101 this weekend and won't quit after 73 years working at the same New Jersey job.
A Pulaski man has quit his job of 12 years to run across country to raise awareness for suicide prevention.
A Roanoke World War II veteran got the rare chance to be back in the cockpit Friday morning.
New jobs are coming to Smyth County, said Gov. Terry McAuliffe in an announcement on Friday.
A cat named Gizmo has only minor injuries after a nine-story fall at a Manhattan apartment building.
If you run a non-profit, the rule is whenever you can get free help you take it. A group called the Fine HeArts is bringing life to plain white walls for the four and-five year-old head start…
An event in Danville is helping out soldiers from our area who are stationed in Afghanistan and Kuwait.
A class at Virginia Tech has great health benefits and you never have to lift a finger. It may be the happiest workout of your life. It’s called Laughter Yoga.
It's no doubt that Dairy Queen's blizzards are a sweet treat. But on Thursday, they taste even sweeter.
It's still August, but one Roanoke family is already preparing for cooler temperatures. Lillian Newman found herself unable to pay her bills after last year's brutal winter, but thanks to some…
She's one of 12 finalists in "The Friskies 2014," which is put on by cat food company Friskies.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is looking for ways to reduce collisions and increase roadway safety. VDOT released images taken from a camera to help explain how it’s been…
The back to school season brings lots of "firsts" for students and teachers: first day, first time teaching and new schools.
Raymond Shelton still drives so the church gave him his own parking spot
The start of the weekend was a wet one but that didn't stop people from enjoying some good old fashioned picking.
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