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The stormy pattern carries on into the week

Periods of heavy rain likely this evening and into the overnight as an upper level disturbance moves across West Virginia. The heaviest rain is expected to fall along and west of the Blue Ridge mountains. This is where a Flash Flood Watch has been issued until 6am Monday.

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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.

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Danny Lee Wins 2015 Greenbrier Classic

Danny Lee is your 2015 Greenbrier Classic champion, earning his first PGA Tour victory after winning a 4-way playoff in Sunday’s final round.

Weekend Diner Come For Dessert recipes

WEEKEND DINER: Come For Dessert

Come for Dessert Recipe Ideas from Mary Rapoport 

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UPDATE: Crews continue to search for missing 14-year-old girl

The search continues for a missing teenage girl from Tennessee. Investigators say she's with a sex offender she met online.

Lexington Balloon Rally goes on despite weather challenges

19th Annual Lexington Balloon Rally goes on despite weather

Organizers say 'no-fly' conditions nothing new

PET STORIES Meet Colorado

Colorado is available for adoption at the Roanoke Valley SPCA

Colorado is a two-month-old hound mix. He's one of four pups named after U.S. states. The others are  Alabama, Texas, and Nevada.

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Pastors for Peace stop in Roanoke on way to Cuba, urge policy changes

The Friednshipment Caravan is in its 26th year, and organizers want American people to know Cuba has much to offer.

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