We continue to see showers and storms heading our way from Ohio and West Virginia along a stationary boundary. It looks like this trend will continue through tomorrow. Again, it won't be raining all the time, but showers and storms will be out there.
Fitbit, a company that makes wearable devices that monitor fitness activity, says it's changing its practice of selling users' personal data to advertisers after concerns were raised about consumer privacy.
What was supposed to be a historic day in Virginia has now turned into another road block for some couples. The Supreme Court said on Wednesday that it is delaying the start of same-sex marriage in Virginia.
The court on Wednesday granted a request from a county clerk in northern Virginia to block same-sex marriages across the state while the issue is being appealed to the Supreme Court. The court provided no explanation for its order.
The Supreme Court stay did not surprise advocates or opponents of gay marriage in Virginia. But as they counted down the hours, some were beginning to believe same-sex marriages might happen Thursday morning.
A defense witness says former first lady Maureen McDonnell often traveled the state promoting Virginia businesses, countering the notion that she gave special treatment to the dietary supplement company at the heart of her corruption trial.
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 to tell us about a special delivery he received from the Veteran Affairs Medical Clinic in Salem.
Mitt Romney bashed President Obama in West Virginia coal country Tuesday to stir up support for three Republican hopefuls as the GOP seeks to win a U.S. Senate race that could help tip the Democratic chamber in the GOP's favor.
The Roanoke Civic Center could get a new name in just a few months. Roanoke City Council found out Monday that two local companies have put bids on naming rights for the civic center. Those include Haley Toyota and Berglund Automotive Group.
The Smithsonian is adding hundreds of photographs, papers and historical objects to its collection to document the history of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, including dozens of items from the popular TV sitcom "Will and Grace."