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ReporterThe Roanoke River has receded on the low water bridge on Wiley Drive in Roanoke but its left behind a mess. We saw water bottles, soda bottles, beer cans, a football, a soccer ball, a softball, buckets, large drums, even a toy boat. This comes just as...
Tags: Bodies of Water, Natural Disasters, Rivers
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) -- Biologists have found that Hurricane Irene destroyed and damaged a large number of bald eagle nests along the James River. The Center for Conservation Biology of Virginia Commonwealth University and the College of William and...
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) -- Baby squirrels are being rescued by the hundreds from toppled trees and turned in to wildlife centers across Virginia in the wake of Hurricane Irene. The Daily Press (http://bit.ly/qoUTGM) reports Wildlife Response Inc., a...
Tags: Hurricanes, Natural Disasters
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefThe sun has set at Liberty University, but instead of retreating to their dorm rooms, a group of dedicate students are back in class. "I think we realize how much we have to be thankful for and that's why we just want to serve others," said Hannah...
Residents in Pulaski affected by the April 8 tornado may qualify for assistance. Governor Bob McDonnell announced Thursday the County and Town of Pulaski will receive grants to assist with rebuilding. “Residents of Pulaski were struck by a...
Five months after the devastating tornado, a Pulaski family is celebrating despite the rain. The Gallimore family got a ceremonial key to their new house this morning. Their old house on State Street was so badly damaged by April's tornado,...
Tags: Tornadoes, Natural Disasters
It's the time of year travelers pack their bags and head to the coast or Carribean, right in the heart of the hurricane season. Travel agents will tell you it's always a good idea to get insurance if you're going to the hurricane zones (Atlantic, Gulf of...
ReporterThe tornado that hit Pittsylvania County is affecting one family especially hard. The Caswell started the long process of sawing five trees that were knocked down by the 100 mile per hour winds. "I said well I heat with wood so I won't have to worry...
NEWS7 ReportersWe have new information on the train accident that killed a Liberty University student and injured another student Thursday night. The Amherst County Sheriff's Office has identified the young woman who died as 18- year-old Hannah Williams, of Sanford,...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefA deadly accident on a Lynchburg train trestle has some wondering if new safety measures are needed near the tracks. Five Liberty University students were on a trestle over the James River last Thursday when a train crossed the bridge. Hannah Williams,...
ReporterSix years have passed since Hurricane Katrina devastated the gulf coast of the United States. Since then, many families have picked up the pieces. Some have moved away. And others are still struggling to rebuild their lives. News7 recently visited...
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- U.S. Sen. Jim Webb wants to know why the Federal Emergency Management Agency rejected Virginia's application for disaster aid for earthquake victims in Louisa County. The Virginia Democrat sent a letter Thursday to FEMA...
Tags: Jim Webb, Louisa County, Natural Disasters, FEMA
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