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August 15 Goodbye They say all good things must come to an end. With that, I'm leaving WDBJ and the news business. I've accepted a position as the community relations coordinator for Roanoke City Schools. There are several reasons why I'm switching...
Tags: Dyslexia, Geoffrey Rush, Voting, Shootings, Entertainment
Many people have claimed to be able to "predict" approaching rainstorms by observing pains in various parts of their bodies, particularly in the joints and bones. It has been suggested that variations in barometric pressure may be the cause of this...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefShe's been helping kids safely cross the street for 40 years, but a hometown crossing guard is giving up her whistle and stop sign. Rushie Wooldridge has directed drivers at the corner of Peaks Street and Longwood Avenue since the early 1970's. On...
Multimedia JournalistPutting one foot in front of the other looks easy but for Charles Duprey, it took eight screws and a rod through his spine. Problems began when Duprey had extreme pain in his right leg. Duprey says at times it would go numb. "I had to hold...
Tags: Spine, Bones and Joints, Human Body, Health
WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterWhat if you could step into the body of a person 20, 30 or 40 years older than you? What would it feel like? Architects at one Roanoke firm found out. You see they tried on what's called the Third Age Suit. It was designed in Europe and it's meant...
Tags: Bunion, Architecture, Hands, Arts and Culture
Americans are becoming increasingly overweight or obese, exercising less, and eating unhealthy foods, according to the recently released results of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. The results show that 63.1% of adults in the U.S. were either...
On the morning that would deliver to the Dodgers their greatest arm in two generations, Clayton Kershaw awoke with a thought. The baseball draft was not televised in 2006. Each team made its picks on a secure conference call line with the league office....
As more people get their health information from TV and the Internet, it becomes crucial to have experts on the small screen who can provide accurate information. That's where Travis Stork, co-host of the TV show "The Doctors," comes in. Stork, an...
Whether working in Central Florida or across the oceans in India or Romania, Barbara "Bobbie" Strickland loved working with children and teenagers through her church. She participated in dozens of mission trips to several countries through Eastpoint...
Tags: Skype, Romania, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Orlando, Human Interest
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ReutersWASHINGTON, May 17 (Reuters) - An American contractor imprisoned in Cuba has settled a lawsuit in which he accused the company he was working for when he was arrested and the U.S. government with failing to warn him about the risks of working on the...
It all started because the dog died. Just one bloomin' thing after another has happened since Old Junior left the Green Farm. Yep, that must be the reason why I am in such a mess. Old Junior passed on to that great doggie heaven in the sky and left me...
Tags: Mother's Day
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