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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefA Lynchburg boy needs your help to play in a national championship. Thomas Boring has been picked to play on the Select Boys USA Beach Volleyball Team. More than 1,200 teens from across the country tried out. Thomas was one of only a handful selected....
ReporterAdd Fiat to the list of new cars you can buy in western Virginia. Berglund Automotive Group is now offering a colorful collection of Fiat 500s at its dealership on Franklin Road in Roanoke. The company will continue to sell used imports and sport...
A boil water notice is still in effect for people in Danville. City officials are waiting on the results of tests taken overnight. The results will not be available until Wednesday morning at the earliest. Here is the news release with the latest...
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Power companies are working to restore power to thousands of customers in our area because of Sunday's wet and heavy snow. As of 8:30 a.m., Appalachian Power says more than 63,000 of its customers in the Virginia and West Virginia service area are...
Appalachian Power will be operating the Claytor Hydroelectric Project on the New River in Pulaski County for the next 30 years. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved a 30-year license so Appalachian Power can continue operating the...
Carilion Clinic announced that it will add a third medical transport helicopter to its Lifeguard fleet. This one will be based in Lexington. Carilion already operates two other medical helicopters - one in Roanoke and the other in the New River...
It was a hectic day on the Virginia Tech campus Thursday. Tech police and four other police departments searched most of the day for a man believed to have a gun on campus. It all started around 9 a.m. when three campers attending summer camp...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefLynchburg's cat population is growing a little too fast, but that trend could slow down thanks to an effort that's underway this weekend. The Lynchburg Humane Society is spaying and neutering stray cats for free. With the help of South Central Spay/...
Assignment ManagerAppalachian Power's website indicates service has been restored. -------------------------- Appalachian Power hopes to have a Roanoke Valley outage repaired by about 9:00 a.m. About 4,000 customers lost power around 7:40 Thursday morning, according...
Special Report: Roanoke City Schools say VHSL is finally listening about tough travel for student athletesReporterRoanoke City Schools says the Virginia High School League (VHSL) is finally listening. Administrators have complained for years about the travel for student athletes. Patrick Henry and William Fleming High Schools are Triple A schools. They have to...
WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterTwo of the regions big healthcare systems have struck a deal that will give some Medicare patients more choices. Patients who are signed up for Carilion's Medicare Advantage Plans will soon have access to LewisGale facilities and doctors. The...
Sports DirectorBlair Trail is not only a volleyball coach at Roanoke College. She's also an inspirational role model, as well as a good juggler. In addition to her volleyball duties, the single mom also teaches at North Cross School, and works part time as a...
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