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Anchor/ReporterRemember the Smurfs? Those blue-colored cartoon characters? Now drug dealers who make methamphetamine, have adopted a process called "smurfing" to circumvent laws which are supposed to regulate the sales of the legal, over-the-counter drug used as the...
Tags: Methamphetamine (drug), Crimes, Oregon, Mississippi, Politics
Weekend Anchor/ReporterThe historic home place of Mary Draper Ingles is open to the public this holiday weekend. She was an American pioneer and early settler of western Virginia. Her family settled in the New River Valley in the mid-1700's. The Ingles Farm is in Radford....
Tags: Ohio, Human Interest
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefStudents from across the country are in Lynchburg, working through their spring break and making new friends in the Hill City's disabled community. They're taking part in Habitat for Humanity's "Collegiate Challenge." 60 high school and college...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Massey Energy Company has agreed to be taken over by Alpha Natural Resources. Massey has been struggling with losses after an explosion that killed 29 workers at a West Virginia coal mine last spring. Alpha is paying $7.1 billion in...
ReporterIn 1980, the United States Supreme Court ruled public displays of the Ten Commandments in schools were unconstitutional. A legal expert says that was then, but that doesn't mean that's the case now. Stan Barnhill is a first amendment lawyer at Woods...
ReporterThe mass shooting in Arizona has sparked security concerns here in Roanoke County. Starting Tuesday police officers will be stationed at every Board of Supervisors meeting. "You know Roanoke County, Virginia is no different from any place in Arizona,...
Tags: Virginia, Roanoke County, New York, Arizona, California
reporterA Roanoke County native is back in town after a break from his third tour of duty. Staff Sergeant Garth Landis landed at the Roanoke Regional Airport Wednesday morning. Landis was welcomed by the ladies in his life, his wife and four young daughters...
Tags: Human Interest
KTLA NewsWACO, Tex. -- A U.S. soldier charged with plotting to blow up troops from the nation's largest Army post has been sentenced to life in prison. Naser Jason Abdo was found guilty in May of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction, attempted murder...
Like "linoleum," "escalator" and "zipper," the term "semicustom house" infiltrated our language as a marketing term then stuck like caulk to a contractor's boot. Merriam-Webster Dictionary still does not acknowledge the term. ("Semiantique," "semi-ionic"...
Tags: Headaches, Architecture, Elections, Homes, House Building
The month of May could have gone a lot better for Lake Highland Prep’s Ty Law. But the way he sees things, it could have been much worse too. Law (5-9, 165) found out in mid-May that his first two, and most noteworthy, scholarship offers from NC...
Los Angeles TimesPUEBLO, CO. -- The “Dougherty gang,” accused of carrying out a multi-state crime rampage that set off a national manhunt, was sentenced to prison in Colorado on Monday and will probably be extradited to Georgia to face more charges. Ryan Dougherty, 22,...
With his flight delayed by wind and driving rain, Brunswick Corp. Chief Executive Dustan McCoy stood just inside a hangar at Waukegan Regional Airport and watched a tiny Cessna trying to land. The pilot finally touched down on his third try. "I've got to...
Tags: Asthma, Chemotherapy, Management Change, Employees, Finance
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