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A warning from state health officials about a possible measles exposure on a train that stopped in Lynchburg. Officials say a person, possibly with measles, was on Amtrak's Northeast Regional Train number 171. The train made several stops on the east...
Multimedia JournalistMany college students were forced to start things a little early. As Hurricane Irene moves in, so are some college students who've been asked to evacuate dangerous areas. Move-in day for college student Melissa Maldonado came earlier than expected. "We...
Weekend Anchor/ReporterPet owners listen up! This is the worst time of year for fleas and ticks. A vet told News 7 you can check for the insects on your animals, but they are often hard to spot. Ticks tend to be prevalent during the warm, summer months, but fleas can...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Health
A seven-year-old boy is in critical condition after getting hit by a car. It happened in Lynchburg on the 200 block of Chapel Lane around 3:00 p.m Saturday. Police say the boy, who is from Maryland, rode his bicycle into the road and then was hit by the...
ReporterThe renovation of the Roanoke City Market Building is on track for a grand re-opening around Labor Day. Soon the restaurants that will occupy the building will get the green light to start moving into their spaces, but this week a signature piece of the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, History, Labor Day
WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterIt's summer and you could say it's a sweet week at one camp in Fincastle. It's not just the games and activities that make this camp special, it's the children. You see all the campers here have diabetes. "I like that you're not different. Everyone is...
ReporterThey've spread the gospel on horseback for years, retracing steps of a civil war minister. Today the John Kline Riders galloped in town to continue their mission at the Cloverdale Church of the Brethren in Botetourt County. They've traveled hundreds...
ReporterDanville police now have a new, high-tech way to track criminals. Officers are using a series of cameras to read and record license plates. Beep. Beep. Beep. The License Plate Reader system, or Mobile Plate Hunter, beeps as it snaps pictures of...
A local vet school is growing. The Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech is under construction. The college's main building is getting two additions. Ground broke on a new Infections Disease Research Facility...
Tags: Drugs and Medicines, Virginia Tech, Research, Education, Science
Volvo Trucks says increased demand for its products is allowing the company to ramp up production at its New River Plant and recall 700 workers. The production increase includes adding a second shift. The ramp-up will take place in stages between May...
Volvo and its local union employees have officially come to a deal. The United Auto Workers Local 2069 ratified a new five-year contract today. The agreement covers about 1,300 UAW members at the New River Valley plant. Workers went on strike at...
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