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UPDATED 7/15 10:38 p.m. A vigil was held tonight for a Roanoke security guard murdered this week. A small group lit candles in a backyard in Vinton this evening to remember Steve Orange. They talked about how imporant he was in their lives. Orange...
UPDATE: Aftershocks felt after 5.8 earthquake hits southwest and central Virginia; Quake felt up and down the east coastUpdated 8:20 p.m. We've been getting reports of aftershocks from Tuesday afternoon's earthquake that affected much of the east coast. The U.S.G.S. says the latest aftershock happened a little after 8:00 and had a 4.2 magnitude. Aftershocks are often...
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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefMarching to remember: members of the U.S. Air Force are walking to Ground Zero to honor the men and women who died ten years ago. Thursday, the airmen themselves were honored as their journey made its way through our region. A group from Seymour Johnson...
ReporterFour volunteers from Roanoke's Salvation Army left for Norfolk Friday morning. They got the call to deploy around 10 P.M. Thursday night. The volunteers are driving a large mobile unit that can feed up to a thousand people a day. The group is going to...
Hurricane Irene made landfall at 7:30 Saturday morning at Cape Lookout, North Carolina and then slammed into Virginia's Tidewater area as a category one storm with 80mph winds. The storm is expected to be out of Virginia by Sunday but will...
ReporterRiding 86 miles in one day on a bicycle works up an appetite. "It works up more than an appetite," joked one firefighter as he loaded up his plate with food. It's day six on the road for Freedom Ride 2011, a group of firefighters from Atlanta, Georgia...
ReporterFirefighters on bikes, peddling more than 1,000 miles to honor their brothers and sisters who died on 9/11. "Be safe out there. Let's do it as a team. Let's rock and roll," shouted team captain Douglas Kerns, a Georgia firefighter, as the group...
ReporterA Cuban restaurant is coming to the Roanoke City Market. It will be called Habana Cafe. It will be located at the corner of Market Street and Campbell Avenue, across from Awful Arthurs. Habana Cafe will be a sit down restaurant with outdoor dining. ...
The Virginia Vintage Comics and Collectibles Shows returns for the 14th year to the Salem Civic Center on Saturday, July 23. Over the show's first 13 years, old comic books have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity and value. One reason is that...
The Smart Way Connector made its maiden voyage Tuesday morning. The bus line linking Roanoke and Lynchburg may be the ticket to bringing Amtrak commuter rail service back to the Roanoke Valley. The service was three years in the making. Just in...
reporterHot weather and clear days are helping fuel one Smith Mountain Lake business. Things are cruising along at the Bridgewater Marina near Hales Ford Bridge. Managing Partner Roy Enslow tells News7 it has seen a steady flow of customers so far this summer,...
InternThe first day of competition at the Roanoke Valley Horse Show is Local Day, where local competitors get some extra attention. The day focuses on competitions for the Southwest Virginia Hunter Jumper Association. Competitors have to be a member of...
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