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WDBJ7 Anchor/ReporterRoanoke native and renowned artist Dorothy Gillespie passed away over the weekend, but her artwork lives on in many places around this region. One example: Gillespie's work at Center in the Square in Roanoke was kept in place, even as construction for...
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ReporterMore than a third of Americans are considered obese. On Thursday, New York City passed a ban on large sugary drinks in hopes of trimming people's waistlines. The ban has sparked a lot of criticism and concern that other cities may follow suit. "I'm...
WDBJ7 ReporterAlthough public services for the eleventh anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 weren't as numerous in our region this year as last, folks in Danville aren't letting the memory die. Emergency personnel and several dozen Danville...
ReporterIt's not easy to run a 5K race but it's a lot easier to help a local Marine. J.B. Kerns was injured in Afghanistan last year. He lost three of his limbs. On Sunday, 200 people ran or walked a 5K race to help build Kerns a custom home in Patrick County. ...
Multimedia JournalistTunnel to Towers 5K race is a national race and will be in Roanoke on Sunday, September 9th, at Wasena Park, starting at 8 in the morning. The $25 registration fee goes to Stephen Siller's Tunnel to Towers, the organization working to build Patrick...
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WDBJ7 ReporterSo what is it, truly like, to have no power in triple digit temperatures? Many of you know, but WDBJ7 went to find out. Air-conditioning is something you can't live without, especially with temperatures nearing a 100 degrees. But it's nearly...
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WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterHer work has been in museums around the world. Now this artist from Roanoke is being featured in a documentary. In the late 1930's Dorothy Gillespie's parents wanted her to be a teacher, but she wanted to head off to New York City to be an artist. Her...
Sports ReporterThe NFL Draft begins Thursday from New York City's Radio City Music Hall, and one local fan will have a say in who his favorite team picks this year. Matthew Schucker is a band teacher at Maury River Middle School in Rockbridge County. He is also a big...
ReporterThe students admit it was a long shot. The Patrick Henry High School orchestra has been selected to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City. "I was speechless and I still really don't know what to think about it. It will really hit me when I get...
Source: OurAmazingPlanet.comAll numbers are from the National Weather Service (NWS): New York City— This winter: 7.4 inches (18.8 centimeters). Last winter: 61.9 inches (157.2 cm). 30-year average: 26.7 inches (67.8cm). Boston— This winter: 7.8 inches (19.8cm)....
It's going to be a busy year for Banker Steel Company. The Lynchburg-based steel fabricator says it has been awarded contracts worth about $100 million for three projects in Louisiana and New York City. Banker Steel will provide 18,000 tons of...
A trial has been postponed for the driver of an interstate bus that crashed in Virginia in May, killing four passengers and injuring dozens more. Caroline County Commonwealth's Attorney Tony Spencer says the trial for Kin Yiu Cheung of New York will...
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