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Bethany Teague

Bethany Teague joined the WSLS team in December 2013.  She reports in the Christiansburg bureau covering the stories of the New River Valley.

Prior to WSLS, Bethany was a weekend anchor/reporter at WOAY in Oak Hill, West Virginia.  There she spent time covering everything from coal miners' fight against black lung disease to the rise of the tourism industry in the southern region of the state.  Her favorite story from the Mountain State was getting to meet a World War II veteran and sharing his legacy with viewers. 

Bethany earned a degree in film and visual media from the University of North Carolina Asheville.  She joins meteorologist Kristina Montuori as the second Bulldog women's soccer alum at WSLS. 

Along with soccer, Bethany enjoys playing and watching just about any sport.  You might also catch her out drinking a milkshake (or two), and going to the movies.  Although a beach girl at heart, Bethany has come to feel right at home in the mountains, and she is excited to be in the New River Valley.

Bethany's favorite part of the job is meeting people and telling their stories, so if you have anything you want her to hear about, or just want to say hi, send her an email at bteague@wsls.com.

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  • Virginia Tech researchers working on hockey helmet safety

    Virginia Tech researchers working on hockey helmet safety

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:16 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:16:59 GMT
    Virginia Tech researchers present hockey safety findingsVirginia Tech researchers present hockey safety findings
    A research team at Virginia Tech is one step closer to creating a safety rating system for hockey helmets.
    A research team at Virginia Tech is one step closer to creating a safety rating system for hockey helmets.
  • Blacksburg murder suspect indicted by grand jury, back in court in August

    Blacksburg murder suspect indicted by grand jury, back in court in August

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:11 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:11:35 GMT
    21-year-old Virginia Tech student Samanata Shrestha was found dead February 10 in Blacksburg.21-year-old Virginia Tech student Samanata Shrestha was found dead February 10 in Blacksburg.
    The woman accused of killing Virginia Tech student Samanata Shrestha earlier this year is indicted Tuesday by the grand jury.
    The woman accused of killing Virginia Tech student Samanata Shrestha earlier this year is indicted Tuesday by the grand jury.
  • Solarize Roanoke program launches through September

    Solarize Roanoke program launches through September

    Monday, July 21 2014 5:39 PM EDT2014-07-21 21:39:42 GMT
    Solarize Roanoke launches MondaySolarize Roanoke launches Monday
    Roanoke launches a new campaign Monday to help homeowners be more environmentally friendly.
    Roanoke launches a new campaign Monday to help homeowners be more environmentally friendly.
  • Chateau Morrisette Winery to expand product to Tennessee

    Chateau Morrisette Winery to expand product to Tennessee

    Friday, July 18 2014 6:35 PM EDT2014-07-18 22:35:25 GMT
    Chateau Morrisette Winery, known for its distinctive black dog label, will now sell wine in central and western Tennessee.Chateau Morrisette Winery, known for its distinctive black dog label, will now sell wine in central and western Tennessee.
    FLOYD (WSLS) - A Floyd County winery announces it will expand its product into parts of Tennessee. Chateau Morrisette Winery, known for its distinctive black dog label, will now sell wine in central and western Tennessee. Winery owners say this increased exposure will also lead to a boost in area tourism. Many of their visitors are from out of state, and they often like to explore other wineries across the region.Chateau Morrisette's general manager, George Weldon, says this expansion will l...
    FLOYD (WSLS) - A Floyd County winery announces it will expand its product into parts of Tennessee. Chateau Morrisette Winery, known for its distinctive black dog label, will now sell wine in central and western Tennessee. Winery owners say this increased exposure will also lead to a boost in area tourism. Many of their visitors are from out of state, and they often like to explore other wineries across the region.Chateau Morrisette's general manager, George Weldon, says this expansion will l...
  • A historic building in Pulaski to be restored

    A historic building in Pulaski to be restored

    Thursday, July 17 2014 6:36 PM EDT2014-07-17 22:36:35 GMT
    PULASKI (WSLS) - One of Pulaski's most historic buildings may not be empty much longer.Plans are now in the works to restore the old Dalton building downtown. This building was built in the 1920's as a movie house but has been vacant for more than three decades.Town leaders are now working to convert the landmark into a hotel and restaurant.The town must apply for grants to get started with the project by October.
    PULASKI (WSLS) - One of Pulaski's most historic buildings may not be empty much longer.Plans are now in the works to restore the old Dalton building downtown. This building was built in the 1920's as a movie house but has been vacant for more than three decades.Town leaders are now working to convert the landmark into a hotel and restaurant.The town must apply for grants to get started with the project by October.
  • Food pantry benefit concert to be held in Radford

    Food pantry benefit concert to be held in Radford

    Thursday, July 17 2014 6:24 PM EDT2014-07-17 22:24:55 GMT
    RADFORD (WSLS) - Nearly 20 local musicians will gather at Bisset Park in Radford Friday to help the hungry.Play Away the Hunger will kick off at 5:30 Friday evening to raise money and food donations for the Radford food pantry.Summer months are particularly difficult for the pantry because families that rely heavily on school for their kids' food must use the pantry more often.
    RADFORD (WSLS) - Nearly 20 local musicians will gather at Bisset Park in Radford Friday to help the hungry.Play Away the Hunger will kick off at 5:30 Friday evening to raise money and food donations for the Radford food pantry.Summer months are particularly difficult for the pantry because families that rely heavily on school for their kids' food must use the pantry more often.
  • Huckleberry Trail expansion plans going forward in Blacksburg

    Huckleberry Trail expansion plans going forward in Blacksburg

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 9:48 PM EDT2014-07-17 01:48:13 GMT
    Plans are underway to build a pedestrian bridge and a town park in connection to the Huckleberry Trail in Blacksburg.
    Plans are underway to build a pedestrian bridge and a town park in connection to the Huckleberry Trail in Blacksburg.
  • James Hardie Building Products to expand in Pulaski

    James Hardie Building Products to expand in Pulaski

    Tuesday, July 15 2014 6:49 PM EDT2014-07-15 22:49:12 GMT
    International company James Hardie Building Products is expanding in Pulaski.
    International company James Hardie Building Products is expanding in Pulaski.
  • Evatran uses Wytheville plant to make groundbreaking electric car technology

    Evatran uses Wytheville plant to make groundbreaking electric car technology

    Monday, July 14 2014 5:55 PM EDT2014-07-14 21:55:10 GMT
    Plugless is first-of-its-kind wireless vehicle chargingPlugless is first-of-its-kind wireless vehicle charging
    A Virginia company is making a first-of-its-kind product to revolutionize green car technology, and they are using their Wytheville plant to do it.
    A Virginia company is making a first-of-its-kind product to revolutionize green car technology, and they are using their Wytheville plant to do it.
  • Christiansburg restaurant starts "farm to table" initiative

    Christiansburg restaurant starts "farm to table" initiative

    Friday, July 11 2014 6:00 PM EDT2014-07-11 22:00:11 GMT
    Farmers sell produce to Blackstone Grill in ChristiansburgFarmers sell produce to Blackstone Grill in Christiansburg
    A Christiansburg restaurant teams up with farmers from the New River Valley to provide fresher food and keep more money in the local economy.
    A Christiansburg restaurant teams up with farmers from the New River Valley to provide fresher food and keep more money in the local economy.
  • Micah's Mobile Backpack hoping to feed more children than ever this summer

    Micah's Mobile Backpack hoping to feed more children than ever this summer

    Thursday, July 10 2014 5:57 PM EDT2014-07-10 21:57:04 GMT
    It may be summer break, but for those kids who rely heavily on school for their food, the summer months can be some of the hardest.
    It may be summer break, but for those kids who rely heavily on school for their food, the summer months can be some of the hardest.
  • Developments bring different demographics to downtown Blacksburg

    Developments bring different demographics to downtown Blacksburg

    Thursday, July 10 2014 2:51 PM EDT2014-07-10 18:51:35 GMT
    There are several developments in Blacksburg that will bring more than just college students to downtown.
    There are several developments in Blacksburg that will bring more than just college students to downtown.
  • Virginia Tech researchers say nicotine is linked to cancer

    Virginia Tech researchers say nicotine is linked to cancer

    Tuesday, July 8 2014 6:15 PM EDT2014-07-08 22:15:41 GMT
    Researchers find new dangers in nicotine products. Researchers find new dangers in nicotine products.
    New research out of Virginia Tech is showing that some alternatives to cigarette smoking may not be as safe as once thought.
    New research out of Virginia Tech is showing that some alternatives to cigarette smoking may not be as safe as once thought.
  • Sinkland Farms completes new building, hopes for new business

    Sinkland Farms completes new building, hopes for new business

    Monday, July 7 2014 5:40 PM EDT2014-07-07 21:40:50 GMT
    (source: sinklandfarms.com)(source: sinklandfarms.com)
    Sinkland Farms gets a new upgrade that will expand the possibilities for business in the New River Valley.
    Sinkland Farms gets a new upgrade that will expand the possibilities for business in the New River Valley.
  • Blacksburg Rescue Squad to get new facility

    Blacksburg Rescue Squad to get new facility

    Friday, July 4 2014 1:00 PM EDT2014-07-04 17:00:20 GMT
    The Blacksburg Rescue Squad will have a new home by the end of next year.
    The Blacksburg Rescue Squad will have a new home by the end of next year.
  • Blacksburg Parks and Recreation adjusting programs to shorter summer

    Blacksburg Parks and Recreation adjusting programs to shorter summer

    Wednesday, July 2 2014 7:40 PM EDT2014-07-02 23:40:24 GMT
    Montgomery County kids enjoying a short summerMontgomery County kids enjoying a short summer
    BLACKSBURG -Montgomery County kids are in the middle of one of the shortest summers on record. This year, they get just a little more than seven weeks, and that is cutting down on their summer fun options. Last year, Blacksburg Parks and Recreation offered 138 summer camps. This year, that numberdown to 93. But with a little planning ahead, they are still able to offer something for every age group during vacation. The short summer is due to a late start to this past school year that gave wor...
    BLACKSBURG -Montgomery County kids are in the middle of one of the shortest summers on record. This year, they get just a little more than seven weeks, and that is cutting down on their summer fun options. Last year, Blacksburg Parks and Recreation offered 138 summer camps. This year, that numberdown to 93. But with a little planning ahead, they are still able to offer something for every age group during vacation. The short summer is due to a late start to this past school year that gave wor...
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