Buena Vista pastor organizes community to help old school
Pound Puppy Reunited with Owner Just Before Euthanasia
Roanoke City Councilman changes support for pay raise
Local school bus driver charged with DUI
The Internet and television are used to make art.
An artist from Chicago, Jason Salavon, designed the installation for one of the Taubman Museum of Art's latest exhibits.
The Roanoke County Police Department has released a new video aimed at teaching local kids about calling 911. Dispatcher Beverly Orange took a big part in making the video a reality, and says it's something that's been a long time in the making.
Project Starfish Haiti is working together with local businesses to make a difference for people still recovering from earthquake
Taubman Museum Art of Golf tournament
Vinton man voted Fathers of June winner for caring for paralyzed son
Roanoke Valley Horse Show kicks off after storm damage
Storm Cleanup Continues Days Later
Trees still block roads in Roanoke
Roanoke Valley Horse Show ready after rebuilding
D.C. United affiliate squad hosts clinic in Roanoke Co.
Doug Waller was wounded while responding to a domestic dispute on Skyline Drive south of Galax.
During the enforcement period, Roanoke County Police issued approximately 1,000 traffic citations. More than 180 of them -- nearly 20 percent -- were for seatbelt violations.
A water main break in the 1200 block of Orange Ave. closed at least one lane this morning.
It was a colorful day in the Star City as thousands gathered for the first-ever color run in Roanoke.
Communities commemorated the end of slavery with Juneteenth celebrations around the country and right here in the Star City.
Crews were hard at work throughout the day Saturday restoring power to thousands in Roanoke. Montanos Restaurant went dark around this time last year because of the derecho and they lost power this time too.
People from across our region came out to show their support in the battle against cancer.
Our fourth Fathers of June finalist, Wayne Dooley, is a Vietnam War hero and a hero to his daughter.
You may have heard of a bar-crawl, but a community group in Roanoke is introducing a new spin to the term.
It's called a "croc-tail crawl." It is a themed event much like the traditional bar-crawl that is raising money for a good cause.
Restaurant Week is coming back to Blacksburg starting this weekend. The seven day event runs Sunday to Saturday and features 25 deals on everything from meals to treats at several restaurants.
Tents at the Salem Civic Center are being rebuilt today after a strong storm blew through our area yesterday afternoon. A lot of the tents and electrical wiring that were already set up were torn down and mangled by the strong winds. Because of a massive cleanup effort today, the horse show is expected to begin as planned on Monday June 17.
New this year to Relay for Life--- honoring local heroes. Some selected have passed away after battling cancer and others are now cancer free.
Thursdays mighty windstorms are proving to be a costly disaster for residents across the Commonwealth, but one storm story ranks near the top of the list.
Roanoke City brush crews are working overtime to clean-up. Today crews were in the southwest part of the city picking up storm debris and trash they couldn't pick up yesterday. We're told they will work Monday through Saturday until further notice.
Appalachian Power doesn't expect to have everybody's lights back on in the Roanoke and Roanoke County areas until Monday night, according to a company spokesman.
Priscilla Green said, for a moment, it seemed life or death depended on how fast she could open her passenger side door.