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The Mountain Valley Pipeline says the project should be 70 percent complete by the end of the year, but state regulators have now voted to... [Read More]
If you are planning to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, you will have to act quickly. Midnight Saturday is the... [Read More]
6th District Congressman Bob Goodlatte chaired one of his last hearings as a member of the House Judiciary Committee earlier this week. He will leave... [Read More]
Members of the Roanoke Regional Home Builders Association raised more than $11,000 to help provide Christmas gifts for children in need. Wednesday morning they went... [Read More]
Snow cancelled classes for a second day, but several Roanoke City Schools opened Tuesday to serve nutritious meals to students. [Read More]
Area students watched their school's social media for updates on their finals schedules, including Chris Graveline who said his friends didn't want tests delayed because... [Read More]
WDBJ7 political analyst Bob Denton says Thursday's Town Hall at Liberty University reflected a change of strategy for one of the candidates, and the challenge... [Read More]
Facing a lawsuit they say could put them out of business, the owners of Mac and Bob's in Salem announced they are filing for bankruptcy... [Read More]
A nine-month renovation of the Lancerlot Sports Complex is almost complete. And for the first time in 25 years, an ice rink is opening there. [Read More]
Heavy rainfall caused flooding along the Roanoke River, but not enough to claim the pumpkin crop on Madison Farm in Montgomery County. [Read More]
We have not received any reports of major failures along the route of the Mountain Valley Pipeline in the wake of last weekend's severe weather.... [Read More]
High water blocked roads in Floyd County early Monday morning. And the heavy rain led to at least one rescue. Now, the water continues to... [Read More]
The Roanoke Valley saw periods of heavy rain Sunday night, along with scattered reports of high water. And city leaders warned residents to be prepared... [Read More]
Patrick County is one of the areas in Virginia, expecting substantial rainfall as the remnants of Florence move though the area. The county will open... [Read More]
With the threat that severe weather could damage his crop, a farmer has been delivering as many pumpkins as possible to his wholesale customers. [Read More]
With the threat that severe weather could damage his crop, Montgomery County farmer Tyler Hawes has been delivering as many pumpkins as possible to his... [Read More]
Residents of a Roanoke County neighborhood still recovering from flooded back in May, are now preparing for the possibility of more high water in the... [Read More]
The Mountain Valley Pipeline says it is now preparing for potential impacts from Hurricane Florence, and will suspend 'the advancement of construction in Virginia' until... [Read More]
The American Red Cross is getting ready for whatever damage Hurricane Florence might deliver, and the disaster relief organization is encouraging Virginians to do the... [Read More]
The Virginia Supreme Court has issued new rules that could have a major impact on criminal cases throughout the state. The change will give... [Read More]
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