A man died on Thursday morning in Botetourt County after falling about 30 feet, according to Botetourt County Sheriff Ronnie Sprinkle.
Badges will be shrouded through sundown on the day of burial.
The creators of “Pokemon Go” say they’re working to remove real-world locations that don’t wish to be included in the mobile gaming sensatio…
Deadly shootings of police officers this year are exponentially greater when compared to the same time period in 2015, according to numbers …
The four men were arrested following an alleged hazing incident at Radford University.
One Harlem Globetrotter takes trick shots to dizzying new heights.
Here’s a look at some of the stories we’ll be following today as they make headlines across the country and Southwest Virginia.
ROANOKE (WSLS 10) – The Salvation Army Chapel in Roanoke held a worship service Thursday night, specifically thanking officers for the work …
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Hillary Clinton accepts nomination for president with ‘determination and boundless confidence in America’s promise’ Clin…
Coach Jamie Harless’s Cavaliers are back to work after coming up one win short of winning state gold a year ago.
The Hokies Kendall Fuller continues his families long tradition of NFL talent after being drafted by the Redskins in the third round.
ROANOKE (WSLS 10) All northbound lanes are closed on Route 220 between Wonju St. and Elm Ave. while police investigate a single vehicle acci…
The department reports lightning struck a home as well.
People in Roanoke County take a break from the summer heat to enjoy a treat with local police.
PHILADELPHIA (MEDIA GENERAL) – Hillary Clinton didn’t make history alone on Thursday evening; she was surrounded by multiple generations of …
Appalachian Power is reporting more than 3,000 customers are without power as strong storms hit the area.
The A.C. units will be handed out to residents at no charge based on need.
A new device is helping construction crews control traffic during road work.
Both said the droppings and feathers the birds leave behind are a big health concern to their young children and grandchildren.
New River Valley leaders scouted out the New River ahead of one of its biggest cleanups.
Company workers say it’s business as normal except in areas with the most damage.