Leadership, physical fitness and academics came together to make 17-year-old Sarah St. Jean’s dream come true.
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NBC’s Al Roker called on college campuses to show their school spirit to get him to campus to deliver his forecast on the Today Show and Vir…
Just a few hours into the Roanoke Valley Gives campaign– the total was already over $300,000. Find out more about this exciting fundraising …
Dawn Jefferies joins Natalie for today’s Daytime Dish. We have donuts on set from Daylight Donuts in Rocky Mount, a plea from VT to get Al R…
A heartbreaking video of a little boy not being allowed to hug his sister, and a Kiss Camera sends a special message.
Harlem Globetrotter Zeus McClurkin showed off his smile and talent on Monday afternoon.
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and this month also brings alarming news from the American Cancer Society about the disease.
However, no cameras be allowed in pretrial matters.
NBA legend Magic Johnson visits a Roanoke school, inspiring students to get their education and to dream.
The judge will announce his decision next week.
A new name, new place and new life is breathed into Roanoke’s Peacemakers as the organization moves to a new location.
A new trial date is set for David Eisenhauer, the the man accused of killing 13-year-old Nicole Lovell.
Diners packed Famous Anthony’s restaurant in Blacksburg Tuesday as it opened for breakfast and lunch for the final time.
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week kicked off Sunday. A Christiansburg woman shares her own story in an effort to raise awareness about…
Famous Anthony’s in Blacksburg will permanently close Tuesday after lunch is served.
Renovations are underway at the former Northwest Child Development Center on Melrose Avenue in northwest Roanoke as it plans to reopen under…
The Virginia Tech FutureHAUS project finds a new home afetr fire as work to rebuild gets set to begin.
The clock is ticking to raise the money to open the Community Solutions Center in Roanoke.
Blacksburg firefighters returned Monday to the Prices Fork Research Station, an off campus Virginia Tech research facility destroyed by fire…
Lymphedema is most commonly caused by the removal or damage to the lymph nodes as part of cancer treatment.