This year Military Award goes to a veteran who gives back to other veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
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In January, Officer Virginia Saunders was dispatched to the 2000 block of Harrison Avenue Northwest for a “suspicious circumstance” involvin…
Our 2017 Red Cross Medical Hero works 40 hours a week as a medical professional, but also volunteers as a paramedic.
We sat down with both crews to talk about how CPR saved two people in cardiac arrest.
In August of 2016, Joe Goff almost lost his life in a truck accident in Bedford County when another driver crossed the center line and hit h…
The first officer on the scene of last year’s FreightCar America shooting is the 2017 Law Enforcement Hero.
Since the tragic deaths of their two sons in a house fire, Lindsay and Tom McKinnon have worked to educate the community on fire safety.
Lt. Greg Sazonov is hoping to help reverse a growing national trend among those on the front lines of emergencies.
This year’s Red Cross Education Hero Award goes to Roanoke City Public School’s STAR Council.
Healing Strides of Virginia is hosting a viewing at the Carmike 10 Tanglewood next Tuesday.
Chef Danny Taylor from 419 West stops by with an easy and delicious recipe for Corn & Crab Bisque. INGREDIENTS: Onion Red and yellow peppers…
Lindsey Ward fills in for Natalie on today’s show. We put her Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras knowledge to the test with some TRIVIA!
Brittany and Lindsey talk about last night’s return of The Voice, and preview “The Shack”– a major motion picture based off a best selling n…
A lot has changed since a tornado touched down in Appomattox in February 2016, particularly for one woman who lost her home and husband.
With the help of crowdFunnit, Maggie Mays and dozens of others will celebrate her sweet sixteen at the non-profit she takes horse therapy le…
ROANOKE (WSLS 10) – A local nonprofit is making a difference educating girls on technology and even sending new laptops home with them. The …
A Roanoke Elementary student is paying it forward to his teacher and her class.
Roanoke’s first ever “Night to Shine,” a prom for those with special needs, accomplished its goal.
As we kick off a new month Storm Team 10 also changes its Three Degree Charity.
For the seventh year in a row Roanoke Children’s Theatre is taking on serious issues facing teens through a unique outreach.