Young professionals in the Roanoke Valley are teaming up with local nonprofits for a Nonprofit Board Fair.
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LYNCHBURG (WSLS 10) – Hundreds of students came out Monday night at Liberty University for the Clinton-Trump debate to show support for thei…
Looking back at what happened during the first Presidential Debate.
The police department will continue to seek other remedies for the heat related damage.
A young deer escaped certain death Saturday when an Iowa man jumped into the flooded Cedar River to pull the animal to safety.
Police say that in two separate incidents at the Valley View Mall on Saturday, he touched a teenage girl in a non-sexual manner and began ta…
Danville firefighters responded to 747 calls in August, the most in a single month in the department’s history.
Prior to the medical center opening, Centra’s services were in multiple offices scattered throughout the city.
Inside the Patrick Henry Community College gym Monday morning, some of the college’s baseball players took time to practice with players fro…
Lynchburg city leaders are taking a proactive approach at addressing substance abuse.
The Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke is expanding and will soon be able to house up to 400 more animals in need of care.
It’s meant to create a comfortable stay for the animals and ease the stress of pet owners during events like the Derecho.
Floyd County Sheriff’s Deputy Rusty Stanley is at home recovering after he was shot on Saturday.
The first debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump kicks off at 9 p.m. ET at Hofstra University in Hampstead,…
A Montgomery County golf pro remembered Arnold Palmer on Monday, his friend of more than 40 years.
Police officers from ten colleges and universities across Virginia are at Radford University this week to learn how to stop crime on their c…
Virginia State Troopers have charged a man with multiple felonies after he was allegedly involved in two hit-and-run incidents, as well as a…
Morning sickness can be a pain, but new research finds it’s really a good thing.
Police are searching the condo of the Houston shooting suspect, who was shot and killed after injuring nine people.