A Virginia television station is replacing “The Andy Griffith Show” after a successful 35-year syndication run.
A Virginia police chief has apologized for remarks that critics say were tantamount to blaming rape victims for their sexual assaults.
The Roanoke Times reports that firefighters found heavy smoke billowing from a ranch-style home Monday morning.
A paper and packaging company plans to spend $20 million on a new manufacturing operation near Roanoke.
The pastor and five members of a Virginia church are back in the U.S. after finding their way out of Haiti, where rioting had become widespread.
The city councilman said it was “too difficult” to be a developer and councilman at the same time, and he thinks he can have a better effect on the community as just the former.
A Virginia man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for fatally shooting an 18-year-old man prosecutors say may have been stealing from his car.
Alphonzo Lewis Lawson violated his probation when he shot and wounded his neighbor last year.
Officials are hoping to win approval for extended Amtrak service to Christiansburg from Roanoke.
The lawsuit alleges the attack left the victim with a permanent disability. The woman says it took 14 stitches to close a wound on her right arm caused by the dog.
Marcus Vernell Clark Jr. was indicted by a grand jury on the charge Tuesday. Clark was arrested two weeks ago in connection to the slaying of Rashard Jessup, who was critically wounded by gunfire last month.
Clean Soles operator Rob Wickham says his two-year-old sneaker store was raided by two people on July 20 and by one person in Aug. 25. Taken together, he lost shirts, hoodies, a jacket, one complete sneaker pair — and 13 right shoes.
A Virginia service dog nonprofit that’s being sued by the state must pay a volunteer’s dog food, vet bills and legal expenses. But, a judge ruled Wednesday, the Virginia Tech student doesn’t get to keep the Labrador retriever named Lesley.
Police are still investigating why the 36-year-old man threw a brick and shattered glass Monday morning at the Democratic senator’s office in Roanoke, Virginia.
Community members say the three young people killed this week inside a Roanoke-area home were friends and co-workers at a local restaurant.
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