Dawgs coach on coming home again and prepping for playoffs

Dawgs coach on coming home again and prepping for playoffs
After more than a month away from the Berglund Center the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs are home tonight and tomorrow. Head coach Dan Bremner says ...
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VMT to dedicate historic Roanoke-built fire vehicle

VMT to dedicate historic Roanoke-built fire vehicle
The Virginia Museum of Transportation will dedicate a Roanoke-built, one-of-a-kind vehicle tomorrow. It is a 1952 Oren Custom Squad Wagon, a fire truck built in ...
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Roanoke Valley Gives hands out awards

Roanoke Valley Gives hands out awards
164 non-profits took part in the 4th Annual Roanoke Valley Gives Day and yesterday the Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia saluted those who raised the ...
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Report: Virginia pension fund in trouble if market meltdown hits

Report: Virginia pension fund in trouble if market meltdown hits
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ A recent state report has found that Virginia's pension fund is in a worse position to handle a market meltdown than ...
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Heading north? Snow, fog today in Wintergreen/Afton area

Heading north? Snow, fog today in Wintergreen/Afton area
If you are heading north this afternoon from Roanoke or Lynchburg toward Charlottesville, be advised it has been snowing in some higher elevations, including those ...
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Impaired truck driver likely cause of GOP train crash

Impaired truck driver likely cause of GOP train crash
 CROZET, Va. (AP) - Federal investigators say a trash truck driver was likely under the influence of marijuana and anti-seizure medication when his vehicle was ...
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School bus that ran into truck was carrying Giles Co. band members

School bus that ran into truck was carrying Giles Co. band members
A Giles County school bus carrying Narrows High School students to a band competition ran into the back of a tractor-trailer this morning on Interstate ...
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Roanoke Valley Gives celebrates record-breaking event

Roanoke Valley Gives celebrates record-breaking event
The Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia announced its biggest fundraisers during last week's "Roanoke Valley Gives Day," at a luncheon today. Roanoke Catholic, Lake Christian ...
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The bridge is back on Franklin Road

The bridge is back on Franklin Road
After being out of commission for more than two years the Franklin Road Bridge into Roanoke's Old Southwest neighborhood that was torn down and rebuilt ...
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Mill Mountain Theatre 2019 preview

Mill Mountain Theatre 2019 preview
The Mill Mountain Theatre season on the main stage opens next week with Mamma Mia! Meanwhile the Waldron "Fringe Series" that presents edgier, lesser known ...
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Math prof looks at 12 seed Liberty University’s chances

Math prof looks at 12 seed Liberty University's chances
We already took a look at trying to make a perfect bracket but what does Liberty Mathematics Professor Tim Van Voohris think of his own ...
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Tech readies for rematch with St Louis

Tech readies for rematch with St Louis
Virginia Tech senior Ahmed Hill says revenge is on the Hokies minds as they get set to face the Billikens in the NCAA tourney tomorrow ...
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At the Movies: Captain Marvel

Brent Stevens At the Movies
Now here's Brent Stevens from Hollins University "At the Movies" with what's new at the historic Grandin Theatre - "Captain Marvel": 3-20 At the Movies ...
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State anti-insurance fraud program marks milestone

State anti-insurance fraud program marks milestone
A state program created to find and prosecute insurance fraud is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Officials say like any effort to fight fraudsters, ...
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Roanoke schedules more public meetings on Comp Plan and “interwoven e...

Roanoke schedules more public meetings on Comp Plan and "interwoven equity"
Another series of public meetings from Tuesday through April 3rd at Roanoke libraries are designed to receive input from "all" sectors of the city's population, ...
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Gainsboro Y hosts “Cooking with Me” classes to improve communit...

Gainsboro Y hosts "Cooking with Me" classes to improve community health
The Gainsboro YMCA and Kroger have teamed up to offer healthy cooking and nutrition classes - starting with kids enrolled in the Y's after school ...
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Dozens of dead animals found in woman’s freezer — again

Dozens of dead animals found in woman's freezer -- again
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) - Authorities in Virginia say a Virginia Beach woman has once again been found to be in possession of dozens of ...
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Mathematics professor shares March Madness statistical tips

Mathematics professor shares March Madness statistical tips
It’s that time of year again when many will try to submit a perfect March Madness bracket. We checked with a Liberty Mathematics professor and ...
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Radford women, Liberty men in the Big Dance

Radford women, Liberty men in the Big Dance
The Radford women are going to the Big Dance for the first time since 1996 - and a Liberty assistant coach will face off against ...
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Supreme Court to rule on gerrymandering; House control likely at stake

Supreme Court to rule on gerrymandering; House control likely at stake
Virginia Democratic and Republican leaders must now wait for a Supreme Court decision on whether 11 House of Delegates districts shall be redrawn for the ...
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