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  • Mitt Romney to Talk About Arming Syrian Rebels in Speech

    Mitt Romney to Talk About Arming Syrian Rebels in Speech
    Mitt Romney will seek to bolster his foreign policy credentials in a major speech Monday, two weeks before the GOP presidential nominee takes part in a presidential debate focused on security. In his remarks, set to take place at the Virginia Military...
  • Top 5 places to see fall foliage

    Top 5 places to see fall foliage
    There's nothing quite like autumn in southwest and central Virginia. As the colors unfold across the region, we wanted to know where you like to go and catch the fall foliage. Here are the top answers along with a few more extras you suggested. BLUE...
  • More than 200 graduate from Virginia Military Institute

    More than 200 graduate from Virginia Military Institute
    It was a celebration Wednesday at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington as more than two hundred cadets picked up their diplomas. They walked in all prim and proper with big smiles, making for a picture perfect graduation ceremony at the Virginia...
  • Think you've seen enough of Obama, Romney, Biden and Ryan?

    Think you've seen enough of Obama, Romney, Biden and Ryan?
    Without a doubt Southwest Virginia has become a hub for this year's Presidential candidates.  We've seem them campaign here in past years, but never quite like this.  From the current Commander-In-Chief to the man who wants to replace him and their number...
  • Roanoke Man Longtime Buddies with Mitt Romney

    Roanoke Man Longtime Buddies with Mitt Romney
    Imagine if someone you were buddies with from way back when was running for President? That's the case for one Roanoke allergy doctor who's known Mitt Romney since they were 19 years old. When Mitt Romney pointed into the crowd at a rally in Roanoke...
  • Great Backyard Campout this weekend

    Great Backyard Campout this weekend
    This weekend, the National Wildlife Federation encourages families to spend the night under the stars. On June 23rd, thousands of families will come together for a night of exploration and fun as part of the Annual Great American Backyard Campout. All...
  • U.S. States Expecting Cool Down on Monday

    U.S. States Expecting Cool Down on Monday
    At long last, a cold front will snap a stubborn heat wave that has roasted much of the country for more than a week. However, the front is also expected to bring storms as it moves through the Midwest and Northeast on Sunday. The front has already...
  • Listeria concerns prompt bagged spinach recall for Kroger stores

    Listeria concerns prompt bagged spinach recall for Kroger stores
    Check your refrigerator. Kroger is recalling spinach sold at grocery stores in 15 states, over possible Listeria contamination. The recall includes stores in Virginia. The recall is for "Fresh Selections" bagged Tender Spinach. It was sold in 10 ounce...
  • Kroger recalls spinach sold in Midwest for listeria risk

    Kroger recalls spinach sold in Midwest for listeria risk
    A well-known grocery chain announced a recall of their spinach sold in the Midwest and the eastern part of the United States due to listeria risk. Kroger issued the recall of its Fresh Selections Tender Spinach, which were sold in 10 oz. bags Tuesday....
  • Governor McDonnell requests federal assistance for derecho storm damage

    Governor McDonnell requests federal assistance for derecho storm damage
    Governor Bob McDonnell has requested federal assistance following the derecho storms June 29-30 that caused widespread damage and knocked out power to thousands. Fifteen people died from storm-related injuries. At one point, around 1.3 million utility...
  • President Obama signs Virginia disaster declaration following derecho storms

    President Obama signs Virginia disaster declaration following derecho storms
    President Obama has signed a major disaster declaration for Virginia following last month's severe storms. Several thousand people lost power across the Commonwealth, and several homes and businesses were damaged. The declaration means federal funding...
  • Lexington's Theater at Lime Kiln will close this Sunday

    Lexington's Theater at Lime Kiln will close this Sunday
    UPDATED 09/24/2012 07:42 p.m. After almost 30 years, the Theater at Lime Kiln will close for good.  Executive Director Tony Russell made the announcement during a Rockbridge County Board of Supervisors meeting Monday night.  The Theater's last day...