I-135 is the new road to Charlottesville after Friday night's debacle.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Nobody saw it coming.

Can you feel it in air? It's almost the season when young men's fancies turn to Virginia Tech football's spring practice.

BLACKSBURG ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​—​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ From purely a football perspective, coaches love spring ball.
Mark Berman and Aaron McFarling discuss Virginia Tech’s loss to Alabama.
Reporter Jeff Sturgeon met with a tree sitter on top of Peters Mountain with photographer Erica Yoon
Aaron McFarling and Andy Bitter preview Radford’s March Madness game against Villanova.

It's difficult for people of a certain age to imagine these formerly bustling places of economic and social activity as near obsolete in 2018.

Back in December, workers who were part of the crews tearing down Crossroads Mall discovered an ancient ruin: They unearthed the well-preserved remains of the abandoned Time Out video game

A local visionary is at the forefront of a technological revolution that's gathering momentum

BLACKSBURG — Dan Larimer was broke, living in his parents’ house, driving his mom’s 2001 Nissan Altima and dealing with a messy divorce when he first discovered bitcoin in 2009.

Misery loves company, the old saying goes, but these victims of bureaucratic snafus would rather not be subjected to this runaround.

Jeff Kessel of Salem isn't the only driver from the Roanoke Valley who's been dinged for late charges for toll bills they never received. It happened to Gary Atkinson of

A second consecutive year in the black will be music in the ears of this musical venue's patrons

Rocky Mount’s Harvester Performance Center ended 2017 on a high note, turning a profit on its shows for the second year in a row.

A veteran took a sentimental airborne journey on Saturday.

Jack Ferguson was back in a green military flight suit on Saturday for one of the first times since he retired from the U.S. Army Air Forces on April 16,

The park closed in November for the work, which was undertaken to stop stream erosion and increase water quality of the creek that flows through Depot Park from Stone Street to the Aquatic Center.

CHRISTIANSBURG — All winter long heavy equipment has rolled over the grounds where last summer kids played soccer and clambered over swings and slides.

The Department of Environmental Quality said in a statement Friday that pipeline workers violated regulations that barred work in “riparian” areas, vegetative buffers along waterways. According to the violation notice, it was “a representative of ACP” who first reported the issue.

With full construction of the contentious natural gas project yet to begin, Virginia's environmental agency has issued a violation notice for the Dominion Energy-led Atlantic Coast Pipeline for cutting down

The Cavaliers appeared to be upset-proof, until they weren't.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Nobody saw it coming.

The grant will particularly target markets along Amtrak’s Northeast Regional route, such as Northern Virginia.

Regional tourism bureau Visit Virginia's Blue Ridge was awarded a $50,000 grant from the Virginia Tourism Corporation to implement a marketing campaign surrounding the region's breweries, outdoors activities and the

The Hokies held their first practice today.

BLACKSBURG ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​—​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ From purely a football perspective, coaches love spring ball.

The lawsuit filed in the county’s circuit court mirrors actions by local governments across the nation.

Dickenson County this week filed a $30 million lawsuit against the makers of painkillers and the companies that distribute them and oversee prescription benefit plans.

The campground cleanup will include simple maintenance tasks such as trail work, leaf clearing, painting and other small jobs.

The National Park Service is asking volunteers to help spruce up eight campgrounds along the Blue Ridge Parkway on April 21.

The Botetourt sheriff’s office has had 15 K-9 officers on its force over 45 years.

FINCASTLE — Sgt. John Claterbaugh and his K-9 partner Baron chased a wanted man along Interstate 81 just days before a veterinarian diagnosed the German shepherd with cancer.

All 41 students who will become medical doctors on May 5 were matched with a residency program.

The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine held its fifth Match Day ceremony on Friday, the last for Dean Cynda Johnson, who can retire with a perfect 100 percent match