Eric Miller, WDBJ7

Eric Miller


Roanoke, VA, United States

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Past articles by Eric:

Botetourt wind farm up in the air after key permit revoked

The project has been in the works for more than six years. → Read More

Security footage shows terrifying moments of Roanoke shooting

The footage shows clerks and customers diving for cover as three bullets fly through the windows. → Read More

Amid transgender controversy, Carroll County Schools eye removing gendered bathrooms

Carroll County Schools may get rid of the mens' and womens' restrooms altogether in the latest argument over transgender student rights. → Read More

Botetourt parents up in arms at school board

Parents showed up for two reasons: state policy on transgender students and critical race theory. → Read More

Salem Fair attendance rebounds after slow start

Over the weekend, the Salem Fair had two historically good days. → Read More

220/Electric Road changes move ahead, as VDOT seeks feedback

The changes will reduce traffic in a notoriously difficult intersection, according to VDOT. → Read More

Worker shortage? Don’t tell that to Roanoke County Fire and Rescue

The department has had about 170 applicants so far this year, up from about 125 last year. → Read More

Roanoke advances raise for police, one day after downtown shooting

Council's vote comes just 24 hours after two people were injured in a shooting in downtown Roanoke. → Read More

Rules on trans students draw dozens to Floyd schools meeting

The crowd was so large, the meeting had to be moved to the high school auditorium at the last minute. → Read More

Fleming graduation goes ahead, one day after shooting that injured student

The graduation ceremony proceeded as planned, with heightened security. → Read More

Roanoke Sheriff candidates prepare to face off in primary

The two candidates will face off in a June 8 primary. → Read More

Blue Ridge Parkway to close at Roanoke River Bridge for rehab project

Beginning on May 16, the Roanoke River Overlook/parking lot and trail access to the Roanoke River will also be closed. → Read More

Lawsuits, health regulations and student safety: Colleges weigh whether to require COVID-19 vaccines

The decision schools across the Commonwealth make will impact tens of thousands of college-bound Virginians. → Read More

Roanoke groups say they’re prepared to tackle summer homeless increase

The pandemic has also increased the number of homeless people living outdoors, away from shelters. → Read More

Latest Roanoke City gun violence prevention group gets to work

The Commission is the latest iteration of the Task Force to Reduce Gun Violence. → Read More

Smiley the alligator, rescued from a Franklin County house fire, heads to a new home

A sanctuary in Florida is expected to take the gator. → Read More

Carilion testing technology to help people with heart failure

If successful, doctors say this device could help thousands of people in our area each year. → Read More

Roanoke City Schools approves new reopening plan, but board members wish they could have done more

The plan will offer four days a week of in-person instruction to all grades, but not all students. → Read More

Roanoke Gas bills to increase nearly 70% following winter weather impacts to natural supply

Beginning in March, customers with the Roanoke Gas Company will see much higher than normal bills. → Read More

Appalachian power crews make progress, but some stubborn jobs remain

Crews in some areas encountered difficult conditions that mean it could be several days before power is restored. → Read More