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The Roanoke Times

Roanoke, VA, United States

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Kmart on Hershberger Road reopens following small fire; no one injured

The Kmart on Hershberger Road was temporarily closed Saturday morning after a small fire caused smoke damage in the store. → Read More

Kmart on Hershberger Road closed following small fire; no one injured

The Kmart on Hershberger Road has been temporarily closed as officials investigate a small fire Saturday morning. → Read More

Ex-Henry County deputy gets suspended sentence in shooting

ROCKY MOUNT — The former Henry County sheriff’s deputy who, while off-duty last spring, shot and wounded his neighbor in the man's living room, received a suspended sentence Monday. → Read More

Christiansburg police seek 14-year-old girl, missing since Friday

Police are trying to locate a 14-year-old Christiansburg girl who was last seen by her family on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Man arrested after Vinton police chase, 14-hour standoff

You never know who’s on the other side of your front door, said Debra Morrison. She learned that when James Robert Vermillion knocked on the door of her Vinton residence Thursday night. → Read More

No bomb found at Tanglewood Mall after evacuation, search

Police searched the evacuated facility for hours after a bomb threat was called in late Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Rockbridge County investigators identify 2 bodies found in home

A husband and wife who had been fatally shot were discovered at their Buena Vista home Thursday night, according to the Rockbridge County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Bond revoked for Roanoke woman charged in death of daughter; father held on separate charge

A judge has revoked the bond of a Roanoke woman who was charged with involuntary manslaughter in her infant daughter's death by drowning. Her husband, too, is currently being held without bail on a separate drug-related offense that involved a car crash and that same child, several months before her death but just days after she was born. → Read More

Prosecutors dismiss charges in reported Roanoke abduction case

Cases have been dismissed against four people who were charged last month after a reported abduction in Roanoke. → Read More

Driver in fatal 2002 Franklin County crash to remain in custody

Marina Snyder, the Franklin County woman held for the past two years on a conviction for involuntary manslaughter, will remain in custody for at least another eight months, a judge has ruled. → Read More

Roanoke store manager pleads guilty to receiving stolen goods

In the police video recording, which was filmed at a Roanoke convenience store counter, a customer hashes out a deal with the manager. → Read More

Drunken driver in fatal Franklin Road crash sentenced to 10 years in prison

As recently as six months ago, Rikki Dawn Reynolds and Earl Robert Wright were complete strangers whose lives had likely never overlapped in any way. → Read More

Drunk driver in fatal Franklin Road crash sentenced to 10 years in prison

Rikki Dawn Reynolds — the driver charged in the March death of Earl Robert Wright — will serve 10 years in prison for the crime, a judge decided Monday in Roanoke Circuit Court. → Read More

Roanoke teen shot and wounded during hold-up gets 7-month sentence

A Roanoke teenager who was shot and wounded during a January convenience store holdup pleaded guilty this week to one count of robbery. → Read More

Roanoke woman will serve 9 months for striking neighbor

A Roanoke woman who beat a neighbor with a blunt object — possibly a wrench — during an argument must serve nine months in jail. → Read More

Man gets 11 years for robbing Botetourt County bank twice

The man who robbed a Botetourt County bank twice last year was, for months, something of an enigma to investigators. → Read More

Sex offender receives 10 days in jail for being at Roanoke child care site

A convicted sex offender who admitted spending time at a Roanoke child care facility will serve 10 days in jail, a judge ruled Thursday. → Read More

Man found guilty of maliciously wounding Roanoke nightclub manager

Ron Dustin Taylor never denied that things got rough between him and a restaurant manager one winter night outside Roanoke’s Corned Beef & Co. → Read More

Man charged with DUI after Roanoke County house hit by car

A Roanoke County man whose vehicle struck a house early Saturday in the Cave Spring area -- and who then fled the scene -- has been charged with driving under the influence, police said. → Read More

Second man in Grandin Road baseball bat attack denied bond

Bail was denied Wednesday at a bond hearing for a second adult charged in a baseball bat attack last month on Grandin Road. → Read More