Khiree Stewart, PHL17

Khiree Stewart


Pennsylvania, United States

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Past articles by Khiree:

3 Dead; 2 Injured in Car Crash on Kelly Drive

Philadelphia police say that 3 teenagers are dead and two other people are recovering in the hospital after a car crash along Kelly Drive. It happened around 9 O’clock on Wednesday night near North Ferry Road. Investigators say an 18 year-old woman was driving a car with three other passengers when she lost control and […] → Read More

Group discusses Kionte Spencer investigation at supervisors meeting

The group 'Justice for Kionte' and others continue to ask for justice. Members of the group made their voices heard at Tuesday's Roanoke County board of supervisors meeting. → Read More

Police stress importance of seatbelts

The national Click It or Ticket campaign kicked off today. Law enforcement hopes it educates drivers and passengers on the importance of wearing a seat belt. → Read More

Cline narrowing down sites for Foamhenge

'Foamhenge' could find its new home in Glasgow. → Read More

Laid off employees said they were asked to pay back severance

In February, a woman we'll call Abby says she and others we're laid off from Anthem. She's asked we not show her face or use her real name. → Read More

RAM House in danger of closing after decades of service

The RAM House's operating budget is running low and it could close towards the end of summer. → Read More

Students donate body cameras to Lynchburg Police K9 unit

On Wednesday, students at Liberty University donated body cameras to Lynchburg Police Department's K-9 unit. → Read More

Rockbridge County community helps family after house fire

A Rockbridge County family is picking up the pieces after losing everything last week in a house fire → Read More

Victim identified in Maury River drowning

Glasgow Volunteer Fire Department Chief John Hill reflects on Monday evenings swift water rescue. → Read More

New principals named for Northside and William Byrd High Schools

On Thursday night, the Roanoke County School Board named Dominick McKee as the new principal of Northside High School and Tammy Newcomb as principal of William Byrd High School. → Read More

Organizations prepare for Prescription Drug Take Back Day

RAYSAC is working with the Western Virginia Water Authority and other agencies to prepare for Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday. → Read More

Expert explains how investigators handle bomb threats

Police are still investigating threats at two local schools. → Read More

Expansions planned for Devils Backbone Brewing in Lexington

It's only been a few days since Anheuser-Busch announced they were buying Devils Backbone Brewing. The craft beer company’s founder and CEO, Steve Crandall, says this is only the beginning. → Read More

Buena Vista increases efforts to deal with blighted properties

City leaders recently rewrote a code enforcement ordinance that changes the way the city deals property issues. → Read More

Local woman gets class ring back after losing it 40 years ago

Almost 40 years ago, a woman from our area lost her high school class ring while she was at a park. → Read More

Improvements are coming to downtown Vinton

Ralph Chumley has owned Citizens Upholstery & Furniture in downtown Vinton for nearly 50 years. → Read More

Octopus sculpture seen in Lake Robertson

If you're planning to head to Lake Robertson in Lexington this weekend, you'll probably see a mysterious sculpture in the water. → Read More

Hundreds participate in "Take Back the Night" rally

Hundreds of candles and hundreds of people made their way through downtown Blacksburg to for a "Take Back the Night" rally. → Read More

People in Roanoke remember the Selma to Montgomery marches

People remember the men and woman in 1965 that marched from Selma to Montgomery Alabama to bring equal voting rights to African-Americans. → Read More

Roanoke beekeepers continue to raise awareness about Colony Collapse Disorder

Roanoke beekeeper continues to raise awareness about Colony Collapse Disorder. → Read More