Cameron Austin, The Roanoke Times

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Past articles by Cameron:

Threatening graffiti at Virginia Tech prompts alert

The Virginia Tech Police Department is asking for information from the public regarding threatening graffiti found in a campus building. → Read More

Montgomery County voter turnout to push 2011 total

As of 2 p.m., voter turnout in Montgomery County was at 20.2 percent, accounting for 11,899 votes, according to county Registrar Randy Wertz. → Read More

Virginia Tech professor and family settle with Carilion for $1.8 million

Carilion Clinic has agreed to pay $1.8 million in the settlement of a lawsuit claiming a video-assisted surgical procedure left a Virginia Tech professor’s daughter with a permanent brain injury. → Read More

Noah Thomas case: Boy died from drowning

Noah Thomas died from drowning and hypothermia, according to testimony presented at a joint preliminary hearing on Wednesday. → Read More

Pulaski man pleads guilty to capital murder of infant son

PULASKI — After Howard Cole killed his infant son, he placed the body in his car and drove to purchase alcohol. He began drinking as he drove around looking for a place to bury Cory Cole’s 5-month-old body. → Read More

Noah Thomas hearing: Cellphone being examined for possible evidence

PULASKI - A cellphone found with 5-year-old Noah Thomas is being tested to determine what evidence it may offer in the child's death. → Read More

Noah Thomas case: Cell phone was in child's pocket, according to motion

A cell phone was in the front right pocket of five-year-old Noah Thomas when he was found dead in a septic tank in March, according to a motion filed on Thursday in Pulaski County Juvenile and Domestic Relations court. → Read More

Noah Thomas case: Mother charged with felony homicide

Ashley White is now charged with felony homicide in connection with the death of her 5-year-old son Noah Terry Thomas. → Read More

Arrest made in threatening Virginia Tech Yik Yak post

A Virginia Tech senior has been arrested after posting a threatening Yik Yak post warning of an upcoming event similar to the April 16, 2007, shootings on the campus. → Read More

National organization: Noah Thomas found deceased

DUBLIN – After a flurry of activity around the home of five-year-old Noah Thomas, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children sent an email to members informing them that the child "has been located deceased." → Read More

Activity ongoing around the home of Noah Thomas

DUBLIN – As the fifth day of searching is well underway, the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is now offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the location of Noah Terry Thomas who has been missing since Sunday. → Read More

Ewing pleads guilty to murder of Virginia Tech student

Just days before her trial was set to begin, Jessica Michelle Ewing pleaded guilty Thursday to the first-degree murder of Virginia Tech student Samanata Shrestha. → Read More

Man believed to be with missing Christiansburg teen has ties to the region

As investigators continue to pursue leads regarding missing 16-year-old Aysia Lewis, more information has come out about Donald Bruce Quesenberry Jr., the person of interest in Lewis’ disappearance. → Read More

CANCELLED: Amber Alert for 3-year old Patrick County boy

Virginia State police have cancelled an Amber Alert for missing 3-year-old Tommy Lee Able Engle. → Read More

Roanoke police ID, search vehicle linked to fatal hit-and-run

Roanoke police have identified the car that they believe struck and killed a Roanoke woman on Shenandoah Avenue a month ago. → Read More

Boones Mill man sought in connection with Roanoke gunfire

Roanoke police have charged two men and are looking for a third in connection with gunfire and a beating that occurred Tuesday evening in the 1200 block of Orange Avenue Northeast. → Read More

W&L public safety officer remembered by community

From jump-starting cars to teaching self-defense classes, Larry Stuart did it all on Washington and Lee’s campus. → Read More

Roanoke police investigating bank robbery

Roanoke police are looking for a man who robbed Carter Bank and Trust on Ninth Street this morning. → Read More

$2,000 lawn mower stolen from Little League field

Little League players in Cave Spring might have to deal with some longer grass and bumpier dirt after the league’s riding lawn mower was stolen from them last weekend. → Read More

2 charged with meth production in Roanoke

Two people have been charged with manufacturing meth after police discovered a lab at a home in southeast Roanoke. → Read More