911 Dispatcher Takes Call That Her House Is On FireA Virginia 911 dispatcher was on duty Thursday morning when she got a call that her own house was on fire.
Pittsburgh Native Lowers Flag On USS George H.W. BushA Pittsburgh native aboard the USS George H.W. Bush lowered the American flag the day after the former president died.
High School Could Be Renamed To Honor Couple Who Fought Interracial Marriage BanA high school in northern Virginia that's removing Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's name could be renamed to honor the couple who challenged the state's ban on interracial marriage.
WATCH: Pregnant Woman, Boyfriend Attacked In Mall Parking Lot On ThanksgivingA pregnant woman and her boyfriend are hoping a video will help police a find a group of people who jumped them in a mall parking lot on Thanksgiving night.
Pennsylvania Shows It Offered $4.6 Billion To Amazon Over 25 YearsAmazon has announced that New York City and Arlington, Virginia are the winners of the HQ2 sweepstakes.
Report: Amazon Will Split HQ2 Between NY, Northern VirginiaAmazon reportedly won’t be coming to Pittsburgh.
Man Sentenced To 6 Years For Putting Meth In Mother-In-Law's CoffeeA Virginia man accused of trying to kill his mother-in-law by putting methamphetamine in her coffee has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Author Predicts Amazon HQ2 Won’t Be Coming To PittsburghOne writer is predicting that Pittsburgh will come up short in the race for Amazon's coveted second headquarters.
Cyclist Fired For Flipping Off President Trump's Motorcade Is Running For Local OfficeThe cyclist who was fired from her job last fall after flipping off President Trump's motorcade is running for local office in Virginia.
U-Haul Offering 30 Days Free Self-Storage At 94 Locations Ahead Of Hurricane FlorenceTen U-Haul Companies across the Carolinas and Virginia are offering 30 days of free self-storage.
Softball Coach's Wife Apologizes For Mooning Stands After LossThe Roanoke Times reports 57-year-old Debbie L. McCulley is accused of mooning the stands, but a judge Thursday said the indecent exposure charge could be dropped.