Posted: 5:30 PM A local university has reported more cases of mumps on its campus.
Updated: 2:35 PM A student who hid from a gunman as he shot two women at a southwest Virginia community college says he attempted to lure more students out of hiding by pretending he was a police officer.
Updated: 1:49 PM The Virginia Board of Health has given final approval to strict new regulations that abortion-rights supporters claim would force most of Virginia's 20 abortion clinics to close.
Updated: 10:20 AM Abortion-rights supporters are making one final attempt to derail strict new regulations that they claim would force most of Virginia's 20 abortion clinics to close.
Posted: 2:18 PM A new report shows fewer Virginians are getting health insurance through their employer.
Posted: 6:11 PM A car dealership building will be transformed into the Valley's newest outpatient center.
Updated: 6:08 PM USDA representatives met with Valley farmers market leaders to discuss how to serve people in rural Virginia.
Updated: 1:58 PM The Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute says its research into Alzheimer's and other neurological diseases will move into human clinical trials in the next few years.
Posted: 1:42 PM Any West Virginia insurance policy that covers maternity services would have to provide those benefits to everyone covered by the policy, not just the policy holder.
Updated: 12:12 PM Pres. Barack Obama is asking Congress to spend $100 million next year to start a new project to map the human brain in hopes of eventually finding cures for diseases like Alzheimer's.
Posted: 11:34 AM The Food and Drug Administration says smokers that are trying to quit can safely use nicotine gum, patches and lozenges for longer than previously recommended
Posted: 2:46 PM Federal regulators issued 196 citations during February impact inspections at 14 U.S. mines, including a southern West Virginia coal mine that was targeted for its ventilation plans.
Updated: 12:01 PM Gov. Bob McDonnell wants to prohibit abortion coverage through insurance plans purchased through the federally run health care exchange that will serve Virginia.
Posted: 10:37 AM Parents, mental health experts and representatives of the video game industry are gathering in Martinsburg to discuss the impact violence may have on the adolescent brain.