Joshua Bolden

Joshua Bolden joined the WVVA News team in June 2016 as a multimedia journalist working out of the Bluefield studios. In January 2018 he began

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Ashley Smith

Ashley Smith is a Multimedia Journalist/Weekend Anchor at WVVA. Before moving to the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains, Ashley started her journalism career as a sports broadcaster…

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Jennifer Roberts

Jennifer Roberts comes to the news team from Charlotte,   Her passion for journalist is strong, as is her determination to be a good journalist.

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Melinda Zosh

Melinda was born and raised in a small, rural town in Northeastern Pennsylvania. As a child, she loved to play outdoors and developed a passion for animal welfare from a young age

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Annie Moore

Annie is no stranger to the Appalachian Mountains. She was born in Blacksburg, Virginia and was a nationally-ranked swimmer growing up.

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Sunday Evening Forecast: Clouds return tomorrow

Sunday Evening Forecast: Clouds return tomorrow

After a week that felt like a preview into the heart of winter, we enjoyed a return back to fall

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Photography group collects toys for foster children

PRINCETON, WV (WVVA) After a very successful fundraiser for Hurricane Florence victims in September, the Giggle Box Studios hosted another

2 vehicle accident in McDowell County

MAYBEURY, WV (WVVA) — A two vehicle accident occurred in McDowell County this evening. According to dispatch, the call came

Bluefield, Va getting in the Christmas spirit

The Town of Bluefield gathered Saturday evening for the 2018 Christmas tree lighting. Complete with ice skating in the middle

Fatal crash involving Richlands students

UPDATE: Virginia State Police Senior Trooper J.B. Barlow is investigating a single-vehicle crash in Washington County. The crash occurred Nov.

Cracking down on drivers ignoring school bus stop signs

The Princeton Police Department is putting a stop to drivers who are allegedly passing stopped school buses in the city