The movie is about a young interracial couple preparing for marriage in a small town.
A 4-year-old boy is dead after a fire broke out in his home Monday night. Fire officials say the room he was in did not have a smoke detector.
Dispatchers say they received the call for the accident at 12:53 a.m.
Deputies have identified the victim as 70-year-old George Eugene Koons from Falling Waters, West Virginia.
CEO, Phil Bennett says at least 50 children are waiting for matches in the program.
Officials were on the scene in Shenandoah Junction for about two hours investigating and determined the incident was not a suicide.
A 16-year-old wanted for stabbing another man multiple times turned himself in to police Tuesday morning.
The crash happened near the St. Marks Road. exit at 9:47 p.m. The accident closed the highway for about three hours.
Police say the armed robbery happened in the 13000 block of Pine Hill Dr. around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday night.
Sheriff's deputies say the home invasion happened Wednesday afternoon around 6:30 p.m.
Officials say the fire started at an apartment building at 508 South Cannon St. around 4:30 a.m.
Police say three men walked into the branch at 2:47 p.m. on Tuesday and demanded money while showing a handgun.
The first 50 customers in line on Thursday, will get a $100 gift card. On Friday, the chain will also give away 400 gallons of gas.
Three Republican candidates for Virginia's House of Delegates fought to represent the party in the newly formed tenth district.
Despite no reports of damage roads, State Highway Officials say the office has dispatched many workers to monitor vulnerable areas.
MARTINSBURG, WV - Officials found that the fire that destroyed two town homes in the Capital Heights neighborhood of Martinsburg was arson. Neighbors told firefighters they believe someone may have thrown a pipe bomb or other object to start the fire.
The accident happened Tuesday night around 9:30 p.m. on Route 9 near Flowing Springs road.
Just one vehicle was involved in the crash and officials say speed was a factor.
State police say the accident happened on Route 66 in Hagerstown as the pick-up truck driver was trying to merge onto I-70.
As part of the first annual City Center Bike Night, this Friday's 'Wind Down' event is being enlarged.
State police locked down an area in Cresaptown after neighbors reported hearing gun shots Monday night, but the situation ended peacefully Tuesday morning.
A new law will make it legal to sell motorcycles on Sundays in Pennsylvania.
Senator Larry Farnese is introducing a bill that would make concealing the death of a child a felony.
Officials were instructed to detain Dorian Wilson after he was released from jail.
This is the second year for the event which is called the River City Barnfest, but this is the first year the event is running for three days.
The fire damaged the building of a medical supplies business called Your Safety Company.
The woman, whose identity was not released, told police the two men walked up to her between Harmon's Tavern and Old Shaff's Pub on the 400 block of Salem Avenue.
City police say Darrell Hicks confessed to murdering someone in his apartment
According to Senator Alloway, there is a fine and potential jail-time if someone is caught littering.
Within three years, Dan and Tina Hall have taken in almost a dozen foster children and eventually adopted four of them.
Deputy Chief William Dubbs says the man refused treatment after he was helped out of the apartment.
It took crews about an hour to extinguish the barn fire at 1367 Warm Spring Road in Hamilton Township.
Officials say Charles Booze repeatedly ran into a Volvo on I-81 Friday, pushing the vehicle about 200 feet.
At least five people, including two children were taken to Meritus Medical Center and a third person was flown to Baltimore in serious condition.
Fire officials believe an electrical malfunction caused a fire that damaged a historic church in Boonsboro.
Police say security cameras caught Michael Johnson and Branndin Sowers using the electronic key to search for the victim's car in the parking lot.
Officials with the U.S. Postal Service say they can postpone mail delivery if mail carriers face extreme threats.
Officials say the fire started just before 6:30 a.m., but by the time fire crews arrived, the shed was destroyed.
Officials at the new Brunswick Library say it is six times the size of the old building.
After a fire destroyed a home where two families lived, they say help from the community is helping them on their long road to recovery.
The holidays may be the big thing on everyone's minds but in the City of Frederick, officials are racking their brains over one of the biggest budget deficits ever.
Mayor-elect Randy McClement introduced his transition team at the first public meeting of Frederick's 60th Administration Thursday night.
A local woman shot and killed by her husband last month played a big role in organizing a performance fundraiser that took place Saturday night.
City Police are searching for the person who robbed Dick's Market on Salem Avenue Saturday afternoon.
Saturday morning, people in West Virginia had the chance to have breakfast with a sports legend.
An accident along Route 9 in Hedgesville on Tuesday night turned some heads.
Preliminary hearings for 3 teens and another man charged in a Point of Rocks robbery and with the attempted murder of a local businessman were scheduled today.
Rescue crews responded to an emergency on the Shanandoah River late Sunday evening.
WARDENSVILLE, WV - A suspected murder wanted in Winchester is under arrest, but police say they weren't able to catch him before he killed again.
HAGERSTOWN- A popular bowling alley saw its final pin knocked down Sunday.
It was the last day of the annual Frank Turner Pro Classic, part of a tour for professional duck pin bowlers.