Top 3 Headlines July 17

By: Kitty Capelle
By: Kitty Capelle

These are the three most popular headlines grabbing your attention on whsv.com for July 17th.

Should Cities Allow Backyard Chickens?

STAUNTON, Va - After World War II, we entered a new age, where convenience was king. Keeping animals for food was pretty much outlawed within city limits, but now some feel these rules goes against the very nature of living in a community.

 

Teenage Boy Trapped in Cave

 

MT. SOLON, Va - A teenage boy was trapped in a cave on Monday night. Glade Cave, where the boy was trapped, is in the northwest part of Augusta County off of Rt 42. At least five rescue teams responded to the incident and the teenager was eventually freed.

 

WHSV-TV3 Adds CBS to Family of Stations in the Valley

CBS announced today that it has signed affiliation agreements with Gray Television, Inc.’s stations WECP in Panama City, FL; WSVF in Harrisonburg, VA; and WIYE in Parkersburg, WV.

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