Reporter: Estephany Escobar
A picture making its way around social media features a CVS sign here in the Valley. "Kleenex $. 99 Stock up in case the Redskins don't improve," was posted on the sign.
The sign is no longer displayed at the CVS on Cantrell Avenue. Now it just shows that Kleenex are on sale for $.99, no longer reaching out to Redskins fans. "Trying to send a little friendly hint to the Redskins fans so I think they will bounce back. Don't take it personal is all in good humor," said Elton Moton who found the sign humorous. The three CVS stores in Harrisonburg deny it was their sign and the corporate office did not return our calls before deadline.
HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) Update Wednesday 8:35 p.m.
Below, release from Harrisonburg Police On Wednesday, September 25.
The Harrisonburg Police Department, along with the assistance of Bridgewater Police Department, located Courtney Leffel, the missing 17-year-old from Harrisonburg.
Leffel was located in the town of Bridgewater and was located without incident. The Harrisonburg Police Department does not believe there was any criminal activity involved in this incident.
Reporter: Anna-Lysa Gayle
HARRISONBURG, Va. -- Virginia State Police is reminding motorists to adhere to the "Move Over Law".
"The first offense is a traffic infraction and that's the fine of up to $250, now the second offense could moved up to a class one misdemeanor," said Sgt. Frank Pyanoe III who is a Virginia State Police area commander.
He says several police officers have been hit by drivers while helping stranded drivers or stopping people for violations. Virginia State Police is calling for motorists to move over into another lane when passing any service vehicles, or slow down if unable to do so.
The second offense carries up to a $2500 fine or a year in jail, or both.