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National Parks, Forests Could Close

Updated: 04/06/2011 - U.S. Department of Interior officials are meeting to discuss the possibility of national park closures if the federal government shuts down.

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Dream Machine Recycle Rally for Earth Week

Updated: 04/05/2011 - Virginia Secretary of Education Gerard Robinson and Secretary of Natural Resources Doug Domenech have joined with PepsiCo and Waste Management to encourage K-12 schools in the Commonwealth to participate in the Dream Machine Recycle Rally program in celebration of Earth Week.

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Memorial Remembers Gilliam, Love and Others

Updated: 04/01/2011 - Hundreds of friends, family and fellow students gathered Friday at a memorial service for several University of Virginia students who died while attending the school.

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Hunter Says Changes Won't Break Tradition

Updated: 04/02/2011 - Higher license fees, bear hunting season changes, even the size of a buck you bring home are just a few of the proposals about which the state Department of Game and Inland Fisheries wants to hear from hunters.

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Crime Where You Live 3-31

Updated: 04/01/2011 - Augusta County deputies have arrested a man accused of stealing medication from a cancer patient.

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What's Going Around 3-30

Posted: 03/31/2011 - In this week's what's going around report, doctors and other medical professionals are reminding us that it's still flu season.

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Phone Scam Hits Staunton

Updated: 03/29/2011 - The Staunton Police Department is warning about a nationwide phone scam that's now come to the Valley.

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Domestic Violence Mediation Training

Updated: 03/29/2011 - One in four women in Virginia is a victim of domestic violence, and on Monday, a group of domestic violence mediators met in the Valley for a training session.

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HUD Money to Help Low-Income Families on to Path of Self-Sufficiency

Posted: 03/28/2011 - U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announced Monday that a public housing agency in Harrisonburg will receive $24,019 to link low-income families with the necessary education and job training to put them on the path to self-sufficiency.

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Calling to Reinstate Ban on High-Capacity Clips

Posted: 03/28/2011 - Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and police Chief Charles Ramsey are joining a call for Congress to reinstate a ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines like those used in the mass shooting that wounded U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Arizona in January.

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A Voice for Invisible Children

Posted: 03/28/2011 - Young people are traveling all across the country this spring to spread the word about a war in East Central Africa that's putting children in danger.

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Breaking It Down for Charity

Posted: 03/28/2011 - More than 300 young people from across the world gathered in Harrisonburg Saturday to break dance for charity.

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