Taxes will stay the same next year for people who live in one Valley county.
Posted: 5:53 PM
Several day care owners in the Valley say the state isn't doing enough to help them pay the bills. The issue is a social services machine used to check children in and out of day care. Day care owners say it's difficult to use and inefficient.
Updated: 6:28 PM
One Valley woman is $2 million richer.
Updated: 6:28 PM
A retrial is set for the teen convicted of involuntary manslaughter after crashing and killing a baby in the Belmont Estates neighborhood last August.
Posted: 4:39 PM
A judge allowed numerous pieces of evidence, including police video and the 911 call to be used in the trial of a brutal rape case.
Posted: 4:32 PM
This week in Harrisonburg, local and state law enforcement officers are participating in "active outdoor shooter" training programs.
Updated: 1:32 PM
Altenergy, which is the second largest installer of solar energy in Virginia will have a grand opening in Staunton on Thursday.
Updated: 6:53 AM
The City of Harrisonburg efforts to name a street after civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Updated: 4:53 PM
Supervisors held a public comment session at the beginning of the meeting.
Updated: 6:52 AM
After going through the concealed carry class, WHSV's Alyson Bruner wanted to learn about tactical training.
Updated: 11:52 PM
The Cole Bros. Circus will be in town Wednesday and Thursday. Bob Corso had the chance to chat with a couple clowns.
Updated: 6:22 PM
People who live in one county will have to pay more taxes next fiscal year. The board of supervisors approved the increase Tuesday night.
Updated: 9:03 PM
An event this weekend will help end prescription drug abuse and protect the environment in the Valley. All it takes is community participation.
Updated: 6:30 PM
A man was upset after downed cable lines near his home had been sitting for months.
Updated: 4:26 PM
Police officers are investigating a possible child porn case at a local school.
Posted: 12:39 PM
Staff at local schools will have the chance to learn more about making safe routes to school a reality on Wednesday.
Posted: 7:18 AM
The Virginia Department of Fire Programs is recognizing all of the men and women who help people as volunteer fire fighters.
Posted: 6:31 AM
Mothers Against Drunk Driving's annual day for parents to talk with teens about alcohol was Sunday. Have you had the conversation? And what do you say?
Posted: 6:32 PM
With recent tragedies across the country, college leaders are trying to be more prepared for emergencies.
Updated: 6:11 PM
A car crash caused 10 acres of forest to catch fire.
Updated: 5:40 PM
A company in the Valley helped law enforcement during the capture of a bombing suspect in Boston.
Updated: 6:10 PM
Police charged four men with hazing in relation to an incident which resulted in the drowning of at least one university student.
Posted: 5:10 PM
A local school is competing to be a "top adventure college.”
Updated: 4:35 PM
The FDA could soon approve the sweetener aspartame as a hidden additive in a number of dairy products, including milk served to school children.
Updated: 6:10 PM
Your morning commute or just a drive around Harrisonburg running errands can be putting your life in jeopardy.
Updated: 6:46 AM
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