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
The Rockingham County School Board is working hard to create a better workplace for its employees.
Updated: 6:48 AM
On Earth Day 2013, we hear from David Radcliff, Director of the New Community Project. He tells us four areas in which we can make changes to improve our environment.
Updated: 6:50 AM
An emergency communication center is in the middle of upgrading its technology.
Updated: 6:52 AM
Infrared technology helped law enforcement find the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. These type of cameras are widely used among first responders, including a group right here in the Valley.
Updated: 6:20 PM
A Valley organization is looking for help to improve sidewalks and bike paths in the area. People can voice their thoughts online by using an interactive map.
Updated: 6:21 PM
A high school in the Valley made a list as one of the most challenging schools in the country.
Posted: 4:56 PM
A man, who lives in Texas and police say had sex with a 13 year old from the Valley, is out on bond.
Posted: 4:34 PM
A Valley man is charged with three counts of aggravated sexual battery. The victim in this case is 10-years-old.
Updated: 3:36 PM
Several Shoney's restaurants have closed, including the Staunton and Harrisonburg locations.
Updated: 7:20 PM
Bone fragments found during a search for a missing Staunton hiker will be tested to determine whether they're human.
Updated: 2:53 PM
Students and faculty at Bridgewater College are recognizing Earth day.
Updated: 1:29 PM
Virginia Department of Transportation workers are beginning the work to remove unstable soil on Afton Mountain.
Posted: 11:13 AM
The wine industry has been becoming more popular the past few years, especially in Virginia.
Updated: 6:53 AM
People from the Valley were welcomed to join thousands of people across the United States to walk for suicide awareness and prevention.
Updated: 6:53 AM
You may have noticed the farmer's market in Harrisonburg was crowded with people today.
Updated: 8:28 AM
One college in the Valley is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Updated: 8:30 AM
The attorney for a man accused of mailing ricin-laced letters to the president and a senator says federal authorities have scant evidence linking her client to the crime.
Posted: 12:06 PM
irginia State Police have released the names of a Nebraska couple killed in a plane crash near Williamsburg.
Updated: 12:06 PM
Runners in the Valley will not let the Boston bombing stop them from hitting the pavement.
Posted: 11:50 PM
The inauguration of JMU President Jonathan Alger took place last month. We sit down with the president to find out about his vision for an "engaged" university.
Posted: 6:32 PM
One local university's track team is going to be running for a cause this weekend.
Posted: 5:36 PM
A Boston Marathon runner from the Valley was just hundreds of feet away from the explosion.
Updated: 12:09 PM
A law enforcement official in the Valley described his department would handle a large-scale manhunt, like the one in Boston for the bombing suspect.
Updated: 6:30 PM
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