Updated: 1:03 PM The testing is online and according to Dr. Charlette Mcquilkin, Virginia is the number one state for technology during testing.
Updated: 12:30 PM A Virginia landmark and tourism attraction once owned by Thomas Jefferson is up for sale.
Posted: 11:01 AM Last year, the RMH Emergency Department treated more than 3400 youths for injuries.
Posted: 10:19 AM A man is dead after he was hit by a CSX train in Waynesboro.
Updated: 6:57 AM Did you ever think big foot could be here as close as West Virginia? A WHSV reporter went on a Sasquatch watch and investigated the history of this mystery.
Updated: 6:58 AM A tornado warning system is being credited for saving lives in the Oklahoma tornadoes, but the City of Harrisonburg doesn't have one.
Updated: 6:59 AM The Virginia State Police is calling an object found in the Chick-Fil-A parking lot Wednesday morning a "World War II Mortar Round".
Updated: 8:50 PM Business Giving Away Decades Old Safe
Updated: 6:45 PM The Democractic primary in Virginia faces different challenges than the one for Republicans.
Updated: 6:45 PM Immigration reform is one step closer to getting passed. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a reform bill Tuesday night. Now that bill heads to the Senate.
Updated: 6:47 PM It's motorcycle awareness month and local groups are making a push to ensure drivers and bikers alike are able to make it home from the highways.
Updated: 6:47 PM It's been a century since the American Cancer Society opened its doors, helping cancer victims worldwide survive the disease.
Updated: 6:44 PM The grading system for students will change in one public school system. The superintendent says this will help students get into college.
Updated: 6:44 PM There was a bomb scare on Wednesday afternoon when a man found a WWII era mortar round.
Updated: 6:43 PM Public utilities is conducting tests on portions of the sanitary sewer system this week through the end of June.
Updated: 4:48 PM Retailers in the Market Square East Shopping Center between Route 33 and Burgess Road told WHSV that police have instructed them to be on lock down.
Updated: 12:39 PM Virginia has the go-ahead for a major cost-saving experiment that simplifies and consolidates care for people eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare.
Updated: 7:01 AM For the first time in Virginia, people in a low income housing apartment building will be using solar energy for their utilities.
Updated: 7:01 AM For the first time, the Harrisonburg Police Foundation honored four police officers with awards.
Posted: 7:22 PM There's a new exhibit opening this Thursday at the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum in Staunton. It's of Wilson's Pierce-Arrow limousine.
Updated: 6:49 PM Quail populations in Virginia are declining, but local landowners are doing something to help bring the birds back.
Updated: 6:48 PM A Valley hospital was recognized for being in the top 2 percent of hospitals in the country.
Updated: 6:47 PM Tornadoes have happened in the Valley before. A WHSV reporter checked in with schools in the area to see what the procedure is for if a tornado hits.
Updated: 6:47 PM While the entire nation is focused on the wreckage left by the tornado in Oklahoma, Valley neighbors are reflecting on the tornadoes that passed through two years ago.
Posted: 5:02 PM The Red Cross in the Valley is helping citizens in Oklahoma impacted by the two-mile wide tornado that hit Oklahoma City.
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