A fire destroyed a family of three's home on the 500 block of East Side Highway. It happened just after 1 a.m. on Thursday morning.
Updated: 6:34 AM
Waynesboro honors one of its own for her work as a civil rights leader and as a black history teacher.
Updated: 6:39 AM
After passing away a year and a half ago, one fallen Valley emergency responder is being honored at a national event.
Updated: 6:37 AM
A new study suggests that some Virginia universities aren't preparing future educators for the classroom.
Posted: 6:58 PM
HARRISONBURG, Va. -- The Rosetta Stone branch in Harrisonburg announced it's laying off 13 workers Wednesday.
Posted: 6:46 PM
One word could change the way doctors treat obesity across the nation. The American Medical Association officially labels obesity as a 'disease.'
Posted: 6:36 PM
Spring rains may be bringing us lots of flooding, but it's keeping away wildfires. That doesn't stop the Virginia Department of Forestry from giving out grants.
Posted: 6:25 PM
City school administrators are meeting with officials from other school divisions to get ideas on the best practices in building a proposed new middle school.
Posted: 1:03 PM
Weyers Cave -- The Virginia State Police and Virginia Department of Corrections are searching for an inmate who escaped from custody while on a work-release assignment at about 10 a.m. Wednesday morning in Weyers Cave.
Updated: 12:48 AM
President Obama recently authorized sending weapons to the Syrian rebels. We go to the map and look at the many players in the civil war.
Posted: 11:44 AM
A new accident website by the Virginia Farm Bureau launched on May 3rd, however members said no one has written an accident report throught the web site.
Updated: 11:51 AM
We're following up on a recommendation to rename Cantrell Avenue after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. There are people in Harrisonburg who support it and there are others who are petitioning against it.
Updated: 11:51 AM
DINWIDDIE, Va. (AP) -- A man accused of killing a Virginia State Police trooper is facing more charges.
Posted: 10:51 AM
A system put in place to help warn you about emergencies needed a life line.
Updated: 5:18 AM
New state grants will add school resource officers to more than 40 Virginia schools.
Posted: 8:42 PM
The suspect in the murder of a 65-year-old woman speaks exclusively to WHSV-TV 3.
Posted: 7:24 PM
With so much flooding this spring, we may see problems with our sewer systems. We want you to know what happens underground near your home.
Posted: 7:18 PM
New details on a woman who was facing animal cruelty charges in Harrisonburg.
Posted: 6:57 PM
HARRISONBURG, Va. -- The Harrisonburg Fire Department is looking into several dumpster fires that happened late Monday night.
Posted: 6:48 PM
Eastern Mennonite University men's volleyball coach pleaded guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery.
Updated: 8:43 PM
West Virginia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for May inched down to 6.2 percent.
Posted: 3:56 PM
State alcohol regulators say they have arrested a Pittsylvania County man after they seized 339 gallons of moonshine from his home.
Posted: 2:55 PM
Harrisonburg Police have arrested William D. Landes Junior for the mobile meth lab found on Sunday.
Updated: 2:47 PM
Two homes were damaged and several roads were shutdown for a time on Monday night due to flooding from heavy rains in the area.
Posted: 1:07 PM
WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. (AP) -- A rocket carrying students' experiments is scheduled to be launched Thursday from the Wallops Island Flight Facility in Virginia.
Posted: 12:52 PM
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