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Stable Fire Declared Accidental

Posted: 08/28/2007 - Investigators say a stable fire in Kanawha County that killed 44 horses Sunday appears to have been accidental, but the damage was so extensive that the cause may never be known.

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JMU First Day

Posted: 08/28/2007 - Monday marked the first day of classes for all students at James Madison University.

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Harrisonburg Schools

Updated: 08/28/2007 - More schools are back in session after Harrisonburg opened it's school doors Tuesday morning.

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Staunton Embezzlement

Updated: 08/28/2007 - According to the Augusta County Sheriff's Office, Kelly Bosserman is being charged with two counts of embezzlement.

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Rain and Farmers

Updated: 08/27/2007 - This past weekend's storms and rain hit parts of the Valley hard. While it was moisture badly needed by some Augusta County farmers suffering from drought, not everyone got it what they needed.

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Pear Trees

Updated: 08/28/2007 - The heavy rains and strong winds this past weekend took out some of the area's picturesque trees.

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The Valley Responds

Updated: 08/28/2007 - It's been a fairly slow hurricane season so far this year, even though we are right in the middle of it. However, a strong reminder comes up later this week with the two year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

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Father Kills Daughters, Self

Updated: 08/28/2007 - An Alleghany County man who fatally shot his three daughters as they slept then killed himself over the weekend recently separated from his wife.

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ASPCA to See Dogs

Updated: 12/13/2007 - The government has asked animal-behavior experts to evaluate about 50 pit bulls seized from Michael Vick's property in southeast Virginia to determine whether the fighting dogs are adoptable or should be euthanized.

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Red Tide Suspected

Posted: 08/27/2007 - Three James River beaches are still off limits to swimmers after a suspected red tide discolored the water.

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First Football Game for VT

Posted: 08/27/2007 - East Carolina knows all eyes will be on Blacksburg, Virginia, this weekend when the Pirates play ninth-ranked Virginia Tech.

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Losing Teachers to Retirement

Posted: 08/27/2007 - Over the next three years, nearly 3,500 West Virginia teachers will be eligible for retirement, and officials worry there won't be enough new hires to replace them.

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Sierra Club Joins Massey Lawsuit

Posted: 08/27/2007 - Another environmental group wants to join a federal government lawsuit that accuses Massey Energy of thousands of Clean Water Act violations.

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WV Improves Battling Delinquent Parents

Posted: 08/27/2007 - While West Virginia has more than $766 million in unpaid child support, changes in the collection program have made big improvements.

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WV Police Plans for Drunks on Labor Day

Posted: 08/27/2007 - State and local police officers will be out in force over the upcoming Labor Day weekend to get drunken drivers off the roads.

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Landowners Call for Compensation

Updated: 08/28/2007 - West Virginians who own only the surface rights to their properties are joining forces to level the playing field with owners of the mineral rights.

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Transcript: Vick's Apology

Updated: 12/13/2007 - Shortly after formally entering his guilty plea in the federal dog fighting case, Michael Vick held a press conference to apologize for his actions.

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