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Discrimination Not Allowed

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Charleston officials say their city may be the first in West Virginia to prohibit discrimination against gays and lesbians.

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Shepherd Security

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Shepherd University students are back at school this week with a heightened security system in place.

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Players Suspended

Posted: 08/21/2007 - West Virginia coach Rich Rodriguez on Tuesday indefinitely suspended two potential starters who were arrested over the weekend.

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Fish Kill in Mt. Crawford

Updated: 08/21/2007 - The Department of Environmental Quality is investigating another fish kill in the Shenandoah Valley that has left at least 5,000 fish dead.

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Turn Pike Tax Break

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Drivers on the West Virginia Turnpike who pay tolls with an EZ-Pass have a tax break heading their way.

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Lion Cubs

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Zola gave birth to cubs, but officials at the Norfolk Zoo don't know how many because the African lioness and her protective mate, Mramba, are keeping the curious at bay.

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Harpines Highway Accident

Posted: 08/21/2007 - An accident Tuesday morning in Rockingham County back up traffic on Harpines Highway.

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JMU Security Upgrade

Posted: 08/21/2007 - The tragedy at Virginia Tech caused JMU to update its emergency response plan.

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Pentagon Driver Must Wait

Posted: 08/21/2007 - An Arlington County judge won't rule on the constitutionality of Virginia's abusive-driver fees until the end of the month.

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Farm Deaths Up

Updated: 08/21/2007 - When it comes to dangerous jobs, farming comes in third, right behind construction and transportation.

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Serenity Garden

Updated: 08/21/2007 - It's crunch time for one local foundation to raise money for a garden in Waynesboro in honor cancer victims.

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BRCC Quad

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Blue Ridge Community College is giving its students a new place to study... Or just play around this year.

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Refugee Resettlement Program

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Thousands of refugees seeking a better place to live come to the United States every year.

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JMU Move-In

Moving In

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Tuesday is move-in day for freshmen at James Madison University.

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Page Fair Begins

Updated: 08/21/2007 - While some county fairs are winding down, others are just getting started.

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Rainy First Day

Updated: 08/21/2007 - It was a rainy first day back to school for Augusta County kids, and that means bus stops were empty as parents piled kids into cars.

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Chicken Houses Targets for Terrorism

Updated: 08/21/2007 - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security says the nation's chicken houses could be added to the list of potential terrorism targets.

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WVU Party Rank

Updated: 08/21/2007 - For the first time in a decade, West Virginia University is back on top, rated the nation's number one party school by The Princeton Review.

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VT Panel Final Meeting

Posted: 08/20/2007 - The group appointed by the governor to study the mass shootings at Virginia Tech met in a final session Monday in Charlottesville to finish its report.

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VA Tech Clery Violation?

Posted: 08/20/2007 - A campus safety advocacy group says Virginia Tech violated federal law by waiting more than two hours to warn the campus after two students were shot to death in a dormitory, the first victims of a mass shooting that left 33 dead last April.

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Professor's First Day Back

Posted: 08/20/2007 - Virginia Tech professor Bryan Cloyd lost his daughter in the April shootings at the school. On Monday, Cloyd returned to work at the Blacksburg campus.

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Jersey Uses

Updated: 12/13/2007 - About a dozen donated Atlanta Falcons football jerseys bearing the name and number of quarterback Michael Vick have arrived in the mail at the Atlanta Humane Society since the superstar was indicted last month on federal dogfighting charges.

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Vick Changes Plea

Updated: 12/13/2007 - Michael Vick's lawyer said Monday the NFL star will plead guilty to federal dogfighting conspiracy charges.

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Kaine Announces Short Revenues

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Governor Tim Kaine says the state is looking at a projected shortfall of $641 million in revenues by next summer, and he ordered agencies to cut their budgets by five percent.

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