Updated: 01/23/2006 - For more than 20 years, the Special Olympics have owned the slopes at Wintergreen. But, with each torch that's lit, the games mean much more than a gold, silver or bronze.
Updated: 01/23/2006 - It may be the shot you and your family are looking for.
Posted: 01/22/2006 - A big topic for law makers is taxes. You may remember President Bush's reelection campaign hinging on "tax reform." Some believe the president is about to act on his promises.
Updated: 01/22/2006 - If you headed out for a Sunday drive, you may have ended up in one of many traffic jams.
Updated: 01/22/2006 - Governor Tim Kaine and the Senate have released their transportation plans. Some leaders don't agree with either one of the proposals.
Updated: 01/22/2006 - The secret's out on the Queen City with more publicity coming it's way.
Updated: 01/22/2006 - Businesses have a tough time staying open for one year, let alone 109.
Updated: 01/21/2006 - Scientists are still trying to find a cure for the Aids virus, but volunteers in the Valley are providing comfort for those already living with the deadly disease.
Updated: 01/21/2006 - Police officers enforce the law, so why aren't they given the authority to crack down on illegal immigration? That's an issue Congressman Bob Goodlatte addressed Saturday at a town meeting in Dayton.
Updated: 01/21/2006 - Boy scouts are known for starting fires, tying knots, and of course first aid. Yes, the annual Klondike Derby showcases these skills but it also re-enforces something much greater...Becoming good men.
Updated: 01/20/2006 - An act of Congress could take many people's breath away, literally.
Updated: 01/20/2006 - We've heard of risky professions: police officer, soldier, firefighter. But, when you order your next pizza, think about the person delivering it to your front door.
Updated: 01/20/2006 - It's a story the Frontier Culture Museum has been trying to tell for 20 years. Finally, the gaps will be filled when its expansion plans are finally mapped out in the next few weeks.
Updated: 01/20/2006 - A customer pointed a rifle towards a worker at a fast food restaurant in Dukes Plaza on South Main Street in Harrisonburg last night.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - Community Block Grant cuts in Harrisonburg will affect public service organizations.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - A federal agency has cited a tent company in connection with the electrocution deaths of four Boy Scout leaders killed at the 2005 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A-P Hill.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - The voters voted her out and now city officials want her lawsuit against the city thrown out.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - Campaign fever has hit several Valley communities, including the River City. Two opponents have lined up against an incumbent who hasn't even announced if he is running again.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - Tom Mendez and Tim Lacey will both seek another term.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - He helped set his now-deceased father's house on fire and for punishment he has to work with the people who helped put it out.