Updated: 07/07/2006 - July 4 may be over but there's still plenty of fireworks left in Waynesboro.
Posted: 07/07/2006 - The Bush administration's plan to sell national forest lands to help pay for rural schools is drawing widespread opposition and suffering legislative setbacks.
Posted: 07/07/2006 - Tuesday's deadly accident in the Valley has people thinking about driving safety and cell phones. But just how dangerous is it? A new study suggests dialing up that cell phone in the car can be just as dangerous as drinking and driving.
Posted: 07/07/2006 - Most states are failing to pass muster with the government over student testing and may lose money unless they improve quickly.
Posted: 07/06/2006 - A Valley teen is found not guilty in the hit and run of a police officer.
Updated: 07/06/2006 - Gas prices may be headed up to three bucks a gallon by the weekend. That's what analysts tell the Associated Press.
Updated: 07/07/2006 - Not enough time to work out? A new gym in the Valley isn't letting you use that excuse anymore. "Y Express" is now open next to the YMCA in Staunton.
Posted: 07/06/2006 - The first case of the West Nile virus has been found in the Commonwealth.
Posted: 07/06/2006 - Potential jurors in the trial of an amateur photographer charged with killing a Virginia Commonwealth University student will NOT have to detail their knowledge of the case and its participants.
Posted: 07/06/2006 - She was convicted of trying to extort money from the Cracker Barrel restaurant chain by planting a dead mouse in a bowl of soup. Now a Hampton woman is getting jail time for the scam.
Posted: 07/06/2006 - It was the deadliest Fourth of July weekend since 1997 on Virginia's roadways. Virginia State Police say 21 people were killed on the roads this July Fourth weekend.
Updated: 07/05/2006 - The family is speaking out this evening about the loved one they have lost. They say she was a truly caring woman who lived life to the fullest.
Updated: 07/05/2006 - The new Elkton Town Council isn't wasting any time making changes.
Posted: 07/05/2006 - Good news for a national symbol as we wrap up our July 4th celebration. The population of Bald Eagles here in Virginia is soaring. An aerial survey found 4-hundred-85 pairs of eagles.
Updated: 07/05/2006 - Gypsy Hill Park was the place for a parade in Staunton. The annual event had the usual participants of antique cars, motorcycles, and local politicians.