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Victor Rojas Indicted

Updated: 07/17/2007 - A Maryland van driver has been indicted by a grand jury on abuse and neglect charges following a February accident.

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Mental Health Facility in Staunton

Updated: 07/17/2007 - A mental health facility may still be coming to a Staunton neighborhood even after a judge halted construction.

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How Close Is Close Enough

Posted: 07/17/2007 - The fate of several claims brought by relatives of miners killed at the Sago Mine are going to hinge on a question of proximity.

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Serving Habitual Drunks

Posted: 07/17/2007 - The city of Huntington is taking another step in its effort to clean up the downtown.

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Seven Year Search Still On

Posted: 07/17/2007 - It's been more than seven years since Mary Friend and her mother, Marcus Maxine Stalnaker, vanished after setting out on a shopping trip.

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Massey Executive Quits

Posted: 07/17/2007 - One of Massey Energy's top executives has quit the Richmond, Virginia-based coal company.

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Identities Released

Posted: 07/17/2007 - The identities of a man and woman whose bodies were found after a salesman found a suspicious note on their front door have been released by Monongalia County sheriff's officials.

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Golf Resort on the Auction Block

Posted: 07/17/2007 - The owner of a year-old Pendleton County golf resort is putting the facility on the auction block.

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Bats and Books

Posted: 07/17/2007 - They've been playing ball all summer, but members of the Harrisonburg Turks baseball team decided to put down the bats and pick up a book.

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Copper Hot for Thieves

Updated: 07/17/2007 - Copper may seem like it wouldn't have any connection with drug use, but a growing trend in the area is costing people big bucks.

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Rape Allegation Update

Updated: 07/18/2007 - Allegations of a possible rape of one student by another is rocking the campus at the Woodrow Wilson Rehab Center in Fishersville.

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Housing Loans

Updated: 07/16/2007 - The state is awarding more than $10 million to five Shenandoah Valley Housing organizations that help first-time home buyers.

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Bank Robbery Investigation

Updated: 07/16/2007 - Court documents in the case of Luke Thomas, the man who is charged of robbing Pioneer Bank in Harrisonburg last week, reveal a cell phone found at the scene of the first bank robbery at the Shenandoah National Bank may have cracked the case.

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Kaine to Host Security Conference

Updated: 07/16/2007 - In wake of the shootings at Virginia Tech, Governor Tim Kaine will host a conference in Richmond on campus security for Virginia colleges and universities.

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Man Who Killed Cop Gets Death

Posted: 07/16/2007 - A judge in Norfolk imposed the death penalty Monday on Thomas Porter for killing a police officer and set his execution date for next year.

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Former NSU Professor Sentenced

Updated: 07/16/2007 - A court in Ethiopia sentenced a former Virginia professor and 34 other opposition politicians and activists to life in prison.

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Buying New Clothes for School

Updated: 08/27/2007 - September is still two months away, but some West Virginia children are ready to go back-to-school shopping.

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WV Capital Renovation

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The state Capitol's East Wing is getting a makeover.

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Putnam General Hospital Civil Case

Posted: 07/16/2007 - It's been four years since news reports first emerged about Doctor John King. He's the osteopathic physician whose brief tenure at the former Putnam General Hospital spurred more than a hundred lawsuits.

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Mother Offers Reward for Son's Innocence

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The mother of a man convicted of murdering his estranged wife and stuffing her body in a toolbox is offering $50,000 for information proving her son's innocence.

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United Bankshares Buys Premier Community

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Charleston-based United Bankshares announced Monday that it's completed the purchase of Winchester, Virginia-based Premier Community Bankshares.

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Cost of Avian Flu Losses

Posted: 07/16/2007 - A federal agency says a Shenandoah County, Virginia farm's loss from the discovery of avian influenza antibodies in turkeys there could be up to $600,000.

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