Updated: 09/14/2005 - High gas prices are cutting many trips short and that could be the case for some valley schools.
Updated: 09/14/2005 - It usually focuses on feeding our own, but now a Valley food bank also is working to feed those victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Updated: 09/14/2005 - Concern has grown quickly as a number of deer and elk in West Virginia have been diagnosed with Chronic Wasting Disease.
Updated: 09/14/2005 - Harrisonburg wants a train line that cuts through the city re-routed.
Updated: 09/14/2005 - Renovations to the Kate Collins Middle School in Waynesboro have been on the table for quite some time, but soon you will be seeing some action.
Updated: 09/13/2005 - Police have their man in a local bar shooting, but right now, they can't bring him to trial.
Updated: 09/13/2005 - Two juries couldn't decide his guilt when he stood trial alone. Now, the same Valley man will face his third jury while sitting next to his alleged accomplices.
Updated: 09/13/2005 - The Environmental Protection Agency is honoring the town of Luray for not only churning out clean water, but protecting that water at the source.
Updated: 09/13/2005 - Working 12- to 14-hour days and then having no bed to rest your head doesn't sound like much of a dream vacation or a way to spend your birthday. But that's what Louis Bonos chose to do when he helped Mississippians with Staunton's Red Cross.
Updated: 09/12/2005 - There are some things you can do yourself to make sure your home is ready for a fuel-efficient heating season.
Updated: 09/11/2005 - Congressman Bob Goodlatte is responding to criticism of the Bush administration for its handling of Hurricane Katrina.
Updated: 09/11/2005 - JMU students commemorated September 11th with an event that brought together students and local leaders with the theme never forget.
Updated: 09/11/2005 - Entertainment, games, and a silent auction are just a few of the events at the Fall Festival in Staunton, and it's all for a good cause.
Updated: 09/11/2005 - September 11th is not only a day to honor those who lost their lives when America was under attack in 2001, it is also a day to honor heroes of the present, past, and future. The New Market Chamber of Commerce hosted a parade on Sunday, to remember all who have sacrificed their lives for our country.
Updated: 09/11/2005 - On 9/11 and here recently with the hurricance, many men and women put their lives on the line to save others. Today, some are making sure that sacrafice doesn't go unrecogniozed.
Updated: 09/11/2005 - People from all over America are wanting to reach out to the hurricane victims. Today, the Staunton chapter of the Red Cross trained volunteers who want to be at the heart of those in need.
Updated: 09/09/2005 - They're looking to give more than just homes: one group is hoping to get the Valley to "adopt" an area in desperate need of relief efforts.
Updated: 09/09/2005 - They're moms and dads with lots of practice, and this weekend, they're getting all the attention.