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Valley Readies for Ernesto

Updated: 08/30/2006 - If Ernesto strikes the Valley, don't worry; Virginia is getting prepared.

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The Valley Responds

Updated: 03/05/2007 - Steve Wingfield says, “The jury's still out as to how long we will continue, but as long as there is interest we want to facilitate that and help out."

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Long Beach, Mississippi, One Year Later...

Updated: 03/05/2007 - She lost almost everything to Hurricane Katrina, and now one year later Catherine Broussard, of Long Beach, Mississippi, is slowly but surely getting her life back together, all while her city continues to do the same.

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Brands Flat Flooding

Road Flooded

Updated: 08/30/2006 - With Ernesto heading our way, some Valley residents are preparing to leave their homes. In June, heavy downpours caused Desper Hollow Road off of Route 250 in Augusta County to flood, not allowing access to a trailer park.

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Water Rescue Crews

Updated: 08/29/2006 - Hurricane season is here and that means rescue crews are preparing for the worst.

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Flood Insurance

Road Flooded

Updated: 08/29/2006 - It's the most common natural disaster in the United States. Are you protected against it?

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Remembering His Hometown

James Lee

Updated: 08/29/2006 - A James Madison University student is remembering his hometown Tuesday, on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. James Lee was born in New Orleans and lived there for six years.

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Katrina Scam

Tony Branch

Updated: 08/29/2006 - Katrina scams hit close to home here in the valley as a local Red Cross allegedly gets taken for a ride.

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Finding Funding

Updated: 08/29/2006 - Ernesto may or may not hit the Valley.

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Harrisonburg Crash

Crash

Updated: 08/29/2006 - A driver loses control of her car, driving over a row of parked cars before landing upside down.

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One Year Later: Katrina

Posted: 08/29/2006 - Today is the first anniversary of hurricane Katrina, and that disaster brought Valley residents together to help. It happened at football games, schools and almost everywhere you turned, someone was gearing up to help.

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95-Year-Old Evacuee

Earl Mitchell

Updated: 08/29/2006 - Hurricane Katrina displaced thousands of families, and some of those victims relocated here to the Valley. Last year, a 95-year-old man and his daughter stayed at the Bridgewater Retirement Community for two months after Katrina ravished their apartment in Slidell, Louisiana.

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First Street Rebuilding

Updated: 08/29/2006 - A Shenandoah business ravaged by fire might be rebuilt.

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High School Shelters

Updated: 08/28/2006 - The east coast is just as vulnerable as the gulf coast when it comes to hurricanes. But could the valley handle a mass evacuation if a hurricane heads our way.

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Hurricane Katrina from Inside the Superdome

Updated: 08/28/2006 - One year ago Monday, the Gulf Coast was preparing for Hurricane Katrina; a category five storm. The city of New Orleans issued its first ever mandatory evacuation order and many residents headed for the Superdome.

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Dipping Down

Updated: 08/28/2006 - There's a chance of gas prices dipping down a little bit more before the holiday weekend.

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August a Dry Month

Posted: 08/28/2006 - Forecasters are watching Tropical Storm Ernesto, which could bring rain to Mid-Atlantic states by the end of the week.

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Kaine Finances

Posted: 08/28/2006 - Governor Tim Kaine today pressed legislators for transportation improvements and took responsibility for a 137 million-dollar error in the state budget.

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Dealing With Parties

Updated: 08/28/2006 - James Madison University is back and that means police have to step up to deal with parties, but some neighborhoods don't mind.

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Drug Testing

Posted: 08/27/2006 - Schools in the Williamsburg area will begin testing students for drug use and underage drinking starting this academic year.

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Population Boom

Posted: 08/27/2006 - A new University of Virginia study says just a handful of localities are going to see sizable growth caused by a population boom over the next five years that is expected to increase the number of public-school students in Virginia.

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Gun Lawsuit

Posted: 08/27/2006 - At least one gun dealer sued by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for allegedly selling guns illegally says he won't settle.

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Life's Half Full for DeWald.

Updated: 08/27/2006 - The glass is always half full when it comes to drinking water in our area.

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