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Fortune/Williams Festival

Updated: 09/30/2006 - Residents in Augusta County got a lesson today, this one in music. The Fortune/Williams music festival has returned to Staunton.

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Gang Prevention

Updated: 03/05/2007 - Virginia State Attorney General Bob McDonnell came to Harrisonburg to clean up Graffiti and prevent gangs from forming.

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MS-13 Leader Convicted

Posted: 09/30/2006 - The leader of a clique of the Latino gang MS-13 has been convicted of murder and racketeering in the 2004 shooting of a fellow gang member in Virginia.

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Tobacco Growers Suit

Posted: 09/30/2006 - A federal judge in Abingdon has thrown out a lawsuit by two southwest Virginia farmers over tobacco-buyout payments.

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Standards Of Quality

Posted: 09/30/2006 - Hundreds of parents and advocates are seeking to set the bar higher on the state's Standards of Quality.

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Valley Legislators and the Special Session

Posted: 09/29/2006 - Legislators may not be able to agree on a transportation plan, but they do agree on the frustration involved with leaving the special session without one.

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Government Aids Tourism

Posted: 09/29/2006 - Governor Tim Kaine is releasing his strategy to improve the economic state of Virginia. It's a plan that every new governor is required to do during his first year in office. Kaine's plan includes short and long term goals for the state.

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Drag Racing

Posted: 09/29/2006 - An accident on Route 42 yesterday leaves police questioning whether the cause was drag racing or speeding.

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Oil Prices

Posted: 09/29/2006 - With the cold weather on the way and possible frost in the forecast for some areas, it won't be long before the heat starts cranking across the Valley.

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Commonwealth Scholars

Posted: 09/29/2006 - Gov. Tim Kaine says a new statewide business and education partnership will lead a program to encourage students to take more difficult classes.

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Allen Introduces Bill

Posted: 09/29/2006 - Dogged by allegations of racial insensitivity, Senator George Allen is introducing a bill to help black farmers.

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Store Stalker

Posted: 09/29/2006 - Fredericksburg Police are looking for a man accused of groping two young girls in department stores.

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Special Session Ends Early

Updated: 09/29/2006 - The special session of the Virginia General Assembly on transportation adjourned early.

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Mumps in the Valley?

Updated: 09/29/2006 - A second University of Virginia student is diagnosed with Mumps, just days after the first reported case. Now valley schools are on standby.

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Harrisonburg Robberies

Posted: 09/28/2006 - Two armed robberies in two days have Harrisonburg police concerned. Investigators are looking at both robberies separately, but they aren't ruling out the possibility that these may be connected. Not only are police concerned, but store owners are as well.

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Np Child Costs

Posted: 09/28/2006 - The state Board of Education says the state could lose millions of dollars in federal funding if the state tries to get around some provisions of the No Child Left Behind law.

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Former College Student Pleads Guilty

Posted: 09/28/2006 - A former Virginia Commonwealth University student has pleaded guilty to using school computers to steal the identities of other students and teachers.

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George Washington's Distillery

George Washington

Posted: 09/28/2006 - Officials at George Washington's Mount Vernon estate are hoping a reconstruction of the 18th Century whiskey distillery will shine a light on Washington's business savviness.

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State Fair

Updated: 09/28/2006 - The State Fair of Virginia starts today. The fair comes complete with rides, animal exhibits, and of course, all kinds of food.

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Allen Ads

Posted: 09/28/2006 - Senator George Allen begins a television ad offensive today featuring criticism of Democratic Jim Webb from female graduates of his alma mater, the Naval Academy.

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Special Session Continues

Posted: 09/28/2006 - State lawmakers enter day two of a four-day special session on transportation today after the first day resembled the gridlock that legislators are tasked with alleviating.

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