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Grottoes Man Sentenced

Updated: 10/26/2006 - The sentence is in for a man who tried to kill his ex-girlfriend and one other person.

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Shots Fired

Doug Kearn

Updated: 10/26/2006 - An Augusta County man is in jail for allegedly firing a gun.

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Suspect Search

Updated: 10/26/2006 - A search for an armed in a wooded area ends with a Rockingham County man behind bars.

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Gay Marriage Rights

Updated: 10/26/2006 - The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that gay and lesbian couples have the same rights as married heterosexual couples under the state constitution. But yesterday's ruling stopped short of legalizing same-sex unions.

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Parker For Senate

Updated: 10/26/2006 - A third, perhaps lesser known candidate for the U.S. Senate also made a stop in the Valley.

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Wilder Endorses Webb

Updated: 10/26/2006 - A big boost for the democratic senate candidate, who also has plans to visit Harrisonburg today.

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Harrisonburg Murder

Updated: 10/25/2006 - An early morning fight ends in murder in Harrisonburg.

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New School

Updated: 10/25/2006 - New schools could be on the horizon for Rockingham County. Superintendent John Kidd will be presenting school enrollment numbers to the Board of Supervisors tonight.

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Dog Attack Laws

Updated: 10/25/2006 - Prosecutors say they could be testing out new tougher "dangerous dog laws" in a Harrisonburg pit bull attack case.

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Gay Marriage Poll

Posted: 10/25/2006 - A majority of Virginians likely to vote November 7th still favor an amendment banning same-sex marriage, but the gap is narrowing.

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Voting Change

Posted: 10/25/2006 - Election Day is just two weeks away. Traditional elections for state and federal candidates always fall in November. Locally though, voters head to the polls in May, but all of that changed for the city of Harrisonburg.

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AMC Imaging Center

Posted: 10/25/2006 - Augusta Medical Center is moving again on a much wanted addition to its image center.

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More Dog Attacks

Updated: 10/24/2006 - There was another pit bull attack in the Valley and now the same dog owners are under investigation.

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College Voters

Updated: 10/24/2006 - Virginia's college campuses are the latest battleground in the debate over same-sex marriage, but can college voters be influenced?

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Banking On You

Updated: 10/24/2006 - The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank needs your help!

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Grease Clogging

Posted: 10/24/2006 - Almost every day the sewer department has to clean out drains and pumps around the city that are filled with grease and oil.

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Water Rate Hikes

Updated: 10/24/2006 - A raise in sewer and water rates in waynesboro seems to have been inevitable. The City Council decided on possible Monday night rate hikes to vote on next month to fix the problems in the line.

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Marriage Debate

Updated: 11/18/2006 - With two weeks to go before election, the debate over a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage rages on.

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Legislators Meeting

Updated: 10/24/2006 - How will the decisions in Richmond affect the Valley? That's what local leaders wanted to talk about.

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Padilla Follow

Luis Padilla

Posted: 10/23/2006 - He lost his job because of his marriage amendment display on his truck. And now he's threatening legal action if he doesn't get a public apology from the company.

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Green With Envy?

Updated: 10/23/2006 - Poll numbers show Glenda "Gail" Parker could take up to two percent of the votes come November. That could be just enough to keep Senator George Allen in his seat.

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Katrina House

Updated: 10/23/2006 - Habitat for Humanity was asked by the national organization to help out victims of Hurricane Katrina. Community members in Waynesboro have raised funds and planned out the home over the past few months. All of their work has led up to this week.

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Drug Bust in Court

Greg Layman

Updated: 10/23/2006 - They were part of one of the biggest meth busts in the state, and now, two Harrisonburg men have pleaded guilty.

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Hinckley Visits

Posted: 10/23/2006 - A federal judge will consider whether John Hinckley can continue visiting his parents in Williamsburg at a hearing today in Washington.

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I-81 Rail Study

Posted: 10/23/2006 - It's part of the plan to make your drive in Interstate 81 easier. Now studies are beginning to determine how rail can ease truck traffic.

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