More Headlines

Virginia Senate Race

Posted: 09/26/2006 - A noted political scientist says he knows for a fact that Senator George Allen used a racial epithet in college.

Read More

New Cable Provider

Updated: 03/05/2007 - The citizens of Waynesboro will have another choice for their cable television.

Read More

Legislators and Minimum Wages

Posted: 09/25/2006 - Minimum wage rates are not only an economic-based decision; a lot of politics go into it as well.

Read More

School Warning Radios

Freeman Elementary School

Posted: 09/25/2006 - Staying on top of emergency situations just got easier for schools around the nation.

Read More

Minimum Wage

Updated: 09/25/2006 - Voters in 11 states will head to the polls to decide whether to raise the minimum wage. But Virginia is not one of them. Virginia has one of the lowest minimum wage rates in the country, so why isn't Virginia putting this to a vote?

Read More

Special Session on Transportation

Updated: 09/25/2006 - State lawmakers are heading back to Richmond this week. They'll be hashing out transportation funding issues, and that could mean a raise in your taxes or if they don't come to a solution, it could also mean more traffic problems.

Read More

Lower Rates

Posted: 09/25/2006 - Virginia residents could start seeing their insurance bills shrink. Some of the top insurers in the nation are reducing rates in Virginia.

Read More

Still No Answers

Updated: 09/25/2006 - There are still no answers on the cause of the Fort Defiance fire that left one man dead.

Read More

Treehouse For The Handicapped

Updated: 03/05/2007 - A backyard tree house is a popular children’s playground. A Valley camp is getting the community together to build one that is designed especially for handicapped children.

Read More

Jim Webb in Staunton

Jim Webb

Updated: 09/25/2006 - Campaigning in the Valley for a U.S. Senate seat continued Sunday as Jim Webb stopped in at the White Start Tavern in downtown Staunton.

Read More

Appeal Filed by Family of Investigator

Posted: 09/24/2006 - A multi million dollar jury award to a former death row inmate will be appealed by the family of a state police investigator.

Read More

Virginia Growers Feel Pinch

Posted: 09/24/2006 - The continuing investigation into tainted spinach has led to more recalls of salad products, and fears of lost profits among Virginia growers.

Read More

Wreath Laying

Posted: 09/24/2006 - More than 200 people turned out yesterday on a grassy knoll at George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens for a solemn ceremony.

Read More

Government Cars

Posted: 09/24/2006 - Use it or lose it. That's the policy in Fairfax County when it comes to government cars, and a new policy that sets 4,500 annual miles as the standard for deciding which cars are necessary and which ones can be cut from the budget is causing a lot of car swapping.

Read More

GOP Battles Expected

Posted: 09/24/2006 - A special session is due to convene this week, and it could shape us as a battle between Republicans married to the no new taxes philosophy and those from the traffic choked regions of northern Virginia and Hampton Roads who just want road relief.

Read More

Gas Prices

Updated: 09/23/2006 - If you were trying to buy gas you might have been confused. The price of gasoline has been going up and down like a roller coaster.

Read More

Be Prepared

Updated: 09/23/2006 - One Valley group wants you to be prepared if a disaster like Rita or Katrina hits our area.

Read More

Guard Get Warm Welcome

Posted: 09/23/2006 - Virginia National Guard members who volunteered for duty along the U.S. Mexican border in Arizona are getting a warm welcome.

Read More

Ex-teacher Convicted

Posted: 09/23/2006 - A Spotsylvania County judge has convicted a former high school special education teacher of having a sexual relationship with two teenage students.

Read More

Federal Aid

Posted: 09/23/2006 - State requests for federal assistance to state and local governments for damage caused by Tropical Storm Ernesto have been approved, but aid for individual property owners was not.

Read More

Slavery Museum

Posted: 09/23/2006 - Comedian Bill Cosby is asking every American to contribute eight dollars to help a national slavery museum rise amid the battlefields of the Civil War in Fredericksburg.

Read More

Walk to School

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Did your parents ever say, “When I was your age, I had to walk five miles to and from school?” Well your kids may be walking to school again. More than $13 million will be awarded to Virginia counties in a safe routes to school program.

Read More
WHSV-TV3
50 North Main Street Harrisonburg, VA 22801 540-433-9191 - Switchboard 540-433- 4028 - Fax 540-433-2700 - News Fax

WSVF Public Inspection File

Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability