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American HomePatient Faces Lawsuit

Faces Lawsuit

Updated: 07/17/2006 - A heartbreaking, terrifying moment that paralyzed a Valley community. Now, family members of two victims killed during a shooting at a local business are filing lawsuits.

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Sewer Smoke Tests

Sewer smoke Test

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Usually where there is smoke, there is fire, but if you see it this week that is not true. But you may still need to worry. The Harrisonburg Public Utilities Deparmtment is doing some routine smoke testing in the sewers.

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SFD Gets Bang for Buck

Updated: 07/18/2006 - It's not often a fire department has extra cash lying around, but when they do, they put it to good use.

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Micro-Plans

VDOT

Updated: 07/17/2006 - V-DOT has millions of projects still mapped out on, believe it or not, micro-film.

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Electrical Fire Risks

 Electrical Fire

Posted: 07/17/2006 - Local firefighters say its the most common type of house fire in the Valley. Last week, a family lost their home to an electrical fire. And experts say you might find the warning signs in your own house.

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Dominion Nuclear

Dominion  Power

Posted: 07/17/2006 - Dominion Virginia Power is getting the green light to a revised change in the cooling system for a possible third nuclear reactor at North Anna Power Station.

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Children Found

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Police say two missing Madison County children have been found in suburban Maryland and are safe.

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College Carbon Monoxide

Roanoke College

Posted: 07/16/2006 - Members of a Lutheran congregation in Pearisburg today mourned the loss of their retired pastor who died in a college dormitory where more than 100 people were sickened by a carbon monoxide leak.

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Harrisonburg Mural

Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance Logo

Updated: 07/16/2006 - The Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance is painting a mural to cover up graffiti. To repaint the wall they had the help of the Female Institute for Learning and Development, a summer camp at JMU.

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War Rally

 War Rally

Posted: 07/16/2006 - About 200 people rallied at the Virginia War Memorial yesterday to show their support for U-S troops and encourage others to do the same.

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Murder Suicide

Murder Suicide

Posted: 07/16/2006 - The sheriff's office in Spotsylvania County is investigating what appears to be a murder-suicide involving a husband and wife early yesterday.

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Senator Allen Visits Albemarle County

Posted: 07/16/2006 - Senator George Allen joined residents and tourists at Monticello to help kick off a nationwide essay and poetry contest.

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Day Lily Festival

Posted: 07/15/2006 - The Day Lily and Wine Festival drew people from all over the valley.

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University of Virginia Dean Charged

Posted: 07/15/2006 - A respected dean at the University of Virginia has been put on administrative leave after he signs a diversion agreement with federal prosecutors.

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Hedrick Execution

Brandon Hedrick

Posted: 07/15/2006 - Brandon Hedrick raped and killed a woman on Mother's Day in 1997. On Thursday, he will be the first person in the United States to be executed by electrocution in more than two years.

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College Carbon Monoxide

Roanoke College

Posted: 07/15/2006 - Roanoke College officials say they are considering installing carbon monoxide detectors in dormitories following a leak that sent more than 100 visitors to the hospital and possibly killed another.

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Comcast Take Over

Updated: 07/14/2006 - The F.C.C. has approved the seventeen billion dollar sale of Adelphia Communications to Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Valley residents are now asking when they will see changes to their cable service.

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Dismissed, Guilty and a Guilty Plea

Updated: 07/14/2006 - Charges against Joseph Earhart in connection with a sex ring bust in the steam room of the Staunton YMCA have been dismissed.

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Changes in Elkton

Changes in Elkton

Updated: 07/14/2006 - It's a new day in the town of Elkton. Thursday night, the town council passed a two-percent cost of living pay raise for the town's employees.

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Hostage Training

Updated: 07/14/2006 - Everything said and done during hostage negotiation is very important. The smallest thing can make the difference between life and death. This week, some local law enforcement officers have been taking part in negotiation sessions.

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Keeping Puppetry Alive

Updated: 11/16/2006 - Many of the arts so popular in the past are fading away because of today's technology, but two visitors in the Valley who practice a very specialized trade are doing their part to keep puppeteering alive.

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Home Fire

House Fire in Augusta Co

Posted: 07/14/2006 - Overloaded circuits are to blame for a fire that destroyed a Weyers Cave home.

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