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VDOT Roadside Help

Updated: 03/05/2007 - To allow state troopers more time to look for speeders, the Virginia Department of Transportation is starting to respond to motorists who break down along the interstates in Augusta County. It's a new program that started just a few days ago.

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Labor Day Campaign

Updated: 09/04/2006 - Republicans and Democrats in Virginia spent their Labor Day supporting their candidates.

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Highway Crackdown

Updated: 09/04/2006 - Since Friday state police, and local police departments have been out in full force aiming to keep the streets safe. Their primary targets are drunk drivers, speeders, and reckless drivers.

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I-81 Back Up

Updated: 09/04/2006 - An accident on 81 southbound did not claim any lives, but it did shut down the highway for over four hours, and caused a thirty mile back up. The back up even spread onto route 11 between Weyers Cave and Harrisonburg.

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Triple Fatal Accident

Updated: 09/04/2006 - It's been a dangerous holiday weekend on the roads in the valley. Three are dead after an early morning crash on Interstate 81.

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JMU Task Force

Updated: 09/04/2006 - Harrisonburg Police have put together a special task force to deal with the partying that comes with college students in town.

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Computer Degrees

Posted: 09/03/2006 - A growing number of students are bypassing the traditional campus experience and are earning degrees by computer.

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Senate Race

Posted: 09/03/2006 - With a few ill chosen words, Republican Senator George Allen last month did what his Democratic challenger had been unable to do, cast doubt on his re-election.

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Legal Bills Mounting

Posted: 09/03/2006 - One million dollars in public funds have been spent defending a former state police investigator involved in the case that wrongly sent Earl Washington Junior to death row.

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Nearly 47,000 Still Without Power

Posted: 09/03/2006 - Nearly 47,000 Dominion Virginia Power customers are still without electricity in the wake of Tropical Depression Ernesto.

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Student Retention

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Colleges and universities in Virginia are increasing efforts to ensure that their students keep coming back to campus.

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Ernesto Damage

Posted: 09/02/2006 - State emergency officials say Tropical Depression Ernesto's heaviest rainfall and a tidal surge hit rural communities along Virginia's side of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Children First Day

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Ernesto did his best to try and dampen the spirits of Valley residents this weekend, but with an event as large as "Children First Day" planned, he was just no match.

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Labor Day Travel

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Labor Day weekend is one of four weekends state police really focus on catching speeders and drunk drivers. In order to crack down, 75 percent of Virginia State Troopers will be on the roads this weekend.

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Road Update

Updated: 09/02/2006 - During yesterday's storm, residents saw streets filling up with water and creek levels rising. Today, there's relief, because there was no flooding, which means there's no mess to clean up.

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Officials Awaiting Damage Reports

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Officials were waiting for the sun to come up to see the damage left behind by Tropical Depression Ernesto.

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Waynesboro Prepared For Worst

Posted: 09/01/2006 - Last night Waynesboro set up piles of sand in downtown and in an area known as club court that is prone to flooding. The residents took advantage of it.

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Rockingham County Roads

Updated: 09/01/2006 - While it was a wet day in most of the Valley we haven't seen as much rain as expected. Roads in Rockingham County were wet, but not really treacherous.

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Ernesto Drenches Virginia

Updated: 09/01/2006 - Tropical Depression Ernesto was still pummeling eastern Virginia in the early afternoon.

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State Police Warn Motorists of Storm Hazards

Posted: 09/01/2006 - Virginia State Police are warning motors of the potential hazards of Tropical Storm Ernesto. Police say the threat of heavy rain and high water can make travel difficult, especially over Labor Day weekend.

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Waynesboro Businesses Prepare for Possible Flood

Updated: 09/01/2006 - Waynesboro has declared a local state of emergency. The city has been advised by the National Weather Service that the South River is forecasted to crest at least 3 feet above flood stage sometime Friday afternoon.

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Rain or Shine

Updated: 08/31/2006 - Farmers say it's gone from bad to worse. They're happy to finally have rain, but the projected rain amounts are not what they want to hear. In fact for one local farmer it's too late anyway.

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