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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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July 4th Fatal Accident

Fatal Accident

Posted: 07/14/2006 - Charges have been filed in the 4th of July accident that claimed the life of a Valley woman.

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Crimora Drug Bust

Douglas & Linda Henderson

Posted: 07/14/2006 - It took four years to put together, and now three people are charged in a Valley drug bust. Douglas and Linda Henderson are charged with possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute, plus related firearms charges.

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Valley Couple Will Bike to Remember 9-11

Updated: 07/13/2006 - A Valley couple is taking a ride across America to honor those who lost their lives on 911. They're biking for 42 days, beginning on August 1st and ending at the Pentagon on September 11th.

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Flip Flops not for children?

Posted: 07/13/2006 - It's many peoples favorite footwear in the summer....flip flops. Especially for children, with them being so easy to slide on and off. But some people worry about possible damage because of kids' developing feet.

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NTELOS TV Service

NTELOS

Updated: 07/13/2006 - With local telecommunications company NTELOS hoping to jump into the cable TV fray in Waynesboro, there could soon be some major competition for your business. But how can a phone company provide television? And what does it all mean to you?

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Children's Playshop

Updated: 07/13/2006 - If you haven't been able to make it to James Madison University's Children's Playshop, you still have an opportunity.

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Armed Robber on Loose

ABC Robbed in Staunton

Updated: 07/12/2006 - Augusta County Sheriff's Office is looking for an armed man who robbed the ABC Store on Greenville Avenue.

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Pilgrim's Pride Follow

 Pilgrims Pride

Updated: 07/12/2006 - It's being seen as a break by some and a hit to the wallet by others. A local poultry plant is reducing production by 10 percent by shutting down every other Friday for the rest of the year. It all starts July 28th.

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School Board Approves K-5 School

School Board Approves K-5 School

Updated: 07/12/2006 - A group of parents spoke out, and a school board listened. A unanimous vote Tuesday night by the Rockingham County School Board approves a kindergarten through fifth grade school in the county.

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Students Must Turn Off Cell Phones at School

No Cell Phone

Updated: 07/12/2006 - In Rockingham County Schools, students will be disciplined for not turning off their cell phones on school property during the day. Students are allowed to bring electronic devices to school and on buses, but they must be turned off.

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Fixing Streams

Cooks Creek

Updated: 07/12/2006 - The 2006 Water Quality Report did not have good news for Virginia Waters however it will help the Department of Environmental Quality clean up. To see what goes into improving these streams, WHSV went down to Cooks Creek in Bridgewater to see what they did when a report listed it as being impaired back in 1996.

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Gas Prices

 Gas Prices

Posted: 07/12/2006 - Gasoline prices nationwide have hit their highest price so far this year, an average of 2.97 cents for a gallon of self-serve.

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NTELOS TV Service

NTELOS

Posted: 07/12/2006 - Some Valley residents could soon be changing the channel on their TV service. Local telecommunications company NTELOS wants to launch it's new fiber optic telecommunications service in Waynesboro.

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House Fire

House Fire in Augusta Co

Updated: 07/12/2006 - Investigators will be at the scene of a house fire in Augusta County to try to figure out how it started. The blaze broke out around seven last night at 397 Burketown Road.

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Grade configuration for future school

Posted: 07/12/2006 - The Rockingham County School Board changed its plans and went with a K-5 grade configuration at the future Montevideo Elementary School.

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DEQ Releases Water Quality Report

 South River

Updated: 07/12/2006 - Now available to you, a new report on waterways in Virginia is bad news. The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has released its 2006 water quality report.

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