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VSDB to Stay in Staunton

Updated: 06/20/2006 - If there are no vetoes or amendments to the Commonwealth's budget, good news will be headed to the Staunton campus of The Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind.

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BRCC Offers Parents a Shot at School

Posted: 06/20/2006 - Dreams of heading back to school to get that college degree can so quickly be derailed by the demands of parenting. Now a local college is trying to help.

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Clinic Offers Free Ultra Sounds

Updated: 06/20/2006 - Comfort Care Women's Heath wants to train volunteer nurses on their new ultrasound machines.

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Police Bribes

Posted: 06/20/2006 - Two former Charlottesville police officers accused of taking bribes of sexual favors and cash have pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents.

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Fugitive Request

Posted: 06/20/2006 - When a man in handcuffs walks up and asks if he can borrow some bolt cutters, it might make you suspicious. That's what authorities say happened in Hillsboro, and it led to the arrest of a wanted man.

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James Madison Expansion

Updated: 06/19/2006 - James Madison University has been growing out into Harrisonburg over the last few years.

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EMU Peacekeepers

Updated: 06/19/2006 - Keeping the peace is tough. Making peace is even harder. Valley resident Tom Fox was killed in Iraq trying to do just that. Fox received much of his training at Eastern Mennonite University. Right now leaders from around the world are visiting the school learning the same things he did.

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Dry Conditions

Posted: 06/19/2006 - The summer sun is nice for vacations but rain is much needed in the valley. We're about two inches behind in rainfall this month, close to three inches so far for the year. Just last fall the valley was hit with drought conditions.

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Bickley Trial

Updated: 06/19/2006 - It's five days in jail and a year on probation for a valley woman who assaulted a local city manager and another official.

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Harrisonburg Stabbing

Posted: 06/19/2006 - A 16-year old male is charged with maliciously wounding an 18-year old male. It happened late Saturday night at the 500th block of Kelly St., just past Lincoln Circle.

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Internet Safety

Posted: 06/19/2006 - Attorney General Bob McDonnell today will unveil his task force for finding ways to protect children and teenagers while they're online.

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Park Pressures

Posted: 06/18/2006 - Reduced views around Shenandoah National Park because of pollution. Subdivisions sprouting up around hallowed Civil War sites such as Manassas Battlefield Park.

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Biggest Loser

Updated: 06/19/2006 - You may have heard of the TV reality show the Biggest Loser well a local version is getting ready to kick off. The Staunton Augusta YMCA will start its weight loss program tomorrow. 60 people have signed up for the 12-week challenge.

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Suicide Rates

Posted: 06/18/2006 - Five Southwest Virginia counties have the state's highest suicide rates.

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Heritage Center Officially Opens

Updated: 06/18/2006 - It's a way for you to explore the life and faith practices of a group among the first settlers in the Valley. The Valley Brethren-Mennonite Heritage Center in Harrisonburg officially opens its doors Sunday to the public.

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American Indian Pow Wow

Updated: 06/18/2006 - It's time for song and dance. American Indian style. The sixth annual Shenandoah Valley Pow Wow brings eight state recognized tribes together, along with people from all over the United States.

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Deck Collapse

Updated: 06/18/2006 - Three juveniles are recovering after a scary fall in McGaheysville.

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Child Sex Assault

Posted: 06/17/2006 - A church worker has been accused of sexually abusing a three-year-old girl.

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Eastern Trail

Posted: 06/17/2006 - Hiking enthusiasts are working together to connect a network of trails that would link the Florida-Alabama border to New York's Finger Lakes.

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Peacemakers in Training

Updated: 10/09/2006 - It's been three months since Virginia peace activist Tom Fox was killed in Iraq. And relief workers, teachers and counselors continue to come to the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding in Harrisonburg where Fox was trained.

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Karate Teacher Charged

Updated: 06/17/2006 - A Fairfax County judge has sentenced a former karate teacher to six years in prison for breaking into a Vienna townhouse and attacking his students, 10-year-old twin sisters.

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Senator George Allen Visits to Iowa

Posted: 06/17/2006 - Virginia Senator George Allen joined three other Republicans considering a run for president in Iowa today, but says he probably won't return there before the November election.

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