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Teen Pleads Guilty to Murder

Updated: 12/31/2003 - A second teenager has pleaded guilty to playing a role in the murder of a Craigsville man.

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Arson at Daily Grind?

Updated: 12/31/2003 - A fire at the new Daily Grind in downtown Straunton is now being treated as arson.

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No One Injured in Hospital Fire

Posted: 12/31/2003 - A patient who allegedly set his beddings on fire caused some turmoil early Wednesday morning at the Western State Hospital in Staunton.

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The Bush Administration Bans Ephedra

Updated: 12/30/2003 - The drug Ephedra has become a popular ally in the fight to loose weight. Now, the Bush administration is banning the sale of the drug starting early next year.

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Coach Fights Back

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Basketball coach settles defamation lawsuit with angry parent.

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Sewer Rats

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Front Royal trying to get rats out of sewer line.

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The City of Staunton Gets a New Generator

Updated: 12/30/2003 - During Hurricane Isabel, Staunton city hall lost power for over 14 hours. That made it impossible for city employees to access their computers or use their phones. Now, the city has invested $43,000 and installed a 75,000-watt generator.

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Page County Woman Keeps Her Home for Now

Updated: 12/29/2003 - The fate of a Page County woman facing eviction because of bad drainage on her septic system learned her fate in court Monday.

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Group Wants to Make Waynesboro CLEAN

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Waynesboro Police Lt. Mike Martin pointed at the parking lot next to an apartment building on Commerce Ave. and shook his head.

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HOT Lanes

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Once criticized, High-Occupancy Toll lanes get second look.

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Shopping Not Over Yet

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Gift cards, returns, exchanges keep people at the stores.

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Quake Tremors Felt Worldwide

Updated: 12/29/2003 - The Iranian quake might have hit thousands of miles away, but its tremors are felt around the world, even here in the Valley.

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Bill May Toughen Meth Laws

Updated: 12/29/2003 - During his campaign for state senate, Mark Obenshain said he would get tough with Virginia's methamphetamine laws. Now, he's living up to his promise.

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Valley Dairy Farms Disappearing

Updated: 12/26/2003 - Virginia's dairy farmers have more than just mad cow to worry about. It looks like more farmers are now going out of business.

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