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Older Drivers

Updated: 05/02/2003 - DMV has a medical review process to report unsafe drivers.

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Yearbook Fraud

Updated: 05/01/2003 - Harrisonburg police are looking for two men who are going door to door asking for money for a school yearbook.

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Cigarette Tax Goes Up

Updated: 05/01/2003 - Virginia retailers near the West Virginia line that sell cigarettes can expect to see sales go up.

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Under the Ink

Updated: 05/01/2003 - Since 9-11 and more recently, the war in Iraq, patriotism has run skin deep for some. Tattoo parlors across the country have been inking more soldiers and civilians with American symbols. TV-3 caught up with one local artist and fire fighter who are making a bold statement for the ole' red, white and blue.

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Configuration Conundrum

Updated: 04/30/2003 - A new elementary school in Harrisonburg could mean higher taxes.

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Snow Disaster Aid

Updated: 04/30/2003 - Shenandoah and Warren Counties to receive aid.

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The $500K Cut

Updated: 04/30/2003 - There's just not enough money. That's the word from Harrisonburg City Council. Now, Harrisonburg's School Board has been given the task of cutting $500,000 more from its budget. If the costs run too deep, it could hurt your child's education.

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School Board vs. City Council

Updated: 04/30/2003 - Budget problems and an overcrowded school system lead to some heated debate from the city of Harrisonburg.

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Animal Cruelty

Updated: 04/29/2003 - About 55 cats found stuffed in crates in Staunton storage facility.

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High School Fire

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Investigators say a fire at Harrisonburg High School Monday was intentionally set.

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Dentist-Charge

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Dentist accused of attempted sodomy of patient.

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Farley Goes for Three

Updated: 04/28/2003 - Rockingham County Sheriff Don Farley formally announced today that he is seeking a third term as sheriff.

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Fanning the Flames

Updated: 04/28/2003 - For decades, Smokey the Bear has warned you about wildfires. But now, it's the U.S. Forest Service that's lighting the matches.

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An Explosive Arrest

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A JMU student has been arrested for having an illegal explosive 20 times more powerful than a firecracker.

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One Year Later

Updated: 04/28/2003 - It's been one year ago since a tornado ripped through Shenandoah County. Here's a look back on that devastating day and the rebuilding over the year.

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Lalush Remembered

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A Virginia Marine remembered in Troutville.

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"Peace"-ful Graduation

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A group of students from Eastern Mennonite University has received advanced degrees in peace.

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Man Faces 15 Years Behind Bars

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A Charlottesville man faces 15 years in jail after using the Internet to meet a teen-age girl for sex.

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Animal Cruelty

Updated: 04/28/2003 - It was a gruesome discovery in Charlottesville, where several animals were decaying in a house.

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Kirkan o' the Tartans

Updated: 04/28/2003 - It was a plaid profusion in downtown Harrisonburg Sunday.

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