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Teen Shot-Sentence

Posted: 12/05/2002 - A Frederick County teen-ager who shot and killed a 13-year-old West Virginia boy in September of last year was sentenced to five years in prison.

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State-By-State Look at Effects Wednesday's Storm

Updated: 12/05/2002 - Schools closed in parts of the Carolinas, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Delaware, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Maryland, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky.

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Let it Snow!!!

Updated: 12/05/2002 - Staunton received two inches of snow and ice Wednesday night during what is being called one of the worst snow storms to hit the Valley in years.

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A New Way to Stay Ahead

Updated: 12/05/2002 - When you are behind the wheel, the latest on road conditions are just a phone call away.

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Big Rig Haven

Updated: 12/05/2002 - An Interstate-81 study says Virginian truck stops and rest areas can't handle the state's truck traffic. That turned one Valley shopping center into a favorite pit stop for 18-wheelers.

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Where's the Money?

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Solutions to the state's budget problems may be on the horizon.

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BSA Gets Funds

Updated: 12/04/2002 - JMU's Student Government Association will continue to fund its Black Student Alliance.

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No Child Left Behind?

Updated: 12/04/2002 - President Bush's No Child Left Behind Act allows you to move your child from a failing school to a better school, even if it's overcrowded.

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Home Invasion

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Staunton police are searching for several men who invaded a city home Tuesday night.

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Shooting Update

Updated: 12/04/2002 - New details are emerging about a deadly shooting in the Elkton area.

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School Officials Meet With Law Makers

Updated: 12/04/2002 - State officials say it won't be hard to sell education to the General Assembly, the biggest challenge is finding the money to keep all the programs in tact.

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K Through 8 No More

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Harrisonburg School Board has voted against an option for its long range plan that would leave schools as they are now.

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First Night

Updated: 12/04/2002 - The city of Harrisonburg has a few ideas for your New Years Eve plans.

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School Budgets

Updated: 12/03/2002 - Gov. Warner introduces his ideas for public school funding.

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Local Agency in Danger

Updated: 12/03/2002 - In this season of giving some local charitable agencies are having to scale back. The United Way oversees 25-different agencies and most to all of them face cuts. The Blue Ridge Area Health Education Center may be slashed 90-percent.

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Chimney Fires

Fire

Updated: 12/03/2002 - Last year there were 62 chimney fires in Rockingham County and Harrisonburg alone. A number that could have been reduced if more people realized how important a yearly chimney inspection can be.

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Robberies on the Rise in Waynesboro

Posted: 12/03/2002 - Sgt. Edwards says if anyone finds themselves in a situation where they are being robbed, just do as you are told to keep from getting hurt.

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Holiday Travel Winds Down

Updated: 12/02/2002 - Traffic has finally wound down on Interstate 81 after the holiday weekend.

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Suspicious Fire

Updated: 12/02/2002 - There has been another suspicious fire in Luray. It's the 12th in a month.

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Armed Robbery

Updated: 12/02/2002 - An armed robber remains on the loose in the Valley.

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Shoppers Give Holidays a Healthy Start

Updated: 12/02/2002 - The holiday shopping season kicked off to a solid start over the Thanksgiving weekend as retailers lured consumers with discounts and specials on televisions, DVD players and other popular gifts.

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