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Virginia's Standardized Tests

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Virginia rates high nationally for creating solid education monitoring standards.

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Shenandoah National Park Murders

Updated: 05/06/2003 - A federal prosecutor has offered grim details on the slayings of two women in the Shenandoah National Park.

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CAP President Runs for Board

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Rockingham County Supervisor Bill Kyger is going to have some competition this election.

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Shake, Rattle and Roll

Updated: 05/06/2003 - An earthquake shook central Virginia Monday and it was felt right here in the Shenandoah Valley.

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Intrigued But Undecided

Updated: 05/06/2003 - A proposed park for four-wheel drive vehicles is drawing intrigue from Rockingham County supervisors, but they say they remain undecided.

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Balcony Crash Investigation

Updated: 05/06/2003 - A college party came crashing to a halt this weekend when a balcony collapsed on Village Lane in Harrisonburg. With JMU's graduation and more celebrations right around the corner, TV-3 investigates how students and property owners can prevent another tragic fall.

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Hispanic Population on the Rise

Updated: 05/06/2003 - With the Hispanic population on the rise in Harrisonburg, local store owners are trying to keep up with the times.

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DMV Hours

Updated: 05/05/2003 - DMV is changing Thursday hours.

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Student-Death

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Valley woman dies from crash injuries.

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Sexfest Complaint

Updated: 05/05/2003 - JMU president defends Sexfest.

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Karaoke Craze

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Reality TV has named its first Nashville Star. On the local level, a very similar country star search has been taking place. TV-3 takes a closer look.

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Balcony Collapse

Updated: 05/05/2003 - A balcony collapse in Harrisonburg Sunday was a big "let down" for some college party-ers.

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Robert Marshall Revealed

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Delegate Robert Marshall started the whole "morning after" pill controversy with a letter to Pres. Linwood Rose at JMIU.

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Lung Transplant

Updated: 05/02/2003 - Update on fund-raising for Debbie Rodriguez.

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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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