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Burn Camp Helps Children Heal

Updated: 08/18/2003 - Children from all over the east coast are in the valley for the Mid Atlantic Burn Camp. The camp's designed especially for children who have suffered burns, and know the pain that comes with it.

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Sniper Copy Cat in WV?

Updated: 08/18/2003 - Police in West Virginia are investigating a deadly string of shootings. The recent attacks share some striking similarities to, and are an eerie reminder of, the sniper shootings that captivated our region nearly a year ago.

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Fiery Crash on Interstate 81

Updated: 08/18/2003 - A tractor trailer crashed through the median on I-81 early Saturday, catching fire.

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Needy Valley Children Need School Supplies

Updated: 08/18/2003 - The first day of school is just around the corner. But not everyone has their school supplies. The Salvation Army in Waynesboro is working to change that, but needs your help.

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Anti-Porn Petition

Updated: 08/15/2003 - Nearly 1,000 people have signed an anti-porn petition drive this week at the Rockingham County Fair.

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Valley Blackout?

Updated: 08/15/2003 - The worst blackout in U.S. history didn't leave the Valley in the dark, but many here are wondering, could a massive power outage happen here?

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Water Still Contaminated by Bacteria

Updated: 08/14/2003 - Beaches in Hampton and Newport News are closed to swimmers again today, because lab tests indicated high bacteria levels for the second time in a week.

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Decision on Gay Bishop Prompts Hate Mail

Updated: 08/14/2003 - An Episcopal leader in Norfolk says he's getting hate mail from people angry that the church will allow a sexually active gay man to become New Hampshire's bishop.

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Protective Equipment Worked

Updated: 08/14/2003 - The company that coordinates the movement of electricity through D.C., West Virginia and six other states says the system is stable.

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Keeping Bacteria at Bay

Updated: 08/13/2003 - What you call home sweet home is also the breeding ground for millions of microscopic organisms. And what you can't see on the most common of household products could kills you.

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Roughed Up at Camp

Updated: 08/13/2003 - Mom says son was beaten up at day camp, but she was never told. She claims unfair treatment. Camp leaders disagree.

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A Communication Revolution

Updated: 08/13/2003 - We live in an information age, but what good is that information without understanding? That's the $15 billion dollar question one local company is asking President Bush as he begins to spend money on global AIDS awareness.

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Staunton Damage Exceeds $1 Million

Updated: 08/12/2003 - As of Monday, 69 residential unites had reported flood damage. There was a report of shifting foundation at one business. And a structural engineer is set to examine the parking garage.

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A Whole New Can of Worms

Updated: 08/12/2003 - They're squishy and squirmy, but they're great for your garden.

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Missing Man Found

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Missing Rockingham County man was found safe Saturday night.

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It's That Time Again

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Harrisonburg Salvation Army gets local students ready for school.

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Dog Days Take Sad Turn

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Staunton's Dog Days of Summer benefit sale has sad undertones as a beloved downtown pooch is found dead.

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It's Astronomical!

Updated: 08/08/2003 - Scientists say the planet Mars is the closest it has been to earth in 60,000 years.

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A Big Hit in Harrisonburg

Updated: 08/08/2003 - City leaders took a wet sponge in the face Friday to raise money for local charities.

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