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Kids Caught in the Crossfire

Updated: 03/19/2003 - In war, some might say the hardest hit are the children. As we prepare to attack Iraq, one local professor remembers his experience as a child of war and shares what Iraqi children might be feeling now.

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Firefighters on Alert

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Code orange has everyone on guard, including local fire departments. Harrisonburg city stations are on 24-hour lock-down.

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Wal-Mart Suit

Updated: 03/19/2003 - A former Wal-Mart employee is suing over a co-worker's comments.

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Crime Rates Up

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Watch your back. That's what Harrisonburg Police are saying.

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Upgrades on the Way

Updated: 03/19/2003 - The Harrisonburg School Board will make some repairs to Memorial Stadium.

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Textile Plant Closing

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Nearly 300 people to lose jobs in plant closing.

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Upgrading Security

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Virginians may notice more state troopers patrolling bridges and tunnels

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U.S. Raises Terror Alert Level to High

Updated: 03/18/2003 - With war in Iraq likely in just days, the Homeland Security Department raised the national terror alert to orange, indicating a high risk of terrorism against American interests.

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Toot Your Own Horn!

Updated: 03/17/2003 - There's one kid in town who isn't afraid to toot his own horn. Here's the story of a boy who's winning big one note at a time.

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Bush Tells Saddam to Go by Wednesday

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Edging to the brink of war, President Bush gave Saddam Hussein until Wednesday to leave his country and told Americans that military confrontation will ultimately make them safer.

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Officers Called Up

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Their motto is to "protect and serve." Now some local police officers will have to live up to that statement overseas.

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Abduction Suspect Caught

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Earlier, we told you about some breaking news regarding an abduction. Now Harrisonburg Police have arrested a man for that crime.

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Peace Vigil

Updated: 03/17/2003 - A worldwide movement has reached the Valley.

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Snow Money

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Big bucks are coming to Virginia to help out with costs after the big President's Day storm.

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Woman Abducted

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Police are looking for a man who may have abducted a family member.

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New Apartment Complex

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Glendale Apartments to be built next to Devon Lane and perpendicular to Port Republic Road. This will add several hundred other residents into an already crowded area.

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School Bus Accident

Updated: 03/14/2003 - Some Harrisonburg students had a scary bus ride Friday morning.

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House Passes Medical Malpractice Limits

Updated: 03/14/2003 - Efforts to limit jury awards in medical malpractice cases may face trouble in the Senate where Democrats and some Republicans favor caps higher than those in a House-passed bill.

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Convicted Rapist Sentenced

Updated: 03/13/2003 - The judge says it's one of the most brutal offenses his court has been involved with.

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Local Troops Deployed

Updated: 03/13/2003 - More local troops are being deployed in anticipation of war.

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Eye on VDOT

Updated: 03/13/2003 - You can keep an eye on VDOT's spending.

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Smart Returns Home a Changed Girl

Updated: 03/14/2003 - After nine months of shabby living under bridges and in tents with a self-styled prophet and his wife, Elizabeth Smart returned to her million-dollar home alive - but not unchanged.

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Big Plans for Simms School

Updated: 03/12/2003 - If all goes as planned, renovations to Harrisburg's historic Simms school could begin as early as this fall.

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