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Lead Dangers More Widespread

Updated: 06/03/2003 - New research shows lead poisoning is even more of a problem than previously thought.

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Not in My Backyard!

Updated: 06/03/2003 - The Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy has announced plans to buy Augusta County's Eastside Speedway.

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Inmate Dies

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Man convicted of sexual assault dies in jail.

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Store Fires

Fire

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Police say fires at 2 Winchester stores intentionally set.

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A Rainy Relay 4 Life

Updated: 06/02/2003 - The wet weather didn't dampen the spirits of thousands of walkers at Relay for Life.

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Mr. Big Time College Grad

Updated: 06/02/2003 - An exceptional student has graduated in Virginia. He's only 13-years-old and has been nominated for the Nobel Peace prize twice.

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Heavy Rains May Cause Depression

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Many people suffer from seasonal affective disorder in the winter. But it's not just for winter anymore.

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New Help for Back Pain

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Artificial discs are on the way for back surgeries, giving hope to those in pain.

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U.S. Drops Terror Alert Level

Terrorism Alert Lowered

Updated: 05/30/2003 - The Bush administration dropped the federal terrorism alert level one step, to yellow.

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Deputy Drugs

Updated: 05/30/2003 - Fired deputy admits drug sales to inmates.

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The Risky Side of the River

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Up and down the Shenandoah River, environmentalists can spot serious problems. But none may be more dangerous than this one.

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Asteroid Impact

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Scientists say asteroid impact will flatten N.C., East Coast.

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Dentist Charged

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Patient sues dentist charged with assaulting her.

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Supervisors Angry About Peterson Comments

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Rockingham's Supervisors take offense at city councilman Dorn Peterson's characterization they are trying to "one-up" the city of Harrisonburg with the proposed emergency communications system.

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Beer Plant Protects River

Updated: 05/29/2003 - The Shenandoah River is under environmental attack, but concerned citizens and companies are battling to protect it. All week we've been introducing you to those who are working to keep the river clean. WHSV's Erin Tate stopped by the Coors plant to learn how it's lending a hand.

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Keeping You Safe

Updated: 05/28/2003 - Rockingham County and Harrisonburg will soon team up to improve emergency operations. They want to consolidate and upgrade their radio system, but it's coming at a big cost.

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Shenandoah National Park Murders

Updated: 05/28/2003 - A federal judge has barred from evidence a man's phone call prosecutors hoped would tie him to the slayings of two hikers in the Shenandoah National Park.

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No Noise

Updated: 05/28/2003 - A new ordinance has been passed in Harrisonburg to crack down on noise makers.

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New Taxes in Harrisonburg

Updated: 05/28/2003 - Before too long, it's going to cost you more to eat out in Harrisonburg.

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An Environmental Journey

Updated: 05/28/2003 - It was a wet day for the local river expeditioners TV-3 introduced you to earlier this week. But a little rain couldn't stop them from continuing their environmental journey down the Shenandoah. WHSV's Erin Tate floated along with the group again Tuesday to learn more about the farmers and industries working to keep the river clean.

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Teen-Vandalism

Updated: 05/27/2003 - Teen arrested for vandalizing elementary school.

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