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New Market Reenactment Rained Out

Updated: 05/19/2003 - The reenactmnet of the Battle of New Market was cancelled this weekend due to rain. But participants had a good time anyway.

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Your Stylish Ride Might Not Be A Safe One

Updated: 05/16/2003 - It's prom season and many kids are riding in style. Limousine services are booked but you'll want to make sure the one you hired is licensed and insured.

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Nursing Home

Updated: 05/16/2003 - A Medicare Web site called, can help you evaluate care provided by nursing homes in your area.

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Bush Opens Re-Election Bid for Second Term

Updated: 05/16/2003 - President Bush launched his re-election bid Friday, formally filing papers to seek a second term with his postwar popularity soaring despite a sluggish economy.

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Local Gun Shop Owner Opposes Ban

Updated: 05/15/2003 - A large group of assault rifles may soon be flooding into the U.S. A federal import ban on 19 types of military-style guns is supposed to end next year.

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Paying Time for the Crime

Updated: 05/15/2003 - Dead-beat parents pay in Rockingham County. And that's turning heads statewide. The Sheriff's Office was chosen Thursday from 30 others in the state for best RAID Program of the Year. It's helped collect more than a half million dollars in child support for local kids.

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America's Mayor Visits Virginia's Capitol

Updated: 05/15/2003 - One of America's most cherished leaders was in Richmond Wednesday. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made a visit to the state capitol. He was there to show his support for Attorney General Jerry Kilgore.

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Six-Year Plan

Updated: 05/14/2003 - A revised six-year plan was unveiled by state transportation officials Wednesday.

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Dentist-Charge

Updated: 05/14/2003 - Dentist charged with attacking patient is suspended.

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Police Chase

Updated: 05/14/2003 - Two boys involved in a police chase last night on Interstate 81 have been charged with attempted capital murder.

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Sleep Apnea Follow-up

Updated: 05/14/2003 - Valley man has successful treatment for sleep apnea.

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Golf Course in the Rough

Updated: 05/14/2003 - More money is need for Harrisonburg’s golf course. Tuesday night, the city council was asked for $150,000 to pave the golf course cart paths. But, it didn't happen.

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Getting Prepared

Updated: 05/14/2003 - Local authorities have been getting ready in case a bio-terrorist attack happens in the Valley.

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It's Official, It Was a Twister

Updated: 05/14/2003 - Experts from the National Weather Service have found evidence of a tornado in Augusta County.

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Seriel Rapist

Updated: 05/13/2003 - Charlottesville Police have released a composite of a serial rapist in the area.

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CSI Harrisonburg

Updated: 05/14/2003 - Crime scenes are like a puzzle, but with the right skills and the right tools, police can put the pieces together. TV-3 caught up with some area criminal justice students who are learning how they can help.

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Democrats Challenge Weatherholtz

Updated: 05/13/2003 - Local democrats held a caucus Monday night in Harrisonburg to nominate their choice for the 26th District House of Delegates. Long time Rockingham County School Board Member Lowell Fulk took home 223 votes.

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Teen Pregnancy Rates Decline

Updated: 05/12/2003 - Teen pregnancies in Rockingham County are starting to decline. In 1987, there were 198 cases. Now, the number is down to 126.

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Cost of Education

Updated: 05/12/2003 - A growing English as a Second Language (ESL) population is putting even more of a strain on Harrisonburg schools.

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Wise Apology

Updated: 05/12/2003 - West Virginia governor admits being 'not faithful' to family.

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