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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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Missing Boater

Updated: 05/12/2003 - The search continues Monday for a missing fisherman believed to have drowned after his boat capsized in the Shenandoah River.

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Hikers Slain

Updated: 05/12/2003 - Prosecutors say a phone call made by the man charged with murdering two hikers in Shenandoah National Park links him directly to the 1996 killings.

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Thanks, Mom!!!

Updated: 05/12/2003 - TV-3 caught up with some local kids at Mt. Jackson's Heritage Days Festival Sunday. They had these special messages for their moms.

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Honoring the Valley's Heritage

Updated: 05/12/2003 - One Valley town is celebrated more than a century of Civil War history this weekend.

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Body Shop Blaze

Updated: 05/12/2003 - A business in Shenandoah County went up in flames Saturday morning.

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Tornado Touchdown?

Updated: 05/12/2003 - If a tornado did visit the Valley, it possibly left its mark in Augusta County.

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Dark Clouds, Bright Futures

Updated: 05/10/2003 - It was a stormy but happy day in Harrisonburg for thousands of JMU graduates.

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Think Before You Drink

Updated: 05/09/2003 - Buying bottled water can be expensive, but refilling your old water bottle could cost you even more. New studies are raising red flags about bacteria and the break-down of plastic into the water you drink. WHSV taps into the truth about your bottle's dirty deeds.

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Delay for New Jobs

Updated: 05/09/2003 - The opening of 150 new jobs in the Valley could be delayed.

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Missing Boater

Updated: 05/09/2003 - Man believed drowned in Shenandoah River; wife rescued.

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Flood Insurance

Updated: 05/09/2003 - FEMA reminds homeowners to buy flood insurance.

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Fatal Accident

Updated: 05/09/2003 - Police say woman lost control of car while eating.

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Armed Robbery

Updated: 05/09/2003 - A Harrisonburg man has been charged in the armed robbery of a local grocery store.

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Starving Cows

Updated: 05/08/2003 - Farmer found guilty of animal cruelty, neglect in deaths of cows.

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The New Overtime

Updated: 05/07/2003 - It's a law that could change the way you are compensated for working overtime. The Family Time and Workplace Flexibility Act, which is being discussed in Congress, offers comp time in place of over time pay. Some believe the legislation is empowering to employees, but others aren't convinced.

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Major Construction, Minimal Cost

Updated: 05/07/2003 - Some major school construction is happening right here in the Valley at a minimal cost. The work is building an educational foundation for kids for years to come, and, it's saving taxpayers money. TV-3 found out how this cost-cutting construction has one school official up for statewide recognition.

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Farmers-Cuba

Updated: 05/07/2003 - Officials say agricultural trade mission to Cuba is off.

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Budget Cuts

Updated: 05/07/2003 - City council told the school board it must cut $500,000 from its budget. Superintendent Donald ford has these suggestions.

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Plan B

Updated: 05/07/2003 - Harrisonburg's school board may not get the elementary school it wants. Reluctantly, it had to come up with an alternative plan.

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Prom Promises

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Kids under 21 could be charged with what's called a "baby DUI" regardless of their blood alcohol content.

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Drinking a Little Will Cost You Lots

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Between proms and JMU's graduation there will be a lot of celebrating in the Valley. And one local lawyer says Virginia law may be landing innocent people in trouble. TV-3 found out how drinking a little could cost you a lot.

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