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Farley Goes for Three

Updated: 04/28/2003 - Rockingham County Sheriff Don Farley formally announced today that he is seeking a third term as sheriff.

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Fanning the Flames

Updated: 04/28/2003 - For decades, Smokey the Bear has warned you about wildfires. But now, it's the U.S. Forest Service that's lighting the matches.

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An Explosive Arrest

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A JMU student has been arrested for having an illegal explosive 20 times more powerful than a firecracker.

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One Year Later

Updated: 04/28/2003 - It's been one year ago since a tornado ripped through Shenandoah County. Here's a look back on that devastating day and the rebuilding over the year.

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Lalush Remembered

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A Virginia Marine remembered in Troutville.

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"Peace"-ful Graduation

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A group of students from Eastern Mennonite University has received advanced degrees in peace.

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Man Faces 15 Years Behind Bars

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A Charlottesville man faces 15 years in jail after using the Internet to meet a teen-age girl for sex.

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Animal Cruelty

Updated: 04/28/2003 - It was a gruesome discovery in Charlottesville, where several animals were decaying in a house.

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Kirkan o' the Tartans

Updated: 04/28/2003 - It was a plaid profusion in downtown Harrisonburg Sunday.

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Fire Fighters Head Back to School

Updated: 04/28/2003 - Fire fighters from all over Virginia were in Harrisonburg for the city's annual fire school. TV-3 caught up with a few who were getting some hot, hands-on training.

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Blacks Run Clean-Up, Cub Style

Updated: 04/28/2003 - It can be hard to get your kids to clean their rooms. But when it comes to cleaning the environment, the Cub Scouts are eager to help.

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Murder Suspect Dies

Murder Investigation

Updated: 04/25/2003 - Suspect in triple killings in Maryland dies in Virginia hospital.

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New Truck Rules

Updated: 04/24/2003 - Truckers to be allowed to drive more, but rest longer.

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SARS Affects Study Abroad

SARS

Updated: 04/24/2003 - The SARS epidemic is putting a damper on the study abroad plans of some JMU students.

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Page County Body Identified

Updated: 04/24/2003 - Police have identified the man who died in an early morning fire in Page County Saturday.

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Valley Haunts Air on Travel Channel

Updated: 04/22/2003 - The Travel Channel has made a spooky stop at some Valley haunts as part of its Haunted Road Trip special to air Thursday. TV-3 takes you behind the scenes, first!

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Recycling in Harrisonburg Has a Cost

Updated: 04/24/2003 - The city of Harrisonburg has a recycling program in place to help protect our resources. But there is a price involved.

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Cleaning Up the Creek

Updated: 04/22/2003 - It has played an important role in Harrisonburg's history. And, this weekend, volunteers are working to clean up Blacks Run. It also signals the start of the Blacks Run Greenway.

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Egg-cellent Easter Health Tips

Updated: 04/21/2003 - If dyeing, hiding and eating Easter eggs is a tradition in your family, it's important to remember these egg-cellent health safety tips.

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Mental Patient Found

Updated: 04/21/2003 - A missing and endangered man has been found here in the Valley.

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