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HATS Off to Valley Transportation Plan

Updated: 01/10/2003 - The Valley is growing and new and better roads are needed. But the approval of a transportation plan that could mean a loop road around Harrisonburg has left many people in shock.

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Found Guilty

Updated: 01/09/2003 - An Augusta County man accused of kidnapping his girlfriend has been found guilty.

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Police Chase

Updated: 01/09/2003 - An Elkton man is behind bars after leading police on a chase Wednesday.

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MIller Hanging It Up

Updated: 01/09/2003 - The General Assembly kicked off Wednesday. It was a beginning for some, but for others it marked the end of a great run.

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New Leader in Augusta County

Updated: 01/09/2003 - In a unanimous vote, three-year supervisor veteran Larry Howdyshell was elected as the newest Chairman of the Augusta County Board of Supervisors.

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Checks Will Keep Coming In

Updated: 01/08/2003 - The extension of jobless benefits for 2.5 million unemployed Americans was approved by President Bush Wednesday.

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General Assembly Convenes

Updated: 01/08/2003 - Lawmakers are getting ready to take on tough session where money will figure prominently.

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Bank Robbery

Updated: 01/08/2003 - A local man is facing federal charges related to a bank robbery in West Virginia.

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Sexual Assault Charges

Updated: 01/08/2003 - A Waynesboro man is facing charges of sexually assaulting a nine-year-old girl.

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HATS Is Back

Updated: 01/08/2003 - It looks like the HATS plan is back on the table in Rockingham County. In a surprise vote, the Board of Supervisors voted four to one to endorse the Harrisonburg Area Transportation Study.

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Virginia's Anti-Smoking Efforts Questioned

Updated: 01/08/2003 - Virginia's anti-tobacco programs aren't making the grade. It's one of the states being criticized by the American Lung Association for using tobacco settlement money to cover budget deficits. Find out how money is being used locally.

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Tax Breaks

Updated: 01/08/2003 - Economist feels Bush's tax cuts will leave a big debt for younger generation.

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Possible Cigarette Tax?

Updated: 01/08/2003 - General Assembly starts Wednesday. One big issue on the plate will be whether to ban cities from implementing a cigarette tax. That possibility has Harrisonburg officials scrambling to see if a cigarette tax is right for the city.

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Still Dragging Their Paws

Updated: 01/08/2003 - The saga surrounding a dog pound's struggle to keep its animals alive continues. Officials hope to make a decision this month whether to expand or rebuild its animal shelter.

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81 Is Open

Updated: 01/07/2003 - A tractor trailer crash closed part of Interstate 81. It has finally reopened.

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Armed and Dangerous

Updated: 01/07/2003 - A man considered armed and dangerous is on the loose in the Valley.

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Vitamins for Kids

Posted: 01/07/2003 - Many of you take a daily vitamin and you may have thought about giving your child one. But, do they do any good?

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Snow Costs

Updated: 01/07/2003 - Each VDOT Area Headquarters has a different number of trucks and a different size area to cover, so the cost to have trucks on standby is different in each area.

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Special Olympics

Updated: 01/07/2003 - It's time for the Special Olympic kick-off.

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I Want Money!

Updated: 01/06/2003 - The City of Harrisonburg has recently picked up three new payday loan stores. They offer you quick cash until your next paychec, but there's a cost.

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Drought? No Drought?

Updated: 01/06/2003 - Experts can't seem to agree on our drought situation.

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Shooting Spree

Updated: 01/06/2003 - Four are dead after a shooting rampage in Richmond.

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