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Newlywed Murder

Updated: 09/16/2003 - Teen sentenced in murder.

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Campgrounds Closed

Updated: 09/16/2003 - Waiting out Hurricane Isabel at a campground in Shenandoah National Park is NOT an option.

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Isabel Is a-Coming!

Updated: 09/16/2003 - Valley residents prepare as the "Big Storm" moves closer and closer, area stores get busier and busier. Already, stores are watching the shelves grow emptier.

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Lake Refills

Updated: 09/15/2003 - Heavy rains bring Mountain Lake back to life.

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SPCA Breaks Ground On New Home

Updated: 09/15/2003 - With the first shovel of dirt, a new home for the Rockingham-Harrisonburg SPCA is one step closer to reality.

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Two Local Groups Put Children First

Updated: 09/15/2003 - Two Rockigham County organizations are working to make sure children are both safe and ready for school.

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No Child Left Behind

Updated: 09/12/2003 - Although all six public schools in Harrisonburg have met the SOL standards for accreditation, four did not meet the standards set forth by the federal "No Child left Behind" initiative.

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The Pentagon: Two Years Later

Updated: 09/12/2003 - James Williams gets exclusive access to the Pentagon for a look at the rebuilding process, and the lives that were affected.

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Sept. 11 Memorial

Updated: 09/11/2003 - The attacks on Sept. 11 tore apart many families, including one very large family right here in Harrisonburg

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Have People Forgotten 9-11?

Updated: 09/11/2003 - Last year, many people gathered in Court Square to commemorate the fallen of 9-11. But this year, that's not the case.

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Virginia Tech Classrooms

Updated: 09/11/2003 - An official with the state Fire Marshal's Office who saw a photo of Virginia Tech students sitting on classroom stairs, is sending an investigator to the Blacksburg school.

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CIA Confirms Audio of Bin Laden Deputy

Posted: 09/11/2003 - The CIA has authenticated a section of the audio on the new al-Qaida videotape as an actual recording of Osama bin Laden's chief deputy, but analysts are unsure whether the voice purported to be bin Laden himself is truly him, a CIA official said Thursday.

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Solemn Ceremonies Mark 9-11 Attacks

Updated: 09/11/2003 - Two years after the profound horror and grief of Sept. 11, two bagpipers and a drummer marched onto the former site of the World Trade Center on Thursday, bearing an American flag that once flew over its ruins.

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Deadly Explosion

Updated: 09/10/2003 - The two men killed in Tuesday's explosion at the Coors plant have been identified.

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City Council Raise

Updated: 09/10/2003 - The City Council may be getting a raise, the question is: Who should make the decision?

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Taxi Regulations

Taxi Service

Updated: 09/10/2003 - The city council is considering imposing a new regulation on taxis, an idea that some small local cab companies pretty upset.

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Updated: 09/10/2003 - Telecommunications company emerges from bankruptcy.

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The Future of Harrisonburg Schools

Updated: 09/10/2003 - While construction continues on the new high school in Harrisonburg, the debate is now over where to take the school system after the building is complete.

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