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Gang Witness

Updated: 09/09/2003 - Witness statements my be barred.

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Count Loses Bid for DARE Grant

Updated: 09/09/2003 - Rockingham County Schools will be without the DARE program for at least another year.

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New Development

Updated: 09/08/2003 - A local developer is hoping to transform more than 100 acres of agricultural property in Rockingham County.

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Tax Pledge

Updated: 09/08/2003 - "No New Taxes!" It's a phrase many politicians are now using, including, many of Virginia's State Legislators and candidates. Some have gone as far as to sign a "No Tax" Pledge but how easy will it be to stick to this?

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Holiday Traffic

Updated: 09/08/2003 - State police report 13 traffic deaths over holiday.

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Biophysicist Slain

Updated: 09/08/2003 - Scientist's killer gets life without parole.

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Fate of New School Up in Air

Updated: 09/08/2003 - Members of Augusta County's School Board and Board of Supervisors are asking themselves, "What's next?"

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La Crosse Encephalitis

Updated: 09/08/2003 - An Agusta County child is one of two children in Virginia to have been diagnosed with La Crosse Encephalitis

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Weekend Car Thefts

Updated: 09/08/2003 - Police spent their weekend chasing down a teen-ager accused of stealing several cars from all over the Valley.

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Hike on Hold

Updated: 09/05/2003 - It's down, but not out for a charity hiker on the Appalachian Trail.

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Murder Charge

Updated: 09/05/2003 - A juvenile charged in connection with the shooting of a Craigsville man will be tried as an adult.

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Your Future Commute

Updated: 09/05/2003 - Detailed proposals for Interstate 81 improvement have just been released.

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No More DuPont

Updated: 09/04/2003 - A longtime Waynesboro business has a new name.

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Firefighter Help

Updated: 09/04/2003 - The men and women who protect you are getting some help from the federal government.

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Child Porn Charges

Updated: 09/04/2003 - A Lexington newspaper reporter now faces 15 charges of possessing child pornography.

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Immigrants Sue Virginia Colleges

Updated: 09/04/2003 - An immigrant group has brought a lawsuit against seven Virginia colleges, including JMU and UVA, accusing them of denying admission to illegal immigrants.

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Service Animals

Updated: 09/04/2003 - A disabled Harrisonburg man says a local restaurant has discriminated against him, but the restaurant says he's being unreasonable.

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Governor Visits JMU

Updated: 09/04/2003 - Gov. Mark Warner is touring the state this week to announce his plans for education reform. And among his stops on Thursday was on the campus of James Madison University.

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Petitions Rejected by State

Updated: 09/04/2003 - The state will not move forward with a lawsuit set forth by Front Royal residents to remove several town officials.

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Eminent Domain

Updated: 09/03/2003 - Construction of a new sewer system along Route 11 has already begun, but one Rockingham County man, whose front yard is part of the project site, is standing in the way.

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Republicans Insurance

Updated: 09/03/2003 - Republican legislators say they will push for federal and state incentives to make long-term care insurance more affordable for Virginians.

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