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Shovel Your Walk!

Updated: 03/12/2003 - The snow may be gone, but the snow controversy continues in the city of Harrisonburg.

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Ground Beef Recall

Updated: 03/12/2003 - Ground beef sold at Kroger and Meijer stores in several states may be linked to E-coli.

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Tobacco Tax for Health

Updated: 03/11/2003 - Some local doctors are pushing for a new tax to protect your health.

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Farris for Sheriff

Updated: 03/11/2003 - There "could" be a new sheriff in town. William "Buddy" Farris will be running for Rockingham County Sheriff.

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Memorial Stadium

Updated: 03/12/2003 - It just needs a few repairs. But it's going to cost tens of thousands of dollars. Memorial stadium is a historical landmark in Harrisonburg and now talks are beginning about its future.

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Local Ski Season Ending

Updated: 03/11/2003 - A local ski resort is still smiling even though it's ski season is about to end.

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Insurance Claims

Updated: 03/10/2003 - Last month's winter storm caused trouble for many drivers, but it also took its toll on homeowners.

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Training the Troops

Updated: 03/11/2003 - Army recruits are training for war, and we're taking you along for the adventure.

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Ready for War

Updated: 03/11/2003 - President Bush hit the phones Monday trying to work up more support for a UN measure in Iraq. Either way, one local military analyst says war could be just days away.

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Murder in Petersburg

Updated: 03/10/2003 - A Petersburg, WV man has turned himself in to authorities after his ex-wife was found dead.

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Antibiotic Resistant

Updated: 03/10/2003 - A new study shows antibiotics aren't working like they used to. One time "miracle cures" like Penicillin and Erythromicin are noew less effective as bacteria mutate to resist these drugs.

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Deadly Strep

Updated: 03/10/2003 - The State Health Department has completed its investigation into the unexplained deaths of five children.

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FDA to Regulate Dietary Supplements

Updated: 03/10/2003 - The FDA will start regulating dietary supplements as early as next year. The new manufacturing standards aim to prevent problems by requiring quality-control measures that include company testing of ingredients and finished products for contamination and the promised dose.

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Your Cheapest Route

Updated: 03/07/2003 - Gas prices are skyrocketing and drivers are dishing out the dough. Taking a bus or a taxi could be your cheapest route.

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Sex Offender Arrested, Charged

Posted: 03/07/2003 - A convicted sex offender has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting an 80-year-old woman in a nursing home.

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Page County Pound Workers Suspended

Updated: 03/06/2003 - TV-3 has brought you several reports on possible animal cruelty at a Valley animal shelter. Now, two employees at the Page County shelter have been suspended.

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Big Brother Bad News in the Classroom

Updated: 03/06/2003 - Some people are not convinced federal and state mandated programs are the most effective way to teach our children how to read.

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A Bumpy Ride for Virginia's Economy

Updated: 03/06/2003 - The road to economic recovery will be a bumpy one. That's the world from Virginia's Secretary of Commerce and Trade.

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Product Recalls

Updated: 03/07/2003 - Atico International USA Inc. has announced a recall of hot pots and Makita U.S.A. has announced a recall to repair electric sanders.

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Wild Ride

Updated: 03/06/2003 - It was a wild ride for an Elkton woman Wednesday.

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