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Veto Day Eve

Updated: 04/01/2003 - Wednesday the General Assembly gets its chance to vote on Gov. Warner's vetoes and amendments to this sessions' legislation.

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New School?

Updated: 04/01/2003 - It could be back to square one for the Harrisonburg School Board long-range plan.

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Deadly Fungus May Help Gypsy Moth Sprayers

Updated: 04/01/2003 - Gypsy moth sprayers might get some help this year, as wet conditions will probably increase the population of a caterpillar-killing fungus.

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Local Family Spots Their Marine on TV-3

Updated: 03/31/2003 - A bellyache Monday morning for a Valley woman has made for a wonderful day for her and her family. She woke up earlier than normal, so she turned on her television to TV 3. In a quick glance she saw her grandson who's in Iraq. And in her quest to find out if it was him she turned to us.

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Three Men Wanted

Updated: 03/31/2003 - Three men wanted in connection with stealing a car are on the loose and police need your help to find them.

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Crime Investigation Pays Off

Updated: 03/31/2003 - A police drug task force says it has wrapped up a long investigation into violent crime in northwest Virginia.

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VA Marine Missing

Updated: 03/31/2003 - A Richmond native is among missing in Iraq.

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Peace Talks

Updated: 03/31/2003 - A newly formed pro-peace group is spreading its message in Augusta County.

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Dentist to Iraq

Updated: 03/28/2003 - Local support for a Harrisonburg dentist is amazing after he's called up to serve in the war. We'll show you how other Virginia dentists are stepping up to help.

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Body Identified

Updated: 03/28/2003 - The identity of a man found dead in Augusta County Thursday has been released.

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Product Recalls

Updated: 03/27/2003 - Recalls have been announced regarding electric routers and snowthrowers, as well as repair to gas ranges and circular saws.

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Body Found

Updated: 03/27/2003 - The body of a man was discovered Thursday morning in Augusta County.

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D-Day Memorial

Updated: 03/27/2003 - D-Day deal gives two memorial creditors board picks.

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Hopes for Roads Dim

Updated: 03/27/2003 - V-DOT is not hopeful any proposed road projects in the Valley for next year will get done due to lack of funding.

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Studying Abroad

Updated: 03/25/2003 - While the war continues in Iraq, international students here in the U.S. are being extra careful. Some are concerned they could be targets of violence because of their backgrounds. Local universities continue to monitor the safety of international students.

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War Tourism

Updated: 03/25/2003 - War is unlikely to slow Virginia tourism.

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General Assembly Showdown

Updated: 03/25/2003 - A showdown with the General Assembly could take place when it reconvenes next week.

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Do Not Call

Updated: 03/25/2003 - Signups soon for national Do Not Call list.

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Why the World Sees the War Differently

Updated: 03/24/2003 - An Islamic Master's student from Jordan tells us why the war in Iraq is wrong. Not as a Muslim, but as a human being.

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Local Woman Calls for Rally

Updated: 03/24/2003 - Broadway Resident Rebecca Simmons says more local people need to get behind the troops in Iraq.

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Court Square Rally

Updated: 03/21/2003 - Friday on Court Square in Harrisonburg a handful of high school students gathered to show their support for America.

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