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Two Fatal Accidents

Updated: 01/02/2003 - Two Valley residents were killed in separate New Year's Day accidents.

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Resolutions or Dissolutions?

Updated: 01/02/2003 - We all have the best of intentions come New Year's to lose a few pounds, exercise more or break bad habits. But how long do those goals last? Here are some helpful hints on making and not breaking your New Year's resolutions.

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Blood Shortage

Updated: 01/01/2003 - Blood collection organizations say donations are way down.

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Blaze Orange

Updated: 01/01/2003 - Wearing orange saves hunters' lives, newspaper study finds.

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Anthrax Victim

Updated: 01/01/2003 - Anthrax victim is home after pneumonia bout.

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Ringing in the New Year on a Sober Note

Updated: 01/01/2003 - The new year is here. Throughout the Valley, people observed the birth of 2003 in the non-traditional way. At First Night events in Harrisonburg and Waynesboro, festivities were alcohol-free.

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Holiday Hangover

Updated: 01/01/2003 - What's the best way to beat a holiday hangover? Some say honey on toast. Others say a Wendy's bacon cheeseburger. But after speaking to a local doctor, we found those may not be the best medicine.

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Ebay Scam

Updated: 12/31/2002 - An Augusta County man was scammed on Ebay for $2,000, but thanks to police he got his money back.

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The Right Thing to Do

Updated: 12/31/2002 - Mary Baldwin College is trying to honor a fallen student’s memory.

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Sunday Sales

Updated: 12/31/2002 - It seems to have worked well, but Sunday hours are coming to an end for many Staunton stores.

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Stolen Cars

Updated: 12/30/2002 - Honda Accords, Toyota Camrys popular among thieves in Va.

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Ag Census

Updated: 12/30/2002 - Gov. Warner urges farmers to return census forms.

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Sniper Suspect to Get Copy of Statements

Updated: 12/30/2002 - A judge ordered prosecutors Monday to turn over statements that sniper suspect John Lee Malvo may have made to police regarding two of the shootings.

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Waynesboro Robbery

Updated: 12/30/2002 - Four man were arrested this weekend on charges ranging from armed robbery, assult and home invasion. Three are behind bars and one is out on bail.

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Battle of the Holiday Bulge

Updated: 12/30/2002 - The holidays offer us more festive fun and more festive food. But that can lead to not so festive flab.

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Doggy Death Row

Updated: 12/30/2002 - Thirty-eight homeless dogs were rescued Saturday, just in the nick of time. Page County's overcrowded animal shelter caused many dogs to be placed on death row. But now some rescue groups have stepped in to help with the situation.

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End of an Era

Updated: 12/27/2002 - The Statlers have closed their museum on Thornrose Avenue in order to downsize and eliminate unneeded costs.

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Law Enforcement Bit by Budget

Updated: 12/30/2002 - Their job is to keep you safe but the state is giving area police less and less money. Gov. Warner's budget cuts are putting the pinch on state troopers and local sheriffs.

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Winchester Shooting

Updated: 12/27/2002 - More information is coming out about the Christmas Day shooting in Winchester.

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Scientist Claims to Produce Human Clone

Updated: 12/27/2002 - Brigitte Boisselier did not immediately present DNA evidence showing a genetic match between mother and daughter. That leaves her claim scientifically unsupported.

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K-Mart Recall

Updated: 12/27/2002 - K-mart is recalling about 50,000 wooden toy vehicles filled with candy because the wheels may pose a choking hazard to children.

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