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City Fairway Financially "Under Par"

Updated: 02/06/2003 - Harrisonburg's municipal fairway is financially "under par" and opponents are "tee'd" off. But Heritage Oaks says it's not that deep "in the hole."

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Trooper Shot

Updated: 02/05/2003 - Virginia trooper wounded during water contamination probe

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Making it Easier

Updated: 02/05/2003 - The Waynesboro Planning commisssion met to make it easier for people to renovate homes inthe downtown district.

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Money Matters

Updated: 02/05/2003 - Harrisonburg's school board may have to cut some much needed positions in order to make its budget.

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The Clear Choice for Teachers

Updated: 02/05/2003 - Local teachers speak out about Harrisonburg's plan for its kindergarten through eighth grade configuration.

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Jail Closing

Updated: 02/04/2003 - Pendleton County is losing a piece of history. The old jail is set to be torn down sometime this year. But, some local residents aren't going to let it go without a fight.

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Welcome Home

Updated: 02/04/2003 - Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro Habitat for Humanity help family of 10 realize dream.

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Astronaut Family Close to Valley

Updated: 02/04/2003 - The shuttle tragedy has hit close to the Valley. The parents of astronaut Dave Brown live in the small community of Washington, Virginia, which lies east of Luray, across the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Appalachian Trail Murders

Updated: 02/03/2003 - The Justice Department says federal prosecutors in Virginia can seek the death penalty against a Maryland man accused of killing two women hikers along the Appalachian Trail in 1996.

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Murder-Suicide

Updated: 02/03/2003 - Police now believe the death of three men in Shenandoah County is a murder suicide.

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The Columbia and Kids

Updated: 02/03/2003 - The Columbia explosion is the first space shuttle disaster that most school aged children have witnessed. Monday, teachers were faced with the difficult task of discussing the tragedy.

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"Choose Life," Choose Lawsuit

Updated: 02/03/2003 - Virginia may be headed to court over a proposed license plate with an anti-abortion message.

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Anti-Abortion Passes

Updated: 02/03/2003 - Anti-abortion bills sail through the House of Delegates with little debate Saturday.

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Rice Could Get Death

Updated: 02/03/2003 - U.S. Attorney General John Aschcroft is allowing federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty against a man charged with killing two Shenandoah National Park hikers.

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Three Bodies Pulled From Fire

Updated: 02/03/2003 - Three people are dead and the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office is looking for answers.

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NASA Detected Heat Spike in Shuttle

Updated: 02/03/2003 - NASA engineers settled into their long, joyless task of figuring out how space shuttle Columbia broke apart, saying conditions in the shuttle's final minutes point to a possible problem with its critical heat-protection tiles.

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Two-Term Governor

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Proposal to allow two-term governor clears committee.

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Assault and Robbery

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Police need your help finding two men wanted for assault and robbery.

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I-64 Pileup

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Updated: 01/31/2003 - Multi-vehicle pileup on I-64 east of Charlottesville.

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Consumer Recalls

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Some Cooper Lighting 500-watt halogen bulbs and Zenith large-screen televisions have been recalled.

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