The Harrisonburg neighborhood, Belmont Estates, held it's semi annual yard sale today and people all across the Valley came out.
Updated: 1:11 PM
The day is finally here. James Madison University held it's graduation today.
Updated: 6:55 AM
Virginia State Police are investigating a fatal crash in Suffolk involving an experimental plane.
Posted: 6:44 PM
Dominion Virginia Power says it's asking state regulators to increase what the utility charges customers to recover its fuel costs for the first time in two years.
Posted: 6:41 PM
Mt. Jackson's town council received former town manager Clark Draper's sudden resignation on Monday but some have said that he was forced out.
Posted: 11:47 PM
One graduation ceremony for James Madison University is out of the way but all the major traffic and the crowds that come with it starts Saturday.
Updated: 6:39 AM
A death certificate says a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings died from gunshot wounds and blunt trauma to his head and torso.
Updated: 10:37 PM
A Manassas woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for violating federal firearms laws after buying and selling 31 handguns over a two-week span without a license.
Posted: 5:09 PM
The District of Columbia's film office says Washington's Theodore Roosevelt Bridge will be closing temporarily for a major motion picture.
Posted: 3:11 PM
A 73-year-old woman has died following a house fire that started early Thursday morning on Center Street in Timberville.
Updated: 7:06 AM
West Virginia authorities say a suspicious fire destroyed the home of a couple who had been recently jailed on charges they violated a custody order for their 2-year-old son.
Updated: 1:16 PM
Do you know the signs of stroke, and what to do if you or someone else has a symptom? Hear the answers from Dr. Dan Chehebar, Rockingham Memorial Hospital Neurologist and Stroke Medical Director. Click on the video above to see the One-on-One interview.
Updated: 6:54 AM
A University of Virginia team that developed an IV catheter to improve blood sampling is the winner of this year's Governor's Business Plan Challenge.
Posted: 10:34 AM
An avid turkey hunter in Harrisonburg suggests that to stay safe while hunting, you have to stay alert.
Updated: 6:56 AM
A new government survey shows one in 20 kids in America have food allergies, which is up 50 % from the late 1990s.
Updated: 6:48 AM
One person died in an early morning fire on Thursday.
Updated: 10:23 AM
Police are getting ready for James Madison University graduations.
Updated: 6:48 AM
Jurors could not reach a decision on a sentence, leading to a mistrial.
Updated: 6:51 AM
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Updated: 6:53 AM
A union leader wants Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to investigate staff shortages at the West Virginia Veterans Nursing Home and alleged retaliation against a patient who spoke out publicly about the quality of care.
Posted: 4:57 PM
City leaders will begin a $150,000 sewer line project soon.
Updated: 6:55 AM
Senator Tim Kaine (D-Va) was in the Shenandoah Valley on Thursday morning to discuss the Marketplace Fairness Act.
Posted: 1:35 PM
A judge says there is enough evidence for a grand jury to hear the case against a Mississippi man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and others.
Posted: 1:13 PM
A West Virginia mother who forced her daughter to eat red pepper seeds and burned her with cigarettes is headed to prison for what a judge calls torture.
Updated: 12:10 PM
West Virginia is heeding the call to expand Medicaid through the federal health care overhaul.
Updated: 11:17 AM
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