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Wireless Tracking

Updated: 10/09/2006 - Staunton police want to get to you as quick as possible.

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Inmate Death Sentence

Updated: 07/24/2006 - He stabbed an inmate to death during a pagan religious ceremony in the Augusta Correctional Center. Now that Virginia man is scheduled to die Thursday.

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Plans for Visitors' Center Halted

Posted: 07/24/2006 - A planned year-round visitors center for Shenandoah National Park is on hold. Chas Cartwright, the parks superintendent, says the project is more expensive than the park could afford.

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Police Investigation

 Police Investigation

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Police are out investigating a possible malicious wounding in Harrisonburg.

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Pagans In Prison

Posted: 07/23/2006 - A pagan religion whose followers worship Norse gods is at the heart of a death penalty case in Virginia.

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Row For Gold

Row for the Gold

Updated: 07/23/2006 - Local residents are hitting the river for a cause. For the last seven years "Row for Gold" has benefited area special Olympics teams.

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Laws Make Home Schooling Easier

Posted: 07/23/2006 - The home schooling movement is growing in Virginia, thanks to the help of new regulations that allow parents with only a high school diploma to teach their children.

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Gun Running

 Gun Running

Posted: 07/23/2006 - Eleven people face charges of participating in a Virginia-to-New York City gunrunning ring.

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Senate Debate

Decision 2006

Posted: 07/22/2006 - Senator George Allen says his experience makes his case for a second term.

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Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams

Updated: 07/23/2006 - Its fun for the whole family... whether you have a sweet tooth or not.

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Marijuana: A Growing Problem

 marijuana

Posted: 07/22/2006 - Louisa County Sheriffs made a huge marijuana bust yesterday confiscating 352 marijuana plants but how much of a problem is growing and selling pot in our area?

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Volunteering Has a Health Benefit

Updated: 07/23/2006 - During retirement many senior citizens spend their time volunteering, which is something that benefits the community. But a new study finds it has health benefits as well, that may even prolong their life.

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Sick Teen

Posted: 07/22/2006 - A Virginia judge has ruled that a 16 year old cancer patient fighting to use alternative treatment must report to a hospital by Tuesday and accept treatment that doctors feel is necessary.

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Spacewalk For Sale

Posted: 07/22/2006 - You don't have to be an astronaut anymore to experience walking in space. All you need is 35 million dollars and the willingness to risk your life.

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Two Men Thrown From Jeep

I-81 Accident

Updated: 07/22/2006 - Two men are okay after their Jeep rolled and they were thrown out of it on Friday.

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Luray Days Inn Fire

Luray Days Inn Fire

Posted: 07/21/2006 - A rough start to the weekend for guests at a Valley hotel. Visitors to Luray's Days Inn were forced out when fire broke out this morning.

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Fewer Orange Trucks on I-64

VDOT

Updated: 07/21/2006 - You'll be seeing fewer orange trucks on Interstate 64 this winter. That's because the Virginia Department of Transportation will no longer be responsible for maintaining the highway. That means a contracted company will be doing snow removal.

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Lots of Beef

Cattle

Updated: 07/21/2006 - Mooooove over, there are record high numbers of cattle in Virginia. The US cattle inventory report records $747,000 head. The last time the state hit the record was in 1997 with $740,000 head. So will the price of beef go down?

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Baseball's Other All-Stars

Little League Moms

Updated: 07/23/2006 - The rains came and almost blew it away but crews worked all night and morning to make it happen.

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No More Horsing Around

Updated: 07/21/2006 - A Valley man is saddled down by a district court judge.

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Sex Offender Center

Posted: 07/21/2006 - Crews have begun building a new state center that will house sexually violent predators.

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Hedrick Executed by Electrocution

Brandon Hedrick

Posted: 07/21/2006 - A man who raped and sodomized a 23-year old woman in 1997, then killed her with a shotgun blast to the face, has become the first person in the United States to be executed

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Tractor Trailer Driver Charged

Charges Filed

Updated: 07/20/2006 - New information this evening on the tractor-trailer accident that claimed the life of a three-year-old boy.

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