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Residents Call Crossing Dangerous

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Residents in McGayheysville say train crossing where teens were hit was an accident waiting to happen.

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Student Bomber Battles Expulsion

Updated: 03/18/2004 - A 17-year-old is challenging in federal court his school expulsion last year for his role in the construction of series of homemade bombs planted throughout Prince William County.

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Virginians Turn to FEMA

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Some residents are angry that after getting rental assistance checks from FEMA, they were ordered to repay the money if the feds provided a trailer for them to live in.

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Gilmore to Campaign for Monty Warner

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore will make a campaign appearance in West Virginia next month for Republican gubernatorial candidate Monty Warner.

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Staunton Resident Turns 106

Updated: 03/18/2004 - It was a very special birthday celebration for one valley resident. Molly Rogers turned 106 years old. Friends and family gathered at the Loyalton assisted living center to wish her a happy birthday.

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State Starts Draining Pond Because of Unsafe Dam

Updated: 03/18/2004 - The state has started draining a farm pond in southern Augusta County nearly two months after engineers determined the pond's dam was in danger of failing.

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VDOT Worker Killed in Tunnel Accident

Updated: 03/18/2004 - A Virginia Department of Transportation worker was killed and another injured after an accident early today at the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel.

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Condemned Sniper Moved to Death Row

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Sniper mastermind John Allen Muhammad was moved from the Prince William County jail to death row at the Sussex One State Prison near Waverly today.

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Mortgage Rates Near 40-Year Lows.

Updated: 03/18/2004 - In its weekly survey, mortgage company Freddie Mac reports that the average for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages has slipped to five-point-38 percent, compared with last week's five-point-41.

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Residents Opposed to New Shelter Site

Updated: 03/17/2004 - Residents decided where to put the shelter, but building a new Animal Shelter in Page County may be harder than the Board of Supervisors originally thought it would be.

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