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Trials of Three Reservists to Be Moved to U.S.

Updated: 11/11/2004 - The U.S. is moving the trials of three Army Reservists charged with abusing Iraqi detainees at Abu Ghraib prison from Baghdad to Fort Hood, Texas.

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Union Votes to Authorize Strike if Talks Break Down

Updated: 11/11/2004 - The union representing U.S. Airways reservation agents and other passenger service employees has voted to authorize a strike if it can't negotiate a fair contract with the Arlington-based airline.

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Lockdown Part of Safety Drill

Updated: 11/10/2004 - We all remember fire drills from when we were in school. Now, Waynesboro's schools are being tested on how prepared they are for other emergencies.

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Virginia Still a Part of NCLB

Updated: 11/11/2004 - State legislators decide to work with the federal government's No Child Left Behind.

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Home Schooling Hits the Valley

Updated: 11/11/2004 - Imagine waking up and just having to walk across the hall to class. Many kids in the Valley do just that, but are they really getting the education and social skills they need?

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Police Recount a Scary Night

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Police say he ran from them, and then pinned an officer in his car. Now Barry Spradlin has learned his fate. And police want you to know just what happened that night nearly a year ago.

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Police Still Investigating Bus Crash

Updated: 11/09/2004 - State police were back at the scene of Monday's school bus accident that sent a young boy to the hospital.

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Farmers Can Get Paid to Conserve Resources

Updated: 11/09/2004 - The creeks that flow through Bellvue Farm are crystal clear, and the farm's owner says that's because of the fences he built a few years ago.

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Boy Injured in School Bus Accident

Updated: 11/08/2004 - A young boy has been taken to the Univ. of Virginia Medical Center after a school bus accident in Augusta County Monday afternoon.

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Online Spammer Free on Bond

Updated: 11/08/2004 - A North Carolina man convicted of illegally sending millions of pieces of junk Email to America Online subscribers was granted bond Monday while he awaits sentencing.

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Man Flees Scene, Hits Cop With Car

Updated: 11/08/2004 - Police say he was pulled over for an improper registration, but now an Augusta County man faces eight charges, and is being held without bond for leading police on a car chase Sunday night.

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Accused Mail Thief Pleads Guilty Again

Updated: 11/08/2004 - She had already pled guilty in Staunton. Now, one of the women accused of stealing hundreds of pieces of mail earlier this year, has done the same in Augusta County.

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