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Death Penalty

Updated: 11/18/2002 - Last month's sniper killings do not appear to have changed public opinion on the death penalty.

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Questions Raised

Updated: 11/18/2002 - Staunton Mayor John Avoli wants answers, but as WHSV found out on Friday, he might not like what he hears.

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Police Crack Down

Updated: 11/15/2002 - Waynesboro Police are unveiling the S.A.B.R.E. Program.

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Water Watch

Updated: 11/15/2002 - Water restrictions remain in effect for one Valley community.

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Ray Carr Tires Closing Shop

Updated: 11/15/2002 - The closing of a Valley business is leaving more than 100 employees without a job.

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U.S. Executes Pakistani Man in Va.

Updated: 11/15/2002 - A Pakistani man who gunned down two CIA employees outside the agency's headquarters was executed under tight security in Virginia.

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Court Controversy

Updated: 11/15/2002 - Changes could be in the works for a Valley historic landmark.

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Good Witness

Updated: 11/15/2002 - A crime goes down, and you're in the wrong place at the wrong time. You could be the key to solving the crime. But would you be a good eyewitness?

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Guilty Plea

Updated: 11/14/2002 - A Waynesboro man caught with nearly $250,000 in cash and cocaine faces at least 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to drug charges.

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Traffic Lights

Updated: 11/14/2002 - More and more traffic lights are going up-is there an end in sight?

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Guns Allowed in State Parks Again

Updated: 11/14/2002 - A big victory for Virginia gun owners. Gov. Mark Warner is once again allowing concealed carry permit holders to take their guns into state parks.

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National Adoption Month

Updated: 11/14/2002 - An estimated 134,000 children in foster care are waiting to be adopted. Find out what a local couple had to say about their decision to adopt and how it changed their lives.

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Cause of Death Returned

Updated: 11/13/2002 - A man found dead in the Shenandoah County jail in September, died from natural causes.

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Sniper Suspect Appears in Court

Updated: 11/13/2002 - Sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad on Wednesday made a second appearance in a Prince William County court, this time with a lawyer experienced in high-profile cases.

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Iraq Accepts U.N. Plan

Updated: 11/13/2002 - Iraq has accepted a tough new U.N. resolution that will return U.N. weapons inspectors to the country after nearly four years.

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The Train Is Moving

Updated: 11/13/2002 - The Port Republic Road project goes before VDOT for its approval.

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Family Fights Back

Updated: 11/12/2002 - A Harrisonburg family fights to keep their daughter.

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DMV Closings

Updated: 11/12/2002 - Twelve DMV offices across the state were scheduled to close this week. The Woodstock office in Shenandoah County was one of them. On Oct. 25 residents were surprised to find its doors were already locked. But there is some good news.

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Bush Scoffs at Iraq Parliament Vote

Updated: 11/12/2002 - The parliament voted hours after Saddam's son urged the resolution's acceptance if Arabs were included on the inspection team. Lawmakers said the final decision rests with Saddam.

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Interstate 81 Accident

Updated: 11/12/2002 - Roads were shut down for hours while officials cleaned up a hazardous spill.

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Skyline Drive Detour

Updated: 11/12/2002 - Starting Tuesday, a 30 mile section of Skyline Drive will be closed for up to six weeks.

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