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State Taxes Done for Free

Updated: 04/16/2003 - Federal Tax Tuesday has come and gone, but the state tax deadline is still two weeks away.

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New Spin on Old Gun Law Back-Fires in Valley

Updated: 04/16/2003 - The anniversary of the Columbine school shooting is only a few days away, and the clarification of a Virginia law has some officials worried something like that could happen here.

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SARS Could Mean Higher Ticket Prices

Updated: 04/16/2003 - The war in Iraq has already put the airlines in jeopardy. SARS adds more misery to and already bad situation. You might be the one who pays.

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Marine Killed

Updated: 04/16/2003 - A 20-year-old Marine from Winchester has died in combat in Baghdad.

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Attempted Robbery

Updated: 04/16/2003 - Harrisonburg police are investigating an attempted robbery at a city 7-Eleven.

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Search Continues

Updated: 04/16/2003 - Still no sign of an Augusta County man whose boat capsized in the New River in northern Giles County.

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New Jobs

Updated: 04/16/2003 - Ford Motor Company is building a distribution center in Frederick County.

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Tax! Tax! Tax!

Updated: 04/16/2003 - The average American is getting $2,000 back for their 2002 taxes. While you're waiting for your big check, read on. I added up how much taxes I paid for the day. See what the grand total is.

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Strike Averted

Updated: 04/15/2003 - Employees at McQuay in Verona have ratified a new work contract.

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V-DOT Sensors

Updated: 04/15/2003 - Crews will install roadway sensors on northbound Interstate 81.

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Bank Closings

Updated: 04/15/2003 - Wachovia Corporation is closing 42 bank branch offices in Virginia, including two in Harrisonburg and one in Winchester.

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Camp Horizons Plan to Expand Finds Opposition

Updated: 04/16/2003 - Neighbors aren't happy with Camp Horizon's plans for expansion. They say it will make the camp too noisy and make traffic around the area more dangerous.

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Potholes Costly for VDOT and You

Updated: 04/15/2003 - Potholes are adding extra expense to a VDOT budget already in trouble because of the harsh winter.

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Rally for American Troops in Staunton

Updated: 04/14/2003 - There was a pro-troops rally in Staunton. People wanted to show support in the area after anti-war demonstrators were in the area a few weeks ago.

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Clock Ticking to Tax Deadline

Updated: 04/14/2003 - Federal income tax day is right around the corner. What can you do if you haven't filed yet?

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Landfill Explosion

Updated: 04/11/2003 - Manger of former landfill killed in explosion.

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New Taxes and Fees

Updated: 04/09/2003 - For the first time in three years, Harrisonburg could get some major tax and fee increases.

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More Trash, More Cash

Updated: 04/09/2003 - More trash may be on its way to Page County and a lot of residents are upset.

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Rape Plea

Updated: 04/09/2003 - A 20-year-old Stephens City man pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to raping a 22-month-old girl.

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Hot Public Hearing Expected in Page County

Updated: 04/08/2003 - A tax hike, a landfill expansion and a controversial animal shelter. They're just three of the hot topics up for discussion at Tuesday's Page County public hearing.

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Zainy Brainy Kids

Updated: 04/08/2003 - .Some local kids just got the chance to become real braniacs. But they quickly found out there's more to the brain than meets the eye.

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'We Need Money!'

Updated: 04/08/2003 - A local, volunteer rescue squad needs your help constructing its new building.

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Latino Cab

Taxi Service

Updated: 04/08/2003 - Harrisonburg could soon get a new taxi service.

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