News

DUI Charges After Night Of Crashes


A drunken night of bumper cars will cost an Afton man some freedom and some dollars.

 

 

Bank Robbery Case Won't Go To Trial


A man accused of robbing a pair of area banks has avoided trial by admitting to the hold-up.

 

 

Church Secretary Court Date


Another court date, another hearing, but still no resolution in the case of a former church secretary in Luray accused of  embezzlement.

 

 

Western District Attorney Resigns


This side of Virginia's top cop is calling it quits.

 

 

Are Virginian's Miserable


As Triple-A predicts more than a million Virginian's will travel for the Thanksgiving Holiday, a new study suggests we all travel out of the state.

 

Charges Against Broadway Woman Continued


Less than half the charges filed against the former president of a Broadway homeowner's association are moving forward.

 

Shenandoah County Shooting Investigated


The Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a woman is found shot in the head Sunday.

 

Dominion Ask Lawsuit be Dropped


Dominion Transmission is seeking the dismissal of a federal lawsuit challenging the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
 
 

Gas Prices Continue to Drop


We can look back at gas prices from a year ago fondly...not because they were good, but because were are paying so much less now.

 

Waynesboro Struggles with Foreclosures


One city in the valley is struggling more than most with foreclosures.

 

Waynesboro Couple Charged with Forgery


Cops say a Waynesboro couple were involved in a check forgery scheme that bilked two dozen people out of approximately $7,200.

 

Strasburg's First Bank Expanding


It may be tougher finding a Bank of America branch in the Valley.

 

Bryce Opens for Sking


Bryce Resort in Basye is getting ready to open this weekend...the earliest opening ever of their slopes.

 

Graham's Death Ruled Homicide


Authorities have ruled the death of a University of Virginia student a homicide.

 

     

McAuliffe touts Va. film incentive program


Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says spending by the film industry increased 16 percent last year compared to 2012.

 
 

60 Days for Shooting


A 60-day sentence for a Fulk's Run man accused in what he says was an accidental shooting.

 
 

Guilty Plea From Mother


A guilty plea is now expected from a local woman accused in the death of a child.

 

 

Fracking to be permitted in GW National Forest


 Fracking will be allowed in parts of the largest national forest on the East Coast under a new federal management plan.

 

   

Illness Stricken UVA Students


 State health officials are investigating an illness that sickened more than a dozen University of Virginia students.

 

Wild Turkey Makes Home In Strasburg


A wild turkey has taken up residence near U.S. 11 in Strasburg.

 

  

Building Permits Down


Area home sales may be on the upswing, but home construction is headed the other direction.

 

 

Preliminary Report Issued On Plane Crash


A preliminary report on a recent plane crash here in the valley does not contain anything that would jump out as a cause of the wreck.

Gourmet Market to Open in Staunton


Seeing an underserved market, a gourmet market is set to open in Staunton.

 

 

Allegation Leads to Perjury Charge


A domestic assault allegation has turned into a perjury charge.

 
 

Swoope Man Denied Bond


Bond has been denied for a Swoope man accused of selling drugs to students at Buffalo Gap High School.
 

Valley Gas Prices Lowest


Drivers here in the valley continue to enjoy some of, if not the best gas prices in the state.
 

Stanley Stabbing Under Investigation


We are waiting on Page County Sheriff John Thomas to release more information about a stabbing.
 

New Life for Sugar Grove


A state agency and a child welfare organization are vying to take over a Navy base in nearby Pendleton County after it closes next year.
 

Underground Issues for Development


Karst formations beneath a Waynesboro business park will be investigated to determine whether any mitigation is needed.
 
 

Controversey Over Civil War Film


There's some controversey brewing over a movie made about an infamous Civil War battle here in the valley.

 

Graham's Life Celebrated


Laughs mixed with tears as students, friends, and family gathered to remember University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, whose disappearance two months ago prompted a massive monthlong search that ended in tragedy and criminal charges.
 
  

Death penalty off table in Va. officer's slaying


U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has taken the death penalty off the table for four people charged in the gang-related slaying of a reserve Virginia police officer.
 
  

Suspect in student kidnapping pleads not guilty


The man accused of abducting a University of Virginia student has pleaded not guilty in a Fairfax County courtroom on an unrelated sexual assault charge.
 

Edinburg Murder Trial Delay


A trial for an Edinburg man accused of murder will have to wait for some more courtroom wrangling.

 

Virginia 4th Best


Being the fourth best state for anything is pretty impressive...unless you're used to being #1.

 

Break Ins and Shootings


Harrisonburg Police are trying to connect the dots...if there are dots to be connected.

 
 

Fulks Run Crash Kills One


One person has died in this mornings crash on Brocks Gap Road in the Fulks Run area.
 

Grottoes Arson Investigated


An arson case is under investigation in Grottoes.

 

Strasburg Couple Faces 80 Charges


Legal wrangling continues in the case of a Strasburg couple facing a total of 80 charges linked to what authorities believe was a marijuana distribution operation.
 

Lawyer Suspended


A Staunton lawyer's license has been suspended.
 

Gas Prices Stall


They haven't gone up, but our gas prices have stopped going down.
 

Make Over For A Veteran


Veterans Day was Tuesday, but it has been more of a month long affair at a home in Fulks Run.
 

Suspect In Graham Case Transferred


The man charged in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student who was found dead has been transferred to a jail in Fairfax to await a hearing in an unrelated rape case.
 
 

McAuliffe to be honored by anti-violence group


Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is set to be honored by an anti-domestic violence group.
 
 

Film Festival Sets Record


The Virginia Film Festival is celebrating a record-breaking year.
 
   

Brocks Gap Crash Kills One


One person has died in this mornings crash on Brocks Gap Road in the Fulks Run area.
 

Man Struck By Pickup


A man is at UVA Medical Center this morning after being hit by a pick-up truck in Harrisonburg.
 

VMI Kicks Off Fundraiser


Virginia Military Institute is kicking off the public phase of a $225 million fundraising campaign.
 
   

Dominion Will Sue


 Dominion Resources is telling property owners in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina that it'll sue if they don't allow surveying on their land for a proposed $5 billion natural gas pipeline.
 
  

Matthew Transferred to Fairfax


 The man charged in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student who was found dead has been transferred to a jail in Fairfax to await a hearing in an unrelated rape case.