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State Parks Seek Volunteers


The Virginia State Parks is seeking volunteers for the AmeriCorps project.

 
 

Dog linked to attacks in Culpeper County captured, killed


Authorities searching for a pit bull that attacked and injured two children and an adult in Culpeper County have captured and put down the animal.

 

    

Va. Senate panel OKs mandatory campus sex assault reporting


Legislation to mandate reporting of alleged campus sexual assaults to police is advancing in the General Assembly.

 

Va. Senate committee defeats gun control proposals


 A series of gun control measures has been defeated by a Republican-controlled Virginia Senate committee.
 

Names Released In Nursing Home Shootings


Police are out with the identities of a man and woman killed at a Fishersville nursing home

New Jobs Coming to Waynesboro


A couple hundred new jobs could be coming to the southern end of the valley.

 

Trail Closer for Brother & Sister


A brother and sister are closer to being tried for an Augusta County murder.

 

Almond Off The Hook


An 84 year old man is off the hook on attempted murder charges in Augusta County.

 

Million Dollar Winner in Woodstock


Check your tickets! Someone bought a Powerball ticket worth a million dollars here in the valley.

 

Two Phase Rate Increase Proposed


Shenandoah National Park has gone back to the drawing board when it comes to a proposal to increase fees.

 
 

Elkton Mans Case Going To Grand Jury


A grand jury is the next stop for an Elkton man accused of leading cops on a car chase.

 

Va. man sentenced, fined for keeping dead dogs on property


A Nelson County man must pay more than $3,000 in fines following his guilty plea to keeping dead dogs and canine body parts on his property.

 

 

Woman sentenced for attack on Virginia legislator's wife


A former high school teacher will spend four years in prison for attacking the wife of a Virginia legislator.

 

John Whitbeck elected as Virginia GOP chairman


John Whitbeck is the new chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia.

 

   

Route 801 to Close


Weather probably won't allow it to start today, but one Augusta County Road will be closed soon and it will stay closed for a while.

 

 

Forest Service Gets Tremendous Response


The US Forest Service asked for your opinion and boy did they get it.

 

 

Head On Crash Sends 3 to Hospitals


Neighbors along Shen Lake Drive heard the collision and heard the sirens.

 

Snow Expected Monday


Several inches of snow are possible Monday 

Two Dead in Fishersville Nursing Home Murder-Suicide


Augusta County police say a man and his wife have died in an apparent murder-suicide at a nursing home.

 
 

Chimney Fire Season


For the second night in a row, local fire crews were battling a chimney fire.

 
 

Construction Jobs Expected to Increase


If you're looking for a job, construction might be an option.

 

State police investigate fatal hit-and-run in Greene County


Police say a man whose body was found along a highway in Greene County was the victim of a hit-and-run.

 

  
Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe

Va. governor spends a second night in the hospital


Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe spent a second night in a Richmond hospital 

Report gives Virginia failing grades for tobacco control


The American Lung Association gives Virginia failing grades for its tobacco control efforts.

 

   

Indictment in 259 Fatal Crash


An indictment for a Florida truck driver accused in a fatal accident 

Distemper Outbreak in Waynesboro


As Waynesboro Police were warning residents of a distemper outbreak 

Infrastructure Aging according to report


Virginia's infrastructure is aging and, in some cases
Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe

Governor Hospitlized


A spokesman for Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says he is undergoing a medical procedure after being thrown from a horse

Gun Control Demonstrations Held


Advocates and opponents of gun control held dueling demonstrations

Landes Introduces Four Bills


Weyers Cave Delegate Steve Landes has introduced four bills

Minimum Wage Raise Killed


A Senate panel has killed a proposal to raise Virginia's minimum wage.
 
 

Big Meth Case Heads to Trial


A grand jury has sent the case of a man Waynesboro Police say was at the center of one of the biggest methamphetamine seizures

Abduction Investigated


Waynesboro Police say they are looking for an Afton woman in connection with an abduction case.

 

Chase Ends in Arrest


A valley man is accused of leading police on a high speed chase in a stolen police cruiser in Kentucky.
 

JMU Hikes Tuition


You'll have to save up even more to send your kid to JMU.

 

Tractor Trailer Crash Backs Up I-81


Virginia State Police say a truck driver and his passenger was injured this morning in an accident that tied up traffic on Interstate 81 for hours.  

Stores Leave Mall


Good and bad news for Valley Mall.

 

Warner Appears Winner in Tight Senate Race


Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia has a slight lead in a tight race with GOP challenger Ed Gillespie, a contest many thought the incumbent would easily win.

Remains Found Are Hannah Graham


 Authorities say remains found Oct. 18 in a rural area are that of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
 
 

Arrest In Bridgewater College Threat


A sigh of relief and an arrest.
 

Search to Resume for Alexis Murphy


Authorities plan to resume a search for the remains of a Virginia teenager who disappeared last year.

 

Arrest In Plot To Kill Five



A custody dispute allegedly led one area woman to plot the murders of five people.

 

Revenge Porn in Waynesboro


An Augusta County woman faces a misdemeanor charge under Virginia's new revenge pornography law.

 
 

Credit Card Couple Heads to Court


It will be another week before a Stuarts Draft couple accused in a credit card crime wave makes their first court appearance.

 
 

Sentencing Delayed For Former First Lady


A federal judge has delayed the 2015 sentencing of former first lady Maureen McDonnell on nine public corruption convictions.
 
   

Charlottesville Hosts Film Festival


More than 100 films will be showcased during the 2014 Virginia Film Festival in Charlottesville.

 
 

Convience Store Case Hearing Set


No resolution in a civil case brought agains the owner of a local convenience store.

 

 

Maryland Avenue Closure


More work on Harrisonburg streets could mean a change in commute for you.

State Fair Opens In One Week


The gates opened Friday morning at The Meadow Event Park in Doswell in Caroline County and runs through Oct.5.
 
 

450,000 Could Lack Proper I.D. for Voting


The Virginia State Board of Elections says about 450,000 voters in Virginia may lack the proper identification needed to cast a ballot in the November midterm elections.
 
 
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