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Graham, Harrington Cases Linked


They both were walking alone, separated from their friends late at night on or near the University of Virginia campus. One was found dead nearly five years ago. The other is still missing.

Mt. Jackson Man Accused In Fatal Crash


A Mount Jackson man is accused of causing a fatal accident.

Crash Ends Police Chase Near Elkton


A man is in custody after a car chase and a trip to the hospital. Rockingham County deputies, Elkton Police and State Police were involved in the pursuit very early this morning.

Former Basketball Coach Arrested


A Waynesboro man is under arrest accused of trying to set up a sexual rendezvous with a girl he had coached in high school.

Update on Quarry Rescue


More details are being released about the overnight rescue of a girl at Frazier Quarry in Harrisonburg.

Regional Jail Increasing Security


Steps are being taken to increase security at the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail.

 

   

Watermelon & Pumpkin Break Records


Two State Fair of Virginia produce records have been broken.

 

  

Sex Charges For Staunton Man


A Staunton man already facing more than 30-sex crime charges is facing even more.

 
 

18 Year Old Charged After Pointing Gun


An 18-year old Harrisonburg man has learned that you can't go around pointing a gun at people.

 

 

Forum Planned For School Board Race


Less than a week before election day, voters in Harrisonburg will get a chance to hear from all the candidates running for School Board.

 

 

Gas Rates Rising


Columbia Gas begins reaching a little deeper into its customers pockets today.

 

 

Quarry Rescue


A late night rescue in Harrisonburg.

 

 

Fines For Illegal Dumping


Not disposing of hazardous materials in a timely fashion or labeling it correctly has cost the owners of a valley manufacturing plant tens of thousands of dollars.

 

 

Fines For Illegal Dumping


Not disposing of hazardous materials in a timely fashion or labeling it correctly has cost the owners of a valley manufacturing plant tens of thousands of dollars.

 

 

Search continues for Va. student who vanished


A search team is working with canine units in attempting to find a University of Virginia sophomore who vanished more than two weeks ago.

 

   

Va. records 1st 2014 case of West Nile in horse


Virginia officials are reporting the state's first 2014 case of West Nile virus in a horse.

 

 

Local Horse Tests Positive For West Nile


Virginia officials are reporting the state's first 2014 case of West Nile virus in an Augusta County horse.

Abduction Suspect Due Back In VA Saturday


 Police in Virginia say they expect the suspect in the abduction of a missing 18-year-old college student to be returned from Texas over the weekend.
 
 

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.
 
 

Increase In Helicopter Rescues In SNP


The need for a helicopter rescue in local national parks is on the increase.
 

New Market Movie Gets Wider Release


A Civil War film centering on a Shenandoah Valley battle is getting a wider debut this week.
 
 

Headway Made In Heroin Crackdown


Waynesboro Police say they are making headway in destroying a heroin distribution network.

Chief Ask For Continued Support In Search



 
A lot of people in the Charlottesville area know Jessie Matthews, the suspect arrested in connection with the disappearance of Hannah Graham, and the Charlottesville police would like to hear from them if they believe they have information that can help in their case.  

800 MPG


Eighteen hundred miles per gallon...That's basically the mileage the newest vehicle in the Bridgewater College fleet gets.

 

High Street Robbery Investigated


Police in Harrisonburg are looking for two men wanted in connection with a robbery.

 

 

Fear Fracking Forgotten


Most of the environmental flap in the area recently has centered on a proposed natural gas pipeline, but the Virginia Sierra Club doesn't want you to forget about fracking.

 

 

Third Appearence In DUI Case


For the third time a date has been set for a Harrisonburg woman who reportedly tried to run over a police officer to enter pleas in the case.

 



 

Governor Starts Ethics Commission


Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe is putting together a new ethics commission and asking it to come up with concrete proposals on how to improve Virginia's image in the wake of the former Gov. Bob McDonnell's corruption conviction.
 

Man charged with abucting missing UVa student makes court appearance in Texas


A man charged with abducting a missing University of Virginia student appeared confused and refused a court-appointed attorney Thursday after being captured in Texas, where the search for Hannah Graham has now expanded.

    

Police Say Search Still In Full Force


Authorities say the search for a missing University of Virginia student remains in full force even as they have charged a suspect in her disappearance.

 

   

Luray Embezzlement Case In Court


The courtroom wrangling continues in the case of a former church secretary in Luray accused of  embezzlement.
 

Webb 'seriously looking' at 2016 campaign


Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb says he is "seriously looking" at a Democratic presidential campaign in 2016, a move that could create a challenge to former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton if she seeks the White House again.
 
   

A leg up for 7th grade students in Harrisonburg



Governor McAuliffe says the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia will administer the 22-million dollar federal "GEAR UP" grant for 16 school districts including Harrisonburg Public Schools.

CHARGES PLACED IN MISSING UVA STUDENT CASE


A suspect has been charged in the disappearance of a British-born University of Virginia student, but the man has not been apprehended, police said Tuesday night.
 
 

Man seen with UVa student faces driving charge


Police say a man seen with a University of Virginia student before she disappeared is being sought on arrest warrants charging him with reckless driving.
 
   

Two Killed In Berryvillle Fire


Virginia State Police say a house fire that killed two people in Clarke County appears to have been accidental.
 
   

Redskins Winners In Survey


By a margin of more than three to one, Virginia voters says the Washington Redskins should NOT change their name.

More Improvements To Airport Road


They've already replaced a bridge, now VDOT has more plans for Airport Road outside Mount Crawford.

 

Gas Prices Continue To Fall


Nationally, gas prices are as low as they have been in four years.  Locally, we're doing okay too.

 

Crash Kills Harrisonburg Teen


State Police are confirming an accident that claimed the life of an area teenager.

 

Slow Go On I-81


A nearly 11-million dollar project may have you going a bit slower on I-81 in Shenandoah County...at least for the next week or so.

 

Virginia In The Middle


Virginia is 25th in the nation in overall highway performance and cost effectiveness in the latest Annual Highway Report by the Reason Foundation.

Do You Like High School Bands?


You have two opportunities this week to enjoy  bands from all over the Valley this Tuesday night at Buffalo Gap High School and next Saturday at Stuarts Draft High School.

McDonnell Ask For Acquittal


Former Governor Bob McDonnell has asked for an acquittal or at least a new trial.
 

High Dental Rates in Virginia


Virginia residents are paying some of the nation's highest rates for dental insurance.

 

Strong August For Home Sales


August was another strong month for our local real estate market says Kline May Realty in their monthly report with  101 residential sales in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County,equalling May as the third best moth of the year so far.
 

Grottoes Man Accused In Shoplifting Spree


Four different jurisdictions are charging a Grottoes man with what they are calling a shoplifting spree.

Former Jail Employee Sentenced for Sex With Inmate


From working in the jail, to being held in it. A former food service employee at Augusta Correctional Center has been given a two year sentence for having sex with an inmate.