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Drug Leader Gets 18 Years


The leader of what federal drug agents called a major herion operation will spend 18 years in prison.

Reeses Cups Crash


The chocolate and the peanut butter really got mixed together Wednesday

Toy Gun Charge


Toy guns are for kids...not adults.

Earth Day Recycling



Today is Earth Day and several companies and groups are getting behind recycling.

Competent for Trial


A 17 year old accused of killing a mentally disabled man has been found competent to stand trial.

Summer Concerts Announced


You might say "Alabama" will be the musical theme at this year's Rockingham County Fair.

Harrisonburg Woman Drowns


A Harrisonburg woman is believed to have drown in the North River .

Bridgewater College Goes Green


Bridgewater College is turning in its familiar crimson and gold for green.

 

Death Investigated in Staunton


Virginia's State police are investigating the death of a woman found just outside of Staunton.

 

Ten Indictments In Murder for Hire Case


We told you yesterday that a Grottoes woman accused in a murder for hire plot was going before the grand jury.
 

Two Dead in Augusta County Crash


Two people are dead following a traffic crash in Augusta County.
 

Staunton Opens Charging Stations


Staunton will open its first electric car charging station this Wednesday 

School Board Interviews Candidates


Harrisonburg's School Board will be interviewing only two applicants for the vacant board seat vacated by Dany Fleming.

HIV Cases Up


Though the Shenandoah Valley is on pace to have one of its worst years in recent memory when it comes to HIV infections 
Bob McDonnell, Maureen McDonnell
Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell takes a moment while making a statement as his wife, Maureen, right, looks on during a news conference in Richmond, Va., Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. McDonnell and his wife were indicted Tuesday on corruption charges af

McDonnell's Wife Ask for Overturn


Wife of former Virginia governor asks that her public corruption convictions be overturned, saying trial was unfair. 
 

A Turkey of a Crash


State Police continue to investigate a crash Monday morning that left a truck on its side and turkey's loose on the side of I-81.

 

Union Bank Closing Branches


Despite a strong first quarter, Union Bank and Trust is closing some branches.

JMU Student Dies from Alcohol Poisoning


Several communities are mourning the loss of a JMU student who reportedly died of alcohol poisoning.

 

Grand Jury to Hear Bergen Case


The temperature could get turned up on the legal hot water a Grottoes woman accused of trying to have a half dozen people killed is in.
 

Gas Prices Rising


Crude oil prices are at their highest levels this year and gas prices here in the valley and around the state are on the rise.



 
 

Virginia Alcohol Agency's Arrest Powers Under Scrutiny


A Virginia alcohol-law enforcement agency 

Deputy's Name Released from Fatal Shooting


Frederick County's sheriff has identified a deputy who fatally shot a man while responding to a domestic situation.

 

 

Number, Size of Virginia Farms Decline


Federal statistics show the number and size of Virginia farms declined in 2014.

 


   

GOP Ahead in Cash


Newly filed finance reports show Virginia Republican state lawmakers have a large cash advantage

Fatal Churchville Fire Electrical


Accidental and electrical in nature.  That's what State Police say they have determined about a fatal house fire in Augusta County earlier this week.
 

Brainstorming at Hack A Thon


More than 60 students will have 26 hours to research,brainstorm ,prototype and pitch 

Ability Olympics Today


It is a special couple of days at JMU_It is called the Ability Olympics

Crash Closes Route 33


A crash that had Route 33 shut down outside Elkton involves as many as a half dozen vehicles

Churchville Fatal Fire at Home of Fireman


It's an extreme and twisted irony...yesterday's fatal fire in Augusta County took place at the home of a Firefighter.
 

Harrisonburg Man Faces Assault Charges


A Harrisonburg man is facing charges after allegedly assaulting police.
 

Two Killed in Churchville Fire


State Police are investigating a fire that killed two people in Augusta County.

 

Round About Construction Begins


Construction of Harrisonburg's second roundabout is about to begin.
 

Pipeline Opponents Take To TV


Those lined up against a proposed natural gas pipeline that would partially wind its way through Augusta and Nelson counties are launching the next phase of their media campaign.
 

Shen. County Says Use It or Loose It!


For the second year in a row, Shenandoah County's Board of Supervisors has decided to keep money the school's didn't spend, rather than return it to the division.

 

Mt. Jackson Approves Rezoning


Another step forward for a proposed industrial mega-site in Mount Jackson.

 

Love Honored with Historical Marker


A state historical marker will be dedicated this week in Harrisonburg in memory of a favorite son who was an African-American religious and educational leader.

 


 
 

Martin's Raising Pay


Looking for a new job? You may want to check with Martins.

 

School Budget Unveiled


The Harrisonburg city school budget presented by Superintendent Dr Scott Kizner to City Council last night are stark.

Veteran's Health Centers to be Built


 Two new veteran health centers will be built in the state without waiting for federal government funding.
 

Cemetary for Pets Too


With an eye on the bottom line, Elkton is considering allowing pets to be buried at the Elk Run Cemetery.
 

Police Ask for Public's Help in Burgalry


Police in Shenandoah and the Page County Sheriff's Office is hoping the public recognizes someone.
 

Trial for BC Student Delayed


For a 5th time, the case of a student accused of making an online threat at Bridgewater College has been delayed.
 

Medical Issue Caused Crash


Police are looking into the possibility that a medical issue is what caused a five car crash in Fishersville.
 

Body Found South of City


Death ruled suicide

Spotswood Principal Retiring


Rockingham County Schools are putting another help wanted sign in the window.
 

State Revenue Higher


Virginia's state revenues are higher

81 Re-Opens


Back-ups of more than ten miles on Interstate 81 
 

Hit and Run Investigation


The Staunton Police Department is asking the public's help as they try to identify a suspect involved in a hit and run.
 

Mount Clinton Pike Improvements



If you want to know what improvements are slated for Mt. Clinton Pike, Harrisonburg will fill you in next month.
 

Brush Fire Season


It's that time of year...brush fires.
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