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Murder Trial Underway


Today marks day four of the Nicholas Thiel murder trial in Harrisonburg...it also marks the chance for the defense to finish making its case.
 

Social Services Deleted Emails


We didn't take your call before, but we will now.
 

Augusta Voting Precincts Must Be More Accessible


The U.S. Department of Justice has told Augusta County it needs to make the vast majority of its voting precincts more accessible to voters with disabilities.
 
 

Woman Charged in 20 Year Old Rape Case


On the heals of an arrest in a more than 30-year old murder, the Augusta County Sheriff's Office has charged a woman with more than 20-year old rape.
 

Supervisors Visit Schools


Rockingham County's Board of Supervisors is getting a first hand look at the school system they fund and the school's they'll be spending big bucks on in the near future.

 

30 Year Old Murder Case Solved


We'll learn more later this morning as authorities are saying that a 30-year old murder case has been solved.

 

Dayton Woman Steals Cab


Police say a Dayton woman didn't ride in a cab, she stole it and drove it.
 

Augusta Courthouse on Endangered List


Sweet Briar College grabbed the headlines, but a local courthouse also named one of Virginia's most endangered historic places.
 

Stuarts Draft Man Charged with Malicious Wounding


A Stuarts Draft man has been charged with malicious wounding after he brutally assaulted hi ex girlfriend last Thursday.

Missing Teen Home Safe


While there are not a whole lot of details, we can tell you a missing Augusta County teen is back home.
 

Town Hall for Third Winchester


The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation is holding a town hall meeting to discuss current and future projects at the Third Winchester battlefield park.
 

Sweet Briar Endangered


Sweet Briar College is among Virginia's most endangered historic places, according to a preservation group.
 

Bridgewater Graduates 361


Bridgewater College's former President urged graduating seniors at the school to retain, nurture and strengthen their core values.
 

Arrested for Striking Deputy


 

The search is over for a Georgia man accused of hitting a Shenandoah County Sheriff's Deputy with his car.
 

Stun Gun Attack


A Waynesboro woman suffers burns to her legs after being robbed with a stun-gun.

 

Kid Friendly Trail in SNP


Shenandoah National Park is establishing a second kid-friendly trail.
 

Housing Market Hot



The local housing market remains hot.
 

Court Records Indicate Name



A published report says court records identify the defendant who obtained a jury pool list
Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe

McAuliffe pardons man wrongly convicted of attempted rape


Gov. Terry McAuliffe has pardoned a Virginia man who has spent 29 years in prison for an attempted rape that Richmond's chief prosecutor and others say he didn't commit.
 

Virginia's April revenues up more than 10 percent from 2014


Gov. Terry McAuliffe says Virginia's state revenues in April increased by more than 10 percent from a year ago.
 

Humpback Rocks Picnic Area Closed


Planning a weekend picnic? You'll need to find someplace other than the Humpback Rocks Picnic Area on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Lawsuit over Power Line


Already under fire for a proposed natural gas pipeline, now Dominion is being sued over power lines.
 

Lawsuit over Rolling Stone Article


 A University of Virginia associate dean is seeking more than $7.5 million from Rolling Stone magazine in a defamation lawsuit stemming from a debunked account of an alleged gang rape on campus.
 

Fire at Recycling Facility


Generally, the folks at Shenandoah Waste Services in Page County are recycling trash, yesterday it looked like they were burning it.
 

VMI Investigates Threats


VMI's campus cops are investigating several social media post containing threatening language.

3 Months for Stabbing



Three months in jail for a Staunton resident accused of stabbing another man a half dozen times.
 

State's Business Rating Falls


Virginia used to tout itself as the number 1 state for business.  Not anymore.
 

Indictment Handed Down in Molestation Case


An indictment handed down and a jury trial scheduled for a Churchville man accused of molesting a young girl.
 

Gas Hits 2015 High


You've never paid more this year than right now for gas.
 

Quick Trial Dismisses Early


The jury in the Kevin Quick murder trial was dismissed shortly before noon yesterday 

Attempted Break In Leads to Shooting


The Sheriff's Office says about 8-last night a man encountered another man on the front porch of his home in the 18-thousand block of Mt. Pleasant Road.

Gas Line Survey Cleared by Forest Service


The Forest Service is giving the green light to surveying in the George Washington National Forest for a proposed natural gas pipeline.

 
 

Loved JMU Coach Passes


One of the truly great leaders in womens athletics for half a century Dr Leotus Morrison ,has passed away at Sunnyside Retirement Community

Two Assaults in One Day


A Waynesboro man may have just lost his bid for boyfriend of the year.
 

New Trial Date for Beating


A man involved in what police called a "savage beating" has a new court date.
 

New Principals for County Schools


Two incoming principals in Rockingham County for the next school year.
 

More Projects on Dominion's Agenda


The controversial Atlantic Coast Pipeline is far from the only thing Dominion has planned.
 

Canine Officer Dies


In Shenandoah County, the Sheriff's Office is looking into what at this point is the rather mysterious death of a K-9 officer.
 

Capital Murder Charge for Matthew


The man charged with abducting and killing a University of Virginia student has been charged with capital murder and now faces the prospect of the death penalty.

 


 

   

Strong Season Predicted for Strawberry Growers


The Virginia Department of Agriculture reports today that strawberry growers anticipate a strong season for fresh, 

School Board Sets Meeting on New Member


Harrisonburg will have a new School Board member May 14th.



 

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Single Family Homes Top Sales


Local Realtor Scott Rogers is giving us a sneak peak at the April real-estate market report.

 

 

Strawberry Patch Ends Operation


A right of summer is no more in Augusta County.

 

JMU Unveils New Convo Plans


Complete with a virtual tour, James Madison University has unveiled plans for a new Convocation Center.
 

Woman found guilty of harassing convicted sex offender


A Front Royal woman faces a $1,500 fine after being found guilty of harassing a convicted sex offender.
 

Chimney Fire Season


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

 
 

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.  

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.
 
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