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Eight Hour Cleanup for Tractor Trailer Crash
In all, it took about eight and a half hours for Hazmat workers to clear that tractor trailer
Harrisonburg Police are still investigating after shots were fired in the city.
Extension for Education Act
Virginia has received a four year extension of their Elementary and Secondary Education Act
Crews had a mess on their hands Tuesday morning when a truck overturned in Harrisonburg.
Search Continues for Shooter
Staunton Police are hoping the public can come up with some leads on a shooting.
Hearing on New Elementary Next Week
The Harrisonburg School Board's efforts to build a new elementary school will attempt to clear a major hurdle next week.
Not every arrest is the biggest, but some certainly entertain law enforcement.
Women's Prison Proposed for Sugar Grove
The latest pitch on the soon to be closed Sugar Grove Naval Base
Rock Street Work Planned
Here's a traffic tip: avoid the Rock Street Bridge
High College Credits
Virginia again boasts the nation's third highest percentage of public high school seniors qualifying for college credit on Advanced Placement exams.
Virginia Governor Blasted by ACLU
A civil liberties group is blasting Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe for trying to amend legislation aimed at protecting personal privacy.
Man Charged with Construction Fraud
A Port Republic man is facing 22-charges
County attorney seeks to block Sweet Briar closure
The Amherst County attorney is asking a judge to block the closing of Sweet Briar College and remove its president and board of directors.
Virginia Lottery Numbers from Monday
These Virginia lotteries were drawn Monday
Fire Destroys Broadway Businesses
The search for a cause is on.
Special Meeting for School Chairman Tuesday
As a petition circulates to re-instate former Harrisonburg School Board Chairman Danny Fleming, work to fill the seat in another manner is also going on.
Home Sales Positive
We still have another few days when March 2015 home sales will be reported
Library of Congress acquires rare trove of Civil War images
A Houston housewife who has quietly collected rare Civil War images for 50 years has sold more than 500 early photographs to the Library of Congress.
Arrested for Stealing from Employer
A Waynesboro woman is accused of stealing from her employer nearly six dozen times.
16 Year Old Killed in Plane Crash
Virginia State Police say a 16-year-old pilot died after a small plane crashed
Events set to commemorate the 1865 fall of Richmond
Events are scheduled for April to commemorate the 1865 fall of Richmond.
Charges Placed in Clover Hill Road Crash
Charges have been filed against the Staunton woman
Park Service After Drunk Drivers
The National Park Service is cracking down on drunk driving.
STD'S on the Rise
The latest health report shows an uptick in the number of sexually transmitted diseases
Fleming Officially Resigns
It is official. Dany Fleming has resigned from the Harrisonburg School Board effective April 2nd.
Petition Circulating for School Board Chairman
Dany Fleming's absence from the Harrisonburg School Board will not be a long one if some folks in the city have their way.
Father & Son Closer to Trial
A father and son are a step closer to trial for allegedly killing a Page County woman.
Police have raided what they believe is a meth lab off Route 11 North of Harrisonburg.
Jail for Car Dealer
A Harrisonburg used car dealer will spend a year in jail
Virginia Lottery Numbers
These Virginia lotteries were drawn Thursday:
Charge Dropped and Added
One charge filed against the suspect in the slaying of a University of Virginia student
Missing Boys Body Found in Septic Tank
The body of a 5-year-old Virginia boy who had been missing since Sunday has been found in a septic tank near his home.
Sex Offender Captured After 4 Hour Escape
Authorities have captured a convicted sex offender who escaped for four hours
Water Quality Improves According to Report
Recent water quality monitoring conducted by The Department of Environmental Quality in the South Fork of the Shenandoah River showed significant water quality improvement.
Mt. Jackson Mega-site Opposed
Mt. Jackson town residents have some strong feelings about a potential industrial megasite
Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe
Governor Orders ABC Agents Retrained
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is ordering Alcoholic Beverage Control agents to be retrained
Morrissey to Run for Senate
A disgraced lawmaker who was jailed for a sex scandal involving a teenager has vacated his seat in the House of Delegates to run for the state Senate.
Tuition Raise at UVA
The cost to attend the University of Virginia is going up.
January was not a good month for the local unemployment rate.
Alfred Plea in Augusta County Murder Trial
An Elkton woman has avoided a trial, but not jail for her part in an Augusta County murder.
Health Ratings for Valley Good
Your health could depend on where you live here in the valley.
Court Date for County Shooting Case
A trial has been set for a Rockingham County man accused of shooting at his wife and another man.
Delays for Pipeline
A legal snag for the companies that want to build a natural gas pipeline that would run through Augusta and Nelson counties.
Opposition To New Staunton School
Not everyone is on board with building a new high school in Staunton.
Skyline Drive Rock Slide
A section of Skyline Drive is open again after a major rock slide.
School Chair Will Step Down
It may not matter what City Council decides in the school board situation.
Can Cellphone Bills be used against Him
A judge has not immediately ruled on arguments from a Waynesboro businessman accused of helping a woman leave the country with her daughter during a custody dispute.
New Barbecue Restaurant to Open
A new Barbecue restaurant will be opening next month
Slow Poisoning Suspected
Was a Woodstock man slowly poisoning his wife? Possibly, according to the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office.
School Boards wants wards eliminated
While not united, Harrisonburg's School Board will ask City Council to eliminate the east and west wards