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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.
 

Meth Raid


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.

 

 

Unemployment 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

Virginia Lottery Numbers


These Virginia lotteries were drawn Tuesday:
     
 

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

Deadly Fire Ruled Accidental


"Accidental."  That's what State Police say about a fatal fire last week outside Staunton.

 

Authorities search for missing 5-year-old Virginia boy


More than 100 officers are participating in a search for a 5-year-old boy who disappeared from his home in Dublin.
 
  

Charlottesville Police Can't Confirm Rape


 Police say they cannot confirm that a gang rape described in a Rolling Stone article

Five of Ten for Attemped Murder


An Augusta County man will call the jail-house home for the next couple years

HPD Stats Released


The department issued a report today
 

Two of Ten to be Served



Punishment has been handed down to one of two Waynesboro men

Fire Victims Identified


We are learning the identities of two people killed in a house fire 

Lottery Numbers


These Virginia lotteries were drawn Sunday:
 

V DOT Plans Vigil


The Virginia Department of Transportation will hold the vigil on Wednesday 

Car Kills Man


A freak accident over the weekend claims the life of a local man.
 

Two Die in Swoope Fire


An early morning fire today destroyed a home on Deer Hill Lane in Swoope and killed two people.

Pipeline Cons and Pros



Around 100 concerned citizens filled the Stuarts Draft High School

Orkney Seeks Funds for Paid Firefighters


Money to pay for county Firefighters to man Orkney Springs Fire and Rescue

Third Fatal Crash in Rockingham County


A deadly streak continues on local roadways.
 
Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe

Governor Asking for ABC Investigation


Governor Terry McAuliffe is  calling for an investigation into the arrest of a college student
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

Would Be Testimony of Ex First Lady Released


A newly released court document describes what former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell would have said had she testified

Send Off Planned for Tourney Bound Dukes


The James Madison University women’s basketball Dukes will be departing for the NCAA Tournament Thursday

Virginia Lottery Numbers


Here are the winning numbers

Investing Millions for More Bars


AT&T says it has invested nearly $950 million

Bergen Case Certified to Grand Jury


The case against a Grottoes woman accused of trying hire someone to kill a half dozen people
 

Fewer Jobs In January


The new year brought fewer jobs

Roads Closed for Repairs


A pair of valley roads are getting ready to close.
 

Permit Granted for Pipeline Survey


The Forest Service is issuing a temporary special use permit
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