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Forensic Tests Planned for Remains


Police say they have found human remains that could be those of a University of Virginia sophomore who has been missing since Sept. 13.

 

VA Tech President Wants Larger Endowment


Virginia Tech President Timothy Sands wants to double the school's $800 million endowment and make the university one of the top 100 world research institutions.

 
 

McAuliffe Heading to Asia


Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is embarking on his second international trade trip with scheduled stops in Japan, China and South Korea.

 

  

Gillespie Behind In Polls & Cash


Senate candidate Ed Gillespie is behind in the polls and campaign cash with little more than two weeks before Election Day in Virginia.

 

 

Body Found May Be Hannah Graham


Police say they have found human remains that could be those of a University of Virginia sophomore who has been missing since Sept. 13.

 

I-64 Police Shooting Investigated


Virginia State Police are investigating what led to a fatal officer-involved shooting that occurred during a traffic stop on Interstate 64.
 
 

Sentencing Delayed For Former First Lady


A federal judge has delayed the 2015 sentencing of former first lady Maureen McDonnell on nine public corruption convictions.
 
   

Senators Seek Answers


U.S. Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are asking Virginia hospital and health officials how prepared the state is to deal with any patients who have symptoms of Ebola.
 
 

Funding To Help Mental Health Services


More than $13 million in federal funding is headed to Virginia to improve mental health services for students and to expand school safety programs.
 
    

Shamrock Farms Officially Opens


It's now official! Shamrock Farms held its grand opening yesterday at its new Augusta County Milk Plant.

I-64 Shooting Investigated


State Police say they are still investigating after a trooper shot and killed a man during a traffic stop last night in Augusta County.

 
 

Rachel Good Remembered


As there continues to be significant media coverage of the Hannah Graham case, very little is ever mentioned about Rachel Good.
 

Gillespie Drops TV Ads


Virginia Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie is ditching television ads in the state with less than three weeks before Election Day.
 
  

Recognition For Quarry Rescue


The recent rescue at a Harrisonburg quarry has earned a firefighter a major recognition.
 

Using Social Media To Study Addictions



Can social media be used to help people overcome their addictions to drugs and alcohol?

Ammo Warehouse To Be Built


A warehouse that will be used for storing products including ammunition and firearms is in the works to be built in Afton.
 

State Will Close Cold Springs Work Center


Part of the budget cuts announced by Governor McAuliffe will have a direct impact on the valley.
 

Tenth Legion Drug Deal Gone Bad


It looks like a drug deal gone bad. That's what authorities are saying about a break-in and robbery at a home on Mountain Valley Road in 10th Legion early Sunday morning.
 

School Board Considers Transfer


Woodstock officials will be paying more attention than normal to the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors come November 25th.

Couple Skips Trial...Again


They didn't show up for previous hearings and a Waynesboro couple has now skipped their drug trial.
 

Human Trafficker In Court


Sentencing is expected today in Harrisonburg for a man Federal prosecutors say was a human trafficker.

 

Elkton Womans Legal Troubles Grow


The legal trouble is getting deeper for an Elkton woman charged in connection with an Augusta County murder.

 

Arrests for Drug Distribution


Waynesboro Police have arrested a pair of Albemarle County men on drug distribution charges as part of ongoing narcotics investigations.


 

One Person Injuied In Mount Crawford Crash


An accident this morning outside Mount Crawford sent one person to the hospital and has another facing charges.

 

 

Motorcycle Driver Killed In I-81 Crash


State Police are still investigating two crashes on I-81 in Shenandoah County this morning...the second one claiming a life.

 

 

Flood Watch Midnight until Noon Wednesday


A Flood Watch is in affect from Midnight tonight until 12 noon Wednesday

First Lady Seeks Later Sentencing


Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell is asking for a delay in her 2015 sentencing on nine public corruption convictions.

 
 

Warner & Gillespie Face Off


U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and his Republican challenger Ed Gillespie are set to square off in their final debate.

 

  

Governor Presents Energy Plan


Gov. Terry McAuliffe is formally rolling out his energy plan for Virginia.

 

 

Pipeline Petition Headed To Governor


Soon, the governor will be hearing from those trying to stop a natural gas pipeline from winding its way through Augusta County

 
 

Council To Consider Hotel & Conference Center


A very busy night on tap for Harrisonburg City Council.

 

 

New Woodstock Government Building


The Town of Woodstock could have a new space for town government and the police department soon.

 
 

Take A Bite Out Of.......


Police are supposed to take a bite out of crime, but what happens when someone takes a bite out of them?

 
 

Barnes & Noble Closing


The folks at Barnes and Noble have finally returned phone calls and are confirming what many already knew...their Harrisonburg store is closing.

 

Tenth Legion Robberies Investigated


Three people remain on the loose after a weekend robbery.

 

 

Street Closure


A reminder from the City of Harrisonburg...if Bruce Street is part of your regular commute, you'll need to find another way to go this week.

 

 

Gas Drop Continues


The party continues at the gas pumps.

 

 

Waynesboro Shoplifting


Waynesboro Police are asking for your help this morning.  They are trying to identify two people responsible for a shoplifting from a local convenience store earlier this month.

 
 

Charlottesville Hosts Film Festival


More than 100 films will be showcased during the 2014 Virginia Film Festival in Charlottesville.

 
 

Energy-savings sales tax holiday begins


 Virginia is holding its eighth annual sales-tax holiday on energy-efficient products.

 

  

Elkton Fatal Case Brings Fines...No Jail


Fines, but no jail time for an Elkton man charged in connection with a fatal accident.

 

 

Jail Time and Fines For Fishersville Man


Jail time and fines for a Fishersville man who made an ill-fated attempt to escape police.

 
 

Convience Store Case Hearing Set


No resolution in a civil case brought agains the owner of a local convenience store.

 

 

Waynesboro Drug Investigation Goes to Court


Two Waynesboro men caught up in a drug investigation look like they'll be going through through the courts separately.

 

 

Hershey Gets 600-Thousand From Augusta County


Augusta County can give a Hershey kiss goodbye to 600-thousand dollars.

 

 

Aerial Images Analyised


Analysts reviewed aerial images while about three dozen searchers looked for any trace of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.

 
 

JMU Police Expand Patrol


James Madison University to spread out and so could the jurisdiction of JMU Police.

 

 

Free Clinic Demands Increasing


The demand for services at the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Free Clinic keeps increasing and some help is on the way to help meet that demand. 

 

Man Accused of helping woman flee country


A Waynesboro businessman accused of helping a woman flee the country with her daughter so that she could avoid sharing custody with her former partner has been arraigned. 

 
 

ABC to visit JMU


The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control will start its college tour during National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week in Harrisonburg at James Madison University.