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Absentee Vote on Saturday
Virginia voters eligible to vote absentee can cast their ballots in person the next two Saturdays.

Remains Found Are Hannah Graham
 Authorities say remains found Oct. 18 in a rural area are that of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Construction Accident
A worker was injuried this afternoon when he fell some 30 feet on a construction site in the Blue Stone Hills subdivision this afternoon.
Sugar Grove Prison?
As nearby Pendleton County residents brace for life after Sugar Grove Naval Base, are they ready for life after a new prison opens?

Who's Hungry May Surprise You
The face of hunger may not look like you think.

Sheriff Ask For Prayers
Page County Sheriff John Thomas is asking everyone to keep the family of Joy Schultz in their prayers.

Suit Filed Against Dominion Pipeline
Another roadblock for Dominion Powers effort to build a natural gas pipeline through Virginia.

Student Caused Bridgewater College Threat
It was a student that caused this weeks semi-lock down at Bridgewater College.

Investigation Continues in Page Woman's Murder
Authorities in both Page and Rockingham County are working on the Joy Shultz investigation.

Governor Still Paying Off Campaign Debt
Gov. Terry McAuliffe is continuing to pay off campaign debt from last year's expensive gubernatorial contest.
Eagle from Wildlife Center Released
The Wildlife Center of Virginia is set to release a bald eagle at Kiptopeke State Park in Cape Charles.
Drivers Watch for Distracted Deer
Motorists are being urged to stay focused and alert as deer mating season is creating deadly road hazards in Virginia.
Staunton Police Ask For Help In Burglary Investigation
Maybe you know least Staunton Police hope so.
Body Believed To Be Missing Page Woman
We are expecting more information today on the case of a missing Page County woman.
Arrest In Bridgewater College Threat
A sigh of relief and an arrest.
Search to Resume for Alexis Murphy
Authorities plan to resume a search for the remains of a Virginia teenager who disappeared last year.

New Market Asks...How many is too many???
On yard sale is fine, two are okay, but a third in a year is one too many in New Market.

Dennis Burnett Remembered
Dennis Burnett, the sunny, all-smiles, friendly and outgoing executive director of the Shenandoah Valley Partnership, a position he took over on September 1, 2013, and former Economic Director for Augusta County, Virginia, has passed away from a brain aneurysm. 
More Porn Charges
Child porn charges are piling up against an Elkton man.


Crash Kills Stanardsville Woman
Charges are pending after an accident claimed the life of a Stanardsville woman.