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Redskins Move Forward In Name Case
 A judge is allowing the Washington Redskins to move ahead with a lawsuit seeking to overturn a cancellation of the team's trademark.

 

    
Warrant reveals Harrington case DNA link
A search warrant says DNA on a shirt and a cigar butt linked the suspect in a University of Virginia student's disappearance to the death of another young woman five years ago.

 

    
Gas Bills Drop
An early Christmas gift from Columbia Gas.

 
 
DUI Charges After Night Of Crashes
A drunken night of bumper cars will cost an Afton man some freedom and some dollars.

 

 
Bank Robbery Case Won't Go To Trial
A man accused of robbing a pair of area banks has avoided trial by admitting to the hold-up.

 

 
Church Secretary Court Date
Another court date, another hearing, but still no resolution in the case of a former church secretary in Luray accused of  embezzlement.

 

 
Western District Attorney Resigns
This side of Virginia's top cop is calling it quits.

 

 
Are Virginian's Miserable
As Triple-A predicts more than a million Virginian's will travel for the Thanksgiving Holiday, a new study suggests we all travel out of the state.

 
Charges Against Broadway Woman Continued
Less than half the charges filed against the former president of a Broadway homeowner's association are moving forward.

 
Shenandoah County Shooting Investigated
The Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a woman is found shot in the head Sunday.

 
Dominion Ask Lawsuit be Dropped
Dominion Transmission is seeking the dismissal of a federal lawsuit challenging the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
 
 
Gas Prices Continue to Drop
We can look back at gas prices from a year ago fondly...not because they were good, but because were are paying so much less now.

 
Waynesboro Struggles with Foreclosures
One city in the valley is struggling more than most with foreclosures.

 
Waynesboro Couple Charged with Forgery
Cops say a Waynesboro couple were involved in a check forgery scheme that bilked two dozen people out of approximately $7,200.

 
Strasburg's First Bank Expanding
It may be tougher finding a Bank of America branch in the Valley.

 
Bryce Opens for Sking
Bryce Resort in Basye is getting ready to open this weekend...the earliest opening ever of their slopes.

 
Graham's Death Ruled Homicide
Authorities have ruled the death of a University of Virginia student a homicide.

 

     
McAuliffe touts Va. film incentive program
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says spending by the film industry increased 16 percent last year compared to 2012.

 
 
60 Days for Shooting
A 60-day sentence for a Fulk's Run man accused in what he says was an accidental shooting.

 
 
Guilty Plea From Mother
A guilty plea is now expected from a local woman accused in the death of a child.