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12:46 pm
Wed February 11, 2015

How (Cyber) Secure Are You? Protecting Personal Info

Edna Reid is an associate professor of Intelligence Analysis at James Madison University.
Credit Kara Lofton

It's a topic more and more in the news—cyber security.

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Disagreement Over Provisions
12:11 pm
Mon February 9, 2015

General Assembly Takes on Campus Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is an issue getting some attention in this session of Virginia’s General Assembly.

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Visits EMU
12:25 pm
Sun February 8, 2015

Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee Raises Ebola Awareness

2011 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and activist Leymah Gbowee helps raise awareness about Ebola in Africa
Kara Lofton

Saturday night, Nobel Peace laureate Leymah Gbowee visited her alma mater, Eastern Mennonite University, to support an Ebola fundraiser organized by EMU’s International Student Organization.

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The Spark
6:20 pm
Fri February 6, 2015

Ordering The Urban

Next Time on The Spark: Martha speaks with Thanh Dang, Harrisonburg’s Transportation and Environmental Planning Manager. She loves her job, she says, because she likes to make things work better in her town.

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Virginia Insight
4:00 pm
Thu February 5, 2015

Beginning Bias Early

How young were you when you first began to notice that some people looked different than you?

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WMRA News
5:14 am
Thu February 5, 2015

Harrisonburg / Rockingham to Join Regional Jail Authority

Augusta County Administrator Pat Coffield explains the deal to add Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg to the Middle River Regional Jail Authority at a press conference.
Andrew Jenner

Scratch that $63 million jail that Harrisonburg and Rockingham County recently told the state they’d like to build.

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Hemp, the Great Unifier
12:49 pm
Wed February 4, 2015

Hemp Issue Brings General Assembly Together

Public testimony at a committee hearing on the Virginia Industrial Hemp Farming Act included some hemp product show-and-tell.
Andrew Jenner

When it comes to food and farming, old is new these days; it's hard to find a seed catalog that isn't filled with heirloom crops that are all the rage again.

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Virginia Insight
4:00 pm
Mon February 2, 2015

The Right Moves

Brian Lambert thinks it may have been back in Kindergarten that you learned behaviors causing you pain today.

The longtime physical therapy specialist says the good news is, if you’re suffering most any kind of back, neck, leg, or other dysfunctional pain as a result, there are simple exercises that can begin to put things right.

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Drive-by Doctor
1:58 pm
Mon February 2, 2015

"Country Doctor of the Year" Takes His Clinic to the Truck Stop

Dr. Rob Marsh, 2014 "Country Doctor of the Year," at his clinic at White's Travel Center, in Raphine, just off Interstate 81.
Luanne Austin

This week, a primary care physician in our area will receive the 2014 Country Doctor of the Year award.

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Proposed Pipeline Legislation
12:49 pm
Mon February 2, 2015

Pipeline Controversy Heads to the General Assembly

Republican Del. Dickie Bell, Staunton
Courtesy Delegate Bell

Many residents in the path of the proposed Dominion natural-gas pipeline say that they are not being heard when they raise concerns about its effect on their property.

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