- As the Boy Scout Jamboree continues at Fort AP Hill in Virginia, family members of the victims from Monday's horrible accident that claimed the lives of four Boy Scout leaders are trying to come to grips with the tragedy.
- With the speed limit along U.S. Route 29 set to increase from 55 to 60 miles per hour, police want motorists to expect a change in their traffic flow, but they also want those motorists to know this isn't a pass to speed.
- Nearly every store in town is onboard with the anti-smoking effort, by enforcing the laws banning tobacco sales to minors, but the laws are being threatened by sales over the internet.
- Scorching heat can lead to a variety of heat-related illnesses, from nausea to dizziness. The National Weather Service is predicting high heat and humidity over the next few days and advising people to stay cool.