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Steve Waters
It's hard to believe I'm back where it all started! I grew up in Northern Virginia and began my broadcast career at WFLS more than 14 years ago. swaters@wfls.com


Jessica Cash
Yes, I really am a farmer’s daughter.  I grew up on a dairy farm in Paynesville, Minnesota.  I have had an opportunity to live and explore some great cities, thanks to radio.  jcash@wfls.com


 


Posts from April 2013
by Bob Martin -The Free Lance-Star posted Apr 30 2013 6:42AM
 
VDOT safety patrol workers (left) walk past a driver's cab and a horse trailer that crashed into a VDOT camera pole at the Massaponax exit (126 mile marker) on Tuesday morning, April 30, 2013. The accident was in the southbound lanes. The driver and a passenger were transported to a hospital. A single horse in the trailer was picked up and taken to another location. (ROBERT A. MARTIN / THE FREE LANCE-STAR)
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by Deirdre Blake posted Apr 29 2013 6:56PM
If you bought a new Subaru this year, there could be some bad news. It is recalling just over 10,000, 2014 Forester wagons because the floor mats can get in the way of the clutch, brake or gas pedals. 
Chris Heck with the Service Department of Ultimate Buick GMC Subaru in Fredericksburg says you will be notified by mail.
The fixes for a recalled issue are almost always covered under your manufacturer's warranty. If it takes a few days to fix the problem, the manufacturer will often provide a loaner or rental car.
Heck says never ignore a recall notice. They are almost always issued for a safety concern and it has to affect more than 13% of people that own a model with that issue. Not fixing the problem could lead to you or your family getting injured, down the road. 
 
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by Deirdre Blake posted Apr 29 2013 6:53PM
Stonewall Jackson's famous flank attack 150 years ago will be a part of the Battle of Chancellorsville re-enactment this Saturday.
Terry Dougherty, Director of the Spotsylvania County Museum says they will also have events on Sunday. More than 4,000 troops will be on hand Saturday and living history interpreters will be speaking at encampments both days. There will also be a craft fair, pony rides, living history interpreters and more.
Dougherty says free shuttles will run from Chancellor and Spotsylvania High schools and several other locations.
 
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