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STAUNTON, Va. (AP) A wayward sport utility vehicle has halted the Shenandoah Valley Railroad's train traffic for at least a day. Authorities say the driver nodded off while driving on U.S. 11 and the vehicle went across the highway, stopping on the railroad tracks.

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Jury selection is underway in Richmond in the racketeering trial of five current or former motorcycle gang members, including the national president of the Outlaws. The trial is the second for Outlaws president Jack Rosga of Milwaukee.

EDINBURG, Va. (AP) Shenandoah Telecommunications says it's acquired two cable systems in West Virginia and Maryland from Suddenlink Communications. The Edinburg-based holding company announced today in a news release that it has closed on the deal. Terms were not disclosed.

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