Posts Tagged Shenandoah National Park

UVA’s Innocence Project Calls on FBI to Take Another Look at 25-Year-Old Cold Case

Julie Williams and Lollie Winans (Credit: FBI)

It’s been 25 years since two women were found dead at their Shenandoah National Park campsite. Now, the FBI has put up posters, hoping to generate new leads, but the Innocence Project in Charlottesville has another idea. Sandy Hausman reports.

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So… When Will Those Fall Colors Peak?

Autumn Colors

Early in October, a maple leaf shows fall color, on a tree that has already changed for the season. (Credit: Mike Tripp)

Some of the heaviest traffic on Skyline Drive through Shenandoah National Park happens around this time of year, when the leaves begin to turn. But the colors are a little later this fall. Mike Tripp from partner station WMRA took a short hike to find out why.

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