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Sean Taylor Murder Suspects Will Not Face Death Penalty

Updated: 05/12/2008 - Prosecutors said Monday they will not seek the death penalty against four people charged with murdering Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor because the accused shooter was a minor when the crime was committed.

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Juveniles Arrested for Armed Robbery

Updated: 05/12/2008 - Albemarle County Police have arrested two juveniles for armed robbery. Police say the two showed a handgun as they robbed a man at an apartment complex on Pantops

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Students to Give Historic Gift

Posted: 05/12/2008 - Each year, the 5th Graders from Crozet Elementary give a parting gift to the school, and this year they're leaving behind a piece of history.

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Fire Destroys Wintergreen Home

Updated: 05/12/2008 - Wintergreen officials say lightning was to blame for a huge fire that destroyed a two-story home at the ski resort.

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Local Initiatives Battle Bullies

Updated: 05/11/2008 - Experts say the bullying problem is no better and no worse here in central Virginia than anywhere else. But they're taking extra steps: classes, counseling and outreach to make sure kids in the area are safe from the threat of bullies.

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Crozet Arts and Crafts Festival

Updated: 05/11/2008 - Hundreds of people braved the elements Sunday in Crozet to check out some arts and crafts.

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Postal Rate Hike Takes Effect

Updated: 05/12/2008 - It'll now cost you more to mail a letter. Monday, the U.S. Postal Service raised the price of a first-class stamp to 42 cents.

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Appalachian Trail Murderer Dies in Police Custody

Posted: 05/11/2008 - A man convicted of killing two hikers on the Appalachian Trail in 1981 and believed connected to the shooting of two people on the trail last week died while in custody Saturday night, Giles County police said.

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The Facts on Bullying

Updated: 05/10/2008 - A recent study shows that 30 percent of children are either bullies or victims of bullying by the time they reach the second grade. On Saturday, parents and teachers came out to Gordon Avenue Library to find out how to put a stop to bullying.

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Kaine Expected to Announce Plan For New Taxes

Updated: 05/11/2008 - Governor Tim Kaine is expected to announce a plan of new taxes to pay for new highway construction and the upkeep and repair of existing roads on Monday.

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Va. Troops Come Home

Updated: 05/10/2008 - The Virginia National Guard says about 350 soldiers from Hampton Roads are returning home from service in the Middle East.

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Torch Relay Stops in Charlottesville

Updated: 05/10/2008 - After holding rallies in Richmond, Norfolk and Washington, D.C. last month the Human Rights Torch Relay came to City Hall in Charlottesville.

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Concerns Over Late Cancellation of Concert After Tornado Warning

Updated: 05/10/2008 - Rain, lightning and thunder ripped through the area Thursday night, producing prime conditions for a tornado. At 8:35 p.m. the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Albemarle County and Charlottesville, but a concert at the pavilion wasn't canceled until almost an hour later.

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Free Fishing in Virginia

Posted: 05/09/2008 - Virginia will allow anglers to fish without a license for three days in June

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