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Orange Manslaughter Suspect Convicted

Updated: 04/11/2008 - A jury has found Charles Washington guilty of involuntary manslaughter. He was accused of killing a woman by hitting her in the head with a child's scooter.

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Albemarle Co. Police Crack Down on Speeding

Updated: 04/11/2008 - Albemarle County Police issued more than 100 tickets to drivers on Thursday during a traffic enforcement operation addressing unsafe driving.

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Aging Successfully

Updated: 04/10/2008 - People are living a lot longer these days, so the Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce hosted a conference on successful aging.

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Loose Bridge Joint Closes I-64 Lane

Posted: 04/10/2008 - A severe pothole loosened a metal joint on the east end of the Mechums River Bridge on Interstate 64. The right eastbound lane near mile marker 110 will be closed as crews repair the joint

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Kids Appreciate Music At Spring Band Camp

Posted: 04/10/2008 - A week long Spring String Band Camp at the 214 Community Arts Center is helping local kids share their love of music. The group of both young and old is strung together by one common interest.

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Local Docs: Third Mumps Shot Not Necessary

Updated: 04/10/2008 - Before kids in Virginia can go to school they have to get two vaccinations against the mumps; it's been state law for almost 20 years. Now a new study from the Centers for Disease Control is looking at changing that.

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Some Items Returned From Massive Burglary

Updated: 04/09/2008 - Wednesday afternoon dozens of burglary victims sifted though hundreds of stolen items at the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office. The goods were recovered after a raid on home last week.

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Charlottesville Goes Fishing With School Kids

Updated: 04/09/2008 - The city of Charlottesville teamed up with some out-of-towners Wednesday for a lesson in fishing. Together the city and Americorps volunteers took about 20 school children to Darden Towe Park to cast their lines.

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Charlottesville Officials Pass Building Height Limit

Posted: 04/09/2008 - The downtown Charlottesville sky-line won't be seeing any drastic changes anytime soon. Tuesday night city officials passed a motion which says new buildings in downtown Charlottesville can't be taller than 50-feet.

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