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C'ville CIty Council Seeks Citizen Input

Updated: 01/23/2008 - If you have an opinion about how the city of Charlottesville should be run the City Council wants to hear from you. In fact, they've made it easier for your voice to be heard.

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State Corporation Commission Allows New E-Filing

Posted: 01/22/2008 - The State Corporation Commission is changing the way documents can be filed with the regulatory panel. The SCC is allowing documents to be filed electronically. The new e-filing procedure takes effect February 15th.

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Yahoo! Poised To Layoff Hundreds

Updated: 01/22/2008 - According to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal Yahoo is preparing to lay off hundreds of their employees as part of cost cutting plans.

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Tougher Ethics Laws Pass In House Of Delegates

Posted: 01/22/2008 - A floor amendment for stricter ethics reform in the Virginia General Assembly offered by House Minority Leader Ward Armstrong received bi-partisan support and passed overwhelmingly in the House of Delgates.

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Feds Cut Rates; Stocks Plummet

Updated: 01/22/2008 - Despite a 3/4 interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve, the Dow Industrials lost more than 400 points as the markets opened

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Dementia Traning Session

Posted: 01/22/2008 - Every 72 seconds a new case of dementia is diagnosed. Right now there are about 5 million people in the United States living with the disease.

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Protestors Take Over Capitol Grounds

Updated: 01/22/2008 - State lawmakers got an earful Monday as family and friends of the Virginia Tech shooting victims spoke out about a gun loophole they'd like to see closed. Meanwhile, Second Amendment advocates marched in counter-protest.

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UVa Leads Top Universities In Number of First Year Black Students

Updated: 01/21/2008 - Black students made up 11.4% of this year's entering class at the University of Virginia, tying Columbia University for first place among the nation's top-rated universities in a ranking published by the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education this month.

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GA Considers Teacher Sex Conviction Bill

Posted: 01/21/2008 - The General Assembly is considering tightening the state's education licensure system to ensure that teachers who sexually abuse children aren't allowed to return to the classroom, perhaps in another jurisdiction, to repeat their crimes.

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