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Charlottesville's Amazing Race

Updated: 07/20/2006 - Nearly 100 middle school students were loose on the streets of Charlottesville balancing checkbooks and eating gelato.

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Oxygen Heals Wounds

Updated: 07/19/2006 - We need oxygen to survive, but inhaling it in it's purest form may have health benefits and healing that you can see right before your eyes.

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Life Without Air Conditioning

Updated: 07/20/2006 - Most people escaped the recent heatwave by staying indoors. However, some residents still don't have that luxury.

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Keeping Cool

Updated: 07/19/2006 - People did their best to stay cool on Tuesday, as temperatures soared.

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Louisa Man Charged in Pregnant Teen’s Murder

Updated: 07/20/2006 - After five years of searching for the person who killed a pregnant Fluvanna County teenager, sheriffs in Louisa County announce they’ve made an arrest and the victim's family says it's the person they suspected all along.

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Ethics Expert Talks About Stem Cell Debate

Updated: 07/20/2006 - To scientists, embryonic stem cells are just a tool to develop possible cures for diseases. Others believe stem cells are a human life.

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Cycling Styles

Updated: 07/19/2006 - It may be hot here, but that isn't stopping one the biggest bike races in the world.

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Beating the Heat

Updated: 07/19/2006 - With temperatures in the mid to upper 90's and a heat index much higher, people all around the area were trying to beat the heat.

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Investigation Into UVA Dean Continues

Updated: 07/19/2006 - Speculation continues tonight surrounding University of Virginia Dean Rick Turner's relationship with a known drug dealer.

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Working in the Heat

Updated: 07/19/2006 - The heat kept a lot of people indoors today, but some workers didn't have much of a choice. They spent most of the day battling the high temperatures.

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Kindergarten Camp

Updated: 07/19/2006 - The campers went over rules of the classroom, learned how to walk in a line, created camp t-shirts, and learned how to carry their lunch trays.

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Amber Alert Canceled, 2 Children Found

Updated: 07/17/2006 - The two children are back home in Madison County safe and sound after being missing for over 12 hours. Now one woman is being charged with two counts of kidnapping and abduction.

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Senator Allen Visits Albemarle County

Updated: 08/11/2006 - Senator George Allen joined residents and tourists at Monticello to help kick off a nationwide essay and poetry contest.

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Bike Rodeo In Charlottesville

Updated: 07/17/2006 - The agencies provided free helmets and door prizes to those attending. One lucky boy and girl walked away with a brand new bike as their prize.

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University of Virginia Dean Charged

Updated: 07/17/2006 - A respected dean at the University of Virginia has been put on administrative leave after he signed a diversion agreement with federal prosecutors.

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Gas Prices May be Rising

Updated: 07/17/2006 - With the conflict in the Middle East worsening, some experts worry gasoline prices will skyrocket in the near future.

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Middle East Fight Impacts Charlottesville

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Israel has tightened its seal on Lebanon after two of its soldiers were captured. People who know Israel say it's not the Israel they know.

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No Change to Code of Conduct

Updated: 07/14/2006 - Thursday night the Albemarle County School Board decided to wait until its August meeting to make a final decision on changes to the district's code of conduct.

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