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Suspected Shooter Arrested

Updated: 10/05/2006 - A Massachusetts man was behind bars Friday night after Orange County Sheriffs arrested him. He's accused of shooting a Northern Virginia police officer late Thursday night.

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Stores Pull Spinach Off Shelves

Updated: 12/28/2006 - The Food and Drug Administration only warns against bagged spinach, but local grocery stores are pulling both bagged and loose spinach from the shelves. It's even being pulled from salad bars.

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Homecoming Means Big Business

Updated: 10/05/2006 - The annual tradition of homecoming at UVa means fun for many and a shot in the arm for local business.

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Bigger UVa Homecoming

Updated: 10/05/2006 - Charlottesville will host thousands of guests for UVa's homecoming game and this year there are some new surprises.

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Wal-Mart is Coming to Town

Updated: 10/05/2006 - If you're craving more shopping opportunities at bargain prices, we've got some good news for you. A big name discount store plans to move into Louisa County.

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Charlottesville Gas Prices Well Above State Average

Updated: 10/05/2006 - It's a phenomenon many people are talking about. Go 30 miles west or south and gas prices can differ by $.20 or $.30. This is a price difference that has people wondering where's the relief.

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Webb and Allen Criticized

Updated: 10/05/2006 - Both Republican and Democratic leaders running for Virginia's Senate seat are facing more opposition, and one candidate is even apologizing.

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Six Months and Still No Arrest

Updated: 10/05/2006 - It’s been six months since a teenager was shot and killed in Charlottesville, and still, there has been no arrest in the case.

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Spike In Crime In Areas Near UVa

Updated: 10/05/2006 - A spike in crime has police stepping up security measures in some areas near the University of Virginia.

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South Lawn Project Examined

Updated: 10/05/2006 - UVa officials go before the Charlottesville City Planning Commission tonight to show off the plans for the South Lawn Project.

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Changes for Fans Entering Scott Stadium

Updated: 10/05/2006 - After suffering through some longer than normal delays to enter Scott Stadium on Saturday, UVa officials are making some changes.

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CARS Fund Drive

Updated: 10/05/2006 - The annual fund drive for the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad is now underway.

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New Poll Favors Warner for President

Updated: 10/05/2006 - A new Mason-Dixon poll shows more Virginians support former Governor Mark Warner for President than do Senator George Allen.

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Battle Continues Over Planned Parenthood Permit

Updated: 10/05/2006 - Planned Parenthood has come under attack yet again, this time by residents of the surrounding neighborhoods. However, it's not the issue of abortion they're against, they say the facility is not in regulation with the county zoning laws.

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Students Object to Facebook Changes

Updated: 09/27/2006 - Thousands of users of the social networking website Facebook were calling for a boycott of the site on Tuesday. That boycott didn't materialize, but there is still a controversy brewing.

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Meningitis Kills UVa Student

Updated: 10/05/2006 - 21-year-old Jennifer Leigh Wells died last weekend from a form of meningitis. Now, UVa officials are trying to make sure more cases do not pop up.

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POW/MIA Vigil

Updated: 10/05/2006 - Just one day after September 11th, students at the University of Virginia are remember prisinors of war and those missing in action.

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Pentagon Remembers 9/11 Victims

Updated: 09/27/2006 - In a somber ceremony, family and friends of victims killed in the Pentagon on September 11, 2001 gathered to remember their fallen heroes.

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Charlottesville Remembers 9/11 With Concert

Updated: 09/26/2006 - In an effort to offer a way for the community to come together to remember 9/11 and promote a future of peace and hope, Charlottesville hosted the first ever September Peace Concert.

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Local Firefighters Remember 9/11

Updated: 09/26/2006 - Charlottesville firefighter and Scottsville Fire Chief Timmy Cersley was one of a handful of local firefighters who traveled to Ground Zero about a month after the terror attacks to stand side by side with his fellow brethren, paying their last respects.

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