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Pet Licensing

Posted: 02/22/2006 - The Virginia Senate passed a bill Monday aimed at enforcing pet registration in the Commonwealth.

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JPJ Arena Close To Finished

Updated: 02/22/2006 - After nearly three years of construction, the John Paul Jones Arena is nearing the end of construction.

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Christopher Green Trial Underway

Updated: 02/22/2006 - The trial of an Albemarle County man accused of killing a Buckingham County teenager last year is underway.

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Group Rallies Against UVa Wages

Updated: 02/22/2006 - CORRECTION: A quote from Carol Wood was mis-transcribed in a previous version of this story. This version corrects that quote to read as stated by Ms. Wood. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

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Inside Blue Ridge Detention Center

Updated: 02/22/2006 - The teens accused of plotting to blow up two Albemarle County schools will be in juvenile court tomorrow for a hearing. Since their arrests, the kids have been held at the Blue Ridge Detention Center on Avon Street. Here is a rare inside look inside the facility.

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Infant Shots: Possibly Add Rotavirus Vaccine to List

Updated: 02/22/2006 - Millions of children could be adding a new vaccine to the already long list of shots they get as infants. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control is expected to decide whether infants should be vaccinated against Rotavirus.

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NAACP Celebrates Founder's Day

Posted: 02/21/2006 - The civil rights organization celebrated Founder's Day on Sunday with music, singing, and poetry. Local organizers praised the NAACP's accomplishments, but said more work lies ahead.

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New Piercing Regulations

Posted: 02/21/2006 - Tattoo artists have to go through an apprenticeship program and 1500 hours of training before they can work in a tattoo parlor, but body piercers in Virginia don't have to go through any training. In the coming weeks, though, that could change.

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Study Helps People Face Fears

Updated: 03/14/2006 - Anxiety disorders are one of the most common metal disorders that many people suffer from and that is the motivation behind two studies at the University of Virginia.

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Female President In 2008?

Updated: 02/22/2006 - The country will elect a new President in 2008, but could this be the year for the first ever female to take office?

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Weather And The Wineries

Updated: 02/22/2006 - Wine is important to Virginia, so when the weather goes through drastic changes, not only are the grape vines affected, but the entire wine industry as a whole.

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Transportation Divides the House and Senate

Updated: 02/21/2006 - Virginia's House and Senate have approved their own versions of the state budget, and the main difference in the two plans is the how they will come up with money for transportation.

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Sound Tests Measure Noise From Pavilion

Updated: 02/21/2006 - Officials with the Charlottesville Pavilion are looking at ways to lower some of the noise levels coming from the stage. This comes after they received over a dozen complaints from nearby residents last year.

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Salvation Army Fire

Updated: 02/22/2006 - The Salvation Army Thrift Store is closed and may stay so for the next several days following a fire Monday morning.

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Cashiers Not Looking At Credit Card Signatures

Updated: 04/05/2006 - Through technology, we no longer have to hand over a credit card for a cashier to swipe. But do the new credit card machines make it more convenient for the customer or easier for thieves to get away with your cash?

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Candidate's Forum

Updated: 02/21/2006 - Local candidates vying for the democrats' nomination to City Council participated in a public forum during the Charlottesville-Albemarle Democratic Breakfast Saturday morning.

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Booster Seats Reduce Children's Injuries

Updated: 04/05/2006 - The University of Virginia's Safe Kids said too many children are being severely injured during car crashes because they're not properly restrained.

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Atkins Meets City Council

Updated: 02/21/2006 - Friday's School Board-City Council Luncheon provided Rosa Atkins the opportunity to meet city officials, while hearing details about the school division's goals and objectives.

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New Study Casts Doubt on Calcium Pill Effectiveness

Updated: 02/21/2006 - Many people take calcium and vitamin D supplements to strengthen their bones, but now researchers have found those supplements may not help bone health as much as we first thought.

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