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Relief for Downtown Motorists

Updated: 11/16/2005 - West Main Street is one of the busiest streets in Charlottesville, and now the city's trying to fix the problem. They're starting to apply a new project called the Intelligent Transportation System.

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Senior Center Crafts Sale Underway

Updated: 11/16/2005 - The 14th annual Senior Center Crafts sale is underway. Each year, Senior Center residents spend hours crafting unique items to sell.

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Stepping Stones Report Finds Education Improvements

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Students in our area are doing better in school and now more are staying out of trouble. That's according to the Stepping Stones report that was released by the Charlottesville-Albemarle Commission on Children and Families.

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Inside the Mind of a Serial Predator

Updated: 02/06/2006 - The nation's best FBI and geographic profilers have been called in to help local police in their hunt for the Charlottesville serial rapist. These profilers have helped police narrow their search for this dangerous serial predator.

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World War II Veterans Share Experiences

Updated: 11/11/2005 - In order to get peace, many people fought, and died in past wars. To celebrate Veteran's Day, a few talked with us about what it means to them.

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Governor's Race Analysis

Updated: 12/06/2005 - Just two days after the election for the Governor of Virginia, the Center for Politics hosted an analysis luncheon. The host, Larry Sabato said both candidates made good and bad political moves during the campaign.

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Preliminary Hearing for UVA Professor

Updated: 11/11/2005 - A University of Virginia professor who is accused of allegedly trying to run over a student with his car will appear in court Thursday morning.

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Verdict in Arson Murder Trial

Updated: 11/11/2005 - A verdict was handed down in the trial of a teen accused of murdering a Crozet mother and her child.

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The Hunt for the Serial Rapist

Updated: 02/06/2006 - Since 1997 the Charlottesville serial rapist has struck again and again and each time he has managed to elude police. Are they any closer to catching this brutal predator? And what will it take to find justice for his victims?

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Change In Paying Property Taxes

Updated: 11/11/2005 - Albemarle County is changing the way it collects property taxes and those changes will affect homeowners.

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Could Wins Create Momentum for Democrats?

Updated: 11/11/2005 - With both gubernatorial races in the US going to the Democrats in Campaign 2005, some are wondering what this all means for future elections.

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How Will School Board Be Elected?

Updated: 11/11/2005 - Charlottesville now has say when it comes to representation on the city school board, but when will it happen, and how?

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Officials Unhappy With Voter Turnout

Updated: 12/06/2005 - The city of Charlottesville's voting officials hoped for at least 50 percent of voter turnout, but they didn't reach their goal.

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Local Democrats Both Won And Lost

Updated: 12/06/2005 - The night began on a good note for David Toscano who ran for the 57th district seat on the House of Delegates. As for the 58th district candidate Steve Koleszar, who was the underdog in this race, he lost to Republican Rob Bell.

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Voters Hit the Polls Running

Updated: 11/08/2005 - After months of campaigning, a gubernatorial debate and constant commercials advertising who's the better candidate. Election Day is here.

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