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Pipeline Protest

Updated: 06/03/2005 - Residents of Scottsville are trying to prevent the construction of a 25-mile pipeline that would link the James River with Charlottesville.

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Top CSI Investigator Retires After 27 Years

Updated: 06/03/2005 - He's known for heading up countless numbers of crime scene investigations in Charlottesville, and after serving 27 years on the force, this hardened investigator is turning in his gun and badge. Read more about his emotional farewell.

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Former TV Host Reacts to 'Deep Throat'

Updated: 06/02/2005 - Now that America has learned the true identity of 'Deep Throat', the famous confidential source in the Watergate scandal, it has turned into a topic of conversation for almost everyone.

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Superintendent Search Continues

Updated: 06/02/2005 - The Charlottesville City School Board has invoked the help of an outside agency to search for their next superintendent of schools.

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Government Trying to Stop Identity Theft

Updated: 06/02/2005 - President Bush signed the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act back in 2003, which goes in to effect on June 1, forcing employers to shred personal information before throwing it away.

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Virginia School District Bus Driver Shortage

Updated: 06/02/2005 - School districts across the state are struggling to attract and retain school bus drivers, and local school systems are being affected by the trend.

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The Riddle Of Deep Throat Is Revealed

Updated: 06/02/2005 - Now, 30 years later, as the face of "Deep Throat" is revealed, scholars and even journalists are likely to revisit Watergate.

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Public Comments On Redistricting

Updated: 06/02/2005 - Over 80 people signed up to voice concerns about the redistricting proposal planned for Albemarle County Public Schools.

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Fire Destroys Office

Updated: 06/02/2005 - A fire ripped through an office in Albemarle County.

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Making Memories Go Down in History

Updated: 06/02/2005 - If you've ever wanted your life story to go down in history, now is your chance. The StoryCorps bus visited the Charlottesville Downtown Mall to help people make history.

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Local Soldier Remembered

Updated: 05/31/2005 - This Memorial Day celebration is a special one for an Albemarle County family as they remember their lost son.

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New Technology Could Lead Us Closer To Outer Space

Updated: 05/31/2005 - Colonizing outer space may seem like a idea of the future, but we may be getting one step closer, thanks to the help of a group of University of Virginia students.

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School Advisory Commission Processes Defined

Updated: 05/30/2005 - The Charlottesville School Advisory Commission met for the first time Friday to clarify their role in the search for the next superintendent.

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"Shared Reading" Helps Pre-schoolers Reading Skills

Updated: 05/30/2005 - The Department of Education granted the University of Virginia and the University of Toledo $2.5 million to test what they call 'print focused reading' on pre-school age children attending need-based programs.

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Students Clean Up Crozet

Updated: 05/30/2005 - You may notice Crozet's look improving, thanks to some Western Albemarle High School seniors.

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