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UVA Clinic Treats Pain With More Than Pills

Updated: 05/16/2005 - More than 40 million Americans are living with severe pain and for many of them, the painkillers their doctors prescribe can become addictive. The UVA Pain Clinic is working hard to prevent this.

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County Honors Those Who Died In Line of Duty

Updated: 05/16/2005 - A police officer dies almost every two days. Albemarle County held a ceremony in honor of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect others.

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Parents Voice Concerns Of Weapons At Schools

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Fluvanna County school parents faced school officials, and got to speak their peace about how school officials handled the recent problem of finding elementary students with guns.

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Plane Causes Capitol Evacuation

Updated: 05/16/2005 - A small plane invaded the secure air space in Washington, DC causing a mass evacuation of Capitol Hill.

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New Study Suggest Homosexuality Has Biological Basis

Updated: 05/16/2005 - It's a question that has sparked controversy over the years. Are people born gay, or does something in their environment cause them to become gay? A new study may lead to some answers.

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Fitch Pledges Fiscal Discipline

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine and former Attorney General Jerry Kilgore are two household names in the race for governor this year. But George Fitch, Republican mayor of Warrenton, is giving Kilgore a run for his money.

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School Board Faces Turnover

Updated: 05/11/2005 - It's becoming a trend on the school board as two of three board members who are up for reappointment won't be seeking another term.

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Body Wraps Unwrapped: The Procedure

Updated: 05/16/2005 - It's a procedure that promises to improve the look of cellulite, stretch marks, and skin tone, and make you lose up to 15 inches all over your body in only one hour.

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Virginia Is For Lovers...And Tourists

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Virginia's Department of Tourism brings in $15 billion dollars a year, which markets Virginia as a premier travel destination.

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Advisory Committee In Question

Updated: 05/11/2005 - The controversy continues to brew over the hiring of a new superintendent of schools in Charlottesville City. Council members met tonight but came up with no resolution.

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Local Band Rocks for POW's

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Operation Carry the Flame joined forces with a local Ruckersville band.

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Amigos Restaurant Blamed for Stomach Virus

Updated: 05/16/2005 - More than 100 students were sick with a stomach virus a week and a half ago. Some are blaming a popular restaurant on the Corner for their misery.

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Satisfaction Awaits Scott Stadium

Updated: 05/11/2005 - The legendary rock band, The Rolling Stones, announced today they were kicking off a new world tour with a stop in Charlottesville.

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Students Rewarded After Exams

Updated: 05/10/2005 - Finals means a chance for students to cash-in, but not just on grades. Closing your text book could also mean closing in on some new found cash.

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String Of Robberies

Updated: 05/10/2005 - Police are on the lookout for a man they believe not only robbed a gas station on Saturday afternoon, but could be linked to several other area robberies.

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Fluvanna Students May Face Charges

Updated: 05/10/2005 - Two Fluvanna County students may face some serious charges after they were found with weapons at their elementary school.

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Camp Holiday Trails Gives Hope

Updated: 05/10/2005 - A group of kids with chronic illnesses had a chance to forget their worries this weekend thanks to Camp Holiday Trails.

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Local School Receives Grant

Updated: 05/10/2005 - Virginia is among the top in the nation when it comes to using technology in the classroom, according to a new national study by Education Week Magazine. One local elementary school is getting the high-tech help it needs to keep up with other schools in the state.

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Teen Charged In Shooting

Updated: 05/10/2005 - A local boy is recovering at the University of Virginia Hospital after being shot by his own friend.

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Airport Fire Department Prepares for Worst

Updated: 05/10/2005 - The Charlottesville Albemarle Airport Fire Department lit a plane and the ground on fire as part of training they do to prepare for possible plane-related disasters.

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