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Waynesboro Man Wanted

Murder Investigation

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Law Enforcement officials are hunting a Waynesboro man who allegedly shot and killed two relatives Tuesday morning.

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West Main Streetcar

Updated: 06/29/2005 - As Charlottesville grows by leaps and bounds, so does the traffic. However, the Thomas Jefferson Planning Commission has come up with a new plan that they said will attract more people to public transportation.

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Fireworks Safety Tips

Updated: 06/29/2005 - With Fourth of July looming, people prepare to celebrate in many ways, including with fireworks.

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Madison Remembers Flood

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Thunderstorms may be in the forecast, but it won't compare to the rainfall 10 years ago. CBS19 spoke with a homeowner who survived the Madison Flood of 1995.

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Charitable Support Switches Focus

Updated: 06/29/2005 - While support for charities by Americans is up to the tune of almost $250 billion, it seems a good portion of those billions is not going to those less fortunate.

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National HIV Testing Day

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Monday was "National Free HIV Testing" day, and several clinics around the area administered the free test. The Charlottesville Newsplex spoke to one man living with HIV.

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Virginia Officials Push Community College

Updated: 06/29/2005 - The amount of high school graduates attending 4-year universities or colleges continues to increase. However, there is a new proposal that could help ease the growing burden and give incentives to send more high school graduates to 2-year colleges.

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No Water Worries ... Yet

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Water restrictions are not yet a major concern for our area.

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Sudden Fish Kill Baffles Anglers

Updated: 06/29/2005 - It is what some are calling the quietest disaster in Virginia's history. A whole species of fish has been almost completely wiped out in just a matter of weeks.

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Woman Shot in Albemarle County

Shooting Investigation

Posted: 06/27/2005 - Albemarle County Police are investigating the shooting of a woman at her home in the 1500 block of Bitternut Street.

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Pedestrian Struck

Updated: 06/27/2005 - Charlottesville Police are investigating the case of a pedestrian struck in the 1200 block of East Market Street.

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Beef Worries

Mad Cow Disease

Updated: 06/27/2005 - A second case of Mad Cow disease has some worried about the future of the beef industry in the United States.

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Neighbors React To Shooting

Updated: 06/27/2005 - Albemarle County Police are investigating the shooting of a woman at her home in the 1500 block of Bitternut Street.

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Iraqi Prime Minister Visits White House

Updated: 06/27/2005 - The Iraqi prime minister visited President Brush at the White House today, and both leaders say the U.S. presence with remain in Iraq, with no timetable.

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Paramount Announces Season Line-Up

Updated: 01/02/2007 - What does Tiny Tim, the Huxtables, and a man-eater all have in common? They all have connections to the Paramount's 2005-2006 season.

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UVa Med School Students Handle Disaster Scenarios

First Aid Kit

Updated: 06/27/2005 - What would you do if a terrorist attacked or a category five hurricane hit the East Coast? Over 100 UVa Medical School students answered that question as they finished Uva's Clinical Connection Disaster Training Course.

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Attempted Robbery And Shots Fired

Updated: 06/24/2005 - Charlottesville Police are searching for three men they believe shot at a man after he refused to give them money during an attempted robbery.

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Youth Violence Summit

Updated: 06/24/2005 - Local leaders and community members gathered to air concerns about the growing amount of youth and gang violence.

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