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Camp for Burn Survivors

Updated: 08/22/2005 - Summer camp can mean a lot of different things to different kids, but for a group of burn survivors, camp means being able to go without stares, a place where you can be yourself.

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UVA Student Safety Tips

Updated: 08/19/2005 - UVA Police ask students to be on their guard as the school year begins.

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Peeping Tom On The Loose

Updated: 08/19/2005 - Charlottesville Police are searching for a man they believe could be tied to four incidents of peeping and breaking and entering.

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UVA Graduate and NFL Star Opens Nextel

Updated: 08/19/2005 - Chris Harrison has broken away from football and is now an entrepreneur. He and Torrance Hampton are the proud owners of the new Nextel store at Hollymead Town Center across from Target.

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Charlottesville Elementary School Open House

Updated: 08/19/2005 - The open house meant time for children to meet their new teachers and see their new classrooms. Thanks to First United Methodist Church this year all of the kids at Jackson-Via will have everything they need to learn.

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Troops Remove Gaza Settlers With Force

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Israeli forces began moving into the Gaza Jewish settlement of Kfar Darom early on Thursday to begin the second day of removing all remaining settlers by force.

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Police Chase Man Through City

Updated: 08/18/2005 - University of Virginia Police chased a man by car from Emmet Street and Ivy Road for several miles.

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Local Vigil Supporting Cindy Sheehan

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a fallen soldier, continues to protest outside President Bush's Texas ranch. People as far and wide as Iowa and Washington DC to right here in Charlottesville are joining her vigil.

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Home Prices Overvalued?

Updated: 08/18/2005 - The cost of housing has been on the rise for years but is there an end in sight?

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Back-To-School Healthy Meals

Updated: 08/18/2005 - With school just around the corner schedules are changing and so are eating habits.

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Three City Schools Fail to Meet State Standards

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Area school districts have begun analyzing results from the Adequate Yearly Progress Report. While many schools in our area passed, others have work to do.

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New Dental Clinic Gets a Boost

Updated: 08/18/2005 - An effort to put a big smile on every kid’s face got a big boost Wednesday evening.

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Direct Connect From Charlottesville to Ruckersville

Updated: 08/18/2005 - People want to get to their destinations quickly, which is often hard to do when you're traveling on Route 29. A new plan that might change that for those who are traveling towards Ruckersville.

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Schools Say No to Soda

Updated: 08/18/2005 - The fight against childhood obesity has more support. Soft drink makers announced they're "canning" soda machines in elementary schools.

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Attempted Jail-Breaker Sentenced 30 Years

Updated: 08/17/2005 - The last of six inmates charged in a jail-break attempt was handed a guilty verdict and sentenced to 30 years in addition to the 10 he was already serving.

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Albemarle Schools Receive AYP Results

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Albemarle County Schools received the preliminary results of the Adequate Yearly Progress testing, and the numbers look positive.

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Women Suffer High Blood Pressure From Tylenol

Blood Pressure Testing

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Women taking daily amounts of non-aspirin painkillers may want to see a doctor. A new study out of Harvard Medical School shows that women who take at least one extra strength Tylenol per day are twice as likely to develop high blood pressure.

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National Kids Day Celebration

Updated: 08/17/2005 - It was a celebration for kids Tuesday at the Charlottesville Boys & Girls Club.

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