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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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Charlottesville Boy Fights Rare Cancer

Updated: 05/27/2005 - Neuroblastoma is a cancer that affects between 500 and 600 kids under age five each year. Mason Thomas' survival rate is 25%.

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Another Bear Sighting

Updated: 05/27/2005 - Residents on Shelby Drive came home to find a black bear cub rummaging through their backyard for the second time in a week.

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Virus Hits Instant Messaging

Updated: 05/27/2005 - It's fast and easy. Those are two reasons why more and more instant messaging services are being targeted by computer viruses. Find out how to protect yourself.

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Community Protects Elders From Abuse

Updated: 05/27/2005 - As Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness Month comes to an end, members of the community continue to promote awareness through prevention workshops.

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UVA Medical Center Showcases Research

Updated: 05/27/2005 - UVA's Medical Center prides itself on cutting edge research, and they got a chance to showcase some of that in the Pediatric Department's Annual Research Symposium.

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Gangs On Our Streets: Extra Web Exclusive

Updated: 10/06/2005 - Getting gang members off our streets is just half the battle. Communities have to convince young people that gangs are not the answer.

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Home Invasion Suspect Apprehended

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Charlottesville Police believe they have caught one of the men involved in Monday's home invasion on Cherry Avenue.

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Filling Tanks For Less

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Gas Prices have been dropping for the last several weeks, but will they stay this low?

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