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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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Gas Saving Myths and Truths

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Gas in Charlottesville is the highest it has ever been. AAA reports that a gallon averaged at $2.41 cents. We've all heard rumors about how to save gas, but which one of these myths are actually true?

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Medicare to Help Fund Adult Health Day Care

Updated: 08/17/2005 - If you've ever had to pay for any type of daycare service, then you know just how expensive it can be, but now Medicare is looking to help cover the cost of adult daycare.

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Give Blood and Possibly Win a Vacation

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Virginia Blood Services has always said giving blood can go a long way, but now it can also send you a long way thanks to the Choose Your Paradise Contest.

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Cheaper Gas Is All About Timing

Updated: 08/16/2005 - Regular-grade gas is now up to $2.49 per gallon in Charlottesville. However, experts said you can still save as prices soar. Timing is everything when it comes to saving at the pump.

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Kaine On Good Morning Charlottesville

Updated: 12/06/2005 - The race for governor is heating up; in fact, a recent poll shows that the democratic candidate and republican candidate are in a dead heat. Lt. Governor Tim Kaine stopped by the Newsplex to answer questions.

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Hot Cars Provide Education

Updated: 08/15/2005 - Albemarle County police hosted a car show Friday night to educate young drivers about the dangers of street racing.

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Taking a Stand Against Bullying

Updated: 08/15/2005 - More than 15,000 bullying incidents occurred in the 2003-2004 school year. Now several state educators are taking an active stand against bullying in schools.

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President Making Appearance in Madison Co.

Updated: 08/15/2005 - It's not too often that a president make his way to Madison County, Virginia. Thanks to Hoover Day, that day in Madison will be reenactment come true.

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Cross The Railroad Tracks, Pay Hefty Fine

Updated: 08/15/2005 - In Belmont the Charlottesville Police have already handed out 37 tickets so far this year. Cops are cracking down on people crossing the railroad tracks.

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