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UVa Grad Nabs Nation's Highest Civilian Honor

Updated: 11/05/2007 - A geneticist from Staunton and a graduate of the University of Virginia received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Bush Monday, the nation's highest civilian award.

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Virginia Lottery's Million Dollar Raffle

Updated: 11/05/2007 - The Virginia Lottery is launching another million dollar raffle. Four $1 million winners will be selected in a drawing just before midnight on New Year's Eve.

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Madison County Investigation Takes New Direction

Updated: 11/05/2007 - After a pair of hunters found human remains Saturday morning in the woods of Madison County, authorities are working as quickly as possible to figure out what happened.

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Romantically Involved Teacher And Student Flee To Mexico

Updated: 11/04/2007 - A teacher accused of running away with a 13-year-old student planned a romantic life with him in his native Mexico, but she was near broke when they were captured there, authorities said Saturday.

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Community Flocks to 73rd Montpelier Hunt Races

Updated: 11/04/2007 - It's an Orange County tradition. The hats, the tailgates and the horses -- all of which were in strong supply Saturday at the 73rd Annual Montpelier Hunt Races.

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Horse Riders Overcome Disabilities

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Charlottesville Area Riding Therapy is a program that brings therapeutic horseback riding to people with disabilities. Those students got a chance to show off their skills in the annual CART horse show on Saturday.

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Armed Robber Gets Away On Foot

Updated: 11/04/2007 - An armed robber demands cash then takes off on foot. Albemarle County police have not yet tracked him down.

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Online Social Networking Safeguarding

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Plenty of young men and women are signed up for social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace but you may be surprised to find out that it could cost you your job.

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Justice for Justine

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the death of kindergarten teacher Justine Swartz Abshire. She is the victim of a fatal hit and run in Orange County and police have yet to make any arrests.

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Orange Lifts Water Restrictions

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Despite last week's rain, much of the area still remains under a drought warning, and that means water restrictions for many residents. But one county is lifting those restrictions.

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DEA Investigates Underground Steroid Ring

Updated: 11/02/2007 - The ABC News investigation shows even though the federal government hasn't released the identities of who those customers were, there is concern that some could be young athletes.

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Virginia Film Festival

Posted: 11/01/2007 - A little bit of Hollywood comes to Charlottesville this weekend for four days filled with events. The annual Virginia Film Festival kicked off with its official opening event.

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New Rehab Facility Faces Zoning Barriers

Updated: 11/01/2007 - A new temporary housing facility for rehabilitation was slated to open it's doors in Charlottesville Thursday, but not before City Officials realized the building isn't zoned for that.

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