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Area Students Receive Emily Couric Leadership Award

Updated: 04/26/2007 - Ten area female high school seniors were awarded for their leadership in their communities at a forum on Wednesday afternoon in honor of the late Emily Couric, sister of CBS news anchor Katie Couric. CBS Sportscaster Leslie Visser presented the awards.

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Police Look for Motive in Tech Shootings

Updated: 04/25/2007 - Investigators have continued working around the clock on the case of the Virginia Tech shootings, trying to shed light on Cho's motives.

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UVa Apologizes for Using Slaves

Updated: 04/25/2007 - The UVa Board of Visitors unanimously passed a resolution commending the General Assembly's recent resolutions on slavery and, at the same time, expressed the university's regret for its use of slaves from 1819 to 1865.

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Ronnie Price Announces Candidacy

Updated: 04/26/2007 - Ronnie Price announced Wednesday he is seeking a spot on the Albemarle County School Board.

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Researchers Testing Children's Medicine

Updated: 04/25/2007 - A child born today could live 30 years longer than a child born 100 years ago. Still, one research group says we have a long way to go to keep our children healthy.

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Students Wanted More Communication in UVa Scare

Updated: 04/25/2007 - University of Virginia students, hearing the sirens and seeing police officers with guns drawn, said the university should have done more to tell them what was going on late Monday night.

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False Alarm Panics Students

Updated: 04/25/2007 - Students at the University of Virginia got a scare Monday night as police swarmed grounds after reports of a gunman on campus.

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UVa Students Promote Bike Start

Updated: 04/25/2007 - Some UVa students were out Monday to promote a new initiative, one they hope will reduce the number of cars on the road.

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Suicide Bombing Kills 9 U.S. Soldiers

Updated: 04/24/2007 - A group linked to Al-Qaeda is claiming responsibility for the bloody attack, the deadliest for U.S. forces in more than a year. A suicide car bomber rammed into an American patrol base northeast of Baghdad Monday night killing nine army paratroopers and injuring 20 others.

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Honored For Work In The Community

Updated: 04/24/2007 - Children, Youth and Family Services had their annual breakfast Tuesday to honor those who work with kids and families in the community.

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University Police Investigate Gunman Sighting

Updated: 04/24/2007 - One week after a gunman opened fire inside the engineering building at Virginia Tech, students reported seeing a gunman around the engineering building at UVa. This scare turned out to be a class project gone wrong.

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Scare in Engineering Building at UVa

Updated: 04/24/2007 - A UVa class project created a major scare in a engineering building Monday night. University and Charlottesville police responded to what they thought was a dangerous situation.

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Business Break-Ins Could Be Linked

Updated: 04/24/2007 - Charlottesville police believe a rash of burglaries are linked because, in most cases, the thieves went straight for the safes, and they hit businesses in the same general area.

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UVa Korean-American Students Hold Memorial

Updated: 04/23/2007 - Korean-American students at UVa held their own memorial on grounds Monday. The students gathered with posters expressing their grief for the students and families involved in last week's shooting.

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Miller Center Reacts To Yeltsin Death

Updated: 04/23/2007 - The Kremlin says a day of national mourning and the funeral for former president Boris Yeltsin will take place on Wednesday. Here in our area, Yeltsin's death has many discussing foreign policy.

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Albemarle Gets Federal Fire Grant

Updated: 04/23/2007 - The Albemarle County Fire Department received a $310,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security.

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Red Cross Sends Crisis Dogs To Tech

Updated: 08/10/2011 - While many are still trying to heal from the tragedy that has befallen the Virginia Tech campus, therapy dogs have been sent to try to help them cope through this hard time.

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Sergeant Voices Complaint With Flags At Half Staff For VT

Updated: 04/23/2007 - A U.S. Army Sergeant is voicing his complaints about flying the flag at half staff for the victims of the Virginia Tech massacre when he says the same honor is not given to fallen U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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