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Drug Database Concerns

Updated: 08/02/2006 - A UVA Doctor believes he has found a possible solution to medication errors

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Trench Rescue

Updated: 08/02/2006 - A man is rescued after being buried to his waist in dirt

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Lake Monticello Rape Sentence

Updated: 08/01/2006 - The sentence is handed down for the man guilty of raping a girl in Lake Monticello

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Quick Moving Storm Leaves Damage

Updated: 08/02/2006 - The storm didn't stay long, but it was in one neighborhood long enough to leave behind a mess.

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Local Drivers Upset Over Gas Profits

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Exxon Mobile announced Thursday the second biggest profit in U.S. history, leaving many drivers wondering why they aren't seeing any relief at the pumps.

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Floyd Landis Fans Disappointed

Updated: 08/02/2006 - As with any major athlete, the news of Floyd Landis's possible doping has taken the cycling world by surprise.

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Skeletal Remains Found

Updated: 07/31/2006 - Police are not able to identify the remains at this time. They have sent them to the medical examiner's office for a dental review.

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Police Captain Retires

Updated: 08/02/2006 - After 28 years in law enforcement a decorated police captain hangs up her uniform.

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Citizen's Police Academy

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Charlottesville police are giving the public a first hand look at what it’s like to be a police officer.

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Sewage Spews Into Orange Apartment

Updated: 08/02/2006 - An Orange County apartment renter is homeless after her landlord refused to clean up inches of raw sewage that has backed up into her apartment.

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Fundraiser for Local Radio Legend

Updated: 08/02/2006 - If you've been in Charlottesville for more than a few months, chances are you've heard of popular radio host Dick Mountjoy, who's given to the community for years. Mountjoy was diagnosed with cancer and is now asking for your help.

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Senate Passes Interstate Abortion Bill

Updated: 07/31/2006 - It seems that in the ongoing abortion battle, pro-life advocates made some headway on Capital Hill. Tuesday, the Senate passed a bill that would make it a crime to transport minors across state lines to receive abortions.

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Growth Causing Traffic Concerns

Updated: 07/27/2006 - It seems everywhere you turn in Greene County, development keeps popping up. With development comes increased traffic. Now VDOT is trying to figure out how to counteract that.

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Cracking Down on Speeders

Updated: 07/26/2006 - Drivers treat Old Lynchburg Rd. more like a highway than byway and neighbors are fed up.

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Rick Turner Retires From UVA

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Rick Turner, the UVA Dean of African American Affairs, has announced he is retiring. The news comes months after he admitted lying about a drug dealer in a federal case.

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Meth Conspiracy Defendants Face Federal Judge

Updated: 07/27/2006 - Thirteen of the 19 people arrested for allegedly being involved in a methamphetamine conspiracy did face a judge for bond hearings and arraignments. Only one of them made bond today, and another was already out on bond.

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Gas Prices Impacting Bike Sales

Updated: 08/21/2006 - The rise in gas prices may be driving down the number of cars on the roads, but it's pushing up the number of bikes moving across town.

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Community Mediation Center Closing

Updated: 07/25/2006 - An organization that has helped the community for over 20 years is now being forced to close its doors.

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Composer's Daughter Heads to Charlottesville

Updated: 07/25/2006 - The music of famed composer, Leonard Bernstein, is making its way to Charlottesville. The daughter of the West Side Story writer, Jamie Bernstein Thomas, will give a presentation at Piedmont Virginia Community College next Monday.

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Bomb Scare Ends Peacefully

Updated: 07/25/2006 - Residents in the Northwoods Mobile Home Park were evacuated for nearly 7 hours after a man threatens to blow himself up.

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Addicted To Technology

Updated: 07/25/2006 - Cell phones have become the primary form of communication these days, but researchers are warning that what originally made life easier, could be causing more harm than good.

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Community Remembers Fallen Soldier

Updated: 07/24/2006 - The Ruckersville community is remembering 22-year-old Adam Fargo, killed in the line of duty on Saturday morning.

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