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College Comics Stir Controversy

Updated: 09/25/2006 - When a cartoon depicting the prophet Mohammed with a lit bomb resting in his turban was released earlier this year, members of the Muslim community were outraged. Now Christians are the ones upset by offensive comics printed right on UVa grounds.

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Sewage Apartment Case

Updated: 09/22/2006 - An Orange County renter who claims she was forced to live in a feces filled apartment gets to stay, for now.

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Changes to FBI Since 9/11

Updated: 09/25/2006 - Monday marks five years since the September 11 attacks. Since that time, law enforcement in this country has changed dramatically including one of the countries biggest investigatory agencies.

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CavMan Returns

Updated: 09/08/2006 - There will be some changes to the first home UVA football game for the fans in the form of animation.

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Strong Reactions to Iranian's Speech

Updated: 09/22/2006 - On Thursday 140 people were invited to hear former president of Iran Mohammad Khatami speak in person at UVa. The former leader spoke through a translator, and his words certainly got people talking.

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Former Iranian President Speaks At UVa

Updated: 09/07/2006 - The former President of Iran paid a visit to the University of Virginia. Muhammad Khatami, who was the Iranian president from 1997 to 2005, addressed students, faculty and administrators in the Dome Room of the Rotunda.

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Soldier's Girlfriend Speaks

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Driggers says Andino, who she calls E.J. was protective and caring. Even in Iraq, he would call to make sure she was alright, and not working too hard. Now E.J. Is gone, and others are picking up where he can not.

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New Firefighters Train to Prepare

Updated: 09/22/2006 - After months of a shortage, the Charlottesville City Fire Department hired four new firefighters to fill several vacancies.

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Former Iranian President to Visit UVa

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Former Iranian President Mohammed Khatami will speak at the Rotunda before a invitation only audience. With the climate of the U.S.-Iranian relationship, his visit has stirred quite a bit of controversy.

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Former UVa Employee Termination Lawsuit

Updated: 09/22/2006 - A former University of Virginia employee who is suing the school for wrongful termination appeared in court. Both the plaintiff and the defense argued their case before the judge.

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Scottsville Moving Ahead With Project, Asks County for Help

Updated: 09/22/2006 - The town of Scottsville is one step closer to giving their downtown area a bit of a facelift. Now they're hoping that Albemarle County will help them financially as they move forward in the process.

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Culpeper Soldier Killed In Action

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Life in the military for the 23 year old, affectionately known as 'E.J.', started September 6, 2005. He died one year to the day after joining the Army.

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Firefighter Honored

Updated: 09/06/2006 - The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors recognized an outstanding firefighter who founded one of the busiest fire stations in the state.

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Men's Basketball Recruiting You

Updated: 09/22/2006 - A recent study shows that more than half of Virginians are overweight, but the city of Charlottesville is working on a fun, physical way to fight the problem.

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Changes in UVa Post Game Policies

Updated: 09/22/2006 - With the first UVa home football game right around the corner, university officials are now stepping up security efforts to help with crowd control.

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Local Man's Medicare Mishap

Updated: 09/05/2006 - The Medicare prescription drug program has been under fire for complications and now coverage errors are popping up as well. A Charlottesville man was put on the new plan by mistake, but it is a mistake that could have cost him a lot of money.

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Flooding Closes Roads

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Flooding caused several roads in Fluvanna, Louisa, and Orange counties to close on Tuesday. Water from streams and creeks spilled onto the roadways from the heavy rain that fell Monday night.

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Possible Changes Along the Streets of Charlottesville

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Streets in different parts of Charlottesville have different posted speed limits. City leaders are thinking of making those varying speed limits more consistent throughout the city.

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The Couric Effect

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Katie Couric graduated with honors from UVa and her local legacy lives on. She puts a mark on Charlottesville in honor of her sister, Virginia's Senator Emily Couric.

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Rose Hill Drive Kitchen Fire

Updated: 09/05/2006 - The Charlottesville Fire Marshal is investigating the cause of the fire. The fire did not threaten Burley Middle School.

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Virginia Senate Race Heats Up

Updated: 09/20/2006 - Both parties took part in the 36th annual Buena Vista Labor Day parade hoping to spread their message to voters.

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Fighting AIDS Mile By Mile

Updated: 09/20/2006 - Michael Farley has been to Africa 19 times in the past 19 years. After his first visit, during his stint in the Peace Corps, he said he just can't get enough of the African lifestyle, and now he's giving back in a big way by performing a small task.

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