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Whisper Ridge Fights to Remain Open

Updated: 04/24/2006 - After being cited with 50 state violations, the Whisper Ridge Behavioral Health facility is fighting to stay open. They presented their action plan today during an informal hearing in Richmond.

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Skin Cancer on the Rise

Updated: 04/24/2006 - The American Academy of Dermatology is issuing a warning about a skin cancer epidemic that's sweeping the United States.

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Kids Stay Out of School

Updated: 04/20/2006 - Some students at Western Albemarle high school stayed out of school Thursday. They are not playing hooky but are afraid something bad might happen at their school today.

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Free Speech Monument Opens

Updated: 04/20/2006 - For aspiring artists, political activists, or people who just want to get something off their chest, there's a new monument opening today just for you.

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Greene County Considers New Development

Updated: 04/20/2006 - The Greene County Planning Commission considered the proposal to rezone 280 acres of land to potentially make way to a new development.

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Teen Guilty of Bomb Plot Sentenced

Updated: 04/20/2006 - An Albemarle County teen is handed the maximum sentence Wednesday for plotting to blow up two Albemarle County high schools.

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Why We Are Paying More at the Pump

Updated: 04/24/2006 - Paying at the pump has now become even more painful for drivers. Oil prices rose over $72 a barrel, making a new record high. Economists say there are many reasons why it's so high.

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Zimmerman Sentenced to Maximum

Updated: 04/20/2006 - A family is finding some closure tonight as the man accused of murdering their husband and father is sentenced to the maximum.

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Greene County Library Faces Cutbacks

Updated: 04/20/2006 - The Greene County Library may have to cut back its hours if county leaders don't give them enough money this year.

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Teen Sentenced to Juvenile Detention for Bomb Plot

Updated: 04/19/2006 - A judge Wednesday morning sentenced a 16 year-old Western Albemarle High School student to juvenile detention for his role in a plot to attack two local high schools.

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Local Water Decision

Updated: 04/19/2006 - After nearly a year and a half of contemplation, the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority has decided how to deal with any upcoming drought situations.

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Researchers Discover Possible Cure For Type 1 Diabetes

Updated: 04/19/2006 - Researchers at the University of Virginia may have found a way to reverse Type 1 diabetes. For the two million people in the U.S. that suffer from this disease, that would mean no more insulin shots to stabilize blood sugar.

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Local Liberals on AM Radio

Updated: 04/19/2006 - After months of technical problems, the Charlottesville Radio Group's new station, WVAX, is now on the air featuring a unique liberal talk format.

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UVA Worker Gives Input on Living Wage Rally

Updated: 04/19/2006 - We've heard a lot from the Living Wage protesters on grounds but not too much from the workers who are affected. The Newsplex talked to one worker to get her take on the issue.

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Amber Alert Canceled

Updated: 04/19/2006 - A boy police say was abducted has been found.

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Acupuncture Gives Arthritic Relief

Updated: 04/19/2006 - There's good news for arthritis sufferers that's all natural and has very few side effects, but only recently has it become a more mainstream practice.

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Charlottesville School Board Forum

Updated: 04/19/2006 - The Charlottesville-Albemarle chapter of the NAACP sponsored a candidate’s forum for those running for Charlottesville School Board seats.

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Trial Date Set for William Beebe

Updated: 11/14/2006 - The Las Vegas man accused of raping a University of Virginia student over 20 years ago will stand trial.

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DNA Lawsuit Moves Forward

Updated: 04/19/2006 - A federal court judge has ruled a lawsuit can move forward against the city of Charlottesville and the police department.

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Crash Tests Safety Ratings

Updated: 04/19/2006 - If you want to cruise in a safe ride, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says it should stand up to accidents, from all sides.

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UVA Students Released From Jail But Not Swayed

Updated: 04/19/2006 - After spending two nights in jail all of the UVA students were set free, pending good behavior. The judge advised them to stay off the Madison Hall property, but students said this doesn't mean it's the end of the Living Wage Campaign.

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