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School Board Seat Drawing

Updated: 02/07/2006 - The Electoral Board held a drawing to determine the third Charlottesville School Board seat to be filled in the May 2 general election.

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Proposed Castration Bill

Updated: 02/10/2006 - A bill in Richmond has people on both sides of the fence-- it's proposing using surgical castration as a treatment option for repeat sex offenders.

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Fatal Car Fire

Updated: 02/10/2006 - A car fire turns deadly in northern Albemarle County.

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City Council Ponders New Dog Ordinances

Updated: 02/10/2006 - Right now, the General Assembly is considering 13 new dog laws to curb violent pets. Tonight, City Council examined several ordinances that would take those measures one step further.

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La Nina

Updated: 02/09/2006 - With unseasonably warm temperatures to start off 2006, the question comes to mind, does it have to do with climate? La Nina, a climatic phenomena, or cooler than average Pacific Ocean temperatures, plays a role even in our weather here in Central Virginia.

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Free HIV Testing in Honor of Observance

Updated: 02/09/2006 - The University of Virginia and the Salvation Army offered free and confidential HIV testing. The Virginia Department of Health said in 2003 almost 200,000 African-Americans were living with AIDS in the United States.

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Nelson Broadband Survey Mailed

Updated: 02/09/2006 - Officials said broadband surveys have been sent to residents to find out who has internet connectivity and who wants it. The goal is to find out where broadband access is available and how possible new residents can benefit.

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New Smoking Ban Proposal

Updated: 02/09/2006 - Last year a bill that would have restricted smoking inside all public places was defeated in the state Senate, but this time around, legislators are proposing the same ban, but just for a majority of public places.

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Steelers Fanatic Ready For Super Bowl

Updated: 02/06/2006 - With just days until Super Bowl XL, both teams and fans are preparing. One Louisa County man is taking those preparations to a whole new level.

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Women Raise Money For Local Groups

Updated: 02/06/2006 - The Boys and Girls Club and Charlottesville Free Clinic are two organizations that will be getting large donations thanks to a group of local women.

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Bus Drivers Request Higher Salaries

Updated: 02/06/2006 - Some school bus drivers in Albemarle County are speaking out in hopes of getting a higher salary. They say they've been underpaid for too long.

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New Movie Has Some Speaking Out

Updated: 02/06/2006 - "The New World," starring Colin Farrell has some members of the community speaking out.

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Questioning Racial Unity On Campus

Updated: 02/06/2006 - After a string of racial events, the University of Virginia hired William Harvey as the Chief Diversity Officer--- and now three months into the job, Harvey spoke about race relations on college campuses.

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Three Unsolved Murders

Updated: 04/05/2006 - Investigators in Albemarle County continue to search for suspects in three long-unsolved homicides.

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Women Eludes Authorities After Allegedly Stealing Meat

Updated: 02/06/2006 - A high speed car chase through two counties ended with an arrest. The women driving is now sitting in Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail, but not before eluding police for 30 miles.

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Local Officials Take Part In Weather Disaster Drill

Updated: 02/06/2006 - It feels a lot like spring outside, but often this time of the year brings lots of wintry weather. Despite the weather, officials in our area are getting prepared to handle a weather disaster.

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Season Burning Laws

Updated: 02/06/2006 - The Albemarle County Department Of Fire and Rescue wants to remind residents of burning laws.

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