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Places 29 on Display

Updated: 11/16/2005 - For several months now you have probably heard about Places 29 and how it is development along Route 29 will improve the flow of traffic as well as bring more businesses to the area. You don't have to just hear about it anymore.

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Premature Births Continue to Increase

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Premature birth is the number one cause of newborn deaths in the United States. Tuesday, the March Of Dimes wanted to make sure people knew exactly how serious the problem is.

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The Farmer's Almanac: Fact or Fiction?

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Some live their lives by it while others remain skeptical. It's the Farmer's Almanac and many people ask the question, is there any science behind this famous yearly publication?

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Neighbors Save Man From Burning House

Updated: 11/16/2005 - One Charlottesville resident is lucky to be alive tonight after two neighbors saved him from his burning home.

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Can a Lack of Sleep Affect School Performance?

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Could the amount of sleep your child gets affect his or her performance in school? A recent study says yes. Find out how Z's at night can equal A's in the day and how their teachers can tell who is or isn't getting enough sleep.

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Mega Millions Up to $315 Million

Updated: 11/16/2005 - The Mega Millions jackpot is one of the largest jackpots in the multistate lottery's history. $315 million is what ticket holders are hoping to win. If you haven't bought a ticket yet, expect long lines.

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Clifton Inn Recognized for Excellence

Updated: 11/16/2005 - The Clifton Inn in Charlottesville has joined the ranks of some of the world's most elite hotels and restaurants. The Inn was accepted into the Relais and Chateaux, an exclusive organization that recognizes hotels for excellence.

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Dean of Darden School Named

Updated: 11/16/2005 - The search for the Dean of Darden School of Business is over. President John Casteen made an announcement to faculty and staff that Robert F. Bruner has accepted the position.

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Traffic Changes Along Charlottesville Roads

Updated: 11/15/2005 - City Council eyed up several construction projects including permanent and drastic changes to the intersection of West Main and Ridge Streets.

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Public and Private Organizations Discuss Heating Costs

Updated: 11/15/2005 - The cost of gas for your car may be dropping--but we aren't seeing the trend with home heating bills. Local leaders discussed ways to help those in need and keep people safe at a public meeting.

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Jury Sworn in Racketeering Trial

Updated: 11/15/2005 - Opening statements begin Tuesday in the federal trial of an alleged Charlottesville street gang.

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Autism: Genetic Disorder Or Mercury Poisoning?

Updated: 11/15/2005 - Autism is defined as a developmental disability that by age three will effects children's non-verbal and verbal communication. But, the question that has yet to be answered is how these seemingly perfect children come down with such a debilitating disorder?

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Deeds Takes Steps Toward Attorney General

Updated: 11/03/2006 - Virginians still don't know who won the spot as the next Attorney General. But, Democrat Creigh Deeds announced he's already the taking steps toward making the transition.

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Kaine Win Pushes Warner Forward

Updated: 12/06/2005 - Governor Mark Warner has already vowed that he is not running against incumbent George Allen next year for Senate. However, this leaves the door open for a run at the 2008 Presidential election.

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Relief for Downtown Motorists

Updated: 11/16/2005 - West Main Street is one of the busiest streets in Charlottesville, and now the city's trying to fix the problem. They're starting to apply a new project called the Intelligent Transportation System.

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Stepping Stones Report Finds Education Improvements

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Students in our area are doing better in school and now more are staying out of trouble. That's according to the Stepping Stones report that was released by the Charlottesville-Albemarle Commission on Children and Families.

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