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Ban On U.S. Horse Slaughtering?

Updated: 07/22/2005 - In June the House of Representatives passed a bill banning the use of tax-payer money to support slaughter houses. Now a new bill, the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act, if passed, will ban the slaughter of horses all together.

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Cool-Aid Program Kicks Off

Posted: 07/21/2005 - With your help, the Jefferson Area Board of Aging is purchasing air conditioners for those in need.

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Local Expert Weighs in on Terror Attacks

Updated: 07/22/2005 - The second terror attack in London has some wondering how this could have happened again, and how it could possibly effect the U.S. A local UVa law professor tackled some of those questions.

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Bank Rolls Out New Security System

Updated: 07/22/2005 - The system is compared to getting a safe deposit box with two keys. Before the customer and the bank agrees to open the box together, they must confirm each other's identity.

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Hospital All Smiles

Updated: 07/22/2005 - Children at UVa Hospital have something to smile about today and it comes in yellow, red, and purple.

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Water Restrictions

Updated: 07/22/2005 - Our rivers may be getting clean as limits are being placed on the amount of nutrients in the water.

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Pavilion Fills Positions

Updated: 07/22/2005 - As the opening nears for the Charlottesville Pavilion, staffers looked to fill vacant part time positions.

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Top 10 Most Stolen Vehicles

Updated: 07/22/2005 - The list of the top 10 most stolen vehicles has been released, so could your car be among the most enticing?

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Walker Students Taking Extra Classes

Updated: 07/22/2005 - Walker Upper Elementary is using an innovative summer program to expand learning and enrichment among its high achieving African American students.

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Target Store Open for Business

Updated: 07/22/2005 - The Target Store in the Hollymead Town Center is officially open Sunday, July 24, but officials opened the doors early to make sure everything will be perfect for the grand opening.

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Could Women's Rights Be Effected If Roberts Confirmed?

Updated: 07/22/2005 - The announcement of President Bush's Supreme Court nominee may have raised eyebrows for those expecting a woman, and it seems to have also raised some concerns about if women's rights could be effected.

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Artist Protests Death Penalty

Updated: 07/22/2005 - Randall Sinner has protested the death penalty all over the country. His protests complete his art exhibit, shown this week in Charlottesville.

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Roberts Named Supreme Court Nominee

Updated: 07/21/2005 - U.S. Court of Appeals Judge John Roberts Jr. has been nominated by President George Bush to succeed Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court.

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Unwanted Hair? Gone.

Updated: 07/20/2005 - Men have been looking for ways to keep their hair for years, but now some are trying to remove it and there is a procedure, catching on with men, that eliminates body hair permanently.

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Why So Many Hurricanes So Soon?

Updated: 07/20/2005 - As south Texas braces for yet another hurricane making its way through the Caribbean and Gulf, many wonder: are these storms going to keep coming one after another?

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Identity Thieves New Program Watches Keystrokes

Updated: 07/21/2005 - Internet fraud is becoming more and more prevalent as 47 million American users log on. Now, a new way of identity theft may be making its way to your computer keystroke by keystroke.

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