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Bush Faces Criticism For Response To Katrina

Updated: 09/12/2005 - It's been about two weeks since the onset of Hurricane Katrina, and the blame game has already begun. Democrats and others are saying the federal government, and the president himself should have responded faster.

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Jury Continues Deliberations

Updated: 09/12/2005 - The trial for 27-year-old Joel Salinas will continue Monday morning after nearly seven hours of deliberations could not produce a verdict.

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Gas Dropping Below $3

Updated: 09/12/2005 - Drivers rushed to the Shell station on Preston Avenue to fill up their gas guzzlers. For the first time in weeks they're paying less than $3 a gallon.

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Officials Warn About Katrina Relief Scams

Updated: 09/09/2005 - As the amount of Americans donating to Katrina relief efforts grows, so do the scams. Officials are now warning people to be aware when donating.

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Albemarle Redistricting One Step Closer

Updated: 09/09/2005 - Albemarle Schools are opening their doors to hurricane victims--but these may not be the only new students at some schools.

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Charlottesville Police Chief Apologizes

Updated: 09/10/2005 - DNA cleared Christopher Lynn Matthew of all charges related to a rape over the weekend. But now Charlottesville Police are answering tough questions about his arrest.

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Rape Suspect Cleared

Updated: 09/08/2005 - Christopher Lynn Matthew was released from Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail after DNA tests prove he was not responsible for a rape.

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Mississippi Family Calls Fluvanna Home

Updated: 09/08/2005 - People have donated money, supplies, and some are even opening their houses. One family that just arrived to Fluvanna, which will be their new home.

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Day Two in Murder Trial

Updated: 09/08/2005 - The jury continues to weight evidence in a Charlottesville murder trial

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Serial Rapist Lead in Waynesboro

Updated: 09/08/2005 - Not all doors are closed in the investigation into the serial rapist. Police in Waynesboro say they have their own person of interest in the investigation

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Salinas Murder Trial Begins

Updated: 09/08/2005 - The first day of trial begins for a man accused of murder in Charlottesville.

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Katrina Shucks Oyster Industry

Updated: 09/08/2005 - The Gulf of Mexico is home to 80% of the oysters grown in the United States alone, and when Katrina came ashore, it wiped out some of those oyster beds, causing consumers to be alarmed.

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Kettle Bells Ring to Help Katrina Victims

Updated: 09/08/2005 - The Salvation Army is taking their familiar Christmas kettle bells one step further. Starting Wednesday, bell ringers will collect donations for Hurricane Katrina victims at Fashion Square Mall.

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Rolling Stones Concert Parking

Updated: 09/08/2005 - The Rolling Stones are heading to town on October 6, and UVA has come up with a lottery system to ease parking issues for the concert.

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New Orleans Mayor Orders Everyone Out

Updated: 09/07/2005 - New Orleans mayor, Ray Nagin, orders everyone to evacuate the city, while relief is continuing as gallons of water are pumped out of the city.

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