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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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Buses Send Aid to Storm Victims

Updated: 09/07/2005 - Two buses and one rental truck left for Diamond Head, MS to deliver over 20,000 pounds of water, food, clothes, medical supplies and more, but what they are bringing back may be even more astonishing.

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Millions of Children in Homes With Loaded Guns

Updated: 09/07/2005 - A loaded gun and a child in your home; it can be a deadly combination. Which is why it may surprise you to hear that nearly two million children in the U.S. live in homes with loaded guns.

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John Roberts Confirmation Pushed Back

Updated: 09/07/2005 - Despite two days of ceremony marking the passing of Chief Justice William Rehnquist, the President moved quickly to nominate his replacement.

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Pegasus Flying High

Updated: 09/07/2005 - With today's gas prices tapping in at $3, or even more; motorists are paying about $30 to fill an average size car once a week. To Pegasus, that's nothing. Its crew fills up every couple hours.

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Judge Awards Rape Suspect Bond

Updated: 09/07/2005 - A judge awarded the 27-year-old suspect in a rape case bond, but commonwealth attorney appeals.

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Charlottesville Fire Chief Reports From Mississippi

Updated: 09/08/2005 - One firefighter is giving more than just his time to the relief effort. This man using the Charlottesville Fire Department's equipment is opening up lines of communication that have been shut down since the storm ended.

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Rape Suspect Caught

Updated: 09/08/2005 - A man suspected of raping a UVA student over the weekend sits behind bars tonight. Charlottesville Police are looking into whether this rape could be tied to several others.

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