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Thursday, May 5, 201605/05/2016

Local Singing Contestant on “The Voice” Could Get a Second Chance

Local Singer India Simms, who previously tried out for “The Voice” reality TV show, may get a second chance. She talks about it with Les Sinclair.

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Thursday, May 5, 201605/05/2016

Why You Need A Will

James Cox, Estate Planning Attorney with MichieHamlett, explain why you need a will and a good estate plan.

No Smoking

Thursday, May 5, 201605/05/2016

FDA Set to Regulate E-Cigarettes

CBS News Correspondent, Barry Bagnato, explains to Les Sinclair what the FDA regulating e-cigarettes means to you.

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Thursday, May 5, 201605/05/2016

Albemarle School’s CoderDojo is Open for Registration

Vince Scheivert Chief Information Officer, who originated this program in 2012, the CoderDojo summer academy, with Les Sinclair. Online registration for the 2016 Summer CoderDojo Academy at Albemarle High School began this week for morning and afternoon sessions during the weeks of July 12-15 and July 19-22. Students need to reserve their space in the session in which they are interested at: http://bit.ly/1FLc2n2

Signer Mike (DZ)

Thursday, May 5, 201605/05/2016

City Mayor Talks about Blue Ribbon Commission on Race

Charlottesville City Mayor, Mike Signer, talks with Les Sinclair about the vote to appoint a Blue Ribbon Commission on race, Memorials and Public Spaces.

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Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

Cops 4 Kids Event is May 13th

Mindy Goodall, with Charlottesville Police Foundation, gives details about Cops 4 Kids Day. This year’s event will be held on Friday, May 13th, 4-6pm at the Boys & Girls Club on Cherry Avenue.

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Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

How to Protect Yourself from Lyme Disease

Virginia State Entomologist, David Gaines, talks with Les Sinclair about Lyme Disease. What it is, how to protect yourself and what to do if you get bitten by a black-legged tick.


Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

Governor’s Conference on Aging Recap

Beth Barber, Chair of the Commonwealth Council on Aging, recaps for us the Governor’s Conference on Aging that took place May 2nd, in Richmond.

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Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

Pledge for a Clean Commute and You Could Win

Sara Pennington, with RideShare, explains how your Clean Commute Pledge could win you some great prizes, along with helping the environment.

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Wednesday, May 4, 201605/04/2016

Political Analysis from Sabato’s Crystal Ball

Kyle Kondik Managing Editor Sabato’s Crystal Ball University of Virginia Center for Politics
talks with Les Sinclair about the latest in the Presidential Race political theater.

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