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Cedar waxwing babies squawk for their supper
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Science has told us a lot about what climate change will mean for people, but less is known about how a warming planet will impact wild animals. Already, staffers at a wildlife sanctuary in Nelson County report one big change that’s taking a toll on everything they do. Sandy Hausman has that story.
Members of UVA's Muslim Students Association hosted a meet and greet on Charlottesville's downtown mall
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Scientists say a family of chemicals known as PFAS poses long-term dangers to human health.
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