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Carpenter In Court Today

The man accused of locking down Albemarle County School after he showed up on that school’s grounds with a knife says he’s still seeking legal representation.

Nineteen-year-old Matthew Aaron Carpenter appeared before a judge earlier today.

Albemarle County Police say Carpenter, a former student of AHS, walked onto the school's campus last Monday with a knife, causing a lock down.

Police say Carpenter didn't make any threats, but he was still charged with trespassing and having a weapon on school property.

Carpenter is due back in court next month.

Male Birth Control A Possibility

(Metro) A reversible birth control shot for men could be available less than three years from now.

Researchers are developing a substance that has the same effect as a vasectomy, but it isn't permanent.

They're testing the shots on baboons and so far, the substance seems to prevent pregnancy.

The next step is to flush it out of the male baboons, then see if they're able to get females pregnant.

Researchers say the substance, called Vasalgel, could be available for people as soon as 2017.

AG's Office to Assist Va. Inmates' Re-Entry

The Virginia attorney general's office is creating a statewide coordinator to prepare local inmates for their return to society and help them find support services.

Adrian Peterson Indictment Sparks Big Debate about Corporal Punishment

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was indicted on one count of reckless injury to a child in Montgomery, Texas for hitting his four year old son with a tree branch. Peterson says it's the way he was raised, and others, including Charles Barkley, have said similar things. It's sparked a huge debate about when punishment turns to child abuse.

CENTRAL VIRGINIA SPORTS

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'Hoo to Know: Quin Blanding

First year safety Quin Blanding said after each of his first two collegiate games that he was a little nervous before the first snap.

'Hoos Earn Second Straight OT Win

The Virginia field hockey team won in overtime for the second game in a row, topping Rutgers 4-3 on Sunday at Turf Field.

'Hoos Open ACC Play by Shutting Out Hokies

Virginia's men's soccer team beat Virginia Tech 1-0 Friday night as it started ACC play.

@FNEFootball Scoreboard -- September 12

Final scores from all 15 Central Virginia teams in action Friday night, September 12th.

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

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Al Qaeda in India apparently botches first terror attack, reports say

The newly-formed branch of Al Qaeda in India apparently screwed up its first attempt at a terror attack after militants mistook a Pakistani naval ship for a U.S. aircraft carrier last week.

Merkel: Russia must withdraw troops from Ukraine for peace plan to work

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Russia must withdraw its troops from Ukraine for a peace plan there to work.

Scotland independence referendum: Young Scots favor break from UK

Across Scotland, dinner table talk is getting heated as families argue over how to vote in Scotland's independence referendum. A generation gap has opened up, with younger voters more inclined to back independence and their elders tending to say they want to remain in the United Kingdom.

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