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Just ahead on News 7 at 5, the grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez get on another plane. This time they expect to see him.
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And ten more doctors are leaving Lewis-Gale Clinic.
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Working another bitterly cold forecast tonight with readings in the single digits. Details ahead.

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On Healthcheck, who's more like to start using drugs ... city teens or country ones?
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And oh, those bad hair days. A new study suggests they can affect you more than you might think.
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Another exodus of doctors from the Lewis-Gale Clinic.
10 more doctors are leaving, for a reason we've heard before.
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Scott Goldberg has details this afternoon from our newsroom.
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Jean, tonight the number of doctors leaving the Lewis-Gale Clinic jumped to 28 -- and that's only in the last month.


The entire anesthesiology department is resigning.
And once again they're blaming PhyCor, the Clinic's parent company, of mismanagement.
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The anesthesiology department has 10 doctors:
Lynn Carter .... Joe Clark ... Christopher Cordero ... James Elton .... Jeffery Forbes ... Gennard Lanzara ... Alvis Perry .... Daniel Podeschi ... Daniel Summerlin ... and Roger Wesley.
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Earlier this month 18 doctors resigned -- 14 of those are family practice doctors.
They're still negotiating a way out of their contracts.
Tonight a spokeswoman for the clinic says the departing anesthesiologists certainly are a concern -- but says unlike the family practitioners, these doctors leaving won't have a direct effect on patient care.
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A fireman charged with trying to kill his wife may get out of jail- -pending trial, but he won't be allowed to have anything to do with his wife and children.
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The judge set bond today for Phillip Casteel.
His wife, Kimberly, had already gotten a protective order- -after Casteel allegedly tampered with the brakes on the family van.
She was in court today, asking the judge to extend the protective order to keep her husband away from her.
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((TOM BLAYLOCK/CASTEEL'S ATTORNEY: I KNEW THE COURT WOULD, IF WE WERE ASKING FOR BOND TODAY, THE COURT WOULD CONTINUE THAT ORDER, SO WE JUST READILY AGREED TO IT. AND THAT'S JUST TO ENSURE THAT HE DOESN'T HAVE ANY CONTACT WITH HER OR THE CHILDREN UNTIL THIS THING'S SORTED OUT. SO WE'RE NOT GOING TO CONTEST THIS.))
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The judge set bond at 25-thousand dollars.
Because Casteel is also accused of child neglect- -for endangering the children with the brake tampering- -he's not allowed to have anything to do with them once he gets out.
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Yesterday's winter storm is being blamed for at least one death in Virginia.
An elderly Danville man was found dead today, about one hundred yards from his house.
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Police say Elbert Tapley was buried under the snow in some woods off Piney Forest Road.
His son found the body this morning.
Police started looking for the 86-year old man yesterday afternoon, when he was reported missing.
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The east coast is still recovering from the storm .. that brought things to a standstill from the Carolinas to New England.
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Airports are slowly reopening .. but some flights are still delayed and cancelled.
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Eastern North Carolina was one of the hardest-hit areas. And as plows work to clear roads, they have used most of the state's winter supply of road salt.
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Tens of thousands of people are still without power in the Carolinas. Some may not get it back until the weekend.


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As you probably noticed, some school districts are already closing down for the rest of the week. We will run the latest delays and cancellations throughout the evening and again tomorrow morning.
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There are also many churches cancelling services tonight. We have those announcements on our Internet page .. WDBJ7-dot-com.
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The long awaited reunion is taking place today.
While the grandmothers prepare to meet with their grandson, some of the boy's Miami relatives are in Washington fighting to keep him.
Teresa Estacio brings us up to date.
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(( Finally--after months of seeing him on TV--the grandmothers of six-year old Elian Gonzalez finally get to see him in person.
Raquel Rodriguez and Mariela Quintana are meeting with Elian privately -- on decidedly neutral ground -- here at the home of a Roman Catholic nun. This, after the Justice Department ordered the Miami relatives to make Eilan available for a visit with his grandmothers. The reunion is being held in an upstairs room ... without Elian's Miami family present ... but with the assurance that this is not a ploy to send the child back to Cuba. Sister Jeanne O'Laughlin/ President, Barry University: There is no way I would allow anything like that or be part of anything like that. If that could happen in Cuba -- I know not. But it will not and cannot happen here. Even though Elian's Miami relatives complied with the order, they are upset that Monday's planned meeting at their home fell through. Spencer Eig/Miami family attorney: "The Cuban officials have been trying to block the meeting. They did not want the grandmothers to see how well Elian is doing at home. They did not want the world to see what a nice reception Elian would receive." Elian's plight remains a hot topic on Capital Hill. One of the boy's Miami cousins met with Senator Connie Mack today. Mack and others are pushing a bill through Congress that would grant Elian U-S citizenship. Georgiana Sid/Elian's cousin:We came to Washington to fight for Elian's rights and for that to be heard. He doesn't want to go back. But for these grandmothers, citizenship is not an option. For them -- the only solution is returning Elian to Cuba .. to be with them and his father. TERISA ESTACIO, CBS NEWS, MIAMI.))

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Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings ... new research leads to a "highly likely" conclusion. The details are still ahead.
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And what led to this deadly plane crash? As hearings get underway ... the co-pilot tells what he remembers.
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New information about that deadly American Airlines crash in Arkansas last year.
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The National Transportation Safety Board released a transcript of a cockpit conversation as it opened three days of hearings-
It also showed animation as the MD-82 came in for a landing- sliding of the runway and slamming into steel girders.

Eleven people were killed including the Captain.
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((FROM THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER WE UNDERSTAND THERE WAS NO BRAKING ACTION TIL ELEVEN SECONDS AFTER TOUCHDOWN. WITH 3-THOUSAND FEET OF RUNWAY REMAINING. WE ALSO NOTE THAT THE GROUND SPOILERS THAT TYPICALLY DEPLOY AT TOUCHDOWN DID NOT IN THIS CASE DEPLOY.))
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The Co-pilot testified that they received warnings about poor conditions but he said they had the airport in sight and did not see anything wrong.
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((MICHAEL ORIGEL/CO-PILOT: WE COULD SEE THE RUNWAY AND THE R AND R REPORT THAT WE RECEIVED DID NOT CONCUR WITH WHAT WE WERE SEEING.))
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The co-pilot also told the N-T-S-B that he had been on duty more than 13 hours when the accident happened. [07 plus pad]
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Former Tultex employees flocked to a Franklin County job fair today.
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Valerie Kidd lost her job this winter when Tultex declared bankruptcy. Now she's steering clear of the factory jobs, to train instead for a medical career.
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The Virginia Employment Commission says about two thousand Franklin County residents got pink slips in the past two years. Ellen Wright spent 31 years at Tultex. She says even at this job fair, few companies have openings.
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What are the prospects for people who lose their jobs in their fifties?
We'll show you tonight on News7 at Six.

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A report out today has confirmed what many have believed for centuries.. that Thomas Jefferson DID father six children with one of his slaves, Sally Hemings.
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D-N-A results released in 1998 had linked the Jefferson and Hemings families, but could not determine which Jefferson was responsible.
Now a research committee says those tests combined with written documents and oral histories show it's "highly likely" Thomas Jefferson was the father.
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((DAN JORDAN/TJ MEMORIAL FOUNDATION: WE COUCH THIS IN TERMS OF `HIGHLY LIKELY' OR STRONG LIKELIHOOD BECAUSE, AGAIN, WE DON'T THINK THE EVIDENCE PERMITS ANYONE TO SAY THAT THERE IS A 100 PERCENT CONCLUSIVE CASE.))
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From Saturday morning cartoons to the weekday classroom, educational jingles from your childhood are making a comeback...
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Remember watching Saturday morning cartoons, and singing along to those "Schoolhouse Rock" songs that both entertained and educated?
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Kids in schools all around the region are getting that same experience, only through live performance, and Patrick Evans explains...
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Having a bad hair day? Still ahead on Healthcheck, it can affect some people more than you might think.
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And why is this man smiling? One year ago, he had one hand. He's much happier with two.
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"Bad hair days." Most of us know what they're like.
But a new study suggests those days can take a greater toll than we might think.
Cathy Moss has the story.
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"It means today. Winter in New York. I mean snow and wind - that's a bad hair day."
WHO KNOWS WHOEVER COINED THE TERM - BUT IT'S BECOME PART OF OUR EVERYDAY SPEECH . NOW - A PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSOR FROM YALE UNIVERSITY STUDYING THE EXPRESSION SAYS IT'S FOR REAL AND, A DAY WITH A "DREADED DO" CAN OFTEN DO A NUMBER ON HOW WE CAN NEGATIVELY FEEL OVERALL.

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Super Dr. Marianne LaFrance/ Psychology Professor Yale Univ. "Despite the notion that it seems quite trivial, quite small - what we found out was in this experiment - is that bad hair days are real - and they hurt.
ADD TO THAT - THE STUDY, BY THE WAY, SPONSORED BY PROCTOR AND GAMBLE, FINDS THAT MEN TEND TO HAVE LOWER SELF-ESTEEM, GREATER SOCIAL WITHDRAWAL AND DON'T FEEL AS SMART WHEN THEIR COIF IS NOT UP TO SNUFF.

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"Why are more men dying or coloring their hair now? Because they're as conscious of their hair as women are.."

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"What kind of day are you having? I'm having a pretty good day - except you stopping and asking me about my hair which scares me and makes me want to stop and look in a mirror like I'm having a bad day. Your hair looks fine. I was having a good hair day. Now I'm a little nervous."
STAND-UP CLOSE: 10:25:04 Cathy Moss/CBS News "So on a day when I'm doing this story I hope I'm not having that bad of a hair day. In any even is the opposite true? When you're having a really good hair day - how does that make you feel? Dr/ Lafrance says - not bad.
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Teen drug use may be more prevalent in rural areas than it is in cities.
A new study of eighth graders says adolescents in rural areas are more than twice as likely to use methaphetamines than those in urban centers.
The rural eighth graders studied are also 83 per cent more likely to use crack cocaine .. and a third more likely to smoke marijuana than their city counterparts.
The study was conducted by Columbia University.


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This is a big week for Matt Scott, who received a hand transplant one year ago.
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The New Jersey man is back in Louisville, Kentucky at Jewish Hospital .. celebrating the one year anniversary of his successful surgery.
Scott was the center of attention at a reception at the hospital. He says it's the little things that are important, like holding a drink.
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Scott's wife says he's a better dancer now .. more able to maintain his balance.

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Good afternoon everyone, it is time for our two minute ticker.
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Here's Steve Mason with another installment of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((Steve Mason:As News 7 told you first, Steve Fleshman is replacing Ernie Bradd as the commissioner of the Western District of the Virginia High School League Officials Association. The vote came down this past Sunday. Both Bradd and Fleshman are still officiating high school sports which brings us to our focus of this edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly. The High school basketball game is changing, forcing today's official to adjust his game as well.)) ((Ernie Bradd/Western District Officials Assoc.))
The feet are getting faster. Referees must be able to keep up, running the length of the floor to get in position to make the call or dealing with coaches. ((NAT SOUND:)) Ernie Bradd's successful tenure as head of the Western District officials ends in April. Bob Blankenship has dawned the zebra stripes for 20 years. Both take steps to stay in shape. ((:))
Heritage girls coach Ty Gafford took his Lady Pioneers into the playoffs this past season and is one of many coaches who takes notice of referees physical condition. ((:))
Will Sander has been officiating for 6 years. From 1962 through 65, he was the fullback for the Ohio State Buckeyes under the famous Woody Hayes. and played against the best ever. ((:))
His secret to keeping up is 20 years of morning runs, now 2 and a half miles. Does playing at the pinnacle of college football help him in refereeing? ((:))
((Some officials associations are implementing fitness programs for their referees, something that will be looked at in the future here in Virginia. Steve Mason Hometown Hoops Weekly.))

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There's one woman in Santiago, Chile, who definitely shouldn't throw stones.
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It's the actress who's agreed to live in a glass house, in the middle of the city, for two months.
She won't be alone - a male actor is keeping her company, much to the amusement of local residents.
Chileans can't believe their eyes. This unusual piece of living art has attracted huge crowds, which has paralyzed the city.
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