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Ten more doctors- -all anesthesiologists- -quit Lewis Gale.

News 7 has the latest on the Clinic shakeup.
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And a county firefighter accused of attempted murder shares the courtroom with his wife- -the woman he allegedly tried to kill.
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Tonight on News 7 sports, the Express gets one of its regulars back on the ice. It's a big night for college hoops in the state.
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And Stephen Davis, the Skins all-pro runner is still searching for a new and improved contract with Washington.
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Big time "bundle up" forecast as temperatures slip to the teens and single digits. And we will toss in a Wednesday WeatherSchool as well.
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[Lewis-Gale]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The official line is: This won't hurt much.
But news today that another 10 doctors are departing from the Lewis-Gale Clinic is raising a whole new round of questions about the clinic's stability -- and its ability to provide medical care.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Scott/Newsroom]


Scott Goldberg has been tracking this story and has more tonight from our newsroom.
[Live= Scott Full/Newsroom]
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Keith, this time it's a group of anesthesiologists leaving -- once again blaming what they say are bad management practices of the Lewis-Gale Clinic's parent company.
The clinic's board of directors is meeting tomorrow to talk about all these doctors leaving -- and how this latest round of departures will affect negotiations with doctors who left earlier this month.
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(( What could hurt Lewis-Gale Clinic PATIENTS the most is the resignation of 14 family practice doctors. Today was the unofficial target date for reaching a deal that would let them keep practicing medicine in the area.
Now ... negotiations won't likely end before the middle of next week. [pre pro] Today's departure involves 10 anesthesiologists: Lynn Carter .... Joe Clark ... Christopher Cordero ... James Elton .... Jeffery Forbes ... Gennard Lanzara ... Alvis Perry .... Daniel Podeschi ... Daniel Summerlin ... and Roger Wesley.


The lawyer representing them says they're still looking at their options.))
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[Live= Scott Full/Newsroom]


Now, a total of 28 doctors have left the clinic this month.
32 have left since December.
And tonight there's speculation in the medical community that this is not the last round of resignations from the clinic.
Still ... a clinic spokeswoman said THIS round of layoffs is different, it's something they saw coming -- that it's rare for a clinic to have its own anesthesiology department anyway.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Scott/Newsroom]


Keith.
(KEITH QUESTION): But if all 10 anesthesiologists are leaving, won't this affect doctors performing surgeries?


(SCOTT): Not for 90 days. The resigning anesthesiologists had to give a three-month notice before leaving.
After that, the clinic will have to recruit new doctors.
And the official line is this will not hurt patient care ... but with so many doctors leaving ... and negotiations so far not producing results ... sources in the medical community are asking tonight: How many more doctors can this clinic afford to lose.


[Casteel]


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A Roanoke County firefighter stands accused of trying to kill his wife.
Husband and wife made a joint appearance today... in court.
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((
The suspect arrived handcuffed in leg irons and prison clothes from the regional jail in Dublin.
The alleged victim was there, asking that the protective order issued earlier be extended in the event Phillip Casteel makes bond.
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((THE VICTIM IS VERY CONCERNED ABOUT HIM AND HIS PRIOR CONDUCT. THE CONDUCT INVOLVED TAMPERING WITH THE BRAKE SYSTEM ON AN AUTOMOBILE.))
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Apparently Kimberly Casteel was able to stop the vehicle. That was January 13th. The incident produced an attempted murder charge and three counts of child neglect, because the brake tampering allegedly endangered the three children.
Two of them are Casteel's. The third is a step child.
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((HIS PLAN WOULD BE, JUDGE, THAT, IF YOU WILL ESTABLISH A BOND FOR HIM, HE WILL GO AND LIVE WITH HIS FATHER IN ROANOKE COUNTY.))
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The judge set bond at 25-thousand dollars and ordered Casteel not to have any contact with Kimberly OR the children.
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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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Casteel has made more than one statement to investigators, and authorities are still interviewing potential witnesses, talking to members of the Clearbrook Fire and Rescue Squad, for example where Casteel was a paid firefighter.
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Casteel was arrested on the job Monday- -at the Mount Pleasant Fire station.









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Police believe the cold weather has claimed the life of a Danville man - who was found dead in the snow today.
They think he died of exposure.
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Officers went looking for 86-year-old Elbert Tapley yesterday, after he was reported missing.
His son found the body this morning, just a hundred yards from the elderly man's house on Piney Forest Road.
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The weather is still producing schedule changes for schools dealing with the snow.
You see the latest announcements on your screen right now, and every half hour throughout the evening.
Several churches have also cancelled services for tonight.
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For that information, and the latest school information as it comes in, you can check our homepage at WDBJ-7-dot-com.

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A Roanoke Valley mall has new owners - who say big changes are on the way.
The story just ahead.
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And it was once a rumor scoffed at by scholars and historians.
But today - at Monticello - support for the claim that Thomas Jefferson fathered the children of a slave.
The latest, coming up.
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Roanoke Parks and recreation programs are in the spotlight at the Civic Center tonight.
But it's the future of Victory Stadium that is attracting most of the attention.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Microwave]


Joe Dashiell is in the exhibition hall tonight with more on that controversial proposal.
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[Tanglewood]


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It's a done deal.
Tanglewood Mall went up on the auction block and landed where it was expected.
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The mall's now owned by a company out of Boston, called Heritage Realty.
A vice president says Heritage paid just under 40-million dollars for the 45-acre property.
He wouldn't get into specifics ... but said to look for "big changes" in the next six to 12 months.
The first priority is getting a new major "anchor" tenant -- probably a department store.
Tanglewood went up for auction after it went into foreclosure earlier this month.
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Hundreds of laid off Tultex workers crowded a job fair in Franklin County, but they say there are not enough jobs to go around. Many of these former textile workers are middle-aged, forced to compete against twentysomethings for a paycheck. Tina Tenret shows us how they do it.
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The only job Ellen Wright has ever held was at Tultex. Now, after thirty-one years, she's out of work. So she shops herself to Franklin County companies at a job fair.
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In the past two years, about two thousand people in Franklin County lost their jobs. Last month alone -- Tultex laid off another two thousand people in Martinsville and Henry County.
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After Tultex, Valerie Kidd refuses to gamble on another factory job. She's cashing in on the government's offer to pay for school. Meantime, Ellen Wright has struck gold -- a job recruiter for people over 50, who will train her on computers.
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((ELLEN WRIGHT/FORMER TULTEX EMPLOYEE: I'M GOING TO FILL OUT ALL THESE APPLICATIONS BEFORE I LEAVE. THAT'D BE A GOOD IDEA. WE'D LOVE TO HAVE YOU. butt butt butt TINA TENRET/NEWS7: THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CONSORTIUM SAYS IT WILL PLAN ANOTHER JOB FAIR BASED ON THE FEEDBACK IT GETS HERE. BUT A ROANOKE AGENCY, TOTAL ACTION AGAINST POVERTY, IS PLANNING ANOTHER JOB FAIR FOR APRIL. TINA TENRET NEWS7 FRANKLIN COUNTY))
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Investors returned to blue-chip names and away from technology upstarts. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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New information has come to light in a presidential sex scandal.. this one nearly 200 years old.
For the first time, the foundation in charge of preserving Thomas Jefferson's legacy now admits that Jefferson likely fathered children with his slave Sally Hemings.
Steve Smallshaw has more from Charlottesville.
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(( The revelation did not shake Monticello from its foundation, but the findings are eye- opening nonetheless.
After reviewing D-N-A tests, oral family histories and written documentation, scholars now believe what had been rumored for years.
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((DAN JORDAN/TJ MEMORIAL FOUNDATION: NOW WE DO BELIEVE THERE WAS A RELATIONSHIP, LONGSTANDING, BETWEEN THOMAS JEFFERSON AND SALLY HEMINGS.))
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That relationship apparently produced at least one and probably all six of Hemings' children.
Those that survived bore a strong physical resemblance to Jefferson.. and enjoyed greater freedoms than other slaves at Monticello.
Beyond that, very little is known about the Jefferson- Hemings relationship.
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((DIANN SWANN- WRIGHT/RESEARCH COMMITTEE: I WISH THAT I COULD SAY WHAT TYPE OF RELATIONSHIP IT WAS. I KNOW THAT IT WAS A RELATIONSHIP THAT LED TO THE FREEDOM OF ALL OF SALLY HEMINGS'S CHILDREN WHO LIVED TO ADULTHOOD, AND I THINK THAT THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.))
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And scholars say so does Jefferson's legacy as one of America's Founding Fathers.
The Hemings story will be added to the presentation given to visitors at Jefferson's home.. how they interpret the information is up to them.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Charlottesville.))

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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, the Express gets a scare and some help all ion the same day. The Redskins and Stephen David take a break on contract negotiations.
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And some superstars invaded the Super Bowl stage today to introduce their brand new web site. Details are coming up in sports.
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[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express is preparing for two weekend games when Greensboro and Hampton Roads come to the Star City.
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The team got a scare today in practice. Mike Peron injured his left hand when he hit the boards but it's only a bruise and he should be OK.
The Express welcomed Calvin Elfring back today from his recent call up. Roanoke is still without Kris Cantu, Joe Murphy and Dieon DelMonte.
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Tomorrow, Round House Wrap up finally returns to the WDBJ air ways. Be sure to check out the latest ice notes tomorrow at six o'clock.

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Saturday night is also NASCAR night with Your Hometown Station at the Roundhouse as Winston Cup star Rick Mast invades the Roanoke Civic center to sign autographs and meet with area hockey and racing fans. Mast will be taking part in some of the on-ice activities in between periods.
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The snow in North Carolina has forced several of tonight's scheduled ACC games to be postponed. But one game is still on tonight, the sold-out Florida State-UVa game in Charlottesville.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 7515] Your Hometown Station will have the Cavs and Seminoles tilt live for you tonight at nine right here on WDBJ-7. If nothing else, you need to tune in to check out Florida State's Nigel Dixon, the biggest man in college basketball.


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The Florida State freshman checks in at six feet ten inches tall and he weighs 380 pounds. That's tonight at 9 on WDBJ-7.


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Two big games in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference are also on tap for tonight. Unbeaten and number one ranked Hampden-Sydney is in Lexington taking on Washington & Lee. The Tigers are 16 and -0. And Roanoke College, hosts long time rival Emory & Henry tonight at the Bast Center in a seven o'clock tipoff. We'll have highlights of both games tonight on News 7 at 11.


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The Washington Redskins have decided to keep the one coach that most fans figured they would get rid of first. LeCharls McDaniel, the team's special teams coach has been under pressure all season, but the Skins said today he will be back next season.
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The Redskins also hope to hang on to running back Stephen Davis. The team and Davis's agent have suspended contract talks until after the Super Bowl. The 'Skins have offered Davis a five year deal worth $20 million dollars. Davis is apparently seeking a 10 year contract. The Skins want to get him signed by February 10th, the day before he can officially become a free agent.
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In just a couple minutes the Dallas Cowboys are expected to name their new head coach from in-house. Owner Jerry Jones has scheduled a 6:30 newsconference in Irving, Texas to introduce Dave Campo as the team's new coach. He is currently the Cowboys' defensive coordinator and will replace Chan Gailey.


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The Super Bowl hype and preparation this week is not just limited to the players and coaches.
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This afternoon in Atlanta, MVP dot com brought out the big guns to introduce their new web site and discuss the commercial they will air during the big game on Sunday. The web site allows you to buy everything from sports equipment to apparel. The advisory board consists of Elway, Jordan and Gretzky.
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A new study is finding teenagers in rural America use drugs more then adolescents living in urban areas. It found rural teens are more likely to use cocaine and methamphetamines. However, that doesn't seem to be the case in Roanoke and surrounding rural areas.
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((KATIE ZAWACKI: BASICALLY ACROSS THE BOARD THEY ARE BASICALLY THE SAME PERCENTAGE OF DRUG USE AND THE USE IS GENERALLY ALCOHOL.))
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We'll hear more from Zawacki about the study and what it might mean to your teenagers - tonight on News 7 at 11.





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