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So many doctors are leaving Lewis Gale Clinic- the clinic looks for a way to stop the mass exodus.
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Have you seen this teenager- The search is on for the missing girl.
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Meet a couple that's awaiting the arrival of septuplets. It's pretty rough on the mom.
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And learn why these rats may help paralyzed people to walk again.
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President Clinton prepares for his seventh and final State of the Union Address- He promises it will be a memorable one.

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Good Evening.
William Jefferson Clinton will address the nation at nine tonight- It is the last State of the Union Address of his presidency- Lee Cowan has more on what we can expect.
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It will be the first time in two years the Presidents State of the Union wont be overshadowed by Monica Lewinsky.
The scandal broke just before the speech in 1998. The president was on trial dor lying about it in 1998.

This year, it is a nostalgic President who will take the podium for the 8TH and LAST time, not for a farewell, he says, but for another push forward. CLINTON In many ways in the sweep and the depth of the proposals that I will make to the Congress and the country in the State of the Union, are arguably the most far reaching since the very first one I made.
Near the top of the agenda will be a package of tax cuts -- amounting to some 350 billion dollars over the next ten years.
It will include deductions up to $10-thousand dollars for college tuition government matched retirement savings accounts, and an increase in the deductions allowed for two income families an ambitious package for a man with only a year left in office. ALAN LICHTMAN. POLITICAL ANALYST: Its a free shot. He can say whatever he wants, it really doesnt mater at this point, he can think big, he can think boldly, he can put out his wish list, hes not going to get it anyway.
Thats up to the Republicans. SEN. TRENT LOTT, SENATE MAJORITY LEADER: In our co-equal branches of government, he proposes, we dispose!
A function even more obvious when Congress is poised to begin an election year SEN. TRENT LOTT, SENATE MAJORITY LEADER: Well work together on some areas, we have to, hes still the President, and Im still the Majority Leader and were still the Senate, and well try to find common ground where we can. LEE COWAN: The election isnt far from the Presidents mind either. Many of his health care proposals will likely mirror Al Gores - a candidate who will enjoy the benefit of a national TV audience tonight, who will all see him sitting right behind the man he hopes to replace. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Capitol Hill.))

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Congressman Virgil Goode will listen to the address as an Independent, but not before deciding which party caucus he will join.
Three days after announcing he would run as an Independent, Goode said he's joining the House Republican Caucus.
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The capitol announcement came alongside House Speaker Dennis Hastert and Senator John Warner.
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The move means Goode will take part in G-O-P policy sessions and get committee assignments from the Republicans.


Goode now has a seat on the House Appropriations Committee.
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Dick Gephart, the leader of the House Democrats, said Goode's decision shows he "buckled under to Republican threats to redistrict his seat out from under him."


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The condition is becoming critical at the Lewis-Gale Clinic.
News-7 has learned the clinic is going to take big steps this weekend ... trying to stop the flow of doctors departing from the clinic ... and this COULD result in a change in the clinic's ownership.
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Scott Goldberg has been following the story and has details tonight from our newsroom.
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Jean ... the clinic's problems got worse yesterday when 10 anesthesiologists joined the 18 other doctors who resigned earlier this month.
Now ... News-7 has confirmed ... the clinic is going to enter serious talks this weekend with its parent company PhyCor ... looking for ways to keep the clinic operating -- and keep additional doctors from leaving.
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It starts tonight.
The clinic is calling a special meeting with its board of directors.
Then ... tomorrow ... We're told a top-level PhyCor executive will come to Salem.
He's coming to town for what's being called "serious and critical" negotiations.
In those talks ... the clinic will consider "all options" for the clinic's future.
That includes a possible change in ownership ... and one option is cutting the clinic's ties to PhyCor.
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PhyCor is at the heart of these doctors' departure.
They have accused that Nashville-based company of mismanaging their practices.
Most of those doctors who quit have said THEY want to stay in this area.
Tonight ... the hope at Lewis-Gale is talks with PhyCor this weekend will stabilize the clinic so it can keep serving its patients.
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Jean.

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Pulaski County authorities are searching for a 16-year-old girl who's been missing for nearly two days.
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Tara Rose Munsey, a Radford High School junior, was last seen leaving work at the Taco Bell in Fairlawn around seven Tuesday night.
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Her car was found abandoned in the parking lot with her dinner still sitting in the driver's seat.
Authorities say there were no signs of struggle, but they're calling the disappearance "suspicious."
Today, state police searched by helicopter for signs of Munsey, but found no leads in aerial searches or in interviews.
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People in eastern Virginia and North Carolina are still digging out today, two days after a winter storm dumped up to two feet of snow.
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And, it's unlikely to go anywhere soon. The National Weather Service in Raleigh said high temperatures should stay near freezing with lows dipping into the teens over the next couple of days.
A few flights have finally taken off from Raleigh-Durham's airport.
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A fuel spill and layoffs ... at the same company on the same day. The details are just ahead on News 7 at 5.
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And a university remembers the students who died in a dormitory fire. That story is next.
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Thousands of Seton Hall Students came out today to remember three students killed in last week's dorm fire.
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Students and relatives filed into the gymnasium not far from the dorm gutted by the fire- Three freshmen were killed in the blaze.
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((WE HAVE BEEN IN TOTAL FEAR, SHOCK, DISBELIEF AND SORROW AND NUMBNESS. AT THE SAME TIME WE HAVE FOUND RELIEF, HOPE FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE IN THIS COMMUNITY.))
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Investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the fire.
Meanwhile, the University President has moved from his campus apartment into the 48 year old dorm-

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Kids and teachers who hate the S-O-L tests may want to share the pain.
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Patrick County delegate Barnie Day does.
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He has a bill that would require the nine members of the State Board of Education to take them just like the kids-- and publicly release their grades.
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Board President Kirk Schroder calls Day's bill a "stunt."
But Schroder took the tests himself last year.
We asked how he did.
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((KIRK SCHRODER/VIRGINIA BD. OF EDUCATION: I'M NOT AN ALGEBRA TWO PERSON. SO I BARELY GOT ALONG WITH THAT. I'VE HAD BIOLOGY, AND I'VE HAD CHEMISTRY, AND I THOUGHT EARTH SCIENCE WAS PRETTY GOOD. AND THE ENGLISH WERE PRETTY STRAIGHTFORWARD. SO REALLY THE MATH, THE HIGHER MATH, WAS MY ONLY BRUSHING UP THAT I NEED TO DO.))
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Schroder says he did pass through the eighth grade tests.
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It would mandate "one minute of silent meditation, prayer, or reflection" in every school in Virginia, every day.


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A state Senate committee referred that bill out to the full Senate today on a 10 to 4 vote.
It's a local option now.
In Chesterfield County, they have a moment of silence, but the teacher says nothing about prayer.

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The A-C-L-U believes the bill may be UNconstitutional as it's worded now.
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((RICHARD FERRIS/VIRGINIA ACLU: WE DO NOT OPPOSE MOMENTS OF SILENCE IN GENERAL. WE THINK THAT A RELIGIOUSLY NEUTRAL MOMENT OF SILENCE WOULD BE PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE. HOWEVER, ONE THAT PROMOTES RELIGIOUS PURPOSES, WE WOULD HAVE TO TAKE ISSUE WITH.))
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Current Virginia law allows any child to pray alone or with other students -- as long as school officials don't get involved.
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Cleanup crews are still working to contain a diesel fuel spill in the James River in Lynchburg.
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Around four this morning, a forklift apparently ran into a tractor trailer at the Griffin Pipe plant, rupturing its fuel tank.
More than 750 gallons of diesel spilled into a nearby storm drain which empties into the river.
Contractors were called in to contain the fuel in the river and remove it.
Cleanup was expected to take at least a day.
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In a related story today, Griffin Pipe announced it will cut its Lynchburg workforce by 85 jobs between now and the end of March.
The reduction comes in the company's pipe fittings operation.
Those jobs are moving to Mexico.

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E-this and E-that. Sometimes it seems there's too much to take in on the web. But Patrick Evans knows some people who can help making surfing a little easier.
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The Internet can be a scary and overwhelming, especially if your trying to find something specific but don't know where to look.
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Patrick Evans has a couple of terrific resources that will make your web-surfing easier and more fun, and he's here to highlight these new publications today.
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Therapy to help paralyzed people walk again? Still ahead on Healthcheck, researchers say they're getting closer.
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And meet a couple that's getting closer ... to being the parents of septuplets.
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Another child has apparently died after suffocating on a plastic Pokemon toy, this time in Indiana.
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A four-month-old baby was reportedly found dead in a crib two days agao, with a plastic Pokemon ball -- the kind that splits in half -- covering her nose and mouth.
Two Indiana television stations report the toy was similar to the one recalled by Burger King last month, after a 13-month-old toddler in California was found dead .. with half of the plastic ball over her nose and mouth.
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Scientists may have found a way to use gene therapy to help paralyzed people walk again .. but it's not going to happen right away.
Richard Roth has the story from London.
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(((London, England) NARR: SCIENTISTS FROM EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES WRITING IN NATURE MAGAZIN HAVE IDENTIFIED A GENE THAT BLOCKS INJURED CELLS IN THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD FROM RE-GROWING CONNECTIONS -- THAT ALLOW NERVE IMPULSES TO TRAVEL THROUGH THE BODY.
IN SOME EXPERIMENTS WITH RATS, PARALYSIS HAS BEEN REVERSED BY NEUTRALIZING THE EFFECTS OF THE GENE.
THE GENE'S BEEN NAMED "NO-GO." COUNTERING ITS EFFECT COULD BE A KEY TO EVENTUALLY HELPING PEOPLE PARALYZED BY STROKES OR SPINAL CORD INJURIES.

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The expectation over a period of time is that people might be able to gain partial or optimistically full function of the damaged spinal chord in the case of spinal injuries
NARR: ACTOR CHRISTOPHER REEVE'S FOUNDATION HELPED FUND SOME OF THE U-S RESEARCH INTO "NO-GO," HE BELIEVES IT'S ONE OF A SERIES OF ADVANCES THAT WILL SOMEDAY ALLOW HIM TO WALK AGAIN.
ROTH ON CAMERA CLOSE: MANY SCIENTISTS ARE MORE CAUTIOUS. THEY'RE CALLING THIS A LANDMARK STEP -- BUT ON WHAT'S STILL A VERY LONG ROAD. RICHARD ROTH, CBS NEWS, LONDON.))

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A couple that lost a 21 month old daughter two years ago ... is hoping some new arrivals will help ease their pain: SEVEN new arrivals.
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Ivette Zapata-Smalls and her husband Fred Smalls are expecting septuplets in March.
Ivette has been hospitalized for three weeks at a New Jersey hospital. Doctors are hoping to get her to 27 to 28 weeks before delivery.
If that happens, the babies have a 75 per cent chance of survival.
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The couple is aware of the risks Ivette herself faces.
Mrs. Zapata-Smalls has already had a kidney stone and two episodes of blood clots.
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Welcome everybody to your Thursday night ticker. We begin down under
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at the Australian Open where the men's marquee semi-final matchup was settled over night with Pete Sampras battling Andre Agassi.
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Sampras was hoping to win, advance and move on to his 13th grand slam title. And at time he was unbeatable as he recorded 37 service aces and won two of the first three sets. But Agassi, is playing better than anyone in the world right now. He won the next set 7-to-6 to tiee the match, and then dominated the fifth and final set 6-1 to advance to the men's finals.
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The Virginia Cavaliers won their 14th game of the season last night beating Flordia State 86-to-81.
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Senior guard Donald Hand led the way with a game high 28 points last night. Hand got plenty of help as three other Cavs hit in double digits. UVa has now equalled its win total from all of last season. The Cavs plays Wake Forest Sunday at one right here on WDBJ-7.
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The Radford Highlanders return home to the Dedmon center tonight for a Big South battle with High Point. The Highlanders are still unbeaten in the conference with a We will have highlights of this game tonight on News 7 at 11.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, Steve Mason will have a very special edition of Roundhouse Wrapup as the Star City braces itself for John Brophy's final visit to the Civic Center. Join us for that and more tonight at six. Take care everybody. [gp to break]

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Finally, the house may have the odds ... but once in a while, somebody can win big.
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A Las Vegas woman hit the jackpot last night .. to the tune of 34 point nine million dollars.
She didn't have to throw too many silver dollars in ... playing the slot machines for just a short time. The total, almost 35 million, is a record for slot machine winnings.
The Desert Inn set her up in one of its top suites, complete with champagne and caviar, and even with all those new millions, she didn't have to pay.
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