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On News 7 at 5, Republicans fight to end the marriage penalty. The White House says it won't happen,
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and the inspection of more Alaska Airline planes finds problems with their tail sections.
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The Warm, sunny weather was nice while it lasted. The skies will turn darker over the next few days. Details coming up.

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On Health Check, the Food and Drug Administration approves a new drug to treat a common painful condition,
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and from Blacksburg, we'll see what can be done to cut the risk of heart attack.
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((MARRIAGE IS SACRED, NOT TAXABLE))
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The fight is on in Washington to get rid of the high tax on married people.

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Everyone in Washington agrees, married people should not pay as much income tax-
But Republicans and Democrats just can't seem to agree on how much to cut those taxes-
Lisa Hughes has the latest from Capitol Hill.
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[SUPER=01-Jim Crawford/Maryland Resident;]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Jerry Weller/(R) Illinois;]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Charles Rangel/(R) New York;]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Tom Daschle/(D) South Dakota;]
[Super=01-Rep. Scott McInnis/(R) Colorado;]
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((For millions of American couples-the price of matrimony is the so-called marriage tax. Simply put--they pay more in federal taxes than they did when they were single, filing separately. Republicans point to Jim and Judy Crawford as a good example. Jim Crawford/Maryland Resident THAT MEANS THE GOVERNMENT STICKS US-IN OUR CASE-A 14-HUNDRED DOLLAR A YEAR PENALTYI LIKE TO CALL IT A FINE FOR BEING MARRIED Rep. Jerry Weller/R-Illinois WHAT BETTER GIFT THAN TO GIVE THEM BI-PARTISAN SUPPORT THAT HELPS EVERYONE WHO SUFFERS THE MARRIAGE PENALTY? The Republicans support a ten year182-billion dollar plan that cuts taxes about a thousand dollars for the average couple filing jointly. But it only benefits couples making at least 70-thousand dollars a year. Democrats argue couples that use the alternative minimum tax would be left out and the GOP plan simply costs too much. Rep. Charles Rangel/D-NY THIS IS NOT FOR MARRIED PEOPLE THEY COULD HAVE GONE TO HALLMARK IF THEY WANTED TO SOMETHING FOR VALENTINES DAY. Sen. Tom Daschle/D-South Dakota IF THEY INSIST ON A HUGE TAX CUT WHETHER ITS IN SLICES OR IN WHOLE, WERE GOING TO OPPOSE IT AS WEVE ALWAYS DONE Both parties SUPPORT a tax cut for married couples. They dont agree on the amount. And with every House seat up for grabs this fall, neither side wants to give the other bragging rights. Rep. Scott McInnis/R-Colorado WE WOULDNT DARE WANT THE REPUBLICANS TO GET CREDIT FOR BEING FAIR TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. WE GOTTA CONTINUE OUR BASH AGAINST THEM! STAND UP ON THE MERITSNOT ON ELECTION YEAR POLITICS. Lisa Hughes/ Washington THE DEMOCRATS SAY THEIR SMALLER PLAN WOULD BENEFIT LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME FAMILIES. THE GOP BILL HASNT EVEN MADE IT TO THE SENATE BUT THE PRESIDENT IS ALREADY THREATENING A VETO. LISA HUGHES. CBS NEWS. WASHINGTON.))


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Alaska Airlines has grounded two of its MD-80 jets- after finding problems with the jackscrews.
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One plane was grounded in Seattle- and another in Portland, Oregon.
Boeing has also asked Alaska Airlines and all other companies flying MD-80's to do inspections- after finding the jackscrew from the Alaska Air flight that crashed last week was damaged.
The plane plunged into the Pacific off the Southern California coast- killing all 88 people aboard.
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A scary situation at New Jersey school today.
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A student pulled a weapon- and took a teachers aid hostage- holding the aide in a school restroom.
Students were evacuated -A hostage negotiator and county swat team rushed in-
Several hours later, the 18 year old student surrendered and released the teachers aid.
The private Hampton Academy treats students with drug, alcohol or other psychiatric problems.
It's about 15 miles east of Philadelphia.
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If you own a gun- a Roanoke pastor wants you to bring that gun to his church.
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It would be part of the city's gun buyback program, once it gets underway.
Pastor Jeff Scott organized a similar effort at his old church in Ohio.
He says it can make sense to drop off violent weapons at a house of worship.
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((PASTOR JEFF SCOTT/COLONIAL AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH: A CHURCH IS THE IDEAL SPOT. IT'S NEUTRAL TERRITORY. IT'S A PLACE OF HOPE. IT'S A PLACE OF NONVIOLENCE AND TRUST. IT WOULD BE IDEAL.))
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It's not clear when Roanoke will start its federally funded program to get guns off the streets ...
Or where the drop-off points will be ...
But Scott says the religious community has an interest in helping police collect the weapons.
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((PASTOR JEFF SCOTT: THE ADVANTAGE ISN'T JUST GETTING GUNS OUT OF THE HANDS OF CRIMINALS. IT'S MAKING HOMES SAFER.))


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Roanoke's goal will be buying back 430 guns, exchanging them for 50-dollar gift certificates at local stores.
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Still to come on the newscast, a long term leader in Lynchburg says he will call it quits,
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and the actor known simply as Ernest to millions of Americans has passed away.
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Actor Jim Varney has died of lung cancer.
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The man better known as "Ernest" in movie comedies and literally thousands of commercials died today in his home in Tennessee.
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Varney had been diagnosed with lung cancer in August of 1998.
It spread to his brain last year, but it appeared lately to be in remission.
Jim Varney was 50 years old.
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Virginia authorities say he was peddling more than four thousand images of child pornography from his Culpeper home.
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But 36- year old Jessee Charles Brent is NOT all that unique in the exploding epidemic of child pornography traders on the Internet.
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((ATTORNEY MARK EARLEY: THESE ARE NOT IMAGES OF CHILDREN IN VARIOUS STAGES OF DRESS AND UNDRESS. THESE ARE IMAGES OF CHILDREN WHICH ARE BEING SEXUALLY ABUSED, IN SOME CASES VIOLENTLY SEXUALLY ABUSED.))
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((THOMAS LAMBERT/VIRGINIA COMPUTER CRIME UNIT: THEY DEAL IN IT, NOT FOR PROFIT, BUT TO BUILD THEIR OWN COLLECTION. THIS IS HOW THEY GAIN THEIR SATISFACTION. SOME PEOPLE COLLECT POKEMON CARDS. THIS IS MUCH MORE ADDICTIVE AND MUCH WORSE.))
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Brent has been charged with 91 felony counts.
Authorities are now investigating the 16-hundred and-85 individuals who traded pornographic images with Brent.
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After eight years on Lynchburg city council, Jim Whitaker says he's ready to return to private life.
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Whitaker.. who served four years as the city's mayor.. announced he will "not" seek re- election to his Ward Four seat.
The owner of two Christian book stores, Whitaker says he needs to devote more time to his business and his family.
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((JIM WHITAKER/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: WHAT I'M HEARING GOD SAY IS HE HAS OTHER THINGS FOR ME TO DO NOW. I'M NOT SURE WHAT THEY ARE JUST YET.. I KNOW THAT OUR BUSINESS WILL BE EXPANDING. I KNOW THAT MY WIFE AND I WILL POSSIBLY BE GOING ON SOME MISSION TRIPS.))
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Whitaker's departure leaves just one Republican.. Robert Garber.. on city council.
G-O-P chairman Wendell Walker says several people have expressed an interest in running for Whitaker's seat.
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In case you have forgotten, Valentine's Day is next week and Patrick Evans is standing by with a suggestion for making beautiful music for your loved one.
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Wish you could serenade your true love for Valentine's Day, but you're not much of a singer?
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Neither is Patrick Evans, but he does know four guys who will do the singing for you.
He's here with a report on a roving Barbershop Quartet that's hitting the streets on Monday.
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One of the biggest names in baseball is switching teams. Steve Mason will have the details today in Sports, and on Health check, we'll head to Blacksburg where
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Virginia Tech is proving prevention is the best medicine.
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((JIM WRIGHT/TECH CENTER DIRECTOR: IN MOST CASES EXERCISE ACTUALLY IMPROVES THE CONDITION.))
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Health Check begins today with an invitiation.
Virginia Tech is holding an open house inviting the community to improve its health.
Tonya Flory's going to tell us how New River Valley residents can get invovled.
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It's for everybody, but mainly targeted at cardiovascular health, reducing the risk of heart attack and other physical problems.
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To observe Cardiac Rehabilitation week Tech is dispelling the myth that exercise is too stressful for heart attack patients. In fact some are finding you're never too old to start.
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(((///// NAT SOUND OPEN /////) [RUNS:04] Anne Pandapas joined the theraputic exercise and community health center four years ago.
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To customize a program that is safe and effective, participants first have to have a cardiac stress test. This detects any abnormal changes in the heart and lets the patient know what level of exercise is right for them.
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((ANNE PANDAPAS/PARTICIPANT: I WASN'T A PERSON THAT LIKED TO WALK, SO I HATE IT, BUT I DO IT.)) [RUNS:05]
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Some prefer to swim, while others do strength training, but no matter what form of exercise each person is monitored and blood pressure and heart beats are checked before and after each workout session. The center recently expanded its services.
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Wright says even those in perfect shape can benefit from the center's preventative philospohy.
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((JIM WRIGHT/TECH CENTER DIRECTOR: I THINK THE BIGGEST THING WE DO IS MAKE PEOPLE FEEL BETTER, FEEL BETTER ABOUT THEMSELVES, THEY CAN START LIVING AGAIN, AND THEN PREVENT THE TYPE OF THINGS THAT CAN COMPROMISE THAT AS WELL.)) [RUNS:12]
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The open house is tomorrow morning from 7:00 until 8:30 in War Memorial Hall.

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The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new medication to treat irritable bowel syndrome.
Lotronex is the first treatment in years for the disorder which is characterized by abdominal pain and the sudden and urgent need to go to the bathroom.
Irritable bowel syndrome affects up to 15 percent of the population and is three times more common in women.
The F-D-A cautions the drug offers only modest help and is not a cure.

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The man who brought us the comic strip "Peanuts" for nearly 50 years says he is no longer able to draw.
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Charlie Brown and Snoopy creator Charles Schulz says a series of small strokes he suffered during cancer surgery last November left him unable to see properly from his left side.
The 77 year old artist says he also has difficulty speaking.
But Schulz says believes he did some of his best work during the last several years. And he says it's gratifying Peanuts meant so much to the fans.
The last original Peanuts strip will run this Sunday.
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Even though Charles Schulz is unable to continue his strip, there is a place out there for fans to get their daily dose of "Peanuts" and it's our website of the day.
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(( The folks over at the official Peanuts' site, Snoopy-dot-com, have created an excellent tribute to America's best loved comic strip.
In addition to the archives of the classic cartoons, the website has a lot to offer.
This month surfers can e-mail their loved ones a free Peanuts Valentine.
The kids can color a favorite character with the Web painting.
With some good timing and your help, Snoopy can knock the blockhead's socks off in the games section.
If you strike out at that, try testing your knowledge of Charlie Brown trivia.
Or you just may want to learn more about the man who brought us Peanuts. Charles Schulz biography is online.
And if you feel so inclined, send him an email get well wish.
That would be a good way to wrap up your time on our Website of the Day, which you can find through a link on our own home page at WDBJ7-dot-com. I'm Patrick Evans.))

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your two minute ticker which starts on the diamond.
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Ken Griffey Junior is returning home. He has reportedly ben traded from the Seattle Mariners to the Cincinnati Reds.
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A source close to the negotiations confirms the agreement . The Reds are planning a news conference later today at 6:45 eastern time.
Only the Reds and Mariners are involved in the trade that sends the ten-time All-Star to the team his father played for. The deal is reportedly worth 117.5 million over a nine year span. The other players invloved in the trade are not yet known.
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On to racing. Mark Martin will start the 2000 Bud Shootout where he finished in 1999, at the head of the field. Martin will gun for his second straight Bud Shootout title from the pole after picking the top position at today's drawing. The 25 lap sprint features the Bud Pole winners from last season and the winner of the Bud pole qualifier Sunday morning. Saturday, find out who will be on the pole for the Daytona 500 on WDBJ at noon and then, you can catch the Bud Shootout Sunday at noon right here on your Hometown Station.
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One other note. GM Goodwrench Service, Richard Childress and Dale Earnhardt announced today that they have extended their partnership through the year 2003. Terms of the new deal were not disclosed. Together, Childress and Earnhardt have won six Cup Championships and 67 races.
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There was a great deal of player movement around the NFL today. The New York Giants have released five veterans, including quarterback Kent Graham. Running back Gary Brown was also let go.
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The leading passer in N-F-L history has voided the last two years of his contract, a possible step towards retirement for Miami's Dan Marino. The 38-year-old quarterback could still re-sign with the Dolphins or another team. The move saves Miami six million dollars under the salary cap. Marino is expected to announce his plans on March 20th.
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Tonight, the Virginia Tech men's basketball team takes on Saint Bonaventure on the road in a 7:30 tip off. The Hokies are 4 and 5 in conference, 11 and 11 overall while St. Bonnies is 5 and 3 and 13 and 6.
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The Virginia Cavaliers lost their third straight ACC contest last night, falling to Georgia Tech 68-47. The wahoos are now 5 and 5 in the ACC and next play N.C State in Charlottesville this Saturday at 7pm.
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that's it for five, we will see you again at six everybody.

[5-Valentine]


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It seems one post office is busier on Valentine's Day than at any other time during the year- the reason: the town's name.
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It is Loveland Colorado- Thousands of people from all over the world are sending their Valentine Cards to Loveland to get the postmark.
Mail's come in from 60 countries and 50-states so far.
In fact ten thousand letters came through the post office in just one day.
It takes a lot of volunteers to get the work done- It's Neil Mentzers first year helping out- He says his wife talked him into it- although he hasn't sent her a valentine yet.
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((NEIL MENTZER/VOLUNTEER: I'VE GOT TO GET ON THE BALL HERE.. GET SOME OUT BY THE END OF THE WEEK.))
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Loveland started the marketing scheme 53 years ago- the town hoped to capitalize on its name.
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