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Today on News 7, one person is dead following a plane crash near Bluefield, West Virginia.
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And Firestone settles a lawsuit over defective tires for an apology and apparently a lot of money. [Weather-Head]
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As they say in real estate, location, location, location. The higher the elevation, the better the snow. A look at what's ahead in our weather segment.

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Also today, a few school systems have altered their schedules for tomorrow. We'll have the full list.
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And there is bad news today for mental hospitals in Danville and Catawba.
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((WELL I WAS IN THE HOUSE AND I HEARD LIKE A FIRECRACKER GOING OFF ABOUT SEVEN O'CLOCK))
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One witness describes what she heard this morning when a plane crashed in Bluefield, West Virginia.
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Good evening.
The plane was on its way from Lewisburg, West Virginia to the Mercer County airport when it went down this morning- killing one man.
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The pilot was the only person on board the "Cessna-310" that crashed just two thousand yards west of its destination.
Heavy snow made it tough for rescue workers to get to the plane- It took them nearly an hour to reach the plane which was engulfed in flames.
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((WHEN WE FOUND IT THE PLANE WAS STILL ON FIRE. IF IT WASN'T FOR THAT WE MAY NOT HAVE FOUND IT AS QUICKLY BECAUSE IT WAS STILL SNOWING VERY HEAVILY AND THERE WAS JUST A COMPLETE WHITE OUT, YOU COULDN'T SEE ANYTHING))
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Authorities have not determined the cause of the crash. The pilot was scheduled to pick up three more passengers in Bluefield.
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Southside Virginia Mental Health Institute in Danville is officially on the chopping block.
And Roanoke's Catawba Hospital is NOT far behind.
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The Gilmore administration unveiled its final plan for restructuring the state's mental health facilities.
The overall goal is to have fewer patients hospitalized in acute care facilities.
The Danville institute is slated to close in this budget.
Catawba would take its overflow patients... and then close itself in 2004.
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The whole plan is subject to General Assembly review.



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It's the first time doctors, hospitals, and long term care facilities have all agreed on how to share turf in Virginia.
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But the 135 million dollar annual price tag may mean state lawmakers don't like the solution.
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((SEN. BILL BOLLING/R-HANOVER: NO STATE HAS EVEN COME CLOSE TO PROPOSING THE TYPE OF COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE DEREGULATION THAT THIS LEGISLATION CONTEMPLATES. THIS IS NOT A SIMPLE DEREGULATION PLAN. THIS IS NOT AN EASY DEREGULATION PLAN. AND IT IS NOT A CHEAP DEREGULATION PLAN.))
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The bill would allow more medical procedures to be performed in specialized clinics, outside of hospitals.
That means hospitals would lose profitable business to groups of doctors.
This bill would reimburse the hospitals for indigent care and other costs that make it hard for them to compete.
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((LARRY SARTORIS/VIRGINIA HOSPITALS ASSOC.: I THINK IT'S THE MOST RESPONSIBLE DEAL THAT'S ON THE TABLE OR LIKELY TO BE DEVELOPED, AND I THINK IT'S A GOOD PLAN.))
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The bill's sponsor admits the compromise could NOT have come in a worse budget year, competing with the ongoing phase-out of the car tax.


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The weather is causing some school systems to alter their schedules for tomorrow.
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**JEAN READS THE SCHOOL WATCH BOARDS**
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One of George W. Bush's cabinet nominees is involved in controversy. We'll have the details coming up in just a moment,
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[VO] also we'll see what lit up the night skies over Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.
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A woman paralyzed from the neck down- was due in court today for a lawsuit against Bridgestone Firestone-
Instead lawyers for the Ford company showed up at her bedside offering an apology- and just as the case was about to begin- it was settled.
No terms have been announced, but Donna Bailey's lawyers say the amount will take care of her for the rest of her life.
Gretchen Carlson reports.
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(This amateur tape obtained by CBS News, shows the key to the sudden

settlement in the landmark lawsuit against Ford and Firestone: 3 Ford lawyers coming to the bedside of Donna Bailey to offer a personal apology. Donna Bailey: I just thanked them for coming in." During the extraordinary meeting Sunday night, Ford lawyers told Bailey they were sorry, admitted a mistake had been made, and expressed their deepest regret. Monday a Ford spokesperson publicly supported the move. Helen Petrauskas -- Ford Vice President "This is a tragic accident and we feel a lot of sympathy for her and for her family."
The apology was one of the demands Bailey and her lawyers were asking for in their 100 million dollar lawsuit. Bailey, an active outdoor enthusiast and just 44, was paralyzed from the neck down when the Ford Explorer she was riding in rolled last March. She was sitting on the passenger side -- with her seatbelt on - but when the tread on the Firestone tire separated - her life was also torn apart. Donna Bailey - Ford/Firestone Victim Gretchen Carlson Reporting Baileys lawsuit would have been the first case against Ford and Firestone to go to trial since more than 6 million tires were recalled in August. But as many as 200 other cases involving tire-related crashes are still pending. Many of those cases were rollover accidents where people died, and while Donna Bailey survived her crash, she'll be a quadrapalegic for life -- Donna Bailey: "I'm satisfied." .. remarkably able to forgive. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News.)

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It is a town called Truth or Consequences- and today the consequences of a propane explosion were not good.
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The blasts sent flames high into the sky- injuring 17 people and burning several homes and businesses.
Now New Mexico authorities are looking for the driver of a pickup truck they believe sparked the explosions.
Investigators say the truck was parked at a convenience store- It reportedly rolled backward through a fence and into a thousand gallon propane tank.-
Police don't think the driver was in the truck at the time. They think the person fled the scene.
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It was the defense's turn in the rebuttal phase of Rae Carruth's murder trial.
The former N-F-L player's attorney began calling witness to refute the prosecutions rebuttal witnesses last week.
The first witnesses today, a police officer put on to help show that Carruth may not be as short tempered as the state wants the jury to think. Bob Knowles has more.
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President Elect Bush is still avoiding any direct comment about Linda Chavez- allowing an illegal alien into her home- and providing her some assistance.
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Bush would only say he has complete confidence in the woman's he's nominated for labor Secretary.
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((SHE'S PLENTY CAPABLE AND SHE'S SMART. SHE UNDERSTANDS HER JOB IS TO FOR EXAMPLE MAKE SURE THAT AS THIS ECONOMY ROARS FORWARD IT DOESN'T LEAVE PEOPLE BEHIND.))
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Bush acknowledges Chavez will likely face tough questioning in the Senate.
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Bush says he just learned last night about the latest revelations surrounding Chavez.
Chavez would not comment as she left her Virginia home this morning.
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The promise of more regional cooperation brought together elected and appointed officials today.
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The Greater Roanoke Valley Leaders Summit included more than 40 officials from seven different jurisdictions.
The meeting was organized by Roanoke Mayor Ralph Smith, who says he hopes it will become a regular forum for regional issues.
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Local leaders laid out some of their regional priorities, including economic development, tourism, and water and sewer issues.
They plan to meet again in the Spring.
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Coming up next, Robin Reed will have the detailed weather forecast,
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[VO] and with the reopening of a satellite office, doctors at the Lewis Gale Clinic say things are getting back to normal after a turbulent year.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll see what the cars of the future may look like,
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[VO] but first in Sports, Steve Mason will tell us which N-B-A team needs a new head coach.
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The Lewis Gale Clinic is making a comeback -- after a rough year.
Last year, the clinic lost dozens of doctors over a dispute with its former parent company, Phycor.
But now that the doctors own the clinic -- they believe things are finally starting to look a little brighter.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton explains.
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Jean,
The clinic has already hired 24 new physicians and plans on hiring 15 more this year.
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And today it re-opened one its main satellite clinics.
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When Patricia Snowadzky became ill last night -- she says the first thing she thought about was coming to Lee-Hi Medical Center, because she knew it was opening day.
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Today, she's seeing a different doctor-- but she says she's happy the clinic will be around to serve the community.
As for the doctors, getting the Lewis Gale Clinic back on its feet has meant a great deal.
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((DR. JOSEPH BAUM/MEDICAL DIRECTOR: THE ONES WHO HAVE STAYED BEHIND HAVE INVESTED NOT ONLY THEIR PROFESSIONALISM BUT MONEY AND TO SEE US STABLE AND GROWING IS A TREMENDOUS REWARD FOR THEM IN A VERY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME)) [RUNS20]
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The Lee-Hi Medical Center is now just one six Lewis-Gale Clinic satellite offices.
It offers urgent care with five doctors and one nurse practitioner.
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That's why Lee-Hi will be used as test site to determine what is the best way to make offer same day care to patients.
Lewis Gale is making other improvements as well including a new record and billing system.
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Lewis Gale Clinic currently has 96 physicians - -- and the clinic hopes to eventually add more than the 45 physicians it lost.
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Jean,

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For many people out there, today is the end of the first week of a New Year's diet. So our website of the day says...it's time for a snack.
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The site for Writers and Artists Snacking at Work is dedicated to eating and reviewing the snack foods commonly available in the nation's vending machines.
With such names as Sir Snacks-a-lot, the Candyman and Kid Nougat, you would expect these guys know what they are talking about.
They call the vending machine the closest thing to an amusement park arcade game that is guaranteed to give you something.
In case you're wondering Snicker bars, Hershey kisses rank high in their book.
Jujubes and Sugar free gum brought up the rear.
So if you want to investigate your next snack before you make a trip to the vending machine,
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[Take Pinnacle Page] check out our website of the day. You can find it through a link to our page at WDBJ-7-dot-com.

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Monday ticker.
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Today, Rick Pitino resigned as coach and president of the Boston Celtics.
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In his fourth season with the Celtics Pitino led the team to a 102 and 146 record and the Celtics were 12 and 22 this season. Realizing that he was unable to restore the NBA's most successful franchise to it's former level, Pitino quit and gave up the remaining six and a half years on his contract that would of reportedly paid him 27 million dollars. Assistant coach Jim O'Brien has been hired as an interim head coach and will make his debut tonight in Boston against Portland.
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The Lady Hokies scored their first Big East victory yesterday afternoon.
Virginia Tech beat Miami 64-51 in Blacksburg.
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The Ladies are 10 and four so far this season. In the Big East their record stands at one and two.
Tech's two losses came at the hands of Rutgers and Notre Dame, but top to bottom it's a tough conference and a coaching challenge.
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Virginia Tech travels to South Bend for a game with Notre Dame on Saturday.

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The Express is 20-18 and 1, good enough for a tie for second in the Northeast Division.
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Roanoke has already played 41 games this season, the most of any team in the ECHL. The Express began the new year with two wins and then lost the next two, a pattern that has followed the team much of the season and head coach Perry Florio has had enough.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, we will hear from the Celtics interim coach and the Virginia Tech men's basketball team talks about some up and coming talent.

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For car buffs, it's show time. Time to roll out the new models and what auto-makers hope will become the new classics. Drew Levinson is at the Detroit auto show.
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For the auto industry, this is where art meets the bottom line. These dream cars are the big draws at auto shows...but they never see the light of the production line.
They were just fantastic ideas--science fiction on four wheels-but today's concept cars are a lot more likely to turn up on your dealer's showroom floor.
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10:05:07-10:05:13 THERE IS A MOVE IN THE INDUSTRY TO MAKE THESE VEHICLES SOMEWHAT MORE REALISTIC, THAT THEY ARE MORE ACHIEVABLE IN THE NEAR FUTURE. The idea that became the GMC Terracross was fertilized here at the Brand Design Center in Detroit.
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"IT STARTED WITHB A DESIGN STATEMENT, JUST WORDS ON PAPER//I LIKE THIS CAR." The vehicle came to life in GM's Concept Vehicle Construction room. Though each car is a masterpiece of handwork, the craftsmen do get some help from machines. Lasers now make parts that used to be hand-carved. Still these are one of a kind cars and right now the sticker price could be at least two million dollars.
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10:06:11--10:06:14 ...I think the dollars involved here are inconsequential... Despite the money and all the tedious work that goes into creating such a magnificent machine, a car designer still needs one vital ingredient...
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"YOU HAVE TO HAVE GASOLINE IN YOUR BLOOD." And the payoff for the designer, the craftsmen and the company comes down to one moment.
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It's here at the North American International Auto show where the world's eyes finally get to focus on what they've been coddling for years.
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AND IF IT'S A REAL SUCCESS, THIS CAR COULD BE IN DRIVEWAYS..ACROSS THE COUNTRY.-AND THAT TWO MILLION DOLLAR PRICETAG WE MENTIONED EARLIER, THAT SHOULD COME DOWN TOO. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, DETROIT. ))
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