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Today on News 7 at 5, jurors decide\ if former N-F-L player Rae Carruth is guilty of murder. We'll have their verdict.
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Also President Clinton gives up his law license for five year after he admits he lied in the Lewinsky case. [Weather-Head]
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In Sports, Mike Stevens previews the Express' return to the Roundhouse.
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Plus in medical news, we'll see what a local hospital is doing to prepare to head off an anticipated shortage of nurses.
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One day before he leaves office- Preisdent Clinton acknowledges he made false statements.
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((HE HAS ADMITTED THAT HE KNOWINLY GAVE EVASIVE AND MISLEADING STATEMENTS IN THE JONES DEPOSITION))
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In a suprise move today the President strikes a deal-
That deal keeps him from being indicted in the Paula Jones- Monica Lewinsky case.
The details are unfolding in Washington- where we find Gretchen Carlson live with more.
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I did not have sexual relations with that woman.
Its a statement that will go down in history as one of President Clintons most infamous during his days in the White House; but now the Presidents legal problems have been settled.

(Sot) Jake Siewert, Press Secretary

The President is upbeat about his future and getting this behind him.
Mr. Clinton made a last minute deal with Special Prosecutor Robert Ray to avoid indictment on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case.
In a statement, Clinton admitted for the first time he gave false statements under oath, saying quote: I tried to walk a fine line between acting lawfully and testifying falsely, but I now recognize that I did not fully accomplish that goal and that certain of my responses to questions about Ms. Lewinsky were false. end quote.
The deal also specifies Clinton will lose his law license for 5 years and pay a $25,000 fine.
Special Prosecutor Robert Ray says there will be no further prosecution. Robert Ray - Independent Counsel I trust that this decision made today meets the expectations of the American people who deserve a resolution that acknowledges the Presidents conduct. The deal brings to an end 6 years of investigation by the Independent Counsel; an investigation that began with Whitewater, a failed land deal in Arkansas, then expanded to include Clintons conduct in the White House, including Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky. The deal means President-Elect Bush will no longer be faced with the question of whether or not to pardon Mr. Clinton.
Ari Fleischer - Bushs spokesperson The Inauguration marks a beginning of a new chapter in our nations history. But yet another bizarre twist on this day before Inauguration. This afternoon President Clinton fired Linda Tripp, the woman whose secret tape recordings of Monica Lewinsky led to his impeachment; one last political move before he no longer serves as President. Gretchen Carlson.



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After several days of deliberations- jurors have reached a verdict in the Rae Carruth murder trial.
It was just yesterday that jurors said they could not reach a verdict- they were stuck.
But just a short time ago.. the jury did come to a decision.
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((THE DEFENDENT RAE CARRUTH GUILTY OF ... GUILTY OF USING AN ESTIMATE TO AN UNBORN CHILD.. GUILTY OF CONSPRICAY TO COMMIT MURDER OF SHERIKA ADAMS AND NOT GUILTY OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER OF SHERIKA ADAMS.))
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Carruth is convicted on three of the four charges- He was found not guilty of the most serious charge- of first degree murder-
Carruth was found guilty of conspiring to kill his pregnant ex-girlfriend.
Rae Carruth used to play for the Carolina Panthers.
He could be sentenced to as many as 20 years in prison.
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A Penhook woman died in a single-car accident in Franklin County this morning.
State police say 34-year old Lisa Fay Blankenship ran off a road in the Snow Creek area, her car overturned and struck a tree.
Police say Blankenship wasn't wearing a seatbelt.


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The Sons of Confederate Veterans have a mock-up of their new license plate, and their registration forms are ready to go.
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But as members of the group gathered at the State Capitol to celebrate Robert E- Lee's birthday, they heard the news.
Attorney General Mark Earley is appealing yesterday's federal court decision that would put the Confederate battle flag on a license plate.
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Earley's federal court appeal argues with Judge Jackson Kiser's ruling, saying: "The Commonwealth does not violate the First Amendment by controlling its OWN speech ... the design of special series license plates is the speech of the Commonwealth, and is thus not subject to a First Amendment challenge."
The Sons of Confederate Veterans says Earley's NOT winning any converts to his Republican campaign for governor.

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In California- many blame deregulation for the power struggles- but could it happen in Viringia? We'll have the story after the break.
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[VO] And Republicans celebrate their return to the White House- A preview coming up.
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Tomorrow George W. Bush will start to carry the burden of the presidency. But today is a day of pure celebration.
Teri Okita has the details from Washington.
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TRACK: LAURA BUSH ALSO MADE HER SPEAKING DEBUT IN WASHINGTON BY LAUNCHING HER LITERACY PROGRAM. ITS ONE OF MANY CELEBRATIONS, LIKE THE CONCERT FOR AMERICAS YOUTH, GOING ON ACROSS WASHINGTON.

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TRACK: ORGANIZERS ARE TAKING CARE OF DETAILS FOR THE HOTTEST TICKET IN TOWN THE TEXAS BLACK TIE AND BOOTS INAUGURAL BALL WHERE THEYLL BE DRESSED TO THE NINES.

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TRACK: AND IN TYPICAL TEXAS FASHION, THEY DO THINGS BIG HERE BRINGING IN BEVO, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MASCOT AND A REAL JET TO THE EVENT.

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TRACK: AT THE U-S CAPITOL WHERE BUSH WILL BE SWORN-IN TOMORROW, DOWNPOURS THROUGHOUT THE DAY HAVE HAMPERED EFFORTS TO GET LAST-MINUTE WORK DONE. IF THE BAD WEATHER CONTINUES, PLANNERS MAY MOVE THE CEREMONY INSIDE THE CAPITOL ROTUNDA.

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Millions of Californians were left in the dark today as rolling blackouts continued.
Many blame deregulation for the power shortage.
Virginia is set to deregulate in 2002.
Now a Roanoke delegate wants to pull the plug for at least a year.
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California's recent population explosion coupled with the state's lack of power plants is adding to the problem.
But here in Virginia, power companies are taking deregulation into their own hands.
American Electric Power began a pilot customer choice program where customers can chose their electricity supplier.
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A-E-P says Virginia is also much more prepared for deregulation.
That's because about 14 percent of the power generated here is extra -- compared to a four percent surplus in California.
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Fans of fine art will want to head to Martinsville. Jacey Birch is standing by to explain.
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You don't have to travel to New York or England to view precious art.
A wealth of magnificent artwork is right here in our neighborhood.
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Jacey Birch is at the Piedmont Arts Association in Martinsville to show us some items in the community treasures art exhibit.
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Coming up today following sports, we'll see who is in Washington welcoming the next President.
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((MUSIC MEETS POLITICS AT THE NATIONS CAPITOL, AS SOME OF TODAY'S HOTTEST MUSICIANS WELCOME GEORGE W BUSH INTO OFFICE. I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN...COMING UP, A LOOK AT THE MUSIC SURROUNDING THE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION.))
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Nurses are in short supply. In fact a nationwide shortage of nurses is expected to peak in the next 10 to 15 years.


It's a concern --that has prompted the VA Medical Center to start recruiting potential candidates early.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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14 year old Megghan Mitchell has already mapped out her career plans -- she wants to be a doctor or a nurse.
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V-A Medical center is starting a youth nursing volunteer program to get more young people interested in the field.
They're going to be needed as two-thirds of the VA's nurses are eligible for retirement in just four years.
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Cindy Gilday is another student who has signed-up to become one of the first VA Cadettes.
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The young people will be able to observe as well as get hands-on-experience.
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For Cindy Gilday this experience is more than just learning what it's like to work in a hospital --but also a chance to meet some of her heroes.
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The VA Medical Center just hopes the youth --see just how much nursing has to offer. Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))
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The first day of orientation starts tomorrow at 10-am -- anyone whose interested can just show-up at the VA Medical Center to join.



















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The State wants your help in figuring out the state's health agenda for the next decade.
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The health department has launched a new web address- it's called Healthy Virginians 20-10.
On the site, you can comment on 77-possible priorities in 24 areas.
The results will be used to set program priorities and to assign manpower for the next ten years.
Public comment will be accepted until February 28th.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to your end of the work week two minute sports ticker.
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If the weather outside is a little frightening, the Express would love to have you come inside and dry out tonight as the team takes on South Carolina in a 7:30 faceoff at the Roanoke Civic Center. It's the first meeting of the season between Roanoke and Southern Division front runners.
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UVa head football coach Al Groh completed his nine member coaching staff today by hiring Al Golden as his defensive coordinator. Golden is just 31 years old and last year coached linebackers at Penn State. Golden has UVa ties. He was a graduate assistant on George Welsh's staff from 1994-96.

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Two of the big name women at the Australian Open have advanced through the third round of play in Melbourne.
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Defending champ Lindsey Davenport, who had a tough time in the first two rounds, rolled a 6-2 and 6-1 straight set win over Silvia Farina today. The match lasted just 63. That's a good thing because temperatures today in Melbourne reached 90 degrees. Monica Seles also excelled in the heat. The four-time champ beat France's Emilie Loit 6-3 and 7-5 in the Friday night match.
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[PINNACLE 1201] Your Hometown Station is the place for NCAA basketball this weekend. Tomorrow afternoon - the SEC is in the spotlight at 1:30 as Kentucky takes on Ole Miss.
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[PINNACLE 1202] Then at four o'clock the hottest team in the nation the last month, North Carolina takes on Florida State. The Seminoles have yet to win in the ACC this season.
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[PINNACLE 1203] And then this Sunday afternoon - Wake Forest will try to bounce back from its loss at Maryland as it takes on the Clemson Tigers at 1;30.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, the weather outside is exactly conducive to swimming - but we're taking the plunge anyway as we check in on the big high school swim meet at the Dedmon Center in Radford. Take care everybody and have a safe weekend. [GO TO BREAK]


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Music and politics joined forces last night on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The Inaugural festivities hosted a wide variety of today's hottest musicians. V-H-One's Rebecca Rankin has the story.
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(( THE NATION'S CAPITAL WAS HOPPING AND PARTISAN LINES WERE NOWHERE IN SIGHT....for INAUGURAL celebrations AT THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL.
HEADING UP THE MULTICULTURAL event WAS COUNTRY MUSIC DUO BROOKS AND DUNN, THE 5TH DIMENSIONS MARIYLN McCOO, TEEN POP STAR JESSICA SIMPsON, SINGER JON SECADA..........as well as the Rockettes...
Sound up "Cup of Life"
BUT IT WAS LATIN SENSATION RICKY MARTIN WHO TRULY STOLE the show, PERFORMING HIS SMASH HIT "THE CUP OF LIFE"
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AS FIREWORKS illuminated THE NIGHT SKIES, ANOTHER GALA WAS GETTING UNDER WAY.....
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THE BEST LITTLE BALL IN D.C.FEATURING THAT "LITTLE OL' BAND FROM TEXAS"... ZZ TOP
Sound up zz top "I'm just looking for a little George W. Bush"
THE guys were honored to PLAY a SOLD OUT PRIVATE PARTY IN SUPPORT OF THEIR FELLOW TEXAN....
Billy F. Gibbons - ZZ Top "I think as a leader we all felt compelled to get in line as he puts his team together, it's looking rather promising to not only remain texans, but good Americans."
REBECCA TAG. ...THERE'S MORE MUSIC AND POLITICS...TODAY, DESTINY'S CHILD, 98 DEGREES, JESSICA SIMPSON AND NINE DAYS, WILL PERFORM AT A SOLDOUT CONCERT CELEBRATING AMERICA'S YOUTH AT WASHINGTON'S MCI CENTER. I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN. ))
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