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Coming up on News 7-
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President Bush wraps up his first full day in office with a number of elaborate celebrations. President Clinton issues more than 100- pardons... including one for his brother. A fatal stabbing in Pittsylvania County. And, an elderly Roanoke county woman wonders away from her home.
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News 7 is next.

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The nation's 43rd President is kicking up his heels tonight, as he makes his way through celebrations being held in his honor.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.






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George W. Bush took the reigns of power this afternoon as the nation's Commander in Chief. It was a day filled with historic moments...and a night, not likely to end for quite some time. Gretchen Carlson has the highlights from Washington.
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((The Texas two-step may now be the official dance of Washington. And Saturday night, President and Mrs. Bush got a lot of chances to show off their fancy footwork. The President and wife Laura were scheduled to attend all 10 Inaugural Balls - and that's 10 dances for the President and the First Lady.

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As in years past, the balls were star-studded events. This year, including Kelsey Grammer, Marie Osmond, and Dixie Carter. The festivities followed the most solemn of all moments....when a teary George W. Bush was sworn in as the nations 43rd President -- following in his fathers footsteps. Through a steady flow of rain, the President gave his Inaugural address and talked about building a nation of justice and opportunity ... and of sticking to his proposed policies.
President Bush: We will reduce taxes to recover the momentum of our economy and reward the effort and enterprise of working Americans. (applause)
Just blocks away protesters clashed with police, but Bush still made the traditional walk down part of the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route. He also signed his first executive order as President and blocked many of President Clintons final acts.
In Washington, at least for now, theres no more talk of dimpled or hanging chads. With the Senate already confirming 7 members of Bush's Cabinet, all eyes are now on Mr. Bush as he begins his term as President. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, Washington.))




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Outgoing President Bill Clinton called this a day of gratitude.
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Before leaving Andrews Air Force Base for New York, Clinton singled out one person in his final good bye. Clinton thanked former Senator Chuck Robb for quote "meaning so much to me over the past eight years." Clinton says he will always feel good about his years in office.
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About 25- hundred supporters were on hand this afternoon for Clinton's farewell speech.
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President Clinton pardoned more than 100 people today in one his final acts before leaving office.
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Clinton's former Whitewater partner, Susan McDougal was on the list. McDougal went to prison rather than testify against Clinton in the Whitewater investigation. He also pardoned newspaper heiress Patty Hearst... who served time in prison for a bank holdup. Clinton's brother, Roger, also received a pardon. Roger Clinton had been convicted on a drug charge.
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Two people are found stabbed at a Pittsylvania County business.
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Sheriff's deputies responded to White's Construction company on Route 58 east just before 9:30 tonight. Authorities say they found two male victims. One victim, believed to be an employee of the business, was pronounced dead at the scene. The other man was taken to Danville Regional Medical center. Authorities believe the two men were alone at the company, and that they got in to an argument .. But its not known who stabbed whom.
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A Henry County man is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend. Sheriff's officials say Michelle Yvetta Woods died early this morning, after being shot last night. Woods' ex-boyfriend, William Dennis Hodge of Axton, is charged with first degree murder. Authorities say Hodge was under a protective order when he allegedly shot Woods at her apartment. Hodge is being held without bond.









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Rescue crews have located an elderly woman who wandered away from her Roanoke County home.
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Authorities say a passerby spotted the 78-year-old woman walking in the woods around 3:30 this afternoon and called police. Fire and Rescue crews searched for her for about 5 hours, but it was a homeowner who located the woman. Officials say the owner of a house on Hidden Hills drive arrived home tonight and found her. The woman's name and condition have NOT been released.
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A Franklin County couple is asking state lawmakers to re-write a law pertaining to man's best friend. Their family dog was shot and killed last year .. The person responsible for the shooting faced only a misdeamenor charge. The couple says the punishment doesn't fit the crime. Kate Weidaw has their story.
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The Fulchers found their 7 year old English Pointer named T-Bone dead in the woods from a gun shot wound. The Franklin County Sheriff's Department charged a neighbor with the shooting. When the Fulcher's found out it was only a misdemeanor to kill a companion animal they felt the law had to change.

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The Felchers say they know they have a long road ahead of them to change the law...But they say they're willing to fight, to make sure no other family has to go through what they did. Kate Weidaw News 7 Franklin County.))




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A 13-year veteran of the Christiansburg Police Department is suing for his job back - plus 150-thousand dollars.


Former Lieutenant William Gibbs was let go a little over a year ago. He was involved in an accident in the Summer of 1999 where alcohol was allegedly a factor. Town police said he refused to co-operate in the internal investigation.
Gibbs says his "due-process rights" were violated. The case will be heard in FEDERAL Court.






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New information tonight about former President Ronald Reagan, who underwent surgery last week. Thats still ahead on News7.
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And some local teens are getting lessons in T-L-C. We'll tell you why they're spending their Saturday in class.
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The President of the Philippines has thrown in the towel.
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Joseph Estrada quit today, as the high court declared he no longer held power. The country's Vice President, Gloria Arroyo, immediately replaced him, moving to end the Philippines' worst crisis in years. The switch came minutes after thousands of protesters pushed through police lines, demanding the removal of the former action-film star - whose political career was ruined by a corruption scandal and impeachment trial.
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Former President Ronald Reagan was released from the hospital today, one week after undergoing surgery to repair a broken hip.
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Doctors say his recovery has been impressive. Reagan underwent a 65-minute operation to install a pin, plate and screws to repair his hip - broken in a fall. Reagan, who also suffers from Alzheimer's disease, turns 90 next month.
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In the the next ten to fifteen years a shortage of nurses is expected .. So the V-A Medical Center in Salem is developing a program to avoid a potential problem.
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Today, high school students had the opportunity to learn hands on about careers in nursing before they enter college.

The five hour program taught students how to assist patients, operate wheel chairs and make up hospital beds.
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The center hopes to bring the Virginia Cadette Nursing Youth Volunteer Program back in April for another round of classes for future nurses.
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Virginia Tech hopes to become one of the nation's top 30 research institutions by the year 20-10. The school will spilt its research and graduate studies programs in an effort to improve the amount of attention given to each. Tech ranked 50th nationwide in 19-99, according to a National Science Foundation report. The school needs to increase research expenditures by about 50-percent and increase its graduate student population to break in to the top 30.




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The state's anti-smoking campaign is at risk. We'll tell you why.
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And a move to drive up inspection prices could hit truck drivers in their pockets. News7 at 11 will be right back.
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A proposal by Governor Gilmore could snuff out a portion of Virginia's anti-smoking campaign. Gilmore wants to reroute millions of dollars from the campaign to other health care needs. Administration officials noted the campaign didn't spend most of the money in its budget last year. But smoking opponents say the change would critically weaken the fledgling program, which lags behind other states in funding anti-smoking efforts.






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It could soon cost more to drive a big rig through the Commonwealth.
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The House of Delegates has given preliminary approval to a bill that would triple the cost of getting a large truck or bus inspected. The bill's sponsor says the current cost of ten dollars doesn't cover the cost of inspecting the vehicles.. Opponents of the bill say it would hurt small trucking companies, churches and other groups that use their buses to transport members to church events and other functions. The House will vote on the bill Monday.
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Energy was the hot topic in business this week. Millions of Californians went without power, and dozens of Virginians oppose a gas company merger.
Jennifer Miele has those stories in this week's business review.
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A New Jersey gas supplier wants to buy Virginia Gas.
If the merger goes through, chances are a new pipeline will be built.
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N-U-I acknowledged that a new pipeline may have some environmental impact -- but building next to an existing pipeline could cost twice as much as just building on a new site.
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First Union's profits fell 29 percent in the last quarter.
The company is doing everything it can to cut costs including layoffs.
One employee says about 20 people in Roanoke have been let go so far.
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If can happen there, can it happen here?
That's the question Virginia law makers are asking about the power shortage in California.
A Roanoke delegate wants to postpone deregulation in Virginia for a year.
But one Virginia power company is taking deregulation into its own hands.
American Electric Power has implemented a pilot program approved by the state in which certain customers can chose their own electricity supplier. ((TODD BURNS/AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER: WE'VE LEARNED A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT ALREADY JUST WITH THE 14,500 CUSTOMERS THAT HAVE SIGNED UP AND THIS WILL HELP AEP PARTICIPATE IN A DEREGULATED ENVIRONMENT IN THE FUTURE, AND CERTAINLY OUR CUSTOMERS AS WELL. ))
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Norfolk Southern announced this week it's furloughed 34 Roanoke-based conductors. The company blames them on a slowing economy. [PRE-PRO]
Finally the Dow was down 90 points to close at 10,587, and the NASDAQ finished up almost two points to close at 27-70 for the week.
I'm Jennifer Miele, and that's this week's business review.))
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The 14-th annual Sun crest Classic at the Salem Civic Center last night was the hottest ticket in town.
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Before six p-m, the 8 team event had completely sold out leaving many fans out in the cold.
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After getting wiped out Saturday night at Franklin County, P-H came to play yesterday evening.
So did Dudley High Schools Erick Luck who goes on the glass for the two handed slam.
But Sidney Logan kept P-H in the game and sent it to overtime with this basket.
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And the Patriots almost won on Tony Stovall's three pointer at the buzzer that just bounces out P-H loses 50 to 48 in overtime.
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Fleming beat Lord Botetourt, 46 to 35 and Mount Zion of Durham downed Salem 70 to 50.




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In the night cap, Undefeated Cave Spring would go up against Oak Hill the top high school team in the country.
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The Knights were ready for the challenge taking on the Warriors.
Cave's J.J. Redick comes out firing the peel this three pointer and the Knights took the early lead.
Then moments later watch Redick run off the pick and hit the three pointer in the first quarter for 2 of his 22.


But the Warriors would answer going to Rashaad Carruth the Kentucky bound point guard hits the three pointer he had 19.
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Oak Hill then goes inside to 7 footer Sagana Jop who knocks it in drawing the foul and the Warriors win it 86 to 44.
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UVA beats Missouri in Charlottesville...More when we return.





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The Dunagan Dynasty has reached new heights at Roanoke College.
The Maroons victory over Washington and Lee is Susan Dunagan's 400 career win.
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Roanoke came out fired up and ready to give Coach Dunagan the victory that sports fans have been talking about all week.
The Maroons jumped out to the 12-two lead when former Patrick County star Holly Weber fires off this long jumper for two.
Roanoke native Kristina McMillian drives to the hoop for another two and the Maroons take a 39-19 advantage into intermission.
The Generals weren't going to make easy for Dunagan's crew. W&L cut Roanoke's lead to nine in the second half. Jessica Mentz led the Generals with 22, this bucket marked her 1000th career point.
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But the Maroons pulled away. Liz Sloop gets the points in the paint and Roanoke beats W & L 63-45.
Susan Dunagan becomes the eighth active division three coach to reach this milestone.
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You can hear more from Dunagan tomorrow in Sports Extra on News 7 Sunday Morning, beginning at eight.

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The Lady Hokies of Virginia Tech get a win in the Big East. Ieva Kublina scored 19, Terry Williams 17 and Sara Hicks 15 as Tech beats Georgetown 79 to 50.
Tech is 3 and 3 in the conference and 12 and 5 overall.
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In other scores, High Point beat Radford in overtime 87 to 80 and Elon topped Liberty 76 to 58.


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The Virginia Cavaliers rallied late in the second half and cruised to an 85 to 72 win over Missouri.
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The Cavaliers led by three at the half.
But Missouri opened the second half on a roll Kareem Rush hits this jumper and the tigers took a three point lead.
And when Missouri's Johnnie Parker gets the slam off the offensive rebound the tigers led 42 to 38.
That's when the Cavaliers started the rally. With the score tied at 42 Roger Mason pulls up and hits the three U-V-A led by three.
Then watch Donald Hand throw up the alley oop to Chris Williams and Virginia still led by three.
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The Cavaliers pulled away for good at the four minute mark and Virginia gets the 85 to 72 win.
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In Blacksburg, Virginia Tech played catch up and Providence beats the Hokies at the Cassell yesterday 75 to 60.
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The Hokies trailed by 15 at the half.
But Brian Chase hits this jumper at the key and the Hokies trailed 38 to 25 in the second half.
Providence would answer that score when Abdul Mills takes it to the hoop and scores the layup to make it 40 to 25.


Tech had its chances watch Carlos Dixon make the still and score the layup and the Providence lead was cut to 11.


Providence would keep pushing the ball inside Eric Maxey with this layup and the Hokies trailed 42 to 29.
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Tech would attempt a comeback near the end of the half but Providence holds on for the 75 to 60 win.
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In the A-C-C, Joe Forte had 28 as North Carolina beat Florida State 80 to70.
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In Atlanta, seconed ranked Duke gets a win over Georgia Tech.
Shane Battier scored 30 of his 34 points in the second half to lead the Blue Devils to a 98 to 77 over the Yellow Jackets. And here are the rest of the college scores.
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[OUT Q=....last score."]
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[S-Bowl]


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A week from Sunday, The New York Giants and Baltimore Ravens will square off in Superbowl 35.
The quarterbacks for both teams have come a long way to making it to the big game and now that they are there they plan to make the most of the situation.
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[SUPER=01-Trent Difler/Ravens Quarterback; :00]
[SUPER=01-Kerry Collins/Giants Quarterback; :21]
[RUNS=:30]
[OUT Q=....of that."]
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[TALENT=Roy]
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The two teams will kick it off next Sunday at 6 right here on your Hometown Station.




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