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Today on News 7 at 5, four of the convicts who escaped from a Texas prison have been recaptured. We'll have the details in a live report.
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Also former N-F-L player Rae Carruth is sentenced for his role in the murder of his pregnant girlfriend.
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In Sports, Mike Stevens will tell us about some major changes coming to the Martinsville Speedway.
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On Health Check, we'll see why regular eye exams are so important.
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((WE HAVE FOUR MEN IN CUSTODY WE BELIEVE ARE THE TEXAS ESCAPEES.))
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Four men are nabbed at a Colorado motel- a fifth is holed up in a mobile home.

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Today more than a month after seven inmates broke out of a Texas prison- four are back in police custody. But three others are still on the loose-
The situation is unfolding in Woodland Park Colorado-
That's where we find Terisa Estacio with the latest.
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((They were the focus of a nationwide manhunt.
Now police say theyve apprehended several members of the so-called Texas 7 a group of escapees who broke out of prison last December.
Police arrested the escapees, including ringleader George Rivas, about 50 miles south of Denver, in Woodland Park Colorado.
Thats more than 800 miles from whats been called the biggest prison escape in modern Texas history.

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The seven broke out of the Connally Prison just before Christmas. Armed and dangerous, they are accused of robbing a sporting goods store on Christmas Eve.
A robbery that left a police officer dead.

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Loaded with 70 thousand dollars in cash and checks, weapons and clothingpolice departments across the region feared a deadly showdown with the Texas 7.
But after posting a half million-dollar reward that brought in hundreds of tips, police may now be close to apprehending ALL of the Texas 7.

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KEVIN DOUGHERTY/TELLER COUNTY UNDERSHERRIF

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Authorities are investigating the death of a four year old boy in Pittsylvania County.
Matthew Jerome Giusto's (JUICE-TOE) mother found him dead at their home Sunday afternoon.
She then called paramedics- but it was too late.
The child lived with his mother and her boyfriend and was last seen alive Saturday night.
Sheriff's Deputies tell us the boy had no known medical problems.
The medical exmainers office in Roanoke will perform an autopsy tomorrow.



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On the first day of the business week, President Bush and his staff are been hard at work. One of the items on a packed agenda...Abortion. Drew Levinson is in Washington with the details.
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((TRACK 1WITH ANTI-ABORTION OPPONENTS RALLYING IN WASHINGTON AGAINST THE 28TH ANNIVERSARY OF LEGALIZED ABORTION - PRESIDENT BUSH PUT THE ISSUE AT THE TOP OF HIS AGENDA BY REVERSING ONE OF PRESIDENT CLINTONS MOST CONTROVERSIAL DECISIONS.
(NAT BUSH Yes, I am)
TRACK 2: THE PRESIDENT IS SIGNING AN EXECUTIVE ORDER DENYING FEDERAL FUNDS TO INTERNATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING GROUPS THAT OFFER ABORTION SERVICES.

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TRACK 3 THE PRESIDENT SPENT the rest of the day on less polarizing issues,..his tax cut plan and meeting with educators at the White House.

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the nation's attention on public schools and how the Congress and executive branch can work together)
TRACK 4: THOUGH THIS IS CONSIDERED THE HONEYMOON PERIOD BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS-BUSH IS NOT GETTING MUCH LOVE FROM A MEMBER OF HIS OWN PARTY.
AS PROMISED JOHN MCCAIN introduced a campaign finance reform bill on the Senate floor a bill the President does not support.

(SOT: Sen. John McCain/(R-Arizona) 11:04:19 After one of the closest

elections in our nation's history, there's one thing the people are unanimous about: they want their government back.)
TRACK 5: All of this came just hours after the White House staff was sworn in for their first official day of business.
STAND-UP: Mr. Bush will barely have a chance to figure out how things work at the White House before he makes his first trip abroad. Hell meet with another new President the President of Mexico next month. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Washington.))

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In Virginia, abortion rights advocates' have a new strategy: promoting the so-called "morning after" pill.
That emergency contraception prevents a fertilized egg from implanting.
So abortion rights advocates say it is NOT an abortion.
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But the Assembly's most vocal abortion opponents clearly say Roe versus Wade was a mistake they'd like to see overturned.
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((DEL. DICK BLACK/R-LOUDOUN CO.: WE'RE KILLING CHILDREN AND LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, IF THERE'S ANYTHING WE CAN DO IN THIS BODY TO STOP THE KILLING OF THESE CHIDLREN, THE WANTON KILLING, WE SHOULD DO IT.))
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Abortion opponents want a 24 hour waiting period between doctor visits, for women who want an abortion to be forced to think it over more.
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The emergency contraception bill would allow doctors to distribute the pill directly, since it must be taken in a 72 hour time frame.
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After this break, we will learn how long former N-F-L star Rae Carruth will spend in prison for his role in the murder of his pregnant girlfriend.
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[VO] And imagine spending the last year traveling across six continents- on a bicycle. We'll meet a man who did.
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Former NFL player Rae Carruth could be in prison until at least the year 20-20.
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The Judge sentenced Carruth today- giving him a minimum of 18 years and a maximum of over 24 years.
That after a jury convicted Carruth Friday of masterminding the murder of his pregnant girlfriend Cherica Adams.
She died at the hospital but her baby survived.
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((JEFFERY MOONIE/CHERICA'S FATHER; HIS ACTIONS RESULTED IN THE DEATH OF SOMEONE SO PRESCIOUS TO US. AND IT REALLY WHEN I THOUGHT ABOUT THE CRIME IT DISTURBS ME TO THINK THAT HE'S DISCOUNTED HER LIFE SO MUCH THAT HE COMMITED THE CRIME HE WAS FOUND GUILTY OF.))
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Rae Carruth has already served 14 months behind bars awaiting trial- that will go toward his sentence.
Carruth's attorney says he plans to appeal.
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The City of Radford may hire 10 new officers over the next three years ... after a report last month that showed the police force was understaffed and underpaid.
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In a proposal to be considered by City Council tonight, Police Chief Jonny Butler recommends hiring one new officer and a secretary next year.
The plan calls for eight more officers to be hired over the next two years.
How the city will pay the additional salaries has yet to be tackled.
Earlier this month, Council cut back officers' hours and committed to raising pay in order to retain qualified officers.
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Randal Johnson has seen the world from the seat of his bicycle.
The Roanoke County resident recently returned from a year- long trip that took him to 40 different countries.
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He touched six continents and covered more than 15-thousand miles before his return to the Roanoke Valley earlier this month.
Johnson says his two- wheel tour gave him a fresh perspective on many of the countries he visited... such as Italy.
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((RANDAL JOHNSON: AND HAD I NOT SEEN THE COUNTRYSIDE AND SEEN THE AVERAGE ITALIAN THAT LIVES IN THE COUNTRY OR ALONG THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST OR WHERE THE GRAPES ARE HARVESTED, IF I HADN'T SEEN THAT, MY FEELINGS ABOUT THE COUNTRY WOULD BE ENTIRELY DIFFERENT.))
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Johnson is back at work at his business, Roanoke Wreck Repair.
But he says he's already looking forward to seeing some of the places he missed, and return visits to the countries he enjoyed the most.
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For the first time in ten years, you can chew your gum freely at the Piedmont Triad Internation Airport in Greensboro.
Officials banned gum sales a decade ago after the carpet was marked with sticky spots.
Airport Executive Director Ted Johnson says he gave into pressure a few weeks ago from passengers who repeatedly asked to buy gum before their flights.
But they better be careful with it.
Johnson says he will ban gum again if people get sloppy with it.

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The person who said seeing is believing, obviously has not been to the new exhibit at the Roanoke Science Museum. Jacey Birch explains.
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It's a feast for the eyes full of trickery and optical illusions.
The Science Museum of Western Virginia currently has a fool-your-mind hologram art exhibit on display.
Jacey Birch stopped by to show us some of the magic.
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Today in Sports, we'll check in with some of the Virginia natives who will be playing Sunday's Super Bowl.
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and then a little bit later, we'll see the latest President to make an appearance at Madame Tussaud's (TOO-SEW'S) wax musem.
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In health check, early detection of eye disease can mean the difference between losing your vision or keeping it.
Eighty million Americans have some form of an eye disorders that could potentially leave them blind.
And as part of National Eye Care Month, ophthalmologists are urging people to learn their risk factors and get regular eye exams.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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Regular eye exams can help doctors to detect several of the most common eye diseases.
Glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts are just a few of the conditions that threaten the sight of millions of Americans.
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((DR. JONATHAN TILL/OPHTHALMOLOGIST:OBVIOUSLY IF WE COME IN EARLY THERE IS SO MUCH MORE WE CAN DO AND SO MUCH MORE TO BE SAVED FOR INSTANCE WITH GLAUCOMA IF YOU HAVE SOMEONE COME EARLY USUALLY WE CAN PRESERVE ALL OF THEIR VISION, IF THEY COME IN VERY LATE THEY MIGHT BE THREE QUARTERS OF THE WAY TO BEING BLIND BEFORE YOU CATCH THEM A LOT OF ITS NOT REVERSEABLE THAT'S PERMANENT)) [RUNS28]
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: AND NEWER TECHNOLOGIES ARE HELPING DOCTORS TO DETECT EYE DISEASE EARLIER SUCH AS THIS RETINAL THICKNESS ANALYZER IT CAN HELP WITH THE EARLY DETECTION OF GLAUCOMA)) [RUNS09]
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And as you age your chances of having an eye disease increase -- other factors include family history and race.
Once conditions are discovered, modern treatments have greater success rates and are less invasive.
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((JONATHAN TILL: WE HAVE LASER TREATMENTS FOR GLAUCOMA AND FOR DIABETIC PROBLEMS, CATARACT SURGERY IS VERY GOOD NOW , YOU DON'T HAVE TO STITCHES AND SHOTS, WE'VE MADE A LOT OF PROGRESS AND HAVE PLENTY MORE TO GO)) [RUNS13]
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And Doctor Till say if you haven't had an eye exam in the last couple of year it's a good time to get things checked out -- because with many eye diseases there are no symptoms. Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))










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Good evening everybody. The two minute ticker is loaded with Super Bowl news and a big NASCAR announcement
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from the Martinsville Speedway. The track is once again looking to the future and making improvements for not only its fans,but also the competitors.


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Track President Clay Campbell and Martinsville master, Rusty Wallace, spent part of this afternoon surveying the track's newest change - the construction of a 40 car garage on the backside of the infield.
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Workers also are putting the final touches on the interior pit wall, which has been moved back 10 additional feet - making pit road 46 feet wide.
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The projects are being handled by Martinsville's Frith Construction at a cost of one point three million dollars.


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Your Hometown Station is the place to find Super Bowl 35 this Sunday. The Giants and the Ravens are already in Tampa, but Steve Mason and photographer Scott Ayres caught up with a few players from Roanoke and Lynchburg who are playing for the championship.
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((STEVE MASON:)) ((TIKI BARBER/GIANTS RUNNING BACK:)) ((Tiki isn't the only Giant whose heart is still in the Commonwealth. Lynchburg native and former Heritage high school star Keith Hamilton is a New York defensive tackle.
The Hill City is well represented in the Super Bowl. Former Jefferson Forest star Anthony Poindexter is a Ravens special teamer and former E.C. Glass standout and Virginia Tech All-American Cornell Brown is part of that awesome Baltimore defense. ((:))
One time UVa all ACC performer Jamie Sharper joins Brown in the Ravens linebacking corp.))

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We have an update on our lead story now. Just moments ago, police in Woodland Park, Colorado confirmed that Texas escapee Larry Harper has committed suicide. Harper was barricaded in a mobile home when he shot himself. Police say nobody else was in the motor home at the time. Earlier in the day, authorities recaptured four of the six men Harper escaped with. There will be more on this story on tonight's CBS EVENING NEWS with Dan Rather.


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Madame Tussaud's ( TOO-SEW'S) wax museum unveiled its latest edition today.
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The public got its first glimpse at the new wax sculpture of the 43rd president.
The recently opened Manhattan edition of the famous London museum had to work overtime to get the figure ready.
Through all the recount battles in Florida, the artists worked on statues for both Al Gore and George W. Bush.
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((PAUL MORETON,DIRECTOR, SALES AND MARKETING, MADAME TUSSAUD'S SAYS MADAME TUSSAUD'S HAS ALWAYS HAD THE US PRESIDENT READY FOR INAUGURATION DAY IN LONDON, AND BECAUSE WE'RE HERE IN NEW YORK FOR THE FIRST TIME WE THOUGHT IT WAS EVEN MORE IMPORTANT THAT WE HAD HIM READY FOR INAUGURATION DAY. SO ALL OUR SCULPTORS WORKED REALLY HARD TO GET THAT READY IN TIME. MUSEUM VISITOR: HE LOOKS A LITTLE MEANER THAN HE IS. I THINK HE'S PROBABLY SLIGHTLY SCARED IN REALITY OF BEING IN OFFICE. UNDERNEATH THAT COMFORTABLE ATTITUDE, HE'S PROBABLY A LITTLE BIT AFRAID, WHICH YOU DON'T SEE IN THAT, ))
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The Al Gore sculpture wasn't finished and won't be displayed - at least not anytime soon.
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