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Today in News 7, two thousand people are killed after a powerful earthquake hits India.
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And authorities in Pittsylvania County are treating the death of a four year old boy as a homicide. [Weather-Head]
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Some passing showers and a chilly way to start the weekend. The forecast details are straight ahead.

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In medical news, the American Lung Association tries a new approach to help smokers quit.
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Plus we'll tell you how a wing and a prayer helped a Philadelphia man get a free vacation.
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A devastating earthquake in India.. tonight the number of victims is multiplying.

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More than two thousand are dead- and another three thousand are hurt.
The magnitude 7- point-9 quake was centered in the western state near the border with Pakistan.. but it was so powerful it shook hise rise towers 600 miles away.
Stephen Clark has the latest from India.
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AS EACH CHUNK OF CONCRETE IS LIFTED FROM THE WRECKAGE THE DEATH TOLL MULITPLIES. THE QUAKE HIT JUST BEFORE NINE O'CLOCK THIS MORNING...AT MAGNITUDE 7-point-9 IT WAS NEARLY AS STRONG AS A 1950 QUAKE THAT KILLED 15-HUNDRED PEOPLE. BUT THE DEATH TOLL THIS TIME IS ALREADY MUCH HIGHER.
IN HEAVILY POPULATED ACHMEDABAD, VICTIMS OF THE QUAKE HAVE OVERRUN THE HOSPITAL. BODIES ARE STACKED IN HALLWAYS WHILE DOCTORS WORK ON THE MOST BADLY INJURED.

(Natsound of screaming women) 13:01:35-PEOPLE CRYING

ACROSS THE BORDER IN PAKISTAN RELATIVES WEEP OVER THE BODIES OF TWO CHILDREN CRUSHED IN THE QUAKE.
VICTIMS EVERYWHERE TELL THE SAME FRUSTRATING STORY. THIS MAN'S HOME HAS COLLAPSED, YET NO ONE WILL COME AND HELP HIM LIFT THE SLABS. -first victim bite in hindi
THIS MAN KNOWS TWELVE FAMILIES ARE TRAPPED IN A BUILDING, YET NO ONE HAS COME TO HELP SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS. a great tragedy has occured.... INDIA'S PRIME MINSTER PROMISES DISASTER AREAS WILL BE GIVEN EVERY ASSISTANCE. IN WASHINGTON, THE STATE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT'S JUST WAITING FOR WORD FROM INDIA: THERE HAVE BEEN NEARLY A HUNDRED AFTERSHOCKS SINCE THE QUAKE-- THE STRONGEST MEASURING MAGNITUDE 5.6...WHICH HAVE NOT HELPED RESCUE EFFORTS AT ALL. STEPHEN CLARK FOR CBS NEWS.)

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Authorities are now calling the death of a Pittsylvania County boy a homicide.
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An autopsy revealed four-year-old Matthew (Juice-toe) Guisto died of blunt trauma.
The boy was last seen alive Saturday night.
His mother Serena Guisto called paramedics late Sunday afternoon.
The child lived in Hurt with his mother and her boyfriend.
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The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Department has not made an arrest.

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It looks like Judge Roy Willet has less than three weeks left on the job.
The 58 year- old went to Richmond this morning, hoping to save his seat on the Circuit Court bench in Roanoke County. But it did not work.
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The judge met privately with legislative leaders, expecting to be called before a panel of lawmakers.
But Salem Delegate Morgan Griffith informed the Joint Judicial Selection subcommittee that Judge Willett would not attend the meeting.
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((I KNOW THAT ONE OF THE THINGS WE WERE GOING TO CONSIDER WAS THE JUDGESHIP FOR THE 23RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. AS FAR AS I UNDERSTAND, NO CANDIDATE WAS INVITED TO APPEAR IN FRONT OF US THIS MORNING ON THAT JUDGESHIP.))
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Democrats could still force a vote on the House floor, but Griffith says he plans to ask the Salem- Roanoke County bar for a new name to fill Willett's position.
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If the legislature doesn't pick a replacement before the General Assembly adjourns February 24th, it'll be left to the Governor to name a new judge for Roanoke County.

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There are all kinds of dangers out there and the United States must be ready.
With that thought- President Bush is going forward with a missile defense program.
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New defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld says a 1972 treaty with the Soviets banning such a system- is outdated-
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((DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY: THE PRESIDENT HAS NOT BEEN AMBIGUOUS ABOUT THIS. HE SAYS HE INTENDS TO DEPLOY A MISSILE DEFENSE CAPABILITY FOR THE COUNTRY. HE HAS CONCLUDED IT IS NOT IN THE COUNTRIES INTEREST TO PERPETUATE VULNERABILITY.))
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The man who will head up foreign affairs was also sworn in-
Colin Powell is the nation's 65th secretary of state.
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((COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE: I THINK WE HAVE ENORMOUS OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD OF US. THERE WILL ALSO BE CHALLENGES. THERE WILL ALSO BE DANGERS.))
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Powell says he looks forward to playing a part as the nation structures foreign policy.
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Still ahead on the news cast, Texas cattle ranchers are afraid mad cow disease may hit America.
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[VO] Also Alcohol control officers say a local night club is a nuisance.
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Ten people were killed today in Illinois when a van collided with a tractor trailer.
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Authorities say a Salvation Army van crossed the median before it was hit broadside by the 18 wheeler.
It is not know why the driver lost control. It was snowing at the time but the highway was clear.
The van belonged to the Salvation Army's halfway house in Chicago. A spokesman says the van was used to take families to visit prisoners.
All ten of the people killed were in the van. The driver survived, but is in critical condition.
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Carilion says one of its doctors violated the non-compete clause in his contract.
So, the company is taking him to court. Carilion says Doctor William Ball failed to honor a two year waiting period before continuing to practice in the area.

Ball's attorney says the no-compete clause expired last year.
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A similar case in Salem. Lewis Gale Clinic is now taking its case against two former doctors to the State Supreme Court.
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Lewis Gale says Doctors Preston Waldrop and Gregory Reibel (Ree-bul) violated the no-compete clause in their contracts when they opened a new clinic.
A Salem judge denied Lewis Gale's request for a temporary injunction to stop them from practicing while the case is pending.
Lewis Gale wants a higher court to review that decision.
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An adult cabaret in Montgomery County has been cited for alcohol violations and causing a public nuisance.
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Alcohol and Beverage Control Agents charged Juicie's Exotic Cabaret Executive General Manager Bruce Martin with maintaining a public nuisance and illegally storing alcohol this week.
The charges stem from a raid earlier this month.
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Undercover state agents said they observed violations of county nudity and alcohol ordinances at the adult club.
The club has been closed since the raid.

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Mad cow disease has plagued meat producers in Europe. While it's never been found in America, there are new concerns tonight in Texas.
The Food and Drug Administration is testing a herd of 12-hundred cattle in Texas.
Terisa Estacio has more.
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((The problem forcing the quarantine of more than a thousand cattle in Texas started here at this Ralston-Purina plant west of San Antonio. They make animal feed here. The company says by accident, dead animal parts were mixed in with grain, a mixture that is illegal to feed to cows in the United States.

SOT: Barry Fisher, Plant Manager


In Europe, mad cow disease was spread after healthy cattle consumed the remains of infected dead animals. As a result, thousands of cows were destroyed. US officials say there are no cattle in the US that show signs of the disease. But as a precaution, the 12-hundred cattle, some of which may have eaten the illegal mixture, are now being tested by the US government to ensure they are fit for human consumption.

SOT: DR. Konrad Eugster, Director, Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic

Lab 144713 "Having these rules in place, having an active surveillance programs through these labs such as ours should hopefully keep the disease from entering this county.
Stand up: Corporate spokesperson from R-P says it is legal to mix animal by-products with feed for poultry, pigs and even dogs and cats. However the company plans to halt that practice immediately.
Meanwhile the state of the quarantined cows in Texas in uncertain.

SOT: SOT: DR. Konrad Eugster, Director, Texas Veterinary Medical

Diagnostic Lab "They may decide to slaughter some of these, to put them down.."
Ralson-Purina says it voluntarily initiated the recall of suspect feed, informed the rancher and notified the US government. Terisa Estacio, CBS News, Gonzalez, Texas. ))

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Things are going to get hectic during a beauty competition in Roanoke this weekend. Still it's safe to say all the contestants will be the cat's meow and there's not a dog in the bunch. Jacey Birch explains.
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There's a lot of preening and primping for a beauty contest at the Clarion Hotel in Roanoke this weekend. The competition will be tough, even down right catty.
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Jacey Birch is at the Star City Cat Fanciers Cat Show where they are preparing for the big show.
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Still to come on the newscast, Mike Stevens will be along with a preview of the Big Orange Wrestling tournament.


But if you're looking forward to another big GAME this weekend- and we're not talking about the superbowl- you'll still want to stay tuned as we see what it takes to get Survivor on the air.
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The American Lung Association has a new plan to help smokers kick the habit.
It's called the Quit Smoking Action Plan -- and they say it works better because smokers design it themselves.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton explains.
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The American Lung Association says while 70-percent of smokers want to quit --only 34 percent make an effort.
And less than three percent actually succeed.
The American Lung Association hopes by giving smokers the information they need to develop their own plan to quit -- the success rate will improve.
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((THIS IS SPELLING OUT EVERY OPTION AVAILABLE AND IF THEY TRY ONE OF THE OPTIONS AND IT DOESN'T WORK THEY CAN GO BACK AND RETHINK AND TRY ANOTHER PLAN)) [RUNS20]
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Here's how it works. There are three steps.
The First Step is prepares the smoker to quit with behavior modification.
It helps them identify their reasons for quitting and the barriers they will run into.
It helps weigh the pros and cons of the various help programs --from books and manuals to individual counseling.
The Second Step deals with medications. It evaluates the success rates of nicotine replacement therapies.
The Third step is Staying Smoke Free. It deals ways to prevent a relapse.
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((THE SUCCESS RATE SHOULD BE FAIRLY HIGH WITH THIS PLAN IF PEOPLE STICK TO IT AND DON'T GET DISCOURAGED IF THEY'RE NOT SUCCESSFUL THE FIRST TIME)) [RUNS08]
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Ferguson say the general rule that is you can make pass the first 10 to 14 days you've overcome the worst of it.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke))
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For a copy of the Quit Smoking Plan contact the American Lung Association.




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There was a big sold out sporting event in Philadelphia today...and the winner flew through the competition.
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About 20 thousand people turned out today to watch the Wing Bowl.
The 23 contestants ranged in size from small to almost 700 pounds. They had 30 minutes to see who could eat the most wings.
Bill Simmons won the event for the second time in three years. He ate 137 wings in the half hour.
Simmons said he just loves chicken and planned on eating some more when he got home.
For all his hard work, Simmons gets a free trip to Aruba.
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Welcome everyone to your Friday and what promises to be a big Super Bowl weekend.
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The Roanoke Express has three home games to end the month at the Roundhouse and all three are Northeast Division conference games. The trifecta begins tonight at 7:30 against Greensboro.
Roanoke is currently is fourth in the conference behind Trenton, Richmond and Charlotte.
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Beating Greensboro tonight will not be an easy task. The Generals have beaten the Express 8 out of 9 times this season.



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Wrestling fans forget about the W-C-W and W-W-F the big time wrestlers are in Vinton for the Big Orange tourrnament.
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The 16 schools competing are invited to the tournament that's in its 25-th year.
Each year the competition gets better and many state champions are crowned from the individual's that perform in the Big Orange.
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Kahila reached a milestone in his career earlier this week. Kahila talks about that and this years team that's again picked as one of the favorites.


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The Super Bowl is now just 2 days away, and Super Bowl 35 will definitely be filling the airwaves here on Your Hometown Station.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 1205] Sunday at Noon the six hour pregame party begins with CBS Sports and MTV hooking up to bring a special Total Request LIVE to your from Tampa. The official pregame show with Jim Nantz and the gang gets underway at three and Super Bowl 35 kicks off at six right here on WDBJ-7 with N'Sync and Aerosmith providing the halftime show.
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[PINNACLE 1203] Plus, don't forget that tomorrow at four, the Virginia Cavaliers are back in action on Your Hometown Station as they take on Clemson. News 7 at Five continues with Jean right after this short break. Take care everyone.
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You would have to be on a desserted island NOT to know that Survivor Two debuts Sunday night following the Super Bowl. This time 16 contestants are stranded in the Australian Outback, but they're not alone. It takes a huge crew to put together the show. Manuel Gallegus gives us a look behind the scenes.
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((SIXTEEN SURVIVORS, ALL ALONE, IN THE HARSH AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK...WELL, NOT EXACTLY.

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THIS IS, AFTERALL, A T.V. SHOW-- WITH LIGHTS, CAMERAS AND ACTION.
FAKE ROCKS ENHANCE THE WILDERNESS..CANVAS HIDES ELECTRICAL CABLES AND THE GAS LINES FUELING THE TRIBAL COUNCIL FLAMES.
-NAT CREW TAPING SURVIVORS-
PRODUCTION CREWS FOLLOW THE CONTESTANTS EVERY MOVE.
HELICOPTERS SHOOT SCENICS, DIRECTORS GIVE ORDERS.

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DOCTORS, DIVERS AND SECURITY ARE ALWAYS LURKING.
SO WHILE THE CONTESTANTS ARE STRUGGLING TO FIND FOOD AND SHELTERAND CANT TAKE A SHOWER
STAND UP
behind the scenes of survivor II its a very different story. Here in the middle of the Australian wilderness theres a tent city set up for a crew of 250 -twice as many as on the first show.
THEY CALL THIS MAIN STREET.
ITS ABOUT A HALF HOUR DRIVE AND A WORLD AWAY FROM WHERE THE SURVIVORS ARE

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Im trying to not look like an Australian and not shave..
THERES A BARBER, A CANTEEN, AND A CHEF WHO MAKES HOT FOOD.
SHOWERS TOO
ITS WHERE THE CREWS COME TO GET REST, WHERE SHOW CREATOR MARK BURNETT AND HOST JEFF PROBST HAVE THEIR DOWN TIME.
HEY, THEYRE NOT CONTESTANTS.

-SOT- JEFF PROBST, HOST SURVIVOR

this is a great way to make a living. My buddies and friends tell me, do you have any idea how good you have it? You hit the mother lode!
THE SURVIVOR PLAYERS HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEYRE MISSING. THEY CANT SEE ANY OF IT
BUT DONT FEEL TOO SORRY FOR THEM EVENTHOUGH THE SETS ARE FAKE, THE CASH IS REAL. ON SET OF SURVIVOR II IN THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK, MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS))[Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]