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Next, a little boy left alone on a school bus. School officials want to make sure it doesn't happen again.
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And major layoffs at a major American automaker.

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Keeping an eye on a big batch of rain moving in from the southwest. Details coming up.

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A local hospital stops ambulance service and delivering babies. The reasons why today on Healthcheck.
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And lend us an ear ... the debate over hearing aids ... and insurance coverage.
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((AS SOON AS I PULLED IN.. I FOUND OUT.))
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Students on a college campus are mourning the loss of some of their own - after a weekend plane crash.
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The small plane went down killing ten people- many of them were associated wtih the Oklahoma State University Basketball team.
As Terisa Estacio reports, the plane took off from an airport near Denver- Now authorites are trying to figure out what went wrong.
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((The small propellor plane that crashed this weekend, killing all ten on board , including two Oklahoma State University basketball players, took off from the Jefferson County airport. Crash team specialists are gathering field samples and interviewing maintainance workers. Their focus: whether the aircraft was de-iced prior to departure. The plane crashed into this snow swept pasture, approximately 17 minutes after takeoff. Skies were overcast and there was a light snowfall. John Hammerschmidt, NTSB Snowfall hindering investigation. Terisa Estacio Bridge: Two other planes carrying Oklahoma basketball players and staff members also took off from this airport Saturday night. Investigators plan to talk with crew members in hopes of shedding more light on the cause of the crash. At Oklahoma State University, students returned to classes for the first time since the crash, some stopping to leave flowers at a makeshift memorial outside the sports arena. I stayed at home in Cleveland last night because I didn't know how I'd would react. As soon as I pulled in to Stillwater this morning I found.
Student :It kinda makes you take a look at your own self and how well you live your life. Basketball games have been cancelled and a memorial service will be held at the university on Wednesday. Terisa Estacio, CBS News, Denver.))

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Thousands of Chrysler workers will be looking for new jobs. The company is shutting down six plants in North America ... for up to two years.
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The closings are part of a company plan announced today ... to cut 25-thousand jobs, about 20 per cent of the automaker's North American workforce.
Chrysler says three-quarters of those cuts will c this year.
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The Henry County School district wants to make sure it never happens again.
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That after an elementary student was accidentally left on a school bus last Thursday.
The bus was parked at the driver's house, and the child was discovered when the driver returned to the vehicle for the afternoon run.
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((DR> SHARON DODSON/SUPERINTENDENT: THE BEST I CAN DETERMINE, THE STUDENT WAS ON THE BUS FROM ABOUT 8:40 8:30 TIL ABOUT 2:00 TO 2:10.))
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The child was checked out by a physician and received a clean bill of health.
The driver no longer drives a school bus for the county.
District officials are also reviewing the procedure drivers must take .. to make sure no students are left on the bus.
Tonight on News 7 at six, we'll take a look at that system and how the district believes the system even after this mishap.
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Those who can't afford to hear had their voices heard today by Virginia's Senate.
A bill that would mandate that health insurers cover hearing aids got preliminary approval.
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Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol.
How costly would this be?
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That depends on who you talk to.
But supporters say it should cost NO more than three dollars a year to everyone's premiums.
For one senator, it got personal.
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((SEN. RUSS POTTS/R-WINCHESTER: I DON'T KNOW HOW FAR MY MOM COULD HAVE GONE IN LIFE. BUT I THINK SHE COULD HAVE GONE A WHOLE LOT FURTHER IF SHE'D HAD A HEARING AID. AND AFTER SHE GOT THAT HEARING AID, ON THE PHONE SHE GOT ONE OF THOSE LITTLE DEVICES THAT TURNED THE VOLUME UP. AND WHEN I WAS OFF AT COLLEGE I COULD CALL MY MOM, AND SHE COULD HEAR EVERYTHING I SAID AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, SHE COULD ALWAYS HEAR THOSE WORDS I LOVE YOU.))29
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((SEN. FRANK WAGNER/R-VIRGINIA BEACH: WELL IT'S ANOTHER STRAW ON THE CAMEL'S BACK. IF YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT COMPASSION, THE COMPASSION I FEEL IS FOR THOSE 40 PERCENT OF THOSE COMPANIES WHERE THOSE PEOPLE DON'T HAVE ANY HEALTH INSURANCE. WHERE THEY DON'T HAVE THE PAP SMEAR AVAILABILITY. WHERE THEY DON'T HAVE THE MAMMOGRAMS. WHAT'S GONNA HAPPEN TO THOSE FOLKS?))
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The bill would reimburse the cost of one hearing aid per ear, up to 12-hundred dollars per hearing aid.
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The bill faces another vote in the Senate, probably tomorrow... then would head to the House.
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A former Playboy playmate is still going after her late husband's millions. Still ahead, Anna Nicole Smith goes to court.
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And so does "Puff Daddy". Sean Combs goes on trial for burglary .. and more.
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Puff Daddy is on trial.
Sean Combs faces charges that begin with a shooting at a nightclub more than a year ago.
Stephen Clark is in New York City with the story.
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((SEAN COMBS SHOWED UP AT COURT READY TO BATTLE CHARGES OF ILLEGAL GUN POSSESSION AND BRIBERY. HIS HIGH POWERED ATTOREY JOHNNY COCHRAN WAS CLOSE BEHIND.
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THE CHARGES STEM FROM A SHOOTING IN DECEMBER 1999 INSIDE THIS MANHATTAN NIGHT CLUB.
COMBS ISN'T CHARGED WITH SHOOTING THREE BYSTANDERS, TWO WHO WERE SERIOUSLY INJURED...BUT PROSECUTORS SAY HE AND GIRLFRIEND SINGER JENNIFER LOPEZ FLED THE SCENE AND RAN 11 STOP LIGHTS BEFORE BEING ARRESTED WITH A GUN. HE LATER ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO BRIBE HIS DRIVER INTO CLAIMING THE GUN WAS HIS.

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IN OPENING ARGUMENTS, PROSECUTOR MATTHEW BOGDANUS PROMISED TO PRODUCE WITNESSES WHO SAW COMBS ACTUALLY FIRE THE GUN IN THE NIGHTCLUB AND LATER THROW IT FROM HIS GETAWAY CAR.
Braffman 8:26--i'm pleased with the way the morning has gone...:03

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ONE OF COMB'S ATTORNEYS, BENJAMIN BRAFFMAN, IN HIS OPENING ARGUMENT TRIED TO DISTANCE COMBS FROM HIS TWO CO-DEFENDANTS... RAPPER JAMAL "SHYNE" BARROW, ACCUSED IN THE ACTUAL SHOOTING... AND COMB'S BODYGUARD ANTHONY JONES, ACCUSED OF POSSESSING A SECOND GUN IN THE GETAWAY CAR.

BRAFFMAN TOLD THE JURORS--QUOTE-- YOU CAN CALL HIM PUFF, YOU CAN CALL HIM PUFF DADDY, BUT YOU CAN'T CALL HIM GUILTY.
Braffman 9:35--i think puffy from the beginning has been very confident eager to proceed he's shown me a great deal of class and he has great faith in the system of trial by jury :45 (:10)
A CRUSH OF FANS HAVE STAKED OUT THE COURTHOUSE...SOME JUST TO CATCH A GLIMPSE OF THE HIP-HOP SUPERSTAR...OTHER'S TO SHOW THEIR SUPPORT.
Tom Guest 13:35--the only reason hes facing fifteen years is cause he's got money :03 Maurcie Hickman 13:01--he's not trying to hurt nobody--why would he go to a party trying to hurt anyone? :04

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Jennifer lopez is on both sides lists of potential witnesses. there's no word however when and if she will testify in a trial expected to last several weeks. in ny stephen clark for cbs news. :11))

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Anna Nicole Smith took the stand today in the fight over her late husband's will.
Smith was just 26 when she married the 89 year old oil baron- J. Howard Marshall.
Smith told the court her husband was the first person who ever loved her.
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((I LOVED MY HUSBAND. HE TOOK ME OUT OF A TERRIBLE PLACE. HE TOOK CARE OF ME. HE WAS MY SAVIOUR.))
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Smith is a former playboy playmate- who's testimony comes nearly a month after she won a 475 million bankruptcy judgement from her late husbands estate.
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If president Bush has his way, religious groups may soon be receiving billions of dollars in government funds.
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The president made good on a campaign pledge today .. establishing a White House office to distribute the money to faith-based organizations.
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((As I said in my inaugural address compassion is the work of a nation not just a government It is more that the calling of politicians. It is the calling of citizens.))
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The president says private groups deserved the opportunity to compete for taxpayer funds.


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Everybody wants to cut their own music track ... well ALMOST everyone wants to at one time or another. Jacey Birch has found one of the places where you can do it.
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Have you ever thought about recording your own music?
If you want to pursue your dream of making it big or just make a CD for someone special... you don't have to go far for the real deal.
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Jacey Birch is at Flat Five Press and Recording Company in Salem to show us how the pros record anyone's talent.
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The man who coaches one of the Hokies' biggest rivals is heading for the N-F-L. We'll name names, after Healthcheck.
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When it comes to the state budget... Virginia spends just as much money on substance abuse as it does on higher education.
That's according to a new report from the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.
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Today,the center released the data from its three-year study on 45 states.
According to the report, Virginia spent 267-dollars per person on substance abuse --almost 12 percent of its budget.

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((SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTION IS THE ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM OF AMERICAN SOCIETY. ABUSE AND ADDICTION INVOLVING ILLEGAL DRUGS, ALCOHOL, AND TOBACCO ARE IMPLICATED IN VIRTUALLY EVERY DOMESTIC PROBLEM OUR NATION FACES. ))
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The report recommends that state spends more money on prevention and treatment programs.
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A Salem woman has started a national organization to help people who've been overcharged for medical services.
It's called Medical Billing Advocates of America.
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It all began in 19-94, when Pat Palmer started her own business, called Medical Recovery Services.
Her business received a lot of media attention. And as result calls started pouring in from all across the country
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from people asking for help.
So Palmer decided to start a national association of people to review medial bills for errors.
Currently, the group has 45 members in 28 states.

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Patrick County's only hospital is forced to close its obstetrics unit and discontinue its ambulance services.
That's because the hospital is losing money at time when it's trying to pay back its creditors.
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R.J Reynolds Hospital filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy back in November of 19-99. Right now, it is awaiting court approval of a reorganization plan, one that includes cutting obstetrics and ambulance services, as well stepping down I-C-U services.
The hospital administrator says it's necessary to give up these services to stay operating and get back on its feet financially.
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Good evening everyone and welcome to the Monday ticker that it full of excitement for Tech football fans and Cleveland Browns' followers.
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Yes, the Super Bowl was played yesterday, but leave it to the Browns to ruin the Ravens' party.
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The University of Miami has confirmed this afternoon that Canes' head football coach Butch Davis is leaving Miami to take over the Browns.
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This announcement is full of irony in that the Browns make this move less than 24 hours after Cleveland's former franchise wins the super bowl. It also will make Miami's recruiting class very interesting. The national signing day is next Wednesday and who knows how many players will now decide to go somewhere other than Miami. Davis told his players of decision to leave this morning.
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The Express returns to the ice tomorrow night to battle Charlotte at the Round House.
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A crowd of 56 hundred came out this past Saturday to support the team. It was the largest crowd to attend an Express game this season.
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The team has won four of it's last five and three straight. The players and coach have been able to keep the focus on the ice while the team is in the process of being sold.
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((PERRY FLORIO/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:))
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One key for the Express has been Mike Omicioli. The center has three goals and three assists in five games and Roanoke is 4 and 1 since his arrival.
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[GO TO PINNACLE] And we want to remind you early and often this week that Your Hometown Station is the home for this week's big ACC showdown on Thursday night. Mark Your calendars as Duke takes on North Carolina Thursday night at nine on WDBJ-7.
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Coming up on News 7 at Six - we miked the Express' Calvin Elfring at today's practice. The uncut chatter is on the way, plus thoughts on Roanoke's first world champion from Baltimore - George Preas. Take care everyone. [GO TO BREAK]


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Some big names in rock music have some major projects in the works for this year.
Rebecca Rankin from VH-1 has word on what to expect from Rob Thomas, Seal, and Mark McGrath.
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((THE MUSIC WORLD EXPECTS ITS STARS TO KEEP THINGS MOVING -- TO KEEP PUSHING OUT NEW PRODUCT ALL THE TIME. WE CAUGHT UP WITH THREE OF THE INDUSTRY'S BIGGEST STARS TO FIND OUT WHAT'S UP FOR THE COMING YEAR:

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BETWEEN HIS MATCHBOX TWENTY DUTIES, ROB THOMAS'S BEEN TRYING TO EXERCISE HIS SONGWRITING MUSCLES BY COLLABORATING WITH ARTISTS LIKE WILLIE NELSON AND POSSIBLY EVEN MICK JAGGER...
Rob Thomas; Matchbox Twenty "You get the Writing Grammy and everybody starts coming in, you know, ooh, can you write a song for this and write a song and you're just like wow! you know it's like it's a take out window"....
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music under: "this could be heaven" ON THE HEALS OF HIS SINGLE FOR "THE FAMILY MAN" SOUNDTRACK, SINGER /SONGWRITER SEAL EXPECTS HIS UPCOMING ALBUM TO BE VIEWED AS MORE UPBEAT THAN HIS LAST WORK, 1998'S "HUMAN BEING".
Seal Intw: "I wasn't trying to make a dark album. i was really trying to kind of stress a point and don't ask me what the point was, 'cause i'm not sure at this moment. but // this one is very idealistic and fluffy. "
news transition music under sugar ray: "every morning" or "someday"
WITH A TRIPLE PLATINUM ALBUM UNDER THEIR BELTS, SUGAR RAY IS CONFIDENT THAT THEIR LUCK'LL HOLD OUT FOR THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM...
Mark McGrath, Sugar Ray " I think it's the best record we've written so far and i'm not just saying that for once! i mean we seem to be getting better as players and songwriters so if we can uh, duplicate that success again then that would be phenomenal.
REBECCA TAG: ROB THOMAS AND MATCHBOX TWENTY ARE BOTH UP FOR TROPHIES THIS YEAR AT THE GRAMMY AWARDS. YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE SHOW, FRERUARY 21ST, AND SEE IF THEY TAKE ANYTHING HOME WITH THEM. IN NEW YORK, I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN. ))
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