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Today on News 7 at 5, a man wielding a machete invades a Pennsylvania school house. We'll have the details.
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and a close basketball game last night leads to a celebration then a riot.
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Everything from wind advisories to snow advisories on this Groundhog slash Prariedog day. We'll check the weekend forecast next.

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In other news, there's a controversy over the weather forecast this Ground Hog's Day.
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Roanoke's prairie dog disagrees Punxsutawney Phil.
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A man armed with a machete and a baseball bat- goes on a rampage in a Pennsylvania school-

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It seems to happen all too often- violence in school.
Today it was a small town Pennsyvlania school- just before lunchtime.
One student says she heard screaming in the halls- another said the man chased the principal down a hall.
Five students, two teachers and the principal were hurt- Stephen Clark reports.
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((A FIVE YEAR CINDY BUTTORF DESCRIBES WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE HER KINDERGARETEN CLASSROOM. He came in and started pounding on us. POLICE SAY a MAN--ARMED WITH A MACHETE AND A BASEBALL BAT CAME INTO THE SCHOOL JUST BEFORE LUNCHTIME AND STARTED CHASING THE SCHOOL'S PRINCIPAL DOWN THE HALL...SLASHING HER WITH THE KNIFE. Patrick Casener/student I thought i heard a teacher say hey what are you doing then I heard a bunch of screaming mrs mcgee went over and made this sign that meant lock the door so she told us to go on the ground because somebody bad was coming. SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY HE NEVER ACTUALLY ENTERED ANY CLASSROOMS...BUT HE WAS RIGHT OUTSIDE TASHA BADDER'S ROOM: All the kids were like somethings wrong somethings going on and i started crying. RODESSA SMITH WAS WAITING OUTSIDE TO PICK UP HER GRANDDAUGHTER WHEN THE MAN ATTACKED. Rodessa Smith/grandparent of pupil They were all screaming and crying saying somebody is beating a teacher up and the teacher up im so glad they made it out--the rest of them are ok as far as I know. THE SCHOOL HAS A KEYCARD SECURITY SYSTEM...BUT A SCHOOL OFFICIAL SAID THE ATTACKER FOLLOWED A PARENT THROUGH THE DOOR. POLICE HAVE IDENTIFIED THE ATTACKER AS 56 YEAR OLD MICHAEL STANKEWICH . HIS CAR BEARING TENNESSEE PLATES --WAS PARKED IN FRONT WITH THE KEYS IN THE IGNITION. SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY THEY DON'T BELIEVE HE HAS AnY CONNECTION WITH ANY OF THE STUDENTS OR STAFF, STEPHEN CLARK FOR CBS NEWS.))


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An attack of a different kind in California- A dog attacked and killed a woman- in San Francisco.
Tonight the dog's owner- a tax attorney- says he should not be charged with a crime.
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This is an unusual case.
Robert Noel talked with reporters outside of a state prison today- where he and his wife have recently adopted a White Supremacist inmate.
Authorities say the inmate runs an operation that breeds fighting dogs- to protect drug labs.
Police say the dog- Bane- that attacked the woman- was part of that operation.
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((ROBERT NOEL/DOG'S OWNER: GIVEN THE CIRCUMSTANCES NO. THERE WAS NO INDICATIN TO US THAT BANE HAD ANY SUCH PROPENSIITES.))
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Bane is a 120 pound Mastiff Canary Island dog. The victim- was a college lacross coach.
Diane Whipple was attacked while she was going into her apartment.
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President Bush brings is promising to bring Democrats and Republicans together- today he brought that message- to Virginia.
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The Marine One Chopper touched down in Williamsburg- where Bush talked medicare and social security with Republicans.
But he's not neglecting the Democrats.
In fact, this morning Bush dropped by a closed door meeting of Senate Democrats in D-C.
That's the first time a modern preisdent has huddled like that, with the opposition.
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If Groundhog Day was run like an election, some people might demand a recount.
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((I KNOW YOU HOPE WINTER SOON ENDS. I'M VERY GLAD I DON'T COUNT THE CHAD. BUT AS A COMMITTEE OF ONE, I RELY ONLY ON THE SUN. YOU KNOW WHAT THE MEANING OF THIS IS. NOW, I SEE MY SHADOW, GEE WHIZ, SIX MORE WEEKS OF WINTER THERE IS".))
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There's some disagreement with some of the nation's best known weather rodents.
The official groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil of Pennsylvania, saw his shadow this morning. That means winter will linger around for six more weeks.
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But, Wisconsin's Jimmy and Georgia's General (Bow-regard) Beauregard Lee both say spring is nearly here.


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Roanoke's favorite rodent agreed with her other Southern friends.
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Kylie is Mill Mountain Zoo's top prairie dog.
Dozens gathered there hoping she would NOT see her shadow.
While it was debatable if Kylie saw her shadow, Vice-Mayor Bill Carder is convinced she did not.
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((IT'S UP TO OUR VERY IMPORTANT VICE-MAYOR TO DECIDE. I GOT SOME HELP HERE... DID YOU SEE HER SHADOW WHEN SHE CAME OUT? NO!!!!))
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Kylie has correctly predicted the weather for Roanoke two out of the last three years.
If she's right, the next six weeks will be mild winter weather, followed by an early spring.
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Authorities in the New River Valley say what they originially thought was an accidental death, may have been a murder. We'll have the details after this break.
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[VO] Also a children's health program in Roanoke is about to run out of money.
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She was supposed to meet a man for a modeling assignment... now it's been four days since anyone has seen a missing Bedford County woman.
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20- year- old Tina Louise Foster disappeared from the parking lot of the Hooter's Restaurant on Williamson Road in Roanoke Monday night.
She'd told her parents she was meeting a man there who was going to take some modeling photographs of her.
But Foster and her car have since disappeared.
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((INVEST. GARY BABB/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: GIVEN THE CIRCUMSTANCES THERE'S ALWAYS CONCERN, ESPECIALLY WHEN SOMEONE'S MISSING. FROM ALL INDICATIONS, THIS IS TOTALLY OUT OF CHARACTER FOR HER TO NOT NOTIFY HER PARENTS.))
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Foster was driving a white 1987 Mustang with Virginia tags "I-N-Y-U-R-I-Z".
Anyone with information should call the Bedford County sheriff's department.
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When Salem elementary school teacher Mickey Faville choked on a piece of chicken last year, police said her death was an accident.
But now authorities are investigating the case as a homocide.
The 52 year old teacher died March 7th while she ate alone in her Blacksburg home. According to a search warrant, sheriff's deputies searched the house last week and seized journals, notes, computer equipment and two types of pain medication.
Radford police also say Faville's husband is charged with obstructing justice. 56 year old Ward Faville Junior is accused of brandishing a weapon at police as they searched the home.
Authorities will not say why they suspect foul play.

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Tonight NEWS 7 revisits a double murder from the mid-1980's... the story of Elizabeth Haysom and the murder of her parents.
Haysom has given an interview you'll see tonight on NEWS 7 at SIX.
Keith Humphry reviews the case for us.
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(( She was not quite 21 when her parents were killed in Bedford County in 1985.
Haysom pled guilty as an accessory after the fact to first degree murder.
In 1990 she testified against her former lover, pinning blame on him as the killer. I LOVED THE GIRL ...though she conceded Jens Soering had gotten the idea from her that she wanted her parents dead. ((HE KILLED MY PARENTS OUT OF LOVE FOR ME. HE HAD DONE IT FOR ME.)) That testimony ten years ago was Haysom's last public appearance. Since then she has always turned down requests for interviews.
A public television crew encountered Haysom at Fluvanna Prison last Fall. She talked openly about the nature of her crime and how she's changed over the last 15 years.
You'll see some of that interview on NEWS 7 at SIX tonight.))
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In Health news, school health centers are the only option some Roanoke children have to get access to medical care.
But money is running out for RAHP (WRAP), the Roanoke Adolescent Health Partnership.
And that could mean cutbacks.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details?
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Jean, if RAHP doesn't get more funding soon -- services for students will have to be phased out.
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And that will affect students at Patrick County High School, Hurt Park Elementary, William Fleming and Ruffner.
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((IF OUR CLINIC WEREN'T AT THE SCHOOL PROBABLY 2-THOUSAND TO 25-HUNDRED KIDS WOULD GO WITHOUT ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE)) [RUNS09]
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8th grader Derek Coles so he doesn't know where he would go if the health center at Ruffner is closed down.
He says so many student rely on the center -- for everything from health care to counseling.
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To stay open, the Roanoke Adolescent Health Partnership needs 100-thousand dollars by this summer --and total of 200-thousand by next summer.
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((THIS SUMMER WE WOULD HAVE TO CUT SOME SERVICES BACK AND BY NEXT WE WOULD HAVE TO MAKE SOME DECISIONS ABOUT CONTINUING OPERATING)) [RUNS09]
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The Roanoke School System plans to continue to give about 75-thousand dollars a year to the program.
But Superintendent Doctor Wayne Harris says he won't recommend that school system give anymore money than that.
He says it's not the public school system's responsibility to provide health care to students.
But he does say he thinks the services are necessary.
The 75-thousand dollars goes for salaries, benefits -- and the utilities for the building.
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Jean, RAHP is turning to the city, the community, and other businesses asking for the help.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will show us the history behind the Christiansburg Institute.
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The Christianburg Institute has been closed for over thirty years- but it's history is not forgotten.
The school began as a learning place for freed slaves-
Now you can learn more about it.
The History Museum of Western Virginia has a new exhibit which chronicles the Institute's change in Virginia.


Jacey Birch has more.
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Coming up next on the newscast, it's what most songwriters want... National attention- Two local writers are getting it on the radio,
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and then following Sports, we'll tell you why the Friends over at N-B-C have discovered C-B-S stands for CAN'T BEAT SURVIVOR.
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A parody of a hit song has brought some national exposure to a local songwriting team.
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Dean Doyle, a Martinsville native who now lives in Nashville, and Steve Hobbs the owner of a local Video Production Company teamed up to create the parody of Kid Rock's recent hit, Cowboy.
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Their version, titled "John-Boy," aired yesterday on the nationally syndicated John Boy and Billy radio show.
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Doyle and Hobbs don't expect to make any money from their parody. They created it for fun. No word yet on the follow-up.
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Welcome everybody to the Friday night ticker. Last night many of you tuned into Your Hometown Station for the Duke - Carolina basketball
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showdown in Durham and witnessed one outstanding game. Most of you went to bed shortly after the game was over - something folks in Chapel Hill should have done.
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Following the game, North Carolina fans flooded Franklin Street in Chapel Hill and began celebrating. However, it's unlikely that the owner of this car would condier their actions a celebration. Fires were set along the street and many in the crowd turned the tight group of students into an outdoor mosh pit. Amazingly, no one was injured and even more amazingly no one was arrested. The students also turned the car back over on its wheels.
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All the stupidity was triggered by Carolina's two point and no doubt a couple of cold one.
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Carolina came in looking for its 15th straight win, and the Heels were impressive in the opening half as they built up a double digit lead and eventually took a seven point advantage into the lockeroom. Duke would rally all the way back behind the play of guard Jason Williams, the fabulous point guard scored 32 points.


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But Brendan Haywood hit two free throws with one second to play to give Carolina the 85-to-83 win and sole possession of first place in the ACC.
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[PINNACLE 1202] Plenty of ACC hoop action is coming your way tomorrow as N.C. State and Syracuse things off at one o'clock here on Your Hometown Station.
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[PINNACLE 1203] Then at four, North Carolina will try to bring some civility back to Chapel Hill as the Tarheels host dangerous Ga. Tech.
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[PINNACLE 1204] And then tomorrow night at 8, the Virginia Cavaliers fresh off their trouncing of Maryland take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons - a team that beat UVa by 23 earlier this season.
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The Virginia Tech football program has pieced together the school best recruiting year ever as it zeroes in on next Wednesday's national signing day. The Hokie had hope to get four of the top five players in the Commonwealth, but this afternoon Varina high school quarterback Michael Robinson picked Penn State over the Hokies.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, we'll hear from the one Virginia Cavalier who is doing more than anyone to lure DeSagana Diop to UVa next season. Take care everybody and have a safe weekend. [go to break]



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Television's Survivor program is not winning any Friends over at NBC.
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Early ratings numbers show the battle of Thursday night went to CBS.
Survivor beat both Friends and a Saturday Night Live Special in the first face off with "Must See T-V." It even drew more viewers than "E-R."
One person involved with Survivor is not happy about last night's show.
Kel Gleason was voted off after he was accused of sneaking in food. Bob Winsor has more.
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((KEL SAYS OC: THE TYPE OF PERSON THAT PLAYS THIS GAME WELL IS NOT ME.
TRACK: NOW THAT HE'S BACK AT FORT HOOD, TEXAS, KEL GLEASON NOW ADMITS HE WASN'T REALLY LIKE ANY OF THE OTHERS ON THE OGAKOR TRIBE.
KEL SAYS OC: STICK ME WITH 7 PEOPLE THAT WERE TOTALLY DIFFERENT, I DON'T, I CAN'T DANCE I DOWNT ACT ON TV..HAVE A COOKING SHOW.
TRACK: ALTHOUGH HE SAYS THE REAL REASON HE GOT KICKED OFF WAS BECAUSE HE WAS AN ARMY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER.
KEL SAYS OC; FEAR SET IN TO A LOT OF THEM. THIS GUY IS A THREAT. ALL THEY HEARD WERE TWO WORDS...ARMY CAPTAIN..THREAT.
TRACK: KEL WAS A LOT MORE RESERVED OUT THERE THAN SAY PEOPLE LIKE JERRI, KEITH OR EVEN MITCHELLWHO WERE NOT SHY ABOUT MAKING THEIR FEELINGS KNOWN AND WHO KEL SAYS WERE ALWAYS PLAYING TO THE CAMERA
KEL GLEASON SAYS OC; IT WAS LIKE STAR SEARCH OUT THERE. I THOUGHT ED MCMAHON WOULD COME OUT OF THE BUSHES AT ANY MOMENT.
TRACK: OF COURSE, BEING ACCUSED OF HIDING FOOD IN HIS BACKPACK DIDN'T HELP THINGS EITHER
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KEL SAYS OC: I DIDN'T KNOW THEY DID IT BEHIND MY BACK..THEY WENT THROUGH MY GEAR BEHIND MY BACK. THAT'S WHEN I KNEW..THESE PEOPLE DIDN'T LIKE ME NO MATTER HOW HARD I TRY.
TRACK: KEL'S ADVICE FOR THE REST OF THE OUTBACKERS IS PRETTY SIMPLE
KEL GLEASON SAYS OC: THE SURVIVIOR HANDSHAKE IS THIS (PSYCHO) I WAS THE RECEPIENT OF THAT MANY TIMES.
FOR CBS, THIS IS BOB WINSOR REPORTING))
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For the record, the producers of the show say Kel was not sneaking food. All the contestants were searched before the program. [Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]