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Today on News 7 at 5, teachers remember Tina Foster, as the search for her killer continues.
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And digging out is hard to do ... after mother natures dumps more than two feet of snow on New England.
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Flirting with 60 today and it remains fairly mild tmorrow as well. Forecast details are just ahead.

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A former Survivor takes the show to court. She thinks they kept her from surviving longer.
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And doctors learn whether their former hospitals can keep them from practicing ... without paying a big price.
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((YOU KNOW IT WAS A LOT OF SNOW REALLY QUICK UNFORTUNATELY, IT CAUGHT EVERYONE.))
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He's not kidding- thre was so much snow it buried parts of the Northeast.
Don't think it's bad- Take a look at this car- underneath a mound of snow.
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The snow just kept on coming down- and when it was over- some places had more than three feet of snow on the ground.
Flights were cancelled- roads closed-
and instead of work, today most people spent the day working just to get out of their driveway.
Gretchen Carlson reports.
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(( People dug out and faced a miserable commute the morning after the third big snow storm of the year dumped two to three feet of snow across the Northeast.
Jim Wills, Snow Plow Operator I was out plowing all last night and all this morning. Now I'm gonna go home and do my own driveway
The season's first significant snowfall on a weekday closed businesses and, in some schools, forced back to back snow days.
Cool. Really awesome. Gretchen: But not everyone was happy. Mondays' snow came just as the residue of earlier storms was disappearing, creating a winter wonderland...beautiful but dangerous. Falling at up to an inch an hour, the worst came during the afternoon rush. Highways were littered with flipped vans and spun out cars. Reporter: Describe what travel has been like for you today.. man:
Airport airport runways were cleared and travelers got back on track Tuesday morning after air traffic came to a virtual standstill the day before...more than 200 filghts cancelled at Boston's Logan airport alone.
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The heavy, wet snow snapped trees and pulled down power lines. Utility crews worked round the clock to try to restore power to thousands of people. Still, most tried to take the storm in stride and make the best of what shouldn't be all that unexpected. It's February. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))

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While police continue the search for her killer, friends and teachers of Tina Louise Foster say they'll always remember her as a solid student who went out of her way to help others.
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Foster was a 1998 graduate of Staunton River High School in Moneta.
The discovery of her body near a Roanoke motel last week came as a shock to her former teachers.
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((TIM SAULS/ENGLISH TEACHER: I SAW THE HEADLINE IN THE PAPER.. I HADN'T EVEN REALIZED SHE WAS MISSING AND KIND OF A WAVE OF SADNESS.. IT WAS VERY SURPRISING AND IT'S KIND OF HARD TO COME TO TERMS WITH. IT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE.))
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School officials say guidance counselors have been prepared to talk with any students who are having trouble coping with Foster's death.
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Tonight on News 7 at 6, the latest on police efforts to track down her killer.

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Governor Jim Gilmore says a plan to slow the "phase-out" of the car tax amounts to a 260-million dollar tax increase. Today he urged Virginians to tell their lawmakers how they feel about that.
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Roanoke was one of the stops on Gilmore' statewide swing... and Joe Dashiell has more on his visit. Joe, isn't it unusual for a governor to barnstorm the state during a General Assembly session?
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Jean, it is unusual... but with the Senate now blocking the scheduled 70 percent phaseout of the car tax... Gilmore is trying to turn up the heat on lawmakers.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA HAVE SPOKEN. THEY HAVE SPOKEN REPEATEDLY ON THIS ISSUE. THEY HAVE SPOKEN ON IT WHEN WE RAN. THEY HAVE SPOKEN ON IT IN INTERIM ELECTIONS. THEY HAVE SPOKEN ON IT IN NUMEROUS SPECIAL ELECTIONS ACROSS THE STATE, AND THERE IS A MANDATE TO THIS.))
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And Jim Gilmore wants them to speak out again... Today he encouraged Virginians who want the phaseout of the car tax to continue on schedule to write, call, e-mail or fax their lawmakers.
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Of course, there are legislators of both parties who take issue with Gilmore's claim that slowing the phaseout of the car tax amounts to a tax increase. They believe that with state revenues almost flat they're compelled to freeze the phaseout.
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Jean, we'll hear from them tonight on News 7 at Six.[5-I73]


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Roanoke City Council today said it NEVER approved a motion endorsing any particular route for 1-73.
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The city went on record yesterday OPPOSING the option in blue, that cuts throughout southeast Roanoke.
Members also told V-DOT they oppose any other route through Roanoke other than the option in green, which follows Interstate 581 through the city, then heads southwest.
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In a news release today the city disputed published reports that it's endorsing a particular route.
Instead, council said, it is recommending limiting the number of options within the central corridor.[5-Cyberpark

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The city of Danville and Pittsylvania County are joining forces.
They are working together to move the economy foward in the Dan River region. Today, county and city leaders announced plans to develop two business parks.
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One will house a cyber park, the other will hold an industrial park.
The parks will house several high tech businesses as well as education and training facilities.
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((CARLYLE RAMSEY/DANVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: FOR THE MAJOR NEED OF ATTRACTING NEW BUSINESSES TO THE DAN RIVER REGION AND ENABLING TO BUSINESSES TO EXPAND, LOCATING THE INSTITUTE AND RCATT IN THE SAME PARK IN THE SAME PARK WILL BE A MAJOR PLUS.))
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The two parks will be located separately near the southeast quadrant of the U-S 29-58 interchange in Danville.
The total price tag for the project is estimated at around fifteen million dollars.
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First he was a prisoner or war. Then he fought the government .. to prove he was alive. His story is just ahead.
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And order in the court! Relatives of a murdered woman decide to take justice into their own hands.
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A military hero returns from Bosnia ...and life goes on - or does it?
A bureaucratic mixup stretching from Bosnia to Michigan and then to Washington found the former soldier fighting to convince the government he was really alive.
Stephen Clark has his story.
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((NARR: SGT. CHRISTOPHER STONE IS A GENUINE AMERICAN HERO. HE WAS CAPTURED BY SERBIAN FORCES IN BOSNIA TWO YEARS AGO AND SPENT 32 DAYS AS A PRISONER OF WAR BEFORE JESSE JACKSON ENGINEERED HIS RELEASE.
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HE CAME HOME TO MICHIGAN TO A PARADE AND A HERO'S WELCOME...AND SINCE THEN HAS WORKED HARD RECRUTING FOR THE MICHIGAN NATIONAL GUARD.

(Rep. Mike Rogers/R. Mich.)

11:06:02-so hes a pretty busy guy. very busy. Very active. Very active. Hes not dead? He is not deadcouldnt be further from it :-06
BUT DON'T TELL THAT TO THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION. THEY'VE GOT CHRISTOPHER STONE LISTED AS DEAD.

SOT: Staff Sgt. Christopher Stone/Former POW:10:33:44 people look at me

as I'm walking down the hall saying, you look pretty good for a dead guy
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STONE LEARNED HE WAS DEAD TWO WEEKS AGO WHEN HE TRIED TO BUY A CAR--HE COULDN'T GET A LOAN BECAUSE, AS FAR AS THE CREDIT BUREAU WAS CONCERNED, HE WAS DEAD.

SOT: Stone: 10:30:43 this comes up and makes me rehash all the stuff

that went on two years ago. and its pretty tough--especially when you're trying to get it fixed. :07

SOT: (Rep. Mike Rogers/R. Mich.)11:07:15-when youre facing a big

bureaucracy like social security or the credit bureau youre feeling pretty lonelywe were fortunate enough that in 48 hours we were able to get this thing straightened out for him :10
MICHIGAN CONGRESSMAN MIKE ROGERS HELPED GET HIS CREDIT RECORD STRAIGHT...NOW HE'S TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHO KILLED CHRIS STONE IN THE FIRST PLACE. THE CLUE WOULD SEEM TO BE THE DATE HE'S LISTED AS DECEASED...MARCH 31ST 1999...ITS THE SAME DAY HE WAS CAPTURED IN BOSNIA. THE PENTAGON, THOUGH, FLATLY DENIES IT EVER LISTED SGT CHRISTOPHER STONE AS DEAD.

(standup) and the credit bureau says the erroneous information had to have come from the social security administration... but so far they haven't been able to explain how they killed christopher stone. (:08)
SO WHILE THE BUREACRACY TRIES TO BRING CHRIS STONE BACK TO LIFE...HE'S GOT ANOTHER PROBLEM TO DEAL WITH.
10:33:42 When I walk into the office for the last two weeks, my boss would say, "I see dead people." (:05)
BUT AS YOU CAN SEE, HIS SENSE OF HUMOR IS VERY MUCH ALIVE IN WASHINGTON, STEPHEN CLARK FOR CBS NEWS.))


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A change in leadership in Israel-
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Voters elect Ariel Sharon (Sha-rone) the new Prime Minister there-
It appears the Israeli hardliner won big- exit polls show he has about a 20 point margin- over current Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
Barak was plagued by his inability to deliver a peace treaty with the Palestinians and end the violence-
Many Israelis have responded to Sharon's pledge of security first- and peace talks after the calm is restored.
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No calm at this point though- Israeli soliders reportedly wounded more than 40 Palestinians in clashes with rock throwers.
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Violence of a different sort in Greece- this took place inside a courtroom-
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A man convicted of murdering his wife- was attacked by the woman's relatives.
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The brother of the murdered woman dragged the man out of the dock- and began kicking and punching him.
It took two policemen quite some time to get this situtaion under control.
50 year old John Koudouris was convicted of the 1997 murder of his wife- stabbing her 14 times.
He was sentenced to life in prison- but the murdered woman's relatives feared that sentence could be reduced by the court.
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If you think the area you live in is just the cat's meow... wait until you see the replica collector's pieces of all the hot spots... Jacey Birch explains.
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Collections are a fun hobby for some... while others like to keep pieces of their community in their posession.
Jacey Birch takes us to Applebarn Two in Troutville... where the Cat's Meow Village and one special lady make both possible.
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Can low-fat diets harm a child's growth? We'll tell you what a new study says just ahead on Healthcheck.
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And Survivor One may be gone, but Stacey is back .. in court. We'll tell you why she's suing the show .. and what she wants.
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One legal battle is over ... but another continues for two health care organizations suing former doctors.
Both Lewis Gale Clinic and Carilion Health Care Corporation filed lawsuits against former doctors for violating the "no compete clause" in their contracts.
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But today Lewis Gale Clinic announced it has settled its case out of court.
That means that Doctors Preston Waldrop and Greg Reibel (Ree-bul) will be able to continue practicing in the area.
Lewis Gale says this was an amicable solution to the case and the clinic is very pleased with outcome.
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But for Carilion a resolution on its case against a former doctor still hangs in the balance.
Today,a Roanoke County judge heard the case against Dr. William Ball.
But the judge did not make a decision at this time.
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Carilion says Doctor Ball failed to honor an agreement prohibiting him from practicing in the area for two years.
Ball's attorney says the contract was ambiguous and has already expired.

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It's not just adults who have to battle high cholesterol, but some kids too.
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Now a new study shows it's OK to give your kids a low fat diet over the long term- to keep their cholesterol in check. [Next page]
The findings stem from the last phase of a national study on 663 children.
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Some doctors worried that cholesterol lowering diets would stunt children's physical and mental growth-
In 1994 researchers fond no adverse affects during the first three years.
The latest findings show children thrive through adolescence.
The study is in the journal Pediatrics.


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Welcome folks to the Tuesday ticker, the lock is definitely ticking in Daytona
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as Speedweeks 2001 gets ready to fire up on the beach. The IROC drivers were the first on the track this afternoon. Tomorrow they will be joined by the ARCA and Dash series cars.
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Friday the Winston Cup teams arrive on the scene and no one is more anxious to get 2001 started than Jeff Gordon - who says despite getting 3 wins and earning $3 million bucks last year, 2000 was a disappointment.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 1021] You can hear much more from Jeff Gordon and all of your favorite drivers this Saturday night at 7 as News 7 Sports brings you an hour long NASCAR 2001 special only on Your Hometown Station.
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Back on January 13th Roanoke College wiped out a huge double digit deficit in Farmville and almost came back to beat Hampden-Sydney on the Tigers' home turf. Since then Roanoke hasn't lost a game, winning 9 straight including last night's 71-to-67 payback driven upset of the Tigers.
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Hampden-Sydney came into the game ranked number one in the south region and also on top of the ODAC standings in front of Roanoke.
The Maroons used long range shooting to stay in the game early. Robby Pridgen throws down a long jumper for three. He finished with 14.
Hampden-Sydney would counter that with some long bombing of its own as Jay Patrick hits the three for the Tigers.
He had 6 points on the night.
A healthy Jaimar Mansel, another key to Roanoke's play of late, comes up with the steal. Jason Strickland then gets it to Brad Dunleavy. The Fleming grad had 11. The Maroons got some key play from their deep bench, as well last night. Freshman Jason Graffam drains the three pointer just as the shot clock buzzer sounds.
But the Tigers took a nine point lead into the locker room. Kevin Swann goes in for the layup and Sydney has the 36-27 lead at the half.
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But the Maroons outscored Hampden Sydney 34-17 in the final 12 minutes and go on to win it 71-67. Jason Strickland tallied 14 and Colby Leftwich 19.
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Roanoke is home tomorrow night against Emory & Henry.

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[GO TO PINNACLE 1201] But tonight keep it right here on Your Hometown Station as number one North Carolina takes on Wake Forest. The tip off is set for just after nine o'clock.
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Coming your way on News 7 at Six - the Tech women discuss their upcoming battle with the UConn Huskies. Take is easy everybody. I'll see you then. [GO TO BREAK]


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If you think you're seeing more sex these days on TV sitcoms, a new study backs you up.
In fact, it finds that two out of every three programs in last year's T-V season included sexual references or behavior.
Two years earlier, only half the shows included that type of material.
The study was conducted by researchers at the University of California at Santa Barbara.


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A contestant from the first round of the reality show ``Survivor'' is suing C-B-S, saying she was unfairly booted from the island.
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San Francisco attorney Stacey Stillman says the show's executive producer rigged her early rejection from the island by convincing two fellow contestants to vote her off.
A C-B-S spokesman denies the allegations, saying Stillman's allegations have no merit.
She wants restitution for lost prize money .. and 75-thousand dollars for out-of-pocket expenses and punitive damages.
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