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Today on News 7 at 5, Secret Service agents shoot a man after he allegedly fires shots at the White House. We'll have a live report.
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And authorities in Roanoke look for the family of a man killed last night in an apartment house fire. [Weather-Head]
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In a word "wow". Tomorrow's forecast may have folks sneaking out during the afternoon. We'll explain in a moment.

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The shooting happened this afternoon- Officials say the man fired shots outside a White House Fence-
Tonight the man- from Indiana- is undergoing surgery at Washington hospital- for gunshot wound to the leg.
Stephen Clark is covering this story and joins us from Washington with more.
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((The White House says it started when Robert Pickett fired several shots near the South gate. Rob MacLean/Park Police: "The subject was brandishing the firearm. He was waiving it in the air. The weapon was pointed at the White House at one point." After a 10-minute standoff, when the Indiana man ignored their orders to drop his weapon, the secret service shot him in the knee. He was taken to George Washington University Hospital. Yolanda Haywood/George Washington University Hospital Spokesperson Eyewitness John Piana had just left the White House tour when he heard the gunshots, and saw a massive police presence: John Piana/Eyewitness: They were pulling out their guns, putting on their bulletproof guests, they started locking the gates as we came out. "They told us to start leaving, to leave fast and get down."
TRACK: The White house does not believe that the President was Picket's target. Spokesman Ari Fleischer says Mr. Bush is fine.
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During this time, the Pres was an the residence and was never in any danger. The Vice President was in his west wing office.))

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It could be a tough road ahead for President Bush- when it comes to the Mideast Peace process.
That after the election of hardliner Ariel Sharon as Israel's new prime minister.
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Secretary of State Colin Powell's been on the phone with Arab Leaders- including the King of Jordan- starting to chart a cautious course in Middle East peacemaking.
Today the British Foreign Minister says he also hopes the peace process moves forward.
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((ROBIN COOK/BRITISH FOREIGN MINISTER: A LOT OF WORK HAS BEEN DONE. I WOULD PAY TRIBUTE TO THE WORK TO TRY AND IDENTIFY THE COMMON GROUND MET BETWEEN PALESTINE AND ISRAELI TO BUILD ON THAT COMMON GROUND.))
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Israeli's supported Sharon partly because of his hard line stance- that he will bring security to Israel before talking about any peace deal with the Palestinians.
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Jean-Bertrand Aristide was sworn in for a second term as Haiti's President today.
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The former Roman Catholic priest was sworn in despite a cloud of controversy over his election.
While hundreds of supporters filled the streets outside the parliament building, the international community has criticized the election as corrupt.
Aristide became Haiti's first democratically elected president in 1990. The army ousted him shortly afterward, and U-S troops restored him to power three years later.
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Roanoke police are searching for the family of a man who perished in a fire last night.
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This apartment house on the corner of Elm and third street burned around 10 last night.
Residents who fled the house told rescuers they thought no one else was inside.
But about an hour after the blaze began, firefighters found a man's body.
Police are not releasing his name.
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Investigators believe the fire was an accident.
They estimate the damages total 45 thousand dollars.
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The American Red Cross is caring for six occupants who lost their home.
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A Navy sailor who was declared missing and presumed dead off the coast of Norfolk last week has turned up alive.
Kevin Corr apparently spent the past several days hiding in a store room aboard a naval cruiser.
His family had already arranged a memorial service.
Authorities say Corr sought out the ship's chaplain after he emerged from his hiding place last night. He was taken to sick bay. More than two thousand Navy and Coast Guard personnel searched for days for the missing man.
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The price for owning a car in Virginia could go up and it has nothing to do with the car tax. We'll have the details after the break,
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[VO] and we'll tell you about a crash for cash as an armored truck spills its load onto a busy highway.
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January's state tax revenues are up about 22 percent over last year.
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Governor Jim Gilmore hopes that boost to the lacklaster performance for the year will change some minds in Richmond.
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But the Senate Finance Committee chairman who's been most critical of the Governor's budget says the overall news is still anemic -- and does NOT meet the revenue targets in the "no car tax" law.
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If lawmakers don't agree to Gilmore's car tax"phase-out" schedule, the Governor could veto their budget and reimpose last year's budget.

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The cost of getting that little yellow inspection sticker on the front of your car could be going up, if state lawmakers have their way.
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Both the House and Senate have passed bills that would allow garages to at least double the cost of a state inspection to twenty dollars.
Garage owners say with the current rate of ten dollars, they're losing money by offering the service.
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((JOHN HARRIS/HARRIS GARAGE: THEY MAKE IT TOUGH ON YOU TO GET CERTIFICATION AND THEY ALSO MAKE IT TOUGH ON YOU WHEN YOU INSPECT THE CAR TOO. GOT DIFFERENT THINGS TO FOLLOW, RULES WE HAVE TO GO BY, CAN'T BREAK 'EM JUST BECAUSE WE LOSE THE MONEY, WE CAN'T BREAK THE RULES. I'D HATE TO SEE 'EM DO AWAY WITH IT, BECAUSE EVERYBODY NEEDS THEIR CARS INSPECTED FOR THE SAFETY OF IT ON THE HIGHWAY.))
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Current legislation would double the cost of car inspections to twenty dollars between now and July of 2002, when it could go up to 50 dollars.
Governor Gilmore vetoed a similar bill last year, saying it amounted to a tax increase on Virginians.
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An accident in Charlotte today that cost a lot of coin.
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And we really mean it- An armored truck spilled money all over several southbound lanes of Interstate 77.
Police quickly responded and began sweeping the coins into bags.
The money mess stopped traffic in the Southbound lanes- and caused delays from people slowing down to watch in the Northbound lanes.
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The entertainment world is mourning the death of western star Dale Evans.
Just moments ago a family spokesman said the former singer and actress passed away today at the age of 88.
Evans apparently died of congestive heart failure at her home in Apple Valley, California.
She made 26 movies and numerous television appearances with her late husband Roy Rogers.


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Taking care of your skin is important all year long... but the winter months often take a toll.
But you can take steps to prevent it.
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Jacey Birch is at Zee's Salon in Roanoke to give skincare ideas that fit your schedule and the season.
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Coming up today after Sports, we'll have a preview of Disney's newest amusement park,
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Also we'll introduce you to some animal trainers from North Carolina who are trying to change the face of guide dogs.
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A family that trains service animals is creating a stir in a small North Carolina Town. Don and Janet Burleson aren't training dogs, they work with horses.
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(( ONE SMALL TOWN IN NORTH CAROLINA IS USUALLY A QUIET PLACE WHERE NOTHING UNUSUAL HAPPENS.
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RICK ARMSTRONG SHOWS US WHAT IT IS AND HOW IT MAY BECOME MORE COMMON ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
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DON AND JANET BURLESON ARE TRAINING CUDDLES, A PYGMY HORSE, TO BE A HELPER FOR THE BLIND.

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IT'S A FIRST. NO ONE'S EVER USED A PYGMY HORSE AS A GUIDE. NO ONE'S TRIED TO TRAIN THEM TO DO IT.

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THE BURLESON'S SAY IT'S NOT SUCH A STRETCH... FINDING THE SAFE COURSE IS IN A HORSE'S BLOOD.

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NO, IT'S NOT STRANGE TO THINK OF A HORSE AS A GUIDE.
WHAT'S TURNING HEADS IS...IS THAT REALLY A HORSE?

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With dogs, that's a common sight. But a horse in a restaurant?)

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supermarkets, shopping malls. A lot of people don't even notice that she's a horse.)

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MANY SMILES ARE ON THE WAY. THERE ARE 5 MORE PYGMY HORSES AT THE BURLESON'S HOMES AND A LONG WAITING LIST OF HORSE LOVERS WHO NEED AN EXTRA SET OF EYES. ))
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The Burlesons says compared to guide dogs who live a useful life of seven to 10 years, pygmy horses have a life expectancy of 25 to 35 years.

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Welcome everybody to your midweek two minute ticker.
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Usually on Wednesdays, Hometown Hoops Weekly occupies this time slot. But due to the significance of tonight's Tech-UConn women's game and national signing day we're sliding that segment to tomorrow night.
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Now tonight on News 7 at six we will dedicate a large portion to the college signings, but I do want to take a moment to reassure the Tech fans out their that the big 3 - Kevin Jones, Bryan Randall and DeAngelo Hall did follow through on the their verbal commitments and signed their letters of intent today.
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It is a big day for Big East football, but an even bigger for Big East women's hoops as the defending national champs from Storrs, Connecticut are getting ready to battle Virginia Tech tonight. Denise Allen spoke with Tech head coach Bonnie Hendirckson about the significance of this evening's marquee game in the conference.
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Mickey Mouse has another place to hang his ears...Disney has a new adventure park and it celebrates the golden state of California.
Manuel Gallegus has a preview.
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((FROM THE MOMENT YOU WALK INTO DISNEYS NEW CALIFORNIA THEME PARK, YOURE SURROUNDED BY IMAGES OF THE GOLDEN STATE..
VINEYARDS AND ORANGE GROVES, THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE AND THE PARKS CENTER-PIECE GOLDEN BEAR. DISNEY WANTS VISITORS TO BE IMPRESSED BY CALIFORNIAS NATURAL AND ENGINEERED WONDERS.

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we really hope that it will inspire them to see the rest of California which is really the magnificent wonder..afteralll we are a theme park, were here to provide family entertainment.
THE NEW 55 ACRE PARK IS RIGHT NEXT TO DISNEYLAND WHERE THE OLD PARKING LOT USED TO BE.
DISNEY INVESTED OVER 1.5 BILLION DOLLARS THE CITY OF ANAHEIM PUT MILLIONS MORE IN ROADS, FREEWAYS, AND INFRASTRUCTURE.
THEME PARKS ARE A VERY PROFITABLE DIVISION OF THE DISNEY EMPIRE.

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the fun part about the theme parks though, is that a movie, you see it you like it, but a theme park, you like it, and you come here and you keep coming over and over again.
DISNEY HOPES TOURISTS WILL SPEND 3-4 DAYS VISITING BOTH PARK A KIND OF DESTINATION RESORT SIMILAR TO ITS OTHER PARKS. NEW HOTELS, BARS AND RESTAURANTS ARE SUPPOSED TO KEEP ADULTS HAPPY.
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There is one detail youll want to keep track of, just because youve paid to get into the old Disneyland, doesnt mean you can get into the new one. The California park has a separate admission.
IT COSTS 43 DOLLARS TO ENTER EACH PARK
FROM CONCEPT TO OPENING DAY, IT TOOK DISNEY FIVE AND HALF YEARS TO BUILD ITS CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE AND ANOTHER PARK IS PLANNED NEARBY AS SOON AS THEY FIND THE LAND. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS ANAHEIM. ))[Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]