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Today on News 7 at 5, Roanoke police make an arrest in last weeks murder of Tina Louise Foster. We'll have a live report.
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And President Bush presents his tax cut plan to lawmakers. [Weather-Head]
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In other news, four patients at a local dialysis center are sent to the hospital,
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and we'll see how doctors are using a less invasive procedure to diagnose breast cancer.
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Roanoke police make an arrest in the murder of 20-year old waitress Tina Louise Foster.
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Six days after Foster's body was found police arrest a man for her murder.
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News 7's Kate Weidaw is at the Roanoke Police department with the latest on this developing story.
(psble Q and A... Is Haynes in military?
Where is Haynes now?)
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[5-Tax-Cuts]


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You won't have to pay as much in taxes- if President Bush has his way.
Bush's plan cuts taxes by about 16-hundred dollars a year for the average family of four.
He says it's just what America needs.
Democrats say not so fast.
Stephen Clark has more-
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(( WITH A STROKE OF HIS PEN, PRESIDENT BUSH SENT HIS 1.6 TRILLION DOLLAR, TEN YEAR TAX CUT PLAN TO CONGRESS.
IT WAS THEN OFFICIALLY DELIVERED TO CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS BY THE NEW TREASURY SECRETARY PAUL O'NEIL. Sen. Trent Lott/R-Majority Leader) 0 we want to assure the American people that tax relief is on the way.

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10:20:34-we need tax relief now-in fact we needed it yesterday
IN HIS FIRST ROSE GARDEN CEREMONY THE PRESIDENT OUTLINED HIS PLAN. IT STARTS WITH AN ACROSS-THE BOARD REDUCTION OF TAX RATES IN ALL BRACKETS. IT DOES AWAY WITH THE MARRIAGE PENALTY. ...PHASES OUT THE ESTATE TAX AND PROVIDES TAX INCENTIVES FOR CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS. Bush: We must give overcharged taxpayers some of their money back. THE PRESIDENT SAYS THE TAX PLAN IS CRUCIAL TO SPUR THE LAGGING ECONOMY. Bush: A warning light is flashing on the dashboard of our economy and we just can't drive on and hope for the best. DEMOCRATS COMPLAIN THAT THE DASHBOARD IN THE PRESIDENT'S METAPHOR BELONGS ON the LEXUS WEALTHY AMERICANS CAN BUY WITH THEIR TAX CUT. Sen. Tom Daschle/D-Minority Leader: If you are a millionaire, under the Bush tax cut, you get a 46-thousand dollar tax cut, more than enough to pay for this Lexus. THE DEMOCRAT'S PROBLEM IS THEY HAVEN'T GOTTEN ORGANIZED ENOUGH TO COME UP WITH A PLAN OF THEIR OWN...ALTHOUGH DICK GEPHARDT SAYS THAT'S CHANGING. Rep. Dick Gephardt/R-Minority Leader: Im happy to report there is tremendous unity within the Democratic party.)




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Just two days after the election in Israel- a car bombing today in Jersusalem. Tonight a Palestinian group is taking responsbility.
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The group says the bombing sends a message to Israel's new Prime Minister- Ariel Sharon.
The group described Sharon as a fascist criminal and demanded that Palestinains cut off contacts with the Israeli government.
One person was hurt in the blast- which sent car parts flying four stories high.
Sharon says the bombing only strenghtens his resolve not to resume negotiations with the Palestinians as long as violence continues.
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Relatives of dialysis patients in the Lexington area are looking for answers, after four people were hospitalized on Wednesday.
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The four were receiving dialysis at Gambro Healthcare where, relatives say, the patients were given "a bad batch of heparin (HEP-uh-rin)." Heparin is a blood thinner.
Jennifer Schommer's (SHOW-muhr's) grandmother is one of the patients who was hospitalized.
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((JENNIFER SCHOMMER: IF THIS PROBLEM HAPPENS, SOMEBODY ELSE COULD BE IN THIS SITUATION, AND LORD KNOWS THEY MIGHT NOT MAKE IT THROUGH. AND I CERTAINLY HOPE IT WOULDN'T HAPPEN HERE AGAIN.))
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Schommer's grandmother was released from Stonewall Jackson Hospital this morning, but at least one of three patients transferred to Carilion Roanoke Memorial remains in the hospital in stable condition.
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An employee of Gambro Healthcare said the company is conducting an investigation, but officials declined to comment further today.

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Anger over skyrocketing natural gas prices spilled into a General Assembly hearing today.
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The House Corporations, Insurance, and Banking Committee heard explanations from the gas industry and horror stories from the public.
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((DON FICKENSCHER/VIRGINIA NATURAL GAS: THE AVERAGE CONSUMER'S GAS BILL MORE THAN DOUBLED. EXCUSE ME ....105 IN DECEMBER.))17
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((EVA LITTLEJOHN/PETERSBURG RESIDENT: IF I PAY A 900 DOLLAR GAS BILL, I HAVE TO BORROW MONEY TO PUT WITH THAT. TO PAY THE GAS BILL. BECAUSE WE DON'T GET BUT 700 AND SOME DOLLARS A MONTH. THE TWO CHECKS TOGETHER. MY CHECK AND HIS.))19

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Governor Jim Gilmore's administration opposed a bill that would have taken contributions from the gas industry, and put them into state emergency assistance coffers.
Some lawmakers took the social services department to task today.
The bill's still alive in a weaker form.
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A local student is in trouble after he took a loaded gun to his elementary school. We'll have the details after this break,
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[VO] and some members of Congress want to know if political donations had anything to do with President Clinton pardoning an international fugitive.
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An 11-year-old boy in Bath County has been suspended for bringing a loaded gun to school.
The principal at Millboro Elementary School says he took the 4th-grader to his office as soon as the youngster got off the bus yesterday morning.
The boy had a handgun, with several bullets in the clip.
It had NOT been fired.
He didn't say why he'd brought the gun to school.


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Technology is helping a local woman's battle with breast cancer. She's already had a tumor removed -- and now she's going back into the operating room to make sure all the cancer is gone.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton was there -- and takes us inside the operating room to see the latest procedure --that's less invasive and more effective in detecting and fighting the disease.
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Winifred Bright is getting ready for a sentinel node biopsy-- a procedure to make sure the cancer has not spread.
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((WINIFRED BRIGHT: WHEN I FIRST HEARD THE WORD CANCER IT WAS SCARY. I THOUGHT THE ONLY REASON I GOT IT IS BECAUSE I'M A FEMALE I DIDN'T DO ANYTHING TO GET IT)) [RUNS10]
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((DR. BOB WILLIAMS/SALEM SURGICAL: WE HOPE IT'S NOT THERE, WE'RE GOING TO TRY AND PROVE IT'S NOT THERE, BUT IF IT IS THERE WE WANT TO FIND IT, SO WE CAN BE AGGRESSIVE AT TREATING IT, THIS IS A CURABLE DISEASE)) [RUNS10]
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Bright is also undergoing a second lumpectomy -- to make sure all the cancer was removed in her first lumpectomy less than a month ago.
Inside the operating room at Lewis Gale Medical Center --Doctor Bob Williams -- prepares to do the sentinel node biopsy.
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((WHAT WE'VE DONE IS INJECTED THE TRACER WHERE THE TUMOR HAD BEEN AND NOW WE'RE GOING TO SEE IF WE CAN IDENTIFY THE AREA WHERE THE LYMPH NODE WOULD BE THAT WOULD BE MOST LIKELY TO HARBOR ANY TUMOR CELLS IF THEY WERE THERE)) [RUNS10]
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The neoprobe helps detect the liquid tracer---it beeps the loudest where the tracer is concentrated...

telling the doctor which lymph node the tumor is most likely to spread to. [NAT SOUND OF BEEPS?]
Williams then injects a blue dye - and makes the incision.
The dye and tracer pinpoint which lymph nodes should be removed and checked for cancer.
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: THE SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY PROCEDURE TAKES ABOUT 30 MINUTES. PATIENTS CAN BE AWAKE DURING THE PROCEDURE BUT BRIGHT DECIDED SHE WANTED TO BE ASLEEP)) [RUNS09]
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((NAT SOT: THIS IS THE ONE LYMPH NODE. AND WE HAVE A HOT, HOT BLUE LYMPH NODE))

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Williams removes two lymph nodes --which are sent to the pathologist for testing. Now it's time for the lumpectomy.
The lumpectomy removes a portion of the breast tissue-which is also sent off for testing.
The lumpectomy, combined with chemotherapy -- has the same cure rate as a mastectomy - a total removal of the breast.
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((DR. BOB WILLIAMS: WE'RE ACTUALLY FINDING FEWER WOMEN DYING FROM BREAST CANCER CAUSE WE'RE FINDING IT SOONER AND WE'RE HAVING MORE EFFECTIVE TREATMENTS)) [RUNS08]
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Doctor Williams talks to the pathologist to find out the results.
Now he must tell the family.
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((NO TUMOR AT ALL, NO TUMOR AT ALL, THEY'RE GOING TO KEEP LOOKING AT IT, THEY'RE GOING TO SLICE IT LIKE A LOAF OF BREAD, AND THEY'LL BE LOOKING AT IT OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS)) [RUNS07]
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Now time to tell the patient herself. She's in the recovery room.
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Bright says without a mammogram - the cancer would not have been detected so early... because even with self breast-exams - she did NOT feel the tumor.
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((I JUST WANT TO TELL EVERY WOMAN IT'S IMPORTANT TO GET IT EVERY YEAR --CAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT MIGHT BE IN THERE)) [RUNS05]
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Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))



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Another reason breastfeeding is good for your child.
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New research shows chidren who are breast fed are likely to have better than normal eyesight development.
The same is true for children who's moms ate oily fish while pregnant.
The study was done on more than 400 three-year olds in England.
Oily fish such as mackeral and salmon is the richest source of D-H-A, a fatty acid which is crucial for brain develpment-
D-H-A is also present in breast milk.
The study has reinforced campaigns for baby formula to contain fish oils.
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Lawmakers in Washington say they want to know why former President Clinton pardoned a man accused of evading 48 MILLION dollars in Federal Taxes.
Gretchen Carlson has the story.
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(( DESPITE HAVING NO POWER TO OVERTURN PRESIDENT CLINTON'S CONTROVERSIAL PARDON OF FINANCIER MARC RICH... LAWMAKERS CONVENED A HEARING TO LOOK INTO THE MATTER.

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"ONE WEEK AGO MARC RICH IS ON THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT'S LIST OF THE TEN MOST WANTED AND THE NEXT WEEK HE'S GIVEN A PRESIDENTIAL PARDON."
RICH FLED THE U-S FOR SWITZERLAND JUST BEFORE HE WAS INDICTED IN 19-83. HE'S ACCUSED OF EVADING MILLIONS IN TAXES, COMMITTING FRAUD AND PARTICIPATING IN ILLEGAL OIL DEALS WITH IRAN.

SOT: JACK QUINN/RICH'S ATTR0NEY (10:57:45)

"THE CASE WAS FUNDAMENTALLY FLAWED, I BELIEVED THAT AND I ARGUES THAT."
RICH'S ATTORNEY JACK QUINN IS ALSO A FORMER WHITE HOUSE COUNSEL. CRITICS ARGUE THAT HE HAD UNDUE INFLUENCE OVER PRESIDENT CLINTON AND THAT HIS APPEAL WAS ONE-SIDED. FORMER DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC HOLDER TOLD THE LAWMAKERS HIS OFFICE NEVER EVEN SAW RICH'S PARDON APPLICATION.

SOT: ERIC HOLDER, FORMER DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL

"I WISH THAT I HAD ENSURED THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE WAS MORE FULLY INFORMED AND INVOLVED IN THE PARDON PROCESS."

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RICH'S FORMER WIFE DENISE AND THE CLINTON'S IS ALSO IN QUESTION. DENISE RICH IS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO THE CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUM.

SOT: WAXMAN AND QUINN (12:15)

"WAS THERE ANY QUID PRO QUO? I DON'T THINK. I NEVER HAD A CONVERSATION WITH HIM ABOUT THOSE MATTERS."
MOST LAWMAKERS AGREE.. NOTHING CAN BE DONE TO REVERSE A PRESIDENT CLINTON'S DECISION. BUT MANY SAY A THOROUGH REVIEW IS NEEDED TO HELP UNDERSTAND ONE OF THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL PARDONS IN U-S HISTORY.
GC, CBS NEWS.))

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Still to come on the newscast, we'll see how the local Transportation Museum is marking Black History Month.
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Still to come the newscast,
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Steve Mason will introduce us to a local teacher who is taking the lessons he learned on the basketball court into his classroom.
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It's now time for our two minute ticker. Yesterday's national signing day and Tech's battle with U-Conn preempted Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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But it's back today as Steve Mason checks in with Troy Manns, one of the quickest guards to ever come out of the Roanoke Valley. The former point guard is now getting his "point" across in the classroom.
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((STEVE MASON:The basketball world is littered with bad news these days. rap albums that offend and NBA players digging deep into their pockets to pay hefty finds for inappropriate behavior. But Roanoke can take pride in a true hometown hero, a role model with a hear t of gold. Hometown Hoops weekly proudly presents the inspirational story of troy Manns.))
((He won a high school state championship and starred in college at point guard, but, the most important position Troy Manns has ever played is the one he plays now. ((NAT SOUND:))
Manns teaches freshman English at Patrick Henry. On this day, the topics are puns and hyperbole's. To manns, there is an unfortunate touch of irony in the career he now proudly pursues. ((:))
After leading the 1991 PH team to a 27 and 1, Group 3A state championship he spent two seasons at George Mason, then transferred to Tech where he had two successful seasons. He received his masters degree from Tech in education. When an English position opened at PH, he took it. Troy is reunited with his high school coach, Woody Deans. ((:)) The pair are now friends and are able to joke about an incident that could have changed both their lives. ((:)) ((:))
Manns is also the Patriots top varsity assistant. Whether he is on the floor or in the class room, teaching young people is his true labor of love. He hopes to one day become a head coach. Steve Mason Hometown Hoops weekly.))

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The Virginia Museum of Transportation is honoring Black History Month with the premiere of a new video and much more.
This weekend marks the third annual African American Heritage Celebration.
Jacey Birch stopped by the museum and now she has more for us.
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