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Today on News 7 at 5, a witness tries to link accused murderer Jeffrey Thomas to the weapon that killed a Radford teenager,
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And the fight over NAPSTER could be in its final hours. [Weather-Head]
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There will be a rather large storm this weekend, but right now it's mostly much needed rain. We'll explain in the forecast coming up.

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Today in Sports, Denny Crum says he's ready to leave Louisville.
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and in medical news, a new study shows people with Asthma are at a higher risk for heart disease.
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((MUSIC.. THAT'S LIFE.. THAT'S LIFE.))
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And it appears Life for Napster is changing-

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The Internet Music service is in court- While there's no word on when a judge will rule on Napster's future- the music trading service ISN'T waiting for a decision.
Napster says it's going to limit the ability of it's users to swap copyrighted music, by putting a screening system in place this weekend.
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This is music from Napster- one example of how users can listen to and record music-
The way people use Napster will change though-
The company will remove the names of music files that the recording industry has identified ad being unauthoirzed.
More than one million files will be affected.
Napster made the announcement as it appeals to a federal judge to allow it to stay in business.
The recording industry says this is the first time Napster has admitted it has teh ability to filter out unauthorized material.
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One of Jeffery Thomas' close friends is linking Thomas to the weapon used in the murder of Tara Munsey.
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Kevin Williams says he left the 22-caliber Marlin rifle in Thomas' car the week before Munsey disappeared. Even though the rifle was never found, authorities say they matched shell casings fired earlier from the gun to one found at the crime scene.
Defense attorney Mike Barbour attacked the way investigators handled evidence from the area near Munsey's body.
He also tried to raise doubts about where Munsey was killed.
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A V-M-I man got off with probation today for setting a fire in barracks when he was a cadet.
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Daniel Payne made a deal with the government to turn in a fellow cadet involved in setting the fire.
Otherwise he would have gotten a five- year sentence today.
His lawyer says the 23-year old is dealing with a substance abuse problem.
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Payne was placed on probation for three years and ordered to pay Virginia Military Institute for the damage he caused.
V-M-I says the fire in May of 1998 cost five- thousand dollars to clean up. No one was injured.
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The shaking is over... but the recovery is not in Seattle.
Dozens of buildings are un-inhabitable in Washington state- 21 in Seattle alone- after Wednesday's earthquake.
And thousands of workers remain off the job.
Chris Lawrence is in the region to see how people are coping.
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Still to come on the newscast, the Governor says new numbers show the state's budget crisis is not as bad as originially thought,
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[VO] and we'll see what archaeologists are doing to unlock the mysteries behind a civil war submarine.
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Denise Rich may have been campaigning to win a pardon for her ex-husband for months.
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New indications that a representative of Financiar Marc Rich sent an e-mail to Rich's lawyer that talks of sending Denise Rich on a personal mission.
That e-mail was followed by a flurry of contributions from Denise Rich to the Clintons.
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Meanwhile another fugitive financier is in the news. No Pardon though for Martin Frankel.
Martin Frankel is accused of embezzling millions from insurance companies- He's headed back to the U-S for arraignment-
Officials were tipped off to Frankel's disappearance after an alarm at his Connecticut mansion- There they found a blazing file cabinet and two fireplaces stuffed with burning documents.
Frankel's been in a German jail since 1999.

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Today was the deadline for state agencies to submit proposed budget cuts of up to 15 percent to the Governor.
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Those cut proposals will be kept secret for now.
But Governor Jim Gilmore did announce that the state will save 72-million dollars in contributions it would have had to make to the Virginia Retirement System.
The Governor says state workers should NOT be worried.
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The money comes out of what Gilmore said localities should use for teacher pay raises.
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Today's announcement is the latest in a series by the Governor- It's meant to show he's managing the budget crisis created by the General Assembly standoff over adopting a new budget.
Today's savings added to 31 million dollars the administration earmarked yesterday bring the two year budget shortfall to about 318 million dollars.


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In health news, a new study shows that people with asthma have an increased risk of heart disease.
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In fact, that risk is at least 30 percent higher than someone without asthma.
Researchers speculate the chronic lung inflammation may also damage arteries over time.
Others think asthma medication might be to blame.
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The study was conducted by doctors from the Kaiser Permanente Health plan and was presented at meeting of the America

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Archaeologists examining the remains of a submarine used in the Civil War have begun the slow process of opening it.
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They have removed three steel plates from the hull of the H.L. Hunley.
On Monday, the scientists will begin removing the silt that has built up inside.
It will take two to three weeks to remove. Scientists don't expect to find any human remains or artifacts until they reach the lowest part of the Hunley.
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Up next Robin Reed will let us know what we can expect from the weekend's weather,
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and Jacey Birch will show us how some familiar faces celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday.
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Today kids all over America are celerating the joys of reading- and many are reaping the rewards of being bookworms.
Jacey Birch and a few other familiar faces from here at WDBJ spent some time at Callaway Elementary-
They read the rhymes of a famous doctor as they helped celebrate his birthday.
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Coming up today in Sports, a legendary basketball coach says he is about to call it quits,
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[VO] and we'll see how the latest Survivor contestant is doing following a severe injury.
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While most adults have trouble balancing a check book, some local eighth graders are already learning how to compile a stock portfolio.
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Solomon Smith Barney is taking the ticker tape into the classrooms of North Cross Middle School.
This is one of 50 classes across the country competing for a free share of City Core stock.
Students will pick five stocks from a list of 25.
The class with best portfolio at the end of three months get the free share.
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Most of the students today passed over the dot-com company stocks and went straight for shares of Exxon.
Johnson and Johnson took a close second.
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Meanwhile investors didn't have an easy time figuring out the real stock market today.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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The people that run Thomas Jefferson's home are probably toasting a donation.
Anheuser Busch is donating 20 thousand dollars to Monticello.
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The money will be used to restore the cellar where Jefferson's beer was brewed.
It seems Jefferson was not only a founding father, he was also one of the country's first brewers.
Historians say his wife Martha also brewed ale in the years just before the Revolutionary War.
While Jefferson's taste for wine is well known, the Jefferson Foundation says beer was also a drink of choice at Monticello.
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[Take Pinnacle Full] You can learn more about Thomas Jefferson and what life was like at Monticello on the worldwide web.
You will find a link to it's official page through a link to our page at WDBJ7-dot-com.

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Thanks Jean and good afternoon everybody and welcome to the end of the week two minute ticker.
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The game of College basketball is losing one of its all time great coaches.
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Louisville coach Denny Crum is retiring after 30 years with the Cardinals. The announcement came today on his 64-th birthday.
Crum coached the Cardinals to six final fours and 2 national titles. He won 12 Metro conference regular season championships and 11 Metro tournament titles in the 19 seasons the conference awarded scholarships.
He leaves ranked 14-th on the all time victory list with 674 and he'll continue as a fund-raiser for the university.
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The single and double A state wrestling tournament rolled out the mats at the Salem Civic Center today. Steve Mason has some first day highlights.
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Coming up at six, we will hear from the the Virginia Cavaliers as they prepare for a tough ACC game with Maryland tomorrow.

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The week long hype of a contestant getting injured has driven up the ratings of "Survivor."
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Early numbers show 31 MILLION people turned in for the episode that saw Michael Skupin (SKOO'-pihn) severely burned after he fell into a fire.
That's about two million more than the show's average.
Meanwhile the man who created Survivor is downplaying criticism of the cameraman who kept shooting as Skupin lay in the fire.
Mark Burnett says if the man had helped the contestant, he would have been fired on the spot.
Burnett says there were plenty of other people who could help.
Skupin has made a complete recovery. Bob Winsor has more on what he is doing now.
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