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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities in Danville make an arrest in last night's murder at a local motel,
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Plus three people are dead and two others are injured as a sniper fires at people from a Florida apartment building.
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If you know a good rain dance, dust off your dancing shoes. The forecast is signaling a long, dry spell. Details ahead.

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Also we'll tell residents of Roanoke when they can expect their personal property tax bills,
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and was there a Union Soldier on the Confederate Army's Civil War submarine? New evidence says it's a possibility.
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Police make an arrest in a murder that happened at a Danville motel overnight.
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Danville Police responded to the Inn Keeper motel on Riverside Drive just before one this morning.
Officers found 43-year old John Langley of Gasburg dead in a motel room.
The cause of death is unknown but he did have injuries to his head.
Late this afternoon, police arrested one of Langley's co-workers for murder.
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((CPT. AL SMITH/DANVILLE POLICE DEPT.: WE HAVE ARRESTED ONE OF THE CO-WORKERS CHRISTOPHER SCOTT EMMETT FOR THE CAPITAL MURDER AND ROBBERY OF THE VICTIM.))
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Both men were employed by the same construction company out of Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina.
They were in Danville working on a job.
The body has been sent to Roanoke for an autopsy.
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Gunfire at a Florida high rise- three people are dead- including the gunman.
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It was a "sniper" style shooting- police say the man opened fire with a pistol killing two people in an apartment building and wounding two others.
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((CARLOS NEGRON/HOLLYWOOD POLICE: AS OFFICERS APPROACHED THE SCENE THEY IMMEDIATELY RECEIVED GUNFIRE FROM THE SUSPECT. THEY IN TURN THEY RETURNED GUNFIRE.)) [BUTT TO 14:10:50] ((IT'S LIKE BANG EVERY FIVE MINUTES. REPORTER: HOW MANY GUNSHOTS DID YOU HEAR? MAN: I HEARD LIKE TWO.)) [BUTT TO 14:10:57] ((HE BARRICADED HIMSELF DOWNSTAIRS IN THE LOBBY. HE SHOT SOMEONE. HE GOT ANOTHER ONE SHOT . HE SHOT ANOTHER ONE.))
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The area was sealed off and the SWAT team called in.
It's not clear whether the gunmen was shot by police or himself.
No word on a motive.
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A local high school is closed for the remainder of the school year --while enviromental engineers test the building for mold.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has been following this story and joins us with details.
Joy what will this mean for students?
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Jean, today was the last day of class for students at Jefferson Forest High School --but students will be going back to school in three weeks at another location.
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The reason -- preliminary test show that stachybotrys -- a mold -- was found in several classrooms. And at high levels this mold can cause health problems.
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School officials say closing Jefferson Forest High School is simply a precautionary measure-- as they don't want to risk the health and safety of students and faculty.
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Stachybotrys -- a mold -- was found in high levels in five classrooms.
And school officials say they have seen increase in the number of students complaining of allergy like symptoms --which is common with stachybotrys.
Environmental Engineers will continue testing the remainder of the school next week.
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In the meantime, the school has come-up with an emergency plan so that students can still take their SOL's. Here's how it will work. Students at Forest Middle School finish the year three weeks early on May 16th. Then Forest High School students will move into the middle school on May 21 and go to school until June 8th. SOL testing will take place between May 19-June 1.
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There will be a community meeting this Sunday at Forest Middle school at 3pm to discuss the situation.))
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Jean, Tonight at six we'll tell what school officials believed cause thi problem.

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Roanoke County authorities have confirmed skeletal remains found yesterday were those of a man missing for nearly three years.
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Although police say they will never know the full story, they believe Joseph Lockhart died when his Buick ran off the road on Bent Mountain. Lockhart's remains were found yesterday at the bottom of an estimated eight hundred foot mountainside. Police say they do NOT suspect foul play.
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Coming up on the newscast, we have an answer for Roanoke residents who are wondering when they will get their personal property tax bills,
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But first, four American students are killed as their bus flips during a Canadian field trip.
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A bus trip for school turns deadly- Four Boston middle school students are killed- when a tour bus crashes in Canada.
As (Uh- LEEN Sir-GHAN-EE) Aleen Sirgany reports, the children were on their way to a music festival.
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(( WHILE INVESTIGATORS EXAMINE THE CRASH SCENE.... FAMILY MEMBERS ARE ARRIVING IN CANADA TO PICK UP THEIR CHILDREN. ABOUT THREE DOZEN MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS SURVIVED A HARROWING.. EARLY MORNING ACCIDENT IN WHICH FOUR OF THEIR CLASS MATES WERE KILLED. THEIR BUS SKIDDED OFF A RAMP, FLIPPED OVER SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE FINALLY RESTING UPRIGHT. SGT. DAVE BROWN/ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE "ONE OF THE FACTORS INVOLVED IS THAT THE RAMP WHERE THE BUS LOST CONTROL

IS ACTUALLY THE RAMP GOING TO FREDERICTON WHILE THE BUS WAS ENROUTE TO HALIFAX." THE STUDENTS... FROM NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS.. WERE SCHEDULED TO PERFORM AT A MUSIC FESTIVAL OVER THE WEEKEND. POLICE SAY SEVERAL OF THEM WERE THROWN FROM THE BUS WHEN IT FLIPPED. MOST OF KIDS WERE SLEEPING AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT. DOCTOR "THE KIDS ARE OKAY...." IN NEWTON, PARENTS AND STUDENTS AT OAK HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL ARE IN A STATE OF SHOCK. SCHOOL OFFICIALS DIDN'T TELL THE STUDENTS ABOUT THE FATALITIES, BUT MANY OF THEM HEARD THE NEWS BEFORE ARRIVING IN SCHOOL. TOM BERROCCI/PARENT: "THE KIDS ARE A BIT DAZED, SORT OF WANDERING IN PACKS, SOME CRYING AND HUGGING EACH OTHER AND FEELING ILL, IT'S NOT PRETTY, BUT IT'S BEST THAT THEY ARE WITH THEIR PEERS." OFFICIALS SAY THE SCHOOL WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL WEEKEND TO HELP STUDENTS COPE WITH THE TRAGEDY. A.S., CBS NEWS))


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They've been delayed by the continuing budget battle in Richmond, but personal property tax and decal statements are now on their way to Roanoke city residents.
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The 2001 statements were delivered to Automated Mailing Systems this afternoon, and 60- thousand forms should be in the mail by Monday.
City officials were waiting to see how the car tax debate would end, but with the tax deadline looming they couldn't delay the mailing any longer.
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((DAVID ANDERSON/ROANOKE CITY TREASURER: NORMALLY WE WOULD HAVE GOTTEN OUR BILLS OUT ON APRIL 15TH, PUT OUR CITY DECALS ON SALE APRIL 15TH AND WE'RE JUST DOING THAT TODAY REALLY. WE'RE TWO WEEKS BEHIND IN ESSENCE, SO WE'VE GOT A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME TO DO A LOT OF CATCHING UP.))
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Roanoke Treasurer David Anderson is asking taxpayers to mail their payments as soon as possible. He's also preparing for longer lines, and hoping that developments in Richmond don't require a second billing.
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A Civil War find aboard the Hunley-and it's not a confederate artifact.
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Scientists exploring the confederate submarine- have found an identification tag from a Union soldier.
The tag belonged to a Connecticut man who is reported to have died in 1863 in a battle in South Carolina.
The Hunley project manager says it's not clear how the tag got on the sub-
But he says it was not unusual for soldiers to take souvenirs from battlefields-
He says its also possible the Union soldier was a defector to the Confederacy or a spy trying to disrupt the Hunley's mission.
The Hunley sank in 1864- after attacking a Union ship.
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Coming up next...the tables are turned on Jacey Birch... this time she's a member of a captive audience.
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If you're stuck behind bars tomorrow... there's no need to call a lawyer.
The TAP's Women's Resource Center is raising "bail" money to help with their fight against domestic violence.

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Jacey Birch is locked-up at the Valley View Mall now.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll find out what childhood accident led to the latest Survivor outcast's obsession with Peanut butter...
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as Elisabeth Filarski shares what it's like to be half starved in the middle of the Outback.
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Stocks closed out the final session of the week with a rally. Investors sent stocks higher after the government reported that the economy was stronger than expected in the first quarter.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the end of the work week.
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A number of training camps opened today in the NFL including the Redskins who began camp under new head coach Marty Schottenheimer.
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The Panthers also opened their three day weekend mini-camp in the Queen City this afternoon. The Panthers are hunting for a quarterback with experience. Jeff Lewis has the most experience on the team, but he's not the oldest quarterback - that honor goes to rookie Chris Weinke, who will be 29 by the summer.
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The Panthers hope to get a look at all of their draft picks including former Syracuse star Darian Brown.
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The 36th annual Cosmopolitan Track and Field meet is underway in Salem. Southwest Virginia's largest track meet features more than 1100 athletes. Last year 13 new meet records were set at the event.
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This year's meet actually got underway last night at Patrick Henry high school with the pole vault segment. In boys, the Patriots Lance Houk (howk) took first place with a vault of 11 feet six inches.
Staunton River's Matt Lauder would come in second place. Each athlete gets three attempts. In girl's, Cave Spring's Jennifer Wilson and Jennifer Wade were first and second.
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The Old Dominion Athletic Conference baseball championship tournament opened late this afternoon at Salem Memorial. Tonight you can catch Bridgewater and Lynchburg in action at 7:30. The tournament continues through the weekend.
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While Lynchburg College is in Salem the Lynchburg Hilcats will be back at Merritt Hutchinson stadium tonight. Last night the Hillcats and pitcher Jason Baker opened their series with Kinston with a win.
In the top of the second the hit goes to shortstop Jay Langston, he covers second and makes the nice double play throw to first to end the inning. Later in the second, Jose Castillo on first for Lynchburg and he makes it safely to second on the steal.
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Then two batters later outfielder B.J. Barns rips this one to right field and Castillo scores from third and the Cats win it 4-to-2. Tonight's game gets underway at 7.
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The Winston Cu cars are in California this weekend. Winston Cup qualifying is just underway. We will get you up to date on time trials at the top of the hour on News 7 at six.
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Take care folks. Jean will be back in just a second. I hope you have a safe weekend. [GO TO BREAK]

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They're down to the final three contestants on "Survivor." That after 23 year old Elisabeth Filarski was voted out last night.
Even though Filarski missed her family and lost all the challenges AND handfuls of her hair, she says she wasn't ready to leave.
Bob Winsor has more.
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((: CALL HER THE GIRL NEXT DOOR.. CALL HER COLLEEN THE 2ND..CALL HER THE DAUGHTER YOU ALWAYS WANTED..BUT ELISABETH WILL TELL YOU..SHE'S NOT THAT SPECIAL
ELISABETH FILARSKI SAYS OC: IM A DORK I WAS A DORK AND WILL BE A DORK THE REST OF MY LIFE. I'M QUIRKY STRANGE THINGS ABOUT ME IM ALWAYS GOING TO BE MYSELF. I CAN'T TRY NOT TO BE
TRACK: EVEN TODAY ELISABETH FILARSKI SAYS HER MISSION WASPLAY THE GAME WITHOUT HAVING TO JOIN AN ALLIANCE.
ELISABETH FILARSKI SAYS OC: I WANTED TO SEE HOW FAR I COULD BEING MYSELF PLAYING A STRAIGHT GAME AND I REALLY THOUGH I THOUGHT I WAS GONNA WIN THE WHOLE THING THAT WAY. THAT'S WHAT I DID
TRACK: WELL GUESS WHAT. THAT ONLY TAKES YOU SO FAR. AND AS THE GAME PROGRESSEDELISABETH REALIZED THAT PROMISES MADE WE'RE NOT ALWAYS KEPT.
ELISABETH SAYS OC: COLBY EVEN TRICKED ME..IT WOULD BE GREAT TO SEE THE TWO OF US GOING INTO THE FINALE.. HE WOULD SAY THINGS THAT WOULD MAKE ME THINK MAYBE THEY DONT HAVE AN ALLIANCE. ITS LIKE WELL KEEP YOU HERE AND I SAY YOU WONT KEEP ME HERE ILL KEEP ME HERE
TRACK: THESE DAYS, ELISABETH STILL LIVES OUT SIDE BOSTON SHARING AN APARTMENT WITH FRIENDS FROM HER COLLEGE DAYS. A GOOD MAJORITY OF THE TIME..SHE'S DOING THIS..INHALING A HALF A JAR OF PEANUT BUTTER EVERY DAY..SOMETHING SHE LONGED FOR IN THE OUTBACK

ELISABETH SAYS I REMEMBER JUST WAKING UP AND BEING UPSET THAT I DIDN'T HAVE ITI LOVEIT I LOVE IT..ITS SICK
TRACK:HER MOM SAYS HER FETISH STARTED MANY YEARS AGO WHE3N SHE WAS JUST A TODDLER.
ELIZABETH DEL PADRE SAYS OC: (KENNTH FILARSKI) it was time for lunch and I said "Who wants peanut butter and she started to crawl the the cupboard to race me there and I got there first but she snuck in and I dropped a 2lb. jar of peanut butter on her head. It was a full jar of peanut butter and it just landed on her head.
TRACK: FORTUNATELY, ELISABETH ALSO JOGS SEVERAL MILES A DAY TO KEEP THOSE PEANUT BUTTER POUNDS AT BAY, AND WHEN SHES NOT WORKING OUT, YOU CAN FIND HER HER DESIGNING FOOTWARE FOR A LIVING..AND OF COURSE..THERES HER OTHER HOBBYPAINTING WALLSCAPE..
ELISABETH SAYS OC: this one in particular is notr finished so im making little notes that stick out in my mind
TRACK: DESPITE HER FAME, ELISABETH SAYS SHE HAS NOT LOST SIGHT OF WHO SHE IS AND WHERE SHE'S GOING
ELISABETH SAYS OC: IM VERY YOUNG IM READY TO TAKE ON IM SURE THEY'LL WILL BE CHALLENGES IM READY TO EXPLORE DIFFERENT AVENUES .WHY NOT WHY NOT.
TRACK: WHY NOT INDEED..FOR CBS,..THIS IS BOB WINSOR REPORTING ))
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