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Today on News 7 at 5, a girl kidnapped from her home is found safely- the alleged kidnapper kills himself,
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and in Blacksburg, students walk out of class- it's all over that controversial high school mascot.
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Some big temperature changes this weekend. We will show you why in a moment.

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In Sports, Mike Stevens will have the qualifying results from Richmond,
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and Jacey Birch will tell us why they're stirring up something hot in Downtown Roanoke.
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A parents worst nightmare- their child kidnapped-
Tonight the 11 year old Texas girl is found alive.
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((MY HEART IS SOARING. THAT'S ALL I CAN SAY. IT'S INCREDIBLE.))
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Police were acting on a tip when they stopped the suspects car today-
What they found_ an eleven year old who'd been missing for three days- and a man with a long criminal history.
As Drew Levinson reports the girl ran to freedom- and the supect killed himself.
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((For Leahs Henrys family three days of Hell ended with a message from Heaven..their little girl was alive and safe. LINDA HENRY/LEAHS MOTHER "MY HEART IS SOARING.IT IS INCREDIBLE" The 11-year old who was abducted on Tuesday was found three and a half hours from her home near Kerrville, Texas. A deputy sheriff stopped what had been reported as a suspicious looking car. When he walked up to it, Leah broke free. SHIELA THORNE/FBI "SHE EXITED THE PASSENGERS SIDE OF THE VEHICLE AND RAN TOWARD THE SHERIFFS DEPUTY AND THEN HE EXITED THE DRIVERS SIDE, PUT THE GUN TO HIS AND KILLED HIMSELF. " Police say the man--49-year old Gary Dale Cox--was a registered sex offender convicted on five counts of indecency with a child. He was out on supervised probation, but fled a year ago. Authorities believe during that time Cox abducted 11-year old Lisa Bruno from Slidell Louisiana and Nine year old Nykema Augustine from San Antonio...both were released.
The FBI thinks three were held captive in a boarded up cabin in South Central Texas. For three days the FBI, police and hundreds of volunteers scoured woods and fields hoping for any sign of Leah. This morning it ended on the side of a road in South Central Texas. CHIEF BEN MORRIS/SLIDELL LOUISIANA POLICE: "WE HAVE A SAFE CHILD AND THE PERPETRATOR IS IN THE HANDS OF GOD AND HOPEFULLY HE HAS WASHED HIS HANDS OF HIM RATHER QUICKLY AND HES WHERE HE BELONGS. "))


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Bedford County authorities are searching for three masked men- in connection with an early morning armed robbery and shooting.
32-year-old Greg Lamont Langhorne was shot in the shoulder when three men in ski masks broke into his home around 2:15.
The suspects also robbed three other people inside the trailer at gunpoint and fled with a small amount of cash.
Langhorne is in stable condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

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Hundreds of students at Blacksburg High today marchedUT of classes and INTO a protest.
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Students say they are fighting to keep their Indian mascot, which just last month was eliminated by the County's School Board.
The issue has divided those who see the mascot as racist and others who believe it's an important piece of school heritage.
Today's protest lasted about five-hours and remained peaceful- Blacksburg Police, the principal and community members looked on.
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((WILL KESLER/STUDENT PROTEST ORGANIZER; AS LONG AS ALL OF US ARE HERE AND OUR PARENTS AND EVERYONE IN THIS COMMUNITY WANTS THIS MASCOT IT'S STAYING.))
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Students planned on taking the protest downtown, but say bad weather prevented them from doing so.
No word yet from the school on what- if any- disciplinary action will be taken against students.
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It's like a wound that won't heal.
And the more the Republican leaders of Virginia's General Assembly scratch at it, the worse it gets.
Ellen Qualls has the latest on the state budget impasse.
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(( Republicans and Democrats in the Senate blame the Republican Governor, who's third floor offices have been silent for weeks.
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((POTTS: NOW WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS A SITUATION THAT CRIES OUT FOR LEADERSHIP. AND LEADERSHIP STARTS OUT ON THE THIRD FLOOR, MR. PRESIDENT. NOW AS FOR ME, I'VE HAD ENOUGH.))
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((SEN. LESLIE BYRNE/R-FALLS CHURCH: WE HAVE JUST GONE THROUGH THE SAME ACT OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN, AND THAT'S THE DEFINITION OF INSANITY ))
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Democrats say it's a campaign game by the House Republican leadership: he who says NO last loses.
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((CRANWELL: WE'RE NOT PROVING...STUPID WE ARE...HOW TO GOVERN!))
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((DEL. WHITT CLEMENT/R-DANVILLE: AND THEY'RE TRYING TO LEAVE HERE TO BE ABLE TO SAY HEY LOOK WE DID THE BEST WE CAN; DON'T HOLD IT AGAINST US IN NOVEMBER. I THINK THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA ARE SMARTER THAN THAT. AND I THINK THEY'RE GONNA REALIZE THAT WHEN YOU HAVE A REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR, YOU HAVE A REPUBLICAN SENATE, AND YOU HAVE A REPUBLICAN HOUSE, AND YOU CAN'T PASS A BUDGET BILL. LOOKS TO ME LIKE THE BLAME CLEARLY LIES AT THEIR FEET.))
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Even the last Republican Governor seems to agree.
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((SEN. GEORGE ALLEN/R-VIRGINIA: I KNOW, I THINK THAT THE EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE LEADERS NEED TO TAKE THAT INTO CONSIDERATION. AND MAYBE THAT WILL IMPEL THEM TO COME TO AGREEMENT.))
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((THE HOUSE WILL STAND IN RECESS UNTIL MONDAY AT 7PM.))
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No agreements were reached this week.
The House and Senate are both back Monday for more.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

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Next on the newscast, Joy Sutton will join us- She has the story of one man who's helping bring medical help to an area in need.
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and Darryl Strawberry spends another day in court as his attorney tries to keep the former baseball star out of jail.
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A judge must decide whether to send Daryl Strawberry to prison- or to a drug treatement program.
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Strawberry was in court today- in Florida.
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((VOICE OF JUDGE: IT'S IS NORMAL PROCEDURE IN COURT BUT I DON'T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH MR. STRAWBEERY IS GOING TO RUN WAY.. LET'S TAKE THE SHACKLES OFF.))
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and with the order of the judge- the shackles came off and the hearing began.
Prosecutors want prison time for Strawberry- who has violated parole four times-
Psychiatrists say Strawberry suffers from severe recurrent depression that's hard to treat-
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((JOE FICARROTTA/STRAWBERRY'S ATTORNEY: DARYL'S DOING FIND. HE'S LOOKING FORWARD TO GETTING THIS BEHIND HIM. WHATEVER THE COURT WANTS TO DO. HE'S GOING TO ACCEPT IT AND GO FORWARD.))
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The former Yankee slugger was in court to answer why he left a drug treatment center while he was under house arrest.
Strawberry has dealt with drug problems, cancer and depression.
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In Health Check Tonight,
Craig County has been without a full -time doctor for more than a year now --but that will soon change.
A doctor from Ferrum has plans to practice in the community six days a week.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean,
Doctor Donald Weibel has been practicing part-time in New Castle since September.
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But says it's time he expanded.
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(( Two days a week Doctor Weibel sees patients at his office in New Castle.
And they say having him around even part-time makes a big difference.
Jennifer Clem --says her father-in-law Walter refuses to leave New Castle to see a doctor.
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((WHEN HE HEARD HE WAS COMING TO TOWN WE WERE TICKLED PINK. IT TOOK AWHILE TO GET HIM HERE. BUT THE WHOLE TIME HE KEPT WAITING FOR SOMEONE TO COME TO TOWN BECAUSE HE WASN'T GOING TO DRIVE TO ROANOKE OR BLACKSBURG)) [RUNS14]
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For the Clem's the ride to Roanoke is about two hours --to Blacksburg at least an hour. Rex Hale a local paramedic hopes they can keep Weibel in Craig County.
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((REX HALE/CRAIG CO. RESCUE SQUAD: THESE PEOPLE IN CRAIG COUNTY NEED A DOCTOR, ONE THEY CAN DEPEND ON. SOMEBODY THEY CAN GO TO AND SAY HI DOCTOR AND NOW THAT HE'LL TAKE CARE OF THEM)) [RUNS08]
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And Doctor Weibel say he's committed to staying. He's already made plans to hire Nurse Practitioner Karen Porterfield. His goal is to eventually bring more doctors on board --and to provide care six days a week.
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Weibel hopes to open full-time in about a month.
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A Wythe County family lives in limbo... as it waits to find out if a powerline will cross their property.
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Debbie and Dane Little moved from Los Angeles to their house on the New River four years ago.
They wanted a quiet place to raise their children.
Soon after at a community meeting, they found out they were in the path of a proposed 765-kilovolt powerline.
A-E-P says the line is needed to meet increased customer demand.
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((DEBBIE LITTLE: I JUST DON'T THINK THAT MY FAMILY NEEDS TO SUFFER DEVASTATING FINANCIAL LOSS FOR EVERYONE ELSE TO BE ABLE TO HAVE ELECTRICITY. I THINK I DON'T NEED TO BEAR THE BURDEN.))
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The Littles are one of 17 families whose homes are in the path of the preferred powerline corridor.
Find out more about how their home ... and anyone's ... could be affected by eminent domain tonight on News-7 at 6.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will tell us why visitors to Roanoke's City market will receive a Chili reception tomorrow.
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Tomorrow you can burn your mouth... fill up your stomach... and raise money for young students... all at the same time.
The annual chili cookoff begins in the morning and
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Jacey Birch is at the Greenvale school where volunteers have been eating, breathing and sleeping chili for the past few weeks.
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The Winston Cup drivers are generating a little excitement in Richmond this weekend. Up next Mike Stevens will have the qualifying results and then a little
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later we'll go behind the scenes of a new movie that could wrap up the weekend box office.
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Stocks wrapped up the week with a powerful rally as blue chips rebounded from a sharp decline early in the session.
Alexis Christoforous has the story in today's Marketwatch.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the end of the work week Two Minute sorts ticker.
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Let's get started with news from the Falcons from just outside of Atlanta in Flowery Branch, Georgia
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where the team began its rookie mini-camp. Former Hokie Michael Vick, the team's top pick arrived in town with cell phone in hand. He is joined by 18 other rookies this weekend.
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Qualifying for tomorrow night's Pontiac Excitement 400 Cup event in Richmond just wrapped up. Here's a look at the starting grid that includes Rick Mast
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The Roanoke Steam is home tonight at the Roanoke Civic Center. That's right the Steam is playing tonight instead of tomorrow with kickoff set for this evening at 7:30 against Norfolk. The Steam also is dropping ticket prices for the endzone seats tonight and for the rest of the season from $10 bucks to $4 dollars. Again - the Steam hooks up with Norfolk tonight at 7:30.
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The Avalanche also is home tonight at 7. Highlights of both game for you tonight on the late news. Take care everyone and have safe weekend. [GO TO BREAK]

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A new movie opening this weekend that hopes to bring a slumping box office back from the dead.
It's the sequel to the blockbuster, "The Mummy," and this time producers think they have a new character who will get them off to a ROCK solid start.
Chris Lawrence has more.
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((Narr: Out of the ring and on the set

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Narr: The Rock jumps from wrestling to the widescreen.

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"They're very similar. A lot more similar than people think."
Narr;The Rock is used to rehearsing for his matches

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"You look forward still screaming Aarrrgghh! Ahume Shektai."
Narr: but nothing like filming a month in Morocco.

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"Life on location is pretty hard work. But let's face it ..there's more than a few perks too!"

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"All you gotta say is 'God I'm kinda thirsty.' Zrrrp! Rock's thirsty! Room temperature or cold? Cold please, thank you!"
Long before he hit opponents, The Rock was hitting the books in college. He played football at the University of Miami, and earned two degrees there.

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"Between classes and football, you probably had a pretty busy schedule then, too..."

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"I honestly couldn't tell you 20 things I remember from my classes."

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"So trigonometry? Gone! I don't think anybody remembers half that stuff!"

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"What I did learn and what's been instilled in me is commitment, sacrifice and trying to be goal-oriented."
So if The Rock thinks he can juggle wrestling, films, books, a wife and baby on the way ..don't bet against him.

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55:26 CAMA RUNS :05 "Busy is a good thing. We're blessed that we're so busy ..so that's cool."
And he's about to get busier. The producers liked him so much ..they've already started shooting a spinoff based on his character of "The Scorpion King." Chris Lawrence ))
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