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Today on News 7 at 5, a local woman is killed when a tractor trailer crosses the median on Interstate 81,
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and Virginia's next governor says the state will have to make some painful choices in the next year. [Weather-Head]
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The cold air pocket breaks down tomorrow and temperatures return to the milder range near 50. Details coming up.

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Also today, a Lynchburg ministry to help ex-convicts stay out of jail gets a big boost,
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and Wendy's founder and television pitchman Dave Thomas passes away at the age of 69.
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Parts of a Pulaski neighborhood are evacuated after a man barricades himself in a home today.
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Pulaski Police successfully handled a standoff situation in a residential neighborhood today.
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Authorities brought William Reinhardt out of his Madison Street home in handcuffs just after 12:30. Officials say he barricaded himself inside when police tried to arrest him earlier in the morning. Reinhardt's wanted in Henrico County for failure to pay child support. Authorities say he saw police, shoved a female out the back door and wouldn't communicate with them.
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((CHIEF GARY ROCHE/PULASKI POLICE DEPT.; HE WAS BELIEVED TO BE POSSIBLY ARMED THE TACTICAL RESPONSE TEAM WAS CALLED WHEN THEY DEPLOYED THEY CLEARED THE HOUSE AND FOUND HIM HIDING IN THE BASEMENT, AND HE WAS ARRESTED WITH A MINOR STRUGGLE.))
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No one was injured and Reinhardt was unarmed. Police say he may face assault charges for shoving the woman out of the house.
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An accident involving a tractor trailer and a car killed a Lexington woman this morning.
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The accident happened at about 6-30 when a southbound tractor trailer passed through a guardrail on Interstate 81 and crossed the ravine.
The truck, driven by Frank Zinn of Cox's Mill, West Virginia went into northbound traffic and landed on Barbara Gordon's car, killing her.
A second semi then collided with Zinn's truck.
Zinn and his father, who was a passenger in the truck, were taken to Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Lexington with minor injuries.
The driver of the second tractor trailer, was not hurt.
Zinn is charged with reckless driving.
One lane on Northbound 81 is still closed at exit 202 near (Ray-feen) Raphine.
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Governor-Elect Mark Warner is promising a "top to bottom review" that could consolidate or eliminate some functions of state government.
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Warner sat down with business leaders this afternoon in Richmond, and provided more details on how he plans to deal with the state's budget shortfall.
He offered projections that suggest an economic recovery alone will not solve the state's financial crisis.
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((MARK WARNER/GOVERNOR-ELECT: SO WHAT WE ARE LOOKING AT HERE IS A PROBLEM THAT JUST DOESN'T GO AWAY. IT DOESN'T GO AWAY OVER THE NEXT THIRTY MONTHS. DOESN'T GO AWAY OVER THE NEXT FOUR AND A HALF YEARS. ))
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Warner supports tapping into the state's rainy day fund, but says he will also offer legislation to promote long-range financial planning.
He says he will also begin a fundamental review of the structure and function of state government.
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Warner says one candidate for consolidation may be the Virginia Parole Board, which continues to operate with five full-time parole board members, though the state has de-emphasized the parole system.

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Six months ago two men formed a unique partnership to help keep ex-convicts from returning to prison..
..today, Pastor James Coleman and the Reverend Jerry Falwell say they're making significant progress.
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The venture is called "Restoration Jubilee" and it's geared toward reversing the so-called "jail trail" of ex- offenders committing new crimes.
Officials announced today they've worked out a new partnership with the state Department of Corrections that will allow instructors and mentors into state prisons to work directly with inmates.
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((WAYNE WATKINS/PRISON FELLOWSHIP: I BELIEVE THAT THE DIRECTOR, RON ANGELONE, HAS BROKEN NEW GROUND. AND THIS WAS A MAJOR EFFORT, THEY'VE TAKEN A MAJOR STEP TO GIVING MEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO CHANGE THEIR LIVES.)) ((REV. JAMES COLEMAN/RESTORATION JUBILEE: I THINK IT'S A TREMENDOUS VICTORY BECAUSE WE FEEL THE PAIN AND THE HURT OF THOSE WHO GET CAUGHT UP IN THE SYSTEM AND WANT TO COME OUT AND LIVE PRODUCTIVE LIVES BUT DO NOT HAVE THE SUPPORT AND WE SEE THE CHURCH AS THAT SUPPORT SYSTEM.))
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Coleman says his group will now start recruiting and training mentors to work with the inmates.
They hope to start the program in June.
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President Bush took time out to focus on one of his main objectives today- education.
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He signed a new bi-partisan education bill into law.
The plan requires new reading and math tests, It sets higher standards for teachers and students, and allocates more funding for schools.
The required testing... President Bush says is something America needs.
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((THE FIRST WAY TO SOLVE A PROBLEM IS TO DIAGNOSE IT. SO WHAT THIS BILL SAYS IT SAYS EVERY CHILD CAN LEARN. AND WE WANT TO KNOW EARLY, BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE WHETHER OR NOT A CHILD HAS A PROBLEM IN LEARNING. I UNDERSTAND TAKING TESTS AREN'T FUN, TOO BAD. WE NEED TO KNOW IN AMERICA, WE NEED TO KNEW WHETHER OR NOT CHILDREN HAVE GOT THE BASIC EDUCATION. Applause))
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Bush signed the bill, not at the White House... but at a public school in Ohio.
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It was not far from Washington.... on Interstate 95 in Maryland that State police stopped one of the September 11th hijackers... - two days before the attack.
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State police released a video tape of the traffic stop- it was shot by a camera inside the police cruiser-
It shows a car driven by Ziad (Ja-RAH) Jarrah being pulled over on I-95. The officer issued a ticket for Jarrah for going 90 miles an hour in a 65 mile an hour zone.
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((BLUE COPY IS SELF ADDRESSED .... YOU'RE FREE TO GO.))
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After the hijackings, the rental car turned up at the Newark airport- the ticket in the glove compartment.
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Meanwhile today word that U-S troops have now captured some senior Al Qaida members- who may lead them closer to primary targets.
U-S special forces captured 14 enemy soldiers and seized weapons, computers, cell phones and training manuals.

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This week's bad weather has forced some school systems to alter their schedules.
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Grayson County Schools are CLOSED tomorrow, but Exams have been rescheduled for January 14 and 15th.
Also schools in Pittsylvania and Tazewell Counties will be on a TWO HOUR delay tomorrow.
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A large church is destroyed by fire. We'll have the details after the break,
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[VO] and Texas authorities say they may not seek the death penalty against the woman who killed her five children.
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The woman accused of drowning her children in the bathtub might not face a death sentence after all.
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Prosecutors in a Houston courtroom say they're willing to accept a life sentence for Andrea Yates -- if she accepts responsibility for drowning her five children.
Yates confessed to police that she drowned the children -- but at trial, she's pleading innocent by reason of insanity.
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Jury selection is under way. It's expected to take four to five weeks.

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The trial of the hockey player's dad took an emotional turn today- with the testimony of the defendant's own son.


As Gretchen Carlson reports, Thomas Junta's accused of killing a fellow parent during an argument at hockey practice.
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(( On the 5th day of Thomas Junta's manslaughter trial, his own son took the stand. Because of his age the judge did not allow videotaping of the testimony...only his words were heard. The 12 year old was at the Reading, MA ice rink on July 5th, 2000, the day Michael Costin was killed. Junta's son was playing hockey when he says the game got rough. Voice of Junta's Son: "They were hitting us with their slashing, cross checking, tripping..." Junta's son says he witnessed both fights between his dad and Costin. In the first one he claims his dad was in a more defensive mode. The second he admits his dad threw punches. Voice of Junta's Son: "My dad hit him 3 quick times really quick." Prosecutor Sheila Calkins: "Are you sure of that?" Junta's Son: "Yes." But before the prosecution rested, a key witness contradicted the young boy's testimony. Virginia Brings was also at the rink that day ..watching her granson skate.. She claims Mr. Costin was the one trying to protect himself in both altercations. During the second one, Brings says Junta lunged at Costin, pinning him to the ground. Virginia Brings/Witness at ice rink: "I kept screaming stop, please stop, think of your children, you're going to kill him." Prosecutor Sheila Calkins: "Did he stop?" Virginia Brings: "No." But Mrs. Brings says the fighting went on...and says it was the children she was most upset about. Virginia Brings: "The children were crying, I can remember hearing one little boy saying Daddy dont do it, dont do it..." And as the prosecution pointed out...that little boy was Junta's own son. Prosecutor Sheila Calkins to Junta's Son: "You yelled out to him Dad, stop, didn't you? Yes." Prosecutors had 3 Costin children on witness list, but they were never called to testify. Thomas Junta is still expected to take the stand.))


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A huge fire at a New Jersey church today-
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The pictures from the air show just how large this fire is....
The blaze engulfed the West Side Presbyterian church in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
The five alarm blaze broke out at about noon- one witness reported seeing the roof collapse.
No reports of injuries, but the building is heavily damaged.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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[VO] we'll look back at the life of a hamburger salesman who became a mild mannered television star.

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The man who founded Wendy's restaurants has died.
Dave Thomas passed away late last night of liver cancer.
There were many sides to the 69 year old business man, but as Jennifer Jones tells us, he was best known for selling his hamburgers on television.
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HE'S THE MAN WHO MADE WENDY'S OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGERS INTO A MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR ENTERPRISE. DAVE THOMAS WAS THE FOUNDER AND CHIEF ARCHITECT OF THE COMPANY.. AND A FAMILIAR FACE TO T.V. VIEWERS.

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THOMAS MADE HUNDREDS OF COMMERCIALS AS HIS BUSINESS GREW FROM THE ONE STORE OPERATION HE BEGAN IN 19-69.
STANDUP/JENNIFER JONES ON CAMERA: THE COMPANY HE NAMED AFTER ONE OF HIS DAUGHTERS...NOW HAS OVER 5000 RESTAURANTS WORLDWIDE.
HIS EARLY LIFE IS TRULY A RAGS-TO-RICHES STORY. ADOPTED AS AN INFANT... HE MOVED FROM STATE TO STATE AS HIS NEW FATHER LOOKED FOR WORK.
OVERCOMING A TROUBLED CHILDHOOD...THOMAS JOINED THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS IN THE 19-50'S WORKING WITH KFC FOUNDER COL. SANDERS. HE TURNED AROUND FOUR CHICKEN FRANCHISES IN COLUMBUS, OHIO AND WAS A MILLIONAIRE AT THE AGE OF 35. HE USED THAT MONEY TO OPEN WENDY'S.

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AFTER HIS SUCCESS....THOMAS TOOK A KEEN INTEREST IN THE PLIGHT OF ADOPTED KIDS...AND IN 19-92 HE ESTABLISHED THE DAVE THOMAS FOUNDATION FOR ADOPTION.

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"I THOUGH MAYBE A COULD SET A GOOD EXAMPLE AND MAYBE CHANGE SOMEONE ELSE'S LIFE."
THOMAS WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR MANY THINGS... HIS GENEROSITY... BUSINESS SUCCESS....BUT MOST PEOPLE WILL SIMPLY REMEMBER HIM AS THE PORTLY...DOWN HOME GUY.. WHO CONVINCED MILLIONS TO GO TO WENDY'S.
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Coming up in sports, life OFF the court is about to change for basketball superstar Michael Jordan.
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[VO] and after that we will see a car of the future. Its makers say it can grow with your family.
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On Wall Street today, the major stock markets were heading in opposite directions today.
The Blue Chips were heading south, while the tech stocks were gaining ground.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker which starts on the basketball court.
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The 9 and 1 Virginia Cavaliers are ranked seventh in the nation. Tonight, they chase their first ACC win of the season on the road against the Clemson Tigers.
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The Cavaliers are ninth in the nation in scoring offense, averaging 84 points a game. The wahoos take on a Clemson team that is 10 and 5 overall and 1 and 1 in the ACC.
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The UVa men hope they fare better than the UVa women did in their showdown against Clemson last night at U-Hall.


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UVa head coach Debbie Ryan has one of her youngest teams ever in her 25 years, and at times youth can be exasperating.
Last night was one of those times. Chrissy Floyd was lighting it up from all over the court for the Tigers as she dropped in a game high 28 points. Clemson led almost the entire game. But give UVa's Telisha Quarles some credit. The senior from Louisa had 25 points. She also hit 6 three pointers.
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But Floyd was just too much for UVa to handle as Clemson wins 79-to-68. UVa is now 8-and-6 overall and 1-and-2 in the ACC. And the Cavs have some work to do to make their 18th straight NCAA tournament appearance.
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Michael Jordan and his wife of 12 years, Juanita Jordan have separated and she has filed for divorce from the NBA superstar citing irreconcilable differences. The couple has three children.
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Coming up on News 7 at six, non one seems to want the Florida football job, the wizard of Oz enters the baseball hall and the Dazzle get a new big man. Jean will be back in a moment. I'll see you at the top of the hour. [GO TO BREAK]

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The host of the television's "Weakest Link," is on the top of Mr. Blackwell's Worst Dressed List. Anne Robinson is described as fashion's weakest link. Blackwell says she looks like ``Harry Potter in drag.'' Britney Spears doesn't fare much better. Blackwell says her quote``belly-baring bombs are a wacky tacky display.'' Others on the list include Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz and Gillian Anderson.



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A car that could grow or shrink with a family's needs is the latest hit of the North American International Auto Show.
As Drew Levinson tells us, this concept car could become a reality.
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((They are the cars that get the oohs and ahhs--the wiz-bang cars--the cars of the future. Every year Detroit rolls out its concept cars.

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Now General Motors is rolling out the concept of concept vehicles--the AUTOnomy.

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"THIS IS PRETTY SERIOUS STUFF HERE"
The chassis is built for several different body styles--it basically serves as a docking station.

(SOT ADRIAN CHERNOFF/AUTONOMY PROGRAM ARCHITECT)

"IT'S LIKE POP, DROP, AND CONNECT."
Customers could even change body styles as their needs change over the years...they could even do it weekly. .
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"IMAGINE YOUR LEGO TOYS AT HOME YOU TAKE YOUR LEGO AND YOU HEAR THAT CLICK SOUND, AND THAT'S WHAT YOU GET HERE."
With it's fuel propulsion system it uses hydrogen instead of gasoline and instead of exhaust fumes it emits water vapor.

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON)

"OTHER THAN THE WHEELS AND SUSPENSION--THERE ARE NO MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS ON THE AUTONOMY. ALL THE MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY HAS BEEN REPLACED BY ELECTRONICS."

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"YOU DRIVE THE VEHICLE JUST LIKE YOU DO NORMALLY BUT THE WAY IT TELEGRAPHS THAT INFORMATION IS THROUGH WIRES AND ELECTRICAL CONTACTS CONTACTS...THE SAME THING WITH THE BRAKES."
There are no foot pedals and because it is electronic, the driver can sit on the left side, the right side, or even in the middle.
But some auto experts say the Autonomy is trying to do too much.

(SOT CSABA CSERE/CAR AND DRIVER MAGAZINE)

"WE'RE TALKING ABOUT JACK OF ALL TRADES AND MASTER OF NONE AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT WITH THIS TYPE OF CONCEPT."
But General motors feels it's the right concept... and it hopes to have Autonomy on the road by the end of the decade. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Detroit.))
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