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Today on News 7 at 5, a U-S military plane has crashed in Afghanistan. Early reports say there are no survivors. We'll have the details...
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and closer to home a Lynchburg man admits he murdered his wife last year.
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Also today, lawmakers in Richmond are getting back to business. We'll have a live report from the General Assembly,
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and on Health Check, we will see how some furry frineds are brightening the days of local hospice patients.
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A Lynchburg man today pleads guillty to murdering his wife...
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Defense attorneys say the evidence was so strong, it may have been enough to warrant the death penalty.
Today, John Wesley East avoided possible execution by pleading guilty to capital murder.
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Prosecutors say East stabbed and strangled his wife, Karen Williams East, in their home on Campbell Avenue last April.
Karen East was 44 years old.. a secretary for the Lynchburg Hillcats baseball club.
Prosecutors say East made harassing phone calls to his wife shortly before her death.
Forensic evidence at the murder scene also linked East to the crime.
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((WILLIAM PETTY/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: ALL OF US INCLUDING THE FAMILY FELT THAT THE BEST OUTCOME OF THIS CASE WAS WHAT YOU SAW TODAY RATHER THAN PUT THEM THROUGH TRIAL AND POSSIBLY HAVING TO LIVE WITH THEIR FATHER BEING EXECUTED AS WELL.))
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Following his plea, East apologized to his wife's family and the court.
East was sentenced to two consecutive life terms.
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A Marine airplane has crashed in Southwestern Pakistan... with at least seven people on board.
Tonight rescue workers are on their way to the mountains where the plane went down.
Aleen Sirgany is in Washington with the latest.
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(( THE K-C 130 CRASHED INTO THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN IN SOUTHWEST PAKSITAN AROUND 10:15 EASTERN TIME. THE PENTAGON SAYS THE PLANE, CARRYING SEVEN MARINES, WAS ON IT'S FINAL APPROACH TO A BASE IN SHAMSI WHEN SOMETHING WENT WRONG. Major Chris Hughes, US Marine Corps:
"THE TERRAIN IS DESCRIBED AS DIFFICULT.' THE K-C 130 IS TYPICALLY USED FOR REFUELING HELICOPTERS IN FLIGHT. IT'S ALSO USED TO DELIVER TROOPS AND CARGO. PASSENGERS MAY ALSO HAVE BEEN ONBOARD. Major Chris Hughes:
AT THIS EARLY JUNCTURE WE DON'T KNOW THE UMM CAUSES OF THIS INCIDENT ARE. MEANWHILE, ALL EYES WERE ON A VIRGINIA COURT HEARING THIS MORNING AS THE DEBATE CONTINUED SURROUNDING THE TRIAL OF THE ONE AND ONLY PERSON INDICTED SO FAR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS. ATTORNEYS FOR COURT TV ARRIVED AT FEDERAL COURT TO CONVINCE A JUDGE TO TAKE THE UNUSUAL STEP OF TELEVISING THE TRIAL OF ZACARIAS MOUSSAOUI. THEY SAY THE PUBLIC HAS THE RIGHT TO OBSERVE THE PROCEEDINGS. Lee Levine/Court TV Lawyer "In a trial of this magnitude of this importance to every citizen of the nation, that right to observe cannot be vindicated by the fact that there are 70 seats in the courtroom available for the public. " Court artist: William Hennessey Jr. MOUSSAOUI'S LAWYERS ALSO WANT THE TRIAL TELEVISED, ARGUING ITS THE ONLY CHANCE THEIR CLIENT HAS OF GETTING A FAIR TRIAL. THE FRENCH CITIZEN HAS PLEADED "NOT GUILTY" TO CONSPIRACY CHARGES... AND FACES TRIAL IN LATE SEPTEMBER. In Afghanistan, Taliban leaders freed against US wishes.))


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A former nuclear power plant worker is arrested after making threats to workers at the plant in California.
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Police have also confiscated more than 250 weapons that allegedly belonged to the man-
Authorities arrested the man after getting a tip from the suspect's friend.
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((JIM AMORMINO/ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT: HE HAD BEEN FIRED VERY RECENTLY HE HAD BEEN CALLING THE PLANT MAKING TERRORIST THREATS TOWARD EMPLOYEES AND SUPERVISORS THAT HE WOULD RETURN TO THE PLANT AND KILL THEM..))
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Police seized high powered rifles, several grenades and more than 4-thousand rounds of ammunition.
The plant is about 65 miles south of L-A.
Security has been tighter since September 11th.
Police say the suspect was seeking revenge- and apparently did plan to attack the plant itself.
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The General Assembly is back in business, and state lawmakers are preparing to grapple with the budget shortfall that tops one billion dollars.
As the session began this afternoon, two dozen new lawmakers took their seats, and one veteran from central Virginia told his colleagues to roll up their sleeves and get to work on a new vision for Virginia.
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Joe Dashiell is in Capitol Square, where money will dominate the debate for the next 60 days.
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Jean, the new governor and members of the the General Assembly will be looking to plug a gaping hole in the current budget, and craft a new two- year spending plan.
Today, House Speaker Vance Wilkins tried to set the tone for the session, telling house members to plan for the future and leave little to chance.
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((WE CAN'T WAIT FOR PURE BLIND LUCK TO BRING US OUR NEXT PERIOD OF ECONOMIC PROSPERITY. WE CAN'T WAIT FOR PURE BLIND LUCK TO MAKE OUR GOVERNMENT MORE EFFICIENT. AND WE CAN'T WAIT FOR PURE BLIND LUCK TO MEET OUR TRANSPORTATION NEEDS. AND WE CAN'T WAIT FOR PURE BLIND LUCK TO TAKE OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM TO A HIGHER LEVEL.))
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[OUT Q= to a higher level.]


Starting his third assembly as speaker, NAT SOUND
...the Amherst Delegate urged lawmakers to build a blueprint with measurable goals... insuring, for example, that 95% of Virginia's children can read at a third grade level within five years.
Wilkins says he'll create a task force to develop a new vision for Virginia.
In the House of Delegates, he'll be turning to 22 new faces to help make that happen.
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[IN Q=We have to get a handle on our economic destiny.]

((WE HAVE TO GET A HANDLE ON OUR ECONOMIC DESTINY AND THAT'S GOING TO TAKE SOME WORK. WE DIDN'T GET HERE OVERNIGHT, AND IT'S NOT GOING TO BE OVERNIGHT THAT WE'RE ABLE TO FIX IT.))
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[OUT Q=that we're able to fix it.]))
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The landscape is changing here in Richmond with a new Democratic governor... but Republicans have also strengthened their control of the General Assembly, Jean
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And today in the House, they moved to eliminate six committees, and reduce the size of the ones that remain.
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[TAKE STATE OF THE COMMONWEALTH FULL]
And just a reminder, you can watch Governor Gilmore's last State of the Commonwealth address tonight on your Hometown Station beginning at 7 O'Clock. [(toss to R)]
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Coming up after this break, we'll tell you who is coming to the aid of some zoo animals in Afghanistan,
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[VO] But first we will hear Thomas Junta describe the day he killed another father at their sons' hockey practice.
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Both the prosecution and defense have rested their cases in the manslaughter trial of the man accused of killing a man over at their son's hockey practice.
Today Thomas Junta took the stand in his own defense.
Gretchen Carlson has more.
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(( It was self defense says hockey dad Thomas Junta...as he told the jury what happened the day he beat to death another parent - Michael Costin at a Massachusetts ice rink on July 5, 2000.

SOT: Thomas Junta

"We were all in that little area, he said something about the hockey again, then he bumped into me and we went at it."
Junta says that Costin was the aggressor in the second of their two confrontations that day, swinging wildly at Junta when he returned to the rink to get his son and some friends who were still in the locker room.

SOT: Thomas Junta

"As soon as we hit the floor he was using his knees to try and kick me and he was trying to punch me."
Junta was in tears as he recalled that several children ..including his ten year old son had watched the punches fly.
Prosecutors hammered away at Junta's testimony, saying he attacked the physically smaller Costin after becoming enraged over rough play that was taking place at the childrens practice. Costin lost consciousness after the fight and was pronounced dead the next day.

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Prosecution witnesses said Junta beat Costin's head on the floor and punched him repeatedly.

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Earlier, a medical expert hired by the defense said that one punch could have been enough to cause the fatal injury...and Junta held fast to his claim that he only delivered... three blows.

SOT: Thomas Junta "After a couple of times of him hitting at me, I hit

him with three quick punches."
Carlson Close: to come; Final Arguments/Judge's instructions tomorrow))

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Animals at an Afghanistan zoo are in rough shape... but help is on the way.
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An international animal welfare team is flying into Kabul...
Among the first animals likely treated- a bear without a nose and a one eyed lion.
The big cat lost his eye and nearly died when an Afghan guerilla threw a grenade into his pit.
The bear had its nose cut off by a member of the Taliban.
The Animal team is arriving today to provide treatment at the zoo as well as widening their operation to include livestock, working animals and stray dogs.
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He's a volunteer for Carilion Hospice -- and for some patients this four-legged friend is a paw above the rest.
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Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us how pet therapy is making a difference for terminally ill patients.

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Jean,
The bond between humans and animals can be a special one.
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And for one hospice patient visits from her furry friend Apollo have given her something to positive look forward to.

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For Shelby Bailey, who's confined to her bed, -visits from Apollo are the highlight of the day.
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Shelby's daughter says whenever Apollo comes to visit, her mother seems to light-up and seems to be more responsive.

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Apollo's owner, Diane Dorazio says pet therapy has many benefits.
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(( RESEARCH STUDIES HAVE SHOWN BEING AROUND ANIMALS LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE, IT HAS A LOT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL BENEFITS AND EMOTIONAL BENEFITS. THE ONES THAT REALLY SEEM TO ENJOY IT THE MOST ARE THE ONES WHO HAVE HAD PETS IN THE PAST )) [RUNS18]
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The bond formed between the patients and animals can also help them endure the difficulties of the illness.
Most importantly, Dorazio says pets offer unconditional love --despite the condition of the person.
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((THEY LOVE THEM WHETHER THEY'VE GOT TUBES OR DISFIGURED, THE DOGS DON'T CARE THEY LOVE THEM ANY WAY AND THAT IS SUCH A BOOST TO THERE SELF ESTEEM)) [RUNS13]
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Right now -- Carilion Hospice in Roanoke only has Apollo and his owner to provide pet therapy. The company is looking for more volunteers -- other animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs are welcome as well.
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Jean

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Coming up a little later, Steve Mason will have this week's edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly,
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[VO] Also members of one of the most popular groups in country music say they are about to play their last concert.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast,
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[VO] we'll see a new vehicle that could make James Bond envious. It could double on the battlefield as well as the highway.

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On Wall Street today, a rally that had the major market averages all higher for much of the day fizzled late in the trading session.
Alexis Christoforous tells us why.
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The members of one of country music's best loved groups say it's time to park the tour bus.
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Don Reid of The Statler Brothers says the group has decided to stop touring after 40 years on the road.
Saying it's time to kick back and sleep late, Reid confirmed the Statlers' last concert will be on November first.


But fans should not worry, Reid says the Staunton based group will continue to record. They're currently working on a gospel album.
In addition to their hit records, the Statlers had the top rated variety show on television for much of the '90's.
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Hometown Hoops Weekly is back after a brief holiday break. Today Steve Mason checks in with Cave Spring. During the Christmas holiday, the Knights traveled across the country and played two teams ranked in the top 25 in the nation and two other teams projected to win their respective state championships. Cave Spring is 3 and 5 as it begins the heart of it's season.
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((STEVE MASON:)) ((J.J. is averaging 23.5 points a game and he will be the first to tell you he's off to a slow start. However, Redick has worked hard to become a complete player. ((:)) J.J. is the only Cave Spring player averaging double digits. But several players are scoring six and seven points a game. ((JUSTIN HARRIS:)) ((BILLY HICKS:))
junior point guard Andrew Davison is the Knights second leading scorer and has been a solid addition when it comes to ball handling duties. But increased help inside has been key for the Knights. ((:)) Redick remains one of if not the best player in the state who is still adjusting to his elderly statesman status. ((:))
The Knights resume district play this Friday night on the road against Patrick Henry. Steve Mason Hometown Hoops Weekly.))

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For many years now automotive experts have said drivers are best protected when they drive defensively.
But the latest truck unveiled today at the North American International Auto Show could change that.
As Drew Levinson tells us, this vehicle's ready to go on the offensive.
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It's the ultimate in self-preservation--this SMARTRUCK as it's called is no ordinary SUV. And in the wake of September 11th it's getting a lot of attention.

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"AS WE NOW FIGHT THIS WAR ON TERRORISM, IT HAS COME TO HOMELAND DEFENSE, WE'D LIKE TO HAVE MAYBE INCONSPICUOUS VEHICLES THAT ARE OUT THERE."
Inconspicuous--until the retractable laser gun--or if you choose--machine gun or grenade launcher sets its sights on the enemy. And the enemy says the National Automotive Center's Dennis Wend is anyone trying to harm US interests. A civilian division of the Army--Wend's Group designed this armored vehicle to protect not only servicemen and women but dignitaries and business executives.
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"WE HAVE TEARGAS THAT IS HIDDEN INTO THE ROOFLINE" "ELECTRIFIED DOOR HANDLES"
Six cameras are mounted along the body.

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"THE FRONT SHOT THEN CAN BE ZOOMED IN FOR INSTANCE WITH A CAMERA TO GO ONTO A LICENSE PLATE TO GET THAT LICENSE PLATE AND RUN IT DOWN AND DO SOME OTHER KINDS OF STUFF."
there are blinding lights.

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON)

" IF FOR SOME REASON THEY'RE DISABLED THERE'S NIGHT VISION TO GET A BETTER LOOK AT THE ENEMY IN THE DARK. AND IF THE CHASE IS ON...THESE ROAD TACKS SHOULD FLATTEN TIRES, OIL POURING OUT FROM THE REAR WILL MAKE THEM SLIDE AND SMOKE WILL HELP LOSE THEM."
Wend admits his gadgets were inspired by James Bond, and in the 007 spirit--the Smartruck won't work without the right thumbprint.

(SOT WEND)

"SO THAT NOBODY CAN TAKE THIS VEHICLE AND START IT UP OR DO ANYTHING ELSE WITH HAVE THE BIOMETRIC FINGERPRINT.
Right now it's still a concept vehicle and there's no price tag--but it will be expensive...to that the designers say --"there's no price on human life." Drew Levinson, CBS News, Detroit.))
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