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Today on News 7 at 5, one of the F-B-I's most wanted men is arrested. Christian Longo is accused of murdering his wife and children.
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Also, Virginia's new governor says the state's budget cuts will be even deeper than originally thought. [Weather-Head]
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There is rain all around us today but almost none scheduled for our region. We will check out those radar pictures in a moment.

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Also today, the Washington Redskins name their new head coach,
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and on Health Check, we will see the latest device to help people with sleep apnea get through the night.
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A man accused of killing his wife and children is back in the United States today.
Christian Longo was arrested in Mexico.
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((PUBLICITY IN MEXICO HELPED INVESTIGATORS LOCATE LONGO AT A BEACH CAMP IN TOLUM. HE WAS LIVING UNDER THE NAME MICHAEL LONGO.))
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Authorities caught up with Longo in a beach camp about sixty miles south of Cancun.
Apparently a woman also travelling there recognized Longo and called in a tip.
Tonight- as Chris Lawrence reports, Longo is back in the U-S awaiting a number of charges.
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[SUPER=01-Robert Doguim/FBI Agent]
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((Police and FBI agents in Houston, Texas handcuffed Christian Longo and took him off a flight early Monday morning. The agents who arrested him say Longo did not put up a fight, and he didnt say anything as they led him out of the airport. AGENT ROBERT DOGUIM/FBI: I think his calmness is due to what, in my opinion, being overwhelmed obviously. Longo has been charged with killing his wife and three children, and then dumping their bodies in the Pacific Ocean. Divers discovered their bodies just before Christmas, floating in a shallow inlet in Oregon. Longo was last seen in San Francisco the day after Christmas. And then caught a flight to Cancun the next day. Police found a car stolen from an Oregon car lot at the San Francisco airport. Police say Longo spent a week or two in Cancun, where he met a woman who would later recognize his picture and call in the tip. AGENT CHARLES MATTHEWS/FBI: The woman said she arrived in Cancun December 27th and on that date met a man named Brad, staying at a Cancun youth hostel. He later said his name was Mike. Within days, Mexican police officers surrounded Longo at a beach camp and turned him over to the FBI, which contacted the rest of the family. PENNY DUPUIE, VICTIM'S SISTER, "I'm very relieved... I kind of felt unsafe. CHRIS LAWRENCE/CBS NEWS: Before he moved out west a few months ago, Longo lived in Michigan. Police say he left behind $60,000 in debt, six lawsuits against him and a warrant for his arrest on larceny charges. Now he'll be arraigned for fleeing the country. Chris Lawrence CBS News Los Angeles.))



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The fear over contamination at Ground Zero is real-
Now, some help was on the way for immigrant day laborers who worked there-
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Dozens lined up for free health exams at a Mobile Clinic near city hall.
Controversy erupted after reports that companies hired illegal immigrants to do dangerous clean up at the site.
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((OMAR HENRIQUEZ/QUEENS COLLEGE: WE'RE PERFORMING WORK CLEANING TOXINS CLEANING DUST IN THE AREA WITHOUT THE PROPER EQUIPMENT, THAT WE'RE BEING EXPLOSED THAT'S WHY WE'RE DOING THIS.))
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Many workers said they were not told about the potential health risks.
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A fire swept through a Paris exhibition ground today.... causing chaos for morning commuters there.
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The blaze broke out in an exhibition ground about six miles from the French capital...
There were apprently fireworks and gas canisters on the grounds.. and that caused a number of explosions.
It took firefighters nearly three hours to bring this inferno under control.... No reports of serious injuries, but the grounds border a major road into Paris and that caused some serious rush hour delays.
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Moneta's former fire chief battled his own blaze yesterday.
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Howard Arthur, who founded Moneta's volunteer department in the 1950's, was away from his home yesterday when it caught fire.
Arthur said his biggest concern now is his family.
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((SON AND DAUGHTER, FOUR GRANDCHILDREN. IT'S ROUGH ON THEM. THEY DON'T HAVE A HOME TO COME TO ANYMORE. ME, I DON'T KNOW YET WHAT I'M GOING TO DO.))
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It took almost nine hours to put out the fire.
About 80 firefighters responded to the call.
Several were hospitalized for smoke inhalation, but all have since been released.
Units were called back to the site this morning when the fire restarted.
It is believed a wood burning stove caused the blaze, but it is still under investigation.
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The party's over in Richmond.
Following a weekend of festivities surrounding Mark Warner's inauguration, the state's budget problems are back in the spotlight.
Tonight, Mark Warner will provide more details on how he plans to fix the mess.
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Joe Dashiell will be there for Warner's first State of the Commonwealth Address, and he's with us now at the State Capitol.
Joe, What do lawmakers hope to hear?
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Jean... Mark Warner has expressed his determination to fix the problem... We saw him extend his hand to the Republican leadership on Saturday... Now lawmakers on both sides of aisles are ready to see some specifics. ((****ROLLED FROM THE TRUCK*****))
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((Jim Gilmore watched over the third floor, as workmen ushered in the new administration with clean carpet and a fresh coat of paint.
Nearby, the new Governor was sitting with members of his cabinet and top advisors, putting the finishing touches on his first State of the Commonwealth address. [NAT SOUND]
Lawmakers say they're hoping for a dose of reality, and a specific plan to pull the state out of this budget crisis.
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((SEN. ROSCOE REYNOLDS/D- MARTINSVILLE: UNFORTUNATELY SOME OF THE INFORMATION WE WILL RECEIVE TONIGHT WILL NOT BE VERY PLEASANT, BUT I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT FOR US TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THE SITUATION IS.)) ((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS/R- CHATHAM: THE PROBLEMS THAT WE FACE ARE SO ACUTE, NEED SO MUCH ATTENTION GIVEN TO THEM IMMEDIATELY THAT NONE OF US CAN AFFORD TO HAVE POLITICS AS USUAL. WE'VE GOT TO GO BEYOND THAT. ))
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Governor Warner's aides are promising a "frank discussion with legislators and the people of Virginia" on the origins of the budget problems, and the absence of a quick fix.
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And Jean, we're told the Governor will expand on the state agency budget cuts of 2 percent this year and four percent next that Governor Gilmore proposed before leaving office.[(toss to R)]
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Coming up next, we'll see how the latest technology is letting some people breath a little easier at night,
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[VO] and President Bush uses this weekend's health scare to tease the White House press corps.
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President Bush is out and about after what doctors say is a minor health scare.
Bush briefly blackout after a pretzel went down the wrong way.
Aleen Sirgany has the details.
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((POKING FUN AT HIMSELF ALONG THE WAY...PRESIDENT BUSH WENT AHEAD WITH A SCHEDULED 3 STATE TRIP...JUST A DAY AFTER HIS WHITE HOUSE FAINTING SPELL.

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"IF MY MOTHER IS LISTENING? MOTHER I SHOULD HAVE LISTENED TO YOU. ALWAYS CHEW YOUR PRETZELS BEFORE YOU SWALLOW."
BUT NO ONE WAS JOKING SUNDAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
THE PRESIDENT COLLAPSED, APPARENTLY UNCONSCIOUS FOR SEVERAL SECONDS WHEN A PRETZEL WENT DOWN THE WRONG WAY. DOCTORS SAY THE INCIDENT TRIGGERED A REFLEX ACTION.

SOT: DR. STUART SEIDES/CARDIOLOGIST

"A REFLEX THAT CAUSES THE HEART RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE TO TEMPORALLY GO DOWN AND CAN CAUSE A VERY BRIEF LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS."
THE PRESIDENT BRUISED HIS CHEEK AND CUT HIS LIP, BUT OTHERWISE HAS BEEN GIVEN A CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH BY WHITE HOUSE DOCTORS.
MEANWHILE, ON AIR FORCE ONE, THE PRESS CORP WAS GIVEN A BAG OF PRETZELS WITH THIS MESSAGE: FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES...CHEW SLOWLY.

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all joking aside, the president is hoping THIS TRIP WILL refocus attention on expanding trade as a way to cure the recession.))

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For people living with sleep apnea, months can go by before they get a full night's sleep.
Because it causes the airway to be blocked, many people stop breathing hundreds of times... in just one night.
But as Intern Reporter Tim Saunders shows us, there's a machine helping patients breathe a little easier.
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((Wearing this mask is the only way Wayne Overstreet is able to get a full night's rest.
He suffers from sleep apnea -- a condition that causes a person to stop breathing while asleep.
When untreated, it can lead to heart attack and stroke.
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((YOU GASP...YOU DON'T SLEEP HARDLY AT ALL. THERE'S NO SOUND SLEEP, YOU DON'T EVEN SLEEP ENOUGH TO DREAM.)) [RUNS07]
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The mask Overstreet wears is part of a device known as Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or C-PAP -- with the help of the device he can now sleep through the night.
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((THE FIRST NIGHT I HAD THE UNIT HERE AT THE HOUSE I DIDN'T WAKE UP AT ALL, I MEAN, IT JUST STOPS IT)) [RUNS05]
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C-PAP works by blowing air into the nose and throat, keeping the patient's airway open while sleeping.
John Leslie says it's the best thing available to treat the condition.
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((NINETY TO 100 PERCENT OF PEOPLE, WHEN ACCURATELY STUDIED AND DIAGNOSED AND TREATED WITH THIS CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE DEVICE ARE SUCCESSFUL, AND IT CAN JUST BE LIFE CHANGING.)) [RUNS15]
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((C-PAP TECHNOLOGY HAS BEEN AROUND FOR YEARS, BUT RECENT ADVANCEMENTS HAVE MADE THE MACHINE MORE EFFECTIVE, AND MORE COMFORTABLE FOR THE PEOPLE WHO USE IT.)) [RUNS08]
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The most notable advancement comes in how the machine responds to the patient.
The device can determine how much air a person needs.
For Overstreet, it means no longer being tired during the day -- and sleepless nights are a thing of past.
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((WITH THIS THING, IN JUST A COUPLE OF DAYS, IT WAS AN UNBELIEVABLE DIFFERENCE)) [RUNS04]
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It's a difference he hopes will make for a healthier lifestyle in years to come.
Tim Saunders, News 7, Bedford.))
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The C-PAP machine can cost as much as 18-hundred dollars, however insurance will usually cover the cost.

Many patients begin by renting the device from a medical supplier.[5-GLTC-Station]


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After years of planning and renovations, Lynchburg's historic Kemper Street train station is back in business as the hub of the city's transportation network.
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Greyhound Bus Lines moved its offices into the 90-year old building today and the first buses began loading and unloading passengers.
Amtrak already occupies newly- renovated offices on the lower level of the station.. and the city's bus company will staff a customer service center there too.
It's a vast improvement over what the station looked like just a few years ago.
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((MIKE CARROLL/GLTC DIRECTOR: THE PLACE WAS RAMSHACKLE, IT HAD BEEN NEGLECTED FOR QUITE SOME TIME AND IT CERTAINLY SHOWED THAT. I WOULD ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO GO DOWN AND TAKE A LOOK AT IT, IT'S A BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED FACILITY BOTH ON THE AMTRAK LEVEL AND THE GREYHOUND LEVEL WHICH IS ON KEMPER STREET AS WELL.))
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Federal grants helped cover most of the 1-point-3 million dollar cost of renovating the station.
Another tenant.. Central Virginia Industries.. is expected to sign a lease with the city this week.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans will tell us how you can turn your old cell phone into cash for a deserving charity.
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If you have an old cell phone that you don't use anymore, you could consider donating it to charity.
A local cellular phone company is collecting them to raise money for the families of Freedom Scholarship Fund.
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Patrick Evans is at the U-S Cellular Store.
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Coming up a little later, we will show you the latest collectible to come out of Tennessee. We can almost guarantee you will get one,
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[VO] But first in Sports, the Washington Redskins make it official. It takes 25 MILLION dollars, but the team is now Gator Bait.
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On Wall Street today, stocks ended sharply lower as investors worried about fourth-quarter earnings results that will begin flowing in earnest this week.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon evryone, welcome to your two minute ticker.
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Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder made former Florida coach Steve Spuirrier the highest paid coach in the NFL today, signing Spurrier to a five year, 25 million dollar deal to coach the Skins next season.
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Fired coach Marty Schottenheimer met the media to discuss his departure.
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The Roanoke Dazzle is back in action tonight at the Roanoke Civic Center. Roanoke takes on Huntsville. The Flight is in fifth place in the NBDL with a 12 and 13 record. The Dazzle is second to last in the league at 10 and 16. Tip off is set for seven o'clock and we will have the highlights at 11.

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Duke is back on top in the Associated Press top 25 men's basketball poll. The Blue Devils are 14 and 1. Virginia dropped to tenth in the nation after two straight losses to N.C. State and Clemson. The Wahoos rebounded with a win over
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Virginia now turns it's focus to Tuesday night's game at University Hall against 14th ranked Wake Forest.

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In women's ACC action from yesterday, Virginina topped Wake Forest 65-51 at U-Hall.
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The Wahoos improve to 9 and 7 overall and 2 and 3 in the ACC with the win. The Casv were led by two scorers in double figures. Telisga Qualers knocked dow 16 points
while Brandi Teamer scored 17 and pulled down 13 rebounds for the Wahoos. Teamer has been named the ACC rookie of the week. In three UVa games against Clemson, Georgia Tech and Wake, the freshman averaged 20 points, 11. 7 rebounds and shot 49 percent from the floor.
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That's it for the ticker. See ya at six![5-TN-Quarter]


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Tennessee has unveiled its new state quarter.
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It is the 16th state to release the quarter.
The coin was designed by a Tennessee teacher.
Shawn Stookey put three musical instruments on his design, paying tribute to the music produced in the state.
A trumpet over the west for the blues, a guitar in the middle for country and a fiddle over the east for blue grass and folk.
Designers at the U-S mint made a few changes to the original design.
The final product shows three stars representing the regions of the state, the musical instruments, a song book and the words musical heritage.
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