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Today on News 7 at 5, gunfire at a southwestern Virginia Law School. Three people are dead, including the Dean.
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More than 30 Roanoke newspaper workers are losing their jobs .. we'll explain why.
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And in Healthcheck, it's not always easy, but many couples are able to fight infertility. We'll show you how.
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A small southwest Virginia community is the site of a deadly shooting rampage. Three people are dead at the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, including the school's dean.
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The shooting happened at shortly after one this afternoon.
In addition to the three dead- three others were taken to the hospital following the shooting. Their conditions are unknown.
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Grundy is a small community in far southwest Virginia, not far from the Kentucky line. Governor Warner's office says the dead include the school's dean, Anthony Sutin, a student, and another member of the faculty.
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[VO NAT] The school's website says Sutin was a 1984 graduate of Harvard Law School. Along with being dean, Sutin was an associate professor of law for A-S-L. His resume included work for the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton presidential campaign in 1992.
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State police believe students apprehended today's shooter, who is now in custody. Governor Warner's office says the gun involved was a 3-80 semiautomatic weapon.
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The Appalachian School of Law opened five years ago in a renovated junior high school. The school has about 170 students.

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The president of the school and other community leaders were in Richmond at the time of the shooting preparing for a reception tonight with state legislators.
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Joe Dashiell is at the capitol, where Governor Warner and Buchanan County lawmakers met with reporters a short time ago.
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Jean, Governor Warner served on the board of the law school until last week. He knew the Dean and had met the professor who were shot and killed.
This afternoon, he spoke with reporters outside the Governor's mansion and said his heart goes out to the school and the community.
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((SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA IS A FAMILY. THIS WILL BE FELT NOT ONLY IN GRUNDY, BUT I KNOW ALL OVER SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA AND FOR THAT MATTER ALL OVER THE STATE. AND OUR SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO THE FAMILIES INVOLVED.))
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Warner said he was shocked and deeply saddened, by a senseless and horrible act.
There was little doubt the grief had reached Capitol Square... as Senator Phil Puckett and Delegate Jackie Stump offered their condolences.
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15:31:07 ((OUR PRAYERS GO OUT TO THAT COMMUNITY AND TO THOSE FAMILIES THERE.)) 15:31:15 ((YOU KNOW YOU READ ABOUT IT AND YOU HEAR ABOUT IT IN OTHER AREAS, BUT WHEN IT COMES HOME IT REALLY HURTS. GOOD PEOPLE. THAT'S ALL I CAN SAY.))
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The Governor offered the use of a state plane to carry Law school president Ellsworth back to Grundy as quickly as possible.
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And Jean, the Governor praised the students who we are told acted quickly to subdue the suspect.

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The notorious group made headlines in the 70's-
Now authorities have arrested three former members of the Symbionese Liberation Army in California.
The three are charged with a 27-year old bank robbery and shooting death in Carmichael California.
The victim died during the robbery- which drew nationwide attention because Patricia Hearst was involved.
The newspaper heiress took part in the robbery after originally being kidnapped by the SLA.
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The airplane "shoe bomb suspect" now faces more charges.
The government has filed an eight-count indictment against Richard Reid.
He's the man accused of trying to blow up a jetliner with explosives in his sneakers.
The new charges include attempted "use of a weapon of mass destruction" and attempted murder.
Reid was on a "Paris to Miami" flight in December .. and was detained by passengers and the flight crew .. after he allegedly tried to light explosives hidden in his shoes.
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The war on terrorism has now moved, in part... to the Philippines-
The U-S military is there trying to hunt down a group linked to Al Qaeda.
Aleen Sirgany brings us those details and the latest on the war on terrorism.
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((EXPANDING THE MILITARY WAR ON TERRORISM, THE PENTAGON HAS DEPLOYED MORE THAN 2-HUNDRED TROOPS TO THE PHILIPPINES. THE MISSIONTO HELP LOCAL FORCES FIGHT AN EXTREMIST GROUP LINKED TO THE AL-QAIDA. DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD SAYS EVEN MORE U-S TROOPS WILL BE SENT. DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY I think the important thing about what's taking place in the Philippines is that this is global problem, that we are addressing it globally, not just in Afghanistan.
IN AFGHANISTAN, THE MILITARY CONTINUES TO QUESTION A MAN WHO WALKED UP TO THE U-S BASE IN KANDAHAR CLAIMING TO HAVE INFORMATION ON THE TERRORIST NETWORK. THE PENTAGON SAYS THE MAN IS A FORMER FINANCIAL SUPPORTER OF THE TALIBAN. LT. JAMES JARVIS/MARINE SPOKESMAN: Obviously anytime we can get some good, useful information that might lead to the capture of the Taliban or Al Qaida, we're certainly interested in that. AFGHANISTANS ONLY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...IN KABUL... HAS RE-OPENED MORE THAN 100 DAYS AFTER U-S BOMBS SHUT IT DOWN. GETTING A FIRST HAND LOOK AT THE CAPITOL, SENATE MAJORITY LEADER TOM DASCHLE JOINED SEVERAL COLLEAGUES FOR A VISIT, VOWING TO HELP AFGHANISTAN REBUILD. SEN. TOM DASCHLE/MAJORITY LEADER "We strongly believe that our country needs to be here for the long haul, that we are not going to leave once the effort to defeat terrorism has been completed." INDICATIONS TERRORISTS MAY HAVE HAD WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.. IN AFGHANISTAN.))

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A priest goes on trial in Boston. Still ahead, he's charged with fondling or raping more than one hundred people.
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And why some newspaper workers in Roanoke will soon be looking for new jobs. It's part of a nationwide trend.


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A former Roman Catholic Priest is on trial in Massachusetts... accused of abusing a 10-year old boy.
That boy.. is now grown up-
And as Peg Rusconi reports, today he took the stand.
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((Lynn Rooney/Assistant District Attorney ) "he suddenly felt a hand" The prosecution's case against John Geoghan is over a decade old. He faces a charge of indecent assault on a child under 14. The court is not allowing the media to use the name, or show the face of the alleged victim he says the priest was helping him learn how to dive at a swimming pool back in 1991... when he assaulted him. "turned around and pushed away and got away as fast as possible and swam to the other side of the pool."
but the defense tells a much different story, (lead up to sot) saying

geoghan was only trying to help the child out of the pool. Geoffrey Packard/Defense Attorney: John geoghan put his hands on his butt and started pushing him up". Geoghan faces ten years in prison if found guilty. but this is hardly the only case against him. 84 civil lawsuits have been filed and (18:46:02)more than 130 people claim the former priest fondled or raped them during the three decades he served in Boston area parishes. -Cardinal Bernard Law/Archdiocese of Boston - evening news "I wish to apologize once again to the victims of sexual abuse by priests" Those are the words of Cardinal Bernard Law last week. But the apology came just days after a Boston paper reported that in 1984 Law allowed Goeghan to continue as a priest, even though he had been removed from two parishes for molesting allegations. On Thursday the prosecution is likely to call a psychiatrist who is expected to testify that geoghan told him in 1995 he still had sexual impulses towards boys. at this point it is unlikely that geoghan will take the stand in his own defense. For CBS news I'm peg rusconi, Cambridge.)

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The Roanoke Times is eliminating its Transportation Department, and 33 jobs along with it.
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The paper said today it will contract out delivery to Ryder Systems Incorporated.
It expects financial savings from the move to be significant.
All laid off employees will be invited to interview at Ryder.
They will also receive severance packages, and some will be offered an early retirement.
70 newspapers across the nation contract out transporation with Ryder.
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In Health Check tonight,
For couples hoping to start a family --infertility can be a devastating blow.
But finding the root of the problem is key to increasing the odds of becoming pregnant.
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Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has the story of the steps one local couple took to conceive their first child.
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Jean, About 15 percent of all couples are infertile.
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A couple is considered infertile if the woman hasn't been able to get pregnant after trying for one year.
That's when many people turn to a doctor for help.
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Her parents call her their "miracle baby". It took three years for the Lungrens to conceive Janae. After trying own their own for the first two years --the Lungrens sought fertility treatment.
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Doctor Mona Sadek with Roanoke Valley Women's Center says an infertility work-up can help couples find the problem --but about 20 percent of the time there is no explanation.
The Lungrens underwent a series of tests. Sam had a semen analysis-when he checked out ok. The focus went to Stephanie.
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((YOU START OF BY DOING BLOOD WORK, MAKE SURE NOT DIABETIC THEY DON'T' HAVE LUPUS --IF THEY HAVE A CHROMOSOMAL PROBLEM --THEN YOU MAKE SURE THEY DON'T HAVE FIBROID OR THYROID PROBLEMS )) [RUNS16]
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Two test that Stephanie underwent were the basal body temperature test and the HSG. With the basal body temperature test the woman takes her temperature each morning for a number of months to see if she's ovulating regularly.
The HSG gives doctor a pictures of the uterus. A dye is injected through the cervix to look for blocked fallopian tubes --scar tissue or other pelvic abnormalities.
It turned out Stephanie had an ovulation problem.
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(( IF THERE IS AN OVULATION PROBLEM YOU START OFF WITH THE SIMPLEST WITH PILL CALLED CLOMID WHICH STIMULATES THE EGG TO RELEASE MORE THAN ONE EGG AT ONE TIME..THEN YOU RUN CHANCE YOU COULD HAVE MORE THAN ONE SO YOU COULD HAVE TWINS OR TRIPLETS)) [RUNS12]
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And three months after taking fertility drugs --Stephanie was pregnant.
The Lungrens hope to have another child in a few years --they would do it all over again to have another bundle of joy.
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There are several treatments for infertility depending on the cause such as infertility drugs, artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization.
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Today's events in Grundy show the need for emergency response units to have the best technology available.
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Something as simple as a phone call can save a life .. but getting through can be a problem in the middle of a disaster.
And rescuers are falling behind the rest of us .. when it comes to technology.
Terry Turner has more from Washington.
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(( SOMEONE REPORTS A POSSIBLE ANTHRAX ATTACK. THE GOVERNMENT HAS NO READY DATABASE OF EXPERTS CLOSE BY.
ONE IN TEN PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICES HAVE NO LINK TO THE INTERNET...TO GET INFORMATION QUICKLY. AND TEAMS ON THE SCENE...OFTEN CAN'T TALK TO ONE ANOTHER.

(SOT-POTTER "The state police can't talk to the local police, can't

talk to fire and rescue -- they've got different frequencies, different bands on which they communicate on two-way radios.")

GOVERNMENTS HAVE KNOWN FOR YEARS THAT EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS HAVE PROBLEMS. THERE WERE PROBLEMS IN OKLAHOMA CITY. BY SEPTEMBER ELEVENTH...NOT MUCH HAD CHANGED.
LOTS OF CONFUSION...CAN COST LOTS OF LIVES. GOTTA CHANGE THAT IF WASHINGTON WANTS TO DO HOMELAND SECURITY RIGHT.

(SOT-AYLWARD "If you do that right, you're going to save a helluva

lot of lives on a day-to-day basis by doing it right.")

IT'S NOT JUST BIG DISASTERS. NOT JUST GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU...IF YOU CALL 9-1-1.
(SU-TURNER "Thing is, when 911 came out, phones were wired to the walls so 911 operators knew where you were calling from. Hardly anybody had these things, and cell phones today don't even tell 911 operators where you are.")

(SOT-TAYLOR "Today, we're looking at almost 40% of their calls coming

from wireless devices, without a location.")

CALL FROM A COLLEGE DORM ROOM OR AN OFFICE BUILDING...CREWS CAN'T FIND YOU. THE TRAIL LEADS THEM TO THE SWITCHBOARD AT THE FRONT DESK.
THE COM-CARE ALLIANCE...OF INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT PEOPLE AREN'T THE ONLY ONES WORKING ON THIS. THE OFFICE OF HOMELAND SAFETY...STATE GOVERNMENTS...AND HUNDREDS OF CITY HALLS ARE WORKING ON IT...
LET'S JUST HOPE THEY CAN TALK TO ONE ANOTHER.
WATCHING WASHINGTON, I'M TERRY TURNER.)) [Stats] [01/16/2002] [TWO SHOT TOSS] [WALK INTO]
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A former William Fleming star is making her mark in the A-C-C. Steve Mason has the story just ahead in Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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And the stock market takes a big hit. We'll have today's Marketwatch report, next.
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On Wall Street today, stocks headed lower from the start .. and stayed that way.
Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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In Hometown Hoops Weekly, Steve Mason checks in on former Fleming star Tonia Brown, who now shines for Wake Forest.
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((e stats tell the story. I onyl her second year, Tonia Brown leads Wake Forest in scoring, steals, second in assists and second in rebounding. In ACC games, she is averaging 17.7 points a game, good enough for fifth in the conference. Brown is third in the ACC in three pointers a game and over the last seven contest, she's shooting 41 percent from behind the arc. ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((:))
Having a mom that rarely misses a game and is Tonia's biggest fan in the stands always helps and the fact than Cynthia Brown coached her daughter at William Fleming allows for some expert analysis. But for the coach, the best part is watching her daughter blossom into one of the ACC's top players. ((:)) ((:))
Tonia's situation is also special because coach Charlene Curtis played high school ball at Fleming with her mom and the three are very close. ((:))

Tonia and family next take on Clemson Thursday night. Steve Mason HOmetown Hoops Weekly.))[5-Recap]


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Repeating the hour's top story .. three people are dead .. and three more wounded .. after a gunman opened fire at the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy.
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That's in far southwest Virginia, not far from the Kentucky line. Governor Warner's office says the dead include the school's dean, another teacher, and a student.
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State police confirm the shooter is now in custody.
The Appalachian School of Law opened five years ago in a renovated junior high school. About 170 students attend the school.
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Students rush into action...
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when one of their own apparently opens fire at a Virginia Law School.
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