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A former law school student said he's "sick and needs help."
The man accused of opening fire at the Appalachian School of Law was arraigned this morning.
We'll have more on his court appearance, coming up.
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And authorities make two more arrests in connection with last summer's fatal drive- by shooting in Halifax County.



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A mild day under a mix of sun and clouds...as some moisture heads our way for the weekend....I'll have your forecast.....

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A mass-shooting suspect makes his first appearance in court.
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[Grundy-Shooting]


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42 year old Peter (oh-dih-gih- ZOO-uh) Odighizuwa was arraigned shortly after ten this morning.
He's accused of killing three people and wounding three others yesterday at the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy.
Authorities say he was upset over his grades.
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Rachel Cannon is in Grundy today.
Rachel, What happened in today's proceedings.
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((MIKE STATER/STATE POLICE SPOKESMAN; AN ADDITIONAL SIX CHARGES HAVE BEEN RETURNED, ONE EACH FOR EACH VICTIM FOR ATTEMPTED CAPITOL MURDER AND ALSO ONE EACH FOR FELONY USE OF A FIREARM IN COMMISSION OF A FELONY.))
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The president of the school's alumni association says he met the suspected shooter.
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Paul Dull says he encouraged him to attend the Appalachian School of Law.
Dull also spoke with Dean Anthony Sutin often.
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[INQ=He wanted to get...]

((PAUL DULL/PRESIDENT ASL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION; HE WANTED TO GET AWAY FROM THE CRIME AND THE BIG CITY AND GO TO A SMALL TOWN THAT HAD AS WHAT DEAN SUTIN WOULD REFER TO AS GOOD OLD FASHIONED VALUES.))
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Dull says Sutin spearheaded community service projects and tried to mold students into community leaders.
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[Henry-FIre]


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Investigators in Henry County are looking into a house fire that killed a Ridgeway resident yesterday.
It happened on Summit Ridge Road around 11 a-m.
When firefighters arrived, they found the body of 71-year-old Willie Mae Hairston.
Though foul play is NOT suspected, Hairston's body will be sent to the Medical Examiner's Office in Roanoke.

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Two more people have been arrested in connection with a drive by shooting that police say may have started over a stolen dog.
20 year old Ronald Lynn Lacks of Halifax and a 16 year old female were arrested Wednesday.
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[File on tape 01-25 TC1:05:06]
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They've been charged with the shooting death of 22 year old Douglas Witcher last June.
Another victim was shot four times but survived the incident.
Two teenagers have also been charged with the shooting -- they were arrested on Monday.
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[Artis]


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The race is growing for Roanoke City Council's three open seats.
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Civic activist Jeff Artis will run as an independent in the May election. He says he's running a Children's Crusade to eliminate gangs in the city, and provide better economic and educational opportunities for citizens in Northwest and Southeast Roanoke. Artis is a former Vice President of the Roanoke Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
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[US-Airways]


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US Airway's earnings continue to nose dive.
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The airline reported today a 552- million dollar loss for the fourth quarter.
US Airways blames pressure from low-cost rivals and a travel slump since September 11th.
Meanwhile, travel continues to decline at Roanoke Regional Airport.
The total passenger count for December was down three thousand from November, that's nearly 14-thousand fewer passengers than LAST December.
The number of canceled flights grew by about a thousand from last year.
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[Bassett-Earnings]


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Bassett saw an increase in fourth quarter sales, but it wasn't enough to help the company's bottom line.
The furniture maker lost two-point-six million dollars in the 2001 fiscal year, even though fourth quarter sales rose nearly ten percent.
Bassett blames the loss on the recession and the bankruptcy of two major customers in late 2000.
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Still ahead on NEws 7, Colin Powell makes an historic trip to Afghanistan.
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While Saddam Hussein says his country will be ready if history repeats itself and the U-S military comes knocking.
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[Powell-Afghanistan]


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Secretary of State Colin Powell has gone on to India, after making a historical stop in Afghanistan.
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Powell is the highest- ranking U-S official to visit Kabul in a quarter- century.
He met with the new Afghan leader, promising more U-S help for Afghanistan's interim government-- and continued efforts to track down terrorists.
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Powell says Washington will make a major contribution to an Afghan re- construction fund at an international aid conference next week.
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[War-Latest]


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Both shoe bomb suspect Richard Reid and American Taliban John Walker are accused of being trained in al-Qaida terrorist camps.
C-B-S News has obtained a video that gives an inside look into one of the training camps.
Jennifer Jones has more.
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[SUPER=01-Keith Idema/Former U. S. Special Forces Soldier; 29 quick!!!]
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((nats..shooting, bombing - 1:18:05) ASSASINATIONS... KIDNAPPINGS...
(nats..knock on door)

AND COLD BLOODED MURDER. THESE ARE THE LESSONS OF TERRORISM 101. DEMONSTRATED, IN THIS CHILLING VIDEOTAPE OBTAINED BY CBS' 60 MINUTES TWO. THIS DRAMATIC FOOTAGE TELLS THE STORY OF WHAT WENT ON AT AN AL-QAEDA TERRORIST TRAINING CAMP OUTSIDE KABUL. IT SHOWS RECRUITS PRACTICING ATTACKS ON WORLD LEADERS, AND INNOCENT CIVILIANS.
(SOT - QUICK CG - KEITH IDEMA/FORMER U.S. SPECIAL FORCES SOLDIER)

"They engage my mom, your mom, women and children and defenseless people." WITH INSTRUCTORS AT THEIR SIDES, AL-QAEDA TRAINEES LEARNED HOW TO HIT TARGETS, WITH WEAPONS THAT CAN TAKE DOZENS OF LIVES...IN SECONDS. THEY SHOUT COMMANDS TO THEIR HOSTAGES IN ENGLISH -- A SIGN THEY WANT TO TAKE SCENES LIKE THIS TO THE WEST.
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THIS CAMP REPORTEDLY TURNED OUT NEARLY THREE THOUSAND AL-QAEDA FIGHTERS. IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO KNOW, HOW MANY ARE STILL AT LARGE.
(nats..walker)

AMERICAN TURNED TALIBAN FIGHTER JOHN WALKER IS ACCUSED OF GETTING HIS TRAINING AT A BIN LADEN TERRORIST CAMP. SO IS SHOE-BOMB SUSPECT RICHARD REID, WHO'S JUST BEEN SLAPPED WITH A NEW INDICTMENT.
(JOHN ASHCROFT/U-S ATTORNEY GENERAL

"Reid is charged as an Al-Queda trained terrorist who attempted to destroy American Airlines flight 63 with explosive devices concealed in his shoes." AUTHORITIES BELIEVE REID WAS SCOUTING OUT NEW TERRORIST TARGETS, UNDER THE DIRECT COMMAND OF BIN LADEN'S AL-QAEDA NETWORK.
(STANDUP)

MEANWHILE, THE U-S HAS 'DROPPED CHARGES' AGAINST AN EGYPTIAN STUDENT, WHO WAS ARRESTED AFTER THE ATTACKS ON THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. AUTHORITIES FOUND A PORTABLE AVIATION-BAND RADIO IN HIS HOTEL ROOM -- BUT NOW ANOTHER GUEST, WHO'S A PILOT, SAYS THE TWO-WAY RADIO BELONGS TO HIM. IN WASHINGTON, JENNIFER JONES, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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On the 11th anniversary of the Gulf War, Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein says he'll be ready if U-S forces attack his country.
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More than 12-thousand Iraqis rallied today to remember the start of the U-S led campaign against Iraq after it invaded Kuwait.
In a televised speech, Saddam said the experience Iraq gained from the Gulf War would enable it to fight against any new military action.
There have been reports that an Iraqi agent met with one of the suicide hijackers before September 11th.
But Iraq denies involvement.
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[Airport-Security]


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A new federal baggage- screening law goes into effect tomorrow, as part of the government's effort to improve airport security.
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The rules require all checked bags to be searched for explosives.
Airlines can use hand searches, explosives scanners, and bomb- sniffing dogs.
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((MICHAEL BOYD/AVIATION ANALYST: "YOU'D NEED A LOT OF DOGS. MATTER OF FACT YOU'D NEED ONE-HUNDRED-ONE DALMATIONS TIMES SIX PROBABLY JUST TO HANDLE CHICAGO O'HARE." ))
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But by far, airlines will rely most on bag- MATCHING.
If the bag goes on the plane and its owner does NOT, the bag has to come off.
That could be the delay.
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((THOMAS KALIL/AIRTRAN CUSTOMER SERVICE: I KNOW WE'RE UP FOR IT. AND I HOPE THE PASSENGERS ARE UP FOR IT. AND IF NOW THEY WILL BE SHORTLY BECAUSE I THINK THEY'LL QUICKLY SEE THIS IS NOT AS OMINOUS AS THEY THINK IT IS." ))
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[OUT Q=they think it is.]
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But critics say they're still not sure how effective the new policies will be in curbing terrorist acts on airliners.
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A Virginia research institute at the center of the debate over stem cells will no longer create embryos for experiments.
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The Jones Institute in Norfolk was the first in the country to fertilize donated eggs, specifically for human stem- cell research.
Most embryonic stem-cell research is performed using fertilized eggs left over from in-vitro fertilization clinics.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


It dominated the headlines in the 1970's and now the S-L-A is in the news again.
We'll tell you why next on News 7.
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And her tour was dirsupted by 9-11, but now Janet Jackson's back on the road.
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Traffic often moves at a snail's pace on California's busy freeways--
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But a fatal truck accident is making the situation even worse today.
A trailer- truck went through the center- divider on the Long Beach Freeway, just outside of Los Angeles.
At least one person is dead, 15 others are injured.
The state highway patrol says at least 13 cars are involved in the accident -- which shut down the freeway in both directions.
Several vehicles appeared to be pinned underneath the truck.
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Five former members of the Symbionese Liberation Army are charged with murder, in connection with a bank robbery.


But it was the kidnapping of newspaper heiress Patty Hearst that dominated the headlines in the 1970s.
Jerry Bowen reports.
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[SUPER=04-January 6, 1976; :00]
[SUPER=01-Emily Harris/Symbionese Liberation Army Member; :23 QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Jan Scully/Sacramento Co. District Attorney; :40]
[SUPER=01-Sara Jane Olson/Fmr. Symbionese Liberation Army Member; :59 QUICK]
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((NARR: IT'S A MURDER CASE TIED TO THE 1974 KIDNAPPING OF HEIRESS PATTY HEARST... WHO CONVERTED TO THE RADICAL CAUSE OF HER CAPTORS THE SYMBIONESE LIBERATION ARMY. A MURDER THAT CAME DURING THE SLA ROBBERY OF A SACRAMENTO BANK. MYRNA OPSAHL....A 42 YEAR OLD MOTHER OF FOUR....WAS GUNNED DOWN. A CRIME ALWAYS DENIED BY SLA FOUNDERS BILL AND EMILY HARRIS:
SOT: (EMILY HARRIS/ S.L.A. MEMBER) "WE DID NOT MURDER A WOMAN BANK

EMPLOYEE IN SACRAMENTO."
(EMILY, BILL, BORTIN AND SARA JANE)

NARR: BUT THEY WERE ARRESTED ON MURDER CHARGES WEDNESDAY...ALONG WITH FORMER SLA MEMBERS MIKE BORTIN AND SARA JANE OLSON WHO IS ALREADY AWAITING SENTENCING FOR HER FOILED ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP L.A. POLICE CARS....BACK WHEN SHE WAS KNOWN AS KATHLEEN SOLIAH.

SOT: (SACRAMENTO COUNTY DIST.ATTY JAN SCULLY)160356

"USING FORENSIC TESTING PROCEDURES NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL RECENTLY THE FBI LABORATORY LINKED THE LEAD PELLETS THAT KILLED MRS. OPSAHL TO SHOTGUN SHELLS FOUND IN AN SLA HIDEOUT IN SAN FRANCISCO." :11 NARR: AND THERE'S GRAND JURY TESTIMONY BY PATTY HEARST NAMING EMILY HARRIS AS THE KILLER....AND SARA JANE OLSON AS AN ACCOMPLICE, THOUGH SHE DENIES IT.
SOT: (SARA JANE OLSON/FORMER S.L.A. MEMBER) "I WAS NOT IN CARMICHAEL BANK IN SACRAMENTO THAT DAY. I AM INNOCENT."
SOT: (SHAWN CHAPMAN, OLSON'S ATTY)

"IT'S THE SAME CASE THAT WAS NOT PROSECUTABLE FOR THE PAST 27 YEARS. IT'S NOT PROSECUTABLE NOW. :07 NARR: JON OPSAHL SAYS HE WANTS JUSTICE FOR HIS LATE MOTHER:
SOT: (JON OPSAHL / MURDER VICTIM'S SON) "I'M VERY HAPPY THAT MY MOTHER'S MURDER IS GETTING THE ATTENTION THAT IT

DESERVES AND I TRUST THAT JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED." :07 NARR: OLSON WILL BE ARRAIGNED NEXT WEEK, THE OTHERS TOMORROW. JB CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES. ))


[Janet-Jackson]


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After a delay, the show is finally going on for pop singer Janet Jackson--
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Jackson is now halfway through a concert tour of Japan.
It's part of a world tour that was disrupted by the September 11th attacks.
Hundreds of fans gathered at a record store in Tokyo.
The 35- year- old singer was there to do an interview for a nearby radio station.
But the FANS also wanted to know how she was spending her free time in Japan.
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[IN Q=I don't know....]

((JANET JACKSON/SINGER: I DON'T KNOW, I DON'T KNOW, I'VE BEEN BAD IN MAYBE THE LAST FEW MONTHS. I HADN'T WORKED OUT AT ALL AND I JUST GOT BACK TO WORKING OUT SINCE I CAME OUT HERE TO JAPAN. WE DID SIT-UPS YESTERDAY. ))
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Janet's known for baring her muscular midriff--
But her latest album "All for You", has shocked even some of her long-time fans with its explicit lyrics.
In Singapore, authorities have banned the album.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon,

[super=460-x/94/x/14;]


the Dow was up 94 points. Nasdaq was up 14 points.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

In sports, The Lady Hokies are on a roll with another conference win, we'll tell you what their new and improved record is....
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And the Charlotte Hornets may have found a new place of southern comfort.
The team could be making a MOVE.....We've got all that and more coming up in sports.
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[S-ODAC]


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The lady Maroons had a victory over Eastern Mennonite in the ODAC, winning at home 67 to 60.
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The Maroons huddle around head coach Susan Dunagan, with just a few minutes remaining in the game.
Roanoke inbounds the ball in an attempt to get it up the floor.
The Maroons' Katrina Williams is fouled along the baseline.
[SUPER=33-Roanoke/67/E. Mennonite/60/; :]


Williams goes to the line and hits both ends of the one and one.
She finishes with 23 points, and the Maroons pull out the 67 to 60 win.
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[S-Tech]


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The Lady Hokies are blowing the competition away -- they got another conference win on their home court last night.
Chrystal Starling scored 19 points to lead the Hokies over West Virginia 67 to 62.
Sarah Hicks scored 10 points, and pulled down 6 rebounds.
Tech is 14 and 2 overall, and 5 and 0h in the conference.
The Hokies have won 11 straight.

[S-Hornets]


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The Hornets are still trying to relocate.
Last spring, they tried to move to Memphis, but were unsuccessful.
Now, the Hornets are very close to moving the team to New Orleans.
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Any move would have to be approved by N-B-A owners.
And the announcement about the proposed move could come later today.

[S-Tour]


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During NASCAR's 54 year span, sponsorships have come in all shapes and sizes.
But, out of all of them, the one announced on this week's NASCAR media tour, may be the most timely one ever.
Mike Stevens explains.
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