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Today on news 7 at 5, a soldier from Fort Lee pleads guilty to murdering a Roanoke waitress last year. We'll have the details.
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Also the Governor's changes to the state budget will raise some state fees and eliminate the pay raise for state employees.

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Get ready for a nice batch of rain. The latest radar pictures in a moment.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Also today, the F-B-I looks into new allegations against Enron,
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[VO-NAT]

and students at a Grundy law school return to campus for the first time since last week's fatal shootings,
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[ANCHOR=Jean]



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A soldier from Fort Lee admits today that he beat a young Roanoke waitress to death last year.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Christopher Haynes is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to first degree murder in the death Tina Louise Foster.
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The 27-year old soldier entered a guilty plea today in Roanoke Circuit court.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/February 2, 2001;]

The 20-year old Hooters waitress disappeared last January after meeting Haynes to take some modeling photographs. Less than a week later, her body was found in the back seat of her car behind the Rodeway Inn. She'd been beaten with a flash light. Faced with overwhelming evidence against him, Haynes admitted to the crime.
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[SUPER=01-Charles Haynes/Father;]

((CHARLES HAYNES/FATHER: FROM THE OUTSET HE FELT REMORSE. HE REALLY WANTED IT TO COME TO CLOSURE. HE DIDN'T WANT IT TO GO TO A FULL TRIAL 'CAUSE HE KNEW IT WOULD HURT THE FOSTER FAMILY.))
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[OUT Q=would hurt the Foster family.]
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The victim's family did not care to comment on the plea. The first degree murder charge carries a penalty of 20-years to life in prison along with a possible fine. A pre-sentencing hearing is scheduled for March 26th.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Police in Roanoke say an elderly man found dead in his home yesterday- was murdered.
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Neighbors had not seen or heard from Leroy Anthony since last week.
His neighbors then called police, asking them to check on the 89 year old.
Roanoke Police had to force their way into the Northwest Leon Street home.
There they found Anthony's body.
An autopsy revealed the cause of death was a blow to the head.
The case is still under investigation.
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[5-XGR-Budget]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jda]
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He's been promising pain... and today, Governor Warner revealed how much it's going to hurt.
Warner outlined budget amendments that will freeze the car tax cut, eliminate a pay raise for state employees and raise some user fees.
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Warner stood with legislative leaders this afternoon to announce an agreement on the basics of the budget plan.

While there were no easy choices, Warner said that he and budget planners have tried to spread the pain.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER: ALL OF THE PROGRAMS WE HAD TO REDUCE OR ALTER ARE IMPORTANT TO SOMEONE IN VIRGINIA, AND I RECOGNIZE THAT. BUT AFTER A CAREFUL EXAMINATION OF THE BUDGET, I AM SATISFIED THAT WE HAVE DONE THE BEST THAT WE COULD. AND THAT MOST IMPORTANTLY THAT WE HAVE BEEN FAIR.))
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The Governor's plan will freeze the car tax cut at 70 percent through 2004, eliminate the two percent pay raise for state employees that Governor Gilmore had proposed, and raise user fees including a two- dollar increase in the motor vehicle registration fee.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Students, staff and faculty of the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy returned to campus today...some for the first time since last week's shooting that killed three people and injured three others. But instead of attending classes, they continued a tradition one of the victims had started at the school.
New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon has more on the day's events.... Rachel?
[DOUBLE BOXES=Rachel/Jean Microwave;]

Jean, Dean Anthony Sutin (Soot-in) had the idea to hold town hall type meetings at ASL.
[LIVE=Rachel/FULL]
[SUPER=@Rachel1;]
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Today his idea of a forum carried on as the law school community met behind closed doors to grieve and find the strength from one another.
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[SUPER=01-Rob Sievers/Appalachian School of Law Student; :29]
[SUPER=01-Reverend Stan Parris/Vansant Baptist Church; :43]
[SUPER=01-Lou Ellsworth/President Appalachian School of Law; 1:06]
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((Nats In a symbolic gesture, hundreds of balloons were released to a clear blue Appalachian sky - some with messages to the ones lost.
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[IN Q=we have to]

((DAWN DUNN/APPALACHIAN SCHOOL OF LAW STUDENT; WE HAVE TO BE HERE FOR EACH OTHER WE HAVE TO SUPPORT EACH OTHER WE'VE GOTTA GO ON AND MAKE THE SCHOOL MAKE IT FOR THOSE PEOPLE.))
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Moving on and starting to heal is a top priority for the law school community. Counselors and spiritual leaders are on hand and today's meeting was a step back to the place where tragedy hit.
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((ROB SIEVERS/APPALACHIAN SCHOOL OF LAW STUDENT; SOME STUDENTS THIS IS THEIR FIRST TIME BACK MY FIRST TIME BACK WAS VERY DIFFICULT BUT I THINK IN THE LONG RUN IT MAKES IT EASIER IF YOU GET IN THAT BUILDING AND REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES, IT BRINGS A COMFORT AND AN EASE TO YOU.))
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((REVEREND STAN PARRIS/VANSANT BAPTIST CHURCH; THEY'VE BEEN REMINDED HOW FRAGILE THEIR LIFE IS SO THEY'VE BEEN SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS AND TO GET SOME UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT'S HAPPENED. ))
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Official law school business continues despite the overwhelming emotions. Classes taught by two of the victims killed have been reassigned. School President Lou Ellsworth has named an Interim Dean and added a new position at ASL...Dean of Students
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((LOU ELLSWORTH/PRESIDENT APPALACHIAN SCHOOL OF LAW; I WAS SO GLAD IT WAS BRIGHT TODAY AND THAT WAS ONE OF MY THOUGHTS OF THAT BLUE SKY BECAUSE THERE WILL BE BRIGHT DAYS FOR THE LAW SCHOOL.))
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Classes start tomorrow... The three students who were injured are out of the hospital and Ellsworth says they plan to return to school within the week. A fund to help families affected by the tragedy is already at 15-thousand dollars and open for donations....
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Finally Jean, there are discussions about a permanent memorial for the six involved in the shooting. Details on that are expected by May, Jean?

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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K-Mart is filing for bankruptcy. It is the largest retailer ever to seek shelter from creditors under Chapter 11.

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But K-mart says all of its stores will stay open.
The company says it will re-organize on a fast track basis and has targeted 2003 to emerge from Chapter 11 protection.
K-mart' s had a tough go of it with competition from Walmart and Target.
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((CHUCK CONAWAY/KMART CEO: THERE WAS A COMBINATION OF FACTORS. FIRST AND FOREMOST WAS A RAPID EVAPORATION OF THE BOND MARKET THAT AND COUPLED WITH A REAL EROSION OF SUPPLIER CONFIDENCE WERE THE TWO PRIMARY EXTERNAL FACTORS. INTERNALLY WE FACE INTENSE COMPETITION ACROSS THE BOARD AND A VERY WEAK HOLIDAY SALES PERIOD))
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Kmart stock sunk to 71 cents a share in early trading today- on the New York Stock exchange.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still to come on the newscast, the F-B-I looks into claims that Enron continued to shred important documents as late as last week,
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[VO] Also there's some good news for radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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American Taliban John Walker Lindh is on his way back to the United States- to face charges.
While there's a fight on in Los Angeles- Some crying foul at the way Al Queda and Taliban detainees are being treated at the U-S base in Guantanamo Bay-
Manuel Gallegus reports.
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((SUSPECTED AL-QUEDA AND TALIBAN FIGHTERS IN GUANTANAMO BAY AT TIMES SHACKLED, WITH THEIR EYES, EARS, AND MOUTHS COVERED. ITS THIS TREATMENT THAT HAS HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS COMING TO THEIR DEFENSE. IN LOS ANGELES FEDERAL COURT, A PETITION WAS FILED BY RELIGIOUS LEADERS, CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYERS, AND PROFESSORS -CALLING FOR THE U.S. GOVERNMENT TO FORMALLY DEFINE THE CHARGES AGAINST THE CAPTIVES THE PETITION ALSO ACCUSES THE GOVERNMENT OF VIOLATING THE GENEVA CONVENTION - THE INTERNATIONAL RULES FOR HOW WAR PRISONERS ARE TREATED.. So far the government is not calling the captives prisoners of war. Instead they're called "battlefield detainees." And the government insists they're being treated humanely. DONALD RUMSFELD, SECRETARY OF DEFENSE The US is treating them under the rules of the Geneva convention. They are being treated humanely. The more than 150 detainees have showers, warm water, blankets,culturally appropriate meals. DEFENSE SECRETARY RUMSFELD SAYS THE CAPTIVES, WHO ARE BEING HELD IN OPEN AIR CELLS, ARE A DANGEROUS THREAT. -DONALD RUMSFELD, SECRETARY OF DEFENSE At least one detainee has threatened to kill Americans. Another has bitten a guard. This is not wonderful duty. Its difficult duty.
THE LOS ANGELES FEDERAL JUDGE SAID HE HAS GRAVE DOUBTS ABOUT WHETHER HIS COURT HAS JURISDICTION OVER THE CAPTIVES. BUT THE LAWYERS SAY ITS UN-AMERICAN TO DETAIN THE PRISONERS IN CUBA WITHOUT ALLOWING THEM DUE PROCESS.THE NEXT L.A. HEARING WILL BE IN FEBRUARY. MANUEL GALLEGUS CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Claims now that Enron documents were being shredded for weeks including on Christmas Day and up until last week-
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((THIS IS THE SHREDDED EVIDENCE THAT CAME OUT OF ENRON.))
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[OUT Q=OUT OF ENRON.]
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And today one of the lawyers working on the suit against Enron brought a box of shredded documents into court.
William (LIH-rak) Lerach claims Enron employees were shredding company records from October through just last week.

Today a Federal judge in Houston encouraged all parties to work out a plan to make sure no more documents are destroyed- while the federal investigation goes on.
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Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh has regained some of his hearing.
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Limbaugh went deaf last year because of an auto immune disorder.
Last week he was hooked up with a cochlear implant.
He says the electronic device has given him back about 90 percent of his hearing.
He told his fans the voices he hears are a bit fuzzy, but he has no problems taking calls from listeners.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Limbaugh is not alone with his hearing difficulties.
One out every seven Americans has some degree of hearing loss. And while it's more common among seniors -- the numbers are growing among adolescents.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, I spoke with a local audiologist who says there is more hearing loss in the younger population because of noise exposure.
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But how loud is too loud?
According to the National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders any noise above 75 decibels can cause damage.
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((
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If 75 decibels is all it takes to damage to your hearing -- then you can image the hazards at a rock concert where the sound hits about 120 decibels.
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(( FOLLOWING A LOUD CONCERT YOU CAN HAVE A TEMPORARY SHIFT IN YOUR THRESHOLD...WHERE EVERYTHING SOUNDS VERY DULL OR YOU MAY HAVE RINGING IN YOUR EARS THAT CAN BE PERMANENT IF YOU'RE EXPOSED TO THAT LEVEL OF LOUDNESS OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME)) [RUNS14]
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[nats sound of gun] [runs04]
Even shooting a gun without ear plugs or other hearing protective devices can take a toll on your hearing.
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((IT'S MORE OF A GRADUAL ON SET ALTHOUGH YOU CAN HAVE A SUDDEN HEARING LOSS FROM A VERY LOUD EXPLOSION A GUN SHOT, FIRE CRACKER SOMETHING LIKE THAT)) [RUNS09]
[OUT Q=something like that]


That's why audiologist Tammy Garber recommends children get their hearing checked once a year through elementary school and after that every two years.
There are some warning signs of hearing loss.
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[SOT1:30:25]
[IN Q=Some of the obvious signs not]

((SOME OF THE OBVIOUS SIGNS NOT UNDERSTANDING SPEECH ESPECIALLY IN GROUPS OR NOISE --A RINGING OR BUZZING SOUND --CAN BE SIGNS)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=can be signs]


You can protect your hearing by wearing ear plugs --ear muffs are the best. You should also pay attention to how much noise you are exposed to.
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[SOT1:33:45]
[IN Q=If it is a nerve type hearing loss]

(( IF IT A NERVE TYPE HEARING LOSS --NOISE INDUCED IT DOES NOT COME BACK ONCE IT'S DAMAGED IT WILL NOT COME BACK AND IT WILL CONTINUE TO DETERIORATE OVER TIME )) [RUNS09]
[OUT Q=deteroriate over time]))
[ANCHOR=Joy Full]


It is important to note that more than 30 million Americans are exposed to hazardous sound levels on a regular basis.
[ANCHOR=Jean/Joy 2 shot]


Jean,

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If you love a good cheeseburger, but are concerned about the fat and calories, don't stick your head in the sand. Patrick Evans has an alternative.
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It's a well known restuarant with a funny name, and it recently started doing business in Salem.
If there's food involved, it won't take our Patrick Evans very long to sniff out the story, but this time he may have bitten off more than he could chew.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, the music world is mourning the loss of a great singer,
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Also Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis get into a fight as they try to announce their...fight. Mike Stevens will sort it all out in Sports.
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[5-Marketwatch]


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On Wall Street today, stocks have started a holiday shortened week on a negative note as investors continue to worry about the potential for an economic recovery.
Alexis Christoforous explains.
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Martinsville Speedway and MW Windows are teaming up on pole day for both Winston Cup races at the half mile track this season.
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MW Windows held a news conference earlier today to officially announce the partnership. MW Windows will sponsor both Friday pole days at Martinsville Speedway for both the Virginia 500 and the Old Dominion 500.
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The world of professional boxing has been in a state of disrepair for years and years and today the decline of the once mighty spectacle hit a new low.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY; ;00]

Moments after being announced at a news conference to help promote his upcoming fight with Lennox Lewis, Iron Mike Tyson snapped and went after Lewis. A two minute scuffle involving handlers, and posse members ensued. Tyson finally emerged and went on a profanity laced tirade. Surprise! The news conference was canceled after what you just saw happened.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Virginia Cavaliers' men's team that is now ranked 7th in the nation will be after its fourth straight win in the ACC tonight as the Cavs take on Georgia Tech in Atlanta. This traditionally has been a terrible game for the Cavs, but they're expected to win tonight.
[GRAPHIC=TICKER]

Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six some big time high school football players are making verbal commitments. The latest on some name you'll recognize and some college's you'll definitely be interested in at the top of the hour. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=Five]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=Net]
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Singer Peggy Lee is being remember today as a perfectionist who mastered the art of jazz singing.
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Lee died yesterday of a heart attack. Her daughter says her mother had an incredible ear for music.
Lee began her 50 year music career as a big band singer, but she gained her biggest fame for writing and performing jazz.
Her 1956 song "Fever," was an international hit.
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[VO-NAT]


In addition to a Grammy, Lee also won an Academy Award in 1956 for her supporting role in the movie "Pete Kelley's Blues."
She was known to younger audiences for her songs in the Disney film, "The Lady and the Tramp."
Peggy Lee was 81.
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