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The soldier accused of murdering a Roanoke Hooters waitress enters a plea in court today.
Christopher Haynes is on trial for the beating death of Tina Louise Foster.
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And a longtime discount retail chain files for Chapter 11.
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The man accused of killing a Roanoke waitress pleads guilty to first degree murder.
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Christoper Haynes is taking responsibility for the murder of Tina Foster last year.
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Shannon Young joins us from outside the courthouse in Roanoke where the soldier from Fort Lee admitted he killed the 20 year old woman.
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((ROLLCUE:..with a guilty plea to first degree murder.))
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An elderly Roanoke man was found dead in his home yesterday.
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Leroy Anthony had not been heard from or seen for several days.
Neighbors, who said Anthony was a caring friend, were worried and called authorities to inquire about his well- being.
Roanoke Police forced entry into Anthony's Leon Street home, and found the 89 year old dead.
After an investigation, the death has been ruled a homicide.
Police say they hope to have autopsy results later today.
The investigation is still ongoing.
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The blue light is in danger of going out at K-Mart--
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The company has filed for bankruptcy protection after its primary food distributor cut off shipments.
K-Mart is the largest retailer to file for Chapter 11, but company officials say they hope to emerge from bankruptcy next year.
They add the company has secured two billion dollars in financing to pay for turnaround efforts as well as continuing operations.
Officials say ALL of the 21-hundred Kmart stores will stay open.
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A Palestinian opens fire in downtown Jerusalem, wounding at least 20 people.
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Police say the gunman was then shot and killed by officers.
The attack occurred hours after Israeli troops killed four members of the militant group Hamas during a raid in the West Bank.
The group says it'll respond with an ''all-out war'' against Israeli soldiers and settlers.
The shoot-out happened near Jerusalem's pedestrian mall, a frequent target of Palestinian militant attacks.
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Two children are dead after a man tossed a hand grenade into a crowded street in Manila.
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40- people were wounded in last night's attack.
Most of the victims were passersby and street peddlers.
The attacker-- who shouted that he was a communist guerrilla-- managed to escape.
Police say they believe the attack was provoked by a ban on street vendors.
Authorities say the incident does NOT appear to fit in with the usual communist guerrilla method -- which is to select targets for attack carefully.
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People who run redlights may have their crime caught on camera soon. We'll have the details after a short break,
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But first the man known as the American Taliban should be back in the United States today.
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The man known as the American Taliban John Walker has started his trip back home to the U-S.
A Pentagon official says Walker is being flown from a Navy assault ship in the northern Arabian sea.
Lee Cowan has more on what he can expect, once he arrives.
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The man dubbed the AMERICAN-Taliban will likely be whisked away by the FBI moments after he lands outside Washington -- and taken to the same detention facility where Zacharis Moussaoui is awaiting trial for conspiring in the September 11th attacks.

Together they will be the highest profile captors the US has under its control -- but the hunt continues for more.

NAT/SOT MEMORIAL



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This morning, two US Marines killed on that very mission were remembered today -- for their courage -- and their sacrifice. Their chopper crashed in the mountains of Northern Afghanistan over the weekend as they were trying to re-supply US troops on the ground.
The Army who is now taking over from the Marines -- joined in the farewell.

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"It is an extremely sobering event as I said our hearts go out to the families to those marines, they're heroes, they really are heroes."

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"By next week -- most of the Marines will be gone -- leaving the army to take care of the base and the US detention facility -- which still houses some 244 detainees, waiting for transfer out. Julie? ))

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The state's money problems are getting worse.
Governor Mark Warner said the state has found another 300 million dollar shortfall.
That makes the budget gap 3-point three- BILLION dollars.
He delivered the bad news in Richmond, as he prepares to deliver his budget to members of the General Assembly.
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Warner will outline his budget plans in detail today.
But yesterday he told reporters that state revenues for the month of January are softer than expected.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER; WE WILL ADD AND PROJECT AN ADDITIONAL 100- MILLION DOLLAR SHORTFALL IN FISCAL YEAR 2002, ANOTHER 100-MILLION DOLLAR SHORTFALL IN FISCAL 2003 AND A THIRD HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR SHORTFALL IN FISCAL YEAR 2004. RAISING THE SIZE OF OUR PROBLEM FROM 3.2 BILLION OVER THE NEXT 30 MONTHS TO 3.5 BILLION DOLLARS.))
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Warner has already proposed across- the- board cuts for state agencies, but he will also lay out other specific cutbacks he says will be needed to balance the budget.
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Warner promises some protection for public education and state employees, but he told a radio audience his budget will include "equal opportunity pain."

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The State Senate has approved a bill to allow police in several Virginia localities to ticket cars caught on camera running a red light, but the measure faces serious opposition in the House of Delegates.
The Senate voted 32-to-8 in favor of the bill yesterday, which was introduced by Shawsville democrat Madison Marye.

The proposed law would allow the cameras in localities where police departments have requested them, including Blacksburg and Charlottesville.
The bill now heads to the House Committee on Militia and Police.

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A senate committee is also studying what it calls predatory pricing at the gas pumps.
Independent retailers believe the big chains are trying to drive them out of business by selling gasoline below cost.
Joe Dashiell has more.
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(( Ever since Sheetz opened on route 460 in Christiansburg... competitors say business hasn't been the same.
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((BOB BLAKE/RADFORD GASOLINE DISTRIBUTOR: I HAVE A DEALER THAT IS 14 MILES AWAY. THEIR VOLUME HAS DECREASED 30 PERCENT.))
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Chatham Senator Charles Hawkins took up the cause, proposing legislation that would prevent gasoline retailers from selling below cost except for grand openings or going out of business sales.
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((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS/R- CHATHAM: I WANT SHEETZ THERE. I WANT WAL MART THERE, I WANT EVERYONE THERE, BUT I WANT MY INDEPENDENTS WHO ARE THERE AND DOING BUSINESS, WHO LIVE IN THE COMMUNITY, WHO RAISE CHILDREN IN THE COMMUNITY, WHO ARE MEMBERS OF OUR ROTARY AND SERTOMA CLUBS AND WHEN THEY MAKE MONEY, THEY INVEST IT IN THE COMMUNITY.))
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A spokesman for Sheetz said the company makes money on its gasoline sales, and isn't trying to put anyone out of business.
The only ones who will be hurt, says Mike Cortez, are consumers who will be forced to pay more for a tank of gas if the bill passes.
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((MIKE CORTEZ/SHEETZ V.P.: THIS IS NOT AN ISSUE WHERE I AM WORRIED SO MUCH ABOUT THE MOM AND POPS. I THINK THEY'RE GREAT ORGANIZATIONS. I'M WORRIED ABOUT THE MOMS AND DADS. THE TRUE LITTLE GUY IN THIS THING WHO PAY FOR THE GASOLINE.))
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In the end the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee approved a watered-down version of the bill.
It requires proof that a competing station is put out of business before the state would take any action.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Richmond))

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Business leaders in the Valley want to see Roanoke County and Roanoke City work together.
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Right now-- the County gets its water from the Spring Hollow Reservoir, while Carvins Cove provides water for Roanoke city. But with the prospect of another water shortage in the city-- business leaders are weighing in. The Roanoke Valley Business Council and Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce want the governments to form a regional water and sewer authority.
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((CLEARLY THE MODEL THAT'S BEEN IN PLACE FOR THE LAST 20 PLUS YEARS IN THIS REGION HAS LEFT SOME THINGS TO BE DESIRED IN TERMS OF WATER CAPACITY IN SOME JURISDICTION, SEWER IN OTHER JURISDICTIONS. THIS SEEMED LIKE THE MOST REASONABLE MODEL TO MOVE TO, TO ENSURE ADEQUATE CAPACITY AND THEREFORE ENSURE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CREATION OF JOBS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE LONG RUN IN THE VALLEY.))
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Business leaders say Roanoke County and City have made great strides in terms of cooperation... and say the area's landfill and airport are examples of where a regional approach has worked.
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Coming up next on our newscast,
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the woman some called the best voice in the world of jazz has died.
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Music legend Peggy Lee is being remembered as a perfectionist, who mastered the art of jazz.
Lee died yesterday of a heart attack at the age of 81.
Gretchen Carlson takes a look back at Lee's 50- year career.
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WITH A SULTRY VOICE AND A STYLE ALL HER OWN...PEGGY LEE TOUCHED GENERATIONS OF MUSIC FANS.

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SHE WON A GRAMMY IN 19-69 FOR THE SONG..."IS THAT ALL THERE IS."
LEE WAS A VERSATILE SINGER...SINGING POP AND JAZZ SONGS WITH EQUAL DISTINCTION. IN ALL, SHE RECORDED OVER 60 ALBUMS AND 600 SONGS. HER HITS INCLUDED CLASSICS LIKE... "I AM A WOMAN", "BIG SPENDER" AND "FEVER".

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PEGGY LEE ALSO ARRANGED AND WROTE MUSIC...INCLUDING SONGS FOR JAZZ GREAT DUKE ELLINGTON.
LEE'S CAREER LATER EXPANDED TO THE STAGE AND SCREEN, SHE WAS EVEN NOMINATED FOR AN OSCAR IN 19-55. FOR HER ROLE IN "PETE KELLY'S BLUES."
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BUT IT'S HER MUSIC THAT MADE HER FAMOUS... AND IT'S MUSIC THAT WILL BE PEGGY LEE'S ENDURING LEGACY.

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Following in the fashion footsteps of First Ladies before her-- Laura Bush has donated her inaugural gown to the Smithsonian.
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The sequined red dress is now a historical artifact at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Mrs. Bush donated the dress on Sunday-- the one- year anniversary of her husband taking the oath of office.
The tradition dates back to Helen Taft, whose husband William Taft was sworn in as President in 19-09.
She later donated her gown.
Over the years, the museum obtained 13 First ladies' inaugural gowns, including those worn by Barbara Bush and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
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Coming after this break, we will meet a local family with an unusual home,
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And in the wake of danger, the Demon Decons put the moves on the North Carolina Tarheels. We'll have the details in Sports.
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The ODAC is an exciting time this year, with very skilled teams playing back to back.
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After a heartbreaking loss to Macon on Sunday, the Maroons were anxious to REEL in the Marlins. Wesleyan scores first, as Louis Park turns the turnover by the Maroons into a three pointer on the other end.
The Marlins trailed by 7 at the break. Roanoke's Robby Pridgen, who had a game high 19, would keep Roanoke in front early in the second half.
He scores and pushes the lead to 10. Wesleyan's Kyle Sharp will then go coast to coast to Josh Fisher.
The Marlins are coming back.
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But Roanoke would get a quality win, as Josh Foster hits an off-balance jumper. Roanoke beats Wesleyan 74-to-62 to gets its 10th win of the year.
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A Star City connection helped the women of Wake Forest pick up a one point win over
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North Carolina in the ACC last night.
Former Fleming star Tonia Brown led the Demon Deacons last night inside the Lawrence Joel Coliseum Annex.
Brown scored 16 points as the Demon Deacons gave Charlene Curtis her 201st career win.
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Wake upset number 17 North Carolina 65-to-64.
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A couple in Lynchburg may have the hottest thing in housing.
They're living in a fire station and now they're getting some national attention.
Steve Smallshaw has more.
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(( For nearly a century, it served and protected Lynchburg's Rivermont neighborhood, but in September of 1991, firefighters marked the last day at Fire Station Number Four.
The building sat vacant for two years until Michael and Anne Gambone bought it for 20-thousand dollars.. more than eight years later, their home is still a work in progress.
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((THIS IS ONE OF THE LIVING AREAS THAT WE USE RIGHT MUCH..))
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They've made some modern-day concessions.
An old urinal is now a planter.. and a hot tub occupies the dispatcher's room.
The Gambones bedroom has eight closets.. one for each of the firemen who slept here... and, you guessed it, the fire pole is still there.
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The bay area houses a turn of the century pumper and ladder truck that the city has no room to store.. but have found a good home here.
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((MICHAEL GAMBONE/OWNER: WE GET PEOPLE WHO JUST COME IN OFF THE STREET OR ARE VISITING AND THEY SEE THE EQUIPMENT, WE USUALLY LEAVE THE DOORS OPEN IN THE SUMMER, AND GENERALLY IT'S OPEN TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO COME IN.))
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They're drawn by the equipment and the curiosity of wondering who would choose to live in an old firehouse.
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((GAMBONE: THAT'S ALWAYS A HARD QUESTION TO ANSWER. IF YOU CAN APPEAL, AS YOU SAY, TO THE LITTLE BOY, THERE'S THAT.. AND MAYBE IT'S A GENETIC FLAW, I DON'T KNOW. BUT THERE'S KIND OF A PLEASURE IN DOING SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENTLY.))
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Home and Garden Television was here last week, taping a profile on the Gambones' project.
It's scheduled to air this fall.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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