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Today on News 7 at 5, local police and drug enforcement agents raid a local business.
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Also President Bush's niece is arrested and accused of trying to get prescription drugs illegally.
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Also today a local developer is seeking some help to bring new life to Downtown Lynchburg,
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and millions of dollars are on the line as Mike Tyson fights for a license to box in Las Vegas.
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((BOB ARUM/BOXING PROMOTER: "MIKE TYSON IS A YOUNG MAN OUT OF CONTROL WHO NEEDS SERIOUS MEDICAL ATTENTION." ))
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At this hour boxer Mike Tyson is fighting to save his professional future.
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The Nevada Athletic Commission is all set to consider Tyson's application to box in Las Vegas.
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Millions of dollars for the city's battered economy is on line. But as Chris Lawrence tells us, the troubled boxer will first have to account for his actions.
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((Boxer Mike Tyson has knocked out more than a dozen fighters during his heavyweight career. But Tyson's latest battle will be won or lost with his brains, not brawn.

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Last weeks press conference was supposed to promote the Tyson-Lennox Lewis championship fight. But it may have destroyed any chance of it happening. Tyson scuffled with Lewis and bodyguards, and Lewis later accused Tyson of biting his leg. Then Iron Mike went after someone in the crowd.

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Now the Nevada Athletic Commission has to consider whether Tyson should get a license to box in the state. It was supposed to be a formality. But now commissioners say the burden will be on Tyson to prove why he deserves a license.

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Tourism in Las Vegas was hammered after September 11th. But this fight could pump two hundred million dollars into the local economy. The MGM Grand was all set to host it, with the fighters getting some $20 million dollars to meet in the ring.

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Tyson lost his license before when he bit Evander Holyfield's ear during a fight in 1997. And when he was later asked about a possible match-up with Lewis, Tyson threatened to eat his children. Now Las Vegas police think there's enough evidence to charge him with raping a woman in his Las Vegas home.

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Tyson could still fight Lewis no matter what is decided here. If the Nevada commission denies Tyson his license, that decision is not binding on other states that may want the fight. Chris Lawrence CBS News Las Vegas.))

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President Bush will give his first state of the Union address tonight- He goes into tonight's speech with record breaking popularity.
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This for his leadership on the fight against terrorism-
Mr. Bush is expected to focus on defeating terrorism and homeland security- but he will also talk about battling the weak economy.
And both parties are still fighting over whether an economic stimulus package should include new tax cuts.
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((SEN. TOM DASCHLE/D-MAJORITY LEADER: THE SOONER WE CAN GET SOME OF THIS WORK DONE, THE BETTER OUR PROSPECTS ARE FOR TURNING THE ECONOMY AROUND.)) ((SEN. TRENT LOTT/R-MINORITY LEADER; IT'LL BE PARTICULARLY HARD WITH IT BEING AN ELECTION YEAR, BUT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE EXPECT THAT OF US.))
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The President's State of the Union address will be televised live right here on your hometown station beginning tonight at nine.
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George W's niece is in trouble with the law.
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Noelle Bush was arrested at a pharmacy drive thru window- for allegedly trying to buy the sedative (ZAN-ehks) Xanax.
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The 24 year old daughter of Florida's Governor... is charged with prescription fraud.
According to a Tallahassee police report, a pharmacist called police while Noelle Bush was waiting in the drive thru lane this morning.
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Police say a woman claiming to be a doctor called in a prescription for Xanax for Bush last night.
The police report said a colleague of the doctor told authorities the doctor was no longer practicing in the area -- and that the prescription should be treated as fraudulent.
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Drug enforcement agents raided a Williamson Road business this morning.
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As many as seven police cars and a truck full of D-E-A agents with drug sniffing dogs were spotted by witnesses outside George's Antiques and Collectibles.
They say the agents wore helmets, shields and carried battering rams when they entered the store.
Witnesses say everyone inside the store was handcuffed, searched and brought out one at a time.
At least two people were released.
Police say they had a search warrant, but did not say if any drugs were found or if any arrests were made.
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A new computer virus is hitting systems across the globe and here at home.
In addition to personal computers users, college campuses are dealing with the fast spreading virus.
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Radford University's Director of Computing says the virus is sent through e-mail and comes from Russia. It lists a subject and attachment titled "new photos from my party." When opened, it freezes your computer and automatically sends a copy to everyone in your address book.
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((ED OAKES/DIR. ACADEMIC COMPUTING RADFORD UNIVERSITY; SO IT TRIES TO PROPAGATE ITSELF AS IT INSTALLS SOME PIECES ON YOUR COMPUTER AND IT INSTALLS A BACKDOOR ON YOUR COMPUTER AND SUPPOSEDLY THAT MAKES A CONNECTION TO THE GUY WHO WROTE THE VIRUS.))
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Oakes says the backdoor may provide hackers access to the computer. So far this particular virus has not destroyed hard drives or any saved information. Radford is taking care of the problem by updating virus scanners
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On the Virginia Tech campus, computer technicians are also dealing with the virus. They say it spread through a number of Tech systems over the weekend but that the lastest anti-virus program is catching it.
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It's been more than four months since the September 11th attacks- and that long that Elaine (DUKE) Duch has been in the hospital.
Duch walked down floor after floor of the world trade center to get out..
As Gretchen Carlson reports.. today Duch left out of the hospital-
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((With flashes from the media magnifying the smile on her face Elaine Duch said hello to the world for the first time since September 11th. Elaine Duch - WTC Burn Victim I want to go back to the way I was." After more than 4 months in the hospital with burns on almost 80 percent of her body, Duch is finally going home. It's a recovery her own doctors thought they might never see. Dr. Palmer BesseyWeill Burn Center Statistically she had a one in ten chance to survive." Gretchen Carlson Reporting On the morning of September 11th, Duch was on the 88th floor of Tower One. She worked for the Port Authority and remembers what happened when the first plane hit. Elaine Duch - WTC Burn Victim I was in the hallway of my office and there was fire. If I was a few feet further in I would have been probably blown up." Severely injured, Duch says she was able to get on an elevator to the 44th floor, then walked the rest of the way down. EMT Paul Adams was there to help and visited her almost every Sunday. After months of being on a ventilator, Adams says Duch suddenly improved. Paul Adams - Emergency Medical Technician There was one Sunday I missed and I went back the following Sunday and she was sitting in a chair like, Hi Paul, how are you doing? And my jaw just hit the floor. I couldn't believe it. She's a big inspiration." Duch says her strong spirit and family members including her twin sister pushed her to survive. Elaine Duch - WTC Burn Victim I didn't want to die." And even though she has a long way to go she's now able to tell her amazing story of survival. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))
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Still to come on the newscast, the House of Delegates decides to keep a controversial salute to the flag. We'll have the latest.
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[VO] Also we will see how a local program is helping teenage mothers protect their futures by staying in school.
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The salute to the flag of Virginia has raised controversy since the start of the General Assembly session.
And today, a vote on the issue left a House divided.
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Members of the Virginia legislative black caucus had objected to the pledge because it was written by a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1954.
Today, House members voted on a change to their rules that would have eliminated the pledge.
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The vote did not fall strictly along party lines... and the proposed rule change failed by just two votes... with 48 in favor and 50 against.

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Lynchburg city council is deciding whether to put the city's financial muscle behind major development along the river.
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Hal Craddock wants to spend more than 11-million dollars turning these old buildings into a hotel, conference center and restaurants.
Craddock needs about three million dollars in federal HUD loans to complete the project... money the city would have to borrow and guarantee.
Craddock told city council today the risk is worth it.
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((HAL CRADDOCK/BLUFFWALK DEVELOPER: WHEN YOU PUT THIS WHOLE PROJECT TOGETHER, I THINK THIS IS THE BEST CHANCE THE CITY HAS TO REALLY KICKSTART ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON THAT END OF THE RIVERFRONT AND ON THAT END OF COMMERCE STREET, THAT WHOLE AREA DOWN THERE.))
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A public hearing on the proposal is underway at this hour.
We'll have more on the story tonight on News7 at Six.
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One study found that as many as 70 percent of teen moms drop out of school.
But a new program in the Roanoke Valley is hoping to give dropouts in our area another chance at academic success and the opportunity for a brighter future.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean,
Almost half of the mothers on welfare do not have a high school diploma.
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And how well a child succeeds in school is influenced by the parent's education level.
That's why the Roanoke Valley Family Center is on a mission to break the cycle of school failure and economic dependence.
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Jessica Pegues dropped out of school at the age of 15 when she became pregnant with her first child. Now six years later, and a mother of three, she is back in the classroom, working on getting her GED.
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Three times a weeks Jessica comes to High Street Baptist Church to the Roanoke Valley Family Learning Center.
Program Director Cathy Shoulders says the mothers get more than just help with a GED; they also receive parenting classes and learn computer and workplace skills.
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((WE KNOW THAT THOSE YOUNG MOTHERS HAVE PROBABLY REPEATED A PATTERN OF THEIR MOTHERS WHO DROPPED OUT OF SCHOOL AND GOT PREGNANT AT AN EARLY AGE. AND WE KNOW THAT THOSE BABIES THEY BRING WITH THEM WILL REPEAT THAT SAME PATTERN UNLESS WE INTERJECT A CHANGE SYSTEM)) [RUNS17]
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And the center makes it easy for these young mothers to succeed by providing free transportation and day care.
Pegues says those where obstacles that prevented the prevented her from getting her GED before now.
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Pegues hopes to eventually join the army. She says she wants her children to know that their mother wasn't a quitter. And that if she can get her GED, they can do even better.
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Cathy Shoulders says unless the program gets more financial support, it will be forced to end in the Spring. [TAKE PINNACLE FULL] For more information about the program you can find a link to their website on homepage at wdbj7-dot-com or you can call 540-397-2182.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans has found another way to write lunch off of his taxes. He's standing by a local eatery that promises fast food that is a cut above the average burger. [Live Microwave Full]
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Wouldn't it be nice if you could have a great, restaurant style meal in the privacy of your own home without the hassle of cooking?
Well, you can,
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And Patrick Evans is here to tell us exactly how.
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Up next on the newscast, investors suffer some bitter losses today on Wall Street.
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And then a little later, we will tell you why a leading candy company is looking for something a little more colorful.


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Stock prices dropped sharply lower on Wall Street today.
The Dow Jones average suffered its worst one day point loss since late October.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Welcome everybody to Tuesday night ticker. The countdown is on in Blacksburg
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where number one ranked Connecticut is tonight taking on the Tech women. The Hokies have dropped two straight in the Big East and dropped in the polls, but their travels this year and last season in the conference have toughened them for such a test as this one.
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The Old Dominion Athletic Conference was in the spotlight in Salem last night as Bridgewater head football coach Mike Clark dropped by to entertain the Roanoke Valley Sports Club's membership. Clark says his program's recent success has made his life rather interesting the past two months.
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Of course the most entertaining part of any Super Bowl is the array of commercials that use this platform to sell a product or make a point.
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Budweiser has always been one to spend millions and millions on the game and this year is no exception. However, Anheuser-Busch is using the game to showcase Dale Earnhardt Junior and the Budweiser Chevy as a vehicle for the company's "designated driver campaign."
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Coming up at the top of the hour - both Cave Spring's J.J. Redick and UVa's Adam Hall are suffering from similar foot injuries. We'll explain exactly what a plantar fasciitis problem is on News 7 at Six. Jean will be back injury free in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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The candy world is going to get a little more colorful. The people who make M-and-M's are adding a new color to the lineup.
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They're just not sure what color it will be. They are actually letting candy lovers decide.
You can pick from either purple, pink or aqua.
Starting in March, Masterfoods U-S-A says it will accept votes on its website and on a toll free telephone number.
The vote will be a global contest. It will be advertised in 78 countries and in 15 languages.
It has been seven years since the last new color, blue, was added.
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