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Today on News 7 at 5, police in California stage a massive search after a young girl is apparently snatched from her home.
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Plus a local woman will avoid jail after she admits to taking money from a local girl's group.
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Our short term forecast is for moderating temperatures and pleasant conditions but by Wednesday night and Thursday, some rain and freezing rain is on the way. Details ahead.

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One of the area's largest employers is considering cutting jobs. We'll have the details.
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Also prized football recruit Marcus Vick decides where he will play college football.
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A massive search is on in San Diego after a little girl vanishes from her home in the middle of the night.
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For many parents it is the unthinkable- their child tucked into bed for the night- disappears-
That's the case San Diego police say they're dealing with- after 7-year old Danielle van Dam vanished from her bed Friday night.
Chris Lawrence has more.
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((As the search for the missing seven year old went into its fourth day, detectives interviewed and re-interviewed people who know Danielle van Dam's family. Among those questioned, a neighbor who lives less than 100 yards away. Police dogs searched his house and confiscated his SUV. LT. JIM COLLINS, SAN DIEGO POLICE DEPT. WE HAVEN'T RULED HIM OUT AS A SUSPECT, BUT HE IS NOT UNDER ARREST. The neighbor told reporters he met Danielle's mother two weeks ago, and was at the same bar she was the night the child disappeared. Danielle was last seen Friday night, when her father put her to bed. Home Video: Her parents say they discovered she was missing when her mother went to wake the child Saturday morning. Brenda van Dam, Mother I don't think anyone can describe the feeling that you have when go into your daughters room in the morning and she's not there. No words can describe that. There's a hole in my heart. Police say, until someone is arrested, everyone is a suspect. The parents say they've taken a lie detector test and are cooperating in every way. BRENDA AND DAMON VAN DAM, PARENTS MORE THAN ANYTHING WE WANT HER BACK, IF ANYBODY HAS HER JUST LET HER OUT....WE DONT' CARE, LET HER COME HOME TO US, THAT'S ALL WE'RE ASKING....THAT'S THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS TO US. Investigators continue combing the surrounding neighborhoods and nearby canyons. And they are questioning registered sex offenders in the area. Police say there are more than a dozen registered sex offenders in surrounding neighborhood. Chris Lawrence, CBS NEWS, San Diego))

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A Botetourt County woman convicted of embezzling says she's learned her lesson.
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46-year-old Betty Jo McNeil today pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of embezzling less than 200 dollars from a local 4-H Club.
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The crime was "spread out" over about 18-months and culminated during the summer of 2001 when McNeil disappeared for three weeks. Attorney's on both sides say McNeil's shown remorse, paid restitution and taken responsibility for her actions.
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((JOEL BRANSCOM/COMMNWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: I THINK THERE ARE A NUMBER OF WAYS TO APPROACH IT WHEN YOU'RE CHARGED WITH A CRIME AND MCNEIL DID EVERYTHING SHE POSSIBLY COULD TO HANDLE IT THE RIGHT WAY. I WAS IMPRESSED BY THAT.))
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Branscom says he received an unusual number of letters supporting McNeil and expressing a desire to see her once again working with children.
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((CHARLES PHILLIPS/MCNEIL'S ATTORNEY: WHAT SHE'D LIKE TO TELL THE PEOPLE IS SHE CERTAINLY APPRECIATES ALL THE SUPPORT.
IT'S MEANT A LOT TO HER AND IT'S HELPED HER RECUPERATE FROM HER PROBLEMS.))
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McNeil was given a 12-month suspended sentence, one year probation and 100 hours of community service. She's also required to continue counseling.
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Doctor Cecil Knox posted a 200-thousand bond- -with the help of his father. The Roanoke pain specialist was released from the Roanoke Jail this afternoon.
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The F-B-I arrested Knox Friday on drug charges. He told Keith Humphry- -as he emerged from the jail- -that he felt good.
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((DR. CECIL KNOX/PHYSICIAN: SURE DO, BUT WE PROBABLY SHOULDN'T TALK NOW. LET ME SEE MY LAWYERS FIRST.))
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Knox is accused of prescribing OxyContin without a legitimate medical purpose. Among the conditions of his release, Dr. Knox was ordered to immediately cease prescribing medication, and to begin referring his patients to the care of other physicians.
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One of the lawyers says he's in the process of appealing those conditions to give the Doctor greater flexibility in attending to his 800 or more patients.

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General Electric in Salem is considering making cutbacks.
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The company says it is currently assessing factory loads to determine if there are too many -- or not enough people on the job.
G-E says it is looking into how many of its employees are interested in an early retirement buyout.
The company plans to have an informative meeting with employees next week, after the workforce re-assessment is complete.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the strike continues for a New River Valley Company. We'll have a live report.
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[VO] Also he didn't show yesterday, now Congress is compelling the former head of Enron to appear before one of its committees.
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Former Enron employees testified on Capitol Hill- saying they were left with nothing in their 401K plans after the energy company collapsed.
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Deborah Perotta told a story of broken company promises- saying she lost her savings- just months before her daughter is getting married.
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((DEBORAH PEROTTA/FORMER ENRON EMPLOYEE: AS A MOTHER THIS IS SOMETHING I ALWAYS DREAMED OF DOING FOR MY DAUGHTER TODAY THAT BURDEN HAS FALLEN ON HER SHOULDERS.... woman starts crying))
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Meanwhile the CEO of Accounting Firm Arthur Anderson testified before a congressional committee... that Anderson is cleaning house- after its employees shredded Enron documents.
As for Enron's former Chief... Kenneth Lay, a senate committee voted unanimously to subpoena him to testify.
It's expected though that he'll take the fifth.
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Nearly 50 workers at the Magnox plant in the New River Valley are entering their fifth day on strike. The Pulaski location produces materials for video and audio tapes. Union employees say the company locked them out after an agreement couldn't be met on new contract terms.
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New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon spoke with a local union representative today and joins us from Blacksburg with more...Rachel Jean, the workers say they'll continue to camp out outside of the plant because they have no other choice.
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They say the company refuses to negotiate with them on contract conditions. Employees say they're willing to keep working under an expired contract while negotiations happen. But union reps say the company only wants a new signed contract with many changes.
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((LJ ROSE/UNION REPRESENTATIVE: THE COMPANY WANTS TO TAKE A WEEK'S VACATION AND TAKE TWO HOLIDAYS AND WANT TO TAKE THEIR MEAL ALLOWANCE WANT THEM TO PICK UP A LOT MORE ON THEIR HEALTH CARE PREMIUM.))
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A statement from the company says financial losses are forcing internal cost reductions and that management is asking for cooperation from employees on medical premiums and vacation. The statement says the company would like to make reasonable concessions with the workers to help insure the company's survival.
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Jean, Magnox officials also say those workers who engage in this work
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stoppage will only increase the odds that they will not have future employment at the plant.

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In Health Check tonight,
Two medical facilities in our area are expanding their services.
One includes the construction of a new heart center.
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The other: the expansion of a same-day surgery center.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, Lewis-Gale Clinic says by expanding its same day surgery center it will be able to offer more complicated surgeries to patients.
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The clinic recently added two additional operating rooms as well more patient rooms to meet the growing demand for its services.
The new operating rooms are much larger than the old ones --and make it possible for the clinic to offer more types of surgeries.
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(( WE'RE DOING GALL BLADDERS NOW --ROTATOR CUFF AND SHOULDER RECONSTRUCTION. AND THESE PROCEDURES REQUIRE MORE EQUIPMENT IN THE OPERATING ROOM AND OUR ROOMS WERE SMALLER THAT WAS ONE REASON ))
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Lewis-Gale Clinic says the demand for same-day surgery is growing because it's more cost effective than choosing to have a procedure done in a hospital.
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((ON AVERAGE FOR A PATIENT IT COSTS A THIRD LESS COMING TO AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER ALL OF THE CHARGES ARE BUNDLED IN AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER WHERE IN HOSPITAL THEY LINE ITEM CHARGE AND SO THAT ALWAYS MAKES THE EXPENSE GREATER FOR THE PATIENT ))
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In other health news -- Danville Regional Health System will break ground tomorrow for a new open-heart surgery center.
The Danville Regional Heart Center will be affiliated with Duke University.
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The new 6-point-9 million, 10-thousand sqare-foot facility will be built on the west campus of Danville Regional Medical Center.
Officials say the heart center will be more cost effective and convenient for patients who might otherwise have to travel several hours for surgery.
The Dan River Region has one of the highest rates in the country for cardiac deaths.
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A cardiovascular surgeon on the faculty with the Duke University Medical Center will perform surgery at the new center.
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The new center is expected to be competed early in 2003. Jean,

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Coming next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will tell us why shoppers at the Valley View mall are feeling ship shape.
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Mall goers in big cities have been clothes shopping at Old Navy for quite some time... while those of us in Roanoke only saw the TV ads.
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Jacey Birch joins us from Valley View Mall where the brand new Old Navy just opened over the weekend.
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Mike Stevens has some big sports news, including the naming of a new high school football coach,
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and everyone's talking about it in one small town.. it's the brothel restaurant.. complete with beds- and lunch.
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The story when News 7 at Five continues.
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A late fizzle on Wall Street- That after word that the Senate is shelving President Bush's economic stimulus bill-
The bill is meant to boost the nation out of recession.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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A new cafe is raising some eyebrows in one small town.
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And it's no wonder.
It's called the Brothel cafe- and it's serving up more than just food.
But it's not what you think.
Antique Wood-Carved Bed frames do serve as the booths- and quilts are the tablecloths completing the motif.
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((LINDA PROSCH/CUSTOMER: I THINK IT'S GIVEN THE INTERIOR OF IT'S WONDERFUL.)) ((MALE CUSTOMER: I LIKE IT...)) ((SANDY STEWART/CO-OWNER: IT'S DONE TASTEFULLY. THERE'S NOTHING RISQUE HERE EXCEPT THE JOKES. WELL, I'M NOT POLITICALLY CORRECT IN THIS PLACE.))
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If there was ever a question as to what goes on inside the Brothel Cafe- the answer is posted plainly on the door- no soliciting.
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Welcome everybody to the two minute ticker for this Tuesday.
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Marcus Vick, the younger brother of Michael and the highly touted quarterback from Warwick high school in Newport News announced this afternoon that he has decided to follow in his brother's footsteps and play at Virginia Tech.
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Marcus passed for 17 hundred yards and ran for 700 more last season. More on his decision tonight on News 7 at Six.

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Virginia Tech has not been back on the hardwood since its near win over number one ranked U-Conn last week. The Tech women earned some respect for their efforts as they hang tough in this week's top 25 polls in the number 20 and 23 spots. Tonight it's back to the Big East as they host Miami at seven o'clock.
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We'll have highlights of this game for you tonight on News 7 at 11.

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Another Friday Football Extra coaching vacancy has been filed tonight.
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At Lord Botetourt high school, Keith Robinson, has been selected as the new head football coach for the Cavaliers. The formal appointment should come Thursday night at the school board meeting. Robinson been an assistant coach an offensive coordinator at Botetourt the past three seasons. The Radford grad who is a popular choice among returning players replaces Tony Hart.
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The UVa men return to action tomorrow night against dangerous N.C. State. We'll check in with freshman phenom Elton Brown at the top of the hour. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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The Olympus O-M series of cameras used to be some of the most popular 35 millimeter cameras made. But soon O-M could stand for "ONLY MEMORIES."
Jody Davis has more.
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(( SAY SAYONARA TO OLYMPUS' "O-M" SERIES OF CAMERAS. THE COMPANY IS DISCONTINUING THE LINE AFTER 30 YEARS. OLYMPUS WILL STILL MAKE LENSES AND ACCESSORIES FOR THE O-M'S FOR ANOTHER 13 MONTHS... AND THE CAMERAS THEMSELVES WILL BE AVAILABLE IN LIMITED NUMBERS. IF YOU HAVE AN O-M, DON'T WORRY. OLYMPUS PLANS TO MAINTAIN PARTS FOR IT FOR ANOTHER 10 YEARS.
HERE'S A HIGH-END HOME THEATER SYSTEM THAT'LL TAKE YOU FOR A RIDE. NAKAMICHI'S SOUNDSPACE 21 INCLUDES A DVD-CD CHANGER AND SURROUND SOUND RECEIVER. BUT IT'S THE 5-CHANNEL SPEAKER SYSTEM THAT PUSHES THE EDGE OF COOL, AND OPTIMUM LISTENING. FOUR SPEAKERS ARE MOTOR DRIVEN... SO YOU CAN MOVE THEM UP AND DOWN LIKE AN ELEVATOR.

(SOT - "If you're siting on a couch listening to music, you want the

tweeter even with your ear. Maybe you have kids on the floor, watching a movie. Bring 'em down to their level.")

SOUNDSPACE 21 RETAILS FOR A HEFTY 15-THOUSAND DOLLARS... TV MONITOR NOT INCLUDED.
IF YOU'VE PUT OFF BUYING A PORTABLE GAME BOY ADVANCE SYSTEM.. YOU'LL LIKE THIS. NINTENDO JUST DROPPED THE RETAIL PRICE FROM 99.95 TO 79.95. THE COMPANY CREDITS "INCREASED PRODUCTION EFFICIENCIES AND DECREASED COMPONENT COSTS." IN ENGLISH... IT'S CHEAPER TO MAKE, AND WE'RE PASSING ON THE SAVINGS. NINTENDO ALSO SAYS "SUPER MARIO WORLD: SUPER MARIO ADVANCE 2" FOR GAMEBOY HITS STORE SHELVES FEBRUARY 11TH. AND THAT'S THE WEEK IN TT. JODY DAVIS REPORTING.))


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