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Today on News 7 at 5, the man accused of a fatal shooting outside a Roanoke restaurant is released on bond.
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and a man accused of killing his family has now killed himself.

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After a chilly evening, lots of sunshine tomorrow with near normal readings in the 40s. Weather details coming up.


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Also today, officials with the state department of transportation try to decide how to stretch their already thin budget,
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and will the Olympic gold medal for figure skating be taken away from the Russians? The controversy is growing....
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Governor Mark Warner heads to far Southwest Virginia to visit the still grieving community around a Grundy law school.
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Governor Warner and Attorney General Jerry Kilgore say they are making the trip to the Appalachian School of Law to show that Virginia cares.
Less than a month ago a student allegedly opened fire at the campus, killing three people and wounding three others.
The suspect, 42 year old Peter (Oh-dee-gee-ZOO-wa) Odighizuwa, is in custody for the shooting, but he was NOT a topic of conversation today.
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New River Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon is in Grundy with more.
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A federal drug enforcement agent accused of murdering a Roanoke man is out on bond.
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Timothy Workman pled NOT guilty to murder and felony use of a firearm today before a courtroom packed with the victim's friends and family.
Prosecutors say the off-duty Texas agent shot Keith Bailey three times in the chest after a scuffle in the parking lot at O'Charley's restaurant.
Prosecutors described it as the culmination of testosterone, alcohol and guns.
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Workman's newly-appointed attorney said it was too early to discuss his defense.
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On News-7 at 6, we'll hear from Bailey's family about their first glimpse of the man charged with the crime.
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The Ukrainian immigrant accused of killing six family members is now dead himself.
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Authorities say Nikolay Soltys killed himself by hanging in his jail cell- earlier today.
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((THE MATERIAL SOLTYS CREATED THE NOOSE WITH APPEARS TO BE A PLASTIC BAG HE OBTAINED THROUGH THE JAIL COMMISSARY. AND CLOTH MATERIAL BELIEVED TO BE EITHER PORTIONS OF A BED SHEET OR THE CAST HE RECEIVED AFTER JUMPING OFF A TIER ON NOVEMBER IN THE JAIL.))
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Soltys had tried to hurt himself before and was being kept in a solitary cell monitored by video camera-
His attorney says he's baffled at how this could've happened. He called the incident suspicious.
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John Walker Lindh- the so called American Taliban- today entered a plea of not guilty.
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The 20 year old is charged with conspiring to kill fellow Americans and training with the Al Queda terrorist network.
Mike SPANN'S widow was also in court- Spann was the C-I-A agent who interviewed Lindh before being killed in a prison uprising.
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Spann says Lindh should've been charged with treason.
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Still no sign of American Journalist Daniel Pearl in Pakistan- and today that nation's president was at the White House- where no doubt he was asked about Pearl-
Jim Acosta now with more from the Washington.
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(( It was an historic meeting between two leaders who became allies in the war on terrorism. And near the top of the agenda was the plight of one American ..Daniel Pearl. BUSH: WE spent a time today in the Oval office talking about our mutual desire that Mr. Pearl is returned home safely.
The fact that President Bush and President Pervez Musharraf discussed the abduction of the Wall Street reporter highlights just how important Pearl's fate is to a delicate U.S. Pakistani relationship. President Pervez Musharraf,Pakistan. "I am reasonably sure he is alive and I really very much hope that he is alive. About getting him released, let me say we are as close as possible to getting him released." The 38 year old journalist vanished three weeks ago in Karachi...where police are now interrogating prime suspect Ahmad Omar Saeed Sheikh. But so far three are conflicting reports about whether the British-born extremist is cooperating. One police source claims Saeed is "not saying anything." Another has quote Saeed as saying Pearl's alive. "He's ok." The President of Pakistan believe his government crackdown on Islamic extremists provoked the militants to such anger that they kidnapped Pearl in protest. Musharraf's handling of Pearl's abduction is seen by some...as a test of how well he can control his country's radical elements. President Bush insists the relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan is no "short dance." But it's unclear how long the two leaders can remain strong partners - if Americans become potential targets for Pakistan terrorists. Jim Acosta ....Cbs News, The White House.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see how some local students are heading on a mission of mercy to the Philippines,
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[VO] and was the Olympic figure skating fixed? The allegations continue to spread in Salt Lake City.
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State Transportation officials say major cuts are coming in Virginia's road-building program.
Today, they outlined reductions that will have a significant impact in central and western Virginia.
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Today, VDOT Commissioner Ray Pethtel told lawmakers there are too many projects on the list and too little money to complete them.
And that means many projects that were part of the plan must now be cancelled or delayed.
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Transportation officials say they hope to reveal which specific projects will be affected early next week.
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It remains the hottest topic at the Winter Olympics. Were the Canadians pairs skaters robbed of a gold medal by the judges? Jennifer Miller has more from Salt Lake City.
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(( Narr: Odds are Russian will keep it's gold, Canada will hold onto it's silver and the judges image will be tarnished. Wednesday ISU President Ottavio Cinquanta, confirmed that the judges' referee -an American...made allegations the voting at Monday's pairs figure skating finals may not have been fair.
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Standup bridge: So and 11 member ISU council will meet February 18th. The president says the union will debate the judging and have face to face meetings ..looking for wrongdoing in an internal investigation.
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I'm not bitter , we are proud of what we've done and the association is behind us.
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Several Radford University students are headed to the Philippines to conduct medical research.
Research that will help families who have children with a cleft lip or palate.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, The students will be part of Operation Smile.
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Each student will placed in a different city and will work with team including a Filipino speech pathologist and a student from University of Phillipines-Manila.
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(( Earl Johnson is one of four Radford University students headed to the Philippines.
He will spend two weeks collecting data that will be used to develop educational materials for parents of children with cleft lip and palate.
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Children in rice based cultures are twice as likely to be born with cleft lips and palates.
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And the students will take technology with them that will make it possible to stay connected during the trip with fellow students at the University. [nat sound] [runs03]
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And what makes this system unique is that doesn't require the use of the Internet, just a phone line to transmit information.
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And for all the students --its chance to help a country in need.
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The National Institutes of Health and the University of Iowa gave a 25-thousand dollar grant to conduct the research.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will give us a preview of one of the biggest productions to hit a Roanoke stage.
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It's one of the world's best known musicals, and it's making a return to Roanoke.
Victor Hugo's epic "Les Miserables" is here for a week's engagement at the Roanoke Civic Center, where we find Jacey Birch, who doesn't look quite like herself today.
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Which part will you be performing tonight, Jacey?
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, a local SPCA is a step closer to getting some long needed facilities,
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and in Sports, Steve Mason will have this week's edition of Hometown hoops Weekly.
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Investors seem to be feeling new confidence in the economy. The markets posted more big gains today.
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It's now time for our two minute ticker.
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Wednesday always means Hometown Hoops Weekly. Steve Mason hands the mic over to a former NBA team president, two former ACC stars and the head coach of the Roanoke Dazzle for some advice.
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The SPCA is getting help from local communities in building a new and improved facility.
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Roanoke city, Roanoke County, Botetourt County and Vinton today signed a service agreement with the Roanoke Valley SPCA. The joint public and private partnership will result in larger, more up to date facilities for the SPCA and the Municipal Regional Pound.
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Construction is slated begin on land surrounding the current SPCA off Baldwin Avenue this summer.
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