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Today on News 7 at Five, the F-B-I says it has video proof that a kidnapped America journalist has been killed,
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and dozens of patients come out to support a local doctor who is accused of illegally prescribing powerful painkillers.
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It couldn't last forever. The colder, more seasonal air, makes its way into the region starting tomorrow night. Perhaps snow showers for the mountains as well. Details coming up.

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Also today, we will see how some future Olympians are being inspired to start training early,
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and we will see how restaurants are preparing for new rules concerning food handling and safety.
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[5-Pearl]


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Federal investigators .. and the Wall Street Journal .. say there is now convincing evidence that a kidnapped Journal reporter is dead.
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That reporter is Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped last month in Pakistan. His kidnappers released photos shortly after he was taken, but there has been little made public since then.
But less than an hour ago, CBS News reported the F-B-I has a video tape which contains convincing evidence of Pearl's death. And the Journal has released a statement saying it now believes its reporter is dead.
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News reports had quoted the chief suspect in his kidnapping as saying the journalist may have been killed while trying to escape. But Pakistani officials had said there was no proof of that claim. Pearl was abducted in Karachi, Pakistan last month. He had arranged to interview the leader of a radical Muslim faction who reportedly had ties to al-Qaida and to shoe-bomb suspect Richard Reid.
This story is still breaking at this hour. We go now to Gretchen Carlson live in New York for the latest.
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Doctor Cecil Knox went to court this morning and found about 50 of his patients there ready to back him- Knox is facing criminal charges... of fraud and distributing narcotics without a legitimate medical purpose.
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It didn't take long for the pain specialist to enter his plea of "NOT guilty." The hearing was over in a matter of minutes. But those who had come to lend support to the man now facing a 32-count federal indictment were ready for the case to be heard today.
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Susan Quesenberry is confident her story alone could win the case, if she were called as the lead witness for the defense. She's furious with the government for seeing to it that Knox was stripped of his authority to write prescriptions and to continue seeing patients.
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The trial will take up most of October.
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The Halifax County family that lost three young girls in a house fire yesterday is finding out today how much their community cares about them.
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Donations of clothes, household items and money have started to pour in to the Crystal Hill Southern Baptist Church.
At the mini-mart up the road, customers have also been contributing money to the effort to help Marvin and Angela Cash.
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((KEN LOFTIS/CRYSTAL HILL MINI MART: THEY REALLY HAVE NOTHING, NO CLOTHES, NO MONEY.. EVEN THOUGH HE'S GOT A GOOD JOB, BUT HE NEEDS TO GET BACK TO WORK TO GET BACK ON HIS FEET AND THEY NEED SOMEWHERE TO LIVE, THAT'S THE MAIN THING RIGHT NOW, THEY GOT NOWHERE TO LIVE.))
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Investigators say the fire that killed Christina, Jessica and Lacey Wright is suspicious and they are treating their deaths as homicides for now.
No new information was released today.
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A U-S Army helicopter has crashed at sea in the Philippines.
A Pentagon spokesman says 12 Americans were aboard.
Navy Commander Jeff Davis says no survivors have been found,but he says the search is continuing.
Davis says there are no initial indications the C-H-47 Chinook helicopter was brought down by hostile fire.
It went down off the coast of the southern Philippines.

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A former Catholic Priest convicted of molesting a ten year old boy- got the maximum sentence today-
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John (Gay-ghun) Geoghan received nine to 10 years in prison-
Geoghan was convicted of indecent assault and battery for fondling a boy in 1991 at a swimming pool.
In all, more than 130 people have accused the former priest of sexual abuse over the past thirty years.
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((PATRICK MCSORLEY/ALLEGED VICTIM: I'M HAPPY WITH THE OUTCOME.. NINE TO TEN YEARS IS JUST A SMALL STEP IN HELPING TOWARD ALL VICTIMS THE SELF HEALING PROCESS,))
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This is the first of three criminal cases against Geoghan.
He also faces more than 80 civil suits.
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State lawmakers continue to work on a new budget. We'll have the details after this break,
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[VO] also a 81 year old retired auto worker is stripped of his citizenship. Authorities believe he worked in the NAZI death camps.
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Video was shown in the trial of Andrea Yates- showing the aftermath of murder- the moments after five children were drowned.
Jim Acosta has the latest from Houston.
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((ANDREA YATES SOBBED OUT LOUD FOR THE FIRST TIME DURING HER TRIAL AS PROSECUTORS SHOWED THE VIDEO AND PICTURES CAPTURED BY POLICE INSIDE THE DEFENDANTS HOME AFTER SHE DROWNED HER FIVE CHILDREN IN A BATHTUB. ON A LARGE PROJECTION SCREEN, THE JURY SAW THE HALLWAY OUTSIDE THE BATHROOM, THE CARPET SOAKED WITH WATER, FORMING A TRAIL THAT LEADS TO THE MASTER BEDROOM, A WET SOCK ALONG THE WAY. INSIDE THE BEDROOM, FOUR OF THE YATES CHILDREN ARE TUCKED INTO THEIR PARENTS BED, THE FIFTH, NOAH, IS FLOATING FACE DOWN IN THE BATHTUB. ANDREA CRIED, SHOOK HER SHOULDERS. SOME JURORS WIPED AWAY TEARS, OTHER STRUGGLED TO WATCH. THE DEFENSE THEN TRIED TO SHOW THE JURY THE YATES HOUSE WAS MORE THAN A SCENE OF DEATH, CALLING UP PICTURES OF TOYS, CEREAL BOWLS AND FAMILY PHOTOS. DURING A COURT RECESS, YATES' SAID LITTLE, DUE TO THE GAG ORDER ON THE CASE. WENDELL ODUM/DEFENSE ATTORNEY "BUT IT WAS HARD FOR EVERYBODY, THERE'S NO WAY YOU CAN PREPARE EVERYBODY FOR THIS." "I JUST COULDN'T BELIEVE WHAT I SAW." AND THEN THERE WERE THE ONLOOKERS IN THE COURT...COPING WITH THE DISTURBING IMAGES. COLLEEN ZIEGLER/COURT OBSERVER "THAT WAS MY MAIN THING WAS THE KIDS, I COULDN'T BELIEVE THAT THOSE CHILDREN WENT THROUGH WHAT THEY WENT THROUGH." PROSECUTORS LATER PLAYED A RECORDING OF YATES' STATEMENT TO POLICE.))


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The Justice Department says he was a Nazi death camp guard-
Today a federal judge agreed - revoking John (Dem-yan-yhuks) Demjanjuk's citizenship-
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It was the Justice Department's second attempt to strip Demjanjuk of his U.S. citizenship.
Federal prosecutors argued that he fraudulently became a citizen by covering up his past as a guard at several Nazi concentration camps.
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((ELI ROSENBAUM/OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS: ONE OF THE COURTS FINDINGS IS THA DEMJANJUK WAS AN ARMED GUARD AT THE SOBIBOR DEATH CAMP WHERE MORE THAN 250 THOUSAND MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN WERE MURDERED.))
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Demjanjuk is now 81- a retired Auto worker in Ohio- He says he was a prisoner of war.
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The complaints were many... the debate long, but state lawmakers are making progress on the state budget.
The Senate has approved its "two- year" 53-billion dollar budget. The House of Delegates continues to plug away at this hour, plugging a major gap in state revenues.
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Lawmakers say they don't like their options. Today, many complained about rising fees, cuts to education, the decision to close some correctional facilities.
But in the end, lawmakers said they have little choice but to approve a budget that makes no one happy.
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[15:40:41 :07] ((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS: WE HAD TO HAVE A BUDGET. WE CAN'T GO AWAY WITHOUT A BUDGET. SO YES I VOTED FOR THE BUDGET, BUT I'M NOT HAPPY WITH IT AT ALL.)) [15:45:53 :14] ((SEN CHARLES HAWKINS: IT'S A BUDGET I DON'T TAKE A GREAT DEAL OF PRIDE IN, EXCEPT I CAN TELL YOU A LOT OF THOUGHT AND WORK WENT INTO THIS TO TRY TO MAKE SURE THE PAIN WAS SHARED THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE POPULATION RATHER THAN SINGLING OUT GROUPS OF PEOPLE TO CARRY MORE THAN THEIR FAIR SHARE.))
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The budget bills now go to a conference committee, which will attempt to resolve the differences between the House and Senate spending plans.
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Virginia restaurants will soon have to meet higher standards to ensure food safety.
That's because new food service regulations take effect March 1st.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean,
The current regulations are based on F-D-A codes set back in 1976.
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Health Officials says it was time to bring restaurants into the 21st century.
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((The owner of D-J's restaurant say he believes the new service regulations will help cut back on the number of food borne outbreaks.
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((I THINK THEY'RE NECESSARY TO BRING THE FOOD HANDLES UP TO STANDARDS UP TO TODAY'S DATE A LOT OF THESE REGULATIONS WERE PROBABLY WRITTEN IN THE 70'S OR SO)) [RUNS14]
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The new regulations will mean big changes for some restaurants.
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Restaurants will now be required to have someone in charge at all times who can demonstrate knowledge of proper food handling methods.
Other changes will include requirements concerning new refrigeration and cooking temperatures. Food handlers will not be allowed to wear jewelry except a wedding ring and artificial nails will be prohibited. Food employees will also be required to minimize bare hand contact with ready-to-eat-food. And it will be mandatory that foods be labeled and show receive by and use dates.
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Deno Poulos say he has new equipment that will make it easier to meet some of the new guidelines. Like this refrigeration which circulates cold air above and below the food ... and like this laser food thermometer.
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Environmental Health Manager Dick Tabb says the new regulations will hopefully encourage restaurants to do more self inspections --and to pay closer attention to behaviors that could cause contamination.
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Over the next year,the Health Department plans to focus on education to help restaurants meet the new guidelines.
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Jean,

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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will show us a place where beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
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((A WINDOW GUARD FROM ROANOKE AND EVEN FISH BALLS FROM CHINA. TRASH OR TREASURE? I GUESS IT DEPENDS ON THE WAY YOU LOOK AT IT. STAY TUNED TO NEWS SEVEN AT FIVE AS WE VISIT A LOCAL SALVAGE YARD.))
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The saying that one man's trash is another man's treasure... rings true at one local salvage yard.
Turning destined garbage into useable pieces has become a daily duty for one business man.
Jacey Birch spent the day at Black Dog Salvage to get an eye for the diamonds in the rough.
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Finding the right radiator may require sifting through piles of rubble but Mike Whiteside has an eye for spotting garbage with potential.
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((Mike Whiteside/Black Dog Salvage speaking: IT'S KIND OF INTERESTING TO TAKE OLD PARTS AND MAKE THEM NEW AGAIN. Jacey Birch/Reporting speaking: EVEN TURNING THEM INTO DIFFERENT THINGS. Mike Whiteside/Black Dog Salvage speaking: RIGHT, EXACTLY, WE'RE ONLY LIMITED BY OUR IMAGINATION AND I HAVE A VERY VIVID IMAGINATION.))
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That imagination often transforms junk into furniture.
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((Mike Whiteside/Black Dog Salvage speaking: THAT'S THE BEAUTY OF THIS BUSINESS IS WE MAKE THINGS THAT THEY WEREN'T INTENDED TO BE USED FOR. USING A GATE FOR A WALL ART, USING A DOOR FOR A HEADBOARD.))
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The business being... architectural salvage... which is essentially the reclamation of old and sometimes even antique parts of a home.
From wrought iron... to windows or stained glass and mantles... pieces being thrown away... which Mike sees as gems waiting to be shined.
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((Mike Whiteside/Black Dog Salvage speaking: THIS IS A SAMPLE RIGHT HERE OF SOME WINDOW GUARDS THAT CAME OFF OF THE VA HOSPITAL ABOUT FORTY YEARS AGO AND WE MADE A PEDESTAL FOR A TABLE OUT OF THEM.))
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Or sometimes, the supposed junk comes ready-made for another purpose.
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((Mike Whiteside/Black Dog Salvage speaking: A NICE PIECE OF WROUGHT IRON ON A WALL IS INSTANT ART, INSTANT ARCHITECTURE AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING TO IT.))
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Call it what you will - trash or art - the pieces at Black Dog Salvage come from around the globe.
This wood is from Giles County...
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((Mike Whiteside/Black Dog Salvage speaking: THIS IS A PIECE OF EGYPTIAN IRON RIGHT HERE.))
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Mike says making old pieces new again... recycles history and restores heritage... but beauty is always in the eye of the beholder.
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((Mike Whiteside/Black Dog Salvage speaking: IT MIGHT LOOK LIKE A JUNKYARD FROM THE HIGHWAY, BUT IF YOU'RE LIKE ME, A JUNKYARD IS JUST A PLACE WHERE TREASURES HIDE.))
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Jacey Birch, News Seven, Roanoke.))

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Still to come on the newscast, we'll see some young figure skaters who have visions of gold in their eyes,
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..and it is tournament time across the country. Today in Sports Mike Stevens will have the kickoff of the women's ODAC tournament in Salem.
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Good afternoon folks. It's the Thursday Ticker and we begin with more postseason basketball action.
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The Old Dominion Athletic Conference opened its women's basketball tournament this afternoon with quarterfinal action at the Salem Civic Center.
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The opening game pitted number one seed Guilford against Hollins University. Hollins trailed by 8 at halftime, but kept the game close the entire second half. Lauren McKee gets the dish inside to Mandy Nichols. The senior scores and cuts the lead to 44-to-37. Then Hollins will get defensive. Brandi Cochran goes to floor and scraps for the loose ball. She gets the pass to Emily Ferrell, who drives and scores and draws the foul. The three point play makes it a 44-to-40 game with 7 minutes and 28 seconds to play.
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But Jackie Hardenbergh would wipe out any thoughts of a Hollins upset with the 3 pointer from the corner. Hollins loses 55-to-44, but continues to make strides under head coach Karen Harvey.
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The second afternoon quarterfinal matchup pitted Randolph-Macon against the Roanoke College Maroons. Randy-Mac had the hot hand inside early on as number 32 Meredith Roberts controlled the inside. She would finish the game with 27 points. Roanoke would answer hard from the outside as number 31 Liz Sloop bangs in the three pointer. The Maroons would again keep it rolling as Katrina Williams steps outside beyond the arc and drills the three ball to put Roanoke College in front.
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Jill Quesenberry, out of Floyd County then gets deep inside for the hoop. But Roanoke is knocked out of the tournament losing 78-to-68.
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Tonight two more game are on tap in the quarterfinal round as Bridgewater takes on Eastern Mennonite at six and red hot Emory & Henry hooks up with Washington & Lee at 8. The semi-finals are scheduled for tomorrow afternoon and the ODAC women's championship game takes place at Saturday at two.

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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - the Scott Robertson Memorial golf tournament get some much deserved recognition, and some local two and three year olds stage their own Olympic games. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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Michelle Kwan skates for Olympic gold tonight. She is just one of three U-S contenders in a sport that has a whole host of youngsters looking to follow in their footsteps. Jennifer Miller has more from Salt Lake City.
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Straight up . Ok.
THESE YOUNG SKATERS MAY NOT BE PERFECT, BUT THEY ARE DETERMINED.

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Arch, arch, turn the toe out, center, finish and good.
FOR ALL OF IT'S GRACE ON THE ICE ... FIGURE SKATING IS REALLY GRACE UNDER FIRE. THE COMPETITION CAN BE TOUGH AND THE PRESSURE ... BRUTAL.

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Its just really nerve wracking at competitions because you're like, what if I fall then I wont make it.

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BUT DURING THE WINTER GAMES, OLYMPIANS INSPIRE YOUNGER SKATERS TO NOT LET A FEW FALLS KEEP THEM DOWN. BOYS LOOK UP TO BRONZE MEDALIST TIMOTHY GOEBEL ... GIRLS HAVE THEIR OWN IDOLS.
CHLOE/SKATER "Michelle Kwan and Sara Hughes."
NICOLE/SKATER "I look up to Michelle Kwan because she really loves the sport she just doesnt do it to win "
SO WHEN MICHELLE KWAN COMPETES ... YOUNG GIRLS WATCH .. AND DREAM OF THEIR TURN.
Yes, I want to be in the Olympics. Really. Yes, 2010.

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Hold, hold, hold hold hold ..finish it nice.
THEY COULD BE AMERICA'S NEXT SKATING STARS .... BUT THEY'LL HAVE TO WAIT. TONIGHT THE LIGHTS WILL SHINE ON MICHELLE KWAN, SARAH HUGES AND SASHA COHEN. THEY HAVE A CHANCE TO SWEEP ALL THREE MEDALS ... MEDALS THE NEXT GENERATION IS ALREADY EYEING. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS SALT LAKE CITY.))

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