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Next on News 7 at 5, the state supreme court has thrown out the murder conviction of the man found guilty of killing a New River Valley teenager. We'll have the latest.
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Also a Franklin County business was heavily damaged today in an explosion.
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Some moisture may be moving in for a weekend visit, and it would certainly be a welcome sight, I'll have details.

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Also today, one of late night television's biggest stars could be looking for a new home for his show,
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and on Health Check, we will tell you why more parents are deciding to have their children sleep through scary dental work.
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A Franklin County business is heavily damaged by an explosion this morning.
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The blast happened at Holley's Used Auto parts- sparking a fire that took firefighters nearly two hours to put out.
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They say an employee was removing a gas tank from an automobile when it ignited.
The employee's shoes caught fire... two other employees used a fire extinguisher to put them out.
All three managed to escape unharmed.
The owner -- Ron Holley --believes fumes may have sparked when a ceiling heater kicked on.
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((RON HOLLEY/HOLLEY'S USED AUTO PARTS: THIS MORNING ONE OF MY EMPLOYEES WAS REMOVING A GA TANK... TAKING IT COMPLETELY OFF, ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS HAVE BEEN FLOWED. SOMETHING HAD BEEN SPILLED...HE SAW AN ARCH AND THAT WAS IT... KABOOM!))

((CHARLIE ROBERTSON/FRANKLIN COUNTY FIREFIGHTER: THE MAIN PART OF THE STRUCTURE, IT'S ALL IN NOW. EVERYTHING IS CONTAINED. WE'RE IN THE PROCESS OF SALVAGING RIGHT NOW.))
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There is no word yet on the amount of damages.
Holley says he has insurance but isn't sure how much of the damage it will cover.
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A death sentence and conviction have been set aside in the case of the man who killed 16-year old Tara Munsey.
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A Pulaski County jury found Jeffrey Allen Thomas guilty a year ago. But the State Supreme Court today decided to send the case back to Pulaski. In the 26-page opinion, Justice Elizabeth Lacy concluded that pre-trial publicity demonstrated "community prejudice" against Thomas. The opinion cited not just the significant amount of news coverage the case generated, but the "tenor" of the stories.
Justice Lacy says a newspaper report was also inaccurate.
The Commonwealth's Attorney says he intends to try the case again, though it'll have to be somewhere OUTside Southwest Virginia.
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Plans to close a handful of schools in Henry County have survived, for now at least.
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The Henry County School Board did NOT take up the matter during a personnel meeting today. Henry County's Superintendent of Schools says despite her request to cancel all consolidation plans, the school board may NOT follow her recommendation.
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((SHARON DODSON/SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL; THEY MAY CHOOSE NOT TO DO THAT, AND IN THAT CASE THEIR RESOLUTION THAT WAS MADE IN DECEMBER AND SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED WOULD REMAIN IN EFFECT.))
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Dodson says if the plan to consolidate schools is shot down, the school system will still face a budget deficit that could hit a million dollars next year.
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The national motto is already posted in many Virginia classrooms, but soon "In God We Trust" may be required reading across the Commonwealth.
Both houses of the General Assembly have now approved legislation that would require all schools to post the message.
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Joe Dashiell is at the State Capitol tonight with more on the bill's progress. Joe what's next?
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Jean, the bill is now headed to the Governor's desk, and Mark Warner isn't saying if he will veto or sign the legislation.
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((Manassas Delegate Bob Marshall showed lawmakers the sign he says is already hanging in some Danville classrooms, one he'd like to see in other schools.
But the House didn't need much persuasion. [NAT SOUND OF VOTE 02:37:23]
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((AYES 79, NO'S 16 THE BILL IS PASSED))
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The Delegates approved a Senate bill identical to legislation that's already made it through the House.... now the issue is in the Governor's court.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER: I FEEL AS THE NATIONAL MOTTO IN GOD WE TRUST IS SOMETHING I THINK WE ALL AFFIRM AS AMERICANS, BUT I STILL HAVE SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT ITS CONSTITUTIONALITY.))
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Mark Warner will meet with the patrons of the legislation next week, and Bob Marshall says he's hopeful those constitutional questions won't bring a veto.
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((I'M JUST CONVINCED. I THINK THE GOVERNOR, HE'S SENSITIVE TO THE PATRIOTISM OF VIRGINIANS AND I THINK HE'LL SIGN IT, AND I'M HOPEFUL THAT HE'LL SIGN IT AND I'LL EVEN SAY A PRAYER THAT HE'LL SIGN IT.))
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If Bob Marshall's prayer is answered, the law would take effect July first.
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And Jean the Attorney General would then defend any school system that finds itself in federal court.

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The Shuttle Columbia blasted off this morning- but there is apparently a problem on board.
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NASA says there's a reduced flow of the coolant Freon in some radiators in the shuttle's cargo bay.
A team of engineers looked at the problem, but NASA considers the situation to be O-K for now.
The radiators are cooling the shuttle's systems despite debris apparently blocking the coolant loop.
The shuttle and its 7-member repair team are on a mission to renovate the Hubble Space Telescope.
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President Bush admits he has set up a so-called "shadow government" to run the country in the case of catastrophe.
We'll have the details after the break,
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[VO] and more deaths are reported in religious riots in India.
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It is being called the worst religious bloodshed in a decade in India.
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The latest rioting has left at least 50 people dead- and a total of 259 since rioters set a train on fire Wednesday.
Indian muslim's ransacked a police station just as Hindi volunteers arrived in the Northern holy city-
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The volunteers were there to take part in a ritual for construction of a controversial temple.
Thousands of soldiers have been deployed across Western India- to try and quell the violence.
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Government officials are working underground- in round the clock shifts... 90 days at a time.
It is a shadow government.. in place in case of an attack on the United States
Aleen Sirgany has details.
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((IN THE EVENT THAT WASHINGTON IS CRIPPLED BY A CATASTROPHIC TERRORIST ATTACK, THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION HAS A BACK UP...KNOWN AS THE "CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN" FAR AWAY FROM THE PUBLIC VIEW.. IT ENSURES THE GOVERNMENT WILL STILL FUNCTION. BUSH "THIS IS SERIOUS BUSINESS" PRESIDENT BUSH CONFIRMS THE SHADOW GOVERNMENT IS UP AND FUNCTIONING. IT WAS FIRST DESIGNED... BUT NEVER USED DURING THE EISENHOWER COLD WAR YEARS. DECADES LATER IT WAS TRIGGERED.... HOURS AFTER THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS. ANYWHERE FROM 70 TO 150 OFFICIALS FROM ALL BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT, ARE LIVING IN TWO UNDERGROUND, EAST-COAST BUNKERS . kept SAFE TO PROTECT THE FLOW OF GOVERNMENT NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS. THEY WORK ,,,, ROUND THE CLOCK SHIFTS..FOR 90 DAYS AT A TIME. BUSH: We take the continuity of government issue seriously because our nation was under attack. And I still take the threats we receive from al-Qaida killers and terrorists very seriously." PRESIDENT BUSH ACTIVATED THE SHADOW GOVERNMENT FEARING THE AL-QAIDA TERRORIST NETWORK WOULD LAUNCH A NUCLEAR ATTACK ON THE UNITED STATES: VICTORIA CLARKE/PENTAGON SPOKESPERSON I feel very, very confident of the plans that are in place and the practices the people are engaging in to make sure, if something bad happens, the government will continue to function. AN OFFICIAL SAYS THE BUNKERS HAVE ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME AND OFFICE: GENERATORS, TELEPHONES, COMPUTERS, COMMAND CENTERS AND TELEVISION SETS.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In health check tonight,
More and more parents are choosing to have their children put to sleep for dental procedures.
One local mom says she felt it was the best option for her two year old.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more.
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Jean, Many adults don't like having their teeth pulled or getting fillings --so you can imagine how a child may feel..
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And other methods like oral sedation, 30-percent of the time don't work on anxious children.
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((Two year old Evan Spencer is a playful and happy child, but his mom says try to get him to sit in a dentist chair and it's a different story.
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((EVAN DIDN'T WANT TO GET IN THE CHAIR AT ALL. SOMETIMES I THINK WHEN THEY SEE THINGS LIKE THAT THE ARE OVERWHELMED BY IT. IT LOOKS TOO CLINICAL)) [RUNS12]
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So when he needed dental work, Janet Spencer says it was best to have him put under so the experience would be less traumatic and less stressful.
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((I DON'T WANT HIM HAVE LASTING NEGATIVE EFFECTS FROM SOMETHING LIKE THIS AND IF HE'S ASLEEP HE'S NOT GOING TO REMEMBER ANY OF IT)) [RUNS08]
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Pediatric dentist John Davis say it's a growing trend.
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[IN Q=I believe it's become less tolerable]

(( I BELIEVE IT'S BECOME LESS TOLERABLE FOR PARENTS TO HAVE A CHILD IN ANY TYPE OF DISTRESS WHETHER IT BE RESTRAINED AND SOMETIMES USING DRUGS IN THE OFFICE)) [RUNS10]
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Davis says one the safety benefits of general anesthesia is that the child's airway can be controlled at all times --which he says is one of the biggest dangers when a procedure is done in the office using other methods.
And Evan's mother says knowing a pediatric anesthesiologist was putting her son under and monitoring him eased her fears.
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((I WANT TO KNOW THE PERSON THAT'S DEALING WITH HIM HAS DONE A LOT WITH CHILDREN. ANESTHESIA CAN BE SERIOUS PEOPLE DON'T' WAKE-UP FROM IT. I WANT TO MAKE SURE MY CHILD DOES)) [RUNS07]
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Davis says while there is some risk as with any procedure --it's relatively low.
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[IN Q=If you have a healthy child]

((IF YOU HAVE A HEALTHY CHILD IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT I WOULD SAY IT'S PROBABLY MORE DANGEROUS DRIVING TO THE HOSPITAL IN THE CAR)) [RUNS08]
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And for Evan the most memorable part of his trip to the hospital will probably be playing with the toy trains .))
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Jean that makes his mom feel a whole lot better.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up next, we will tell you how Jacey Birch has used her nose for news to find an interesting opportunity for entertainment.
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'Cyrano de Bergerac' is a literary classic known for it's mix of comedy and tragedy contained in a love story.
The play which is set in seventeenth century France takes on new life as it hits the stage in Roanoke.
Jacey Birch has more.
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The original Cyrano de Bergerac was written in 1897 and included five acts with more than 70 actors.
The adaption you see here called "Cyrano" calls for a mere three actors in a one-act play.
Still the story remains essentially the same.
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Still to come on the newscast, some champion wrestlers are returning to Salem. Steve Mason will have that today in Sports,
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and David Letterman could be leaving C-B-S for A-B-C, but not everyone there is happy about the prospect.
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On Wall Street today, some upbeat economic news sent stock prices sharply higher today.
Alexis Christoforous reports.
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David Letterman jumped ship at NBC to go to CBS, but will he set sail for ABC?
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Apparently it's a possibility.
ABC is trying to persuade the late night host to work for them.
Sources close to the negotiations say Letterman's people are talking to both ABC and CBS.
Letterman has been unhappy since leaving NBC for CBS in 1993-
If Letterman does move to ABC, he'd replace Nightline- The Washington Post says Ted Koppel is already furious.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Friday ticker.
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We start with one quick track note. Winston Cup drivers have just started qualifying at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Sunday's UAW Chrysler 400. We will have an up to date run down at six.

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The state's best wrestlers are in Salem this weekend for the Group A and Two A state championships.
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The tournament is making its 10th straight run at the Salem Civic Center and each year it gets bigger and better.
This year 448 wrestlers representing 125 schools will compete for state titles in several different weight classes.
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Christiansburg and Grundy are expected to battle for the Group Two A crown and an area team could contend for the Group A championship against defending champion Brentsville.
We'll have more on that coming up at six.

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On the first day of free agency, many NFL teams continue to trim their rosters in efforts to get under the salary cap. Today the Redskins signed two unrestricted free agents. Washington has signed former Tampa Bay receiver Reidel Anthony for one year
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and former New York Giants linebacker Jesse Armstead. Armstead will ink a three year deal worth 4.5 million bucks. The deal will include a signing bonus of 1.25 million.
One other note. The Baltimore Ravens failed to reach an agreement with quarterback Elvis Grbac and he was waived today. Talks on restructuring his 30 million dollar contract broke down when Grbac would not take a five million dollar pay cut.
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The Big South men's and women's basketball tournament rolls on at the Roanoke Civic Center today.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

The women took center court at the Roanoke Civic center today. In the noon game, Liberty took on Charleston Southern and the top seeded Flames pulled away from the Lady Bucs mid way through the second have to score the 54-41 win. Liberty advances to the championship game tomorrow afternoon.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, a recap of UVa's huge win over Duke and words from J.J. Redick on getting ready for the regional championship. See ya then folks.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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It spent a year on the charts before cracking the top ten, but in that time the soundtrack for "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" has gone platinum four times.
VH-1 has more on this year's Grammy Album of the Year.
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((O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU PACKAGE
S/U "I AM A MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW."

EMMYLOU HARRIS SOT

"I don't think anyone was prepared for the success of the soundtrack."

T-BONE BURNETT SOT

"It's been an incredibly joyous ride the whole way."

VO#1

T-BONE BURNETT -- FORMER BOB DYLAN GUITARIST, WHO'S ALSO PRODUCED THE WALLFLOWERS AND COUNTING CROWS -- WAS HIRED BY THE COEN BROTHERS AS MUSICAL SUPERVISOR FOR "O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?" HE THEN ORGANIZED A ONE-OFF SHOW WITH A NUMBER OF THE ARTISTS FROM THE SOUNDTRACK, INCLUDING EMMYLOU HARRIS, GILLIAN WELCH, ALLISON KRAUSS AND RALPH STANLEY. THAT WAS FILMED FOR A DOCUMENTARY "DOWN FROM THE MOUNTAIN," AND THAT LED TO A FULL-FLEDGED TOUR. ALL OF WHICH GAVE BLUEGRASS EXPOSURE THAT IT HASN'T HAD IN DECADES.

EMMYLOU HARRIS SOT

"I always thought that if people had a chance to hear it, they would really like it."

VO#2

"O BROTHER"'S SUCCESS IS UNUSUAL NOT ONLY IN THAT IT PUT BLUEGRASS MUSIC ON THE POP CHARTS, BUT THAT IT DID IT WITHOUT RADIO SUPPORT...

EMMYLOU HARRIS SOT

"I think you can't keep the cream from rising to the top, with or without radio. I've always believed that.

VO#3

AND THAT'S MUSIC NEWS FROM VH1. ))
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