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The Henry County school board give consolidation another shot.
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And a fireman honors the fallen...
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Two brothers turn themselves in to face moonshine charges, one day after a sheriff's deputy makes a lucky find.
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And Jeffrey Thomas prepares for a new trial. The location is certain, but the date could still change.
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The weather story features a fabulous Friday and a changing Saturday. Details in a few minutes.

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On Healthcheck tonight .. any prescription for 12 dollars a piece. That's what one major drug company is offering some seniors.
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And a test that can help find, and treat breast cancer will soon be covered under Medicare.
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((JIMMY AYERS/AMHERST CO. SHERIFF: AS SOON AS SHE REALIZED WHAT SHE'D WALKED INTO, SHE CAME OUT OF IT..))
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What started out as a simple subpoena turned into Amherst County's first moonshine bust in decades.
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Two brothers turned themselves in today .. one day after a deputy serving a civil paper stumbled onto something she wasn't looking for.
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Steve Smallshaw is in our Lynchburg newsroom to tell us more about Amherst county's first moonshine bust in years.
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Shannon, it was one of those lucky breaks that police rely on occasionally to make an arrest or solve a crime.
This time they had an idea someone was making moonshine.. but until yesterday, they couldn't prove it.
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(( Deputy Debbie Tinnel came to the Mays machinery shop in Monroe yesterday to serve a civil paper on one of the owners, Richard Mays.
Finding the front door unlocked, Tinnel went inside to look for Mays.. he wasn't there, but in the back of the warehouse was something much more interesting.
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In the back was what police describe as a relatively small- scale moonshine operation.
A 300- gallon tank was hooked up to distilling equipment, and there were about a hundred jugs in the room, half of which held homemade whiskey.
Sheriff Jimmy Ayers says they'd gotten a tip about the operation a few weeks ago, but the information was sketchy.
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((AYERS: ONE OF THOSE THINGS, TO SAY THE INFORMATION WE GOT A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO WAS THIRD, FOURTH-HAND TYPE STUFF, IT WAS NOTHING ANYBODY COULD SAY DEFINITELY WAS GOING ON, IT JUST TURNED UP TO BE APPARENTLY IT WAS RIGHT.))
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This morning, the shop owners Richard and Randy Mays turned themselves in and were charged with manufacturing whiskey and possession of untaxed whiskey.
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Sheriff Ayers says a third arrest may be pending. Shannon?

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The location is certain .. but the timing isn't. Jeffrey Allen Thomas will get his second trial in Hanover County, near Richmond.
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Last week, the State Supreme Court overturned Thomas' conviction and death sentence for the shooting death of 16-year-old Tara Munsey Justices cited pre-trial publicity and the difficulty in seating a jury. Commonwealth's Attorney Mike Fleenor says the new trial is scheduled to begin July 29th .. but it's possible those dates could change. Fleenor says there's still a petition asking the high court to re-hear arguments.
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Budget negotiators in Richmond tackled the last issues dividing them today, and late this morning they announced an agreement on a new- 50- billion dollar state budget.
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The pact includes modest pay raises for state employees and school teachers. It allows public colleges and universities to raise tuition to offset budget cuts. And it restores some money to the Governor's Opportunity Fund for economic development.
Though cultural agencies won't receive as much money as the House proposed, they remain in the budget.
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Governor Warner hasn't studied the budget compromise, but says the fact that House and Senate negotiators reached an agreement is "a giant step forward."
We'll hear more of the Governor's reaction tonight on News 7 at Six.
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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld predicts a victory in the assault in eastern Afghanistan could come as early as this weekend or sometime next week. Meantime, new details are emerging about the first days of the battle. Teri Okita reports.
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((ON DAY SIX OF "OPERATION ANACONDA" AN ALL-OUT ASSAULT ON TALIBAN AND AL-QAEDA FORCES WITH SOME OF THE HEAVIEST BOMBING, SO FAR AND MORE U-S GROUND TROOPS JOINING IN THE FIGHT. U-S SOLDIERS ON THE FRONT LINES DESCRIBE THEIR FIRST DAYS OF THE OPERATION VIA SATELLITE PHONE. AT SIX A-M SATURDAY, U-S TROOPS WENT INTO THE HOT ZONE AS SUPPORT TEAMS FOR AFGHAN SOLDIERS. THEY LANDED RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF AN AL-QAEDA STRONGHOLD.

(VOICE OF: Sgt. Maj. Frank Grippe/10th Mountain Division)

I would say, just moments after the helicopters dropped us off, we started taking sporadic fire. And at that time, we returned fire, we moved under some cover. (:10)
INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION SERIOUSLY MISCALCULATED HOW MANY ENEMY FIGHTERS WERE THERE AND THE "SUPPORT" MISSION QUICKLY TURNED INTO A "COMBAT" MISSION THAT LASTED 18-HOURS.
What you need to let the American people know is (:06) Our infantry fought very well that day. (:09 BUTT TO :21) There's definitely Al-Qaeda in the area, and lots of em, and heavily armed. (:26)
THE PENTAGON SAYS THOSE HEAVILY-ARMED AL-QAEDA FIGHTERS KILLED NAVY SEAL, NEIL ROBERTS, IN MONDAYS ATTACKS. ROBERTS WAS ONE OF EIGHT U-S SERVICEMEN KILLED THAT DAY. HE LEFT BEHIND A GOOD-BYE LETTER TO HIS WIFE THAT READ: I LOVED BEING A SEAL. IF I DIED DOING SOMETHING FOR THE TEAMS, THEN I DIED DOING WHAT MADE ME HAPPY.
Al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters may not be the only enemy for allied forces. Storm clouds have moved in and snow could be on the way making it more difficult for ground troops and aircraft to press forward. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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Back in the U-S .. Anna Nicole Smith will get her millions.
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A federal judge today ruled the ex-Playboy Playmate is entitled to more than $88 million in damages stemming from a court battle over the estate of her late husband, Texas oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall II. Smith, whose real name is Vickie Lynn Marshall, met her husband in 1991 when she was working as a stripper. The couple married three years later and had been married for only a year when he died.
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A recall involves popular computer printers .. but the culprit is the power cord. The details are just ahead.
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If you bought a Hewlett-Packard printer in the last 10 months, you may want to know about a recall announced today.
It's not the for printer itself .. but the power cord.
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Longwell Electronics is recalling the cord sets for H-P Deskjet 800 and 900 series, and H-P Photosmart one thousand, 11-hundred, 12-hundred and 13-hundred series. [Next page 1001]
They were sold in Best Buy, Staples, Office Max and Wal-Mart stores, among others, between April 2001 and February of this year. [Next page 1002]
The name "Longwell" is molded on the plug. [Next page 1003]
If you have one of these printers, you are urged to stop using it, and call (877) 917-4378 for a free replacement cord.
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In Healthcheck tonight,
A drug company has started a new program to help low income seniors pay for some prescriptions.
Eli Lilly is now offering its own drug discount card.
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Seniors on Medicare who have no insurance for prescriptions can apply for the card but, they must meet certain income requirements.
With the card seniors can get a month's supply of any Lilly retail drug for 12 dollars.
Participating pharmacies will start accepting the cards April 1st.
Several rival drug makers have announced similar plans over the past years.
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Seniors can get more information and apply for the card by calling 1-877-R-X-LILLY. The process takes two to four weeks.
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In other health news -- A test that could help doctors diagnose and treat breast cancer will soon be covered under Medicare.
It's called the PET scan or Positron Emission Tomography test.
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It's a non-invasive imaging procedure that measures the metabolic activity of cells. And because tumors are fast growing, they readily show up on the scan.
Under the new policy, Medicare will cover the test for patients already diagnosed with breast cancer as another tool for monitoring the response to treatment and the extent of the disease.
Approximately 90-thousand Medicare recipients are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
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Time is starting to slip away .. you now have just over a month left to file your federal tax returns.
If you think you need some professional assistance, the next question becomes: how do you find someone who can do the job properly?
Ray Martin of CBS Marketwatch-dot-com has some suggestions.
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((Over half of the approximately 130 million individual tax returns filed this year will be prepared by a tax professional.
Not having the time or resources to prepare their own tax return is most often the reason individuals give for using a professional tax preparer.
Using a tax pro with experience in the unique and legitimate tax saving strategies of your specific industry or situation can also maximize your tax refund or minimize what you owe.
Asking family, friends and co-workers about whom they use is the most common advice given for seeking out a tax preparer. Also check with trade organizations such as The National Association of Tax Practitioners. Check references and discuss fees before you hire anyone.
The cost of preparing your return will vary depending on the complexity and completeness of your information. Many tax preparers will discount their fees if you are organized and have excellent records.
If you're expecting a tax refund, have your preparer use the IRSs e-filing option and have your refund deposited directly into your bank account. If you do this, you could get your refund in as little as 10 days.
Im Ray Martin from the News Room at MarketWatch Dot Com. ))


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You can't stop the drought .. but there are ways you can meet the challenges it presents. Jacey Birch has some ideas to help you.
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Dry conditions and lagging lake levels may have placed Roanoke City under water restrictions, but...
There are cheap and easy ways to maximize your water usage without skimping on luxury.
Jacey Birch shows us how to save.
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Still ahead on News 7 at 5, stock markets hope to keep the recent momentum going. We'll see how things went in our Marketwatch report.
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Stocks could not hold yesterday's gains.
Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your Thursday Ticker.
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As we told you last night F-F-E standout coach Robert Prunty has left his post at Gretna High School to take the head post graduate job at Hargrave Military Academy.
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This morning the Hargrave family held a news conference to formally introduce Prunty as the head football coach.

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The Cave Spring girls 4 by 4 relay team is headed to the high school nationals Nike indoor track classic.
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The event is this Saturday and Sunday in Landover, Maryland at the Prince George's sports complex.
The Lady Knights sixth place finish in the state last weekend earned them a shot at the national indoor track meet.

This is the first time in school history that a relay team has reached the nationals.
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V-M-I has placed three wrestlers on the All-Southern Conference wrestling team.
They are 149 pound freshman Mike Parsons, Junior Adam Britt, who wrestles at 157 pounds and sophomore Jason Cox.

Parsons posted a perfect 5 and 0 record in the conference and his overall record stands at 28 and 7 and 12 and 2 un Dual Meets.
Britt a 2 time selection led the league in wins with 35 for the second straight year.
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The Bath County state champion football team was at the capital in Richmond today more coming up at six.

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Finally tonight, the Berklee College of Music in Boston is home to "Heavy Rotation Records" .. a class that doubles as a record company.
It's believed to be the first student-run record company to be distributed by a major record label .. and it recently released its first C-D.
VH-1 has the story.
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Melissa Axel sot, Co-Director Heavy Rotation Record

"I work on marketing, publicity/graphic design and layout//I've worked with Epic executives//dealing with the artists//planning the concert//you name it, I've done it"

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LAUNCHED IN 1995 "HEAVY ROTATION" HAS DEFINITELY PAID OFF FOR THE STUDENTS INVOLVED.

SOT: Jeff Dorenfeld Faculty Advisor for Heavy Rotation Records

I have students who have left the program who are working in management companies// all the major record labels already and at agencies//So yes I think it's a great ground foundation and education for them to move on.

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DISTRIBUTED ON EPIC RECORDS, "SHEKINAH 13 ARTISTS" IS HEAVY ROTATION'S FIRST CD. THE COMPILATION FEATURES ONLY FEMALE ARTISTS...IN HONOR OF A LONG LINE OF FEMALE BERKLEE ALUMNI...LIKE MELISSA ETHERIDGE, NATALIE MAINES, PAULA COLE AND DIANA KRALL.

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THE ARTISTS, WHO ARE A MIX OF BOTH BERKLEE STUDENTS AND ALUMNI, RECENTLY PERFORMED A CONCERT CELEBRATING THE RELEASE OF THE CD. THEIR MUSIC RUNS THE GAMUT...WITH EVERYTHING FROM FOLK, POP, AND JAZZ, TO HIP-HOP and HARD ROCK.
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THE ARTISTS HOPE THIS PROJECT WILL JUMP-START THEIR CAREERS.

SOT; Cami , Shekinah artist

I think that the partnership with Epic in a college run label is huge.

SOT Amanda Williams , Shekinah artist

I hope that people will hear the song and like what I'm saying and will want to hear more material by me.

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AND THAT'S MUSIC NEWS FROM VH1))
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