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Today on News 7 at 5, President Bush is said to be furious after immigration officials send out student visas for two of the September eleventh hijackers -- six months after their deaths.
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and another local bank is robbed. This time authorities have a suspect in custody.
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Showers have ended, and the clouds are pulling away, so get ready for some very spring like temperatures for the next couple of days...

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Also we will see a new treatment for lazy eye that could end the use of eye patches.
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And the latest car crash study is out. We'll see what you should be afraid of when things go bump in the night.
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[5-Hijacker-Visas]


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President Bush says he's "displeased" to find that immigration officials approved student visas for two of the September eleventh hijackers, six months after the attacks. Good evening. I'm Shannon Young in for Jean Jadhon. The President says the blunder makes it clear the Immigration and Naturalization Service needs to be reformed. Aleen Sirgany has more.
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((HOW COULD IT HAVE HAPPENED? SIX MONTHS TO THE DAY OF THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS, THIS FLORIDA FLIGHT SCHOOL WHERE TWO OF THE ALLEGED HIJACKERS WERE TRAINED RECEIVED NOTICES THAT THEIR STUDENT VISAS HAD BEEN APPROVED. PRESIDENT BUSH IS OUTRAGED.

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(SOT) RUDI DEKKERS/HUFFMAN AVIATION

13:53:00 ' "I don't expect on Monday morning to open my mail and find permits for Atta and Al-sahheed
THE PAPERWORK THAT ARRIVED IN THE MAIL MONDAY CONTAINED STUDENT VISAS FOR MOHAMED ATTA AND MARWAN AL-SHEHHIBOTH ABOARD THE PLANES THAT FLEW INTO THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. LAWMAKERS ARE STUNNED.

(SOT)SEN. TOM DASCHLE/D-MAJORITY LEADER

I for the life of me, I can't understand how something like that can Happen. It's a major embarrassment and it's a recognition that we still have a lot of work to do.
THE I-N-S SAYS THE MEN WERE NOTIFIED LAST SUMMER THAT THEIR STUDENT VISAS HAD BEEN APPROVED AND BLAMES THE CLEARLY EMBARRASSING MOVE ON ITS PART TO A BACKLOG OF DOCMENTS. IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS MAINTAIN THEY HAD NO INFORMATION REGARDING ATTA AND AL-SHEHHI WERE LINKED TO TERRORISM. PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS THERES NO EXCUSE.

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THE PRESIDENT HAS ORDERED ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT TO QUOTE GET TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS IMMEDIATELY. A FULL FLEDGED INVESTIGATION HAS ALREADY BEGUN.ASCBSWASH.))

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A man held up a bank on Melrose Avenue this morning, and Roanoke police already have a suspect in jail.
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The man went into the Bank of America, handed the teller a note and said he had a gun. The bandit fled on foot. Within minutes patrol officers and detectives had caught up with a man matching the description given by bank employees. Thirty- year old Maurice Daniel Dooley of Christiansburg ran, but police chased him down around 11th Street and Fairfax Avenue. They recovered the money but no gun.
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Fire destroyed a home owned by The Boys Home near Covington this morning.
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Firefighters got the call shortly before 6 o'clock after some members of the dining hall staff saw the fire. The building was an old farmhouse that was converted into a staff residence. The house is located about a quarter of a mile from the residence areas of the Boys Home, and officials say the residents were not in any danger. Fire officials say a preliminary investigation has shown a faulty oil furnace may have started the blaze.
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New construction at one Roanoke hospital will bring big changes at two.
Today, Carilion Health System launched a 55-million dollar expansion and renovation that will benefit both Roanoke Memorial and Community Hospitals.
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This morning, Governor Mark Warner, Carilion executives, employees and patients broke ground for the new wing at Roanoke Memorial.
The seven story addition won't increase the hospital's patient capacity but it will provide more space for operating rooms, and acute care beds.
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((DR. EDWARD MURPHY/CARILION CEO: WE'VE BEEN MOVING TOWARD A SINGLE MEDICAL CENTER BUILT OUT OF THESE TWO HISTORIC HOSPITALS FOR A LONG TIME. AND THIS PROJECT WILL REALLY BE THE ONE THAT WILL ALLOW US TO COMPLETE THAT TRANSITION, TO HAVE ROANOKE MEMORIAL BE THE ADULT MEDICAL TERTIARY CARE CENTER AND COMMUNITY HOSPITAL BE THE CENTER FOR WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SERVICES.))
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The project will also bring major renovations at Community.
They include expanded OB/GYN and Neonatal Intensive Care Units, a 24-hour emergency department that specializes in pediatric care, and an urgent care facility.
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Kia is the big loser in the latest round of car bumper crash tests.
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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says the 2002 Kia Sedona incurred average damage of 24-hundred dollars in four bumper crash tests conducted at five miles an hour. One test had the Sedona driven into a flat barrier... two air bags deployed, cracking the windshield and the top of the instrument panel. Damage came to more than four-thousand dollars. The institute says the performance was the worst performance of any minivan it's tested. Three other vehicles -- the 2002 models of the Subaru Impreza, Mitsubishi Lancer and Volvo S-40 -- all received a ``marginal'' rating, which is just one notch up from poor.
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Coming up next on our newscast, Virginia Tech students will soon find out how much their tuition will go up,
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[VO] and we will tell you why it is going to take more cabbage to buy a head of lettuce.
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Virginia Tech students will soon know how much extra they'll be paying for classes.
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The University's Board of Visitors will decide how much tuition hikes will be at a meeting on Monday. Spokesman Larry Hincker says Tech is required to cut 26-million out of its budget.
Tuition increases will provide an additional 9-million dollars. The Board of Visitors will vote on a percentage.
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((LARRY HINCKER/TECH SPOKESMAN; SO THE SCENARIOS OUR PEOPLE ARE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT OUR SOMEWHERE IN THE 6 TO 9 PERCENT RANGE FOR BOTH IN STATE AND OUT OF STATE STUDENTS.))
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For in -state - students that percentage translates into two to three-hundred more tuition dollars. Officials say they're being sensitive to the cost for out - of -state students. Because their tuition is much higher....even small percentage increases can become significant over time.
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Eating lean may thin your pocket book more than your waist.
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Lettuce is now selling for three bucks a pound, triple the normal price. Produce buyers in the growing regions of California say the winter was tough on the crop. The result is a dwindling supply and decline in quality.
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((RICH DILLY/CONSENTINO'S VEGETABLE HAVEN: LETTUCE LIKES WARM WEATHER AND IT HASN'T BEEN THERE, IT'S BEEN LIKE HERE. IT'S BEEN COLD FOR A VERY EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME. )) ((EVE BELL/CONSUMER: I THINK IT'S SCANDALOUS, TERRIBLE. WHO'S GONNA BE ABLE TO BUY LETTUCE NOWADAYS?))
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Lettuce growers say they think current conditions will continue for at least three more weeks. Prices should drop when the weather improves.
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While many people know about day care for children --what about for adults?
It's a concept that's been around for years.
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And as health check reporter Joy Sutton tells up it's an option many families are choosing.
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Shannon, caring for loved ones who can no longer take care of themselves can be difficult.
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And when a caregiver needs a break or safe plan to leave a loved one, Virginia Tech Adult Day Services has its doors open year round.
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From the moment he walks in the door, Grady Wilson has a smile on his face --ready to greet and socialize with the many friends he has made at Virginia Tech Adult Day Services.
At 79 years old, Wilson is still in good shape --but a stroke a few years ago left him with a memory impairment that's getting progressively worse.
He can't be left home alone. His wife Carol says without this option she would be stuck.
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(( IT WOULD END UP WITH ME HAVING TO GIVE UP MY JOB AND CAREER AND I'D HAVE TO STAY HOME AND TAKE CARE OF HIM BECAUSE AGAIN HE CAN NOT BE ALONE )) [RUNS08]
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((THERE IS A HUGE NEED AS THE POPULATION IS AGING A LOT OF ADULTS THAT NEED TO HAVE A LOT MORE CARE --BUT MAY NOT NEED TO GO INTO A NURSING HOME FACILITY QUITE YET)) [RUNS13]
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That's what Adult Day Services steps in. It not only offers a safe environment for seniors --but provides a full day of activities to keep them active and entertained.
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((WHILE WE DON'T DO SKILLED NURSING CARE, WE WILL HELP CLIENTS WHO USE A WHEELCHAIR , WHO NEED ASSISTANCE WITH ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING INCLUDING TOILETING )) [RUNS10]
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And Carol says it's helped Grady to blossom.
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(( THIS IS JUST SO GOOD FOR HIM BECAUSE IT'S KEEPING HIM MENTALLY ACTIVE AND I THINK THAT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING. AND THE STAFF AGAIN WITH THE MEMORY THERAPY, HORTICULTURAL THERAPY. IT'S JUT MORE THAN I COULD'VE ASKED FOR )) [RUNS15]
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Grady just sees it as a chance to hang out with friends and learn some new activities.
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((IT LOOKS EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE A FRIEND TO YOU EVERYONE HAS A NICE PERSONALITY AND I LIKE THAT )) [RUNS08]
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The cost for Adult Day Services is about 40 dollars a day. It's open Monday through Friday.
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Shannon,

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The full resources of the F-B-I are now behind the search from two 13 year old girls missing from their homes in Portland, Oregon.
CHRIS LAWRENCE reports officials believe the same person may have committed both crimes.
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((Two girls have disappeared from the same apartment complex within two months of each other and investigators now think they've been abducted. On Wednesday help had come in form all over the country, and criminal profilers arrived from FBI headquarters.

SOT: FBI Special Agent Charles Mathews

"If the profile can point us in a certain age group or certain background, we can at least start with that large universe of people to make inquiries like 'What were you doing at 7:30AM last Friday?'."

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From the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives, an Oregon congresswoman held up pictures of the girls and pleaded for help.

SOT: Congresswoman Darlene Hooley, D-OR, holds up picture


Both girls lived in this apartment complex outside Portland and they both were on the dance team at the same middle school. Ashley Pond disappeared January 9th as she prepared to leave for school that morning. Miranda Gaddis disappeared around the same time last Friday.

SOT: FBI Special Agent Charles Mathews

"Coincidences rarely happen in law enforcement."
Parents and teachers are keeping a closer watch on their kids...especially since investigators have no suspects.

SOT: Pamalynn Richardson/Teacher

"Our kids need to be safe and they need to be observed if there's someone loose in the city catching grown children."
The girl's parents have been handing out flyers every day hoping someone will find their children.
Lawrence Stand Up: No one is more anxious than the families that live in this complex where the girls lived. The apartments owner has hired a security company and offered a five thousand dollar reward for information..))

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Coming up a little later, Patrick Evans will speak with singer Doug Chittum.
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[VO] But first former Major Leaguer Darryl Strawberry is back in jail, but this time it is not for drugs.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will tell you what sent the stock markets lower today,
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[VO] and Blacksburg high school's chalkboard says it all as the Indians and the Cave Spring Knights join Martinsville and Altavista in a chase for a state title, a preview in Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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It was a losing effort on Wall Street today as lower-than-expected retail sales figures put a damper on investor sentiment.
Trish Regan has more.
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Former major league baseball star Darryl Strawberry has been tossed out of a court-ordered drug treatment program and into jail.
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A Department of Corrections report released today says Strawberry repeatedly broke many program rules, including the ones that ban smoking and sex between residents.
If Strawberry is found guilty of another probation violation he could be sentenced to a lengthy prison term.
He has been under house arrest at the Phoenix House in Ocala since last May. He was sentenced to two years at the drug treatment center after a four-day, cross-state drug binge.
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It's now time for our midweek ticker which starts and ends on the high school basketball court.
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On the eve of the state high school basketball final four, Steve Mason takes Hometown Hoops weekly on the road to a place famous for championship memories to talk about Martinsville, Blacksburg, Cave Spring and Altavista.
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((:)) ((Martinsville comes into the final four having won 11 state championships. The Bulldogs are looking for their second straight title but must first go through Robert E. Lee high school. The Leemen have won four state titles and coach Paul Hatcher is the winningest coach in VHSL history with 666 victories. They meet Friday at 8:30.
In the other double A final four, Blacksburg continues it's quest for the school's first state title since 1968. The Indians play Friday at seven PM against a tough King George team. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
In triple A, Cave Spring is 16 and 10 and has realed off seven straight wins. 26 and 2 Hayfield is the next step Thursday at the Vine center at 4:30. While J.J. Redick is averaging over 30 points in the last seven games, he is the first to attribute success to a group effort. ((:)) ((:))
Altavista, looking for it's first state title, is the lone area team still alive in the single A state tournament. The Colonels are 24 and 5 and will battle Honaker Friday at 2:30. Steve Mason Hometown hoops weekly.))

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Some people find art, well, a little stuffy, but the Arts Council of the Blue Ridge wants to end that perception.

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This Friday, Blue Grass and Blue Blood will come together for a "down home" fundrasier, and our own Patrick Evans will be the EmCee, and he has more information...

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