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If you are heading out this morning, prepare for a drastic change in temperatures .. Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner will have a look at your full forecast in just a couple of minutes.




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A Virginia Tech freshman faces federal charges of threatening the lives of the nation's top elected officials. 18 year old Steven Keith Adair (uh-DAYR) was arrested in his dorm room by the Secret Service yesterday.
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Prosecutors say Adair set up a false e-mail account linked to a 14- year old New Jersey boy in October, and then sent an e-mail to the White House threatening the lives of President Bush and Vice President Cheney. The Secret Service originally thought the 14- year old was responsible.
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((JOHN BROWNLEE/US ATTORNEY; WENT UP AND EXECUTED A SEARCH WARRANT OF THIS KIDS HOUSE, HIS PARENTS WERE THERE, WENT THROUGH HIS COMPUTER AND DID A COMPLETE PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF THIS 14 YEAR OLD BOY ALL BECAUSE OF MR. ADAIR'S CONDUCT.)) ((TONY ANDERSON/ADAIR'S ATTORNEY; THE GOVERNMENT WAS RIGHT TO INVESTIGATE WHAT THEY'VE DONE HERE. THEY WERE RIGHT TO PROCEED WITH THESE CHARGES, AND I THINK THEN IT ALL WASHES OUT, WE'RE GOING TO FIND THAT THIS WAS A ONE TIME ABERRANT ACT OF A COLLEGE PRANK GONE AWRY, AND HE'S FACING VERY SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES AS A RESULT OF IT.))
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Adair was released on 10-thousand dollars bond. He could also face charges in California for allegedly hacking into the Stanford University computer system.

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A deputy U-S Marshal has been arrested for cocaine possession. Forty- nine year old Joseph Bruer, Junior, was picked up at his home on Roanoke Boulevard in Salem just after midnight Wednesday.
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Bruer- -seen here escorting a prisoner- -is a senior member of the Marshal Service. He transports prisoners and helps provide courtroom security in the Poff Building.
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State police had had Bruer's home under surveillance for the last ten days. Salem police captain Jeff Dudley wouldn't say how much cocaine was involved but conceded it would be considered a "user amount." Dudley won't talk about others involved but said Bruer was the only member of the Marshal Service arrested.


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Bedford County authorities were doubtful about a supposed shooting victim's story.. and it turns out their suspicions were right-
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44- year- old Linda Ferrell told police Wednesday an unidentified white male walked up and shot her in the Graves Mill shopping center.
More than a dozen officers responded to search for the gun-toting suspect.. but Ferrell's story didn't hold up.
She later admitted to shooting herself.. she's in stable condition at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Authorities say Ferrell may be charged with filing a false report.
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You'll want to get out your sweaters and coats this morning .. it's going to be considerably cooler. Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner will have your weekend forecast in just a couple of minutes.





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The Radiologic Sciences program at the College of Health Sciences has lost its accreditation.
That means students enrolled in the program will have to change majors or transfer to another school.
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Some students are upset because they say the college knew about the accreditation problems and waited until the last minute to tell students.
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College officials says they were forced to close the program because accreditation standards for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools required professors to have graduate-level degrees.
So, some radiology professors will now be going back to school.
Officials are not sure how long it will be before the program will be offered again.
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There are 46 students in the program. Seniors and Juniors will get to complete the program and graduate. Freshman and sophomores will have to make other arrangements.
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It's going to cost a little more to attend Virginia's Community Colleges.
Students will pay about 10 dollars more for each three-credit course beginning in the next academic year.
The State Board for Community Colleges approved the increase yesterday to help offset about 17-million dollars in state budget cuts.

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Lobbyists have all kinds of ways of getting their message through to members of Congress.. very seldom, though, do they use a bus.
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But now, the American Cancer Society is sponsoring a seven- month, 40- state bus tour to rally support for more funding for cancer research.
People whose lives have been touched by cancer are signing the bus to send a message to Congress.
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((KEENAN CALDWELL/AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY: CANCER IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE TOP ONE OR TWO HEALTH CONCERNS FOR ALL AMERICANS, SO WE WANT TO CONTINUE TO STEP FORWARD AND RAISE THAT BAR AND RAISE THAT LEVEL OF AWARENESS THAT IT'S A MAJOR HEALTH CONCERN AND WE WANT CONGRESS TO CONTINUE TO SUPPORT THE INITIATIVES THAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR.))
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So far, more than 34- hundred people have signed the bus which will make stops in Danville and Salem later today.
The tour will wrap up in Washington D.C. in September.
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A FEMA team will visit parts of Southwest Virginia later today to see the damage left by this weeks flooding.
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Yesterday, Governor Mark Warner, U-S Senator John Warner and Congressman Rick Boucher, along with other public safety and National Guard officials, got their chance to witness an estimated 51-million dollars worth of damage. Senator Warner told area residents that while the destruction may be depressing, their attitude is to be commended.
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((SEN. JOHN WARNER: OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO THE FAMILIES AND THE PEOPLE IN THESE COMMUNITIES. I'VE BEEN HERE BEFORE AND THE ONE THINNG I ALWAYS REMEMBER IS THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF STURDY PEOPLE, HARDWORKING PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE IN THEIR COMMUNITY AND THE WAY THEY WORK WITH THEIR NEIGHBORS IS REMARKABLE.))
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[VO NAT :15] The Senator promised to ask President Bush to speed up federal disaster relief for the region. Meantime, Governor Warner says he's certain damage estimates will rise once the waters recede and a full accounting can be taken of the losses.
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Plans to expand the Roanoke Rescue Mission can now move forward.
The city Planning Commission voted yesterday to rezone the property for the project.
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The Rescue Mission wants to start a new residential recovery program for women and their children.
Plans call for a new building across Dale Avenue from the current facility.
The proposal has strong support and vocal opposition, as members of the Planning Commission learned Thursday afternoon.
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((MARYELLEN GOODLATTE: THE RESCUE MISSION IS PROUD OF THE SERVICES IT PROVIDES FOR OUR COMMUNITY, THE HOPE AND HELP IT EXTENDS TO THOSE WHO DESPERATELY NEED IT, AND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP AND PARTNERSHIP IT EXTENDS TO ITS NEIGHBORS.)) ((JOHN MCGONIGAL: IF THE MISSION FEELS LEAD TO BUILD THIS FACILITY, WE DON'T WANT TO IMPEDE GOD'S WORK, BUT FOR THE SAKE OF THE WEST BELMONT NEIGHBORHOOD AND ITS PEOPLE WHO LIVE HERE, WE FEEL IT SHOULD BE BUILT IN ANOTHER AREA OTHER THAN SOUTHEAST.))
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The staff of the Planning Department had recommended against the rezoning, but the Planning Commission approved the request.
City Council will consider the issue in April.
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[BIRTHDAYS!] 3/23/02
Saturday:

[SUPER=130-8/Carter Goodbar/Lexington]



[SUPER=130-5/Lauren Todd/Henry]



[SUPER=130-11/Chad Raines/Shawsville]



[SUPER=130-53/Rhonda Godfrey/Clifton Forge]



[SUPER=130-36/William White/Roanoke]



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[SUPER=130-70/Larry Boitnott/Roanoke]


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[SUPER=131-37/Carolyn Craighead/Emporia]



[SUPER=131-/Barry Cardwell/Ringgold]



[SUPER=131-15/Rebecca Francisco/Goodview]

[SUPER=131-3/Aaron Bentley/Roanoke]