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Today on News 7 at 5, leaders in the American Catholic church say they are getting rid of notorious preists. We'll have a live report,
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And if you like to float down the New River, you may soon find some new restrictions.
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Passing showers in the short term forecast with a breezy Thursday ahead. Full forecast details coming up.

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Plus Mike Stevens will tell us about a very large donation to the University of Virginia,
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and we will see a new pacemaker that can call your doctor for you.
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American Cardinals agree to a nationwide campaign to inform priests that pedophilia will not be tolerated.
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The agreement came during the last meeting between the American Cardinals and Pope John Paul the Second.
A letter will go out to every parish priest and bishop in the country.
The church hopes the move will help bring back the trust of the American people and American catholics in particular.
Chris Lawrence is following the story. He joins us live from the Vatican.
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(( Two days of intense talks are over and the American Cardinals have drafted a letter that will be delivered to every parish priest and bishop in the country.  (Sot, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick/Archbishop of Washington ) People need to know no place in priest-hood...............  who harm the young) The letter comes out of meetings between the Cardinals and high ranking officials at the Vatican, including hte Pope himself.  John Paul the Second told the Cardinals he won't tolerate pedophile priests in his church.  (Sot, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick ) It's clear the Holy Father called for zero tolerance The issue of zero tolerance has been examined over and over again, with the Cardinals trying to determine how to handle new cases of abuse, compared to crimes that are decades old.  (Sot, Cardinal Theodore Mccarrick) Zero tolerance prospectively, everybody s on the same page.  If this ever happens again, that s it.  Zero tolerance for something that happened 30-40 years ago and never happened since, never had a problem since, people know about it, and say he s OK ..I d go case by case on that.  Some bishops have knowingly transferred priests who have been accused of abusing children and that's caused some American Catholics to lose faith in members of the clergy.  (Sot, Chuck Karnick/American Catholic ) We tried to hold them a little bit higher, and maybe they re not really as high as we hold them (Lawrence standup close))

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It's back to the drawing board for Lynchburg city leaders now that a judge has declared the city's protest permit ordinance unconstitutional.
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Jack Payden-Travers had challenged the ordinance after he was ticketed for organizing this peace rally last November.
City law had required groups of six or more to get a permit before staging any public demonstration, but a circuit court judge says that law inhibits free speech.
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((JACK PAYDEN-TRAVERS/PEACE ACTIVIST: I WAS REAL HAPPY TO HEAR ABOUT THE DECISION AND I JUST LOOK ON IT AS A VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE OF LYNCHBURG THAT WE NOW ONCE AGAIN HAVE THE RIGHT TO ASSEMBLE AND FREE SPEECH WITHOUT THE NECESSITY OF A PERMIT.)) ((COL. CHARLES BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE CHIEF: WE'RE HOPING THAT CITIZENS WILL CONTINUE TO LET US KNOW WHEN THEY PLAN TO TO DO THIS, AGAIN, NOT THAT WE'VE EVER INTERFERED WITH ANY LAWFUL GATHERING TO EXERCISE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS.))
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City attorneys have not decided whether to appeal the ruling or try to draft a new ordinance that would pass Constitutional muster.
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Will parts of the New River be closed off to the public for security reasons? Army officials and local residents will meet to discuss that question tonight.
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The Radford Army Ammunition Plant is considering a plan that shuts off public access to about four-miles of the river near its facility. Plant officials are not commenting until tonight's meeting. Tighter restrictions at the arsenal have been discussed since September 11th. Local fisherman say they will lose a prime spot for recreation.
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((EMERSON PAYNE/FISHERMAN; I JUST HOPE THEY'RE ABLE TO KEEP IT OPEN FOR RECREATIONAL FISHERMAN BUT YOU KNOW YOU HAVE TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION WHAT COULD HAPPEN UP HERE IN CASE SOME WACKO TRIED TO DO SOMETHING BUT WERE HOPING THEY KEEP IT OPEN.)) ((MARTIN HANBURY/BLACKSBURG FEED & SEED OWNER; WE HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT USE THAT SECTION OF THE RIVER AND ENJOY IT AND THEY REALLY DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO BESIDES GO TO THE MEETING.))
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The meeting is tonight at the New River Valley Competitiveness Center in Fairlawn. It starts at seven.
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The City of Roanoke is completing part of its punishment for storing hazardous waste without a permit.
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It was December of 1997 when dozens of barrels were discovered burried at the Public Works Service Center. Most were empty but some contained hazardous waste material, asphalt patch material or oil-based road paint.
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As punishment, the city was ordered to shell out 600-thousand dollars in fines and community service projects and sponsor four environmental seminars, the last of which is currently underway.
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The three-day seminar is also being attended by officials from other Virginia city and county governments.
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A Democrat implicated in the G-O-P eavesdropping controversy says she's not the villain.
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Jacquelyn Daniel is a former Democratic Party staff member.
She is suspected of giving the phone number and password for a Democratic conference call to Republican official, Ed Matricardi.
Matricardi is now under indictment for illegally eavesdropping and recording the call.
Daniel won't say if she gave the access code to Matricardi.
But she did tell the Associated Press today, quote "I look like the villain and I'm not."
Daniel has not been charged.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll tell you about a new treatment for Parkinson's Disease that can reduce or even eliminate tremors,
Also we will see how cell phone technology is changing the way pacemakers work.
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Investigators are trying to figure out how two trains could hit head on-
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Two people died and hundreds were hurt in yesterday's crash in Orange County California-
Federal investigators have recovered some of the recording devices which monitor the trains mechanical functions such as speed and brakes.
They're looking into whether a faulty signal light led to the crash.
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Surveillance cameras nearby caught the crash on tape- the collision is the worst in the Metrolink's nine year history.
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Defense attorney Harland Braun says two stunt men who worked on the ``Baretta'' T-V series with Robert Blake are expected to be the key witnesses against the actor.
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Braun says the two claim Blake tried to hire them to kill his wife, Bonny Lee Bakley.
One witness is identified as Gary McLarty. Braun and another source close to the case identify the other man as Ronald Hambleton.
A private investigator is also expected to that Blake told him his life would be much better if Bakley was dead.
The defense is putting together a list of witnesses who will say the couple's marriage had improved in the months before Bakley's death.
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In health check tonight,
A new surgical treatment for Parkinson's disease can dramatically improve tremors if not stop them all together.
It's called deep brain stimulation.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton join us with details.
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Jean, The FDA approved the surgical procedure three months ago.
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The treatment can also improve other symptoms of the disease like slowness of movement and stiffness.
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(( The treatment works like a pacemaker for the brain. It uses mild electrical stimulation to block signals to the brain that cause symptoms of Parkinson's disease like tremors.
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The procedure works by placing electrodes into the patients brain which are also connected to a deep brain stimulator which is implanted underneath the collar bone.
For some patients the results are dramatic tremors actually stop and other symptoms significantly improve.
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The procedure is expected to last much longer than past methods. A recent study found the device tripled the time patients were free of involuntary movements. ))
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If you would like to see the procedure, a live Internet broadcast is going on at this hour from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. An archived version will also be available if you miss it.
You can find a link to the website on the webwatch section of our web page at wdbj7-com.
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Wireless technology is something we take for granted every time we use a cell phone. But it is also helping transform the world of medicine.
Dr. Mike Rosen has more.
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(PKGE) (NAT:ever spoken on a cell phone? nope.) SUFFICE IT TO SAY, ELIZABETH CONYERS IS NOT ONE TO KEEP UP WITH THE LAT

EST IN COSUFFICE IT TO SAY, ELIZABETH CONYERS IS NOT ONE TO KEEP UP WITH THE LATEST IN �_��E IS THE FIRST PATIENT IN THE NATION TO RECEIVE AN FDA APPROVED WIRELESS CEL ULAR PACEMAKER. WITH HER PREVIOUS PACEMAKER, EVERY SIX MONTHS SHE WOUL
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ER NEW CELLULAR PACEMAKER VIRTUALLY ELIMINATES THE HOSPITAL AND TELEPHONE CHECKUPS. STANDUP: DR. MIKE ROSEN/STANDUP " now, elizabeth doesn't have to worry about wires or picking up the phone in she has to worry about pretty much nothing at all.. that is unless she wants to transmit data, and in that case, she just has to pick up a magnet, place it on her
chest for a second, take it away, and thje data is sent." SOT: DR. VICTOR PARSONNET/PACEMAKER SPECIALIST, NEWARK BETH I

SRAEL MEDICAL CENTER " with this device if the person develops a rhythm disturbance a lot of extra beats, or things like that, it will automatically transmit the information." ...NEARLY EVERYTHING ABOUT THE HEART RHYTHM AND THE PACEMAKER'S FUNCTIONING... ELIZABETH JUST HAS TO BE NEXT TO THIS LITTLE BLACK RECHARGABLE TRANSMITTER. THE INFORMATION GOES FROM THE PACEMAKER TO THE TRANSMITTER, TO COMPANY HEADQUARTERS IN GERMANY WHHERE IT'S DECODED.WHICH IMMEDIATELY RESULTS IN A
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g. It will transmit when it needs to or when we ask it to." ...TAKING THE RESPONSIBILITY OUT OF ELIZABETH'S HANDS ... AND PUTTING IT BACK INTO THE HANDS OF THE DOCTORS SHE TRUSTS WITH HER CARE. DR. MIKE ROSEN, CBS NEWS, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans will tell us what is being done in the Valley to raise literacy rates.
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Young people helping other young people will be the theme of this weekend in Downtown Roanoke, and there's still time to volunteer your time and effort.
Patrick Evans has the story of this weekend's upcoming Youth Service Day.
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Coming up today in Sports, we'll check in on the Chrysler Classic golf tournament in Greensboro,
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[VO] and we'll meet the nation's teacher of the year. This is his second career. We'll you what he did first a little later.
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Stocks ended in the red for a third straight day as a modest morning rally faded late in the session.
Alexis has more.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the midweek two minute sports ticker. We begin tonight on tobacco road at the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic. Today marked the event's pro-am day and Steve Mason and photographer Dennis Brown get us in the swing of things from the Forest Oaks Country Club.
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The University of Virginia's College at Wise hit the jackpot today. The school picked up its largest gift ever today as a foundation headed up by Carl Smith gave the school $3 million dollars. The generous gift will be used to complete the school's football stadium. More on his generosity tonight on News 7 at Six. Jean is coming back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [go to break]

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It's not easy to take a student once considered a problem and transforming that student into an education success story.
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But that's what Chauncey Veatch is known for.
He is this years National Teacher of the Year.
President Bush awarded him the prestigious honor today.
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((PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH: I WANT AMERICA TO REMEMBER HOW IMPORATNT IT IS TO HAVE GOOD TEACHERS IN OUR CLASSROOMS.))
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((CHAUNCEY VEATCH/2002 TEACHER OF THE YEAR: TODAY SERVES AS A REMINDER FOR ALL OF US WHY WE ARE TEACHERS. IN A DEMOCRACY THERE IS NO UNDERTAKING THAT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EDUCATING OUR CHILDREN.))
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Veatch is a retired Army Colonel- He's bilingual in English- Spanish and teaches high school social studis in Thermal, California.
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