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Today on News 7 at 5, more winners are declared today in the Senate races. We'll see what the election will mean to the federal government.
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Also we will see how local Constitutional Officers are dealing with cuts in their budgets.



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Also today, new charges are filed against an accused sniper.
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A jury decides if actress Winnona Ryder is guilty of felony shoplifting.
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Plus we'll see what's new at the Science Musuem. News 7 at 5 is next.
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A big win for republicans.. the GOP wins both the House and the Senate.
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((TRENT LOTT: THE AMERICAN PEOLE HAVE INDICATED THEY WANT THE CONGRESS, THE HOUSE, THE SENATE AND THE PRESIDENT TO WORK TOGETHER TO GET THINGS DONE TO PRODUCE RESULTS NOT GET TANGLED UP IN THE PARTISAN POLITICS THAT WE SAW SO MUCH OF THIS YEAR.))
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A huge victory for Republicans.. quite a blow for Democrats.
With the votes in- The GOP is assured of 51 Senate seats after yesterday's elections.
For the first time in decades, Republicans will control the White House, the Senate and the House.
What will republicans hope to accomplish-
Aleen Sirgany is in Washington D-C where peple on both sides of the aisle are reacting.
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(( WITH THE BATTLE FOR CONTROL OF THE SENATE OVER...THE REPUBLICANS ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO PUSHING THEIR AGENDA ON A WHOLE HOST OF BILLS AND APPOINTMENTS. CORRESPONDENT ALEEN SIRGANY REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON, DCTERMS.


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THE SWEEPING REPUBLICAN WIN NOW GIVES THE PRESIDENT THE LUXURY OF TIME...AND CONTROL. HE HAS THE NEXT TWO YEARS TO PUT HIS LEGISLATIVE AGENDA THROUGH A HOUSE AND SENATE LED BY HIS OWN PARTY.

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The president has two major priorities for the future, and they involve the protection of the homeland, including our national security, and strengthening America's economy.
REPUBLICAN TRENT LOTT, WHO WILL RETURN TO HIS OLD JOB AS SENATE MAJORITY LEADER, SAYS A TOP PRIORITY WILL BE TO MAKE THE ADMINISTRATION'S TAX CUTS PERMANENT AND... TO ENSURE THE CONFIRMATION OF SOME 80 FEDERAL JUDGES.

(SOT)SEN. TRENT LOTT/REPUBLICAN LEADER

I will be able to call up nominations and I will be able to call up bills and that will make a difference.
A DIFFERENCE, HE SAYS, LIKE GETTING THE HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT UP AND RUNNING QUICKLY... A PROCESS THAT STALLED THIS YEAR IN tHE DEMOCRATIC SENATE AFTER OBJECTION FROM LABOR UNIONS. ALSO EASIER TO PASS NOW: A NEW ENERGY PLAN AND HUMAN CLONING LEGISTATION.
LOTT LEARNED TODAY HE'LL HAVE REPUBLICAN NORM COLEMAN ON HIS TEAM. COLEMAN NARROWLY BEAT FORMER VICE PRESIDENT WALTER MONDALE, WHO IN AN EMOTIONAL CONCESSION SPEECH, SAID ITS BEEN A GREAT RIDE.

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In what is obviously the end of what is my last campaign, you always treated me decently, you always listened to me

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DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS ALIKE SAY THE PRESIDENTS TIRELESS RALLYING IS REALLY WHAT GAVE REPUBLICANS THEIR HUGE VICTORY.RAISING MORE THAN 180 MILLION DOLLARS FOR CANDIDATES. AS, CBSNEWSWASH.))


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People in Northern Virginia and Hamptom Roads defeated raising taxes there to fix roads- but will that defeat affect your taxes?
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Voters in Tidewater and Northern Virginia soundly defeated an effort to raise the sales tax there to pay for road improvements.
Republican lawmakers say those voters sent a clear message to the state that they're against tax increases.
But Governor Mark Warner says the referendum vote has NOT changed his position on taxes.
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Warner says a lack of confidence in V-DOT and other factors contributed to the referendum's defeat.
The governor says he is still looking for solutions to close the state's billion dollar shortfall.
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Authorities in Northen Virginia are filing CAPITAL murder charges against the two sniper suspects.
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The announcement was made this afternoon-
The Charges against John Aleen Muhammed and John Lee Malvo are [Super=03-Falls Church/Last Month;]

a result of the shooting death of an FBI employee- Linda Franklin in the parking lot of a Home Depot Store.
In all, the two have been accused of shooting 17 people- killing 12 and wounding five others in Alabama, Louisiana, Maryland, Washington D-C and here in Virginia.
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Ashcroft says he believes the appropriate penalties for the crimes committed include the death penalty.
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Actress Winona Ryder was convicted of grand theft and vandalism today for taking thousands of dollars in clothing from a Beverly Hills store.
Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((IN THE CROWDED BEVERLY HILLS COURTROOM WINONA RYDER LOOKED WORRIED AND CONCERNED AS THE VERDICTS WERE READ IN HER SAKS FIFTH AVENUE GRAND THEFT TRIAL. THE FIRST VERDICT WAS IN HER FAVOR.

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NOT GUILTY OF COMMERCIAL BURGLARY.BUT SHE WAS FOUND GUILTY OF GRAND THEFT AND VANDALISM.

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JURORS HAD BEEN PRESENTED WITH A FAIR AMOUNT OF EVIDENCE AGAINST RYDER, INCLUDING VIDEO SURVEILLANCE TAPE FROM MANY ANGLESSHOWING THE ACTRESS STUFFING GOODS INTO A HAT AND BAG. THE BEVERLY HILLS PROSECUTOR TOLD THE JURY THAT RYDER WENT TO SAKS THAT DAY WITH STEALING ON HER MIND, BRINGING WITH HER SHOPPING BAGS, A GARMENT BAG AND SCISSORS TO CUT OFF THE SECURITY TAGS
RYDERS DEFENSE ATTORNEY BASICALLY TRIED TO PORTRAY THE SAKS SECURITY EMPLOYEES AS LIARS. HE NOW SAYS HE WILL NOT COMMENT ON THE CASE UNTIL AFTER HIS CLIENT IS SENTENCED NEXT MONTH. HE ALSO SAID HE WOULD FILE A MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL.
DESPITE THE HIGH PROFILE, SCANDALOUS NATURE OF THE CASE, PROSECUTOR ANN RUNDLE SAID IT WAS NEVER PERSONAL AGAINST RYDER.

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I found miss ryder to be a nice individual this was never about her personally.
AFTER THE VERDICT RYDER WAS ASKED FOR A REACTIONSHE SAID, THANKS FOR ASKING, I JUST CANT TALK RIGHT NOW.
-STAND-UP- THE PROSECUTION SAID THIS CASE WAS NEVER ABOUT JAIL TIME JUST ABOUT RYDER TAKING REPONSIBILITY FOR HER ACTIONS. SHE WILL LIKELY RECEIVE PROBATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS HOLLYWOOD.))


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Still to come on the newscast, local prosecutors say budget cuts may keep them from doing their jobs.
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We'll see how they and other constitutional officers are making ends meet in these lean economic times.
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State budget cuts are hitting home at county constitutional offices.
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In Franklin County, the Circuit Court Clerks office laid off one worker and made another part-time.
It's cutting back the time its open by an hour each day and reducing some services to the public.
Commonwealth attorney Cliff Hapgood is losing one of his four prosecutors.
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((CLIFF HAPGOOD/FRANKLIN CO. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: IT'S DISCOURAGING. YOU THINK THAT YOU'RE DOING A GOOD JOB AND THE CITIZENS OF THE COUNTY ARE GETTING THEIR MONEY'S WORTH. THEN THROUGH NO FAULT OF YOURS, THERE'S A FINANCIAL CRISIS IN RICHMOND AND ALL OF A SUDDEN, YOU'RE PAYING A PRICE FOR THAT. ))
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Some counties have been able to offset the state cuts out of their own budgets, but Franklin County said it's already dipped into reserve funds to balance THIS year's budget.
Henry County constitutional officers are also resorting to furloughs and at least one layoff.

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More cuts in state funding could mean commonwealths attorneys may not be able to prosecute people for minor crimes.
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That's the warning from five central Virginia prosecutors who claim reducing their budgets would be disastrous to the war on crime.
They say less money would force them to lay off staff, meaning there won't be enough people to handle all the criminal cases that are generated.
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((BILL PETTY/LYNCHBURG COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: WE SIMPLY HOPE THAT BOTH THE STATE AND LOCALITIES WILL RECOGNIZE THAT ONE OF THE PRIMARY FUNCTIONS OF GOVERNMENT IS PUBLIC SAFETY AND WE ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF PUBLIC SAFETY. WITHOUT THE POLICE, THE DEPUTIES AND THE PROSECUTORS ALL WORKING TO PROVIDE THAT PUBLIC SAFETY, OUR CITIZENS ARE GOING TO BE THE BIG LOSERS.))
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Supervisors in Amherst and Appomattox counties have agreed to make up the funding shortfall for their respective offices this year.
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In health check tonight,
This year more than 60-thousand Americans will be diagnosed with lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph nodes.
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And a Virginia Tech football player may be one of them.
Michael Crawford is being tested for the disease.
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To help us understand more about the lymphoma, Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton spoke with a local oncologist.
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Jean,
Doctor Mark Currie says there have been many advancements in the treatments for lymphoma.
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But it could mean Crawford will have to be sidelined for awhile.
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(( The odds are in Michael Crawford's favor that he will tackle lymphoma and come out on top.
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Crawford had a swollen lymph node in his neck which doctors thought was suspicious.
It's one of the most common symptoms of lymphoma along with a fever, night sweats, and unexplained weight loss.
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What type of treatment Crawford will have to undergo will depend on a lot on his type of lymphoma.
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((THEY ALMOST ALWAYS INCLUDE CHEMOTHERAPY, SOMETIMES DEPENDING ON THE STAGE, RADIATION MAY BE A PART OF THE TREATMENT AND THERE ARE SOME NEWER ANTIBODY TREATMENTS FOR CERTAIN TYPES OF LYMPHOMA )) [RUNS14]
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And that could mean the Hokies will have to play without him, until he recovers.
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Jean, Crawford is expected to practice tonight with his teammates.

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Coming up today in Sports,
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[VO] Steve Mason will tell us why basketball is a family affair at one local high school.
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Coming up today following sports,
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we'll see how the science museum is studying the human body in a very big way.
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The Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a half point today.
Wall Street had mixed emotions at first, but then decided to welcome the Fed's unexpectedly generous move.


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It is now time for our sports ticker and we once again head to the basketball court where Steve Mason has another edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((STEVE MASON:))
((Having your father in the stands watching every move you make would be a bit unsettling to most coaches. Add the fact dear ole dad was Narrows head boys basketball coach from 1957 until 1987, a span in which he amassed 319 wins, two district titles and three trips to regionals, and his presence might be downright nerve racking. But Bryan is not only welcomes his dad's input, he demands it. ((:))
Coach Patteson was also the Narrows head football coach from 19977 through 1987 and led the Green Wave to three regional berths, second only to Harry Ragsdale. Bryan's players are aware of the pressure their coach is under. ((:)) ((:))
This is Patteson's first year as varsity girls head coach and this team is made up of most of his JV squad from a year ago. In fact the two leading scorers are both tenth graders in Erica Lindsey and Heather Ferrell. ((:)) ((:))
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Hollywood meets the human body in a new large-format film showing at the Science Museum of Western Virginia. The feature gives movie-goers a glimpse of what life is like inside the human body. Brent Watts sat down for the feature and is back with this review.
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