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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities in North Carolina say human remains found this week belong to a missing Pittsylvania County woman.
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Also Republican Trent Lott gives into preesure and steps down as Senate majority leader.
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Sunny and windy this afternoon but what will the weekend bring I'll have your hometown forecast.

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Governor Warner unveils the second phase of his plan to balance the state budget.
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On Healthcheck, we'll see how patients can use biofeedback to retrain their brains.
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Plus we'll meet some people who want to chuck the holidays, Christmas Tree and all. News 7 at 5 is next.
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((THIS IS ONE OF THOSE DAYS WHERE YOUR MIND SAYS THERE IS A BIT OF SADNESS IN THE AIR.))
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That reaction to Senator Trent Lott's announcement that he will step down as Majority leader, but while there is sadness republicans also said this.
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((THIS IS A DAY OF REAL HOPE.)) [BUTT TO 1:25] ((TRENT LOTT HAS MADE THE RIGHT DECISION FIRST AND FOREMOST FOR OUR COUNTRY AND FOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.))
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Trent Lott has thrown in the towel- giving up his fight to remain senate majority leader.
He will remain in the Senate.
Aleen Sirgany reports live from Washington with more on the announcement and reaction to it.
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TRENT LOTT HAS THROWN IN THE TOWEL...AND HAS GIVEN UP HIS FIGHT TO REMAIN SENATE MAJORITY LEADER. HE WILL REMAIN IN THE SENATE. ALEEN SIRGANY REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON, DCTERMS.

FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, A SENATE LEADER HAS STEPPED DOWN AMID CONTROVERSY.
BOWING TO MOUNTING CRITICISM FROM HIS COLLEAGUES FOR ENDORSING STROM THURMONDS 1948 SEGREGATIONIST PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDACY, SENATOR TRENT LOTT RESIGNED AS SENATE MAJORITY LEADER, SAYING - QUOTE,
"In the interest of pursuing the best possible agenda for the future of our country. George Allen/R-VIRGINIA: He's made the right decision for our country, for the us senate and for the republican party.
PRESIDENT BUSH NEVER ASKED LOTT TO RESIGN BUT DIDNT OFFER HIM A LIFELINE EITHER. THE WHITE HOUSE VOWS TO WORK WITH WHOMEVER REPLACES LOTT. ARI FLEISCHER/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN with the republican senate, whether headed by lott or whoever the senators decide, the prospects for improving the lives of many in our country will now be enhanced.
SO FAR, THE ONLY DECLARED CANDIDATE FOR THE JOB, SENATOR BILL FRIST, THE DOCTOR FROM TENNESSEE AND WHITE HOUSE ALLY, IS GETTING HUGE ENDORSEMENTS FROM LAWMAKERS.

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SEN. KAY BAILEY HUTCHISON/(R) TEXAS Bill Frist is the person who have the right qualificatis and the ability to win
THE MAN AT THE CENTER OF THE CONTROVERSY REMAINS IN SECLUSION AT HIS HOUSE IN MISSISSIPPI. BUT HIS WIFE GAVE REPORTERS A WRITTEN STATEMENT FROM HER HUSBAND ASKING THE MEDIA TO QUOTE "PLEASE GO HOME." LOTT WILL REMAIN IN THE SENATE. LAWMAKERS, INCLUDING LOTT HIMSELF, WILL ELECT HIS REPLACEMENT IN A VOTE CURRENTLY SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY THE SIXTH. AS, CBSNEWS,WASH.)

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Authorities have postively indentified remains found in North Carolina as that of a missing Pittsylvania County woman.
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37-year old Patty Jo Pulley disappeared in May of 1999 when she left her home to go shopping in Danville.
On Wednesday, a passerby discovered Pulley's remains in a creek bank in Caswell County North Carolina.
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Welch says there were signs of foul play but he would not elaborate.
Today's news quickly spread to the church Patty Jo and her husband attended in Ringgold.
We'll hear from some of her friends tonight on News 7 at six.
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A Roanoke man accused of conspiring to launder money and send it to Iraq made his first appearance in court today.
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Still wearing his blue Berglund Automotive work clothes, Malik Almaliki (ALL-MOLL-icky) today appeared in U.S. District Court. The Iraqi-born U.S. citizen was arrested at the delership yesterday where he's a detailer. The government says (All-Moll-icki) Almaliki wired more than 130-thousand dollars to a company in Seattle Washington for transmittal to Iraq. His attorney, David Nixon, says (Al-Moll-icky) Almaliki was simply sending money home to family and that he denies the charges. A detention hearing is scheduled for Monday.
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Meanwhile the war of words with Iraq continues. This as the U-N chief weapons inspector tells the U-S and Great Britain to help him find hidden weapons.
Drew Levinson has more from New York.
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((WHILE THE U.N. INSPECTORS CONTINUE THEIR HUNT FOR WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION....PRESIDENT BUSH SAID IRAQ'S ARMS REPORT SHOWS SADDAM HUSSEIN IS NOT SERIOUS ABOUT DISARMAMENT.

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"We expected him to show that he would disarm and as the Secretary of state said, he's a long way from there."
THE UN CHIEF WEAPONS INSPECTOR CALLED FOR THE UNITED STATES TO HELP PROVE IRAQ IS VIOLATING THE UN SECURITY RESOLUTION.

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If the UK and the U.S. are convinced and they say they have evidence, well then one would expect that they would be able to tell us where is this stuff.
WEAPONS EXPERTS RETURNED TO THE SITE OF OF IRAQ'S MAIN NUCLEAR PROGRAM. THEY'VE BEEN TO THE COMPLEX JUST OUTSIDE BAGHDAD SEVERAL TIMES SINCE THE INSPECTIONS RESUMED LAST MONTH.

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there is no nuclear activity at this time.
STILL, THE WAR DRUMS KEEP BEATING... BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR TOLD HIS TROOPS TODAY TO PREPARE FOR POSSIBLE DEPLOYMENT.

SOT: TONY BLAIR/BRITISH PRIME MINISTER we will be prepared to use force

in order to ensure they are disarmed of all chemical, biological or potentially nuclear weapons.

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BEFORE ANYTHING HAPPENS THE INSPECTORS WILL GIVE THE SECURITY COUNCIL HERE AT THE UNITED NATIONS AN UPDATED REPORT IN JANUARY TO SEE HOW MUCH IRAQ IS COOPERATING--PRESIDENT BUSH WILL USE THOSE FINDINGS TO DECIDE WHETHER TO GO TO WAR. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Governor Warner's proposed budget spares public education and the state police. We'll have the details next.
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Also two pilots make it out safely.. hard to believe when you see the wreckage.
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Two Air Force jets collided over southern Oklahoma today-
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Both pilots were able to eject safely, although both are being examined at a base hospital.
A witness working at a nearby elementary school says she saw the smoke then drove out to the remote site to see what happened.
The jets were on a training mission.
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Public education was the big winner today as the governor rolled out his plan for closing a one-point-two billion dollar shortfall.
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Warner's budget calls for increasing aid to elementary and secondary education by 65-million dollars.
That money would come from lottery profits and the state's Literary Fund.
The governor proposed freezing basic health services for the needy, including nursing home and hospital reimbursements and prescription drugs.
And he wants to merge or eliminate 12 state agencies.
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Public safety took a small cut but Warner says that it won't translate into any layoffs for state police or sheriffs.
The governor's plan also restores a few million dollars to the D-M-V to help reduce waiting times for customers.
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In health check tonight,
An accident left him with a brain injury which caused a loss of memory, frequent migraines, and the inability to write his own name.
But now Jesse Rendo is on the road to recovery by using a form of biofeedback to stimulate the damaged parts of his brain.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Jean, It's hard to believe that you can actually make changes to your brain by simple changing your behavior or the way you think.
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But biofeedback shows it's possible.
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Jesse Rendo pictures himself outside on a warm day, relaxing. Just by changing his thoughts, he's able to move this green bar above the line. And that means he's increasing the electrical activity to the part of his brain that was damaged.
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Psychologist Brend Baird says by using this form of biofeedback, patients can gradually change the way their brain operates.
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((BIOFEEDBACK IS WHEN YOU USE SOME SOURCE OUTSIDE OF YOUR BODY TO GIVE YOU INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT'S GOING ON INSIDE YOUR BODY. WE HAVE A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF CONTROL OVER THE PARTS OF OUR BODY WE THINK ARE AUTOMATIC)) [RUNS14]
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And Baird says that with EEG biofeedback there is no guess work so patients can see if they are making progress.
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For Rendo it's the first thing that's made him feel better since his accident.
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((IT JUST GIVES ME A LITTLE BIT OF HOPE AND MAKES ME BELIEVE I CAN KEEP DOING THIS FOR AWHILE AND MIGHT BE ABLE TO GET OFF OF MY MEDICINE AND HOPEFULLY GET BACK TO WORK AND OFF OF DISABILITY)) [RUNS15]
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EEG Biofeedback has also been used to treat Attention deficit disorder, autism, depression and anxiety.
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Up next on the newscast, Leo will have the weekend forecast.
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Plus we will tell you why these people are tossing their Christmas trees.
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They're not trimming the trees in the Netherlands. They're tossing them.
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It is the annual Christmas tree chucking contest.
Young and old picked up a tree one by one and hurled them down the main road.
The idea is to see who can throw the tree the farthest.
This actually started out of necessity.
Tractors could not get to the trees last year because the land was too wet, so people had to throw their Christmas Trees over a big ditch.
Not many rules to this competition.
The only qualifications is the tree thrower must wear clogs, the traditional Dutch Wooden shoes.
A 35 year old tree grower Klaas Sander won hurling a three over 33 feet. He won a decorated milk can.
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Coming up a little later, we'll explain why doctors are calling a young girl a medical miracle.
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But first in Sports, a basketball player from U-V-A prepares himself for a hostile homecoming.
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Wall Street scored a solid win as investors cheered a settlement of conflict-of-interest charges involving the nation's biggest brokerages.
Ed Crane reports.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Friday ticker as we get ready for a big shopping and a big sporting weekend. Locally, the 30th annual Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl kicks off at the Salem Civic center tomorrow at high noon as perennial power Mount Union takes on Trinity in the division three football title game. Mount Union has won 41 straight games and 95 of its last 96 - yet the thrill of victory never gets old for the Purple Raiders.
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Game director Carey Harveycutter says more than 4000 tickets have been sold as up this afternoon.

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The Virginia men's basketball team battles Rutgers tomorrow night at eight PM at Louis Brown Athletic Center in Piscattaway, New Jersey in the third meeting between the two basketball powers.
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The most interesting element of the game surrounds UVa junior shooting guard Todd Billet. Billet played two seasons for the Scarlet Knights and led them is scoring one year. He transferred to UVa and you can bet the fans will be on him tomorrow night.
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The Atlanta Braves continue to rework their pitching staff. This afternoon the Braves traded right hander Kevin Millwood to the Phillies for catcher Johnny Estrada. The Braves have now lost Millwood and Tom Glavine - replacing them with Mike Hampton, Russ Ortiz and Paul Byrd.

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[GO TO PINNACLE 12997] And if you plan on staying inside tomorrow - here's the lineup on Your Hometown Station. The Miami Dolphins and Ricky Williams take on the Vikings at 1:30 in special Saturday game.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12998] Right after that one - it's on the hardwood as the Kentucky Wildcats and Indiana Hoosiers hook up at five o'clock tomorrow.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12999] And on Sunday it's an NFL doubleheader - the Redskins meet for GM Charley Casserly and the Houston Texans at one followed by the Broncos and Raiders in a key AFC battle at four.
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Jean will be back in a second to close out News 7 At Five. Please take care everybody and have a safe weekend. [GO TO BREAK]

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Just months ago a Massachusetts girl was losing her battle against cancer. Today she is cancer free and ready for Santa.
Dr. Mallika Marshall has more on this miraculous turnaround.
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(( EIGHT-YEAR-OLD MAHONEY-JEAN COPPINGER IS CELEBRATING A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE.. THANKS TO THE DOCTORS AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. THEY DISCOVERED THAT SHE HAD A MALIGNANT BRAIN TUMOR WHEN SHE WAS 16 MONTHS OLD.. BUT THEY COULDN'T OPERATE BECAUSE THEY FEARED SHE WOULD SUFFER SIGNIFICANT BRAIN DAMAGE AND OTHER SERIOUS COMPLICATIONS.

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IT TOOK UP MOST OF THE RIGHT FRONT LOBE AREA BUT THE PART THAT AS REALLY WORRISOM WAS THAT IT SEEMED TO KIND OF WRAP AROUND AND GO AROUND A MAJOR ARTERY.
SO DOCTORS CHOSE, INSTEAD, TO TREAT MAHONEY-JEAN'S TUMOR WITH CHEMOTHERAPY AND RADIATION. BUT DESPITE TREATMENT, THE TUMOR WAS CAUSING HER TO HAVE TEN TO 15 SEIZURES A DAY...

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I COULDN'T RUN BECAUSE MY MOM HAD TO LOOK AT ME, IF IWAS PLAYING HIDE AND GO SEEK SO SHE WAS MAKING SURE I DIDN'T HAVE A SHAKIE.
THINGS GOT SO BAD DOCTORS FINALLY DECIDED TO PERFORM SURGERY IN FEBRUARY.. EVEN THOUGH THEY DIDN'T THINK THEY WOULD BE ABLE TO REMOVE THE TUMOR, THEY WERE HOPING TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF SEIZURES MAHONEY-JEAN WOULD SUFFER. BUT AMAZINGLY.. THEY DISCOVERED THAT HER TUMOR HAD BECOME AGGRESSIVE...AND THEY WERE ACTUALLY ABLE TO REMOVE MOST OF IT.

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THEY SAID IT SHOULD NEVER GROW BACK AND THAT SHE'S CURED, ITS A MIRACLE.
MAHONEY-JEAN HAS NOT HAD A SEIZURE SINCE FEBURARY, AND HAS BEEN ABLE TO LEAD A NORMAL LIFE FOR THE FIRST TIME...IN A LONG TIME.

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NOBODY HOLDS MY HANDS ON THE POOL. NOBODY HAS TO TELL ME NOT TO CLIMB ON FURNITURE.
AND THERE'S MORE GOOD NEWS. DOCTORS SAY DESPITE THE TUMOR, THE SURGERY AND ALL THE TREATMENT SHE'S UNDERGONE, MAHONEY-JEAN HAS SUFFERED NO PERMANENT NEUROLOGICAL DAMAGE. DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))

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