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Today on News 7 at 5, a local factory is rehiring hundreds of laidoff workers. We'll have the details.
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Also a former Botetourt County deputy is convicted of sexual battery of a child.
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Pockets of freezing rain will headline our weather story but most folks will just see a chilly rain. Details ahead.

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The President prepares for tonight's State of the Union address. We'll have a live report.
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The court sets a trial date for one of the accused Washington snipers.
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Plus we will have the story of a cat's long journey home.
News 7 at 5 is next.
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In a matter of hours, the president will address the nation with never before released evidence about Iraq's weapons programs and its ties to terrorism.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton. Jean has the evening off.

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According to one Democratic senator, the Bush administration has the kind of evidence against Iraq "that can change people's minds.". But those looking for tonight's state of the union address to be a full scale march towards war with the country will be disappointed. It appears, domestic policy issues such as taxes and drug coverage will top Bush's agenda when he speaks to the nation. Aleen Sirgany joins us now from Washington-- with more on what we can expect to hear later tonight.
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((WITH A FALLING APPROVAL RATING AND GROWING ODDS OF ANOTHER GULF WAR, THE PRESIDENT HAS A LOT AT STAKE AS HE PUTS THE FINAL TOUCHES ON HIS STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS.

(SOT)BUSH

Tonight I will talk about the great challenges that face our country. I have no doubt we will be able to handle those challenges because we are a great country.
ONE OF THOSE CHALLENGES: IRAQ. THE PRESIDENT WILL REPORTEDLY REFER TO NEWLY DECLASSIFIED INFORMATION SHOWING IRAQ IS HIDING DANGEROUS WEAPONS...AND HAS TIES TO TERROR GROUPS. BUT MISTER BUSH WILL NOT DECLARE MILITARY ACTION OR ANNOUNCE A WAR TIMELINE. THE MAIN FOCUS IS EXPECTED TO BE ON DOMESTIC ISSUES.

(SOT)BUSH I'll talk about our plan to spread prosperity throughout

America.

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THE PRESIDENT WILL OUTLINE PROPOSALS INCLUDING TAX CUTS, MORE PRESCRIPTION DRUG COVERAGE FOR THE ELDERLY AND AN EXPANSION OF HIS FAITH-BASED INITIVE WHICH WOULD GIVE DRUG TREATMENT DOLLARS FOR CHURCH GROUPS. DEMOCRATS ARE ALREADY LASHING OUT, ACCUSING THE PRESIDENT OF CREATING WHAT THEY CALL A CREDIBILITY GAP ON A LIST OF ISSUES.

(SOT) Sen. Tom Daschle/Minority Leader:

tonight he has the opportunity to close that credibilty gap, to put his Action behind what we hear tonight.

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THE PRESIDENTS GUESTS TONIGHT INCLUDE AMERICANS WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM HIS TAX CUT PLAN AND DOCTORS HIT BY INFLATING MALPRACTICE PREMIUMS. THERE WILL ALSO BE AN EMPTY SEAT IN THE HOUSE GALLERY IN MEMORY OF THOSE LOST SEPTEMBER 11TH. ))

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A war with iraq is still not a certainty. The gulf region is waiting for the final decision to play out on the world stage. As Drew Levinson reports from Kuwait City.... American troops there got a bitter reminder today about what war is all about.
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((TUESDAY'S BATTLE IN AFGHANISTAN PROVES THIS WAR IS FAR FROM OVER.
350 U-S AND AFGHAN FORCES WERE PITTED AGAINST A GROUP OF ABOUT 80 RENEGADE REBELS--18 OF THEM WERE KILLED...NO AMERICANS WERE INJURED.

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"this was the largest concentration of enemy forces that we have come across since operation Anaconda which was last spring."
WHILE AMERICAN FORCES FIGHT IN AFGHANISTAN--THE U-S TROOPS HERE IN KUWAIT CONTINUE TO GET READY FOR A WAR WITH IRAQ. FOR WEEKS SOLDIERS HAVE BEEN CONDUCTING MANUEVERS IN THE DESERT. FOR NOW THEY ARE IN LIMBO...WAITING TO KNOW WHEN IF AND WHEN A FIGHT WILL BEGIN..

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FOR THE KUWAITIS THE WAITING IS DIFFICULT. THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THEIR SMALL COUNTRY, BUT THEY REMEMBER LAST TIME WHEN IRAQ INVADED. SO THEY CONTINUE T O HOLD THESE MOCK EVACUATION DRILLS.

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"This is a threat and we are under real threat. "

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"Across the border in Iraq, there are reports Sadda's weapons may not only be aimed at the U-S and Kuwait, but his own soldiers as well. He's told his commanders to watch out for treason in their ranks."
STILL THE UN ARMS INSPECTORS CONTINUE THEIR WORK. TWO IRAQI SCIENTISTS WERE SEEN LEAVING THE HOTEL WHERE THE INSPECTORS STAY. THE UNITED STATES HAS ACCUSED IRAQ OF NOT ENCOURAGING SCIENTIST TO COOPERATE WITH THE INSPECTIONS...A CLAIM IRAQ FLATLY DENIES.

nat sot: Demonstration sound/chants

No, No to U.S.A.
IN BAGHDAD--DEMONSTRATORS CONTINUE TO EXHIBIT THEIR ANGER AND DEFIANCE.
Sot: Bahjat Zinao, Kurdish Protestor Peace is the only way.
BUT IT IS WAR RIGHT NOW....THAT ....APPEARS TO BE IN IRAQ'S FUTURE. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, KUWAIT.))

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A former Botetourt County deputy faces up to 20 years in prison for sexually abusing a child.
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39-year-old Tracey Alan Cornwell WAS a resource officer at Read Mountain Middle School.
A Botetourt County judge found him guilty today of aggravated sexual battery.
The 11-year-old girl testified that he took off her bra and fondled her one night last August.
Cornwell admitted he removed the bra but said he NEVER touched her inappropriately.
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Hundreds of workers at the Volvo plant in the New River Valley will soon be back on the job.
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The company plans to recall 300-workers sometime in late April.
Officials say it will need more people as it increases the production rate for both of its truck lines.
About 18-hundred people now work at the Dublin plant. Over the last two years, more than 17-hundred were laid-off.
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A trial date is now set for sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo.
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Prosecutors had wanted the case to begin in late June. But a judge today set a November trial date for the 17- year old who's charged with capital murder in the death of F-B-I analyst Linda Franklin. Malvo's attorneys had hoped to argue their case a year from now.
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((THE AMOUNT OF WORK THAT IS REQUIRED TO BE DONE IN THIS CASE, INCLUDING ALL THE INTERVIEWING OF THE WITNESS AND PREPARING THE LITIGATION CASE IS GOING TO TAKE MORE TIME THAN NOVEMBER GIVES US. SO IT'S JUST NOT A REALISTIC DATE WE CAN NOT, I DON'T ANTICIPATE BEING READY BY THEN.))
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The judge who set the trial date responded that the November trial date is twice as much time as Virginia law normally grants for a speedy trial.
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Investigators believe they may have found the cause of the plane crash in Charlotte earlier this month. We'll tell you what they found after the break.
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Plus on Healthcheck, we will see why even some longtime drivers can benefit from a little driver's ed.
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Investigators in the crash of a commuter plane in Charlotte say a problem with a cable may be to blame.
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They say the cables that were connected to the plane's tail caused it to take off at too steep an angle.
A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board says one cable was about two inches longer than the other.
And it says the instrument panel on the plane showed the nose of the aircraft was pointing down when it was really up. The crash killed 21 people.
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A state lawmaker says Virginia is losing veteran police officers at an alarming rate.
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Senator Roscoe Reynolds warned his colleagues today that the trend will continue unless there is an increase in police salaries and retirement benefits.
He says many troopers are leaving to work for the federal government, private business or localities in Northern Virginia.
The Martinsville lawmaker took to the floor after a Senate Committee rejected an attempt to enhance state police retirement benefits.
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Reynolds says he supports eliminating the car tax rebate in order to give state police officers their first raise in three years.
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In health check tonight, When is the last time you had a refresher course in driving? For many seniors it's been decades. That's why A-A-R-P is offering a driver safety course.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton attended a class today and joins us with details
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Teresa,
As you get older there are several factors that can affect your driving.
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Not only does your reaction time slow down, but your vision and hearing often change.
That's why AARP wants to give seniors every advantage on the road.
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More than 20-percent of the drivers on the road are over the age of 50. While they cause fewer accidents then the general public, they are more at risk for serious injury.
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((THE PROBLEM IS WHEN WE GET OLDER OUR BODIES ARE MORE FRAIL. WE'RE MORE LIKELY TO DIE IN A CRASH THAN A YOUNGER PERSON BECAUSE OF THAT WE NEED TO KNOW CRASH AVOIDANCE)) [RUNS12]
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That is why the AARP offers a senior driver safety program.
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((EVEN IF THE VEHICLE STRIKES YOU IT'S BETTER TO GET SIDESWIPED THAN HEAD ON )) [RUNS07]
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This is the 7th time the Barrows have taken this class. Phyllis says things have changed since she got her license in 19-49.
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((THE MAIN DIFFERENCE IS SIGNALS. WE USE TO HAVE TO DO HAND SIGNALS AND THE THINGS INSIDE THE CAR IMPROVED. THE DRIVE THEMSELVES PRACTICALLY)) [RUNS14]
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((OUT AT SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE WE THOUGHT THREE CARS WAS A TRAFFIC JAM. NOW YOU HAVE CAR AFTER CAR AFTER CAR)) [RUNS08]
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Instructors want drivers to recongize the most common mistakes.
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((OUR BIGGEST FAULTS IS FAILURE TO YIELD THE RIGHT OF WAY AND THAT MAKES UP 35 PERCENT OF THE VIOLATIONS OR ACCIDENTS FOR OLDER PEOPLE. THE NEXT ONE IS IMPROPER LEFT TURNS)) [RUNS15]
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For more information about joining or starting you can contact AARP at 1-888-227-7669. You can also find a link AARP's web site on our web page at wdbj7.com
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Teresa,

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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll tell you why Boston gave some icebreakers a warm welcome today.
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[VO] Then a little later-- we'll see a cat who was very determined to make his way back home.
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We all know freezing temperatures can cause major problems on the roads...
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But in Boston the problem is in the water. This morning, it was one degree in Boston, with a wind chill index of minus 17. Proof of the freezing temperatures could be seen along most of the Boston Harbor. Much of the harbor is frozen, forcing the Coast Guard to bring out their boats to break up the ice to allow for some boat traffic. Last night's temperatues were the coldest they've been this month.
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Today in Sports, some NASCAR stars are off to support the troops.
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Then a little later, we'll see what it takes to Dazzle some local students.
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On Wall Street today, bargain hunters slammed the brakes on its recent slide. Ed Crane has more in our marketwatch report.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Tuesday ticker. With the President set to address the nation tonight and many families on pins and needles about the uncertainty that lies ahead in the coming weeks and months - the NASCAR community- is again stepping up to do its part for our troops that are already stationed in the Persian Gulf Region and throughout Europe.
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Last night the group of well wishers including Ernie Irvan, Mike Wallace, Humpy Wheeler and Richard Childress gathered at the North Carolina Air National Guard's 145th Airlift Wing in Charlotte before heading overseas.
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The group of racers plan to make stops at American bases in Italy, Germany, England and Bosnia.

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The world champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers arrived home last night, grabbed a few hours of sleep and then continued the victory
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celebration this afternoon with a parade through the streets of Tampa. The parade began this afternoon at the Davis Island Bridge at 3:30 and then weaved its way through downtown before ending at Gaslight Park. Ronde Barber, clad in a brown leather coat waved a flag on board his parade vehicle. Some Hillsborough County schools let out early so students could enjoy the parade, but nearby Pinellas County said any kid leaving early would get an unexcused absence. Obviously, the superintendent of schools in that county was a Raiders fan.
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The greatest basketball player of all-time can't work his magic like he once did - even he is a Wizard. But Michael Jordan will be a part of this year's NBA all-star game next month.
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This afternoon the reserves for the Eastern Conference all-stars were announced and Jordan was named to the squad for the 14th time in his career. The interesting thing to watch now will be to see if one Tarheel has respect for another. Vince Carter was voted to the East team's starting lineup - but he ha hardly played this year due to injury. The classy thing to do - would be for Carter to give Jordan his starting spot. Jordan's coach Doug Collins did just that in 1978 - handing over his spot to John Havlicek.
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Some other pretty big names also were named as backups today. Among them - Shaq, Chris Webber and Jason Kidd.

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The best high school basketball player in the country and the expected first pick in the NBA draft is out of hot water.
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Saint Vincent Saint Mary star LeBron James has been cleared after an investigation into how he received a 50 thousand dollar Hummer H2 as a gift from his mother.
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LeBron has a local tie to Roanoke College. In eighth grade, James played in open gym with another star from Saint V's. Roanoke College senior guard Robby Pridgen. Tonight at six, we will take a closer look at their connection, plus break down Pridgen's successful season so far. See ya then everybody.
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Hundreds of Martinsville Elementary School students are putting up reading points thanks, in part, to the Roanoke Dazzle.
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Nearly 300-students from Rich Acres Elementary sat in on a Dazzle practice session today. The trip was a reward offered by Dazzle sponsor Taco Bell for buckling down and reading.
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((MCKIUS MARTIN/5TH GRADER: THEY DIDN'T TELL US WHERE WE WERE GOING, THEY JUST ASKED US TO READ IN OUR SPARE TIME. IT WASN'T TOO HARD, THOUGH. I LIKE READING ANYWAY.)) ((SUSAN ROUPE/READING SPECIALIST: WE HAD FIFTH GRADERS WHO, THE LAST NINE WEEKS, ONLY HAD FORTY FOUR POINTS. THIS NINE WEEKS THEY WERE 233 POINTS, SO WE HAD DRAMATIC CHANGES ESPECIALLY WITH OUR OLDER CHILDREN.))
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After practice, the kids joined the Dazzle players for lunch.
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Finally today, a cat made a surprising, but glorious homecoming recently.
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A California family believes Filia has a built-in COMPASS.
They had no idea that when their daughter took the family cat to live with her 60- miles away in Sacramento, that the cat would find his way back home again.
Fila took off almost as soon as he got to his new house.
The family says it took him five days to make the trip.
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((SHERRY HANKINS/CAT OWNER: THERE'S THE FREEWAY BETWEEN HERE AND SACRAMENTO. BRIDGES, RIVERS. HE'S BEEN DE-CLAWED. SO HOW IN THE WORLD HE MANAGED TO FIND FOOD OR CLIMB. ))
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