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Today on News 7 at 5, a judge sentences the man who tried to blow up an airplane with a shoe bomb.
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And a Lynchburg man pleads guilty to endangering his child during a high speed police chase.
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The unexpected snow is not unpleasant. Picture postcard winter scenes in central and southwest Virginia today.

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Four American soldiers are killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. We'll have the details.
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Some Israelis are trying something new to protect their pets from possible terrorist attacks.
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And on HealthCheck, a dermatologist wants to remind everyone that summer is not the only time to use sunscreen.
News 7 at 5 is next.
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Were you suprised when you woke up this morning? Many people were as winter weather hits the region yet again.
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Another blast of winter hits this region- and it came as a suprise.
Let's head right over to Meteorologist Robin Reed for the latest. Robin how much snow did we actually get? [Robin-Tease] [01/30/2003]
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The winter storm closed schools, cut power, and coated pavement with snow and ice.
But at least here in the Roanoke Valley, the problems were relatively minor.
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Joe Dashiell is outside our studios tonight with an update.
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Robin, light snow fell for a good part of the afternoon, but we haven't seen much accumulation here since this morning.
The Virginia Department of Transportation tells us the interstate and most primary roads in the Salem District remain in good shape.
For most residents of the Roanoke Valley, the surprise snowfall did not cause any major disruptions.
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It didn't take long for Marvin Mitchell to clean his windshield and clear the ice from his driveway.
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There was barely enough to keep Willie and Sabrina Liming sledding in their front yard. [NAT SOUND OF SLED]
The storm did close many schools in the region and delayed classes at others. It left some icy patches on area pavement, but it also left some people wanting more.
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The situation is worse in the Lynchburg area... where the VDOT reports that most secondary roads are covered by snow... and the major highways still have patchy areas of snow and heavy slush.
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And as you might expect, Jean, VDOT is warning that freezing temperatures overnight could cause problems for drivers throughout central and western Virginia.

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The man known as the shoe bomber will spend life in prison.
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Under tight security in the air and on the ground, a U-S District Court judge sentenced Richard Reid.
A follower of Al-Qaeda, Reid confessed to trying to blow up an American Airlines flight from Paris to Miami in December of 2001.
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Prosecutors showed field tests which they say show what would've happened if Reid accomplished his mission.
Prosecutors say he had enough explosives in his boots to blow a hole in the plane's fuselage and kill all 197 people aboard.
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In Afghanistan, a U-S military helicopter crashes today killing all four Americans aboard.
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The chopper was like this one.
A U-S Central Command official in Florida says it doesn't appear there was any hostile fire.
He says the chopper and its crew were on a routine training mission, but there are no other details about just what happened or about the people on board.
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It is the biggest number of Americans killed in Afghanistan in a single day since March of last year.
Seven soldiers were killed then at the start of the offensive against Taliban and al -Qaida forces.

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In a bold move, Saddam Hussein has invited the Chief U-N weapons inspectors to Baghdad for talks next month.
This as Saddam learned just how soon he can expect military action if he doesn't disarm.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest on the showdown with Iraq.
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AND WITH THAT TIMELIME, PRESIDENT BUSH BEGAN A CRITICAL ROUND OF TALKS WITH FOREIGN LEADERS AT THE WHITE HOUSE TO RALLY THEIR SUPPORT FOR POSSIBLE MILITARY ACTION AGAINST SADDAM HUSSEIN. BUT THE PRESIDENT SAYS THERE ARE OPTIONS OTHER THAN WAR: BUSH: Hopefully the pressure of the free world will convince Mr. Saddam Hussein to relinquish power. And should he choose to leave the country along with a lot of the other henchmen who have tortured the Iraqi people, we would welcome that of course. STANDING BY THE PRESIDENTTHE LEADERS OF EIGHT EUROPEAN NATIONS, WHO SIGNED A UNITY NOTE DECLARING THEIR SOLIDARITY WITH THE UNITED STATES. THE LETTER, PUBLISHED IN SEVERAL NEWSPAPERS, ALSO CRITICIZES FRANCE AND GERMANY FOR NOT SUPPORTING THE U-S. BUT THE CANADIANS, TOO, OBJECT TO THE U-S GOING IT ALONE.
BILL GRAHAM/CANADIAN FOREIGN MINISTER: If one party, one state acts by itself it takes the responsibility by itself, it risks consequences in a complicated area like the Middle East, which would be very serious. U-N WEAPONS INSPECTORS WARN THEYRE NOT GETTING ANY HELP FROM THE IRAQIS AND REPORT EXPERTS THERE AGAIN REFUSED TO BE QUESTIONED IN PRIVATE. Blix says still time... iraq invited blix back before the inspectors issue another report mid-February.))

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Still to come on the newscast, one person is still
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missing as a result of yesterday's explosion at a North Carolina factory. We'll have the latest next.
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The death toll may be up to four in that explosion at a pharmaceutical plant in Kinston, North Carolina.
Authorities say they're holding out hope for a missing person and the ten others seriously injured in the blast.


Stacy Case has more.
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A Campbell County father who led police on a high speed chase with his three-year-old son in the car pleaded guilty to several charges today.
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24-year-old Jason Lee Mays was under the influence of cocaine and was wanted in two jurisdictions when he refused to stop for police last July.
The chase reached speeds of close to 100 miles an hour before Mays flipped his car several times on the Lynchburg Expressway.
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Mays' 3-year-old son also suffered only minor injuries in the crash.
Mays pleaded guilty to eluding police, driving under the influence and child abuse and neglect.
He'll be sentenced in March.
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In health check tonight,
Just because it's the winter doesn't mean you can skip the sun screen.
The sun's harmful rays can damage the skin in the summer as well as the winter.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean,
In the winter North America is actually closer to the sun than in the summer.
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And with skin cancer on the rise, it's important to protect yourself year round.
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((IN THE WINTER TIME THINKING THERE IS NOT MUCH SUN OUT THERE, MANY PEOPLE END UP WITH SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SUN DAMAGE AND OR SUN BURN. BECAUSE THEY HAVE NOT BEEN IN THE HABIT OF WEARING SUN PROTECTION IN THE WINTER TIME)) [RUNS12]
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And the more snow on the ground or the higher the elevation, like on a mountain, the greater the risk.
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((SKIERS IN PARTICULAR CAN GET VERY SIGNIFICANT SUN BURN EVEN DAMAGE TO THEIR EYES FROM THE REFLECTION OF THE U-V RAYS OFF THE SNOW. SO IT'S IMPORTANT TO WEAR U-V BLOCKING GOGGLES AND SUNSCREENS THAT BLOCK BOTH A AND B RAYS)) [RUNS18]
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Doctor Warrick says by dressing in more layers you can also block some of the sun rays, but it's important to put sun screen on the exposed areas like the face and hands.
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Doctor Warrick wants to remind parents the importance of protecting children. He say a new study shows that 1 out every 71 children born this year in the U-S will develop a malignant melanoma at some point in their lives. This is the deadliest form of skin cancer.
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Coming up a little later, we will tell why some Israelis are on the bubble about protecting their pets from terrorist attacks.
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The Stock Market continued a big sell off today. We'll have the final numbers in our Marketwatch report,
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Fear of war and some uninspiring economic news sent stocks sharply lower today. The Dow Jones industrial average closed below eight-thousand for the first time since October 14th.
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Good evening everybody - more Express news - but tonight it is not nearly as earth shaking as yesterday's move to oust coach and general manager Perry Florio. This afternoon the team traded away forward Blair Stayzer to Dayton Bombers for future considerations. He was only with the team for 15 games.

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The Virginia men's basketball team heads into this Saturday's showdown with Georgia Tech riding a two game ACC winning streak.
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Last night the Wahoos scored 85 points on Florida State, the conference's second best defensive unit against all teams. The Noles opponents average 65 points a contest. Virginia's defense also stepped up, holding Florida State to just 28 first half points.
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The Roanoke Dazzle moved to within two games of first place thanks to last night's win over Greenville. Jamal Robinson broke out of a mini slump for Roanoke by scoring 20 points.
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The Dazzle has increased its shooting percentage to over 46 percent. Kent Davison's team has been spending a lot of extra time shooting with the aid of "The Gun," a machine that acts as a rebounder and a passer. Originally, Coach Davison allowed his son Andrew and his teammates at Cave Spring to use the device last season. Now it's being used at William Byrd and William Fleming as well.
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The Dazzle is off until Sunday when the team visits Columbus. Coming up tonight on News 7 at six - Ray Evernham and Bill Elliott tells us why Winston Cup racing is just like a child's game of skill. Jean will be back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Animal lovers in Israel are rushing to stores to buy a new item.
It's designed to protect their pets from gas attacks. Kimberly Dozier has more.
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((In case an Iraqi biological or chemical attack, every Israeli man, woman and child has their very own gas mask.
Now, so do some privileged Israeli pets.

NAT SOT. Vet jokes.

"Dogs are very afraid of Saddam Hussein,"
There's also another option - a hermetically sealed bubble, with a battery-powered air filter, for the family bird, cat or dog.

(Dozier) "Why don't we test it out?"
(Vet Dr. Ze'ev Scheiner) "This is Judy. Judy is four years old. She

likes being a movie star."

(Dozier) And she doesn't mind this?
(Vet) She doesn't mind this. She likes it very much.


Well, not that much.

(dog sneezing)
(Dozier) Now how are you getting the clean air into the sneezing dog?
(Vet) "The pure air is going inside by two blowers." (dog barks again, I

believe)

Cats seem far more comfortable in the bubbles.

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Now she looks a little bored, but pretty calm in there. That means there's one less war-time worry for her owner.
Peace of mind does not come cheap - the bubbles cost anywhere from two-hundred to four-hundred dollars. But the company expects them to fly off the shelves.

(Vet talking to Dozier, Dozier nod to break it up)

"They are attached to those animals, the children are attached. (Dozier nod) How can he tell to the children, we are protected, but our dog will die?"

(forlorn dog to cat pan)

How indeed? Kimberly Dozier, CBS News, Tel Aviv))
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