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Coming up on News 7 at Five - Protests are growing in Iraq against the use of Saddam's old police force to bring order to the looting in Iraq
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And it's anger that's growing among Palestinians following the arrest of a terrorist plotter earlier this week.


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In Medical News - forget pricks and prods - taking new vaccines may be as easy as washing your hair.
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Plus Governor Warner signs a bill for bonds to pay for repairs to the State Capitol.
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And a rock slide closes part of a road in Botetourt County this afternoon. News 7 at Five starts is next. [Open]
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U-S POW's (are due to arrive) have arrived at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany.
While in Baghdadh hostpitals struggle to treat the increased number of injured and sick children.
Until now many had been afraid to come out to take their children to the hospital.
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((VERY VERY VERY BAD SITUATION FOR PATIENTS IN OUR COUNTRY AND THIS IS BECAUSE OF THE WAR.))
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Protestors packed the streets of the capital. They're angry that police who used to work for Saddam Hussein are back on duty.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Here at home the terror alert has been lowered from a high state of alert to elevated.
While in Iraq the winding down of the war does not mean the shooting has stopped.
More Iraqis are wounded and dead. Their families are blaming American Marines.
Teri Okita is live in Kuwait City with more on what's going on.
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((LIKE A RE-RUN OF A TRAGIC MOVIE, THIS MOSUL HOSPITAL SAW A SECOND DAY OF IRAQI INJURIES AND DEATHS. NEARLY A DOZEN WOUNDED AND THREE KILLED BY AMERICAN MARINES. MARINES KILLED SEVEN OTHERS TUESDAY AND SAY THEY DID IT IN SELF-DEFENSE. Major General Stanley McChrystal: I'm not prepared to judge on either side whether it's a lack of fire discipline or what was the cause. I would say it highlights the complexity of the situation. REINFORCEMENTS ARE ROLLING INTO SADDAMS HOMETOWN OF TIKRITWHERE TROOPS ARE STILL BATTLING POCKETS OF RESISTANCE AND DETONATING UNEXPLODED MUNITIONS.
BUT IT WAS ANGER THAT EXPLODED ON THE STREETS OF BAGHDAD. PROTESTORS ARE UPSET THAT 2-THOUSAND OF SADDAMS POLICE GUARDS ARE ON THE BEAT AGAIN. AND IN BAGHDAD HOSPITALSV THE FEELING IS ONE OF DESPAIR. THEYRE OVERFLOWING WITH PATIENTS ESPECIALLY YOUNG ONES WHOSE PARENTS HAVE BEEN TOO FRIGHTENED TO COME OUT OF THEIR HOMES UNTIL NOW. Doctor: Its a very, very, very bad situation for patients in our country and this is because of the war. BUT TROOPS ARE CREDITING THEMSELVES FOR DOING WHAT THEY CAN Soldier: Hey we got reports that there was looting again here and we were told to come on over here. SOLDIERS ARE RESTORING ELECTRICITY AND WATER SANITATION PLANTS. AND THEYRE WORKING TO PROTECT CHILDREN IN THIS BAGHDAD NEIGHBORHOOD, WHERE THE IRAQI ARMY STORED SOME OF ITS SCUD MISSILES, Teri Okita, CBS News/Kuwait: Stand-up Close. US...ASKING UNITED NATIONS TO REMOVE SANCTIONS AGAINST IRAQ...WHILE THE PENTAGON ESTIMATES OF COST OF WAR.))

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Now that the mastermind behind the Achille Lauro hijacking is in custody, the fight is on to figure out where he goes.
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U-S special forces captured Abul Abbas in a raid in Baghdad yesterday.
Now Italy wants to extradite Abbas to serve time there.
The Palestine Authority though claims he should walk free under a 1995 Israeli Palestinian agreement granting some criminals immunity.
U-S officials have not said how they'll handle Ababa.
Abbas ordered the shooting of Jewish American tourist Leon Klinghoffer.
Klinghoffer was shot to death and thrown overboard in his wheelchair during the 1985 attack.
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A jury today said there was NOT enough evidence to convict a Martinsville man accused of murder- for- hire.
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Billy Ray Manns was found NOT guilty on charges that he was hired to shoot Lisa Nicole Muhammad. Muhammad was found dead in September of 2000 in Demarco's Clothing Store, which she owned with her husband, Maverick.

Martinsville's commonwealth attorney said Maverick Muhammad hired Manns to do the shooting, while defense attorneys argued Muhammad did the shooting himself. Prosecutors would not comment on whether they will seek charges against him.
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Drivers should avoid a part of Route-11 this evening in Botetourt County after a major rock slide blocks the road.
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V-DOT crews are clearing out trees, dirt and slate rock from a collapsed bluff. All lanes of Route 11 just north of Read Mountain road are closed to traffic. Officials believe moisture caused the debris to come down.
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Grumbine says this part of Route-11 is usually full of cars and that it was amazing no drivers were on the road. V-DOT expects to be on the scene until at least 6 p-m clearing the road. They will return tomorrow to spray a soil sealant to avoid future slides.
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Coming up on News 7 at 5 - Bonds will help rebuild Virginia's State Capitol -
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And in Health Check - Find out why one nurse thinks more new infectious diseases are still to come -
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It's 215 years old and in need of a face lift.
Now, help is on the way for Virginia's State Capitol.
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Governor Mark Warner signed into law today a bill to finance the 118-million dollar renovation of Capitol Square.
Designed by Thomas Jefferson, the Capitol once housed the Confederate Congress.
But the building and others nearby now face major problems from mold and antiquated wiring.
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Renovating the unused buildings in Capitol Square is expected to save the state nearly 1-point-five million dollars a year in rent.
The project is expected to be completed by 2007 for the four-hundredth anniversary of the founding of Jamestown.
The commemoration is expected to draw millions of visitors to the state.
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In health check tonight,
In the past 30 years, at least 30 new infectious diseases have emerged.
The West Nile Virus and the recent outbreak of SARS are two of them.
It's a concern that has local nurses learning all they can about various diseases.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, Today the Nurses Organization of Veteran affairs held a seminar on the topic.
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They found out the latest trends in infectious disease --and two new ways to administer vaccines that are on the horizon.
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She says the concern over SARS is not as serious as many more common disease like the flu.
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Bancroft says we are going to see an increase in diseases like the West Nile Virus, which is spread by mosquitos, because of global warming.
But she says we're also seeing a trend in food-borne illness --and humans are to blame.
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She says vaccines also play a critical role in preventing some disease --and shots may soon not be the only way to give a vaccine..
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Bankcroft says vaccines might also one day be placed in foods. The D-N-A of a virus or bacteria will be added to the plants D-N-A such as banana, potato, or tomato before it is grown.
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Get out your soft drinks and popcorn because coming up on News-7 at Five, Brent Watts has has a preview of the First Annual Vision Film Festival.
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Roanoke will become a mini-Hollywood next weekend as it hosts the First Annual Vision Film Festival. The event will feature filmakers from the area as well as films that use the state of Virginia as a backdrop. Brent Watts sat down with a Roanoke Filmmaker whose movie "Tumbling After" will be one of those featured on the big screen.
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Coming up -
The Hokies are gearing up for their Spring game - and one reciever is putting his best to the test.
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A Danville pilot has the "Wright" stuff to represent the Commonwealth in a ceremony honoring a historic first flight.

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On Wall Street today , Blue chips tumbled as the urge to take profits outweighed the excitement of some better than expected earnings. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to your mid week ticker. The Virginia Tech Hokies are right in the middle of their final scrimmage of the spring. The Hokies will wrap up spring workouts this Saturday at two with the annual Maroon and White game at Lane Stadium. One of the players who has worked extremely hard to make a positive impression in the past three weeks - is receiver Justin Hamilton.
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The spring game on Saturday is normally free, but this year there is a $5 charge. All of the proceeds will benefit the Rayna DuBose fund.

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The NFL draft is now less than two weeks away and today, the San Diego Chargers cleared some salary space by trading linebacker Junior Seau to Miami.
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In return the Bolts will get an unconditional pick in the 2004 draft. Seau is a 13 year veteran and a 12 time Pro Bowl selection. He started a career low 13 games last season because of an ankle injury which required post season surgery. The 34 year old has a base salary of a million dollars this season and a 3 million dollar signing bonus spread out over the next four years.
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To hoops where Michael Jordan will play the final game of his career tonight, for the third time. But while his heirness sees his time on the court come to an end, he will get to watch several future stars in tomorrow night's Jordan Capital Classic in the nation's capital.
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The best high school players in the country including Lebron James will participate in the event. Over the past 29 years, the game has seen the likes of Jason Kidd, Mike Bibby and Carmelo Anthony. Among this year's headliners are D
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Two matinees have highlighted major league baseball this afternoon.
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In Milwaukee, former Martinsville Phillie Scott Rolen went deep twice for the Saint Louis Cardinals who had plenty of hits to go around. The Cards went on to pound the Brew Crew 15 to 2.
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And in Chicago, Sammy Sosa ripped his 3rd dinger of the season against the Reds. Right now the Cubbies lead it 10 to 2 in the 7th inning.
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A local pilot will represent Virginia in the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of powered flight.
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Michael Davis of Danville was chosen by the Experimental Aircraft Association and the National Park Service to participate in an event commemorating the anniversary of the Wright Brothers' first flight. He'll take the Virginia flag when he flies his rebuilt 1939 Piper J-3 Cub to North Carolina this weekend as part of the "50 Flags to Kitty Hawk" program.
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Davis will be carrying a proclamation by Governor Mark Warner making April 19th "Virginia 50 Flags to Kitty Hawk Day."
The Wright Brothers made their famous flight December 17th, 1903.
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That big white Easter Bunny
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