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Next on News 7 at 5, the man who will run Iraq gets a tour of what will be his home for the foreseeable future.
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Drier weather's heading our way but first we still have a chance for a few isolated showers this evening. I'll have your forecast.

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Also today, Scott Peterson is set to be formally charged with the murder of his pregnant wife.
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On Healthcheck, we'll look at a less invasive alternative for some forms of brain surgery.
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Plus a plane has to make a landing with just part of its landing gear. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Scott Peterson is now charged with murder. He is being arraigned at this hour-
The District Attorneys filing says Peterson acted intentionally deliberately and with premeditation in killing Laci Peterson.
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Just moments ago, Peterson pleaded innocent to murder charges in the deaths of his wife and their unborn son.
Elizabeth Sanchez reports from outside the courthouse in Modesto, California.
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((The 30 year old Peterson has been formally charged with two counts of murder. Prosecutors say he killed his wife Laci and their unborn child Conner intentionally, deliberately and with premeditation. But Scott Peterson's family continues to stand by their son.

SOT: Lee Peterson, Scott's Father

"He's innocent.. He's an innocent man. All they have is some circumstantial evidence. I'm 100 percent sure of that, or he would have been arrested before."
Investigators have not said how the mother-to-be was killed, but according to court documents police believe she was murdered in the home she shared with her husband. That's where the community has created a make shift shrine and over the weekend the memorial has grown.

(SOT, NEIGHBOR, NAME TO COME)


Laci's body and baby's body washed up on a San Francisco bay shore last week. Its the same area where Scott said he had gone fishing the day Laci vanished. With a different look and a reported ten-thousand dollars in his car police arrested him on Friday in San Diego. They feared he could flee to Mexico. He's been held in a Modesto jail since in a single cell.

SOT: Les Weidman Sherrif Modesto, California

070644 "THERE HAS BEEN SOME VERBAL HARASSMENT, SOME VERBAL HECKLING BUT THERE'S BEEN NOTHING PHYSICAL. BUT THIS IS NOT UNCOMMON CONSIDERING THE TYPE OF CRIME AND THE CHARGES HE'S BEING HELD ON."

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Another wanted member of Saddam Husseins inner circle is in custody.
U-S Central command says Muhammad Hazmaq al-zubaydi (HAHMS-ah alzoo-BEYE-dee) was number 18 on the list of 55 most wanted Iraqi figures.
Also today a retired U-S General has arrived in Iraq to take on the next phase of that country's recovery.
Teri Okita has the latest.
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((THE AMERICAN IN CHARGE OF RE-BUILDING IRAQ MADE ONE THING CLEAR DURING HIS FIRST VISIT TO BAGHDAD.
JAY GARNER/Postwar Administrator "THE NEW RULER OF IRAQ IS GOING TO BE AN IRAQI. I DON'T RULE ANYTHING." TOURING A HOSPITAL AND A POWER PLANT....RETIRED U.S. GENERAL JAY GARNER CALLED HIMSELF A FACILITATOR AND SAID HIS TOP PRIORITY IS RESTORING BASIC SERVICES. GARNER: WE ARE GOING TO HELP THEM WHERE WE CAN...BUT THEY ARE GOING TO FIX THEIR COUNTRY. I HAVE ALL THE FAITH IN THE WORLD THAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN." "DOWN, DOWN WITH AMERICA" NOT EVERYONE IN IRAQ BELIEVES GARNER. THESE PROTESTORS WANT U-S TROOPS OUT OF THEIR COUNTRY...UNCONVINCED THAT THE AMERICANS ARE HELPING. THIS MAN SAYS HE'S THE GOVERNOR OF BAGHDAD....CHOSEN BY THE IRAQI PEOPLE.
DONALD RUMSFELD, DEFENSE SECRETARY: various people will emerge as leaders... it'll sort itself out. THERE WAS ANOTHER EVEN LARGER PROTEST IN BAGHDAD ON MONDAY...THOUSANDS OF SHIITE MUSLIMS CALLING FOR THE RELEASE OF RELIGIOUS LEADERS THEY SAY ARE BEING HELD BY U-S FORCES IN NASSIRIYAH. AND ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF THE CAPITAL..(BRIEF PAUSE FOR NATZ) ...THE WELCOME HUM OF A POWER PLANT. THE AL-DOURA PLANT HAS RE-OPENED AND WILL GRADUALLY RESTORE POWER TO SOME SIX MILLION PEOPLE. Teri Okita/Reporting: Another of America's "most wanted Iraqis" has been captured. Former Iraqi deputy prime minister, Mohammed Al-Zubaydi, is the ninth in Saddam's inner circle to be killed or captured. Teri Okita, CBS News, Kuwait.))

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Three people were sent to the hospital following a multi-car accident earlier today on Interstate-81.
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It happened around 12-30 near mile marker 92 in Pulaski County. Police say the driver of a pickup was headed northbound, when she ran into the back of a car.
The crash then caused a chain reaction, involving three other vehicles. Three people were taken to Pulaski Community Hospital. All were treated for minor injuries.
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A landslide swept through a remote village in the Southern Mountains of Kyrgyzstan (Kir-gih-stan).
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The huge slide buried 13 homes and killed at least 38 people, many of them children. An investigation is underway into the cause of the landslide.
It may have been triggered by heavy rainfall weakening nearby slopes.
Rescue workers used bulldozers at the disaster site and most people left in the small village have been evacuated.

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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll look at a new treatment for a potential killer.
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Plus we'll see what happened when a pilot in Miami had to attempt a landing without part of his landing gear.
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Some pilots say a good landing is any one you can walk away from.
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A pilot in Miami is probably happy with his landing today at OPA-LOCKA airport in Dade County, Florida.
The left side gear on his twin engine plane would not deploy and he was forced to make an emergency landing using his nose gear and right wing wheel.
He managed to land safely without only a minimal amount of damage to the plane.
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[5-Aneurysm]


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Today on Healthcheck we are looking at a new way doctors are treating brain aneurysms.
Traditionally when a blood vessel weakens and ruptures in the brain, there is little that can be done for a patient without surgery.
But as Dr. Sean Kenniff tells us some doctors are trying a less invasive way to fix this potential killer.
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((LOOKING BACK...66 YEAR OLD CLARA PARDO WAS LUCKY SHE HAD HEADACHES AND TROUBLE WITH HER VISION.

SOT CLARA PARDO, ANEURYSM PATIENT

"...They did an angiogram...They said it was an aneurysm...a very large aneurysm..."
IN FACT IT WAS A GIANT ANEURYSM IN HER BRAIN AND ACCORDING TO HER PHYSICIAN DR. AJAY WAKHLOO IT WAS A TICKING TIME BOMB READY TO EXPLODE.

SOT DR. AJAY WAKHLOO, UNIVERISITY OF MIAMI

"...There's a high risk that she would rupture, and she would bleed in the brain, and the likelihood she would die would be 30% at least in her case..."

SOT, PARDO

"...what did I think? I nearly died, I was so scared..."
A RISKY BRAIN SURGERY WAS ONE OPTION, BUT THEN DR. WAKHLOO TOLD HER ABOUT ENDOVASCULAR COILING...A MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURE THAT IS DONE RARELY ACROSS THE COUNTRY, BUT ALMOST ROUTINELY AT JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.

SOT BRIDGE, DR. SEAN KENNIFF REPORTING

"...Doctors who practice endovascular coiling say they get the same results as conventional brain surgery. But since they're not opening up the skull, and traversing the brain. There are much less side effects...and fewer people die..."
DURING COILING...A THIN CATHETER IS INSERTED INTO THE GROIN ARTERIES, THEN GUIDED THROUGH THE HEART AND INTO THE BRAIN. ONCE THE ANEURYSM IS FOUND, THE TIP IS TURNED INTO THE ANEURYSM DOME AND TINY COILS ARE DROPPED INSIDE. ONCE THE CATHETER IS REMOVED, BLOOD CLOTS AROUND THE COILS..THE ANEURYSM IS SEALED OFF...AND THE ARTERY HEALS.
THE COILING PROCEDURE CAN EVEN BE DONE WITH MINIMAL SEDATION...AND IT WORKS FOR MOST CASES. IT SURE WORKED FOR CLARA, HER ANEURYSM'S PROBABLY GONE FOR GOOD.

SOT, CLARA PARDO

"...I feel fine, I don't have any side effects to it. Nothing. It went very well. Very well. I would highly recommend it to anybody."
ABOUT 5% OF THE GENERAL POPUALTION HAS A BRAIN ANEURYSM, AND ABOUT 1-2% OF THESE WILL RUPTURE EACH YEAR. DR, SEAN KENNIFF FOR CBS NEWS.))

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Whenever a doctor collects blood, urine, or a tissue sample from a patient it is often sent to a lab for analysis.
As part of national lab week Joy Sutton takes us inside the lab at Carilion Roanoke Memorial to show us how everything is processed.
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(( Clinical laboratory scientist Jeannie Prillaman says there is never a dull day inside the lab. Depending on the area you visit you can see anything from the examination of a patients kidney to a urine test that could help determine if a patient has diabetes.
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((IT'S KIND OF LIKE WE'RE INVESTIGATORS. AND WE JUST GET THE PATIENTS NAME AND A NUMBER AND OUR JOB AS CLINICAL LAB SCIENTIST IS TO FIND OUT WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE PATIENT)) [RUNS11]
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By simply analyzing a sample of a patients blood you can find out a variety of information. The chemistry area --can determine things such as whether you've had a heart attack or if you're a heavy drinker.
Your blood can also be processed to determine if your illness is caused by a bacteria or a virus.
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((THERE ARE LOTS OF REASON WHY A PATIENT HAS A FEVER BUT THE PHYSICIAN CAN COME UP WITH A NUMBER OF POSSIBILITIES. THEN HE CAN ORDER THE APPROPRIATE LAB STUDIES TO EITHER RULE THE WEST NILE VIRUS, OR RULE OUT DIFFERENT CAUSES AND WE CAN AID IN THAT)) [RUNS14]
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Prillaman says she loves her job --she just wishes more people realized just how important the lab is and why it's clinical laboratory scientist that help to make sure they get the appropriate treatment.
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((WITHOUT US I DON'T THINK THE DOCTOR WOULD BE ABLE TO GET AN ADEQUATE DIAGNOSIS ON WHAT'S GOING ON WITH THE PATIENT))

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((THERE IS A GROWING DEMAND FOR PEOPLE TO WORK IN THE LAB. MOST JOBS REQUIRE 4 TO 5 YEARS OF EDUCATION. CARILION OFFERS A VARIETY OF PROGRAMS INCLUDING ONE RIGHT HERE AT ROANOKE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. I'M JS FOR NEWS AT FIVE)) [RUNS15]
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A group representing hispanic Virginians is urging Governor Warner to veto a bill that would deny in-state tuition to illegal aliens.
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The Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations says the legislation would unfairly punish children for decisions made by their parents.
They say it would deny opportunities to a generation of students who might otherwise make valuable contributions to society.
Opponents of the bill say that there are 31-thousand soldiers serving in the military who are not U-S citizens.
They say denying in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants while allowing them to fight for America creates a double standard.
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((BEATRIZ AMBERMAN/HISPANIC COMMUNITY DIALOGUE: PRESIDENT BUSH HAS ALLOWED ALIENS TO SERVE IN THE MILITARY TO GO AND REALLY PUT THEIR LIVES FORTH TO DEFEND AND PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF THIS NATION AND YET WE ARE NOT GIVING THEM THE RIGHT FOR THESE SAME PEOPLE TO HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO APPLY FOR IN-STATE TUITION.))
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Governor Warner has until May 2nd to sign or veto the bill.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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we will tell you why thousands of military families were on a roll today in Washington.
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Heads were not rolling, but Easter Eggs were at the White House today.
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It is the annual White House Easter Egg roll, but this year's event was a little different than past years.
For starters, some 12-thousand children of military families took part this year.
The egg roll was closed to the public for security reasons. The White House distributed tickets through the Pentagon.
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Still to come on the newscast, Steve Mason will show us the winners from this year's Boston Marathon.
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Then a little bit later, we'll see what it takes to bring Roanoke its own walk of fame.
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On Wall Street today, investors cashed in on some of last week's gains.
Jean Lee has all the numbers in our Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Monday ticker. It is official. Bill Self is the new men's basketball coach at Kansas.
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Self was introduced in a news conference earlier today. He replaces Roy Williams who led the Jayhawks to the national championship game this past season.
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The 107th Boston Marathon took place today and the defending champions on the men's and women's side, both from Kenya were in the race.
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Nearly 20 thousand runners began the race and the weather was pretty good, around 70 degrees.
Robert Cheruiyot (CHEHR'-ee-aht) of Kenya won the race, the 12th time in 13 years a Kenyan has won. His time was two hours, ten minutes and ten seconds to win by 23 tics.
Svetlana Zakharova became the first Russian to win since 1993 by finishing first in the women's division. Her time was two hours 25 minutes and 19 seconds. American Marla Runyan was fifth, the best American finish in Boston since 1993.
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The Boston Red Sox were running from the Blue Jays today as Toronto topped the Sox 11-6.
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The Jays would spoil Bostons annual Patriots Day with the five run win.
Toronto led five nothing in the top of the third when Chris Woodward cranks out a two run dinger to left center field. It was his first of the year and it gave his Jays a seven nothing cushion.
I the top of the ninth. Greg Myers caps off a five RBI day with a solo shot to right off Brandon Lyon and Toronto cruises to the 11-6 win.
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In Minnesota, the Yankees completed their second straight season sweep of Minnesota by pounding the Twins 15-to-1.

Alfonso Soriano hit a grand slam. New York has beaten the Twins 13 straight times over the past two seasons. David Wells threw a seven-hitter. The Yankees starters are now 14-and-0, the best run of a starting staff at the beginning of a season since 1900.
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The Salem Avalanche is coming off three straight home losses at the hands of the Lynchburg Hillcats. Things don't get any easier for the 7 and 7 Avs who now hit the road for six straight games including three at Kinston, followed by three more at Myrtle Beach.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, a few Hokies talk about their drafty status and words from the Cavaliers as they close out spring ball, see ya then everybody.

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Roanoke's version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame is getting ready to be set in stone.
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Hundreds of Grandin Theatre stars are undergoing final touches before being placed into the sidewalk. The final project is expected to be unveiled in front of the restored theatre within a month. The stainless steel stars are being proofread for engraving accuracy and laid into cement.
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((KATHY CHITTUM/GRANDIN THEATRE EXEC. DIR.; THE STARS WILL BE SET SIX TO A PENTAGON SHAPE AND THE PENTAGON WILL BE IN RED CONCRETE THEN THERE WILL BE WHITE CONCRETE STARS PLACED AROUND IT IT'S VERY VISUAL, THE GRANDIN WILL BE SPELLED OUT IN STAINLESS STEEL LETTERS, IT'S BASICALLY A GIGANTIC PUZZLE PIECE.))
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Over six-hundred stars have been sold. The sidewalk design allows for about 150-more to be added. The stars cost one-thousand dollars which can paid in increments. Each star comes with a free movie at the Grandin every month. Coming up on News 7 at 6, we'll take a closer look at how the pentagon blocks are put together.
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Finally today, Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson may be angry, but moviegoers are happy. They kept ``Anger Management'' on top for the second straight week buying more than 25 million dollars' worth of tickets. ``Holes'' opened strongly in second with more than 17 million dollars. ``Malibu's Most Wanted'' premieres in third. ``Bulletproof Monk'' opened in fourth, followed by ``Phone Booth.''
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