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Today on News 7 at 5, Roanoke's school superintendent is given a raise and a two year contract extension, but the vote is not unanimous.
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Also President Bush is put out to sea to make a big address to the nation tonight.
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It's another day of scattered thunderstorms with small hail and heavy downpours. We will check out the strongest storms in a moment.

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The American Lung Association gives the Valley's air failing marks.
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We'll meet a Virginia Tech student who was able to avoid a liver transplant thanks to a new device.
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Plus the Dixie Chicks prepare for their first American concert since making some controversial remarks.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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A picture perfect landing as the President of the United States lands on the deck of the U-S-S Abraham Lincoln.
It's a history making day- this is the first time a sitting President has landed in a jet on a moving carrier.

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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
In four hours President Bush will address the nation from the Pacific aboard the U-S-S Lincoln.
As Elizabeth Sanchez reports, he's expected announce that the major combat in Iraq is over.
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(( President Bush traded the the calm ride of Air Force One for the thrill of Navy One... becoming the first President to fly onto an aircraft carrier by plane. He swapped his business suit for a flight suit, as he spoke to the crew of the USS Lincoln. Tonight, in front of thousands of sailors and marines on board, he'll deliver a speech marking the end of major combat in Iraq. Petty Officer Sandra Pool/USS Abraham Lincoln: WE'RE COMING HOME AFTER SUCH A LONG TIME, AND HE'S COMING HERE, AND WE'RE GETTING THE RECOGNITION WE DESERVE. Although it's something of a victory speech, the president won't say the war is over. THAT could require the release of Iraqi POWs and would limit U-S efforts to go after Iraqi leaders. But the president WILL thank the men and women of the armed forces and their families for their support. The U-S-S Lincoln has been gone for ten months and will arrive in San Diego tomorrow before heading to its home base in Washington state. While some military families continue to wait for their loved ones to come home, here on Coronado Island others families got to celebrate a little early. Susie McInnes, Military Mom Hes been gone so long but as soon as hes there and you have your arms around him, its like 'were you really gone'? After flying 1500 missions during the war with Iraq, some Navy pilots flew off the Lincoln before it docked. Capt. Alan Porter/USS Abraham Lincoln: It's very rewarding. You bet. It validated all the training, all the sacrifices. President Bush will get a taste of ship life: he'll spend the night on the Lincoln. Tomorrow he'll depart by helicopter before the ship docks, and the sailors coming home will get all the cheers.))

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Major combat is also over in Afghanistan.
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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says the nation is now secure and the operation there will now focus on reconstruction and stablization.
Rumsfeld met with Afghanistan President Hamid Karzi.
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((DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRDTARY: I SHOULD UNDERLINE HOWEVER THERE ARE STILL DANGERS THERE ARE STILL POCKETS OF RESISTANCE IN CERTAIN PARTS OF THE COUNTRY.))
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The U-S still has the majority of the troops on the ground in Afghanistan- Seven-thousand out of the 12-thousand there.
Coalition forces have trained almost five thousand members of the Afghan National Army.
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An earthquake hit a moutainous region of Turkey- hitting a children's boarding school especially hard.
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At least 25 children were crushed to death when the quake hit.
Dozens more are believed still trapped under the rubble.
Other children were rescued. In fact, crews were able to get 70 children out alive. They've been taken to a nearby hospital tent for treatment.
The quake rocked the region at about 3 this morning destroying several homes buildings and damaging numerous others.


The four story dorm finished just five years ago was home to 198 children.
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An accident is tieing up traffic on Interstate 81 in Roanoke County.
State police say two vehicles collided in the northbound lanes at the 143 mile marker.
The highway department says one northbound lane is open, but it will be slow going for a couple of hours.
No word yet on injuries in that accident.

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A New River Valley telemarketing facility is cutting some jobs.
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I-C-T Group is laying off 40-people at its Christiansburg location. The company specializes in telemarketing, sales and consulting. ICT is headquartered in Newtown, Pennsylvania. They have 49 contact centers around the world that employ about 11-thousand people.
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Roanoke School Superintendent Wayne Harris is staying put.
Today, the Roanoke City School Board voted to extend his contract through 2006.
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The vote wasn't unanimous, but a majority of the board members said they believe it's important to keep Harris at the helm.
With three major construction projects moving forward, and the state deadline for full accreditation approaching, board members said continuity is essential.
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((WILLIAM LINDSEY/SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: AS WE ALL KNOW WE HAVE MANY CRITICALLY IMPORTANT THINGS GOING ON AT THIS TIME THAT OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS WILL BE SORT OF BLOOMING.)) ((WAYNE HARRIS/SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: AND I LOOK FORWARD FOR THREE MORE GREAT YEARS AND I CAN TELL YOU THAT I WILL DEVOTE ALL OF MY TIME AND ENERGY AND PASSION AND COMMITMENT TO DOING THE BEST JOB I KNOW HOW. ))
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Two board members voted against the resolution. Chairman Gloria Manns and member Melinda Payne raised concerns about the compensation package.
Harris' salary will rise from 142- thousand to 149- thousand dollars. Total compensation will increase from 183- thousand to 197- thousand dollars.
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Coming up next in the newscast, the American Lung Association has a problem with the air you breathe,
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Plus the Dixie Chicks prepare for an important show tonight. It's the first time they've appeared before an American audience since before the war began.
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Roanoke County has a smog problem.
In fact, nearly all the counties in the state are flunking out when it comes to air quality... that according to a new report by the American Lung Association.
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Virginia scored an "F" for ozone air pollution for the fourth straight year.
According to the group's report, most Virginians continue to breath unhealthy amounts of ozone.
Health experts say high levels in the state effect everyone, not just those with chronic respiratory disease.
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((DR. KEVIN COOPER/LUNG SPECIALIST/VCU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE: IF YOU'RE IN PERFECT HEALTH YOU CAN EXPECT ON A HIGH OZONE DAY YOU WOULD FEEL CHEST TIGHTNESS, SOME BURNING, EYE IRRITATION, A LITTLE BIT OF COUGH, IT WOULD BE A NUISANCE SYMPTOM. YOU'D FEEL LIKE YOU HAD A COLD COMING ON BUT THEN IT REALLY WOULDN'T DEVELOP INTO ANYTHING. SO IF YOU'RE A PERFECTLY HEALTHLY ADULT, IT'S JUST A NUISANCE. IF YOU'RE SICK, OR IF YOU'RE A BABY OR AN ELDERLY PERSON, IT COULD TURN INTO A REAL HEALTH CRISIS THAT SENDS YOU TO THE HOSPITAL.))
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Rockbridge and Wythe counties have the cleanest air in the state.
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You can look up how your county ranks for air pollution by going to our home page at wdbj7.com.

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In health check tonight,
Every year at least 3-thousand people in the U-S are diagnosed with sudden liver failure.
One doctor says most are caused by a reaction to acetaminophen the main ingredient in Tylenol.
That was the case for one Virginia Tech student.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has her story.
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Jean, A liver transplant seemed like Sally Eyre's only chance at survival.
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But it was another medical advancement that actually saved her life.
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Sally Eyre had just returned to Virginia Tech after having her tonsils taken out. She was still on medication for the pain. But her recovery soon took a turn for the worse when she woke up one morning vomiting. Sally thought she was dehydrated but found out it was much worse.
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((THEY TOLD ME I HAD LIVER AND KIDNEY FAILURE THAT THE ACETAMINOPHEN IN THE MEDICINE I HAD TAKEN FOR GETTING MY TONSILS OUT HAD HAD A BAD REACTION WITH MY BODY)) [RUNS11]
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Sally's only hope seemed to be a transplant. But Dr. Steve Caldwell at UVA gave her another option. He was experimenting with a new artificial liver system called ELAD, that could eliminate the need for a transplant all together.
The device works similiar to a dialysis machine --it processes the patients blood with cloned human liver cells, which essentially take over for the liver.
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((THE CELLS ARE MAKING CERTAIN PROTEINS THAT ARE ESSENTIAL TO THE BODY'S FUNCTION. THEY MAKING CLOTTING FACTORS. THEY DETOXIFY CERTAIN POISONS THAT BUILD UP WHEN THE LIVER IS NOT WORKING)) [RUNS12]
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The machine's goal is to buy the patient's own liver enough time to regenerate itself.
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Sally was able to avoid the transplant --and weeks later she returned to school.
Sally says she feels lucky that she was able to participate in the study. She just hopes one day it will be able to help others as well.
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((I FOUND OUT THAT IT WAS PRETTY MIRACULOUS HOW FAST I RECOVERED. AND THAT AT ONE POINT I HAD A 10-PERCENT CHANCE OF LIVING.)) [RUNS08]
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The artificial liver system is still being tested. This is the third version of the device. Dr. Caldwell say it has shown promising results. But it will most likely be years before it is approved by the FDA.
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Jean, The device is not without risks. Their is the risk for infection and other serious complications.

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Country singers- the Dixie Chicks, have faced criticisim over a comment made about President Bush.
Now they are preparing to face the music themselves as they kick off a new tour tonight.
Stacy case has more from Greenville South Carolina.
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THE TRUE TEST COMES TONIGHT FOR COUNTRY'S TOP SELLING ACT----

THEIR FIRST CONCERT IN THE U-S SINCE TRASHING PRESIDENT BUSH....ON FOREIGN SOIL.
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CAROLINA---- THE KICK-OFF SITE FOR THEIR NATIONAL TOUR. COUNTRY RADIO

STATIONS HERE AND ACROSS AMERICA HAVE GOTTEN AN EARFUL SINCE LEAD SINGER NATALIE MAINES CRITICIZED THE PRESIDENT DURING A LONDON SHOW IN EARLY MARCH.
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TRACK CONTINUES: (GRAPHIC) MAINES SAID QUOTE, "JUST SO YOU KNOW, WE'RE ASHAMED THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES IS FROM TEXAS."
SUPER: ASHLEY CREECH/CHICKS FAN I think it's probably exactly what she felt at the time it was probably not the best venue to say what she felt.
NAT: sound of chicks singing landslide TRACK: AFTER THE COMMENT, ONE OF THE CHICKS' HIT SONGS, "LANDSLIDE" PROVED PROPHETIC. RECORD SALES HAVE DROPPED....RADIO STATIONS BOYCOTTED THEIR RECORDINGS.
SUPER: RAY KLAGES/FORMER DIXIE CHICKS FAN I would not buy a ticket to see the Dixie chicks I won't buy their cd's.
STAND UP BRIDGE: STACY CASE/REPORTING SINCE FORMER FANS CAN'T GET THEIR MONEY BACK. SOME ARE TRYING TO SELL THEIR TICKETS IN THE LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS.
TRACK: AND OTHERS CAN TRADE THEIRS IN AT THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND ....ANTI CHICKS CONCERT.
NATALIE MAINES HAS APOGISED ALREADY BUT THE SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURE
HAS ASKED THE CHICKS TO APOLOGIZE AGAIN ---- THAT COULD BE THE

HIGHLIGHT OF TONIGHT'S SHOW. STACY CASE, CBS NEWS, GREENVILLE, SC.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Robin will have the weekend forecast.

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A late television star is getting his own spot in the sky.
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The International Astronomical Union says from now on, asteroid number 2-6-8-5-8 will be known as ``Mister Rogers.''
Unlike companies that will rename a star for you if you pay them, this honor cannot be bought. Astronomers vote on who deserves one. Fred Rogers died last February at the age of 74.
He hosted his own children's show on P-B-S for more than 30 years.
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Today in Sports, another prominent coach is receiving criticism for his off the field activities.
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Then a little later, we will see how the National Day of Prayer was acknowledged in the region.
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Wall Street managed to shake off a very bad start today, despite a series of dismal economic reports. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks - before we get to the "bad" coaching news of the day, it is a thrill to actually talk about something good from the head coaching ranks.
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VMI announced later this afternoon that Cal McCombs has been given a three yearcontract extension that will keep him on post until March of 2007. The reigning Southern Conference coach of the year - will now lead the Keydets into their first season as Big South members.
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Embattled Iowa State head basketball coach Larry Eustachy has been supplanted at the top of the coaching misconduct ladder today by Alabama's new football coach Mike Price.
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The Birmingham News reports today that Price who has yet to coach a game for the Crimson Tide spent hundreds of dollars at a topless bar in Florida last month. The Mobile Register, also reports that a young woman tried to charge more than one-thousand dollars in food and drinks to his hotel bill the next morning. All of this took place in Pensacola, Florida at a pro-am golf event. The University is still investigating, Price isn't talking.
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As for Eustachy, he was suspended with pay last night, and he now has four days to appeal. The athletic director has recommended that he be fired.
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Today, a handful of Coach Eustachy supporters gathered outside of the President's office on campus to voice their displeasure in the liklihood that he will be fired. By the way many have wondered if the coach's admission that he is an alcoholic yesterday might help him keep his job.

Well, it appears that the Americans with Disabilities Act protects Eustachy from discrimination for being an alcoholic, but won't defend alcohol-fueled misconduct.
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In the NBA playoffs last night, the New Orleans Hornets avoided elimination in Philadelphia thanks to a big boost from Roanoker George Lynch.
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Known mostly for his defense, Big George scored 12 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter of Game Five against Philly. Lynch, a former Sixer, sparked a 12 to 2 run helping the Hornets win 93-91, forcing a Game Six Friday in the Big Easy.
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Tonight in the NBA, four more teams can clinch first round series and advance. Among those - the Lakers - who have ba
ttled back from a one game defecit and can now eliminate Minnesota tonight.

Coming up at the top of hour - we'll have an update on UVa's Ahmad Brooks and see how he handled his first spring of college. Jean will be back in just a moment everybody. Take care and have a great night. [GO TO BREAK]

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It became a nationally- recognized event in 1952, but the origins of the National Day of Prayer date back to the Continental Congress in 1775.
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Hundreds of communities across the U-S marked the day, including Lynchburg.
Speakers included politicians, clergy and members of the military.
Each said Americans should pray for guidance for their leaders.
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((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R- LYNCHBURG: WE PRAY FOR THE ENTIRE CONGRESS, THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE. WE PRAY THAT YOU'LL KEEP GOOD SALT MEMBERS THERE THAT WILL KEEP THE ENTIRE BODY LOOKING TOWARDS YOU. LORD, WE PRAY FOR THE PRESIDENT'S CABINET, EACH ONE OF THEM LORD.))
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This year's theme was "Righteousness Exalts a Nation".
The National Day of Prayer is celebrated on the first Thursday in May each year.
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