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Next on News 7, students in another Roanoke High School have to stay locked in classrooms as police investigate reports of gunfire.
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Plus an employee of a Lynchburg bank is accused of embezzling more than a million dollars.
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The main weather story continues to be the wind gusts over the region topping 40mph. A sunny forecast is in place for much of this week. Details ahead.

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In Sports, Churchill Downs decides if the winning jockey at the Kentucky Derby cheated.
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Plus it's not always easy to understand, but some doctors say faith can heal patients.
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Plus we'll look at how privacy laws are changing things for the medical profession.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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((THE POLICEMEN SEARCHED THE PERIMETER OF CAMPUS NO ONE WAS FOUND, NO WEAPONS WERE FOUND.))
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A search for a gunman outside a local school turns up nothing. Students at Patrick Henry High School try and continue with their day. Good Evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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For the second time in less than a week, a school in the City of Roanoke was put on lockdown today. This time at Patrick Henry High School, reports of gunshots in the woods behind campus prompted a wide scope search.
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News 7's Rachel Cannon joins us with more on this. Jean, after searching for over an hour, Roanoke Police found no weapons or individuals on the 93-acres of school property.
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The lockdown was lifted at 11:30 at which point normal classes and traffic in and out of school property resumed.


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The report of gunfire came into police at 10 a-m. School Resource officers called in additional police and they started combing the woods behind the school, the reported origin of the two gunshots. The decision to order a lockdown is when safety is a concern.
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((SCOTT MEADOWS/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS SPOKESMAN; WHEN THE SCHOOL IS ON LOCKDOWN THE STUDENTS AND THE TEACHERS REMAIN IN THE CLASSROOMS THEY'RE NOT ALLOWED TO LEAVE AND IT IS A DISRUPTION TO THE SCHEDULE BUT IT KEEPS EVERYONE MONITORED EVERYONE SAFE.))
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A letter is being sent home to parents about today's incident to explain what precautions were taken and for what reason. Today's incident is the second time in a week that a city school has been put on lock down.
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Last week at William Fleming High School, police searched for a reported gunmen in the area but found nothing. School officials say the incidents are random and that they see no pattern between the two.
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Neither school or police officials will confirm who reported hearing the two gunshots whether it was an adult or a student, but
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Jean, regardless of who it was, they say they have to treat this kind of report seriously.


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A Lynchburg woman is hoping to avoid prison time after admitting to embezzling more than a million dollars from the Wachovia bank where she worked.
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Prosecutors say 43-year-old Pamela McDaniel Robertson abused her position as a trust manager and paid credit card bills, wrote checks to her husband and made charitable donations with other people's money.
Regulators discovered the problem after Robertson wrote checks to her husband's lawn care business from several trust funds.
She's cooperated with authorities since the fraud came to light two years ago, and her attorney hopes that will work in her favor at sentencing.
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((TONY ANDERSON/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: IN THE FEDERAL SYSTEM YOU GET CREDIT FOR COOPERATION. NOT ONLY BY BEING A TESTIFYING WITNESS, BUT YOU ALSO GET CREDIT BY BEING A COOPERATING ACCUSED. MRS. ROBERTSON HAS COOPERATED FROM DAY ONE AS YOU HEARD THE EXAMINER TESTIFY TODAY AS CONSISTENT WITH THAT COOPERATION THAT HER PLEA WAS APPROPRIATE.))
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Robertson faces up to 30 years in prison and a one million dollar fine when she's sentenced in September.
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Residents of Amelia County are starting out the work week cleaning up after a tornado hit there on Friday.
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Many schools and businesses in Amelia remained closed today.
Several thousand residents were without power through the weekend.
The high winds and hail smashed car windows and took down trees and power lines.
Clean-up crews were at the Amelia County courthouse where the most significant damage occurred.
The historic square, now littered with debris and fallen trees, had just undergone a year-long renovation.
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((JERRY MORRIS/AMELIA COUNTY RESIDENT: THERE WAS A LOT OF EXTENSIVE WORK THAT WAS JUST COMPLETED. THE ANTIQUE FENCE AROUND THE STATUE HAD BEEN REVAMPED. HAD IT ALL CLEANED UP FOR AMELIA DAY WHICH WAS TO BE THE VERY NEXT MORNING. OBVIOUSLY THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN. WE HAD AN AMELIA DAY LIKE WE NEVER HAD BEFORE.))
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The National Weather Service classified Friday's storm in Amelia as an F-one tornado with wind speeds estimated at 74 to 110 miles per hour.
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The audio tapes from the U-S Airways Express flight that crashed in Charlotte are released.
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Air Midwest Flight 50-84 crashed January 8th just after takeoff from Charlotte killing the 21 people aboard.
Fifty seconds after the plane is cleared for takeoff the pilot radios that there is an emergency.
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((CHARLOTTE CONTROL TOWER: "AIR MIDWEST 54-80 ONE TURN RIGHT HEADING TWO THREE ZERO CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF")) [BUTT TO 17] ((CAPTAIN KATIE LESLIE PILOT: "WE HAVE AN EMERGENCY FOR AIR MID WEST 54-80.))
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That was the last communication from the plane.
About 90 seconds later, the pilot of another plane, U-S Airways flight 684 is heard asking Charlotte control about a fire he sees below.
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((PILOT: CLEAR TO LAND 684 IS THAT FIRE THE FIRE DEPARTMENT PRACTICING. TOWER: WE'LL TALK ABOUT THAT LATER.))
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The 19 Seat Beach 19-hundred Turbo prop was on its way to South Carolina. It has started the day in Lynchburg- leaving Lynchburg regional for Charlotte.
None of the victims on the flight that crashed was from this area.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the federal government puts its homeland security to the test.
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Plus the person once in charge of Iraq's bio-weapons is in custody. "Dr. Germ" has surrendered to authorities.
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If terrorists strike will the U-S be ready?
Today police and the public in two cities are playing out a disaster scenario to try and make sure they are.
It is part of the biggest diaster drill ever held in the U.S.
Jennifer Donelan reports from Seattle with more.
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(( IT'S PRACTICE FOR A SCENARIO...EVERYONE HOPES NEVER UNFOLDS. THE SIMULATED EXPLOSION OF A SO-CALLED..."DIRTY BOMB" IN SEATTLE....INJURING MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE. TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKE THE REAL THING...A DISASTER ZONE HAS BEEN CREATED...COMPLETE WITH MANGLED VEHICLES AND DEMOLISHED BUILDINGS. RADIATION ALSO WILL BE DETECTED DURING THE LARGEST TERRORISM DRILL IN U-S HISTORY. AND...THEY'LL BE OTHER TWISTS.
MICHAEL BROWN/FEMA DIRECTOR "THERE'S SPECIFIC THINGS IN THE SCENARIO THAT FIRST RESPONDERS DON'T KNOW ABOUT SO THOSE SURPRISES WILL BE A TEST OF THEIR ABILITY TO ADAPT."
OFFICIALS ARE HOPING TO MAKE THIS DRILL AS REALISTIC AS POSSIBLE AND SAY PEOPLE WILL NOTICE INCREASED ACTIVITY FROM EMERGENCY PERSONNEL. NO SUPER HERE "YOU'RE GOING TO SEE PEOPLE IN MOON SUITS, TESTING FOR RADIATION AND WE ARE GOING TO THINK WE'VE HAD A BOMB DROPPED ON US." THE 16 MILLION DOLLAR EXERCISE, CALLED TOPOFF 2, IS BEING CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY. IT WILL LAST FIVE DAYS AND SPREAD TO OTHER PARTS OF THE COUNTRY....INCLUDING THE SIMULATED RELEASE OF THE PLAGUE IN CHICAGO.))

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The Iraqi scientist known as "Dr. Germ" is now in U-S Custody.
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Rihab Taha is a microbiologist.
She was taken into custody accused of extensive involvment in developing germ warfare capability under Saddam Hussein.
Taha is married to a former Iraqi oil minister Amir Muhammed Rasheed who surrendered to U-S forces last month.
He is number 47 on the list of "most wanted Iraqis."
Taha is not on that list.
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In health check tonight,
If you've visited the doctor's office lately -- you've most likely received a hand out on the privacy regulations under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
But do you really understand what it all means?.
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Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton spoke with a Carilion Privacy Officer to give us a better understanding.
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Jean,
Judie Snipes say there are a lot of misconceptions out there.
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But she says what most people don't realize is that the new HIPAA regulations provide a lot more than just privacy protection.
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There are 3-thousand pages of regulations for health care organizations to follow under HIPAA --and the issue of patient privacy only accounts for a fourth of it.
Carilion's Privacy Officer Judie Snipes says one of the most important parts of the regulation is insurance portability. This protects you if you leave a job where you have group health insurance.
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The regulations also require every health care operation in the nation to use the same transaction forms and billing codes.
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But in terms of protecting patient privacy and the security of their health information, Carilion says hospitals in our area were already following similar state guidelines. One new aspect, however, is the look-back feature for medical records.
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((YOU CAN LOOK BACK AND SAY FOR THE LAST YEAR WHO ACCESSED MY INFORMATION FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN THOSE ALLOWABLE FUNCTIONS WHICH ARE PAYMENT BILLINGS AND OPERATIONS. THATS NEW)) [RUNS12]
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The reason why the new regulations aren't a big change for hospitals in our area is because in the 1980's the General Assembly passed legislation that actually gave patients almost all of the same rights as HIPAA now gives.
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Coming up On News 7 at six, we'll tell you what you're rights are when it comes to privacy and security.

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Coming up today in Sports, Mike Stevens will introduce us to some good sports.
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But first we'll see if investors could build a winning streak. We'll have our details in our Marketwatch report.
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There's still more News 7 at 5 to come.
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In Sports, Churchill Downs decides if this year's Kentucky Derby winner was spurred on by an illegal device.
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On Wall Street today, investors extended a rally to a second straight day.
As Alexis Christoforous tells us, they are apparently willing to bet that better days are ahead.
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Good afternoon everybody, after dealing with coaches and coeds, coaches and strippers - nothing is surprising anymore. Including the two items tonight. First, Lakers' coach Phil Jackson returned to work today, two days after having an angioplasty procedure to clear an artery that was 90 percent blocked. And that's not the only thing cleared today. Jockey Jose Santos was cleared of any wrongdoing. The Kentucky Derby winning jockey on board "Funny Cide" was thought to have something illegal in his hand during the winning ride. Today - it was determined that was not the case.
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The Radford University baseball team has had a tough season so far. The Highlanders are 13 and 25 overall and 5 and 13 in the Big South Conference.
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Radford is seventh out of eight teams in conference play but it is the out of conference competition that has been a huge challenge. The Highlanders have played the likes of South Carolina, VCU, Virginia Tech and Richmond, all teams either ranked in the top 25 or on the verge of a national ranking.
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The Big South Baseball tournament is May 21st through the 25th in Rock Hill South Carolina.

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The Roanoke Catholic girls basketball team won this years Civitan Sportsmanship award earlier today.
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The ceremony was held at the Patrick Henry Hotel downtown. The Celtics were just below .500 on the season but coach Anne Bohon says good sportsmanship is more important than wins and losses. The Civitan Club also handed out its annual scholarship given to a member of the award winning team that displays great sportsmanship. This years winner is the Celtics' Rachel Slenski. She pockets 500 dollars that she will use towards her education at Hollins University next year where she will play both basketball and volleyball.
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Also, don't forget the Governor is playing basketball tonight at Hidden Valley high school at six, and the Avalanche returns home to begin a seven game homestand at Salem Memorial tonight against the Frederick Keys. Jean will be back in just a moment to wrap up News 7 at

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Medical science still can't explan many of the ways people heal themselves. To those suffering, all that matters is what works...and for some, faith works.
Dr. Sean Kenniff reports.
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((IT DOESNT HAVE TO BE SUNDAY FOR RHODA OVERGARD-TO FEEL THE POWER OF HER FAITH. SHE SAYS SHE FEELS IT EVERY TIME SHE MOVES.

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I COULD SIT DOWN WITHOUT PAIN. I COULD STAND WITHOUT PAIN. I COULD DO ANYTHING-WITHOUT PAIN.

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ONE NIGHT-AFTER SUFFERING FOR YEARS FROM DEBILITATING RHEUMATOID ARTHIRISRHODA STOOD IN A CIRCLE WITH A PREACHER AND HER FAMILY AND FRIENDSAND PRAYED - SHE WOULD BE HEALED.

SOT: RHODA

I STARTED TO DO THIS WITH MY FINGERS - AND THERE WAS NO PAIN-NOTHING WHATSOEVER. I STARTED TO MOVE MY MUSCLES AROUND. ALL THE PAIN-EVERYACHE. EVERYTHING WAS GONE.
DR. HAROLD KOENIG OF DUKE UNIVERSITY IS NOT SURPRISED BY RHODAS STORY. HE HAS BEEN STUDYING THE HEALING POWER OF RELIGION -- FOR YEARS AND SAYS THE AREA OF RESEARCH IS EXPLODING.

SOT: DR. HAROLD KOENIG/DUKE UNIVERSITY

THERE ARE MANY CASES-AND IN FACT-A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL THAT NOW SHOWS THAT PEOPLE WHO ARE PRAYED OVER-IN PERSON-BY A GROUP OF OTHER
PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT THEM--- THOSE PATIENTS SEEM TO IMPROVE IN TERMS OF

THEIR PAIN LEVEL.
BUT THE HEALING IS CERTAINLY NOT LIMITED TO RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS PATIENTS. RESEARCHERS AT DUKE AND ELSEWHERE ARE NOW LOOKING AT THE EFFECTS OF PRAYER AND FAITH ON BREAST CANCER, THE IMMUNE SYSTEM, BLOOD PRESSURE AND HEART DISEASEAS WELL AS LESS-PHYSICAL ILLNESSES LIKE DEPRESSION & ANXIETY.

SOT: DR. HAROLD KOENIG

WEVE ALSO BEEN ABLE TO SHOW THAT BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE EMOTIONALLY HEALTHIER IF THEYRE RELIGIOUS-THEYRE PROBABLY A LITTLE PHYSICALLY HEALTHIER AS WELL.
STANDUP: THE TRADITIONAL MEDICAL COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE REMAINS CRITICAL OF THIS FIELD OF WORK - IN PART BECAUSE ITS USED TO ANALYZING LARGE DOUBLE-BLIND TRIALS - THAT DEAL WITH MORE MEASURABLE THINGS-LIKE DISEASE PROGRESSION.

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DR. KOENIG-A PRACTICING CHRISTIAN-AND AN M-D HIMSELF WOULD LIKE TO SEE BIGGER TRIALS TOO. RHODA DOESNT NEED A SCIENTIFIC EXPLANATIONAS SHE CLOSES HER EYES AND BOWS HER HEAD IN THANKSGIVINGTHIS MOTHERS DAY. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))
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