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Today on News 7 at 5, a new study on highway safety says Americans are driven to distraction.
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Plus Roanoke's school superintendent says he has good news about the city's schools.

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The next wave of showers and thunderstorms is expected late tonight and through the day Thursday. Details on the forecast is a moment.


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American forces are on the ground in Liberia. We'll have the details.
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On Health Check, we will see a laser that claims it can promote hair growth.
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Plus will Jerry Springer run for the U-S Senate? News 7 at 5 is next.


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A new study says most of us do more than watch the road when we're behind the wheel.
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The study released by Triple-A today shows American drivers are distracted by the radio, cell phones and conversations with passengers. Teri Okita has more.
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President Bush wants it known that the Marines who arrived in Liberia today have a limited role.
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A group of seven Marines arrived in Liberia's capital with about 13 more expected to follow. Several defense officials insist U-S force may never be used in a peacekeeping role. President Bush told reporters the troops will help clear the way for humanitarian relief to Liberia and will provide support to the West African peacekeepers. Bush says the US still supports the departure of Liberia's president, Charles Taylor. He wouldn't say whether the US would consider sending in more forces if and when Taylor leaves.
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Virginia's 21-day-rule has long been the nation's most restrictive when it comes to how much time a wrongfully convicted person has to prove his innocence.
But it's days are numbered....
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Meghan Muldoon joins us from Richmond with an explanation.
Today was the final meeting of a special task force that is looking at the 21-day-rule.
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and they moved the state a step closer to abolishing it.
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A panel of state lawmakers and judges is recommending that instead of giving a convicted person only three weeks to prove their innocence, there should be no time limit at all.
The 21-day-rule task force approved a proposal that allows anyone convicted of a felony to submit newly discovered evidence to the Court of Appeals for a reconsideration of their guilt.
Finality and court efficiency has been a bar to lifting the state's 27-year-old law but panel members appear confident that they have found a fair solution.
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((DELEGATE MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM:I DON'T THINK WE'LL HAVE A CLOGGING. I THINK BAR IS HIGH ENOUGH THAT WE'VE SET IT WHERE IF SOMEBODY IS ACTUALLY INNOCENT THEY CAN GET A HEARING BUT OTHERWISE NOT IT'S NOT GOING TO BE SUSPICION OF INNOCENCE THEY ARE GOING TO HAVE TO SHOW PRETTY SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE TO GET A PETITION FROM THE COURT OF APPEALS.))
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Critics of the 21-day-rule praised the task force for taking a step in the right direction but say the recommendation doesn't go far enough to guarantee that innocent defendants don't end up in jail.
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((STEVEN BENJAMIN/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: THIS RELIEF FOR INNOCENT PERSONS ONLY APPLIES TO INNOCENT PEOPLE WHO PLEADED NOT GUILTY. IF A PERSON FOR WHATEVER REASON, ON ADVICE OF COUNSEL, BECAUSE OF THE EVIDENCE THEN AVAILABLE PLEADS GUILTY PURSUANT TO A PLEA AGREEMENT, THAT PERSON ALTHOUGH HE'S INNOCENT HAS NO OPPORTUNITY FOR RELIEF AND WE NEED TO CORRECT THAT.))
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The panel's recommendation must still be approved by the General Assembly
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The several lawmakers who sit on the task force say the vote may be close but they are confident it will pass.


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Roanoke School Superintendent Wayne Harris says he accepts responsibility for mistakes in the reporting of violence and discipline.
Today, he also outlined new initiatives to enhance safety and restore public confidence.
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Harris delivered his state of the schools address during an annual leadership conference.
He acknowledged recent controversies, accepted responsibility for some errors, and said he hopes that a plan of action will reassure the public.
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((WAYNE HARRIS/ROANOKE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: THAT WE HAVE ADDRESSED HEAD ON IN A VERY THOUGHTFUL WAY CONCERNS ABOUT SAFETY THROUGH SOME REAL THINGS BEING PUT INTO PLACE, AND THAT IF THEY HAVE CONCERNS THAT I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW PERSONALLY MYSELF WHAT THEY ARE.))
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Harris outlined a new counseling program, a hot line that students and parents can use to report problems, and additional security measures that will cost 350- thousand dollars.
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Harris also announced that five more city schools have earned full accreditation on the Standards of Learning. That's in addition to the eleven schools accredited last year.

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Next on News 7 at 5, Joy Sutton will tell us why we need to consider what the sun is doing to our eyes.
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[VO] Plus Roanoke County expects to shine some new light on a controversy at Hidden Valley High School.
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There may soon be a light at the end of the tunnel for Hidden Valley High School.
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The school board has delayed a vote on whether to light the soccer field at Hidden Valley.
The county first wanted to meet again with nearby residents who have concerns over traffic and noise.
The school system says the lights are needed because games often run to 8 or 9, after it gets dark.
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((MIKE STOVALL/SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: WITH THE LIGHTS IT WOULD GIVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO STAY IN SCHOOL IN ALL DAY, FINISH THE SCHOOL DAY THEN PLAY SOCCER BOTH JV AND VARSITY. IF THE GAME GOES INTO THE NIGHT A LITTLE BIT WE CUT THE LIGHTS ON AND LET THEM FINISH. AFTER THE GAME IS OVER WITH, 30 MINUTES AFTER THE GAME IS OVER WITH THE LIGHTS GO OUT.))
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The county has come up with eight restrictions for the lighted soccer field.
We'll tell you about them and preview next week's expected vote tonight on News 7 at six.
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In health check tonight,
Protecting yourself from the sun requires more than just sunscreen. You need sunglasses as well.
U-V rays can cause severe damage to your eyes.
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Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Shannon,
I spoke with a Roanoke optometrist who says many people have sun damage to their eyes.
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But she says most are unaware that they have it.
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While many of us know the importance of wearing sunscreen-- we don't always remember to put on sunglasses as well.


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That was until Christopher Gauss (Gouse) found out that he had sun damage in his eyes.
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Optometrist Ricki Halling says sun damage is very common --and how severe it is depends on the amount of U-V exposure.
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((TANNING BEDS ARE ACTUALLY THE WORST PERPETRATORS OF IT. MEN AND WOMEN WHO DON'T WEAR GOGGLES CAN DO A LOT OF DAMAGE NOT JUST TO FRONT OF THE EYE BUT ON THE BACK)) [RUNS13]
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For most with sun damage, the main concern is the cosmetic. But it can lead to significant damage with calluses that may have to be removed.
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((IT CAN GET TO THE POINT WHERE THEY ACTUALLY HAVE VISION PROBLEMS. AND WHEN YOU TAKE IT OFF THEY STILL HAVE VISION PROBLEMS AND IT CAN INDUCE ASTIGMATISM.WHICH IS WHEN THE EYE IS SHAPED LIKE A FOOTBALL INSTEAD OF A TENNIS BALL. IT CAN INDUCE A LOT OF PROBLEMS)) [RUNS14]
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Gauss (Gouse) says he isn't taking any chances with eyes anymore.
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To protect your eyes -- Doctor Halling says wear sunglasses with 100-percent U-V protection. She says sunglasses should be worn anytime your outside even if its cloudy or the winter time.
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Shannon,


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As we told you earlier, doctors are finding success in treating hair loss in an unconventional way.
Dr. Sean Kenniff has more.
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((JOAN SPADAFINA MADE AN UNFORTUNATE DISCOVERY AWHILE BACK...


SOT: JOAN SPADAFINA/HAIR LOSS PATIENT

I noticed that I had quite a bit of hairloss starting about 4 years ago.

..AND NOT THAT MANY OPTIONS. FOR WOMEN--ROGAINE WORKS, BUT NOT THAT WELL. PROPECIA, PERHAPS THE BEST WEAPON AGAINST HAIRLOSS, IS ONLY APPROVED FOR MEN. AND HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGERY SEEMED A BIT DRASTIC. THAT'S WHEN SHE DECIDED TO TRY A NEW LASER--"COMB" OFFERED BY DR. ALAN BAUMAN IN BOCA RATON FLORIDA.


SOT: DR. ALAN BAUMAN/HAIR RESTORATION SPECIALIST

"Phototherapy is a brand new emerging treatment modality that promises excellent results for the vast majority of patients."

STANDUP: "Some scientists say the hairmax laser comb works by increasing blood flow to the scalp. Others say increases energy to the hair follicles themselves. But Dr. Bauman claims, it really works, and for most of his patients...It works really well."


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"Patients are giving us huge results. They're saying they're getting imporvements in hair volume, the texture of their hair improves, the color and the quality is better."

EVEN DR. BAUMAN WAS SKEPTICAL AT FIRST... BUT PATIENT AFTER PATIENT...AND PHOTO AFTER PHOTO HAS CONVINCED HIM THE ALREADY F-D-A APPROVED HAIRMAX LASER COMB WORKS...WHEN USED 2-TO-3 TIMES A WEEK...FOR A HALF HOUR...AND IT CAN HELP ANYONE ...WITH ANY KIND OF HAIRLOSS...INCLUDING JOAN. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS))


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Robin Reed is up next with our detailed weather forecast.
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Then in Sports, Mike Stevens will have a preview of Kobe Bryant's day in court.
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Coming up a little bit later,
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Jerry Springer has announced his political plans. We'll tell you if he is running for the U-S Senate today following sports.
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On Wall Street today, the Dow gained back some of yesterday's losses.
Alexis Christoforous tells us how in today's Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everybody the two minute ticker begins with the Kobe Bryant case in Colorado. In just about 30 minutes Kobe will be in a courtroom for what is a very preliminary part of his sexual assault case.
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Kobe will only be in court about 10 minutes for this hearing in which he will advised of the charge against him by judge Frederick Gannett. Already the judge has ruled that Kobe could not skip today's hearing and that cameras would be allowed in the courtroom. It is a circus atmosphere outside the courthouse - one that has prompted the Eagle County police chief to say that unless there is a change of venue this is just the beginning of the headache. Kobe's trial isn't expected to begin until March.

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North Carolina State is picked 14th in the USA-Today/ESPN pre-season football poll after an 11 and 3 2002 campaign in which the Wolkpack beat Notre Dame 28-6 in the Gator Bowl.
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The Pack's top dawg is quarterback Philip Rivers. The rising senior already has 8, 993 career passing yards and 88 touchdowns and, entering his fourth year as a starter, he is being touted as a Heisman candidate.
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Rivers cares more about team goals and would gladly trade in individual accolades for an ACC title, and that even means giving up great success against Florida State.
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UVa opened football practice this afternoon. In fact the Cavs are still on the field at this hour. Tonight on News 7 at 11 - we will see how day number one went for Al Groh and his players. Also don't forget that UVa has opened up its first six practices to the public. The Cavs practice tomorrow at 6:45 and Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 2:20pm.


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The Friday Football Extra preseason travels have taken us to Vinton this evening.
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Jeff Highfill, is one of a handful of coaches who has been at his school all 20 years of Friday Football Extra. Coming up at the top of the hour we'll see how the veteran coach plans to let his namesake - Jeff Junior - lead his team in the tough Blue Ridge this year.
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Plus, if you're tired of the Kobe talk already - we'll restore your faith in athletes as positive role models with an NFL star not afraid to stick my him morals. Take care everybody - Shannon will close out News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Talk show host Jerry Springer is passing up the chance to make his first run for office since serving as mayor of Cincinnati.
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The Democrat today announced he's decided against seeking the Ohio Senate seat held by Republican George Voinovich since 1998. Springer says as long as he's doing his TV show, his message won't get through to the people he needs to reach.
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[IN Q=The reality is we believe...]
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((JERRY SPRINGER/TALK SHOW HOST: THE REALITY IS, WE BELIEVE IN YOUR SINCERITY BUT YOU CAN'T BE DOING THE SHOW WHILE THIS IS GOING ON.))
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Some of Springer's fellow Democrats see him as an embarrassment. But others say he could have provided a boost for the party. Springer served as mayor of Cincinnati from 1978 to 1981.
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As we told you earlier, doctors are finding success in treating hair loss in an unconventional way.
Dr. Sean Kenniff has more.
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[SUPER=01-Joan Spadafina/Hair Loss Patient;]
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS News;]
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((JOAN SPADAFINA MADE AN UNFORTUNATE DISCOVERY AWHILE BACK...


SOT: JOAN SPADAFINA/HAIR LOSS PATIENT

I noticed that I had quite a bit of hairloss starting about 4 years ago.

..AND NOT THAT MANY OPTIONS. FOR WOMEN--ROGAINE WORKS, BUT NOT THAT WELL. PROPECIA, PERHAPS THE BEST WEAPON AGAINST HAIRLOSS, IS ONLY APPROVED FOR MEN. AND HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGERY SEEMED A BIT DRASTIC. THAT'S WHEN SHE DECIDED TO TRY A NEW LASER--"COMB" OFFERED BY DR. ALAN BAUMAN IN BOCA RATON FLORIDA.


SOT: DR. ALAN BAUMAN/HAIR RESTORATION SPECIALIST

"Phototherapy is a brand new emerging treatment modality that promises excellent results for the vast majority of patients."

STANDUP: "Some scientists say the hairmax laser comb works by increasing blood flow to the scalp. Others say increases energy to the hair follicles themselves. But Dr. Bauman claims, it really works, and for most of his patients...It works really well."


SOT: BAUMAN

"Patients are giving us huge results. They're saying they're getting imporvements in hair volume, the texture of their hair improves, the color and the quality is better."

EVEN DR. BAUMAN WAS SKEPTICAL AT FIRST... BUT PATIENT AFTER PATIENT...AND PHOTO AFTER PHOTO HAS CONVINCED HIM THE ALREADY F-D-A APPROVED HAIRMAX LASER COMB WORKS...WHEN USED 2-TO-3 TIMES A WEEK...FOR A HALF HOUR...AND IT CAN HELP ANYONE ...WITH ANY KIND OF HAIRLOSS...INCLUDING JOAN. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS))

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