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Today on News 7 at 5, the fate of one of the accused D-C snipers is now in the hands of a Virginia Beach jury.
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Plus a huge fire in Pawtucket, Rhode Island forces residents from their homes.
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A mix of clouds and sun for the weekend and continued chilly. Details ahead.

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Carilion hospital prepares to move dozens of patients to a new facilty this weekend.
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Some workers in Milwaukee get a surprise today after an alligator goes postal.
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Plus a local soldier makes it home to celebrate his child's first few week's of life.
News 7 at 5 is next.
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Jurors do not reach a verdict in the trial of accused sniper John Muhammed.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Jurors deliberated for several hours- at one point requesting a tape recorder to play some tapes back-
But after four hours, the judge sent them home with no verdict.
Jennifer Donelan has the latest from Virginia Beach.
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(( ORKING FOR SOME HOURS THIS MORNING - AND REQUESTING A TAPE RECORDER TO PLAY SOME TAPES BACK..THE JURY STARTED THEIR WEEKEND. JENNIFER DONELAN IS AT THE COURT HOUSE IN IN VIRGINIA BEACH. A jury did not come to a verdict Friday...so sniper suspect John Allen Mohammad will have to wait until Monday for deliberations to continue . Twelve men and women must decide if he is a murderer even though he may not have pulled the trigger. Sot: Peter Greenspun/Defense Attorney (not verbatim)you never know what the jury will do - A FATE TO BE DECIDED AFTER A SHOOTING SPREE THAT LEFT 10 DEAD...AFTER A TRIAL WITH AN AMAZING BEGINNING. FOR TWO DAYS MUHAMMAD WITH AN CONFIDENT AND DETERMINED MANNER...REPRESENTED HIMSELF.....INTERVIEWING VICTIMS AND EXPERTS. THEN HE ABRUPTLY HANDED THINGS OVER TO HIS LAWYERS. PROSECUTORS - JUST AS DETERMINED BEGAN BY ASSEMBLING THE BUSHMASTER RIFLE, THE SNIPER-S WEAPON...THEY ROLLED OUT THE CHEVY CAPRICE, THE SNIPER-S NEST, AND THEY POINTED TO MUHAMMAD-S FINGERPRINTS FOUND ON EVIDENCE. ALL THIS WHILE PRESENTING EMOTIONAL TESTIMONY AND EVEN A 9-1-1 TAPE THAT BROUGHT TEARS TO THE EYES OF SOME JURORS. MUHAMMAD ATTORNEYS TRIED, UNSUCESSFULLY, TO CONVINCE THE JUDGE THAT THE CHARGES AGAINST THEIR CLIENT SHOULD BE THROWN OUT BECAUSE NO ONE EVER SAW MUHAMMAD SHOOT ANYONE. BUT THE JUDGE SAID NO AND A YEAR AFTER THOSE 23 DAYS OF TERROR...A FINAL JUDGEMENT IS ON THE WAY. STANDUP; TO COME: RELATIVES STILL WAIT...JURY NOT SEQUESTERED.))

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A huge fire is burning out of control in Rhode Island.
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These are the pictures from just a few moments ago- at a mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island- it is obviously engulfed in flames.
The fire started at the Greenhalgh (GREEN-hahl) Mill complex and spread to nearby buildings.
So far at least one building has collapsed but it is not clear at this point whether anyone was inside.
The wind we had here yesterday is still plaguing the northeast and it is making fighting this fire difficult.
People in nearby homes have been ordered out- the homes are in danger of catching on fire.
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Cabin Lake residents without a home after yesterday's fire spent the day sorting through the pieces.
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However, some residents say they're just thankful to be alive. Danville's Emergency Service Agency was on site to make sure victims have a warm place to stay with all the supplies they'll need.
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((CHRIS GOSS: WE'LL BE HERE PROBABLY OFF AND ON THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WEEKEND AND PROBABLY NEXT WEEK. RIGHT NOW IT'S REAL EARLY AND WE'RE TRYING TO GET THE WORD OUT THAT IF THEY NEED HELP WE WANT THEM TO CALL THE RED CROSS.))
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The Red Cross is offering temporary shelter, clothing and prescription medicine. Firefighters spent the day sorting through rubble in the unit where they believe the fire originated, but they have not yet released a cause. They do, however, say yesterday's high winds kept other units from burning.
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At first glance it doesn't look like a Roanoke College building that caught fire last night is even damaged.
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But closer inspection shows holes in the roof of the Henry H. Fowler Alumni House on High Street. A student reported the building on fire shortly after 11 last night. It took firefighters about 2-hours to knock the flames down. An investigator says the fire was accidental, caused by a malfunction in the heating system. Damage is expected to top 100-thousand dollars. The 73 year old building houses the school's alumni records- they were not affected.
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In health check tonight,
This weekend Carilion will be moving some of its patients from Roanoke Community to Memorial Hospital.
It's all part of Carilion's plan to transfer some of its services to the new Mountain Pavilion.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Jean, This move has been in the works for several years now.
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And starting Sunday morning at 8 all NON-OB and pediatric patients will be relocated along with about 70 beds.
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Ottie Smith is one of many patients who will be transferred to the new Mountain Pavilion at Memorial Hospital on Sunday. His wife says she has no real concerns about the move.
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Carilion says it's hoping to make the transition as smooth as possible for patients.
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((REALLY THE AMBULANCES ARE LIKE MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE UNITS OR HOSPITAL ROOMS. THE EQUIPMENT IS VERY HIGH SOPHISTICATED TO TAKE CARE OF THE PATIENTS THROUGH THAT TRANSITION PERIOD OF TIME )) [RUNS13]
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And Carilion says once patients arrive at the new Mountain Pavilion --they'll notice some advantages.
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((THERE ARE SEVERAL ADVANTAGES. THE ROOM ARE LARGER THEY CAN HANDLE MORE EQUIPMENT IN TODAY WORLD THAT'S IMPORTANT. THERE ARE A LOT OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVACNES IN THAT FACILITY IN THE O-R'S AND I-C-U'S FOR PATIENTS)) [RUNS12]
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Carilon says the move will also make it possible to consolidate all its adult patients in one location --as well as staff and services. The New Mountain Pavilion will house about 100 beds.
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((AT THIS TIME WE'RE MOVING THE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL PATIENTS THAT WE'VE BEEN PLANNING TO MOVE FOR 2 AND HALF YEARS WHEN WE OPENED THE MOUNTAIN PAVILION THAT IS NOT THE FULL CONSOLIDATION. WE WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE WOMENS AND PEDIATRIC SERVICES HERE AT COMMUNITY AS WELL AS THE SERVICES NEEDED TO SUPPORT THEM )) [RUNS18]
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Carilion say the actual consolidation plan to move all patient services to memorial won't take place for at least two more years.
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Jean, As far as the move on Sunday -- Carilion anticipates it will take about 12 hours to move everything.
They'll begin at 8 am.

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Coming up next on the newscast, the state Attorney General says Virginia is living beyond its means.
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and from Washington, we'll see if a new tactic by Senate Republicans will end up with the same old results.
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A marathon Senate session called by Republicans has failed to produce action on some of President Bush's stalled court nominees.
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Undeterred by nearly 40 hours of straight debate, Democrats today continued to block votes on three of Bush's appeals court choices.
Republicans called the special session to protest the stalling tactics.
But in three successive votes, they never got close to the 60 votes needed to overcome the Democratic resistance and get a final yes-or-no vote on the judicial nominees.
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President Bush has called the U-S administrator in Iraq back to Washington for urgent consultations over security in that country.
Today the President said again U-S troops will not leave Iraq until the job is done.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: WE WILL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO HELP IRAQ DEVELOP INTO A FREE AND PEACEFUL COUNTRY THAT IS OUR GOAL.))
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The President says the forces are the ground are changing their focus- as part of operation Hammer Strike.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THE ENEMY HAS CHANGED TACTICS ON THE GROUND AND SO WE'RE CHANGING OUR RESPONSE AND THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE BEGINNING TO SEE NOW.))
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President Bush made the comments during a meeting with Italy's president Carlo Ciampi- 18 Italians lost their lives in Iraq when a suicide bomber attacked this past week.
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Thousands of soldiers in Iraq have spent months away from home, and any time with family is special.
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First Lieutenant Michael Gantert has been on leave from Iraq for nearly two weeks. He says it has been a memorable experience, because he's meeting a new member of the family for the first time. That's because a week before he was scheduled to come home, his son Cameron was born.
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((1ST LT. MICHAEL GANTERT; I WALKED IN AND ERIKA WAS HOLDING HIM, I JUST KINDA STARED FOR A LITTLE WHILE, PLAYED WITH HIM. IT WAS AMAZING, AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE.))
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Gantert is leaving to head back to Iraq on Monday. He expects to remain there until April.
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Another state Republican has come out against using tax reform as a way to get to tax increases.
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Virginia Attorney General Jerry Kilgore joins House Speaker Bill Howell.
Both have denounced tax increases as a way to fund the state's education and transportation needs.
Kilgore says the state is simply living outside its means.
He proposes a one-billion-dollar bond issue to pay for school construction.
And he wants the state to share revenue with localities, BUT only after the economy picks up and the state's rainy day fund is replenished.
Governor Warner expressed little support for the idea.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: MAKING PROMISES WITH MONEY WE DON'T HAVE FOR PROJECTS YEARS YEARS AWAY, ITS NOT THE WAY WE'VE GOVERNED.))
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Warner is expected to disclose his own tax reform plan around Thanksgiving.
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Up next on the newscast, Brent Watts is "tuning" up his music skills at the Roanoke Bluegrass Weekend.
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Some of the best in Bluegrass are in Roanoke this weekend. And for 3 days, they will actually be instructors, not just musicians.
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Brent Watts joins us right next door at the Clarion Hotel with more on the Roanoke Bluegrass Weekend.
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Coming up next in Sports,
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Mike Stevens will let us know who is sitting on the pole for the last Winston Cup race ever.
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Good afternoon and welcome to the end of the week ticker which starts on the track. Jamie McMurray has blistered the reconfigured track at Homestead to claim the pole for Sunday's season finale, the Ford 400.
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McMurray found the new banking much to his liking with a lap at 181.11 miles per hour. It's his first pole of the season and the first of the year for Chip Ganassi Racing. Now your starting lineup for the Ford 400.
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UVa lost for the fourth time in its last five games last night in College Park, Maryland. The 27-to-17 setback drops UVa's record to 5-and-5 a place they never imagined to be back in the preseason when they were in everyone's top 25.
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Virginia hosts Georgia Tech next Saturday afternoon.

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Tonight marks the starts of the high school football postseason. Here's a look at tonight's State-Wide regional semi-final schedule, and keep in mind that the home teams are listed in on the bottom.
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We'll have the highlights of nine playoff games tonight at 11:35 on Friday Football Extra - plus - keep in mind we're giving away a pair of tickets to the UVA-Tech game on tonight's show. Take care everybody - I'll see you back here at the top of the hour.

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On Wall Street today, the stock markets struggled to hold their ground after a series of modest economic reports.
In the end, they experienced their fifth lost in the past six sessions. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Quite a suprise for mail clerks in Milwaukee- when they found an alligator in the mail.
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The gator turned up at the Milwaukee airport-
Postal workers were sorting mail at the airport facility when they spotted it.
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((JOE MCPHERSON/POSTAL MANAGER: ONE OF MY CLERKS CAME IN LAST NIGHT THERE WAS A LOOSE END ON THE CORNER OF THE BOX. WHEN HE TOOK A CLOSER LOOK IT HAPPENED TO BE THE NOSE OF THE ALLIGATOR.))
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Right after that the three foot long gator got out of the box.
Workers were able to recapture it- and the gator got lots of attention from curious postal workers.
It's still not clear who sent the gator.
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