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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities in Buchanan County say there is little hope two missing children will be found alive.
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Plus there are signs jurors cannot decide if convicted murderer John Muhammad will get the death penalty.
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Anything outdoors has the green light this weekend. And we have the gameday forecasts for Tech and UVa just ahead.


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Also today, a Lynchburg woman says police abused her during a traffic stop.
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A health fair in Martinsville attracts hundreds of people for medical care.
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Plus we'll look at the problems associated with extreme shyness. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Authorities keep the search going, but give up hope that two children washed away in flooding will be found alive.
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The small children were swept away by floodwaters in Buchanan County,
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and today, Sheriff Paul Crouse said that he had lost hope that the children would be found alive. Crews continued their search today using cadaver sniffing dogs. Four-year-old Kayley Runyon and two-year-old Christian Runyon were swept out of their parents arms when water washed their mobile home down a hill. Officials say 75-feet of water surged through the area when a dam collapsed. The search is expected to continue tomorrow.
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Minority leaders in Lynchburg say they want a more thorough investigation into a traffic stop last month where a black college professor was pepper-sprayed by police.
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58-year-old Dorothy Smith-Akubue (ah-koo-BOO-ee) was stopped for speeding on Old Forest Road on October 18th.
The arresting officer says Smith-Akubue tried to drive away as he was writing her ticket and he had to use pepper spray before handcuffing her.
But local civil rights activists say police used excessive force and that the professor is a victim of racial profiling.
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((GARNELL STAMPS/CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST: THERE IS NO INSTANCE IN THE HISTORY OF THIS AREA OF TOWN THAT ANY WHITE FEMALE WAS MANHANDLED IN THE MANNER THAT DR. AKUBUE WAS.)) ((COL. CHARLES BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE CHIEF: EVERY TIME FORCE IS USED, WE INVESTIGATE THAT ON A PRELIMINARY BASIS, AND IF THERE'S CONCERNS LATER, THEN A MORE THOROUGH INTERNAL AFFAIRS INVESTIGATION IS CONDUCTED WHICH IS WHAT IS OCCURRING NOW.))
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Lynchburg College President Kenneth Garren (GAIR-in) has also written Chief Bennett and Mayor Carl Hutcherson, asking for a thorough investigation.
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Four hours of deliberations and no decision from jurors on whether convicted sniper John Muhammed should live or die.
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Just before jurors were supposed to break at one this afternoon they had two questions for the judge.
They want to know whether they can work next Tuesday as well as Monday. The judge had said the jurors would be sent home for six days if they did not reach a decision on Monday.
Jurors also wanted to know what happens if they fail to reach a unanimous decision.
The judge said he would not accept such a position at this time and told jurors the court needs a unanimous jury.

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In health check tonight,
Free medical and dental care lured hundreds to the Martinsville Health Fair today.
And many say it could've have come at a better time with the city facing a double digit unemployment rate.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean,
This was not only a community effort but a statewide initiative by Governor Warner to address health needs.
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This community health fair offered everything from flu shots, to vision screenings and even mammograms.
But it was the dental clinic that seemed to be the biggest attraction.
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So many people came out in need of dental care -- that after 11-30 --they had to stop taking new patients for the day.
Two hundred volunteers donated their time, offering a variety of services including cleaning, fillings, and even oral surgery.
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And with Martinsville's unemployment rate between 12 and 13-percent --many say the need is great for free or low cost health services.
Doctors say if they don't get it, there could be significant consequences.
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((TO ME I SEE AN EPIDEMIC BASICALLY THESE ARE PEOPLE IN NEED AND WITHOUT HEALTH CARE THEY'RE GOING TO DEVELOP DEVASTATING RATES OF STROKE, HEART ATTACK, HEART FAILURE AND KIDNEY DISEASE)) [RUNS11]
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State officials say they are trying their best to help.
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The Governor will visit the health fair tomorrow. On News 7 at six we'll tell why this health fair could just be the beginning.
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Jean, The health fair will continue tomorrow from 7 am to 5pm. All services are on a first come first serve basis.

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Up next on the newscast, President Bush wraps up his trip to England. Plus we'll tell you why extreme shyness can affect more than your personality.
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Iraqi rebels attacked high profile targets in Baghdad today-
Rebels did did not use airplanes or tankers... but donkeys.
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No one was killed but one person was seriously hurt.
The first targets- the Palestine and Sheraton hotels.
Several rockets slammed into neighboring buildings, home to international news crews and Westerners.
Minutes later another rocket attack on the Iraqi ministry of oil-
In both cases rebels used donkeys to pull rocket launchers into range.
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((GEN. MARK T. KIMMIT: THEY REALIZE THEY CAN'T ATTACK US AND DEFEAT US IN THE CONVENTIONAL SENSE. WHAT THEY ARE TRYING TO DO IS BRAK OUR WILL THEY ARE TRYING TO CAPTURE THE HEADLINES. BUT THESE ATTACKS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED CIVILIAN HAVE NO TACTICAL VALUE AND THEY ARE MILITARILY INSIFNIFICANT.))
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Despite today's attacks U-S forces say operation iron hammer has stopped a number of other planned assaults.
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President Bush has wrapped up his meetings with one of the nation's strongest allies- the British.
As Aleen Sirgany reports from the U-K.
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PRESIDENT BUSH WRAPPED UP HIS FOUR DAY VISIT TO THE U-K IN THE SMALL TOWN OF SEDGEFIELD. HE VISITED THE HOME OF PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR...LUNCHED IN A PUB AND MET WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN.

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"HE'S MUCH NICER, MUCH KINDER AS WELL...AND I COULDN'T BELIEVE HE SHOOK MY HAND."

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NOT EVERYONE IN SEDGEFIELD FEELS THE SAME WAY. JUST LIKE LONDON...DEMONSTRATORS WERE OUT IN FORCE.

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EARLIER, THE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY THANKED THE QUEEN FOR HER ROYAL HOSPITALITY. DURING THREE HECTIC DAYS IN LONDON, MISTER BUSH FACED TOUGH QUESTIONS, PROTESTS...AND MORE MIDDLE EAST TERRORISM LINKED TO U-S AND BRITISH IRAQI POLICY.

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ON THIS DREARY LONDON DAY, A CLOUD OF SADNESS IS HOVERING OVER THIS TOWN AFTER THOSE TRAGIC EXPLOSION IN TURKEY THAT KILLED BRITISH CITIZENS.
JACK STRAW/BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY I'm sorry to say with these ruthless fanatics that we now face everywhere is a target." AND IN BAGHDAD THIS MORNING...ANOTHER MESSAGE TO MR. BUSH. TERRORISTS ATTACKED IRAQ'S OIL MINISTRY AND TWO HOTELS WHERE MANY AMERICANS ARE STAYING. BRIG. GENERAL MARK KIMMITT/DEP. DIR. OPERATIONS, COALITION MIL. FORCES "THESE ARE VERY PRECISE OPERATIONS, VERY SURGICAL OPERATIONS." SO AS THE PRESIDENT HEADS HOME...HE'LL RETURN TO THE SAME CHALLENGES HE LEFT BEHIND.THE SAME THING GOES FOR TONY BLAIR IN LONDON. THEY MUST GET IRAQ BACK ON COURSE....AND PROVE THAT THE WAR ON TERROISM IS WORKING.
ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, LONDON))

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Is Roanoke City Schools superintendent Wayne Harris doing a good job? City Council says no, the school board says yes. At a retreat between the two boards in Roanoke today, a majority of City Council members said they did NOT have confidence in Harris. The school board then took a vote, and unanimously said Harris is doing fine.
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Members of City Council say their non-confidence vote came about because of concerns with the school safety controversy, the audit of the human resources and maintenance departments.

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Almost everyone has felt shy, but for some it is more than just a passing feeling.
Those who suffer from extreme shyness often earn less, they avoid relationships, and all too often their health suffers.
One man who is afflicted tells Jennifer Miller he just wants to be understood.
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((IF ALL THE WORLD IS A STAGE, "GEORGE" HAS ONE SEVERE CASE OF STAGE FRIGHT.
it was in a school yard -- and suddenly I felt this incredible fear.
A FEAR OF NEARLY ANY SOCIAL SITUATION ... EXTREME SHYNESS CALLED SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER. HE THINKS HE WAS BORN WITH IT.
you are constantly being worried about what that other person thinks about you and how you're doing.
SOCIAL ANXIETY IS THE THIRD MOST PREVALENT PSYCHIATRIC DISORDER BEHIND DEPRESSION AND ALCOHOLISM. BUT IT IS A BIG SECRET.
NOBODY KNEW. NOBODY KNEW. NOBODY COULD SEE IT. NOBODY EVER KNEW. NOBODY KNOWS NOW.
STANDUP BRIDGE: IT'S NOT UNCOMMON TO BE NERVOUS ... LIKE WHEN ASKING SOMEONE ON A DATE, GOING FOR A JOB INTERVIEW OR EVEN INTO A RESTAURANT.
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BUT SOME PEOPLE AVOID THESE SITUATIONS ALL TOGETHER .... GIVING NEW MEANING TO THE TERM, PAINFULLY SHY.
"They don't need to do this to themselves."
SHYNESS EXPERT LYNNE HENDERSON TAPS INTO HER CLIENTS' STRENGTHS AND TRANSFERS THEM TO SCARY SITUATIONS.
LYNNE HENDERSON, Ph.D./Director, The Shyness Clinic "They're good listeners, they're good observers. THEY'RE VERY GOOD AT IT."
SHE SAYS GROUP THERAPY AND ROLE PLAYING HELP OVERCOME IRRATIONAL FEARS. MANY ALSO TURN TO ANTI-DEPRESSANTS.

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"When people take these medicines, they find over a period of weeks that they are gradually feeling less self-conscious."
BUT AFTER YEARS OF THERAPY AND MEDICATION GEORGE STILL STRUGGLES WITH GOING TO WORK AND MEETING WITH OTHERS. BUT HE SHYS AWAY FROM SPEAKING IN PUBLIC AND DEALING WITH SALESPEOPLE ALTOGETHER...
I definitely still avoid social gatherings.
GEORGE REALIZES THERE MIGHT NEVER BE A CURE, BUT LIKE MANY WITH THE DISORDER HE JUST HOPES TO BE UNDERSTOOD. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, SAN FRANCISCO.))

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Coming up today in Sports, we'll have tonight's lineup of high school football games.
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[VO] Plus Mike Stevens shows us how the Hokies are getting ready for the basketball season.
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Coming up a little later, Brent Watts will show us a new cookbook in which the recipes don't involve cooking. He'll talk with the author after sports.
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Good afternoon everybody.
The Tech men and women open their respective basketball seasons this weekend at Cassell Coliseum. Tonight, the Tech women host Miami of Ohio in a seven o'clock tip-off. Women's head coach Bonnie Henrickson enters her 7th season having never posted less than 20 wins a year.
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Seth Greenberg's men's team opens tomorrow night at 8pm right after the Tech-Boston College football game wraps up. Greenberg's debut will be against New Hampshire.
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The regionals roll on tonight on Friday Football Extra. Here's a look at the schedule for tonight and tomorrow with the home teams on the bottom of each matchup.
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And don't forget that we're giving away a pair of tickets to the Tech-UVa tonight on Friday Football Extra.

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[go to college pinnacle] And don't forget about the football here on Your Hometown Station tomrorow. UVa hosts Georgia Tech at Noon. Right after that one we'll have LSU and Ole Miss for the SEC West title.
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[go to nfl pinnacle] Sunday's NFL action including the Falcons and Titans late and the Colts and Bills early. We'll see you back here on News 7 at six with your college game day previews. Have a safe night.
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On Wall Street today, stocks managed modest gains in a session that saw very little movement by the major market averages.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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[UPDATE]
We have an update on our lead story. Searchers have found the body of 2 year old Christian Runyon this afternoon--24 hours after his Buchanan County community was hit with a wall of water. Christian's four year old sister, Kayley, is still missing.

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You may have seen her Mason Jar Cookie Cookbook in stores last year. Well, this year, the Salem author has a new cookbook out, just in time for the holidays.
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She joins Brent Watts in our studio with a few samples.
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