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One man is arrested for two Christmas arsons in Roanoke.
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A warming trend continues right through the upcoming weekend. I'll have your forecast.

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in Health Check - USDA inspectors are searching for the herd a cow infected "Mad Cow" disease was raised with
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and you better watch out, returning the not-so-perfect gift might make you want to pout if you're not prepared for store policies.
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Plus it's bowl time - We'll have previews of Virginia Tech's and UVA's games in sports.
News 7 at Five is next. [Open]
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The death toll is rising after mudslides in Southern California.
Mountainsides scorched by wildfires are no match for recent rain and the results are walls of mud and debris sliding into valleys.
Chris Lawrence has more from San Bernardino.
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Roanoke police have charged a man with setting two houses on fire Christmas night.
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The fires on Dale Avenue southeast broke out around 8 o'clock.
Witnesses saw a man leaving one of the addresses just as the fire started.
Police found 27-year-old Monty Wayne Henegar nearby and charged him with two counts of arson.
Police say he'd had a run-in with a man who'd been staying at one of the buildings that caught fire.
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Heading home for the holidays may take a bit longer for some travelers since airports are operating under heavy security brought on by a heightened terror alert.
Meanwhile, after two day of suspended service, Air France is putting planes back in the sky on the way to U-S cities.
Scott Rapoport has the story from Washington.
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((AIR FRANCE SERVICE FROM PARIS TO LOS ANGELES RESUMED TODAY...AFTER A TERROR SCARE FORCED THE CANCELLATION OF SIX FLIGHTS OVER CHRISTMAS. BUT IN A SIGN THAT ALL IS FAR FROM NORMAL...ONE FLIGHT WAS DELAYED THREE HOURS DUE TO EXTRA SECURITY CHECKS. THEY ARE TAKING NO CHANCES. Sot: Randy Larsen/CEO, Homeland Security Associates: I think it shows the superb cooperation that's going on; on an international basis' right now U.S. INVESTIGATORS ARE SEARCHING FOR A SMALL NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO WERE BOOKED ON THOSE CANCELLED FLIGHTS ...BUT FAILED TO SHOW UP. INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS BELIEVE THEY HAD SUSPECTED LINKS TO AL QAEDA....AND ONE OF THEM... WAS RECEIVING PILOT TRAINING. 7 MEN WERE QUESTIONED BY FRENCH INTELLIGENCE...BUT RELEASED AFTER NO EVIDENCE WAS FOUND CONNECTING THEM TO A TERRORIST PLOT.
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AMERICAN GOVERNMENT SOURCES FEARED AL QAEDA WAS PLANNING TO CRASH LAND AN AIR FRANCE JET IN THE U.S. OVER THE HOLIDAYS - WITH LAS VEGAS A REPORTED TARGET ... AS IT LIES IN THE PARIS TO L.A. FLIGHT PATH AND IS SEEN BY AL QAEDA AS A CENTER OF WESTERN DECADENCE.
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important things is that ninety percent of the fuel that was on that plane would have been used flying from Paris to Las Vegas. So it's demonstrating that they don't feel confident enough to get on a plane in the United States. MEANTIME, HERE IN THE UNITED STATES...HOLIDAY TRAVELERS ARE MAKING THEIR WAY HOME...AMIDST SOME OF THE TIGHTEST SECURITY SEEN SINCE 9-11. Stand up: THOUGH THEY HAVE NO SPECIFIC INFORMATION, U-S OFFICIALS SAY THEIR BIG CONCERN NOW IS A POSSIBLE ATTACK AROUND NEW YEARS. THEY FEAR A LARGE HOLIDAY CELEBRATION MAY BE AN INVITING TARGET TO TERRORISTS. SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON))
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Retailers are hoping end of the year sales can salvage a disppointing year.
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Shoppers headed to stores today in search of post-Christmas bargains, as retailers sought to get rid of leftovers and recoup business in a season that will likely to turn out to be only modestly better than a year ago. Retailers are counting even more heavily on the week after Christmas to meet their sales goals. Many shoppers shied away from stores recently because of two consecutive snow storms in the Northeast, a lack of must-have items, a sluggish job market and a lack of bargains.
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Shoppers flocked to area stores today in search of bargains and to return their not so favorite holiday gifts.
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Shoppers at Valley View Mall took advantage of large price reductions in most stores. Companies like B- Moss are trying to sell out of winter clothing in order to make room for their Spring lines.
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However, many items came back IN today. At the Valley View Target store, extra employees manned the return counter. Target customers with a receipt receive a full refund, but without one, they have to settle for a store credit. According to the Better Business Bureau, retailers have the freedom to choose their own return policies.
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((JULIE WHEELER/BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU: IT'S UP TO THE BUSINESS TO SET THE POLICY. IT'S UP TO THE BUSINESS TO POST THE POLICY, EITHER ON THE CASH REGISTER RECEIPT OR AT THE CASH REGISTER AND IT'S UP TO THE CONSUMER TO FIND OUT WHAT THAT POLICY IS BEFORE THEY MAKE A PURCHASE.))
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Wheeler says ALL companies are required to give full monetary refunds for defective merchandise.
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Coming up - USDA investigators are looking for the birth herd of a cow infected with "Mad Cow".
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and it's a face lift face off as Dr. Sean Kenniff examines two different procedures intended to reverse the signs of aging.
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The top veterinarian at the U.S .Department of Agriculture says the origin of mad cow disease in an animal in Washington state is still being investigated. Two calves born to the cow are now in quarantine. Skip Loescher has more.
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((U.S. OFFICIALS CONTINUE TO TRY TO REASSURE AMERICANS THAT THE U.S. BEEF SUPPLY HAS NOT BEEN TAINTED BY THE ONE CONFIRMED CASE OF THE DEADLY, BRAIN WASTING MAD COW DISEASE.
BUT CRITICS CONTEND THE U.S. NEEDS TO DO WHAT BRITAIN DID WHEN IT WAS STRICKEN BY A TERRIBLE OUTBREAK OF MAD COW.
An absolute and complete ban on feeding slaughter house waste to livestock. We sill feed blood to cattle, for instance and testing virtually every animal.
OF THE 30 MILLION CATTLE SENT TO SLAUGHTER IN THE U.S. LAST YEAR, ONLY ABOUT 20-THOUSAND WERE TESTED.
While it's not a large number, the testing is focused in such a way that we have the maximum chance of finding it, if it is in the u.s. herd.
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TO TRY TO PREVENT A POTENTIAL OUTBREAK, THE U.S. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT IS TRYING TO FIND THE HERD, OR HERDS, THAT THE INFECTED COW WAS RAISED WITH.
TWO CALVES BORN TO THE INFECTED COW HAVE BEEN FOUND AND ARE IN QUARANTINE.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SAYS THERE IS LITTLE RISK FROM THE MEAT BECAUSE THE PARTS OF THE COW THAT COULD CARRY THE DISEASE TO HUMANS, THE BRAIN AND THE SPINAL COLUMN, ARE REMOVED BEFORE THE MEAT IS DISTRIBUTED. STANDARD OUT))


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Looking for ways to turn back the clock and reduce signs of aging?
There are an increasing number of options for anyone wanting to change their appearance - and not all require going under the knife.
Dr. Sean Kenniff takes a look at the differences between surgical and non-surgical face lifts.

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((THE ONLY TIME 54 YEAR OLD CALLIE TOULOUMES DOESN'T FEEL YOUNG AT HEART IS WHEN SHE'S LOOKING IN THE MIRROR. WRINKLES AND CROWS FEET LEFT HER LOOKING TIRED.
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"I would like to look the way I feel." VO AND 49 YEAR OLD SYLVIA ANDIS FEELS THE SAME. VO SO OFF THEY WENT. CALLIE WENT TO DR. ABDALA KALIL, A MIAMI BEACH INTERNIST RENOWNED FOR HIS NON SURGICAL FACE-LIFT--A COMBINATION OF BOTOX, THE WRINKLE FILLER RADIANCE, A CHEMICAL PEEL, AND FAT MELTING
MESOTHERAPY.
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"We're going to combine everything we have today that's non surgical." VO AND SYLVIA WENT TO FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON DR. JULIO GALLO, FAMOUS FOR HIS FINESSE WITH THE FACE-LIFT SURGERY.
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"What certainly holds people back sometimes is that they see overdone surgery. And I always tell people. You always notice the bad ones, but you never notice the good ones."
SOT DR. SEAN KENNIFF REPORTS.

"So which procedure can turn back the clock the best? The shots, or the surgery? Well you're about to find out because we visited the patients, and their doctors three weeks later." VO THIS IS CALLIE BEFORE, AND THIS IS HER AFTER SHE RECIEVED DR. KALIL'S NON-SURGICAL MEDICAL MAKEOVER. SHE SAYS SHE FEELS A DECADE YOUNGER.
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"It's subtle but yet it's obvious to me. VO AND DR. KALIL SAYS WITH SOME REPEAT VISITS, CALLIE'S APPEARANCE WILL ONLY GET BETTER WITH TIME.
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"These improvements add up." VO SO HOW DID SYLVIA'S SURGERY TURN OUT? THIS IS HER BEFORE, AND THIS IS HER AFTER. SHE HAD A BROW LIFT, AN EYELID LIFT, A FACELIFT, AND A SMALL CHIN IMPLANT.
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"Although she's a little swollen, that will improve with time. And she'll end up looking more refreshed, and less tired with a very natural look." VO BOTH DOCTORS AGREE, EACH TECHNIQUE HAS LIMITATIONS, AND WHILE THERE IS NO ONE TREATMENT THAT WORKS BEST IN ALL PATIENTS, FATHER TIME CAN BE BEATEN, AT LEAST FOR A WHILE, WITH EITHER A NEEDLE OR A SCALPEL. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS, MIAMI.))

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coming up - Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has a look at your weekend forecast
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[VO] and later in sports, We'll give you a little insight into the Tech's matchup with California tonight.
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Montgomery County has a new Sheriff.
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Democrat Tommy Whitt took the oath of office this afternoon before hundreds of well-wishers.
Though sworn in, Whitt is still considered the Sheriff-elect until he formally takes office on January first.
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Coming up- It was a short and sweet day on Wall Street. We'll take a look a the Christmas session a little later

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but first, Steve Mason joins us live from Charlotte with a pep rally for UVA as the Cavs get ready for tomorrow's Tire Bowl.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the day after Christmas ticker. By this time tomorrow both the Hokies and the Cavaliers will have played their bowl games. Virginia and Pittsburgh clash in the second annual Continental Tire Bowl tomorrow morning at 11 at the Carolina Panthers home - Ericsson Stadium. [DOUBLE BOX TOSS TO STEVE]
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Steve Mason now joins us LIVE from "Uptown Charlotte" where the festive Holiday feeling is alive and well a day after Christmas.
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The Hokies have more to prove tonight than they have at anytime in the past five or six years. A program that prides itself on earning respect - did absolutely nothing to but lose it this year. But a win tonight over Cal would give Tech 9 wins - and a lot of teams would die to have that kind of disappointing season.
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The Hokies and Golden Bears kick things off in Phoenix tonight at 8:30 eastern. We be back on News 7 at Six with some highlights from Day one of the Holiday Hoopla event at the Salem Civic Center. Shannon will be back in just a moment. Have a safe weekend everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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Stocks closed higher in a shortened post-Christmas session. Jean Lee tells us what was up in today's Marketwatch.

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The Beagle has landed...
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but no one's heard from it since. What's happened to the mission to Mars
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