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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning...... Two Roanoke police officers were sent to the hospital after struggling with a suspect.

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We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.

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In other news this morning, two Roanoke city police officers were taken to the hospital after trying to serve warrants at a Roanoke home.
Officals say 19 year old Willard Wayne Hale ran when they tried to serve the warrants that stemmed from a firearm theft in Botetourt County.
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Officers say they found Hale hiding in a cabinet in this home at 117 14th Street Southeast.
Police say Hale began fighting with the officers and during the struggle, one officer's gun went off.
No one was shot, but police say Hale managed to get away.
This is a picture of Willard Wayne Hale. He's described as a white male, who's 5-11 and weighs about 220 pounds with fairly short brown hair and a goatee. Hale is now facing new charges in connection with the assault on the police officers and the escape.
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If you've seen Willard Hale, you're asked to call Crimeline at 344-8500.
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As for the officers involved, Officer A-F O'Connor was treated and released from Carilion Community Hospital for a cut to the head.
Officer R-H McNiff was treated and released from Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital for an injured knee.
Another officer suffered minor bruises in the incident.


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Roanoke police have arrested a man in connection with two Christmas day arsons.
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Witnesses saw a man leaving one of the homes on Dale Avenue just as the fire started around 8 o'clock.
Police found 27-year-old Monty Wayne Henegar nearby and charged him with two counts of arson.
Police say he'd had an argument with a man who'd been staying at one of the houses that caught fire.
No one was hurt.
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As America remains on high alert for terrorism, the "chatter" picked up about a possible terror plot -- may have included the name of a small Virginia town.
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There are no obvious targets in the town of Tappahannock (TAP-uh-HANock) , about 45 miles northeast of Richmond... no factories, no plants, no commercial ports. Regardless, extra security precautions were taken this week. Two of the town's ten police officers are on duty as opposed to the usual one.
The phone lines at the Sheriff's department have been lighting up whenever an outsider is spotted in town.
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(( STANLEY CLARKE/ESSEX CO. SHERIFF; YEAH MEDIA. OUT OF TOWN PLATES, THAT TYPE OF THING. PEOPLE NOT USED TO THAT AROUND HERE SO WHEN THEY SEE MEDIA AROUND THEY START CALLING.))
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Further to the north, Rappahannock County is also on alert, based on the same intercepted chatter.
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Foul play is NOT suspected in the death of a man found in a car in the Snow Creek section of Franklin County Friday.
Relatives told investigators 29-year-old Michael Campbell had been drinking heavily on Christmas Day.
Arriving home from a party early yesterday, family members said Campbell was too drunk to move. They left him in a car in his driveway.
A few hours later, someone went to get him and found light smoke in the car from a cigarette left on the console.

The sheriff says he won't know how Campbell died until after an autopsy.

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There is new information in the JonBenet Ramsey case.
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Investigators now have a D-N-A sample found in her underwear that could solve the mystery behind her death.
Officials say the D-N-A is from a male who is not a member of the Ramsey family.
JonBenet was found beaten and strangled to death in her home in Boulder, Colorado in 19-96.
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Rescue crews will continue their search this morning for three members of a snowboarding party trapped in an Avalanche near Provo, Utah.
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The snowboarding group consisted of five men --two were able to dig themselves out of the snow last night.
Officials say there were actually three avalanches in succession. And there is little hope the men survived through the night.
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((Extremely unlikely that will happen as more time goes by ... Talking to the people that were up there - and we know that from past experience - that snow sits up like concrete. ))


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This area is known to have Avalanches. Officials say none of the snowboarders had avalanche safety equipment with them. The men were all in their late teens or early 20's
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Searchers have found the bodies of seven people killed in the mudslides in San Bernardino, California.
As Chris Lawrence reports the search continues for at least nine missing people.
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((WORKERS IN OLD WATERMAN CANYON ARE STILL TRYING TO RESCUE FAMILIES -- NOT JUST RECOVER BODIES. THE RESCUE TEAMS BROUGHT IN LIGHTS AND GENERATORS -- REFUSING TO GIVE UP ON THEIR SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS.

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"We're going to continue searching as urgently as possible throughout the night."
CREWS CONTINUED TO LOOK FOR SEVERAL PEOPLE -- MOST OF THEM CHILDREN -- FOLLOWING A TORRENTIAL MUDSLIDE. THE FAST-MOVING MUCK SWEPT THROUGH A CHURCH CAMP IN THE SAN BERNARDINO MOUNTAINS ON CHRISTMAS DAY. CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN MUSHY, MUDDY AND WET -- A WALL OF LIQUID EARTH -- TOO MUCH FOR SOME VICTIMS TO SURVIVE.

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"They all have been found in the area of the slide. (butt to) Obviously, they've been caught up in trees and mud and brush."
OFFICIALS SAY ABOUT 30 PEOPLE WERE SPENDING THE HOLIDAY WITH THE CAMP'S CARETAKER WHEN CLOSE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN FELL. NORMALLY, TREES AND BUSHES WOULD HOLD BACK THE MUD. BUT RECENT WILDFIRES HAVE STRIPPED THESE HILLSIDES OF VEGETATION. THAT CLEARED THE WAY FOR A DEADLY FLOW OF MUD, BRANCHES, AND ROCKS.
SURVIVORS SAY IT HAPPENED WITHOUT WARNING.

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"Two minutes later, there was a wall of mud that completely wnet through the house we were staying."
BODIES WERE ALSO FOUND AT A NEARBY TRAILER CAMP IN DEVORE. DOZENS OF PEOPLE WERE EVACUATED.

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THIS WAS A CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY, BUT WORKERS HERE ARE NOT DEPENDING MIRACLE ... THEY'LL CONTINUE THROUGH SATURDAY OR HOWEVER LONG THAT IT TAKES.))


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At least 20-thousand people have been killed in an earthquake in Iran and some fear the death toll could reach 40-thousand.
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The earthquake hit yesterday morning in Bam, Iran --measuring 6-point-5 on the richter scale.
It not only flattened homes but knocked out the power and telephone service.
The U-S, Australia, Russia, China and Japan have agreed to provide assistance.
Rescuers continue to search for survivors..
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In sports,
The kickoff for today's Tire Bowl is fast approaching.
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And it's time now to check back in with Steve Mason at Ericsson Stadium with a unique perspective on today's matchup.

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U-S Agriculture officials have quarantined two calves in Washington state after their mother came up with Mad Cow disease.
Now, as Drew Levinson reports, the problem is trying to find out where that cow was infected.

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2003 has been a very good year for Virginia's wine industry.
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The number of Virginia wineries recognized for producing world-class wines increased dramatically.
And Virginia wine growers, including Governor Mark Warner, were featured in the latest issue of Wine Spectator.
In the last ten years, the number of wineries in Virginia has doubled.
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Virginia's wine growers say their industry contributes as much as 97 million dollars a year to the state's economy through sales and increased tourism.
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After adopting a daughter from China -- a California woman starts an international program to help more orphans in the country.
Barry Peterson explains.
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It seems so naturalnannies playing with babies. But in China - it's not the norm.

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In huge orphanages, with too many babies and too few staff, babies can get virtually no attentionleft in a crib, all day long - almost never talked toor touched.

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Now that's changingthanks to one womanJenny Bowen, of Berkeley, California.

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WHAT WE GIVE TO THE CHILDREN IS THE GIFT OF NURTURE, INDIVIDUAL CARE.
What inspired her crusade was Maya.

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Jenny adopted Maya from China six years ago she was expressionless, dull-eyed, locked in solitude. Jenny worried that Maya might be mentally ill. Boy was she wrong.

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This is Maya today. After lots of caring and caresses.

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Jenny realized that what worked for Maya, could work across China. She started raising money to train and pay special nannies in a Program called "Half the Sky"-to help all the little abandoned babies who may never have parents of their own.

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ONCE IT STARTED HAPPENING AND THE RESULTS WERE SO SUCCESSFUL, IT SWALLOWED UP MY LIFE. I MEAN, ONCE YOU START THERE'S THOUSANDS OF KIDS OUT THERE YOU CAN REACH AND WHOSE LIVES YOU CAN REALLY CHANGE.

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In three years they've expanded to 13 orphanages. A drop in the bucket, herebut two-thousand tiny liveschanged so far.

(STANDUP/023306) MAYBE IT SEEMS OBVIOUS THAT TOUCHING AND HOLDING A

CHILD IS A GOOD THING. BUT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHERS HAVE DISCOVERED THAT TOUCHING A CHILD ACTUALLY HELPS RELEASE THE HORMONES THAT HELP A BABY BOTH MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY. AS ONE RESEARCHER PUT IT IT'S AS IMPORTANT TO TOUCH A CHILD AS IT IS TO FEED IT.

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The older kids are the obvious success storieschildren who got the nanny-touch as babies, and now seem completely engaged and playful.

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BARRY - HAN FUNG.HELLO! (LITTLE GIRLS) HELLO (LAUGHS)

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So maybe it's true - it IS the simple things that countas simple as a touch that can change a life forever.

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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... A robbery suspect is still on the loose after a scuffle with police that sent two officers to the hospital.
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We're getting closer to kickoff for the Continental Tire Bowl down in Charlotte. Let's go back to Steve Mason who has our third pre-game report.
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At least nine people are still missing in the mudslides in California.
As Julie Cevene reports rescuers say some may never be found.
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Finishing off a mediocre season strong with three straight wins would mean a great deal to UVA as kickoff for the tire bowl gets a little closer.
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Steve Mason joins us for our final report from Ericsson Stadium to tell us that this game means most to two hometown Cavaliers. ((ROLLED FROM STARLINK))
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Still to come on News 7 Saturday Morning, college football isn't the only sport taking center stage this weekend. We'll visit the High School Holiday Hoopla in sports.
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Julia, Julia and an entire ensemble of young ladies hope to make you smile with their latest endeavour on the big screen. We'll take a look at Mona Lisa Smile in today's movie reveiw.
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