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Today on News7 at 5, a Lynchburg professor who accused police of roughing her up is convicted on traffic charges.
Plus the Lieutenant Governor wants the state to build a new university near Danville.
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The wind is a factor in the overnight forecast and temperatures will hit the single digits for some. The bundle up forecast is straight ahead.

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Also today, a local company says it is having trouble finding enough workers.
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An Ohio woman is quitting her job after winning 94 MILLION dollars.
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Plus Mike Stevens will tell us who was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Virginia taxpayers got a chance to give their own two-cents in the state's money matters. Public hearings were held across the Commonwealth today on Governor Warner's proposed 2004-2006 budget, as well as changes to the current budget.
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Myranda Stephens attended today's hearing in Martinsville, and says it appears funding for health care is people's biggest concern. That's right Jean, particularly funding for programs to help people with disabilities.
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Health care, like many other areas, took a big blow during the last round of state budget cuts, which in turn had a major impact on many people's lives.
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Governor Warner's proposed plan has an overall budget of about 58-BILLION dollars.
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A good chunk of that however, will go toward health and human services. Jean, Warner has proposed more 940-MILLION dollars in new funding.

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A Lynchburg College professor who says police roughed her up during a traffic stop last fall was found guilty today of speeding and resisting arrest.
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Dorothy Smith-Akubue (ah-koo-BOO-ee) was traveling 57 miles an hour in a 25-mile zone when she was stopped on October 18th.
Police say Smith-Akubue tried to leave the scene and the officer was forced to use pepper spray to subdue her.
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((OFFICER J.E. KEENE/LYNCHBURG POLICE: I TOLD HER TO STOP RESISTING.. ...HOLDING ON AND I COULDN'T AT THAT POINT.))
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Smith-Akubue told the court she simply had to go to the bathroom and was NOT trying to leave the scene.
Judge Joseph Serkes (serks) fined her a total of 420 dollars for the two offenses.
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The threat of winter weather has led some school systems to alter their schedules.
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Bland County Schools will open one hour late tomorrow.
All night GAP programs are cancelled TONIGHT in Grayson County.
Headstart will open one hour later tomorrow in Fries (Freeze) , Hillsville, Fairview and Galax.
Schools in Tazewell County will open two hours late.
Plus Wythe County will open one hour late tomorrow.
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Southside needs a four year university - according to Virginia's Lieutenant Governor.
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Tim Kaine today toured Danville's new Institute for Advanced Learning. The center is a collaborative effort between several colleges and localities and is designed to be a focal point for research, technology and education. Kaine chose the location to announce his intention to propose a new college for the area.
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((LT. GOVERNOR TIM KAINE: I'M GOING TO BE PROMOTING A LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION THIS YEAR TO DIRECT THE STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER ED OF VA TO INCLUDE IN THEIR PLANNING A FOUR YEAR UNIVERSITY FOR SOUTHSIDE AS A WAY TO MEET THE DEMAND OF STUDENTS WE HAVE COMING DOWN THE PIKE.))
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Kaine says Virginia is anticipating having to meet the needs of an additional 61-thousand students over the next ten years. He says it's too soon to name any specifics such as a specific location or timeline.

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Voters in California put their faith in Arnold Scwarzenegger to lead the state out of its fiscal mess.
Tonight they will hear how the new governor intends to do that.
Chris Lawrence has more.
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(Hundreds of reporters are converging on Californias state capitol all

to hear a speech that was usually ignored, at least when given by previous Governors. But Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was arguably the worlds most popular actor so this state of the state address will be one of the most widely watched speeches since his inauguration.

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What we face may look insurmountable.
Repealing the hike in the car tax was easy compared to the cuts still to come.

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Tuesdays speech is expected to touch on some of the spending cuts neccessary to balance the multi-billion dollar deficit. But to fix that, Governor Schwarzenegger will have to sway state legislators like he convinced California voters.

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So far its sort of what he wants to do and what hes doing are not actually in harmony

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If hes not going to raise taxes, Gov. Schwarzenegger may be coming around to the idea that hell need to cut huge amounts of spending from nearly every state service.

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And that includes education. The Governor could try to trim some of the money due public schools, a move he promised not to make during the campaign. Hes also promised to reform workers compensation and get more of the states Indian gaming revenues.

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And hell try to do all this while dealing with the occasional disaster. Since he took office, California has been hit with wildfires, mudslides and an earthquake all of which demand a Governors time and attention. Chris Lawrence, CBS News, Sacaramento.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, a woman with wires in her jacket causes concerns on a flight from Paris to Cincinnati. We'll tell you what authorities found.
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Plus, a local baker says it is having trouble filling jobs that pay up to 17 dollars an hour... but loafers need not apply.
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The Maple Leaf Bakery in Roanoke completed a 12- million dollar expansion in December, but the company is still working to fill positions that pay up to 17 dollars an hour.
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The plant produces rolls for in- store bakeries, sub shops and supermarkets across the country, and the new production line is capable of baking five thousand loaves an hour.
The plant operates three shifts a day, six days a week, and is looking for more full-time workers.
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((WE HAVE FACILITY HERE FOR MAINTENANCE, PRODUCTION, SANITATION, INSPECTORS AND WE'RE READY TO HIRE RIGHT NOW, SO WE CAN GIVE PEOPLE FULL TIME JOBS IF THEY'RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING THAT'S PERMANENT.))
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Plant Manager Al Sautner (SAWT-ner) says he hopes workers who have lost their jobs in southside textile facilities will consider coming to work at the Maple Leaf plant in Roanoke.
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A new plan could be in the works that would help immigrants find jobs in the U-S . The President is expected to unveil his new immigration policy tomorrow afternoon.
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Today his spokesman says the plan will match willing workers with willing employers.
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((SCOTT MCCLELLAN/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN: WE ARE MUCH BETTER FOR THE CONTRIBUTIONS THAT IMMIGRANTS HAVE MADE TO THIS NATION. WE ARE MUCH STRONGER FOR THE CONTRIBUTIONS MADE BY IMMIGRANTS SO WE SHOULD CONTINUE TO BE A WELCOMING SOCIETY.))
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The President first began immigration talks with Mexico's president Vincente Fox in 2001- but talks were abandoned after 9-11.
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((MCCLELLAN: SO IT WAS PART OF OUR EFFORTS TO BRING ABOUT A MORE ORDERLY, MORE HUMANE SAFE AND LEGAL IMMIGRATIN POLICY.))
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President Bush will outline his plans tomorrow just five days before a meeting with President Fox in Mexico.
President Bush has said he's oppposed to any blanket amnesty.

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A security scare aboard a Paris to Cincinnati flight today.
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A woman was taken off the flight in Paris before it left for the U-S because of suspicious wires in her coat.
But security officials later found she wasn't a threat. The wires were apparently part of a leather motorcycle jacket.
The plane was allowed to leave Paris but did have a fighter jet escort it for part of the trip.
Security was also tight after the plane arrived at the Cincinnati airport just about an hour and half ago.
The plane was kept away from the terminal and U-S officials plan to re-screen passengers and baggage.
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An Ohio woman strikes it rich- winning the 162 million dollar mega millions jackpot.
Only problem is somone else claims they lost the winning ticket.
Teri Okita reports.
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((REBECCA JEMISONS WINNING JACKPOT CAME WITH THE USUAL FANFARE. THE NEWS CONFERENCE, THE BIG CHECK. Rebecca Jemison/Lottery Winner: Luck had nothing to do with it. This is truly a blessing. BUT THAT BLESSING CAME WITH CONTROVERSY. ANOTHER OHIO WOMAN, ELECIA BATTLE, CLAIMS SHE BOUGHT THE WINNING TICKET THEN LOST IT OUTSIDE THE CONVENIENCE STORE. THE NEWS PROMPTED A FEW PEOPLE TO TRY THEIR LUCK...SEARCHING THROUGH THE SNOW AND SLUSH.
Today might be my lucky day.
IT ALSO LED BATTLE TO FILE A POLICE REPORT AND THREATEN A LAWSUIT. RIGHT NOW, POLICE SAY THEY DON'T THINK SHE'S LYING, BUT THEY HAVE NO WAY TO PROVE THE WINNING TICKET WAS HERS. Teri Okita/Reporting: 11 STATES PLAY THE GAME AND LOTTERY OFFICIALS SAY, WHOEVER TURNS IN THE WINNING TICKET IS LEGALLY ENTITLED TO THE JACKPOT. AND WITHOUT DISCLOSING DETAILS, THEY SAY THEY HAVE PLENTY OF PROOF JEMISON IS THE LEGITIMATE WINNER. Dennis Kennedy/Ohio Mega Millions Director: The ticket is in excellent condition. It does not appear to be weathered or laying in a parking lot.
JEMISON SAYS SHES BEEN PLAYING THE WINNING NUMBERS FOR TWO YEARS. HER RESPONSE WHEN SHE HEARD BATTLE'S CLAIM THE TICKET WAS LOST? Jemison: Anger at first, not worried. I knew proof I had didnt bother me at all.
JEMISON WILL TAKE HOME MORE THAN 67-MILLION DOLLARS, AFTER TAXES. HER FIRST STOP: DISNEY WORLD WITH HER HUSBAND AND 12-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, ALEXANDRIA /VA.))

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Coming up today in Sports,
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[VO] we'll tell you why two Hall of Fame candidates are breathing a sigh of relief today.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll take a look at what could be the cars of the future.
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Good afternoon everybody. Yesterday we were talking about how crazy the start of the year has been, well there more proof today. Wimbledon, the one sporting event dripping in tradition, has decided to put a modern retractable roof over centre court. Back to the basepaths, where
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Paul Molitor has become the 39th player to be elected to the hall of fame on his first try. Molitor ranks eighth on baseball's career hit list with three-thousand-319. Over his 21 year career he batted 306 for the Twins, Jays and Brewers. Molitor was a seven-time All-Star and the M-V-P of the 1993 World Series. He's joined as a first ballot electee by Dennis Eckersley, who is third on the all-time saves lists as a pitcher with 390. In 1992 Eckersley was the American League MVP and the Cy Young award winner.
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Virginia improved to 10 and 2 with last night's 84-71 win over William & Mary. And while Pete Gillen had four freshmen on the floor at one point, Travis Wells says it was a junior forward who bailed the Cavs out down the stretch.
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The Virginia Tech men are on the road tonight getting set for their first Big East game of the season. The 7-and-4 Hokies take on unbeaten Pittsburgh in a seven o'clock tip-off tonight.

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The New York Giants are the first NFL team to fill a head coaching vacancy.
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The Giants have come to terms with former Jacksonville and Boston College head coach Tom Coughlin. A few details need to be worked out to make it official, but it looks like Coughlin will get a four year deal worth $11 million dollars. Like so many coaches, Coughlin was an assistant under Bill Parcells.
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Coming up at the top of the hour - the silence has been broken. Preseason testing opened today at Daytona. We'll check it out on News 7 at Six. Have a safe night everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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It was a mixed day on Wall Street today. Alexis Christoforous tells us who was up and who was down in today's Marketwatch report.
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They're called concept cars--- the most creative designs

for the car of the future. Stacy Case brings us more from this year's international car show in the motor city.
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This just in to News 7, former D-Day President Richard Burrow has been indicted again on federal fraud charges. We'll have the details on News 7 at 6.
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