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Just ahead on News 7 at 5, local furniture makers claim a first-step victory in their battle with China.
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The Henry County School Board again talks school consolidation, but a vote won't come until Wednesday.
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What happens when a man jumps into the lion pen? Cameras were rolling, and we'll show you.
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On Healthcheck, solving a painful mystery .. what causes so many people to ache for reasons that are hard to diagnose.

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And here come the King of Pop's supporters .. ready to rally when he walks into court. News 7 at 5 is next.
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(( EVERYBODY I GUESS IS REALLY GLAD THAT THEY PASSED IT. THAT IT PASSED CAUSE I THINK OUR JOBS DEPEND ON IT.))
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A ruling from the International Trade Commission keeps a local furniture fight moving forward.
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A group of furniture makers in Galax has been claiming for months that China is illegally dumping cheap bedroom furniture into the U-S .. and it's hurting their business. Now, the International Trade Commission appears to agree.
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The commission found in a 6 to zero vote that there is a chance the U-S furniture industry was damaged by cheaper Chinese imports. The ruling means the U-S Department of Commerce will now conduct its own investigation. Local furniture companies say the ruling is a major step forward.
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((John Bassett:MANY PEOPLE 6 MONTHS AGO WHEN WE STARTED THIS NEVER THOUGHT WE HAD A CHANCE. THEY NEVER THOUGHT WE'D BE HERE. SO WE HAVE TO TAKE ONE STEP AT A TIME, BUT WE'VE GOTTEN HERE.))
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Tonight at 6:00 we'll tell you what's next in the battle with China and introduce you to some workers who fear their jobs could be on the line if something's not done.
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The Henry County School Board wants to consider the bottom line before it gets to the "bottom" of the school consolidation issue.
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The board held a special meeting today to get an itemized account of how much the plan to close five schools and combine several others will actually cost. According to numbers released today, consolidation-related spending is more than one-point-eight million, with another one-million dollars anticipated for two school renovations.
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((16:32:28:16: I get really nervous with the anticipated funds when you get into that kind of money. Those numbers make me really edgy as to what we'd be able to do next year.))
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Chairman Curtis Millner says the board will decide Wednesday night if it should continue with the plan or take another course of action.
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We have some school closing information to pass along to you for tomorrow.
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[Take Schooltouch Full] Craig County Middle School will be closed tomorrow because of some broken pipes. This closing applies only to Craig County MIDDLE School.
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The Iowa Caucuses are just days away .. the first step in selecting a Democratic presidential candidate .. and polls show Dick Gephardt closing the gap with Howard Dean.
Jennifer Miller took to the streets of Des Moines to see what voters are saying as Caucus day nears.
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((
AT THIS DES MOINES COFFEE SHOP ... REACTION TO SUNDAY'S DEMOCRATIC DEBATE IS ALMOST AS HOT AS A CUP OF JOE. This guy presents a clear distinction ..... THE MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT .... WHEN REVEREND AL SHARPTON SPARRED WITH FRONTRUNNER HOWARD DEAN OVER RACE...
"Under your administration, did you have a senior member of your cabinet who was black or brown..." "We had a senior member of my staff." "No, of your cabinet." "No, we did not."
THE FORMER VERMONT GOVERNOR DEFENDED HIS RECORD ON RACE RELATIONS ...... DENISE DIAZ WAS WILLNG TO VOTE FOR DEAN ... UNTIL SHE SAW THE DEBATE.
DENISE DIAZ /VOTER I dont believe that Dean is straight forward with his platform, I dont trust him. THAT IMPRESSION COULD HURT DEAN, WHO IS RUNNING NECK AND NECK WITH CONGRESSMAN RICHARD GEPHARDT. BUT THE CONFRONTATION DID NOT CHANGE THE MINDS OF ALL DEAN SUPPORTERS.
NED CHIODO/VOTER/DEAN SUPPORTER You have to understand Vermont has a very, very small minority population and I think it would be strange if he had a lot of minorities on his staff.
STANDUP BRIDGE: WHILE THE FOCUS MIGHT HAVE BEEN ON DEAN, ANOTHER CANDIDATE ... SENATOR JOHN EDWARDS -- WHO IS GAINING IN THE POLLS -- ALSO GOT VOTERS ATTENTION.
NED CHIODO People like him to start with, I liked him when I met him and hes very personable. A GOOD IMPRESSION ... BUT AS THE RACE GETS TIGHTER IN IOWA THE ONLY IMPRESSION TO MATTER ON CAUCUS NIGHT ... IS THE LASTING ONE. JM CBS NEWS, DES MOINES IA.))



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Returning to our area, business leaders in central Virginia are calling for the creation of a Lynchburg Regional Airport Authority. Right now, Lynchburg's airport is run by and largely financed by the city of Lynchburg, but officials say an authority would give all of the surrounding counties more input. The five localities would appoint members to serve on the airport authority.

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Police in Roanoke are still looking into the cause of an accident Saturday that sent one man to the hospital and left a neighborhood without power.
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The accident happened shortly after 7:30 on Brandon Avenue near Towers Mall. Police say the man ran his car through a utility line, flipped over and then came to rest in the Arby's parking lot.

The man was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital, but police aren't releasing his name or condition. The accident also knocked out power to more than a thousand customers in the area, some for as long as seven hours. Coming up at Six we'll have one witness' account of what happened.
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Mr. Bush goes to Mexico. Still ahead, our president gets some strong support when he steps off the plane.
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And on Healthcheck, you hurt all over, and nobody seems to know why. Now doctors are learning more about a possible reason why.
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Mexico's President is giving strong approval to President Bush's immigration proposals- calling Bush's plan a big step forward.
The plan would provide legal status to millions of undocumented workers now in the U-S.
Manuel Gallegus is in Monterrey, Mexico with more.
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(( OLD FRIENDS AGAIN MEXICOS PRESIDENT VICENTE FOX OFFERS A WARM GREETING TO PRESIDENT BUSH ARRIVING IN MONTERREY MEXICO FOR A TWO-DAY SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS.

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30 LEADERS ARE HEREFROM CANADAS NEW PRIME MINISTER TO ARGENTINAS PRESIDENT. THEYRE SET TO DISCUSS A RANGE OF ISSUES FROM FREE TRADE TO SECURITYCORRUPTION AND POVERTY.
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YOU DONT HAVE TO GO FAR TO FIND MONTERREYS POORJUST AWAY FROM THE GLASS AND MARBLEWOMEN COOK OUTDOORSPOVERTY IS EXTREME HERE A LIFE MILLIONS OF MEXICANS HAVE LEFT BEHIND FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM.
AND THAT MIGRATION IS A KEY ISSUE FOR BUSH AND FOX BUSHS PROPOSAL TO GRANT LEGAL STATUS POTENTIALLY TO MILLIONS OF IMMIGRANTS WAS A BOOST FOR FOX AND EXCITING NEWS HERE
Roman Espinoza/Monterrey Resident "We need sources of employment. WE NEED JOBS HE SAYS
BUT IN THE U.S. IMMIGRANTS SAY THEYLL BELIEVE IT WHEN THEY SEE IT.
OUTSIDE A HOME DEPOT IN LOS ANGELES.DOZENS OF DAY LABORERS WAIT FOR WORKMOST ARE ILLEGAL FROM MEXICO OR GUATEMALAONE WAS FROM ARGENTINA. OFF CAMERA THE ILLEGAL ONES SAY THEY WORRY ABOUT GETTING DEPORTED AND THE LEGAL ONES SAY THEY LOOK FOR DAY WORK SO THEY DONT HAVE TO PAY TAXES.
THATS A COMPLEX PROBLEM FOR THE US ECONOMY AND SECURITY SAY IMMIGRATION EXPERTS.

-SOT-PROF. RAUL HINOJOSA, DIR. NORTH AMERICAN IMMIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT


It's extremely important for the U-S for workers to come out of the shadows.
BUT MEXICO'S PRESIDENT ADMITS.... EVEN WITH LEGAL IMMIGRATION...THERE WILL ALWAYS BE WORKERS WHO PREFER TO STAY IN THE SHADOWS. AND THAT MONEY IS KEY TO MEXICOS GROWTH LAST YEAR MEXICANS SENT HOME 14-BILLION DOLLARS TO THEIR RELATIVES. MANUELGALLEGUS, CBS NEWS MONTERREY MEXICO.))




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The world's largest passenger cruise ship has set sail on her maiden voyage.
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The Queen Mary 2 left its home port of Southampton, England today. Security was very tight as passengers and their baggage were brought on board. The new cruise line took more than five years to build. It is about 10 football fields long and as tall as a 21-story building. More than 26-hundred passengers are on board the Queen Mary 2. Some paid up to 48 thousand dollars for the 14-day journey to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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Fibromyalgia is a painful condition that affects an estimated 10 million Americans. Even more could have it, since the disease is difficult to diagnose and even more difficult to treat. But a new study is finally giving sufferers some relief. Doctor Sean Kenniff has the story.
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((AS AN EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN, DEBORAH KNEW, SOMETHING WAS NOT RIGHT WITH HER BODY.

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"I felt like I was a 30 year old women in an 80 year-old body."
HER BODY ACHED EVERYWHERE, AND EVEN THOUGH SHE SAW DOCTOR AFTER AFTER DOCTOR, AND HAD TEST AFTER TEST. SHE WENT NEARLY A DECADE WITHOUT A DIAGNOSIS.

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"Ugh, you have no idea. Just the frustration (of being bounced and forth from doctor to doctor. Um, it was unbeliveable.)"
THAT'S WHEN DR. BARRY CUTLER, A NEUROLOGIST TOLD HER SHE WAS SUFFERING FROM FIBROMYALGIA. A COMMON AND MYSTERIOUS CONDITION.

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"Unfortunately we don't know exactly what causes it. (It has always been a curious entity to the medical world.")
BRIDGE: (Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami) But now doctors are beginning to unravel parts of that mystery. Most experts now think the cause of Fibromyalgia isn't in the muscles, or the joints of the body...But rather in the brain.

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"We have found out that in patients with Fibromyalgia. Norepinephrine and Serotonin are reduced in these patients."
AND THAT REDUCTION -- IN THEORY MAKES THE BODY MORE SENSITIVE TO PAIN. THAT'S WHY DR. CUTLER IS INVESTIGATING A DRUG THAT RAISES THE LEVELS OF BOTH NEUROTRANSMITTERS, HOPING IT CAN HELP THOSE WITH THE DISEASE.

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"We are studying a medication that inhibits the reuptake of those chemicals, so the brain has more of those chemicals."
NOW ON THE MEDICATION DEBORAH FEELS HER DECADE OF PAIN IS FAR BEHIND HER.

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"It's made a tremendous effect. Now I feel human."
Anchor Tag: THE MEDICATION IS STILL IN CLINICAL TRIALS AND IT IS NOT KNOW WHEN OR IF IT WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC. THE PRESUMPTION IS, IF THE MEDICATION WORKS IT WILL PROBABLY HAVE TO BE TAKEN FOR A LONG TIME, PERHAPS EVEN LIFE. DR. SEAN KENIFF CBS NEWS.))


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Brace yourself for a windy night. Robin has the complete weather story just ahead.
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And meet the would-be matador who challenged lions at a zoo. Cameras were rolling -- we'll tell you how it ended.
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A man leaps into a lion's pen at a zoo and challenges one of the animals to a fight- and we're not lying.
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Now a psychiatrist is examing the man.
It happened at the Buenos Aires Zoo in Argentina, and part of what followed was caught on tape by a zoo visitor. Zoo officials say 22 year old Lucas Tomas (toe-MAHSS) jumped into the pen, took off his jacket, and egged the lions on. One of the lions ended up sitting atop the man, patting him with his paw, but causing no serious injuries. A tranquilizer dart sedated the animal, allowing rescue personnel to pull the would-be matador from the lion area.
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Roger Clemens will return to baseball, but not as a Yankee. Mike Stevens is next with details.
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We have new school closing information to pass along to you for tomorrow.
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[Take Schooltouch Full] As we told you earlier, Craig County Middle School will be closed tomorrow because of some broken pipes. Now you can add a Pittsylvania County School to the list. Gretna Elementary is closed tomorrow because of heating problems.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. For those of you baseball fans who think the Yankees always get their way - guess again.
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In the ultimate Texas two-step - Roger Clemens has followed his former Yankees pitching mate Andy Pettitte to Houston and joined the Astros. Clemens was supposedly retired, but today the six-time Cy Young award winner agreed to a one year $5 million dollar contract. It is a homecoming of sorts for "The Rocket" who pitched in college at the University of Texas.
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In one other oldie, but a goodie move from the NFL front Dan Marino has been hired as the director of football operations. Since retiring, Marino has been a commentator for CBS and HBO.

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A couple of days after welcoming Joe Gibbs back to Washington, the news just gets better and better for Redskins' fans. The Washington Post is reporting that Darrell Green will join Gibbs' staff as an assistant coach. Green has not yet confirmed his return, but his admiration for Gibbs is very evident.
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More on the Redskins and the new wrath of discipline the players are about to face tonight on News 7 at Six.

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The Express does not play again until Saturday against Florida. Roanoke's Southern Division is the ECHL's only division that has FIVE teams with 20 or more wins
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The Express played this weekend without four players on call ups but are still 20-15 and 2.
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Coming up at six, more from the Express in another edition of Round House Wrap up.

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Wall Street starts the week on the rise, but not by much. Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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Michael Jackson fans are planning a big show of support at his Friday arraignment for child molestation charges. Jermaine Jackson says the family is overwhelmed at the support. Chris Lawrence has more from Los Angeles.
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((If the Michael Jackson case has truly become a circus by Friday its going to need a bigger tent.

(Jermaine Jackson/Brother of Michael Jackson)

He is innocent. My brother is innocent.
As Michael Jackson is being arraigned on child sex abuse charges, his brother will be supporting a rally outside the courthouse one that could bring fans from all over the world.

(Diana Dalo/Jackson Supporter)

From places as far as Spain, France, England, Canada, Mexico, Japan and of course from all over the United States.

(Chris Lawrence/CBS News)

Jacksons fans plan to have a caravan of cars and busses leaving from all over the area Santa Monica to San Diego, Las Vegas and LA.
Theyre all traveling to Santa Maria, some to protest right outside.

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We feel the District Attorney has a personal vendetta against Michael.
But organizer Najee Ali says he harbors no grudge against the DA.

(Najee Ali/Jackson Supporter)

Let me be clear: Im not a fan of Michael Jackson. Im a fan of justice first. And I love children first and foremost. And if Michael Jackson is found guilty, Ill be the first to say lock him up and throw away the key.
As his fans get organized, Michael Jacksons legal team is doing likewise. His lawyers and financial advisors have been meeting Monday to figure out how the singer will run his business while fighting the charges against him. Chris Lawrence, CBS News, Los Angeles.))

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It's been missing for some 70 years.
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[VO-NAT 11 CBS: Civil War Sword Returned ]

Tonight an historic sword is back at the U-S Naval Academy.
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[Closing Animation] The story at Eleven.