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Up next on News 7--

A plan that could change where many Henry County students go to school is about to be voted on this afternoon.
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And, what COULD be a fence- mending summit gets under way today in Mexico.
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Sunshine fills the sky as the wind continues to howl. What will the temperature do? I'll have your forecast.
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Join us for News 7 at noon, straight ahead.
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The future of Henry County's school consolidation plan is once again on the line. A vote is expected within hours.
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The county's School Board is scheduled meet one hour from now on whether to continue the plan -- or to scrap it.

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Last week, the newly-elected board majority voted to suspend the plan. Members wanted a few days to look over the plan, one which would close five schools and combine two middle and two high schools. The board will meet less than an hour from now, and it is supposed to make a decision. We'll have the latest developments on News 7 at 5 and 6.
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It's already called the Lynchburg Regional Airport.. now business leaders in central Virginia feel it should be governed by a "regional" airport authority.
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Members of four local chambers of commerce announced today their support for the formation of an airport authority.
The airport currently 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.
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((MARK COURTNEY/AIRPORT MANAGER: JUST THE FACT THAT YOU HAVE THE OUTLYING COUNTIES HAVING SOME MATTER OF CONTROL AND SAY IN THE FUTURE OF THE AIRPORT, IN TERMS OF ITS GROWTH, IN TERMS OF ITS DIRECTION.))
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The five localities would appoint members to serve on the airport authority.
The chambers of commerce are urging each local governing board to consider the idea.
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[SupCort]


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The U-S Supreme Court is turning away an appeal over the secrecy surrounding government detentions in the wake of Nine-Eleven. Hundreds of foreigners -- nearly all of them Arabs or Muslims --were detained in the months after the terror attacks.
But This morning, the Supreme Court turned away efforts to learn their names, along with other basic information the government has withheld.




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Mending fences-- South of the Border.
After Mexico opposed the war in Iraq, U-S relations with that country have been strained ever since.
As Manuel Gallegus reports, President Bush has a lot riding on this week's Summit of the Americas.
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(( MONTERREY...TWO HOURS FROM THE TEXAS BORDER, IT'S MEXICO'S MODEL INDUSTRIAL CITY. BUT LIKE MUCH OF THIS COUNTRY, NOT FAR FROM THE PLAZAS, THERE IS EXTREME POVERTY...THE LIFE MILLIONS OF MEXICANS HAVE LEFT BEHINDS FOR THE U.S.

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HERE AT A TWO DAY SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS, PRESIDENT BUSH WILL MEET WITH SEVERAL LEADERS FROM BRAZIL TO ARGENTINA TO CHILE. .DISCUSSING ECONOMY, FREE TRADE , CORRUPTION AND AIDS. MANY LEADERS ARE UNHAPPY WITH BUSH...ACCUSING HIM OF NOT KEEPING PROMISES.
AND HE'LL SPEND MUCH OF HIS TIME WITH MEXICO'S PRESIDENT VICENTE FOX..PROMOTING HIS PLAN TO GIVE LEGAL STATUS TO POTENTIALLY MILLIONS OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS.

-SOT-PRESIDENT BUSH

out of commom sense and fairness our laws should allow willing workers to enter our country.
LAST WEEK BUSH'S WORDS WERE WELL-RECEIVED IN MEXICO, AND GAVE FOX A BADLY NEEDED BOOST.

-SOT-VICENTE FOX, PRESIDENT OF MEXICO

I think it's a favorable proposal which we have to learn about in full detail which up to now we don't have."
IT'S ESTIMATED AS MANY AS 11 MILLION ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS LIVE IN THE U.S. --60 PERCENT FROM MEXICO. THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN WOULD GRANT TEMPORARY LEGAL STATUS TO UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS AND GIVE THE OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY THE HUGE TASK OF KEEPING TRACK OF THEM. IT'S GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY AND FOR SECURITY SAY SOME EXPERTS.

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

it's extremely important for the security of this country that we not have a whole class of workers not able to talk to officials"
BUT THE PRESIDENT'S PROPOSAL FACES TOUGH OPPOSITION IN CONGRESS...AND MAY NEVER GAIN GROUND BEFORE THE NOVEMBER ELECTION.
-stand-up-( to come ) BUT ANALYSTS SAY IT MAY NOT SLOW ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION. EVEN PRESIDENT FOX ADMITS AS LONG AS WORKERS MAKE TEN TIMES MORE IN THE U.S. THAN MEXICO, THEY'LL KEEP GOING. MG CBS NEWS MONTERREY
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It's a one- two arctic punch for folks living in the Northeast.
Forecasters are calling for another round of strong winds and below- normal temperatures from Boston to Washington D-C.
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This weekend's bitter cold just made New England fans more rowdy for Saturday night's football game.
But the temperatures also proved to be deadly for at least three people across the region.
Temperatures dropped to record lows in several cities.
Minus 27 in St. Johnsbury, Vermont.
16- blow zero in Syracuse.
7- below in Scranton.
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((JOE BASTARDI/ACCUWEATHER:WE MAY BE LOOKING AT A WEATHER PATTERN OVER THE NEXT TWO WEEKS WHICH IS AS COLD AS ANYTHING WE'VE SEEN IN THE LAST 10, 15 AND IN THE WORST CASE, 25 YEARS. ))
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Forecasters say, in the meantime, those in the northeast should enjoy being in the double digits during the first half of the week.
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[Jackson]


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A caravan of support will greet singer Michael Jackson when he's arraigned Friday on child molestation charges.

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Meanwhile, family members and supporters are holding a news conference today at the Jackson family complex.
That, as more than two dozen Jackson attorneys, accountants, and managers meet in Beverly Hills to discuss the singer's business affairs.
Jackson's public image may also be on the agenda-- especially after his recent "60 Minutes" interview.
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((ED BRADLEY/60 MINUTES: DO YOU STILL THINK ITS OK FOR AN ADULT MALE TO SLEEP WITH CHILDREN? . MICHAEL JACKSON:ABSOLUTELY.)) ((JONATHAN BERNSTEIN/BERNSTEIN CRISIS MANAGEMENT:MICHAEL JACKSON IS TRYING TO DEFEND AN IN DEFENSIBLE POSITION WHEN HE TAKES THAT STANCE. ))
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Meanwhile, Jackson vowed he'll never again live at his Neverland Ranch, following the police raid there.
He's now taken up residence at a Beverly Hills mansion.
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Previous allegations against Jackson may soon propel a Radford publishing company into the national spotlight. Jennifer Wishon has the story.
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((((NATS OF JAMIE AND STEVEN TALKING)) Published authors Jamie Armentrout and Steven Macon met by chance at a book signing about three years ago, and soon learned they had much in common.
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((JAMIE: WE BOTH GOT OUR FIRST BOOKS PUBLISHED ABOUT THE SAME TIME BY DIFFERENT PUBLISHERS AND WE MET AT THE SAME BOOK SIGNINGS. AND WE STARTING TALKING AND HAD RUN INTO SOME OF THE SIMILAR PROBLEMS OTHER FIRST TIME AUTHORS HAD.))
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The biggest challenge was marketing. So they decided to do something about it.
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((JAMIE: WE STARTED A SMALL BULLETIN. WE ADVERTISED OUR WORKS AND SOME OTHER PEOPLE'S WORKS HOPING TO GENERATE SOME... BEGAN TO EVOLVE INTO A QUARTERLY MAGAZINE.))
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The magazine taught the pair how to publish books and in the midst of their project Branch and Vine Publishers was born.
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((STEVEN: BRANCH AND VINE IS A COMPANY DEBRA, MY WIFE, AND I STARTED BACK IN 1995 IN FLORIDA. WE WANTED TO HELP A COUPLE LOCAL AUTHORS GET PUBLISHED.))
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A goal they accomplished, but decided to shut the company down when they moved to Virginia until Macon and Armentrout revived it one year ago.
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: REDEMPTION IS BRANCH AND VINE'S NEWEST BOOK SET TO BE RELEASED LATER THIS MONTH. IT DETAILS THE DETAILS THE CHILD MOLESTATION CHARGES AGAINST MICHAEL JACKSON ABOUT TEN YEARS AGO. ABOUT HALF WAY THROUGH THE EDITING PROCESS OF THIS BOOK NEW CHARGES AGAINST JACKSON SURFACED AND IT WASN'T LONG AFTER THAT THAT THE WHOLE WORLD BECAME INTERESTED IN REDEMPTION.))
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((STEVEN: WE SAID WE NEED TO LET THE WORLD KNOW WE HAVE A BOOK, BECAUSE WE FIGURED WE NEED TO GET A JUMP ON EVERYBODY ELSE AND FROM THERE IT'S JUST BEEN A SNOW BALL THAT KEEPS GETTING BIGGER AND BIGGER.))
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Redemption is written by first time author Geraldine Hughes-- legal secretary of Barry Rothman, who represented the case against Michael Jackson in 1993. So far the book has received both national and international attention- there's even talk of possible movie deals.
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((JAMIE: GOT THE MANUSCRIPT, READ THE MANUSCRIPT AND WERE JUST FLOORED BY WHAT WAS IN IT AND SAID THIS HAS A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF MARKETING POTENTIAL.))
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Redemption goes on sale January 31st. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Radford.))


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Friends and family remember the victim of mountain lion attack. That story is still ahead.
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And yet another twist in the Scott Peterson case. It appears college students may have fudged the numbers for a court-ordered survey.
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The judge who ordered Scott Peterson's murder trial moved from his hometown based part of that decision on a survey conducted by college students.
Now the results of that poll are being questioned.
Gloria Gomez explains.
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sot: Christa Harden: IT'S OBVIOUS THAT THE STUDENTS MADE UP THE RESULTS, AND I HAVE HAD SEVERAL PEOPLE TELL ME THAT THA

T IS WHAT THEY HAVE DONE.
Christa Harden says she knows some of the students who admitted fudging the numbers on a Peterson survey. Christa says the students were handed the assignment close to finals, usually considered crunch time for college students.

sot: STUDENTS, UNDER THE TIME CRUNCH, DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO MAKE THESE PHONE CALLS ON TOP OF FINALS, ON TOP OF THEIR PERS

ONAL COMMITMENTS, AND I LITERALLY SAT THERE WITH HIGHLIGHTERS AND PENCILS AND CIRCLED THE ANSWERS AND MADE THEM UP, ONE AFTER THE OTHER, AND THAT'S WHAT THEY TURNED IT, AND THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE CALLING RESEARCH.
Yet it was that research that impressed the judge in the Peterson case.
Considering the many statistical surveys authored by various experts, and offered by both the defense and the prosecution, the most thorough is that of Dr. Showenthaller (???).
Judge Algeralimy (???) even factored those poll numbers into his decision to move Scott Peterson's murder trial out of Modesto.

Judge sot: YOU'RE ATTEMPTING TO SAY THAT THERE'S VALIDATION TO WHAT YOU DO . . .


I'M SAYING THERE'S VALIDATION, NOT ATTEMPTING TO SAY IT, I'M SAYING THERE IS VALIDATION . . .
As part of a class project, Dr. Steven Shownthaller, a criminal justice professor at Stanislaus State, used sixty-five students to conduct the phone survey. University officials say if the results are bogus, there will be consequences.
Once the students are interviewed, they will make a determination according to policies that are already in place about student dishonesty, if there is any.))

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A California cyclist is being remembered after he was killed in a rare attack by a mountain lion.
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Last night, friends and neighbors lit candles in honor of 35- year- old Mark Reynolds.
His body was found Thursday at an Orange County wilderness park.
Meanwhile, doctors say the condition of a 30- year- old mountain biker, believed to have been attacked by the same lion, is improving.
Ann Hjelle ( YEHL'- uh) has been upgraded to fair condition.
It was her friend who helped save her life.
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((DEBBIE NICHOLS/RESCUED FRIEND FROM MOUNTAIN LION: THERE'S NO TIME TO THINK, IN AN INSTANT LIKE THAT, I JUST KNEW THAT IF I LET GO, HE WOULD, SHE WOULD NOT BE WITH US. ))
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The lion believed to have been behind the attacks has been shot and killed.
Authorities are waiting for D-N-A test results to confirm a match.
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Time is running out if you want to vote next month. That story is next.
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And the people speak. Highlight's from this year's People's Choice awards are still ahead.
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[Registration-Deadline]


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It you would like to vote in Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month and not yet registered, this is the last day for you to do so. You have until 5:00 p.m. to sign up. The primary is on Tuesday, February 10th.

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One of the candidates on the ballot will open five campaign offices across the Commonwealth this week, including one in Roanoke.
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Former 5th district Congressman L-F Payne visited Roanoke yesterday to meet with supporters of Democratic presidential candidate General Wesley Clark. Payne says southwest Virginia voters can probably relate most to Clark, because of his rural upbringing and military background. Clark served in the Army for 38-years, where he became a four-star general. Payne says it's leadership like that which this country needs.
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((I THINK PEOPLE WHEN THEY CHOOSE THEIR PRESIDENT, ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO COULD BE COMMANDER AND CHIEF BECAUSE THAT'S THE PERSON THAT THEY FEEL CAN KEEP THEM AND THEIR FAMILY SAFE AS WE DEAL WITH TERRORISM AND THE OTHER CHALLENGES THAT WE'RE CURRENTLY DEALING WITH, AND I CAN'T THINK OF ANYONE BETTER QUALIFIED TO BE COMMANDER AND CHIEF THAN WESLEY CLARK.))
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According to recent national polls, Clark places second in the Democratic running for president, behind Howard Dean. Payne says Virginia will play a key role in changing that.
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Wall Street starts the week on the rise. At Noon,
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the Dow was UP 17 points. Nasdaq was UP 14 points.
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Great offense, but where's the defense? Still ahead, Dazzle scores in big bunches.
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And it's J.J. versus J.R. when Duke takes on the Cavaliers.
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JJ Redick broke Jeff Lamp's streak of consecutive free throws made and now has 50 in a row.
The Blue Devils also beat the Cavaliers for the 17th time in the last 19 meetings between the two.
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Virginia trailed by 8 at half, and Elton Brown tried to get the Wahoos back in it with 2 of his 13 points.
The Cavaliers' Devin Smith got 5 points and finished with 19 points.
But the Blue Devils put this one away in the second half.
Shelden Williams scored 17 of his 21 points in the final 20 minutes.
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Redick shot 14 points of his own, including this one.
He also had some words for fellow Roanoker JR Reynolds, as Duke rolled to the 93-71 win.
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The Roanoke Dazzle is still near the top of the NBDL standings, holding strong with an 8 and 5 record on the season entering tomorrow's home game against Columbus.
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Roanoke is scoring 99 points a game with one of the league's top offenses.
On the other hand, Dazzle opponents are scoring over 97 points each time out against Roanoke, tied with two other NBDL teams for the most points given up per game.
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The people have spoken-- and they love Ray Ramano and Jennifer Aniston.
The People's Choice Awards is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Christina Penza has more of last night's winners.
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