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Coming up today on News 7 at 5, the city of Radford fires its police chief.
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Also vandals causes thousands of dollars in damage to a Roanoke Church.
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A strong front heading east means very windy conditions overnight, snow likely in the mountains and rather cold temperatures for the next few days.

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Also today, a convicted child molestor is found dead in his cell in a state prison.
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On Health Check, a Roanoke doctor brings back the tradition of the house call.
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and legislators return to work for the opening of the General Assembly in Richmond. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((TONY COX/CITY MANAGER:YESTERDAY CHIEF TERRY WAS TERMINATED FROM HIS POSITION AS CHIEF OF POLICE. HE NOTIFIED YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. IT WAS EFFECTIVE YESTERDAY. ))
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The City of Radford begins the search for a new chief of police.
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Today it became official. After 33 years of service and three as Chief Wes Terry is losing his job.
He was fired yesterday,
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but the police department was not given official notice until today.
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Wesley's had been suspended from the force since October after a special grand jury indicted him on several misdemeanor charges concerning an alleged illegal search.
City Manager Tony Cox won't say why Terry was fired; only calling it a personnel issue.
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((TONY COX:I GAVE THEM ABOUT THE SAME LEVEL OF DETAIL I GAVE YOU IN TERMS OF THE SITUATION OF CHIEF TERRY. THAT'S HE'S NO LONGER WITH US AND I WON'T TALK ABOUT DETAILS OF PERSONNEL ACTIONS. I SPOKE ABOUT SEVERAL ISSUES AND JUST TRIED TO BRING THEM UP TO DATE ON WHAT WAS GOING ON.))
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In a statement released today, Terry said quote "I remain confident that the criminal justice system will deal appropriately with these misdemeanor indictments. I regret that the city did not await the "outcome of the criminal justice process" prior to addressing my employment status."
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Commander Gary Harmon will be the acting chief until a search is conducted to name a permanent replacement.

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A convicted sex offender, who the state fought to keep behind bars was found dead in prison last night.
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An employee at Sussex One State Prison found 64 year old Richard Ausley strangled in his cell that he shared with another inmate.
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In 1973, Ausley kidnapped 13 year old Paul Martin Andrews, buried him in a box and repeatedly molested him for more than a week.
Today, Andrews said quote "this is not what I wanted for him. I don't hate Richard Ausley."
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State lawmakers returned to Richmond this afternoon setting the stage for a battle over the budget.
Tonight Governor Warner will present a State of the Commonwealth address that holds the promise of new jobs for Southside.
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Joe Dashiell is at Capitol Square tonight with more.
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Our live coverage of Governor Warner's State of the Commonwealth Address will begin tonight at 7 right here on your hometown station.

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A Roanoke Church is rebuilding after vandalism early this week.
On Monday, officials at Mount Moriah (Marya) Baptist Church found the sanctuary in shambles.
News 7's Susan Bahorich (Ba-whore-ick) went to the church today.
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Susan, what are parishioners going to do this Sunday?
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Jean, luckily for the folks at Mount Moriah, they only meet once a month during the wintertime. So, by the next time they meet everything will be cleaned up.

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But, for the time-being "this" is what church members are dealing with: broken windows, shattered glass and a general mess everywhere you look. It's not the first time vandals have hit, but this is the first time damage has been this severe.
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((PLEASANT: THE FLEW WAS KNOCKED DOWN A FEW YEARS AGO, SOME PEOPLE THROW A ROCK, BUT WE CAN REPLACE THAT. BUT OF THIS MAGNITUDE, WE'RE GOING TO NEED A LITTLE HELP, INSURANCE IS GOING TO GIVE A LITTLE BUT- WE'RE GOING TO GET BACK IN AS SOON AS WE CAN.))
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Roanoke City Police were on the scene today as well, looking for any clues to indicate who caused this damage and why.

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It seems some other businesses in the area were also vandalized in the same time-frame the church had been, so detectives are looking to see if the crimes are connected.
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Jean, Roanoke Police are asking if anyone saw anything suspicious on East Orange Avenue this weekend or early Monday morning to give them a call.

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An American Airlines flght is evacuated this afternoon just before takeoff from Dallas- Fort Worth-
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.. that, after the flight crew discovered what they described as a suspicious device.
65 passengers on the flight were taken off the plane and bused back to the terminal- while K-9 and bomb squads sweep the aircraft.
The flight was getting ready to take off from Dallas headed to Charlotte.
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Designers have unveiled their final plans for the World Trade Center memorial. We'll take a look after the break.
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Also President Bush wants to send astronauts to worlds beyond our own, but some say Americans may not want to pay the fare.
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President Bush is shooting for the moon as he unveils an ambitious plan for renewing space exploration.
But is his mission to mars a mission impossible?
Teri Okita reports.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH WANTS TO PUSH THE LIMITS OF THE FINAL FRONTIER PLEDGING TO GO WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE. President Bush: HIS PLAN MODELED, IN PART, AFTER THE 1960S APOLLO PROGRAM CALLS FOR A PERMANENT BASE ON THE MOON WITHIN 20-YEARS AND EVENTUALLY, A MANNED MISSION TO MARS.
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The final ground zero memorial design is unveiled today in New York.
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It's called "Reflecting Absence" and is made up of twin reflecting pools surrounded by trees.
The updated version of the memorial is greener.
The main museum area and interpretive center are now underground. It will display artifacts from the fallen towers.
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((GEORGE PATAKI/NEW YORK GOVERNOR: BELOW GROUND PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO GET RIGHT TO THE BEDROCK TO BE ABLE TO SEE THE SIGHTS WHERE SO MANY OF OURHEROES AND FELLOW NEW YORKERS AND FRIENDS LOST THEIR LIVES.)) ((MICHAEL BLOOMBERG/NEW YORK MAYOR: IT'S GOING TO BE A THOUGHTFUL PLACEWHERE PEOPLE SAY ENVER AGAIN AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO LET TERRORISTS BEAT US.))
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Reflecting Absence will be built in the footprints where the twin towers once stood.
It was chosen from more than 5-thousand submissions from 63 nations and 49 states.
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In health check tonight,
It's the way medicine use to be practiced --when doctors would come to YOUR home for the visit.
Right now there aren't many doctors who make house calls...
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But tonight Joy Sutton introduces us to one doctor in this area who is.
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Jean,
Dr. Alice Inouye started Jubilee House Calls in November.
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She's hoping to reach out the elderly patients who can't get out to a doctor's office.
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...some mornings Ann Divers doesn't even have the strength to get out of bed -- never mind trying to make it to the doctor office.
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But now she doesn't have to --Dr. Inouye comes to her.
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Inouye saw a need in the Roanoke Valley for people who are in the later stages of life.
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((I THINK THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES HAS BEEN TO SEE PEOPLE THAT HAVE NEGLECTED THEIR HEALTH CARE FOR LONGS PERIODS OF TIME BECAUSE IT'S SO DIFFICULT FOR THEM TO GET IN. A LOT OF THEM HAVE SMALL COMPLAINTS THAT REALLY HINDER THEM ENJOYING WHAT TIME THEY HAVE))
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That includes attending not only to the patients medical needs but their emotional and spiritual ones as well.
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Divers says Dr. Inouye is an angel.
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For more information about Jubilee House Calls call 540-265-1414. Dr. Inouye offers a variety of care including assistance with prescriptions, physical exams, wound care, and blood work.
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Coming up today in Sports,
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[VO] Steve Mason will show us some local basketball players who are shooting for more.
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Stay with us, Hometown Hoops Weekly is next. Then following that, Brent Watts will tell us what is being done to keep the memory of some communities from fading away.
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It is now time for our mid week sports ticker. Wednesday always means high school basketball. Here's Steve Mason with another edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((The McDonald's All-American game looks, in some respects, like a circus with all of the acrobatic dunks. And while the game is entertaining to the fans, it represents a trend that has some of the basketball community a little worried. Curtis Staples, the NCAA career three points leader, continues to hone his skills with the Roanoke Dazzle. ((:))
In six games against Roanoke Catholic's J.R. Reynolds, Cave Spring's Billy Hicks feared the guards penetration over his shot, but Hicks says the UVa freshman has improved. ((:))
But three point marksmanship is not the only target for high school coaches. Parry McCluer's Nelson Fox has been a high school head coach for 25 years. ((:))
Dunks are fun to practice, but what about work from the charity stripe. J.J. Redick extremely disciplined in his shooting practice routines. ((:))
And coaches at all levels, even the pros, say the formula to improve your shooting is simple. Practice. ((:))
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On Wall Street today, the stock markets regained yesterdays loses and then some as they closed broadly higher.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Communites come in all shapes and sizes, and some are more well-known than others. A Blacksburg group has embarked on a project to search, study, and document the "lost" communities throughout the state. Their findings are part of an exhibit inside the O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke. Brent Watts has a tour.
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