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Coming from as far away as Europe and Asia, fans of Michael Jackson gather in California to rally for their idol as he arrives for his arraignment on child molestation charges.
A live update, straight ahead.
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And, a prominent judge in the area is hospitalized with a brain aneurysm.
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Sunny and dry today a bit warmer tomorrow we do have a chance for some late day showers. I'll have your weekend forecast.

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Stay with us News 7 at noon, starts right now.

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Michael Jackson fans climb aboard the "caravan of love" to join their idol in Santa Maria, California for his arraignment today on child molestation charges.
Last night, supporters held candlelight vigils in honor of the pop star outside the courthouse and at Jackson's Neverland Ranch.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
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The media circus has come to town in Santa Maria, California.
Hundreds of Michael Jackson supporters have been chanting and waving signs outside the courthouse.
It's the pop star's first court appearance since he learned two months ago that he would be charged with molesting a boy.
Elizabeth Sanchez joins us from Santa Maria with the latest.
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(( Pkge:
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YEARS OF RUMORS AND ACCUSATIONS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT HAVE FINALLY CAUGHT UP WITH MICHAEL JACKSON.
THE KING OF POP IS OFFICIALLY CHARGED WITH 7 COUNTS OF LEWD CONTACT WITH A CHILD AND 2 COUNTS OF ADMINISTERING AN INTOXICATING AGENT TO A MINOR. THE CRIME ALLEGEDLY TOOK PLACE WITH A 12 YEAR OLD CANCER VICTIM AT JACKSON'S NEVERLAND RANCH.

SOT: HARLAND BRAUN/DEFENSE ATTORNEY

"THESE CHARGES ARE EXTREMELY SERIOUS, IT WOULD BE LIFE ENDING FOR MICHAEL JACKSON TO BE CONVICTED OF ANY OF THESE CHARGES."
JACKSON...WHO SAYS HE'S INNOCENT... WILL BATTLE THE CHARGES WITH A SO CALLED DREAM TEAM OF ATTORNEYS...THAT NOW INCLUDES BENJAMIN BRAFMAN. HE'S THE MAN WHO HELPED WIN ACQUITTAL FOR P DIDDY COMBS ON BRIBERY AND WEAPONS CHARGES IN 2001.

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OUTSIDE, WHAT'S SHAPING UP TO BE THE MOST TALKED ABOUT CELEBRITY TRIAL SINCE O-J SIMPSON...THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION WAS ALREADY IN SESSION.

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SOT: MOS



(NATZ FROM CARAVAN OF LOVE)


EARLIER THIS MORNING....JACKSON SUPPORTERS BOARDED BUSES IN L.A. AND LAS VEGAS FOR WHAT THEY CALLED A "CARAVAN OF LOVE" TO THE COURTHOUSE HERE IN SANTA BARBARA COUNTY.))

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An roadside bomb explosion in Baghdad has killed one Iraqi child and injured three others.
The blast happened after U-S soldiers approached a suspicious device to inspect it.
There are no reports of any American casualties.
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Yesterday, a landmine killed three Iraqi civilians.
Authorities say the landmine exploded under a bus in Tikrit.
The bus was driving to the university, carrying students when the blast happened.
Sources say the landmine was intended for coalition forces.
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Authorities say the suspect in the murders of a Pennsylvania family is dead following a police chase and an apparent suicide.
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Donald Barnhart was suspected of killing his girlfriend's sister, brother-in-law and 19-month-old niece.
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The three were found shot to death Tuesday in their mobile home.
Authorities say they believe Barnhart himself set off some kind of explosive device and blew up his car, after state police started chasing him about 30 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Barnhart's girlfriend, meanwhile, has been jailed on murder conspiracy charges.
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A judge serving Botetourt and Rockbridge Counties is hospitalized.
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Circuit Court Judge George Honts suffered a brain aneurysm on Wednesday. He was taken to the U-V-A Medical Center where he is listed in "good" condition. Substitute judges will handle the caseload until Honts can return.
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The 25th Judicial Circuit has already been using temporary judges in Bath and Alleghany Counties since Judge Duncan Byrd died in a car crash in July. Former legislator Bo Trumbo is expected to be elected to that seat in the current General Assembly session.

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Vinton Mayor Don Davis will not be running for re-election this year.
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Davis says he has enjoyed serving the town over the last 15 years; but is ready to spend some time traveling, and will enjoy having some free time. He has served as the Mayor of Vinton for the last four years.
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Elections will be held May 4th. Town Councilman Brad Grose is currently the only candidate running for Mayor.

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Virginia's Democratic primary is still several weeks away, but one of the eight presidential hopefuls is already making his presence known.
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Today supporters of General Wesley Clark announced the opening of his central Virginia headquarters in Lynchburg.


They say Clark is the only candidate who can match up against President Bush when it comes to foreign policy and national security.
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((LOUISE WARE/CLARK SUPPORTER: I'M TIRED OF REPUBLICANS FEELING LIKE THEY OWN THIS FLAG. THIS FLAG IS NOT OWNED BY THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, WE'RE JUST AS PATRIOTIC AS THEM. I'M TIRED AND DISGUSTED WITH THEM ACTING LIKE WE'RE UNPATRIOTIC AND CALL US TRAITORS EVEN, BECAUSE WE PROTEST WARS OR WE QUESTION GOVERNMENT POLICIES.))
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Former Fifth District congressman L.F. Payne is the chairman of Clark's Virginia campaign.
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Still to come on the newscast, one local school system may get snowed under by its mild winters. We'll explain after the break.
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Plus, we'll tell you why smoking so- called "light" cigarettes may not be so bright.
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School children in Salem may head back to class after Labor Day.
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Delegate Morgan Griffith says Salem schools
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are in danger of losing an exemption that allows them to start classes in August.
It is based upon the number of snow days a school system takes. Griffith says Salem has not had enough.
The Republican is introducing a bill to keep Salem's school year intact.
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM: OTHERWISE THE SCHEDULE WILL HAVE TO START AFTER LABOR DAY AND WE'RE HOPING TO FIX THAT BECAUE IT WILL CAUSE A GREAT DEAL OF PROBLEMS FOR THE CITY OF SALEM SCHOOLS. ))
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Griffith is also trying to secure funding for building upgrades at the Salem Civic Center.
His bill would allow the center to keep the money it collects for the state's sales tax to pay for renovations.
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Governor Mark Warner came to Roanoke yesterday to pitch his version of tax reform.
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The talk was in conjunction with the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Warner outlined some specifics of the tax plans in his budget. He says a one penny increase in the sales tax is needed to keep transportation, health care, and education afloat.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER; SMALL BUSINESSES NEED A QUALIFIED AND TRAINED WORKFORCE. IF WE DON'T HAVE GOOD SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES, THEY ARE NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO GET THAT WORKFORCE. SMALL BUSINESSES WANT THE STATE TO COME IN AND HELP ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. IF THE STATE IS BROKE, THEN THE STATE CAN'T MAKE THE INVESTMENTS IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THAT IS NECESSARY.)) ((JOHN WILLIAMSON/ROANOKE REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE; SMALL BUSINESSES THAT ARE IN RETAIL DEALING WITH CIGARETTE SALES WILL HAVE SOME CONCERNS WITH SOME OF THE PROPOSALS, BUT THE ONLY WAY TO DEVELOP A BALANCED PROPOSAL IS TO DO THAT, AND NOT EVERY SEGMENT OF BUSINESS WILL BE EQUALLY IMPACTED. ))
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Governor Warner says he's encouraged by an alternate tax reform plan introduced in the Senate, because it shows the General Assembly is willing to tackle the issue.
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The words "light" or "mild" on a pack of cigarettes may lead a smoker to believe the product is less damaging.
But after analyzing years of lung cancer deaths, researchers have found that ALL filtered cigarettes carry a similar danger.
Doctor Mallika Marshall has more.
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PKGE:
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WHEN IT COMES TO CIGARETTES SMOKERS HAVE ALL KINDS OF CHOICES. FROM REGULAR FILTER AND MEDIUM FILTER.

(SOT-Steve Valerio/Smoker)

"I've gone to Newport mediums in thinking that possibly I'm doing a little less damage".
TO LIGHTS AND EVEN ULTRA-LIGHTS...

(SOT-Ray Karst/Smoker)(!!no font too fast!!)

"the parliament where they have the little cuts in the filter."
BUT A NEW STUDY SAYS ALTHOUGH THEY MAY LOOK DIFFERENT... AND EVEN TASTE DIFFERENT.... THE RISKS ARE THE SAME.

(SOT-Dr. Garay)

"a cigarette is a cigarette is a cigarette."
40 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK THE SURGEON GENERAL ANNOUNCED THAT SMOKING COULD LEAD TO CANCER AND OTHER DEADLY DISEASES. THE GOVERNMENT QUICKLY PUT PRESSURE ON TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS TO MAKE A CIGARETTE WITH LESS TAR.... OR A LIGHT CIGARETTE... HOPING IT WOULD REDUCE THE RISK OF LUNG CANCER. FOUR DECADES LATER RESEARCHERS FROM THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY SAY IT DOESN'T MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

(SOT-Dr. Stuart Garay/Pulmonary Specialist)

"even with very low amounts of tar you still run the risk of lung cancer."
STANDUP: (Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS NEWS/Boston, MA) Tobacco industry representatives don't dispute the finding and say manufacturers never claimed light cigarettes were safer. But what about smokers who thought they may be doing less damage to their body?.

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"does that surprise you at all" - "no" "no" "not really" "no"
SEVERAL COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD HAVE BANNED THE USE OF LANGUAGE SUCH AS "MILD", "LIGHT" OR "LOW TAR" ON CIGARETTE PACKS..... AND THERE IS A PUSH IN THE U-S TO DO THE SAME. BUT THE CHANGE IN PACKAGING IS UNLIKELY TO KEEP MANY SMOKERS FROM WHAT'S INSIDE.

(SOT-Valerio again)

"If I was that upset about it I'd put more effort into not smoking at all."
DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS. ))

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Followers of the Atkins diet are finding more options when they go out to eat.
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Local restaurants and national chains are responding to the low carb diets popularity by offering modified meals low in starchy foods. Famous Anthony's came up with a low-carb menu about four months ago. The president of the chain says low-carb entrees are favored by about fifteen percent of his customers. But one nutritionist says the Atkins diet concerns her because the body needs some carbohydrates to function.
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((JEANIE REDICK/NUTRITIONIST: AND WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE DON'T EAT ANY CARBS, THEN OUR BODY STARTS BURNING MUSCLE AND THAT'S NOT GOOD SO THERE HAS TO BE SOME CARBS.))
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Redick says it's great that people are learning to stay away from white flour, white sugar and processed foods. But she adds some carbs, like those found in brown rice, whole grains, fruits and veggies, are good for the body.
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Coming up next on the newscast, if she's a little WEEZIE,you'll have to forgive the latest celebrity getting a star on the walk of fame.
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Then a little later, Lynchburg gets a surprise guest for the latest Survivor auditions.
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She took her own sweet time.
But, now the world knows who had the second winning Powerball ticket from the New Years Eve drawing.
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Lisa Ensor of York, Pennsylvania picked up a check for 60-million dollars yesterday.
She opted for the lump sum cash payout.
The 42-year old machine operator kept it secret for over two weeks, even from most of her family and friends.
Ensor says she'd kept the ticket in a safe- deposit box while getting legal and financial advice.
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She hasn't decided how to spend her half of the jackpot, but says she's now planning a larger reception for her upcoming wedding.
The other winning ticket, meanwhile, was held by a North Carolina couple.
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She stood her ground against an often obnoxious husband on the T-V's long- running sitcom, "The Jeffersons."
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Actress Isabel Sanford, who played "Weezy", yesterday received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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((ISABEL SANFORD/ACTRESS: THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING. THANK YOU FOR RECOGNIZING MY WORTH. ))
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Before starring on television, Sanford was a Broadway actress for over 30 years.
"The Jeffersons" premiered in 19-75, and ran for 11 years.
Since then, Sanford has continued acting-- most recently appearing in a series of Old Navy commercials with "Jeffersons" co-star Sherman Hemsley.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN four points. The NASDAQ has gained 14.

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Coming up in sports,
The Hokies hope to fly over the Hurricanes tomorrow
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and William and Mary has a force that UVA may regret ever losing. Details on that are in today's ACC connection.
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This week's ACC Connection centers around a former U-V-A hot shot that the team could use these days.
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[GO TO ACC CONNECT PINNACLE] A decade ago Ted Jeffries was closing out a stellar career at Virgnia. Now he's in his first year at William & Mary.
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((TED JEFFRIES:)) ((TONY SHAVER:)) ((TERRY HOLLAND:)) (( Jeffries started 127 games in the UVa career scored 821 points and pulled down 787 rebounds. He earned honorable mention all-ACC honors his senior year, and then the Communications and Rhetoric graduate went to Europe and played professionally for eight years. ((TED JEFFRIES:)) This weekend on WDBJ - Carolina will try to bounce back after it's loss to Maryland as hosts U-Conn Saturday at 3:30. Truth is the 9th Heels may have been playing above their heads all season long. ((ROY WILLIAMS:)) And Saturday night - More ACC action as Georgia Tech plays host to Maryland in a 8pm tip-off here on Your Hometown Station.))

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Virginia Tech's looking for Big East win number two tomorrow when it hosts Miami. Walk-on Chris Tucker -
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a Lord Botetourt grad- has appeared in just 7 games, averaging 1.4 points per contest, but he's certainly made the Hokies better in practice each day.
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Tucker spent a post-grad year at Fork Union following his days as a Cavalier, and the extra time is paying off.
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[Survivor]


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People applying to be on the Survivor show in Lynchburg last night got some first hand advice.
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((OH MY THAT VOICE. I'D VOTE YOU OFF FIRST ... YOU WOULD??!! I'D VOTE EVERYBODY OFF IF I HAD THE OPTION.))
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Yes, it is Danville native John Dalton... otherwise known as the infamous Johnny Fairplay... He showed up at the second of WDBJ's Survivor casting calls.
Dalton says Survivor's given him movie deals and parts on other television shows.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I had fun]

((JOHN DALTON/SURVIVOR CONTESTANT; I HAD FUN OUT THERE. IT'S THE HARDEST GAME EVER CREATED. IT'S MOSTLY MENTAL AND MENTALLY... CAKE-WALK.))
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By the way about 100 hopeful contestants completed or dropped off an audition last night at River Ridge Mall.
Johnny Fairplay says he's the greatest contestant to ever play the survivor game.
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