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Today on News 7 at 5, a Henry County man faces federal charges that he molested his step sons.
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Also the entertainment world loses a longtime childhood favorite.
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It's one of the winter weekend forecasts where nature may throw everything at us. Most of the action will be on Sunday. Details ahead.

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Weather officials are afraid a dam holding back a pond could give way, causing flooding downstream.
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On Healthcheck, the Food and Drug Administration says consumers need to be more careful with over the counter pain relievers.
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Plus the Mars Rover finally phones home, but NASA may not like what its hearing.

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The nation says goodbye to a children's television icon.
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Bob Keeshan, who was better known to generations of children as Captain Kangaroo, died today at the age of 76.
Keeshan never planned to be a children's show host. He wanted to be a lawyer. But as Sharon Alfonsi tells us three generations of children are glad he changed his mind.
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(( With his big pockets and bushy mustache, Bob Keeshan lured three generations of children to learn along with him.

Now, the man best known as Captain Kangaroo, has died in Vermont. His family says Keeshan who was 76 had suffered from a long illness.

The Captain Kangaroo show entertained children for more than 30 years. Making it the longest running children's show in Network history. But before he was known as the Captain, Keeshan, a former Marine, wore the costume of one of the best loved clowns of all time.

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After more than six years of hamming it up with Howdy, Keeshan shed the clowns costume and decided to create his own Children's program. Keeshan wanted a a slower paced and soothing show for kids. Captain Kangaroo was born.

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Keeshan oversaw every aspect of the award-winning show down to choosing the commercials. The show was not filmed live and had no children in the cast. Instead, Keeshan spoke directly to the camera. His reason? He didn't want anything to come between him and his small fans. And nothing did. For 30 years, the Captain steered television programming into it's own unique direction taking thousands of children along for the ride.

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..... about children's programming-entertaining and educations.)

It may have been his big overcoat with large, kangaroo like pouches that inspired the nickname Captain Kangaroo. But it was Keeshans warm smile and straight talk that inspired so many children. Earning Bob Keeshan a place in their hearts and in television history.))

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Bob Keeshan came to our area several times during his career. We'll look back at some of those tonight on News 7 at 6.

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A Henry County man has been indicted for allegedly molesting his step sons, videotaping it, then transporting the tapes across state lines.
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David Matthew Homer moved from Massachusetts to Virginia last year.
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Federal officials took over the case and indicted Homer for sexual exploitation of children and transportation of child pornography. He is already a convicted sex offender.
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((BECAUSE OF THIS PRIOR CONVICTION, THESE STATUTES MANDATE A MANDATORY MINIMUM 15 YEARS WITHOUT PAROLE IF CONVICTED.))


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Brownlee says the three boys- -now ages eight, 12 and 14- -are living with their natural father.


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Officials say a pond dam in southern Augusta County is in danger of failing, threatening several families downstream.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for the area near Steeles Tavern, saying rain could cause failure that would affect an area east of U-S Route 11 and south of Virginia 608.
A state dam safety engineer, says the dam ``could fail on the next rainfall,'' because a section on top of the dam has eroded to only four feet thick. He says he has requested state officials to have the pond drained.
The privately owned dam holds back a four-acre pond and is at least 46 years old.

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A three alarm fire on a cold night in New Jersey-
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Close to 200 firefighters battled the blaze at an apartment building in Edison- rescuing three people, but they could not save one woman who died in the fire.
The blaze broke out in a building across the street from Middlesex County College.
Flames shot through the roof of the building that houses more than 18 apartments.
No word on what caused the fire.
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To the West in Colorado, Kobe Bryant's case is now focusing on the victim's medical records- and whether they should be allowed in court.
Jennifer Miller has more from Eagle, Colorado.
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FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OPEN COURT KOBE BRYANT'S ATTORNEYS ARGUE HE MAY HAVE BEEN WRONGLY ACCUSED BECAUSE HE IS BLACK.
THE COMMENTS CAME DURING A LEGAL SQUABBLE OVER ACCESS TO NOTES OF A RAPE CRISIS CENTER EMPLOYEE....WHO SAT IN ON AN INTERVIEW WITH BRYANT'S ACCUSER.
THE DEFENSE HAS ALREADY SUGGESTED BIAS, SAYING ANTI-BRYANT T-SHIRTS COLLECTED BY STAFF IN THE SHERIFF'S AND DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICES ARE RACIST. LEGAL EXPERT KAREN STEINHAUSER. KAREN STEINHAUSER/LEGAL EXPERT If you re already biased toward believing something how can you continue then to do an impartial investigation.
BRYANT IS ACCUSED OF RAPING A 19-YEAR-OLD WOMAN AT A COLORADO RESORT. HE SAYS THE SEX WAS CONSENSUAL.
TO PROTECT THE WOMAN'S PRIVACY, THE COURT IS HEARING ARGUMENTS TO OPEN HER MEDICAL RECORDS...BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. THE DEFENSE SAYS SHE HAS BI-POLAR DISORDER. AND THEY SAY TWO SUICIDE ATTEMPTS AND A PRESCRIPTION FOR ANTI-PSYCHOTIC DRUGS COULD SHOW SHE SCHEMED AGAINST BRYANT.
MEDICAL RECORDS ARE TYPICALLY PRIVATE. BUT BRYANT'S ATTORNEYS SAY THE WOMAN WAIVED THAT RIGHT BY TALKING WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY NOW CALLED AS WITNESSES.
GUSS GUARINO/LEGAL EXPERT You can t start spreading it around to some people and then still preserve it. If you break that privilege you ve broken the privilege. AN UNEXPECTED TWIST WAS BRYANT'S ARRIVAL. THE LARGE SUV HE USUALLY RIDES IN ... DROVE UP WITHOUT HIM. BRYANT SNEAKED IN THE BACK.
JENNIFER MILLER/CBS NEWS: DEPUTIES HAVE MET WITH BRYANT'S PERSONAL GUARDS AND INSIST THOSE INVOLVED IN THE CASE HAVE NOT RECEIVED THREATS. BUT THEY ARE UPPING SECURITY AND MAKING ARRIVALS LESS ROUTINE.))

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A local minister is honored for his work with the community. We'll have his story after the break.
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and NASA officials hear from the MARS Rover, but they may not be able to do much to fix all its problems.
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Earth to Mars has now received a response.
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The Mars Rover communicated with NASA for 20 minutes today- after two days of quiet.
Engineers say the rover is in critical condition as it sits on the surface of mars.. and it's likely to remain in one place for weeks.
Eengineers are looking at limited information it's sending back and trying to figure out how to diagnose the problem.

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((PETE THEISINGER/MARS ROVER PROJECT: WE BELIEVE BASED UPON EVERYTHING WE KNOW RIGHT NOW that WE CAN SUSTAIN THE CURRENT STATE OF OF THE SPACECRAFT FOR A SUBSTANTIAL PERHAPS AN INDEFINITE PERIOD OF TIME.))
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Engineers say Spirits also been staying up all night when it should be shut down and that could draw down its batteries.
A team is taking data, analyzing it and preparing a plan of action for the days to follow
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The Mars expedition is keeping Radford's Planetarium busy.
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Calls are coming in daily from local school groups wanting to see the facility's Mars Quest show.
The Planetarium is even putting pictures from the Spirit Rover on the big screen.
We caught up with a several dozen home-schooled kids getting a special look at the red planet.
Most of them told us the show was "very cool."
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((BROOKE WALLCRAFT:IT SHOWED LIKE SOME ACTUAL PICTURES OF THE CUSHIONS THAT THEY ARE PLANNING TO LAND ON AND STUFF AND UM I THOUGHT IT WAS REALLY NEAT AND I STILL THINK IT'S NEAT. HOPE:TO KNOW THAT THIS IS REALLY REAL THAT THEY COULD LAND ON MARS AND IT'S NOT FAKE LIKE THEY'RE MAKING IT UP LIKE FAIRY STORIES.))
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Mars Quest is being shown on Tuesday's and Thursdays at 7:30 in the evening and on Saturdays at 11 in the morning.


The shows are free and open to anyone.
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For ten years, he's been helping people who have nowhere else to turn.. and today a Danville minister was honored for his service to the community.
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Danville police chief Phil Broadfoot presented the Reverend Larry Hill with a plaque thanking him for the help he's provided the department over the years.
Reverend Hill runs a homeless shelter on Claiborne Street that houses and feeds people who find themselves out on the street.
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((REV. LARRY HILL/AWARD RECIPIENT: THERE'S NO OTHER PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO GO, WE ARE IT. AND YOU KNOW SOMETIMES PEOPLE JUDGE PEOPLE BY THE WAY THEY LOOK, BY THE WAY THEY ACT. WE GET PRISONERS OUT OF PRISON AND NOBODY WANTS THEM. THEY'VE SERVED THEIR TIME, I'M NOT SAYING WHAT THEY DID WAS RIGHT BECAUSE IT WASN'T BUT WE STILL TRY TO HELP.))
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Broadfoot says Hill always responds whenever they call him in the day or night.
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In health check tonight,
The FDA has launched a new campaign to warn consumers about the potential health risks of over-the-counter pain relievers like Tylenol and aspirin.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Jean, The FDA says many people don't realize how easy it is to overdose or mix the wrong medications.
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And the FDA says that leads to hospitalizations and even death in some cases.
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Overdosing on over-the-counter medications may be easier than you realize. Take for example, acetaminophen or as it's more commonly known as Tylenol. Many over the counter cough suppressants, cold medications and even prescriptions include it as a main ingredient.
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You even have to be careful mixing prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs. Sometimes the combination could cause an adverse reaction.
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That's why Pharmacist Jim Roberts says it's best to have a professional help you read the label.
And always take the medication according they what it is prescribed, dosage and all.
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Just to give you an idea of how it easy to have an accidental overdose. There are than 6-hundred different medications with acetaminophen or Tylenol as the main ingredient.
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Robin Reed is up next with the weekend forecast.
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[VO] Then following that, Steve Mason says the Valley is rolling out the mats for the regions biggest wrestling tournament.


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Coming up today following our marketwatch report,
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we'll catch up with a young Hollywood celebrity who says he wants to go from PUNK to serious actor.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Friday ticker which starts on the wrestling mat. The Big Orange Wrestling tournament got underway today.
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The Two day tournament involves 224 wrestlers from 16 different area teams. Christiansburg is back to defend its title and while the Blue Demons are chasing a third straight Big Orange crown, everyone agrees this year's field is the toughest to date.
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One other wrestling note. Due to the possibility of snow tomorrow, Big Orange tournament officials will wrestle straight through Saturday without a break in hopes of finishing the tourney by six PM.


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To the hard wood, Virginia visits A-C-C rival Florida State tonight at seven o'clock. The Cavaliers are 2-and-3 in the A-C-C and 8-and-8 on the season. They lost their last game to top-ranked Duke, 63-to-52.
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On the men's side, Virginia travels to A-C-C rival North Carolina tomorrow for a noon tip. The Cavaliers are 12-and-4 overall and 2-and-3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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The Tarheels are hurting after an overtime loss to Florida State. Roy Williams is dealing with lack of depth among other things.
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The Virginia Tech men's team is on the road tomorrow against Seton Hall at seven PM. The Lady Hokies are back in action at Cassell Coliseum tomorrow at two o'clock against Boston College.

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The top seeds are in round four at the Australian Open. On the men's side, Andy Roddick beat Taylor Dent 6-2, 6-love and 6-2.
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The man who has discovered the fountain of youth, Andre Agassi (AG'-uh-see) advanced with a 6-love, 6-3, 6-3 win over Sweden's Thomas Enqvist (EHNK'-vist), Agassi also moves on to the fourth round and extends his Australian win streak to 24 straight matches.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, more from the Big Orange and the Carolina panthers talk about the Super Bowl. Don't go away, Jean will be back with more News 7 at five in a moment.

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On Wall Street today, the stock markets were mixed to finish the trading week with the Dow Jones industrial average posting its first weekly decline in nine weeks. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Ashton Kutcher is trying to make the journey from teen heart-throb and Demi's Boy Toy to a serious actor in the thriller "Butterfly Effect."
Scott Raport has more.
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((Nat/Sot movie "Do you think we'll be together forever?"
THAT AIN'T DEMI MOORE HE'S TALKING TO.
Nat/Sot Charlie's Angel's trailer 4:58 Demi "Oooops." Nat/Sot Trailer "Uhhh Agggh."
Nat/Sot Trailer Explosion, scream "Damn you."
AND THIS IS NOT...
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YOUR TYPICAL...
Nat/Sot Trailer "ahhh" clip room goes weird...he goes nuts
ASHTON KUTCHER SHTICK FLICK.
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Sot: Scott "In this movie you got murder, attempted suicide, prison sex, child pornography... Ashton "A" tape "Mmmm."
Nat/Sot Trailer Nat/Sot Trailer
Sot: Scott "You made a movie the whole family can see."
Sot: Ashton laughs "Yeah. Well, not really."
Nat/Sot IN THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT...HOLLYWOODS "IT BOY"...
Nat/Sot "MOM!"
BUFFLY BASHES,
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BLEEDS AND BARFS HIS WAY THRU THIS DARK, VIOLENT, THRILLER...AS A GUY WHO HAS THE UNLIKELY ABILITY TO GO BACK IN TIME AND CHANGE THE PAST....

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WHICH IS NOT ALWAYS A GOOD THING...
Nat/Sot "BOOM"
Nat/Sot Movie clip Amy Smart "Hah." Nat/Sot Ashton "Heh."
Nat/Sot HIS HOOKER TO HOTTIE TRANSFORMATION ON CO-STAR AMY SMART INEVITABLY LEADS TO VARYING DEGREES OF CANOODLING. WHICH APPARENTLY WASN'T A BAD THING.
Nat/Sot "Uhh huh. Incredible. Thanks."
Sot: Scott "Those kissing scenes... Not too hard to take. Amy No, it's my job. Scott You managed to suffer thru it.
Nat/Sot Behind the scenes clip - "We'll be right back." he ducks under covers w/Amy Smart.
Sot: I didn't really suffer. Scott Didn't look like it. Amy No. laughs
THEN THERE'S THE WOMAN ASHTONS BEEN SHARING HIS OFF-SCREEN KISSES WITH FOR NINE MONTHS NOW...
Nat/Sot Charlie's Angel's trailer - demi "JUST HAVING A LITTLE FUN."
AND YOU KNOW WE JUST HAD TO ASK.
Sot:Scott "Millions of love struck women out there have to know. You got any plans on getting hitched.?"
Sot:Ashton Not as of now."
Sot: Scott "You ever talk about it?"
Sot: shton "No."
Sot: Scott "Got a proposal for you. I'm getting married in 2 weeks. Ashton Yeah. Scott "What do you think. You and Demi. Double ceremony. The place is paid for. You'll love the Rabbi."
Sot: cut to Ashton "What do you think." Ashton No. I'm not getting married. smiles No." laughs
BUT YOU CAN CATCH HIS LATEST ENGAGEMENT IN THEATERS NOW. SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS...NEW YORK.))
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