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Today on News 7 at 5, Henry County authorties believe they have caught the man responsible for a rash of bank robberies.
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Also the Roanoke Rescue Mission says it is seeing hundreds of new faces this winter.
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Sunshine returned today but temperatures were slow to rebound. We will have better luck tomorrow getting to near 40. Details ahead.

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A former inspector says he was wrong when he said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
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A computer virus that is infecting P-C's across the globe causes problems for Virginia Tech.
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Plus we'll tell you what a local museum is doing to make sure a rare piece of history doesn't become a thing of the past.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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The cold winter weather is driving more people in the Roanoke Valley to seek shelter.
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Recent snow storms have been tough on people all over the Valley, but especially the area's needy and homeless. Numbers at the Rescue Mission of Roanoke are higher than than ever.
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News 7's Susan Bahorich visited the shelter today and now joins us? Susan, how cramped are things at the rescue mission? Jean, The Rescue Mission of Roanoke is a 223-bed facility.
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For the past few weeks the more than 200 beds have been full and 50-other people the mission took in slept on floors, chairs or anywhere they could find space.

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(( JETER SMITH: I DON'T KNOW HOW I'M GOING TO PAY MY RENT, ELECTRIC BILLS' DUE...))
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Jeter Smith is like a lot of folks at the Rescue Mission of Roanoke, he's not homeless, but that could change anyday.


The face of the area's needy is changing. No longer are adults the only victims, more children are showing up here for a hot meal and a warm place to stay.

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((KELLY ERB, KITCHEN SUPERVISOR: WE'RE SEEING AN INCREASED NUMBER BECAUSE OF THE WEATHER OF COURSE, BUT WE'RE FEEDING CLOSE TO 900 MEALS A DAY RIGHT NOW.))
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Last year, about 700 meals were served on any given day- this year there's more than 200-new faces a day.

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((LEE CLARK, RESCUE MISSION OF ROANOKE: ONE OF THE FACTORS OF COURSE IS MORE FIRST TIME HOMELESS PEOPLE. WE'RE SEEING MORE PEOPLE WE HAVEN'T SEEN BEFORE- FAMILIES COMING IN- MAYBE SOME LOST A JOB, FURNACE BROKE AT HOME, CAR BROKE - DIFFERENT KINDS OF THINGS WHEN PEOPLE ARE LIVING PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK WILL TRIGGER THEM BEING HOMELESS AND THEM BEING IN NEED.))
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But these people aren't the only ones trying to make ends meet.

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((SUSAN BAHORICH, REPORTING: AT CHRISTMAS TIME, THIS WAREHOUSE IS PILED HIGH WITH FOOD, BUT OFFICIALS SAY CURRENT DONATIONS WILL ONLY LAST 2 1/2 WEEKS.))
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((KELLY ERB, KITCHEN SUPERVISOR: WE DO THE BEST WE CAN, WITH WHAT WE HAVE. IT'S A JUGGLING ACT SOMETIMES -IT'S A CHALLENGE...))
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But they're appreciated by the people they led a hand to, who couldn't do make it without them...

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((KIMBERLY MUGGINSON: THEY HELP - THEY FEED YOU, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A WARM PLACE TO SLEEP- MAKE SURE YOU GOT CLOTHES...))
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The Rescue Mission of Roanoke is not-subsidized by any government agency. It operates on donations from residents and businesses of the community.
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Jean, if people would like to help they can contact the Rescue Mission.


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Layoffs at a Roanoke County insurance company could be repeated later in the year.
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Atlantic Mutual today laid off 70 of the more than 5-hundred workers at its facility on Electric Road. The company is selling 450-million dollars worth of renewal premiums to OneBeacon Insurance and says the layoffs are part of restructuring. The cuts make up the fourth round of layoffs in the past two years. Laid off workers have been offered severance packages. Some will be also be offered jobs with OneBeacon no later than March first. A spokesman says the changes at Atlantic Mutual may not be over.
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The man believed to be behind a string of bank robberies in Southside is now in custody.
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34-year-old Gregory Young of Greensboro was arrested after police say he entered the Fidelty Bank in Collinsville around 10-this morning and robbed a teller at gunpoint. Officers say Young then took off in his car, but some of the people inside were able to take down his license plate.

Police spotted his car about an hour later at a gas station on Route-58 and arrested him. They believe Young is the same man who robbed two other banks recently in Danville.
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((KIMMY NESTER/HENRY COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: AT THIS TIME WE BELIEVE THAT IT VERY WELL BE THE SAME INDIVIDUAL THAT ROBBED THE BANKS IN DANVILLE, HOWEVER IT'S GOING TO NEED FURTHER INVESTIGATION 20))
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Officers say they found a b-b-gun and some money inside Young's car. He is being held without bound in the Henry County jail.
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More violence in Iraq today- a truck bomb exploded
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in Southern Baghdad, heavily damaging a hotel and killing the driver and an Iraqi bystander.
At least four others, all of them Iraqis, were killed in the blast.
Accoring to U-S officials the blast happened in front of the Shaheen hotel - battering the hotel and leaving a large crater in the road.
Iraqi police say the explosives were packed inside a vehicle made to look like an ambulance.
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When it comes to weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, a former chief U-S inspector says we were wrong.
He says the failure to turn up large stockpiles of weapons exposed weakenesses in U-S intelligence.
Teri Okita has more from Washington.
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((IN AN ABOUT-FACE FROM EARLIER PREDICTIONS, FORMER CHIEF WEAPONS INSPECTOR DAVID KAY TOLD LAWMAKERS, WHILE SADDAM HUSSEIN WAS IN CLEAR VIOLATION OF UNITED NATIONS RESOLUTIONS, IT DOES NOT APPEAR HE HAD LARGE STOCKPILES OF CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, AFTERALL. David Kay/Former Chief Weapons Inspector: Turns out, we were wrong in my opinion, most disturbing. KAY BLAMES HOLES IN U-S INTELLIGENCE GATHERING, LIMITED DATA, AND TOO MUCH RELIANCE ON U-N FINDINGS FOR THE MISTAKE. AND HE SAYS, BECAUSE OF LOOTING AND DESTRUCTION THE DAY BAGHDAD FELL, WE MAY NEVER HAVE THE FULL STORY.
Kay: Were really not going to resolve unresolved ambiguity here.
Bush in 2003: "the danger is clear" KAY SAYS HIS TEAM WAS NEVER PRESSURED TO SKEW EVIDENCE TO MAKE A CASE FOR WAR, AND EVEN WITHOUT ILLEGAL WEAPONS, HE SAYS SADDAM WAS STILL A GATHERING, SERIOUS THREAT. DEMOCRATS ARGUE THE BUSH ADMINISTRATIONS USE OF PRE-WAR INTELLIGENCE WAS SELECTIVE AND MISLEADING. Sen. Carl Levin/D-Armed Services Committee: When we decided to go to war unacceptable to exaggerate.
BUT THE WHITE HOUSE CONTINUES TO DEFEND ITS REASONS FOR WAR.
Scott McClellan/White House Spokesman: Dangerous man, dangerous part of the world. Teri Okita/Reporting:Kay says independent investigators need to look into faulty U-S intelligence gathering. He also agrees with the Bush administration that the search for WMDs must continue. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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Next on the newscast a computer virus causes a big headache for Virginia Tech .
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Plus on Healthcheck, we'll see what steps the U-S is taking to keep a deadly virus from coming to our shores.
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The world's fastest spreading computer virus is taking a bite out of the Virginia Tech Campus.
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The MyDoom Virus and four other variations have shut down one of University's e-mail servers.
At least 30-thousand accounts are affected.
Tech computer experts say the virus is generating 10 to 20 times the normal amount of emails and is overloading the system.
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((BILL SAUNDERS: IT OPENS YOUR PERSONAL E-MAIL ADDRESS BOOK AND THEN STARTS SENDING EMAIL VERY QUICKLY TO ALL THE PEOPLE IT CAN FIND SO THAT OBVIOUSLY JUST CREATES AND EXPONENTIAL INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF EMAIL ON THE INTERNET.))
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The virus has not affected normal operations at Tech or computers with student's personal or financial information.


Officials hope to have student e-mail up and running again by this evening.
Coming up at 6:00 we'll tell you what Tech is doing to get the e-mail server back on-line.
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Now that the New Hampshire primary is over- the Democrats have their eyes set on seven states that come up for grabs next Tuesday.
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John Kerry is going after next week's biggest prize- Missouri- and its 74 delegates.
Howard Dean is back in Vermont trying to decide which states he'll concentrate on- after coming in second last night to Kerry.
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((HOWARD DEAN/D- PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: WELL IT'S A LITTLE MORE COMFORTABLE BUT OF COURSE YOU'D RATHER BE IN THE LEAD.))
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For John Edwards, the South is home and that's where he's enjoying a lead in the polls.
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((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/D- PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE; I WAS BORN IN SOUTH CAORLINA. I HAVE FAMILY IN SOUTH CAROLINA AND I WILL NOT FORGET SOUTH CAROLINA AFTER FEBRUARY THIRD.))
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Wesley Clark eeked out a third place finish over Edwards. He's hitting Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona.
And despite a fifth place finish, Joe Lieberman is pushing on, beginning in Oklahoma.
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A flu associated with birds has killed ten people in Asia. Now there is a global effort underway to stop the spread.
The U-S is also taking steps to ensure it doesn't reach our shores.
Dr. Sean Kenniff has more.
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(( FOR WEEKS THIS HAS BEEN THE FACE OF THE BIRD FLU.....

(nats- mother crying over casket)

NOW IT'S STARTING TO LOOK LIKE THIS. IN THAILAND THIS MOTHER LOST HER SIX-YEAR-OLD SON TO THE ILLNESS THAT HAS ALSO KILLED A HANDFUL OF PEOPLE IN ASIA. MUCH LIKE SARS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ARE NOW ADMITTING TO INITIALLY COVERING UP THE PROBLEM.... THE VICTIMS FAMILIES ARE SUFFERING THE CONSEQUENCES.

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THE BIRD FLU IS MOVING QUICKLY THROUGH CHICKEN FLOCKS ACROSS ASIA.... WHICH HAS LED TO THE SLAUGHTER OF MILLIONS OF ANIMALS.
IN AN EFFORT TO KEEP IT FROM COMING HERE THE U-S HAS BLOCKED IMPORTS OF CHICKENS FROM INFECTED COUNTRIES.
AND THE GOOD NEWS IS, RIGHT NOW, THE SICKNESS IS NOT SPREADING FROM PERSON TO PERSON.... HOWEVER, HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY, THAT COULD CHANGE.

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"if that occurs it will be much more infectious to humans :05 and may also may have the high morbidity and mortality rates." :10
STANDUP: (Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL) AND THEN IT COULD TAKE JUST ONE SICK PERSON IN ASIA TO TRAVEL TO THE U-S FOR THE BIRD FLU TO SPREAD. IN THAT CASE DETECTION WOULD BE KEY.... BUT THERE-IN LIES ANOTHER PROBLEM.

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"I think clinically it's very, very difficult to figure out what someone has." :04
INFECTIOUS DISEASE EXPERTS SAY WITH THE FLU SEASON STILL HERE AND DOCTORS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR SARS, THE BIRD FLU COULD MAKE DIAGNOSIS DIFFICULT.

SOT-Dr. Stephen Baum/Infectious Disease Expert

"one respiratory infection unfortunately is very much like another, and if you're in the middle of a sars epidemic you're going to call it sars, if you're in the middle of a flu epidemic you're going to call it flu." :09
AFTER DEALING WITH A FLU EPIDEMIC AND WATCHING OUR NEIGHBORS SUFFER THROUGH SARS U-S HEALTH OFFICIALS HOPE THE BIRD FLU WILL BE CONTAINED IN ASIA BEFORE IT FLIES WEST.
DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.)

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Up next on the newscast, Brent Watts takes us to a place where the wintry conditions never end...
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The ice may create a mess outdoors, but one Roanoke establishment loves the slick conditions. In fact they make a business of it, year-round.
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Brent Watts joins us this afternoon from the Ice Station in Roanoke.
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Coming up today in Sports,
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Steve Mason will tell us why the zebras on the basketball court are having trouble keeping up with the pack.
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Our ticker begins with hoops. All classifications are playing and that means a Hometown Hoops Weekly progress report. Here's Steve Mason.
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((Girls and boys, 12 divisions total, JV and varsity levels all playing right now. The number of games have grown from 135 per week last seasons to 225 this season. Are there enough good referees? Commissioner of referees Steve Fleshman says, despite a fourth wave of snow cancellations, so far so good. ((:))
44 new officials are reffing, only three or four at the varsity level. But veteran refs are working up to 4 games a week, a heavier work load. ((:)) ((:))
Former Northside star Jim Porter is in his first full season of varsity in his third year as an official. His talent helps make up for inexperience and new refs are paired with 17 year veterans like Tim Peters. ((:)) ((:))
Former Fleming and VMI standout Damon Williams is a new ref, climbing the JV ranks. ((:)) Fan turnout has not been as high as last year, especially for girls single and double A. Gates are a few thousand dollars less compared to this stage of the season last year.)) ((:)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:SOME SCHOOLS HAVE INDICATED THAT IN THEIR NEXT DISTRICT MEETINGS, BOYS AND GIRLS DOUBLE HEADERS ALONG WITH SATURDAY FESTIVALS WHERE SEVERAL TEAMS WILL PLAY AT ONE SITE, WILL BE DISCUSSED AS POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS. STEVE MASON HOMETOWN HOOPS WEEKLY.))
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Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - we'll continue our Super Bowl hype with former XFL star "He Hate Me." Plus, Matt Kenseth checks in from testing in Vegas, and the Tech men host the 6th ranked U-Conn men tonight at 7. Jean will be back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, stock prices tumbled after the Federal Reserve decided to keep short term interest rates steady.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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There are only a handful like it in the entire country.. and now the Bedford City-County museum wants to make sure it preserves a rare uniform from the War of 1812.
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The dark wool coat was worn by Bedford County native Thomas Kasey who served in the Virginia militia in the year 1814.
The coat has been in the museum's collection for years, but it is in dire need of repair.
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((ELLEN WANDREI/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: THEY'RE GOING TO ALSO HAVE TO DO A MANNEQUIN TO DISPLAY IT. OBVIOUSLY FOLDING IT AND REFOLDING IT IS TERRIBLE ON THE GARMENT AND SO IT WOULD BE BEST NOT JUST FOR DISPLAY BUT ALSO FOR STORAGE TO BE ON A MANNEQUIN.))
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The museum hopes to raise five thousand dollars to restore the uniform.
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