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Today on News 7 at 5, a murder suspect from Tennessee is arrested in Roanoke.
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Plus the fight over the differing tax plans gets heated in the state senate.
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Temperatures way above normal today, the same thing will happen tomorrow. Details and the lagest Ski Report just ahead.

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A New River Valley company is adding jobs.
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A family from Mississippi disappears mysteriously. Foul play is suspected.
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Plus there are a lot of big trades in the N-B-A. News 7 at 5 is next.

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The Virginia Senate has given preliminary approval to a tax plan that raises over three billion dollars in additional revenue.
But the measure did not advance without a fight.
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Richmond Bureau Chief Meghan Muldoon was following the debate.
She joins us now from the State Capitol.
Jean, anti-tax Republicans in the Senate made several attempts
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to remove the different tax increases.
But the most heated debate took place over an effort to delay the measure to see what voters think of it.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. John Chichester/(R) Stafford Co.; :]
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The Senate advanced legislation that would raise the cigarette tax to 35c a pack, increase the sales tax by a penny and jack up the income tax on the wealthiest Virginians.
But some Senators tried to delay action on the bill by offering an amendment that would subject the tax hikes to a voter referendum.
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((SENATOR KEN CUCCINELLI/R-FAIRFAX: I believe for a change of this magnitude it is appropriate to put it to the voters.))
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But a group of Senators shot back that making these tough decisions is what the voters elected them to do.
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((SENATOR JOHN CHICHESTER/R-STAFFORD CO.: WE DON'T NEED TO GO BACK AND I DON'T THINK THEY'D APPRECIATE US GOING BACK AND SAYING WE DON'T WANT THE BALL WE'LL PASS IT OFF TO SOMEONE ELSE TO ALL OF YOU.))
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((SENATOR DICK SASLAW/D-SPRINGFIELD: THIS IS NOT THE KIND OF THING THAT GOES TO VOTERS THIS IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY NOT THEIRS IF THEY DON'T LIKE WHAT WE'VE DONE THEY WILL LET US KNOW AS SOON AS NIGHT FOLLOWS DAY.))
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Fairfax Senator Ken Cuccinelli defended his resolution, accusing the Senate of being afraid of finding out what the voters really think of the tax changes. ((SENATOR KEN CUCCINELLI/R-FAIRFAX: I'LL TELL YOU WHY THIS AMENDMENT IS GOING TO LOSE BECAUSE IT WOULD LOSE ON THE BALLOT AND IT WOULD LOSE BADLY ON THE BALLOT.))
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None of the attempts to gut the tax bill succeeded.
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It still faces a final vote tomorrow but it is expected to pass, then its up to the House and Senate to work out their multi-billion dollar differences.

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A Tennessee murder suspect is in custody after Roanoke authorities staked out a local motel overnight.
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50- year- old Gerald David Thomas was arrested this morning as he left a room at the Ramada Inn on Franklin Road.

Roanoke Police received a tip from Tennessee authorities that Thomas might be in the area, and last night they found the car investigators believed he was driving.
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((SHELLY ALLEY/ROANOKE CITY POLICE DEPT.: LATER IN THE NIGHT AROUND MIDNIGHT OUR TACTICAL REPSONSE TEAM WAS CALLED TO THE SCENE. AND SURVEILLANCE WAS CONDUCTED THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT AND AROUND TEN THIRTY THIS MORNING THE MAN WHO WAS IN QUESTION CAME OUT OF THE ROOM THERE WAS A FEMALE WITH HIM. THEY WALKED TO THE CAR AND HE WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY WITHOUT INCIDENT BY ROANOKE POLICE.))
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Police wanted to question Thomas about the death of 43- year- old Adwinna Pamela Hughes, a Kingsport woman who was found dead earlier this week.
Authorities said Thomas and Hughes were companions in the past, and were last seen together earlier this month.
The car Thomas was driving, a green Honda Civic, apparently belonged to the victim.
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Thomas was taken into federal custody, and is now charged with drug and firearms violations.

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A Floyd County man was killed this morning in a head on collission in Montgomery County. Police say 66-year old, Bernard F. Feldman was traveling north on Route 615 when he crossed the center line and hit the truck driven by 68- year old William E. Mills of Pilot. Feldman was not wearing his seatbelt and died at the scene. Mills and a passenger in the other vehicle were both taken to Montgomery Regional Hospital but their injuries are not life threatening.

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One of Radford's main industries is expanding and adding new jobs.
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Kollmorgen Corporation will establish a new customer support center in Radford.
The project will cost the corporation 2 point 8 million dollars and will create 71 new jobs.
Kollmorgen currently employs over 700 people at its assembly plants in Radford.
Governor Warner approved a 75- thousand dollar grant from the Governor's Opportunity Fund to support the project.

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A family described as happy with no enemies has mysteriously vanished.
Now the FBI has been brought in.
Elizabeth Sanchez has more from Vaughn, Mississippi.
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("the guy was here with a gun...blood trails right here..")

LOCATOR: VAUGHAN, MISSISSIPPI
IT'S A BIZARRE CASE THAT HAS EVERYONE BAFFLED. A JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI FAMILY HAS VANISHED.
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MICHAEL, REBECCA AND THEIR 4-YEAR OLD SON JAMES PATRICK HARGIN HAVE NOT BEEN SEEN SINCE FRIDAY THE 13TH.

SOT - BILLY HIRTZ/VICTIM'S FAMILY (rebecca's brother) "Just not knowing

is so hard and you have to believe and have hope."
THE FBI HAS JOINED THE LOCAL SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT IN THEIR SEARCH.
(nats..father showing bullet hole) ... AS THE FAMILY TRIES TO PIECE

TOGETHER WHAT HAPPENED.
Voice of Bill Hirtz/Rebecca's Father "Michael has no enemies and Rebecca was as sweet as can be" ELIZABETH SANCHEZ/REPORTING: A NEIGHBOR WAS THE FIRST TO NOTICE SOMETHING WAS WRONG. THE FRONT DOOR WAS WIDE OPEN.... WHEN AUTHORITIES ARRIVED, THEY FOUND THE COUPLE'S THREE VEHICLES IN THE DRIVEWAY... BULLET CASINGS AND BLOOD - INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE HOUSE. DIANE HARGIN/MICHAEL'S MOTHER: We do know that Michael has been hurt because the blood started in his truck and went inside the house. INVESTIGATORS FOUND NO SIGNS OF FORCED ENTRY -- AND THEY DON'T BELIEVE ROBBERY WAS THE MOTIVE... JEWELRY WAS STILL IN THE HOUSE -- AND CASH LEFT ON THE COUNTERTOP NEAR SOME DISHES IN THE SINK. ELIZABETH MOORE/REBECCA'S SISTER She didn't clean up from Thursday night - she was waiting for the weekend to do her cleaning." IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THIS FAMILY HAS BEEN FACED WITH TRAGEDY (pic hargin's father) MICHAEL HARGIN'S FATHER WAS KILLED TEN YEARS AGO. AND LAST WEEK, MICHAEL TESTIFIED AT A PAROLE HEARING TO KEEP TWO OF THE MEN CONVICTED IN THAT CRIME BEHIND BARS. BUT INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY DON'T BELIEVE THERE'S A CONNECTION. .... LEAVING THIS MYSTERY UNSOLVED, FOR NOW. ELIZABETH SANCHEZ, CBS NEWS, VAUGHAN, MISSISSIPPI.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, the U-N weighs in on when elections can be held in Iraq.
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and sometimes violence can hit close to home. After the break, Joy Sutton will join us with the first part of her look at Domestic Violence.
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Domestic Violence is the number one cause of injury to women. While you typically hear only about the murders or the most brutal crimes of passion -- domestic violence affects many families in many ways.
That's why News 7 is taking an in-depth look at the issue in a four part series starting tonight.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean, According to Virginians Against Domestic Violence, the number of people in Virginia killed at the hands of a loved one or partner is higher than the national average.
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Over the next two days, we'll take a look at the problem, what's being done to help victims in our community, and even hear from a survivor.
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It was December when 23 year old Neesha Edwards was allegedly gunned downby an ex-boyfriend. Months before, the murder of a mother and her children made headlines.
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((EXCERPT FROM NEWSCAST:CONSIDER THE DIFFICULTY OF ONE DEATH BUT TODAY THERE WERE FOUR CASKETS LINED UP IN THE SANCTUARY)) [RUNS04]
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((PEOPLE ARE DYING EVERYDAY BECAUSE OF THIS. 129 VIRGINIANS DIED IN THE LAST STATISTICAL YEAR)) [RUNS06]
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While the murders get the most attention, there are many victims you never hear about, but still endure abuse.
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((I HAD TO GO TO WORK FOR A WHOLE MONTH WITH A BLACK AND BLUE FACE MOSTLY IT WAS ON MY CHEEKS. I HAD SCRATCHES ON MY FACE BRUISES ALL OVER MY ARMS)) [RUNS09]
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Most victims are women, but that's not always the case.
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((I BELIEVE THERE IS A LOT MORE FAMILY VIOLENCE GOING ON AGAINST MEN THAT WE'RE NOT HEARING ABOUT)) [RUNS04]
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So what is being done to protect victims -- the uncle of Neesha Edwards says not enough. He voiced his concerns at a vigil in her honor just days after the murder.
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((NEESHA IS NOT THE FIRST. BUT I WANT HER DEATH TO MEAN SOMETHING FOR MAYBE THE NEXT VICTIM. SO THE LAWS NEED TO BE REVAMPED A LOT OF DIFFERENT THINGS NEED TO TAKE PLACE)) [RUNS12]
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Roanoke Police hope one answer is a recently-implemented system to help track repeat offenders and similar incidents.
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((ONE THING THE POLICE DEPARTMENT HIRED ME TO DO IS TO KEEP A SEPARATE DATABASE BASE AND TRACK DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES IN THE CITY)) [RUNS08]
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On News 7 at six, we'll hear more about that system --and what one local judge has down to cut down on repeat offenders in his jurisdiction. [FS]
If you are victim and need help you call TAP's Domestic Violence hotline at 1-800-915-8164.
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Jean,

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The United Nations Chief says direct elections are not possible in Iraq before a handover of power- and that's not expected until the end of June.
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Kofi Annan is endorsing the U-S poistion that the June 30th date for a transfer of power must be respected.
But Annan said he's not able to propose yet who should form a caretaker government on June 30th to run Iraq until the elections could be held.
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((WE HOPE THAT AS WE MOVE FORWARD WE WILL BE ABLE TO WORK WITH THE IRAQIS AND THE COALITION TO FIND A MECHANISM FOR ESTABLISHING A CARETAKER OR INTERIM GOVERNMENT UNTIL SUCH TIME THAT ELECTIONS ARE ORGANIZED.))
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The White House asked the United Nations to come up with proposals for Iraq's political future after the country's shi'ite leaders rebelled against the original U-S plans.
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Up next on the newscast, Brent Watts has some food for thought...that's for birds.
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February is considered National birdfeeding month. The observance was established because February is considered the most difficult month for birds to survive in the wild. Brent Watts talked with an expert on how you can make our feathered friends a little happier year round.
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Coming up today in Sports, a former Washington Redskin decides to retire...
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and a rejected singer from American idol may have the last laugh on Simon Cowell.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your Thursday ticker. The Nextel Cup drivers have put the Daytona hype behind them and now head to the Rock for Sunday's Subway 400. Dale Jarrett is anxious to get back to the mile oval where he captured his only victory of 2003, barely beating Kurt Busch to the checkers.
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Busch qualifying is set for just after 1pm Friday with the Cup cars to follow at 3.

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The NBA trade deadline came and passed this afternoon at three. The much talked about trade involving Allen Iverson - did NOT happen. Iverson will stay with the Sixers and he will not get Phily native Rasheed Wallace as a teammate.
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Wallace is headed to the Pistons in a three team deal that involves the Hawks and Celtics, as well. Wallace had played just one game for the Hawks after being traded from Portland. The Celtics are picking up guards Lindsey Hunter and Chucky Atkins along with a first round draft pick. In exchange they send Chris Mills to the Hawks.
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The Hot Stove is boiling over today, but it's still simmering.
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This afternoon in the big leagues sources have told the Associated Press that last year's batting champ Albert Pujols has agreed to a 7 year $100 million dollar contract with the Cardinals. The agreement would come just a day before the two were scheduled to go to salary arbitration.
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On the NFL front - former Redskins' quarterback Danny Wuerffel has officially retired from football.
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The 1996 Heisman Trophy winner from Florida State spent six seasons as a backup quarterback with New Orleans, Green Bay and Washington. The Redskins cut him last year during training camp, and he turned down an offer to return at midseason. Wuerffel announced today that he is dedicating himself full-time Desire Street Ministries, which works with inner city youth in New Orleans.
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[wipe to pinnacle 12996] And in case you're already looking ahead to the weekend - WDBJ-7 has four big college roundball games for this Saturday and Sunday. Red hot Notre Dame takes on UConn and Virginia travels to Clemson on Saturday.
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[wipe to pinnacle 12999] Then Sunday - it's the Big Ten and the ACC as Wisconsin takes on Michigan - right before Maryland takes a shot at Duke. It's hoops all weekend long on Your Hometown Station.
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Speaking of the ACC - the upsets are firing up as the tournament approaches. The latest edition of the ACC Connection is on the way at the top of the hour. Have a great night everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, surprisingly good jobs numbers and strong earnings from the retail sector sent investors on a buying spree, but a late-session sell-off sent the indexes into negative territory. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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He wasn't a big hit on American Idol, but William Hung is the Big Man on Campus at the University of California at Berkley.
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Simon Cowell was not impressed by Hung's singing, but Hung's enthusiasm has made him a cult hero of sorts.
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More than 70 thousand people have written to a fan web site to get him back on American Idol.
Last night he even got to perform for his fellow college students.
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He has been offered a recording contract. The engineering student says he will have to think about it, but he is taking singing lessons.
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