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Today on News 7 at 5, Halifax County authorities investigate a murder.
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Plus protestors march in Washington. They want the President to remove American troops from Iraq.
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Started off the work week with some bonus weather but temperatures will tumble as the rain falls tonight and tomorrow. Details ahead.

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The budget stalemate in Richmond could mean some teachers and other local employees will not get a raise this year.

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The Hokies want to help Virginians lose weight.
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Plus we'll have the N-C-A-A television lineup. News 7 at 5 is next.
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One person is dead, another injured after a double shooting this morning in Halifax County.
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Rescue crews were called to this mobile home on Country Lane near Clover around 7 a-m.
One person inside had been shot to death.. another had been shot but was still alive.
That person was eventually transferred to Lynchburg General Hospital.
Authorities issued a police lookout for a car and driver that may have been involved.
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[SOT 15:02:30]
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((LT. STEVE CASSADA/HALIFAX CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: POSSIBLE SUSPECT VEHICLE.. ...DEFINITELY WANT TO TALK TOT HEM.))
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Investigators spent the day processing the crime scene and talking with neighbors.
No names have been released.
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[5-XGR-budget]


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Should the state sales and income tax go up? That is the talk today in Richmond as buget negotiations continued.
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House conferees presented their Senate counterparts with a compromise budget proposal this afternoon.
Their offer includes 625 million dollars in additional spending but does NOT include an increase in the sales or income tax.
The House's chief budget negotiator says everything in the proposal is negotiable EXCEPT general tax increases.
The House Minority Leader says the proposed compromise is a "mini-step" in the right direction.
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((DELEGATE FRANK HALL/D-RICHMOND: I THINK WE'RE SO DESPERATE FOR ANY MOVEMENT, ANY MOVEMENT IS WELCOME. IN ALL FAIRNESS IT SEEMS WE HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO.))
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Governor Mark Warner warned that he will call a special session if legislators adjourn tomorrow without a budget.


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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: I'M GOING TO BRING THEM BACK IN. THIS IS NOT SOMETHING THEY CAN SIMPLY THROW UP THEIR HANDS, WALK AWAY AND SAY WELL OUR JOBS NOT DONE.))
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The General Assembly voted Saturday to extend its 60-day session until midnight tomorrow.
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Indecision in Richmond is forcing communities across the Commonwealth to make some tough decisions. Among those areas is Craig County.
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Susan Bahorich was in New Castle today. Susan, why is the area being hit so hard?
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Jean, There are about 51-hundred people living in Craig County- that's roughly 26-hundred households- which means the taxbase is smaller than most areas.
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((New Castle is a typical small town- a slow pace of life that people wouldn't trade for anything...
[NATS] ((town nats?))
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... but like a lot of small towns, the area needs a helping hand. Usually that comes from the state, but while lawmakers are up in the air- Craig County officials are looking for ways to help themselves.

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((LARRY MOORE, CRAIG CO. ADMINISTRATOR: WE HAVE 65-THOUSAND ACRES OF NATIONAL FOREST, WHICH REPRESENTS 52-PERCENT OF OUR COUNTY, AND WE'RE TRYING TO FIGURE HOW WE CAN UNIQUELY PROVIDE A PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO COME VISIT, STAY FOR A WHILE, SPEND SOME MONEY AND THEN NOT STAY ON THE PERMANENT BASIS.))
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[nats] ((running stream))
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Officials are hoping to cash in on the area's natural beauty in the way of tourism dollars, but the pay off won't be soon enough. The county administrator is recommending no changes to last year's eight-point-eight million dollar budget.

[nats] ((teachers))
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... which could equal troubling times for the county's teachers...

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[INQ=Our teacher salaries...]

((ROSE MARTIN, CRAIG SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: OUR TEACHER SALARIES ARE SOME OF THE LOWEST IN THE STATE, YET OUR SCORES ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST- THAT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE. WE NEED TO DO WHATEVER WE CAN TO SHOW OUR TEACHERS WE BELIEVE IN THEM, WE WANT TO ATTRACT AND OBTAIN THE VERY BEST PROFESSIONALS AND STAFF...))
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County money makes up about two-million dollars of the school systems more than six-million dollar budget...
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.. but Jean, County Administrator Larry Moore says he can't spend money he's not sure the county will have- so the sooner the General Assembly makes a decision- the better.

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Pulaski Police and firefighters are breathing a sigh of relief tonight.
A safety committee is recommending the town "not" consolidate services with Pulaski County.
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In a report issued this morning, the town found that combining organizations would put a strain on the county and leave citizens in the town with less protection.
The safety committee agreed with the findings, but also voted to keep communications with the county open about combining other services.
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((CHIEF GARY ROCHE: THERE'S GOING TO PROBABLY BE A LOOK AT COMBINING COMMUNICATION CENTERS SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE. THAT IS IN KEEPING WITH THE FACT THAT BOTH THE COUNTY SYSTEM AND THE TOWN SYSTEM ARE IN NEED OF AN UPGRADE.))
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Officials say building a joint communication center could save both sides money.
The town council still needs to vote on the committee's recommendation "not" to combine departments.
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As the one year anniversary of the war on Iraq approaches, some are calling on the Bush Administration to get American troops out of the country.
As Teri Okita reports, protestors took to the streets of Washington to make their point.
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(( THE TURNOUT WAS SMALL, BUT THESE PROTESTORS HAVE A BIG MESSAGE FOR THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION: GET AMERICAN TROOPS OUT OF IRAQ. Pat Elder/D.C. Anti-War Network: Our message is slowly getting out that the U.S. policy, based on unilateral military action, is not making many friends in the world. THE DEMONSTRATORS INCLUDING PEACE ACTIVISTS, VETERANS, AND MILITARY FAMILIES CLAIM PRESIDENT BUSH HAS LIED ABOUT WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND IS TRYING TO HIDE THE NUMBER OF DEAD AND WOUNDED AMERICAN SOLDIERS.
Ellen Barfield/Veterans for Peace: The public doesnt see flag-draped coffins. They dont see the President at funerals. Why is this? The soldiers deserve at least that amount of respect and honor, and theyre not getting it. Teri Okita/Reporting: The protestors started their 6-mile demonstration to the White House here at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. the first stop for most injured soldiers coming back from Iraq. BUT WITH THE WARS ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY JUST DAYS AWAY, THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION HAS A MUCH MORE POSITIVE SPIN AND WILL SPEND THIS WEEK, GOING FULL TILT, TO REMIND AMERICANS THAT THE WAR WAS WORTH FIGHTING. Richard Armitage/Deputy Secretary of State: I know there are those who think were looking for a way out. Success is the only way out.
BUT THESE PROTESTORS ARENT CONVINCED. ONCE REACHING THE WHITE HOUSE, THEY READ OFF THE NAMES OF THE DEAD A REMINDER, THEY SAY, OF THE HIGH COST OF WAR. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Weapons from Libya are now on display in Tennessee.
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55-thousand pounds of materials, photographs and documents from Libya's former weapons programs are on display for the first time.
Reporters traveled the heavily guarded Oak Ridge National Laboratory to take a look.
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((SPENCER ABRAHAM/SECRETARY OF ENERGY: WHAT YOU HAVE WITNESSES IN MY OPINION, IS A BIG, BIG VICTORY.. UH IN THIS ADMINISTRATION'S EFFORTS TO COMBAT WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.))
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Libya released the items back in December of 2003 when the government agreed to surrender its attemtps to make chemical, biological and nuclear weapons.
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A final shipment from Libya is expected to arrive on the East Coast at an unnamed location.

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Researchers at Virginia Tech say some little steps can save you some big weight. We'll have the details in our Healthcheck report.
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But first, a woman falls to her death from a ride at a Pigeon Forge amusement park.
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An accident at a Pigeon Forge Tennessee amusement park left one woman dead yesterday.
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Family members told reporters that 51-year old June Carol Alexander tried to get off a ride as it started.
"The Hawk" rocks back and forth, going higher each time. It eventually turns completely upside down.
It was at that point Alexander fell about 60 feet to her death.
Investigators say they are not sure what went wrong.
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[5-Obesity]


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In health check tonight,
Virginia Tech is leading a statewide initiative to get more Americans to lose weight and keep it off.
It's called "Virginia On the Move", and it's actually an extension of a national campaign.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton join us with details
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Jean, Virginia is one 12 states who launched the initiative last week.
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And it comes at time when health officials are concerned that obesity could soon surpass smoking as the leading cause of preventable deaths.
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The average American is gaining one to three pounds a year --and it's leading to growing obesity problem.
And it's not just adults but children as well.
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((WE'RE FINDING IN CHILDREN PARTICULARLY THAT IT IS A VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM BECAUSE WE'RE SEEING MORE DIABETES IN CHILDREN THAT WE DIDN'T USE TO SEE AND THAT IS SETTING THEM UP FOR SOME VERY SERIOUS HEALTH CONSEQUENCES WHEN THEY GET OLDER))
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The problem is related to overeating --and lack of physical exercise -- both issues the campaign, Virginia on the Move, hopes to change.
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((WE WILL BE WORKING VERY HARD WITH SCHOOLS, WORK SITES, OUR COMMUNITY LEADERS AS WELL AS STATE LEADERS TO MAKE VIRGINIA'S AWARE OF HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE AND TO EAT HEALTHFULLY SO WE CAN BE THE FIRST STATE IN COUNTRY TO HAVE THE HEALTHIEST POPULATION ))
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The goal is to get Virginia's to cut one hundred calories from their diet every day -- and walk at least 2-thousand additional steps every day. That's about a mile.
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((LITTLE THINGS DEFINITELY COUNT. THIS IS VERY EASY PROGRAM THERE IS NO SPECIAL EQUIPMENT, NO SPECIAL FOODS IT'S SOMETHING EVERYONE CAN DO A GOOD PAIR OF SHOES AND YOUR FEET))
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For more information about the campaign you can find a link on our web site at wdbj7.
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Jean,

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Every year more than 12 thousand American children are stricken with cancer.
But the development of new cancer drugs and treatments for kids lags far behind adult studies.
As Dr. Sean Kenniff tells us, some experts believe some young lives are lost as a result.
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((AT NINE MONTHS OLD LUKE NEUHEDEL (new-a-del) HAD HIS WHOLE LIFE AHEAD OF HIM.... UNTIL A VISIT TO THE HOSPITAL CHANGED EVERYTHING. DOCTORS TOLD REBECCA AND PAUL NEUHEDEL (new-a-del) THEIR CHILD HAD CANCER.

(SOT- Rebecca Tolson-Neuhedel/Luke's Mother)

"it was bad, they had seen a grapefruit sized tumor on this nine-month old liver."
LUKE HAD SURGERY AND WAS GIVEN CHEMOTHERAPY... BUT THE CANCER KEPT PROGRESSING AND DOCTORS RAN OUT OF TREATMENT OPTIONS. PAUL AND REBECCA SAY THERE WERE DRUGS OUT THERE FOR ADULTS THAT MIGHT HAVE HELP LUKE... BUT THEY WEREN'T APPROVED FOR CHILDREN.

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"there's nothing else we can give your child, and then they take the hope away"
STANDUP: (Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL) THE GOVERNMENT WON'T APPROVE A CANCER DRUG FOR PEDIATRIC USE UNTIL IT'S TESTED ON CHILDREN. AND MANY TIMES PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES WON'T TEST ON KIDS UNTIL ADULTS ARE STUDIED.... WHICH CAN TAKE UP TO TEN YEARS.

(SOT-Cairo)

"so many times it never gets studied and the ones who lose are the children with cancer."

(nats)

DOCTOR MITCHELL CAIRO IS PART OF THE CURE SEARCH CAMPAIGN WHICH, WITH LIMITED RESOURCES, IS TRYING TO TEST MORE CANCER DRUGS FOR KIDS.. WHILE WORKING WITH PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES TO DO THE SAME.

(SOT-Dr. Mitchell Cairo/Columbia University)

"many of the drugs that we use that are very effective and our cure rates are up in the 65 to 75 percent rate."

(nats)

DIAGNOSED WITH LYMPHOMA AT THE AGE OF THREE, JACOB KALINOWSKI (Cal - in- ow-ski) IS ONE OF THE SUCCESS STORIES. HE WAS GIVEN A DRUG SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR CHILDREN. AFTER A YEAR AND A HALF OF TREATMENT HIS CANCER IS NOW IN REMISSION..

(SOT-Katherine Kalinowski/Jacob's Mom)

"I'm very happy, very happy that we got the treatment."
BUT NOT EVERY FAMILY IS SO FORTUNATE. AFTER TWO AND A HALF YEARS.... A RARE FORM OF LIVER CANCER TOOK LUKE NEUHEDEL'S (new-a-del's) LIFE. WHILE REBECCA AND PAUL HAVE SUFFERED GREAT LOSS THEY SAY THEY HAVE NOT LOST HOPE... HOPE THAT ONE DAY MORE DRUGS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO SAVE CHILDREN...

(SOT-Paul Neuhedel/Luke's Father)

"I'm gonna have very mixed emotions when they figure out a cure for this stuff, and I'm going to be very happy, but I'm going to wonder why it didn't happen sooner." :
DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up a little later, Martha Stewart makes a change in her company.
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[VO] Plus a popular tourist destination in Argentina plunges into the ocean.
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Mike Stevens is standing by to join us with Sports. After the break, he'll have the television lineup for this week's March Madness games.
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Plus the Hokies prepare to host the first weekend of the women's N-C-A-A tournament.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. March Madness is officially here and a lot of folks are scratching their heads trying to figure how in teh world they should fill out their brackets. We can't help you with your bracket, but we can tell you which first round games you'll be able to see right here on Your Hometown Station on Thursday - which is day one of the tournament.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NCAA THUR. AFTERNOON] We'll kick things off on Thursday afternoon with the newly crowned ACC tournament champion Maryland Terrapin taking on UTEP. Coverage will begin at 12:10 with the tip-off set for 12:40pm. The second afternoon game on Thursday will pit the Liberty Flames and St. Joes. That one is set to begin at 2:45. LU - the champions of the Big South.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NCAA THUR. NIGHT] And on Thursday night we return to an ACC flavor - with Duke Blue Devils and Alabama State at 7:10, and then right after that one we'll see if the North Carolina Tarheels can ground the Air Force. That game should tip-off around 9:40pm. And it's all right here on WDBJ-7.
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The ACC Tournament wrapped up yesterday with Maryland beating Duke. The Virginia Cavaliers are preparing for their NIT date with George Washington Wednesday night at seven o'clock.
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The Cavs will host GW at University Hall. During the ACC tournament we caught up with former UVa coach and A.D. Terry Holland, who is leading the charge to finish the John Paul Jones Center.
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The Virginia Tech women are playing host to the first two rounds of women's NCAA tournament this weekend at Cassell Coliseum. The Tech women found out who their house guests would be last night,
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[GO TO WOMEN'S EAST PINNACLE] and tonight we know at what time they will be playing. Both games will take place on Sunday afternoon with the Hokies and Iowa Hawkeyes tipping things off at Noon. The Hampton and Penn State game will follow around 2:30. The Hokies are hoping that despite a tough draw - the home court will indeed be an advantage.
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Tickets are available for the tournament and can be at Cassell Coliseum box office and at "hokie tickets dot com." Much more sports for you tonight at the top of the hour. Take care everybody and I hope you have a great night. [GO TO BREAK]

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Analysts are blaming terrorism fears for pushing the stock markets new lows for the year.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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A glacier that started to break down Friday finally collapsed yesterday.
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The Perito Moreno glacier is considered one of the most significant natural attractions in Argentina.
Its wall of ice was more than 230 feet above the water's surface, and spanned more than 100 square miles.
Though it is a popular destination site for tourists, it has changed little since Charles Darwin visited back in 18-34.
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