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Today on News 7, the Governor may have to intervene- the House and Senate cannot agree if they will keep working to break the impasse over the state budget.
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Plus living in a New River Valley town could get more expensive. It's considering raising taxes and other fees.
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The cold rain pulls out leaving some clouds and breezy conditions overnight. We will check rain totals from the hometown weathernet in a moment.

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The family of a Roanoke school teacher who committed suicide wants some information from the city.
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A manhunt continues as authorities look for the suspect in some sniper attacks in Ohio.
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Plus a well known diva is heading for drug rehab. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Residents in Blacksburg could soon be paying more for some needed services.
The town is talking about several tax and fee increases.
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Good evening,

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Real estate taxes won't be changing but Blacksburg residents can expect to see several other fee increases.
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Next fiscal year's nearly 40 million dollar budget is balanced, but officials say they needed to raise more money to do it.
The town is proposing a two percent increase in the lodging tax for area hotels.
They're hoping that could raise more than 140-thousand dollars.
The town is also considering a five dollar increase to vehicle decals and a new tax on certain cable providers.
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((ROGER HEDGEPETH:STATE WIDE AND NATION WIDE THERE ARE STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS WITH THE BUDGETS, TRYING TO BALANCE REVENUE AND EXPENSES. AND WE'VE DONE THAT AND WE'VE ATTACKED TO SOME EXTENT THE STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS WHICH MEANS WE'LL BE BETTER OFF IN THE SUCCEEDING YEARS.))
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Council members are also considering several building and permit fee increases that could raise another 164-thousand dollars.
Council is expected to vote on the budget after a public hearing in April.
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The House and Senate have been arguing over tax increases, now they are arguing about whether to keep working or go home.
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House Republicans say they want to adjourn today and head home even though there has been no breakthrough on the budget.
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((SPEAKER BILL HOWELL: I THINK IT IS TIME FOR A COOLING OFF. IT'S A TIME TO GO BACK HOME AND SEE WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY BACK HOME. WE'RE OBVIOUSLY NOT GETTING ANYWHERE HERE.))
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But House Democrats and the Senate want to stay on the job and extend the legislative session again.
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((DELEGATE WARD ARMSTRONG/D-MARTINSVILLE: THE BOTTOM LINE IS WE DIDN'T GET THE JOB DONE AND I THINK WE NEED TO STAY HERE UNTIL WE GET IT DONE. YEAH, LEGISLATING IS INCONVENIENT BUT YOU KNEW THAT WHEN YOU SIGNED UP FOR THIS. I THINK WE NEED TO STAY HERE, GET THE BUDGET DONE AND THEN GO HOME.))
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The House overwhelmingly rejected a Senate measure that would have extended the session until Friday.
If the House does adjourn today, Governor Warner has the authority to call the General Assembly back into a special session immediately.
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The family of Ron Mayfield has more questions for the Roanoke City Public Schools.
Five months after the teacher committed suicide his family wants to know if the school system has changed the way student allegations are investigated.
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Today, Joe Dashiell asked school officials for their response.
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Jean, it was two weeks ago that an attorney representing the Mayfield family called for a thorough investigation of the school system's policies and procedures.
Today, the family issued a news release asking the school system to reveal how it has addressed the questions that were raised by Mayfield's death.

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((Ron Mayfield was placed on administrative leave last fall after he was accused of hitting a student.
He jumped to his death from a Blue Ridge Parkway Bridge, not knowing that the investigations would clear his name.
Today, members of Mayfield's family said they are disappointed that no change in school system procedures has occurred, or if it has occurred, that the change has not been formally announced.
"Nearly five months have passed since Ron Mayfield's death," the release states, "The Mayfield Family and the Roanoke Community should be advised of any changes made to date."
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Executive for Human Resources Paul Britt says the school system HAS been working to refine its procedures... adopting a new policy for students or employees who make false allegations... providing additional support for teachers who face allegations... developing a memorandum of understanding between Roanoke City Public Schools and Child Protective Services.
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A committee of teachers, parents and administrators has been considering that process. Britt says the school system is implementing many of the group's recommendations, and will discuss them at town hall meetings this week and next.

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Jean, just a few minutes ago, attorney Frank Rogers told us he plans to review that list of recommendations with Ron Mayfield's family.

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Police in Ohio now say the man suspected in a series of highways shootings has mental troubles. They say he isn't just a danger to others, he may be a danger to himself.
Stacy Case has more on the search for 28 year old Charles McCoy.
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(( HE IS ARMED ....DANGEROUS AND ON THE RUN AFTER POLICE IDENTIFIED CHARLES McCOY AS THE SUSPECT IN THE OHIO SNIPER ATTACKS. STACY CASE HAS MORE FROM COLUMBUS.
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TRACK: FOR NEARLY A YEAR--- AUTHORITIES SAY THIS MAN HAS TERRORIZED

CENTRAL OHIO FIRING SHOTS TWO DOZEN TIMES AT CARS, HOUSES, EVEN A SCHOOL BUS.
FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S AUTHORITIES ARE HUNTING FOR 28 YEAR OLD CHARLES MCCOY JUNIOR WHO THEY SAY IS DANGEROUS AND MENTALLY UNSTABLE.,
Chief Steve Martin, Franklin County Sheriff's Office We can't tell you where he is right now. We still think he's local but we are not absolutely sure." THE ARREST WARRANT CHARGES MCCOY WITH SHOOTING UP THIS HOUSE. A BULLET FOUND IN THE BATHTUB MATCHES EIGHT OTHER SHOOTINGS, INCLUDING ONE THAT KILLED 62 YEAR OLD GAIL KNISLEY AS SHE RODE TO HER DOCTOR'S APPOINTMENT LAST NOVEMBER.
MCCOY'S FATHER IS SAID TO HAVE TURNED HIS SON'S GUN INTO POLICE. NOW
AUTHORITIES BELIEVE MCCOY IS ARMED AGAIN --- THIS TIME WITH A

SEMIAUTOMATIC PISTOL.
Martin We believe he bought another gun.
MCCOY'S DARK GREEN METRO MATCHES THE CAR DESCRIPTION GIVEN BY WITNESSES. HE LIVED WITH HIS MOTHER NEAR THE CENTER OF THE SHOOTER'S TERRITORY NEAR INTERSTATE 270.
STACY CASE/REPORTING AUTHORITIES SAY MCCOY HAS HAD MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS IN THE PAST AND IS NOT TAKING ANY MEDICATION RIGHT NOW. HE'S BELIEVED TO HAVE SUICIDAL OR HOMICIDAL TENDENCIES. I always thought there was something a little off about him, but I never thought anything like this. NOW A FIERCE MANHUNT IS ON FOR SOMEONE POLICE SAY COULD BE ON AN UNPREDICTABLE, HOMICIDAL RAGE. STACY CASE CBS NEWS COLUMBUS.))

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A former Lynchburg police officer accused of driving under the influence will avoid jail. We'll have the story after the break.
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Also a local college student wants to make sure cancer patients and their families can find some support on campus.
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Four civilians killed in Iraq this week were working for a missionary based in Richmond.
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The four were working for the southern Baptist Missionary board when they were killed in a drive by shooting.
They were researching the need for water purification systems in Mosul when they were attacked.
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((CLYDE MEADOR/SOUTHERN BAPTIST MISSIONARY BOARD: OUR PERSONNEL AS AMERICANS AND CHRISTIANS ARE WELL AWARE OF THE RISKS OF LIVING AND SERVING IN A PLACE LIKE IRAQ, YET THEIR LOVE FOR THE IRAQI PEOPLE AND OBEDIENCE TO THE CONVICTION OF GOD'S LEADERSHIP HAVE BEEN EXPRESSED IN A WILLINGNESS TO TAKE THAT RISK EVEN TO GIVING THEIR LIVES.))
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Meador (Med-er) says the board does have safety concerns but is not planning on pulling its workers out of Iraq.
Two of the workers were from Cary, North Carolina, one was from California and the fourth was from Texas.

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A former Lynchburg cop won't spend time in jail after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor reckless driving charge today.
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Christopher Mastrapasqua (mass-truh-PASS-kwuh) was supposed to stand trial for D-U-I, but agreed to a charge of reckless driving after consuming alcohol.
Mastrapasqua wrecked his motorcycle while off-duty in Bedford County last year.
Prosecutors say it would have been tough, but they were willing to pursue the D-U-I charge.
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((RANDY KRANTZ/BEDFORD CO. PROSECUTOR: UNTIL THE DEFENSE CAME FORWARD AND I THINK VERY APPROPRIATELY SAID LOOK WE'RE WILLING TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HAVING THAT ALCOHOL AND AGREED TO WHAT IS ESSENTIALLY A D-U-I PUNISHMENT.))
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Mastrapasqua (Mass-tra-PASS-kwa) was given a 60-day suspended jail term and fined 625 dollars.
He'll also have a restricted license and undergo alcohol counseling.
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In health check tonight,
The loss of her mother to cancer -- prompts a local college student to get her campus involved in the fight against the disease.
Danielle Thompson has started a chapter of the Colleges Against Cancer at Hollins University.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with the details.
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Jean,
Colleges Against Cancer is a nationwide program through the American Cancer Society.
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The goal is to provide education and support--something Thompson felt was missing at Hollins until now.
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(( When Danielle Thompson helped to raise money for the University's first Relay For Life last year -- she had no idea this would be just the beginning of her efforts to help with the battle against cancer.
But when her mother died in September from colon cancer --she soon realized more needed to be done on campus.
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Little did she know at the time -- that Hollin's President Nora Kizer Bell would pass away from complications related to cancer months later.
So she started the chapter with a special focus in mind -- a support group for students.
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The Chapter is also spearheading this years Relay for Life with two teams --one for Hollin's former president --and another in honor of Thompson's mother.
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Thompson says the support group meets once a week --and already has 10 steady members. She hopes this chapter live on long after she graduates from the University.
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If a person goes into cardiac arrest without the benefit of CPR, the chance of survival is down to 10 percent by the time an ambulance arrives.
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That is why the Red Cross wants to make CPR training more affordable to residents.
So, it's holding CPR Saturday this weekend, where training is offered at a much lower price.
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((WE GET A WHOLE GROUP OF PEOPLE AND WE DO CPR CLASS WITH THEM WHICH INVOLVES A WHOLE LOT MORE SKILLS THAN JUST CPR 05 WHICH PEOPLE THINK ABOUT ALL THE TIME BECAUSE HEART DISEASE IS THE NUMBER ONE DISEASE IN THE US ))
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CPR Saturday is March 20th the cost is 15 dollars. You do have to register by Thursday. For more information call 540-985-3550.
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Coming up next, Robin is standing by with our detailed forecast.
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Then a little bit later, a spokesperson for Whitney Houston says the singer has entered drug rehab.
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Coming up in Sports, Mike Stevens says you'll get to see more of you A-C-C favorites this Friday. He'll have the schedule up next.
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Also the Roanoke Express makes it home after a long road trip.
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Good afternoon everybody. The Express is home tomorrow night hosting Alaska!
The ECHL trade dead line was supposed to be today at 3pm, but the league has extended it Thursday. The Express is not expected to make any changes.
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However, a great deal has to change for the Express to make the playoffs. The team is six points out of the fourth and final post season slot occupied by Charlotte and South Carolina and Roanoke has only 10 games remaining in the regular season.
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The Roanoke Dazzle is home tonight hosting Charleston in a seven o'clock tip-off. Tomorrow night UVa opens the NIT hosting George Washington. Some think a loss signals the end of the road for Pete Gillen. One of his proteges thinks UVa would be making a big mistake getting rid of Pete.
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We can now give you the broadcast schedule for all of the first round games on Thursday and Friday that will be coming your way here on WDBJ-7. Your Hometown Station got confirmation of the Friday schedule just about an hour ago from CBS Sports.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NCAA THUR. AFTERNOON] First on Thursday it's Maryland Terrapin and UTEP getting the day started. The second afternoon game Thursday has Liberty Flames and St. Joes. Getting after it at 2:45.

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[GO TO PINNACLE NCAA THUR. NIGHT] And on Thursday night Duke Blue Devils and Alabama State open up the evening session at 7:10, followed by North Carolina and Air Force. All that coming up on Thursday.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NCAA FRIDAY AFTERNOON] Then Friday afternoon - more ACC flavor for you as NC State takes on Louisiana Lafayette, followed by Ga. Tech and Northern Iowa. The second game should get underway around 2:50.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NCAA FRIDAY NIGHT] Friday night - we open with Wisconsin - Richmond at 7:20 and then wrap up the night with Xavier and Louisville. Now if you don't see you favorite team - do not worry.
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Besides getting bonus coverage here on WDBJ-7 - tomorrow we will be announcing another bonus for you Cox Digital Cable subscribers. Take care everybody. I hope to you tonight on News 7 at Six. [GO TO BREAK]

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Singer Whitney Houston is entering drug rehab.
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In a statement, Houston's publicist says the singer is entering a rehabiliation facility and she says Whitney thanks everyone for their support and prayers.
The 40 year old Houston has admitted in the past that she abused drugs and alcohol, but two years ago she said she overcame the problem through prayer.
Houston and her husband singer Bobby Brown have had previous troubles with the law.
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The stock markets rebounded slightly today after the Federal Reserve announced it's leaving interest rates unchanged.
Alexis Christoforous has more in our Marketwatch report.
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San Antonio, Texas is keeping up with the N-C-A-A tournament in a big way.
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But when don't they do things "big" in Texas.
One of the corporate sponsors of the tournament unveiled a six story high banner with this year's bracket of games.


It measures 72 by 48 feet and lists the names of all 64- teams.
It will be updated after each round, leading up to the championship game which is being held in San Antonio on April fifth.
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