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Today on News 7 at 5, human remains are found near a Roanoke County shopping center.
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Also a former Giles County pastor is sentenced to prison for molesting a child.
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Except for some breezy conditions on Friday, all is quiet weatherwise. The complete weekend story coming up.

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Police raid a Florida doctor's office after patients become sick following Botox injections.
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A plane heading to Florida has to make an emergency landing in Roanoke.
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Plus we'll take you to a restaurant where it's Saturday morning all the time. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Roanoke County police are looking for answers tonight, following the discovery of human remains.
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Investigators spent several hours searching wooded property near the interesection of Plantation and Hershberger Roads.
Police say the remains appear to have been there for quite some time, but investigators do not know yet how the person may have died.
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((LT. CHUCK MASON/ROANOKE CO. POLICE DEPT.: WE DO NOT YET KNOW WHO THE INDIVIDUAL IS, NOR MUCH ELSE. THE INVESTIGATION IS JUST COMMENCING AND WE'LL KNOW MORE AS WE GO ALONG.))
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[OUT Q=know more as we go along.]
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Investigators found a campsite nearby, and police say homeless individuals have stayed there in the past.
The remains were removed from the area this afternoon, and will be analyzed by the Medical Examiner's office.
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A Lear jet out of Toronto made an unscheduled stop in Roanoke this afternoon.
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The plane was on its way to Naples Florida when the crew reported a mechanical problem. It made an emergency landing at the Roanoke Regional Airport. A company out of Canada called Skyservice owns the jet and says the plane is used for medical transport. A spokesperson with Skyservice says there were no patients on board at the time. The malfunction that forced the plane to land has yet to be determined.
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A former Giles County pastor who molested a child will spend the next eight and a half years in prison.
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A jury found 54 year old Roger Holcomb guilty of taking indecent liberties with a minor and two counts of aggravated sexual battery. The panel originally recommended 10 and a half years. A judge kept the sentence but suspended two years in order to ensure Holcomb would be watched for the rest of his life when he got out.
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The suspended sentence enabled the judge to impose 20 years of supervised probation. Coming up tonight at 6:00, the mother of the victim speaks out.

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In Iraq, insurgents are keeping the pressure on, attempting to derail the January elections. But the President vows altering the scheddule is not an option. Jennifer Donelan has more.
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((IN CENTRAL BAGHDAD, REBELS LAUNCHED A BARRAGE OF ROCKET ATTACKS THURSDAY...LEAVING ONE IRAQI CIVILIAN DEAD AND 11 ELEVEN OTHERS INJURED.

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AT LEAST ONE MORTAR LANDED IN THE HEAVILY FORTIFIED GREEN ZONE...HOME TO SEVERAL EMBASSIES AND GOVERNMENT OFFICES...
WITH THE MONTH OF DECEMBER JUST UNDERWAY COMES THE FIRST REPORTS OF U.S. CASUALITIES...ONE AMERICAN SOLDIER WAS KILLED IN A VEHICLE ACCIDENT IN BAGHDAD...AND ANOTHER WAS KILLED IN MOSUL WHEN A JOINT U.S.-IRAQI PATROL CAME UNDER GUERILLA FIRE.
WITH THE ONGOING REBEL VIOLENCE AND NATIONAL ELECTIONS TWO MONTHS AWAY THE PENTAGON DECIDED TO BOOST TROOP LEVELS TO ABOUT 150, 000...AN ALL TIME HIGH.

SOT: PRESIDENT BUSH

"Our commanders requested some troops delayed...to help elex go forward and I honored their request."
WITH NOTED FORCE, THE PRESIDENT SAID ELECTIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ON JANUARY 30TH AS SCHEDULED DESPITE NUMEROUS CALLS TO POSTPONE VOTING UNTIL THE STREETS ARE SAFE.
BUT TIGHTENING SECURITY ISN'T THE ONLY CHALLENGE...
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IN AN EFFORT TO EDUCATE IRAQIS ABOUT THE VOTING PROCESS AND TO DRUM UP ENTHUSIASM...A NEW TELEVISION CAMPAIGN HIT THE AIRWAVES IN IRAQ. USING POSTERS AND NEWSPAPER ADS....THE RUSH TO GET IRAQIS SAFELY REGISTERED IS ON.
Standup - Jennifer Donelan There's plenty of reason to rush. Voter registration in Iraq ends on December 15th...about two weeks from now. Jennifer Donelan, CBS News, Washington))

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Defense witnesses are trying to paint a sympathetic picture of convicted killer Scott Peterson.
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First on the witness stand today was one of Scott's high school buddies, Aaron Fritz. Fritz told jurors that Peterson is a gracious, thoughtful man who always took the extra step to help others. Legal analsyts say the defense is in a tough position...if they make Scott look too good he could seem like a sociopath.
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((JIM HAMMER, LEGAL ANALYST: I THINK THERE'S A REAL DANGER THEY'RE PUSHING IT SO FAR THAT THE JURY IS GOING TO COMPLETEY TUNE OUT ALL OF THESE WITNESSES.))
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Yesterday, Petersons father told jurors that he could not even entertain the thought of his son getting the death penalty. Petersons older half-sister also testified that her parents would not be able to survive if Scott was executed.
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Still to come on the newscast, a former housesitter is convicted of forgery.
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Plus on Healthcheck, a local doctor says Botox is a safe alternative to cosmetic surgery.
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She was hired to watch their house while a Lynchburg family was on vacation ... instead she stole nearly five thousand dollars from their checking account.
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22-year-old Stephanie Lyne Calohan today pled guilty to 12 counts of forgery in Lynchburg Circuit Court.
Calohan wrote and cashed checks to herself from the account of Errett Callahan ... who had hired her to house-sit for two weeks last summer.
Callahan says the girl had been a friend of his family for years.
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((ERRETT CALLAHAN/HOMEOWNER: IT'S NOT LIKE SOMEBODY WE JUST PICKED UP OFF THE STREETS WHO WE DIDN'T KNOW AND TURNED OUR HOUSE AND POSSESSIONS OVER TO. IT'S SOMEBODY WHO WE HAD NO SUSPICIONS OF, NO FOREWARNINGS, NO INKLINGS. IT CAUGHT US OFF GUARD AND I'M USUALLY A PRETTY WARY PERSON.))
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Stephanie Calohan is serving a 24-hour jail term and will be on probation for one year.
She's also made restitution to the bank and the homeowners.
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Federal agents investigating four cases of possible botulism poisoning raided a doctors office in Florida last night.
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The four patients, who are now hospitalized, visited the Advanced Integrated Medical Center in Oakland Park for botox skin treatments last week. The agents were seen looking through files inside the building. Public health officials were hoping to receive lab results today which may tell them whether the victims have been stricken with botulism or with something else.
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The illnesses in Florida have some people questioning the safety of botox injections.
What you may not realize is that botox is made from a bacterium, the same toxin that causes food poisoning.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more--
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Shannon, Botox is made from a purified version of the bacterium that's approved by the FDA.
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While it can have side effects such as headache, respiratory infection, and temporary eye lid drooping -- a local plastic surgeon says in skilled hands it's very safe.
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Dr. Michael Breiner says patients shouldn't just trust anyone to give them botox. He says if the person doesn't follow the proper protocols from preparation to injection there can be problems.
For example, Botox has to be kept refrigerated --and once it's mixed for injection it's only good for two to three hours. Breiner says anything else puts the patient's health at risk.
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((SO IT NEEDS TO BE DONE BY SOMEONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO DO IT, KNOWS EXACTLY WHERE TO PUT IT, AND KNOWS EXACTLY THE DOSAGES TO PUT, OTHERWISE YOU CAN ASK FOR TROUBLE)) [RUNS12]
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Breiners says otherwise botox is safe and side effects are rare.
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((IT IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR YOU TO GET BOTULISM POISONING FROM THESE MICRO AMOUNTS INJECTED INTO THE MUSCLE)) [RUNS07]
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But what you can get is fewer wrinkles between the eyebrows.
And that's why Lynee Kilburn a patient and an employee of Breiner's--doesn't plan to give it up.
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((I LOVE IT. I LOVE IT. IT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD. YOU DON'T HAVE THE WRINKLES BETWEEN THE EYEBROWS. AND YOU DON'T HAVE THAT SCOWL LOOK ALL THE TIME. IT'S MADE A HUGE DIFFERENCE FOR ME )) [RUNS14]
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Breiner says patients should be leery of any practice that offer incredibly reduced prices. He says you get what you pay for --and it's not worth the health risk.
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Shannon

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Later on the newscast, you'll want to tune in
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[VO] as hundreds of students from the Roanoke Valley "tune up" for an upcoming holiday performance.
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The Roanoke College Children's Choir has been striking the right chord with listeners for nearly 2 decades. Brent Watts stopped by rehearsal earlier this week where the choir is getting all tuned up for this weekend's holiday concert.
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Coming up today in Sports, the Miami Hurricanes talk about the Hokies.
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Then a little bit later, we'll visit a restaurant where waitress have a few Trix up their sleeves...not to mention some Captain Crunch.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Thursday ticker. Rivalry week rolls on today as Miami and Virginia Tech's showdown draws closer.
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Despite a rocky first part of his college career, Miami quarterback Brock Berlin has put himself in contention for ACC player oft he year honors but the conference crown is most important to the senior.
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Berlin's counter part Bryan Randall knows the Tech-Miami series dates back to 1953, and while the rivalry didn't really catch fire until the two were in the Big East, the love-hate relationship between the Hurricanes and Hokies has intensified over the years.

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Coming at six Mike Stevens will have this week's ACC Connection as we travel the long and winding road with Tech senior and Florida native Eric Green.
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Mike Stevens will bring you plenty of pre-game Hokie coverage, live from Miami.
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[Take Friday Promo Board FS] He'll begin with live reports from the Orange Bowl tomorrow on News 7 at 5 and 6. [Take Saturday AM Promo Board FS] And Mike will join us throughout the hour on News 7 Saturday morning, starting at 8:00 a.m.
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The high school football playoffs are down to the final four in all divisions. Saturday marks the state semi-finals, and several of Friday Football Extra's teams still have a shot to bring home the gold. Here's the schedule for this Saturday afternoon.
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The Houston Astros have named Ivan DeJesus the new manager for the Salem Avalanche. The 51 year old spent last year with the Class A South Atlantic League Lexington legends. DeJesus replaces Russ Nixon who was re-assigned to Greenville in the Appalachian League.
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In the Major Leagues, the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Yankees Jason Giambi told a grand jury that he used steroids for at least three seasons. According to the paper, he admitted as well to having injected himself with human growth hormone in 2003.
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That's all for the ticker, the ACC Connection is coming your way at six.

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On Wall Street today, investors balanced another drop in oil prices against disappointing retail sales and a surprise jump in unemployment claims. Marcella Palmer has the details.
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A restaurant in Philadelphia is doing a little thinking outside the box.
The Cereality Cafe serves only breakfast cereal.
Tracy Sabol has more.
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