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His girlfriend apparently jumped out of his truck and died.. Now will a known ABC agent face charges-
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And how about a sweet trip south.. many hokie fans are making plans. How many tickets are available? We'll have a report.
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A chilly rain today will be replaced by a warmer rain tomorrow and some gusty winds after that. Details and some timely information from Brent Watts on preparing for winter storms.

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Police indentify the body found last week in woods just outside Roanoke.
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And after Vioxx was pulled from the shelves, what about Celebrex? A new study answers some important questions.
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And we'll show you some gingerbread houses that are true winners. News 7 at 5 is next.

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No charges will be filed against a retired and well-known Franklin County A-B-C agent whose girlfriend died earlier this year .. after she apparently jumped from his truck. 50 year old Sharon Edwards of Moneta died the next day at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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The truck was driven by Jimmy Beheler who was Edward's boyfriend. Today, a special prosecutor presented evidence to a grand jury, to decide whether Beheler should be charged with involuntary manslaughter, but grand jury members rejected the indictment.
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Tonight on News 7 at 6, we'll talk to the Special Prosectur Joel Branscomb about today's grand jury decision.

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Republicans listening in to democratic phone calls. It happened two years ago.
Now there may be an out of court settlement in the eavesdropping case.
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The case sought damages from the Republican party and other defendants after former state G-O-P director Ed Matricardi eavesdropped on two Democratic conference calls two years ago.
The plaintiffs, including Matricardi, Republican Party and other former Republican leaders will reportedly pay nearly 750- thousand- dollars to 33- Democrats.
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Attorneys for the Democrats are expected to release a statement on the settlement later this evening.

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Roanoke County Police have determined the identy of skeletal remains found last week.
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They were found in a field near Plantation Road and Hershberger. Police say the remains are those of 43 year old Steven Mark Sydoriak, who had been reported missing last April. It's believed he had been living in a makeshift encampment in nearby woods. Police belief his death was NOT the result of foul play.
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Hokie fans are starting to plan their trips to the Sugar Bowl. Ninth ranked Tech will take on third ranked Auburn January third in New Orleans.
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New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa has been looking into the ticket situation. Rachel how many does the university have?
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Tech has about 35-thousand tickets to the game and they expect to sell out.
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Phones are ringing off the hook at travel agencies across Blacksburg. Agents couldn't even catch their breathe they were so busy at University Travel this morning. People were calling, faxing, going on line and even lining up at the front door for a chance to go to the Sugar Bowl.

Travel agencies are setting up packages right now, where you can get tickets and take care the plane and hotel arrangements all at the same time.
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You can buy tickets directly through the University and students will find out on Wednesday about tickets specifically for them.
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Coming up tonight at 6:00, we'll hear from travel agents and fans wanting for their sweet trip.



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People who lost loved ones on 9-11 are putting pressure on lawmakers- they want intelligence reform passed.
They may get what they're asking- The president says a deal is close- a deal that many say will make America safer.
Scott Rapoport has the latest from Washington where families are making their voices heard.
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(( UNITED IN THEIR CALL TO CONGRESS -- A GROUP OF 9/11 FAMILIES IS DEMANDING LAWMAKERS TURN ARGUMENT INTO ACTION.... AND PASS INTELLIGENCE REFORM NOW. MARY FETCHET/LOST SON ON 9/11 "so that my family, and your family, and our country is safer." THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS A DEAL TO OVERHAUL THE NATION'S INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES IS NEAR. President bush - "As we speak, we're working with key members to address concerns." BUT POLITICAL WRANGLING HAS THREATENED TO DELAY A VOTE UNTIL NEXT SESSION. THOSE WHO LOST LOVED ONES ON SEPTEMBER 11TH SAY FAILING TO PASS THE MEASURE THIS WEEK WOULD BE A CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO THE TERRORISTS.
BEVERLY ECKERT/LOST HUSBAND ON 9/11 "I think there's a good bet that Al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden would like to see this bill delayed too." THE LEGISLATION WOULD CREATE A NATIONAL SECURITY DIRECTOR... OVERHAUL THE NATION'S 15 SPY AGENCIES... AND STRENGTHEN THE ABILITY TO ARREST THOSE WHO AID AND TRAIN TERRORISTS. (books) .... REFORMS, IN PART, RECOMMENDED BY THE COMMISSION THAT INVESTIGATED 9/11.
BUT SOME OPPONENTS CLAIM THE BILL WOULD INTERFERE WITH THE MILITARY CHAIN OF COMMAND....AND PREVENT INTELLIGENCE FROM REACHING TROOPS IN BATTLE...FAST ENOUGH. THESE FAMILIES SAY THE GOVERNMENT FAILED THEIR LOVED ONES ONCE -- AND HAS A RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT ANOTHER ATTACK.
CARIE LEMACK/LOST MOTHER ON 9/11 - I don't wanna have to look those other victim's family members in the eyes and say we couldn't get it done because your loved ones didn't matter until they died." SCOTT RAPOPORT/CBS NEWS: 9/11 FAMILIES SAY THEY'LL BE BACK AT THE WHITE HOUSE TONIGHT, AS THE CONGRESSIONAL CHRISTMAS PARTY GETS UNDERWAY..... TO REMIND LAWMAKERS OF THEIR UNFINISHED BUSINESS. SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Meanwhile today a terrorist attack on the U-S consulate in Saudi Arabia- Tonight U-S officials say they suspect Al Qaeda is responsible.
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At least five people were killed in the attack.. though Americans were hurt.
Islamic Militants reportedly attacked the gate at the U=S consulate in Jeddah (Jed-uh)- tossed in explosives and the

n stormed in after.
Five Saudis who worked at the embassy were killed along with three of the attackers.
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President Bush met with Iraq's interim president today saying today's assault serves as a continued warning.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THE ATTACKS IN SA REMIND US THE TERRORISTS ARE STILL ON THE MOVE THEY'RE INTERESTED IN THE WILL OF FREE OCUNTRIES .))
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President Bush says the terrorists want the U-S to leave Saudi Arabia and Iraq.

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Is Celebrex likely to cause the same health problems as Vioxx? Just ahead, a new study has some important answers.


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And it's back to court for Scott Peterson, as the defense tries to save his life.
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Defense Attorneys are doing what they can to spare Scott Peterson's life.
It is day five in the penalty phase of the trial. Witnesses are asking that Peterson be sapred the death penalty.
As Manuel Gallegus reports, some of the testimony had Peterson in tears.
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((THE FAMILY OF SCOTT PETERSON BACK IN COURT FOR WHAT WILL LIKELY BE THE LAST FEW DAYS OF TESTIMONY IN THE PENALY PHASE OF THE CASE THE DEFENSE IS CALLING 14 MORE WITNESSES TODAY MORE PEOPLE WHO KNEW PETERSON AS A TEENAGER AND YOUNG MANTHERE WAS A FORMER GOLF PRO, HIS HIGH SCHOOL COACH, AND A WOMAN WHO WORKED WITH SCOTT AT A GOLF COURSE. ALL OF THEM SAID THAT THEY CANT RECONCILE WHATS HAPPENED WITH THE SCOTT PETERSON THEY KNEW AND THAT HE SHOULD NOT BE PUT TO DEATH. HIS FORMER CO-WORKER ACTUALLY TOLD THE JURORS THAT SHE DOES NOT BELIEVE SCOTT IS GUILTY...A SENTIMENT LATER ECHOED BY TWO OF SCOTTS UNCLESONE WHO TOLD JURORS POINT BLANK YOU MADE A MISTAKE.
BUT NO ONE IS TALKING ABOUT THE CRIME.
JIM HAMMER, ATTY. COURTROOM OBSERVER By their silence the prosecution is really pointing to the elephant in the room, which is you can say all you want about Scott Peterson in high school, about his great golf shot and promises as a future professional golfer but none of it undermines the severity of this crime
-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, REDWOOD CITY IT MAY SEEM IRRELEVANT FOR JURORS TO HEAR ABOUT WHAT SCOTT WAS LIKE AS A LITTLE BOY OR ON THE GOLF COURSE AS A TEENAGER. BUT LEGAL ANALYSTS SAY THE DEFENSE STRATEGY IS CALCULATED. lEGAL ANALYST/COURTROOM OBSERVER DANIEL HOROWITZ: Even If this jury is resentful at being told they got it wrong, will they inflict the same pain on the Petersons that clearly has been demonstrated was inflicted on the Rochas by Scott's act." AS ONE OF SCOTTS COUSINS TESTIFIED ABOUT HOW KIND AND SWEET HE ISPETERSON WAS CRYING AS WAS HIS MOTHER JACKIE THE JUDGE TOLD JURORS THEYLL GET THE CASE ON THURSDAY. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS REDWOOD CITY. ))

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A delay in Robert Blake's murder trial- after a break in at his lawyer's house.
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Authorities say someone broke in and stole a computer last week-
Now the judge wants to know if any jurors heard about the break in.
Blake is charged with murdering his wife... Bonnie Lee Bakely... Opening statements are now set to begin December 20th.
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Ever since Vioxx was pulled off the market for increasing the risk of heart attack, there has been worry similar painkillers might do the same. But according to a new study, it appears another popular painkiller does not efffect the heart in the same detrimental way. Doctor Sean Kenniff has the story.

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(((nats)(New York, NY) EVER SINCE A HOCKEY INJURY FOUR YEARS AGO JOHN SOKOLSKY (suh-call-ski) HAS LIVED WITH A CONTINUOUS PAIN IN HIS LEFT SHOULDER.

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"it's usualy like a sharp pain, a stabbing pain usually in this area." :05
HE USED TO TAKE VIOXX TO RELIEVE THE PAIN. WHEN THAT WAS PULLED OFF THE MARKET FOR INCREASING THE RISK OF HEART ATTACK HE SWITCHED TO A SIMILAR PAINKILLER CALLED CELEBREX. BUT SINCE BOTH DRUGS ARE IN A CLASS CALLED COX-2 INHIBITOR HE'S A LITTLE WARY AND SOMETIME CHOOSES TO STAY IN PAIN INSTEAD OF TAKING THE DRUG.

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"I pretty much deal with it." :02

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS)

BUT A NEW STUDY MIGHT EASE THE MIND OF JOHN AND PEOPLE LIKE HIM.... BECAUSE IT APPEARS ALL COX-2 INHIBITORS DO NOT HAVE THE SAME DAMAGING EFFECT ON THE HEART.

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"not all cox 2 inhibitors are identical." :03
RESEARCHERS COMPARED CELEBREX TO TRADITIONAL PAINKILLERS LIKE IBUPROFEN.
AND UNLIKE VIOXX... CELEBREX DID NOT INCREASE THE RISK OF HEART ATTACK.

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"so far there is no evidence that celebrex is in the category of causing those types of problems." :07
BUT THIS STUDY DID NOT LOOK AT ANOTHER POPULAR COX-2 CALLED BEXTRA.... RECENT RESEARCH HAS SUGGESTED IT MAY HAVE HEART DAMAGING EFFECTS.
AND EXPERTS SAY DOCTORS SHOULD AVOID GIVING ANY COX-2 DRUGS TO PATIENTS AT RISK OF HEART PROBLEMS.

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BUT FOR PEOPLE WITH A HEALTHY HEART, LIKE JOHN, THIS STUDY SHOWS CELEBREX CAN EASE THE PAIN WITHOUT THE WORRY. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.
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This may be December, but highs in the 60's. Robin has your weather outlook just ahead.
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But you know what's coming, sooner or later. We'll help get you ready for winter weather this week, and we'll begin right after the break.
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With colder weather and chilly precipitation part of the forecast this week, it's a great time to plan ahead for storms. Virginia's Department of Emergency Management has designated this Winter Preparedness Week. Today Brent Watts will focus on Winter Watches and Warnings, an important, but sometimes confusing topic.
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The Hokies get ready for another trip to the Sugar Bowl. Mike has the story just ahead in sports.
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And we have a winner .. actually more than one. We'll show you some of the best gingergread houses around.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. The Virginia men's basketball team is back in action tonight with another away game at Iowa State.
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Earlier today, the 6-and-0 Cavs were rewarded for their wins last week over Northwesterrn and Auburn by getting ranked 19th in the new AP top 25. That moves the Cavs up five spots this week. There are still 7 teams in the top 25.
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The Virginia Cavaliers football team is doing its best to drum up support for its bowl game in Boise, Idaho. But the fact is - it's just hard to get fans to travel that far two days after Christmas.

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ACC Commissioner John Swofford was at the Tech-Miami game on Saturday and told us he would have liked to have seen UVa in Orlando in the Champs Sports Bowl.
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But in reality, few fans can make the trip. UVa knows that, and to their credit the school's administators are offering chance for UVa fans to support the bowl and fill the stands without leaving their homes. The tickets purchased through the UVa ticket office will be donated and distributed to Air Force personnel and their families at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Mountain Home, Idaho as well as service personnel stationed at the Idaho Air Guard and Idaho National Guard bases in Boise, Idaho who just deployed a significant number of personnel to Iraq.

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Virginia Tech has established a nice little history with the Sugar Bowl. Next month, the Hokies third Sugar berth will also be their 12th straight bowl appearance, a mark matched by only four other teams, and one that Frank Beamer is quite proud of.
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Take care everybody, Jean will be back in a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Wall Street starts the week on a mostly down note. Marcella Palmer has the details in our Marketwatch report.
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The 3rd Annual Gingerbread house competition has come to a close. The winners were announced this afternoon at the Carriage house in Salem.
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Residents of Snyder Nursing Home won the Amateur category with their log cabin entry. A replica of an 1800's printing press submitted by the Salem Times Register won the local celebrity category. And art students from Nine North Art won the school category with their "gingerbread villiage." Best in show went to Roger and Mary Dalton, a Roanoke county couple. The houses were auctioned off, raising over 400 dollars for the Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce.
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New developments in the case of a trailer park with a history of pollution problems.
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Plus Watches, warnings, advisories... what you should know when winter weather threatens.
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[Closing Animation] Those stories on News Seven at Eleven.

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Environmentalists opposed it.
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Now someone's set fire to a subdivision under construction.
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[Closing Animation] The story on News Seven at Eleven.