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Today on News 7 at 5, a jury has decided if convicted murderer Scott Peterson should die for his crimes.
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Plus the family of a missing local man says more should be done to find him.
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Also today Iraqi insurgents mark an important anniversary with a bomb attack.
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On Healthcheck, Americans seem to be losing their patience with low carb diets.
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And the Golden Globe nominations are out. News 7 at 5 is next.

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We have a live report from California tonight where a jury has come back with a verdict in the penalty phase of the Scott Peterson murder trial. Their only options were life in prison or the death penalty.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young. Earlier today, the jury asked to see 13 pieces of evidence, including autopsy photos and aerial photos of the site where the bodies of Peterson's wife Laci and their unborn son, Conner, were found. Last month, the same jury of six men and six women found Peterson guilty after deliberating just 7-hours.
As they considered the death penalty, the jury deliberated for three days. The judge will be able to reduce the sentence to life without parole, if he chooses to do so. Jennifer Miller is live in Redwood City, California with more.
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Firefighters are still mopping up at an Amherst County salvage yard where a fire destroyed one building and damaged several others today.
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Around three, crews were called to the Harris Excavating Company on Old Wright Shop Road.
One building was engulfed in flames, and the fire quickly spread to two surrounding structures.
It took firefighters more than an hour to bring everything under control.
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No one's sure what caused the fire.
There were no injuries.
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Two people lost their home to fire this morning in Roanoke.
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It started shortly after 11 in the one thousand block of 13th Street.
It took firefighters about a half hour to get it under control.
Authorities believe it began in a floor furnace.
The fire caused about 20 thousand dollars in damage.
The Red Cross is finding a new place for the residents to stay.
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A local family is asking authorities to step up their efforts in the search for an 82-year-old man.
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James Clayton Hall went missing five-months ago.
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The avid-outdoorsman went hiking in July, in the Kelly Hollow section of the Jefferson National Forest and hasn't been seen since.
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Ann Divers, Hall's ex-wife and mother of his six-children, says the last five-months have been hard for the family. She's praying something turns up in the case.
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Coming up tonight on News7 at six, we'll talk with Sheriff Ronnie Sprinkle and tell you what his department is doing to help solve the case and find James Hall.
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Up next on the newscast, Pakistan denies reports it is involved with secret C-I-A operations.
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And Iraqi rebels mark the aniversary of Saddam's arrest with a suicide bombing.
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It was one year ago today that American forces captured former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Insurgents in Iraq marked the occasion with a suicide bomb near the green zone in Baghdad.
Aleen Sirgany has more from Washington.
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((WHEN U.S TROOPS DRAGGED SADDAM HUSSEIN OUT OF THIS "DARK" HOLE IN TIKRIT, PRESIDENT BUSH GAVE THE NATION REASON TO THINK THE WORST WAS OVER.
MANDATOR DATE FONT: DECEMBER 13TH, 2003.
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"ALL IRAQIS CAN NOW COME TOGETHER AND REJECT VIOLENCE AND BUILD A NEW IRAQ."
BUT ONE YEAR TO THE DATE OF SADDAM'S CAPTURE,...... THE STREETS OF IRAQ ARE RIDDLED WITH MORE VIOLENCE .

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"THESE ARE SADDAM LOYALIST AND TERRORIST WHO SEEK TO DERAIL DEMOCRATIC PROCESS."
THE INSURGENTS ARE NOT RETREATING AS THE U.S ANTICIPATED. MORE U.S SOLDIERS HAVE BEEN KILLED SINCE SADDAM'S CAPTURE THAN BEFORE HE WENT INTO HIDING...SUNDAY, SEVEN MARINES WERE KILLED IN THE HEAVIEST DAILY TOLL FOR THE MILITARY SINCE THE ASSAULT ON FALLUJAH LAST MONTH.

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AND ON THIS FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF SADDAM'S CAPTURE, A SUICIDE BOMBER WITH ALLEGED TIES TO AL-QAIDA KILLED MORE THAN A DOZEN PEOPLE IN BAGHDAD.

SOT: U.S. OFFICER, MAJOR TAYLOR, SAYING: "A bomber from AIF (anti-Iraqi

forces), the enemies against Iraqis, conducted an attack against the innocent civilians waiting to come inside the international zone."
U.S MILITARY COMMANDERS ON THE GROUND NOW ACKNOWLEDGE THEY UNDERESTIMATED THE INSURGENT BACKLASH...AND THAT IRAQI SECURITY FORCES ARE NOT READY TO SECURE THEIR OWN COUNTRY. BUT THE U.S INSISTS IRAQ'S ELECTIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN JANUARY.
AND THERE'S STILL NO WORD, WHEN SADDAM WILL FACE TRIAL.
Question: is the U.S. disappointed with what appears to be a slow pace toward a trial?
ANS: Richard Boucher/State State : NO....WE ARE NOT.

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THE STATE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT'S TAKING SO LONG BECAUSE A TRIAL OF THIS NATURE IS VERY COMPLICATED...AT THE MOMENT, AUTHORITIES ARE STILL GATHERING INFORMATION ON MASS GRAVESITES AND COLLECTING THE NAMES OF MISSING PEOPLE....JUST SOME OF THE EVIDENCE SADDAM WILL HAVE TO ANSWER TO WHEN HE FINALLY DOES FACE TRIAL. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBSNEWS, WASHINGTON. ))

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Despite reports to the contrary, Pakistan says it has no CIA bases set up to hunt for Osama bin Laden.
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The country's denying a New York Times report, which says the spy agency has concluded bin Laden is being sheltered by tribesmen and foreign. A Pakistani official made two points today, saying, first, there's no evidence the al-Qaida leader is in the country.


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The same story quotes anonymous American officials as saying the C-I-A suspects bin Laden is controlling an elite terrorist cell that may be planning a ``spectacular'' attack against America.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has told C-N-N that bin Laden is ``definitely'' in the region. He did not say where.
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On Healthcheck, there are signs the low carb craze may be starting to cool down. Doctor Mallika Marshall tells us why the fad is starting to fade.
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((THERE'S AN ENORMOUS GLUT OF LOW CARB PRODUCTS ON STORE SHELVES...... EVERYTHING FROM ICE CREAM....BREAD....COOKIES.....CRACKERS.....PASTA....EVEN BEER! SOME RESTAURANT CHAINS HAVE EVEN CHANGED THEIR MENUS HOPING TO CASH IN ON THE LOW-CARB CRAZE..

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"we have 30 low carb items.. helps with smart eating."
BUT A RECENT SURVEY SUGGESTS THAT THE SALES OF THESE LOW-CARB PRODUCTS IS STARTING TO SLOW DOWN. GROWING ONLY 6-PERCENT FROM JUNE TO SEPT.. COMPARED TO 26-PERCENT THE PREVIOUS QUARTER.

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"the demand for low carb products is no greater now than it was a year or two ago."

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THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO NOW CLAIM THEY'RE ON A LOW CARB DIET IS ABOUT FIVE PERCENT.. ABOUT HALF WHAT IT WAS IN FEBRUARY.

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EXPERTS SAY IT SEEMS LIKE DIETERS ARE LOOKING FOR A MORE BALANCED APPROACH TO HELP THEM LOSE WEIGHT.

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"the low carb approach works for many but its not a one size fits all magic bullet. So the initial interest that everyone had has faded away once they found that it didn't work so well for them."
EVEN THOUGH LOW-CARB SALES SEEM TO BE SLOWING DOWN EXPERTS BELIEVE THERE COULD BE A RESURGENCE IN JANUARY.... THAT'S WHEN MANY PEOPLE TRY TO FULFILL THEIR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION OF LOSING WEIGHT. DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS. ))

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Coming up today in Sports, three more Cavaliers make the All American squad.
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[VO] Also we'll tell you why no one is shedding crocodile tears now that the big man on campus has been removed from a Florida University.
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Trappers at the University of Miami are the winners in a long standoff with crocodile.
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The endangered animal has been hiding out in Lake Osceola and getting a little too comfortable around humans. When the 200-pound croc left the water to warm himself in the sun, trappers nabbed him, taped his snout shut and carried him away.
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A little later in the newscast, we'll tell you who will be nominated for this year's Golden Globes.
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Plus the Fighting Irish introduce their new football coach.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. We begin in the world of college football where the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame welcomed NFL assistant coach Charlie Weis of the New England Patriots back to South Bend today.

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The Notre Dame grad gets a six year deal worth a reported $2 million bucks a season. Much like UVa's Al Groh - Weis is a disciple of Bill Parcells. And he plans to bring many of the Parcell traits with him to the Golden Dome.

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This afternoon Ty Willingham was officialy introduced as the next head coach at the University of Washington. He was hired by the man on the left, Todd Turner, the Washington athletic director. Turner was an assistant AD at UVa for 11 seasons. He was hired at Virgina by Gene Corrigan. Today, he makes a big hiring himself - giving Wittingham a five-year one point six million dollar deal to resurrect a 1-and-10 program.
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He is plenty familiar with the Pac 10, having coached at Stanford where he led the Cardinal to the Rose Bowl.

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The Associated Press released its all-American teams this afternoon and the University of Virginia placed two players on the first team squad and another on the second team.
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Tight end Heath miller continues to earn rave reviews as he lands on the AP's first team. Miller has now been named to ___ all-America squads making him a concensus All-American. And the same can be said for offensive guard Elton Brown, who also is a first team selection by the Associated Press.

And UVa sophomore linebacker Ahmad Brooks has been named to the second team all-American squad. Brooks led the Cavs with 85 tackles and six and a half sacks this season.
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The VMI basketball team is in action tonight at Cameron Hall taking on Bluefield. The game tips-off at eight this evening. And speaking of VMI - for the third consecutive week former VMI forward Reggie Williams was named the Big South Freshman of the Week for his play in two games last week. Shannon will be back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. Take care everybody.


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On Wall Street today, a better-than-expected report on retail sales helped boost the stock markets. Marcella Palmer has the details.
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Actor Jamie Foxx is red hot right now. He's been nominated for three golden globe awards. For best picture, some epics and some sleepers are in the mix. Teri Okita highlights a few of the nominations.
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((BUST OUT THE BUBBLY FOR ACTOR JAMIE FOXX WHOS CELEBRATING THREE GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS ON HIS 37TH BIRTHDAY. ITS THE FIRST TIME THAT A STAR HAS BEEN NOMINATED THREE TIMES IN ONE YEAR ONE FOR BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY OR MUSICAL FOR HIS PORTRAYAL OF RAY CHARLES ONE FOR SUPPORTING ACTOR IN COLLATERAL AND ONE FOR BEST ACTOR IN A T-V MOVIE FOR REDEMPTION.
TRACK: THE FILM SIDEWAYS SET IN CALIFORNIAS WINE COUNTRY TOPPED THE LIST WITH SEVEN NOMINATIONS, INCLUDING BEST MUSICAL OR COMEDY PICTURE.
TRACK: THE HOWARD HUGHS BIO-PIC, THE AVIATOR, WAS AWARDED SIX NOMINATIONS, INCLUDING BEST DRAMA.

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TRACK: ROUNDING OUT THE BEST DRAMA CATEGORY: CLOSER, FINDING NEVERLAND, HOTEL RWANDA, KINSEY, AND MILLION DOLLAR BABY.
TRACK: AND LEONARDO DICAPRIOS PORTRAYAL OF HOWARD HUGHES EARNED HIM A NOMINATION FOR BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA. THAT LIST ALSO INCLUDES JAVIER BARDEM FOR THE SEA INSIDE, DON CHEADLE FOR HOTEL RWANDA, JOHNNY DEPP FOR FINDING NEVERLAND, AND LIAM NEESON FOR KINSEY.

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TRACK: FOR BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA: NICOLE KIDMAN, SCARLETT JOHANSSEN, IMELDA STAUNTON, HILARY SWANK AND UMA THURMAN.
TRACK: ON T-V, THREE ACTRESSES FROM THE SIZZLING NEW SHOW, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES WERE GIVEN A NOD, AND THE SHOW GOT A NOMINATION FOR BEST T-V COMEDY. OTHERS ON THE LIST:

(Super: Mira Sorvino/Actress)
SOT: For best TV drama: 24, Deadwood, Lost, Nip/Tuck, the Sopranos.


TRACK: THE GOLDEN GLOBES WILL AIR JANUARY 16th. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, HOLLYWOOD.))
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