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Today on News 7 at 5, 22 people are killed, included two soldiers from Virginia in the latest attacks in Iraq.
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Plus a family loses its home to fire in Campbell County.
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Temperatures warmed up nicely today but big changes are not that far away. I'll have your forecast.

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Also today, a man pleads guilty to murder in Roanoke.
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More bad news for people who use certain pain relievers.
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And a broken water pipe will make life difficult for patients at one free clinic. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Nineteen American soldiers, including two Virginians, are among the dead after an attack on a U-S military base near Mosul.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young. Today's lunchtime attack is the largest to hit a US base in Iraq.
Soldiers, U.S. contractors and Iraqis are among the dead- and many more are injured. Aleen Sirgany is in Washington DC with more.
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(((Stills Courtesy: RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH, DEAN HOFFMEYER) IT IS ONE OF THE DEADLIEST ATTACKS AGAINST U.S SOLDIERS SINCE THE WAR BEGAN. TROOPS HAD JUST SAT DOWN TO LUNCH WHEN SUDDENLY THE DINING HALL ON THEIR BASE IN MOSUL CAME UNDER ATTACK. AMONG THE DEAD: U-S SOLDIERS, U.S AND FOREIGN CONTRACTORS AND MEMBERS OF THE IRAQI ARMY.

(SOT) BRIGADIER GENERAL CARTER HAM/COMMANDER, TASK FORCE OLYMPIA

11:35:53 "Our hearts go out to the families and the friends and the fellow soldiers who lost comrades in arms today, who lost husbands, fathers, brothers, both American and Iraqi. It is, indeed, a very, very sad day."

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A REPORTER EMBEDDED WITH U.S TROOPS DESCRIBED A SCENE OF MAYHEM.... A BLAST THAT KNOCKED SOLDIERS OUT OF THEIR SEATS. AND SECONDS LATER, AMID THE SHOCK, THEY SCRAMBLED TO HELP THE WOUNDED AND EACH OTHER....TURNING OVER LUNCH TABLES TO USE AS STRETCHERS. SOME OF THE TROOPS ARE BASED AT FT. LEWIS, WASHINGTON:

(SOT: Lt. Col. Bill Costello/Public Affairs Officer, Ft. Lewis 14:02:28

The soldiers of US, ft. lewis-based and iraqi counterparts took action to quickly evacuate those who were wounded and further prevent loss of life.)
ON AN INTERNET WEBSIDE, AN ISLAMIC MILITANT GROUP CALLED ANSAR AL-SUNNA TOOK RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ASSAULT.

(SOT)PRESIDENT BUSH

anytime of year...particularly sorrowful for the families

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WITH THE ELECTIONS IN IRAQ JUST A MONTH AWAY, THE WHITE HOUSE SAID THE VIOLENCE THERE IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE, BUT STILL SAYS IT WILL BE SAFE ENOUGH FOR THE IRAQI PEOPLE TO GO TO THE POLLS. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBSNEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Soldiers from a Virginia unit were among those sitting down to lunch when the attack occurred. The 276th Engineer Company, based out of Richmond, deployed last December.
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Governor Mark Warner was there to see the soldiers off.
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((MARK WARNER: I THINK IT REINFORCES THE FACT, SOMETHING WE OFTEN SAY, BUT IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE, FREEDOM ISN'T FREE. AND THESE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN ARE OUT DEFENDING OUR COUNTRY AND AGAIN, MY HOPE IS THAT THE PUBLISHED REPORTS ARE NOT TRUE- THAT IS NOT VIRGINIA GUARD, BUT REGARDLESS THERE WERE AMERICAN SOLDIERS LOST TODAY AND OUR THOUGHTS, I HOPE FOR EVERYONE, OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS WILL BE WITH THOSE FAMILIES OVER THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.))
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Warner says he first learned soldiers from the 276th were among those under attack this afternoon.
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The U-S Military is now in the process of notifying next of kin.

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A Campbell County family will be spending Christmas in a motel room after fire gutted their home near Naruna this morning.
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Firefighters from two area companies were called to this home on Maddox Road just before ten.
They soon found there was little they could do.
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((CARTER ROAKES/GLADYS V.F.D. CHIEF: THE HOUSE WAS FULLY INVOLVED AND THE MOTOR HOME RIGHT NEXT TO THE HOUSE, THAT HAD CAUGHT ON FIRE AND THAT WAS FULLY INVOLVED. YOU CAN SEE IT TOTALLY DESTROYED EVERYTHING.))
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The residents ... a father and his three children ... were in Lynchburg doing some Christmas shopping at the time.

The house is insured, but the family lost all of their Christmas presents which were stored in the motor home in the front yard.
The American Red Cross is assisting them.
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A water main break forced the closure of the New River Valley Free Clinic in Christiansburg.
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Last night a pipe burst in the sprinkler system, flooding the building. The clinic will be closed indefinitely. Tonight's medical services, dental clinics and the Giles satellite Clinic in Pearisburg are also canceled. No telephone calls or refill requests can be received or processed right now. If you'd already called in a prescription you can now pick it up at the Health Department in Christiansburg. The Clinic serves more than 3-thousand patients a year and had just moved into the newly renovated building a few months ago.
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A Roanoke man was convicted today of murder.
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23-year-old Marcus Jerome Nance pled guilty to second-degree murder and aggravated malicious wounding in connection with a shooting in July.
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Prosecutors say Nance and three other men got into a fight at the Stop-In gas station on Hershberger Road, when Nance began shooting. Joey Lee Joyce was fatally shot. Two other men -- Steven Jefferson and Michael Wood were wounded.
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((GARY LUMSDEN/NANCE'S ATTY: OUR POSITION IS HE TOOK A GUN INTO WHAT WAS A VIOLATILE SITUATION, AND HE UNDERSTANDS THAT AND HE'S MAN ENOUGH TO ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR IT AND THAT'S WHAT HE'S DONE TODAY.))
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Sentencing is scheduled for February second. We will have more on this story including testimony from the defendant coming up on News 7 at 6..
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The real life courtroom drama continues for actor Robert Blake, who is accused of killing his wife.
Teri Okita brings us the latest.
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(((LOCATOR: Van Nuys, CA)
TRACK: ROBERT BLAKE HAD LOTS TO TALK ABOUT WITH HIS ATTORNEY AS THE DEFENSE CONTINUED ITS OPENING STATEMENT. BLAKES ATTORNEY CONTINUED TO DISCREDIT SEVERAL OF THE PROSECUTIONS KEY WITNESSES CALLING TWO OF THEM DRUG ADDICTS WHO EXPERIENCED HALLUCINATIONS.
TRACK: THE DEFENSE SAYS IT CAN DISPROVE PROSECUTION CLAIMS THAT BLAKE HIRED THE MEN, ONE NAMED DUFFY HAMBLETON, TO KILL HIS WIFE, BONNY LEE BAKLEY.

(Super: Gerald Schwartzbach/Defense Attorney)
SOT: There are no tape recordings of Mr. Blake soliciting Duffy

Hamleton. There is NO evidence that Mr. Blake solicited him.
TRACK: BUT PROSECUTORS CLAIM, WHEN THE HIT FELL THROUGH, BLAKE KILLED BAKLEY HIMSELF. THEY DESCRIBE THE 71-YEAR-OLD ACTOR AS A MAN FILLED WITH HATRED FOR HIS WIFE WHOM HE MARRIED ONLY AFTER SHE GOT PREGNANT. THEY SAY HE WAS DESPERATE TO KEEP SOLE CUSTODY OF THEIR BABY GIRL, ROSIE.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: But the defense says theres no direct OR circumstantial evidence not even a hair or a fingerprint pinning Blake to the crime and that he had no reason to kill her.
TRACK: THEY SHOWED A CLIP OF HIS JAILHOUSE INTERVIEW WITH BARBARA WALTERS. IN IT, BLAKE SAID HE HAD A FRIENDLY RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS WIFE AND WOULDNT HAVE RISKED LOSING HIS DAUGHTER BY BREAKING THINGS OFF WITH BAKLEY.
CLIP: Walters: You could have gotten a divorce. Blake: Why? Walters: But I mean, if things didnt work out, you could have gotten divorced. Blake: Why? Its about Rosie. From the second I touched Rosie, its all about her. The greatest gift in the world, and Im going to try to mess it up by being selfish. (:16)
TRACK: ROSIE IS NOW BEING RAISED BY BLAKES ADULT DAUGHTER. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES. ))

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Next on the newscast, doctors issue yet another warning about dangerous side effects linked to a brand of pain reliever.
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Plus authorities in West Virginia are looking for the pilot of a plane that crashed carrying 24 MILLION dollars in cocaine.
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At least four law enforcement agencies are investigating a plane crash in West Virginia this weekend.
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The F-A-A says the twin-engine plane went down Saturday night near the Wheeling-Ohio County Airport. While no people were found at the site, 500-pounds, or about 24-million dollars worth of cocaine were. Police are trying to find the pilot while the National Transportation Safely Board tracks the flight's origin. The West Virginia State Police and the National Transportation Safety Board are also investigating.
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A young mother is being buried today, before she had a chance to see her daughter.
Bobbie Jo Stinett was killed by a woman who then took her baby from the womb.
Jennifer Donelan reports from Maryville, Missouri.
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((ON A BITTER COLD WINTER DAY IN MARYVILLE MISSOURI, THE SUN OFFERED A LITTLE WARMTH BUT NO COMFORT TO DOZENS OF GRIEVING FAMILY MEMBERS AND FRIENDS AS THEY GATHERED TO SAY GOODBYE TO BOBBIE JO STINETT.
SHE WAS ONLY 23 YEARS OLD AND 8 MONTHS PREGNANT WHEN SHE WAS STRANGLED.
HER BABY....CUT FROM HER WOMB.
Sot - Charles Wood/Family Friend.
Standup - Jennifer Donelan "'In loving memory of Bobbie Joe Stinnett'...the funeral program...with a picture of Bobbie Joe on the back. The minister who married Bobbie JOe and her husband in the Spring of 2003, performed the ceremony.
AS THEY CAME TO REMEMBER THE YOUNG WOMAN WHO NEVER GOT A CHANCE TO BE A MOM...AND TO EXPRESS THANKS THAT THE BABY SURVIVED....ANGRY WORDS AIMED AT 36 YEAR OLD LISA MONTGOMERY QUICKLY FOLLOWED.

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"She' satanic. " "
POLICE SAY MONGOMERY CONFESSED TO KILLING STINNETT and KIDNAPPING THE BABY. AND SHE FACES A FEDERAL CHARGE OF KIDNAPPING resulting in DEATH.
THE BABY CALLED VICTORIA JO IS OUT OF THE HOSPITAL AND IN HER FATHERS CARE...FRIENDS SAY THAT IS THE TRUE MIRACLE.
Sot - Jean Rogers/Family Friend. There is a part of bobbie jo still with us

IT'S NOW UP TO THE FAMILY AND COMMUNITY TO TEACH LITTLE VICTORIA ABOUT HER MOTHER....THE GOOD MEMORIES.....OF HER LIFE...BEFORE DEATH STEPPED IN. JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, MARYVILLE MISSOURI))

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Yet another popular painkiller is being looked at for its potential side effects on the heart.
A government study found the drug in the pain reliver Aleve increased the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Doctor Sean Kenniff has more.
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((FIRST IT WAS VIOXX, THEN BEXTRA, THEN CELEBREX. NOW RESEARCH IS SHOWING THE PAINKILLER NAPROXEN, SOLD UNDER THE NAME ALEVE, MAY LEAD TO HEART PROBLEMS.

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IN FACT, THE GOVERNMENT STUDY FOUND PATIENTS TAKING THE DRUG HAD A 50 PERCENT GREATER RISK OF HAVING A HEART ATTACK OR STROKE...than those taking a placebo.
PATIENTS ARE BEING ADVISED TO FOLLOW PACKAGING DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY AND TO NOT TAKE THE DRUG FOR MORE THAN 10 DAYS.

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ALEVE IS AVAILABLE OVER THE COUNTER, HAS BEEN USED FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS, AND WAS THOUGHT TO BE SAFE. BUT THE INITIAL RESPONSE FROM PATIENTS LIKE TODD MARTIN, WHO TAKES ALEVE FOR BACK PAIN, IS THAT OF WORRY.

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Im going to stop taking it :02

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BUT THIS NEW STUDY IS CONFUSING TO SAY THE LEAST. FIRST IT CONTRADICTS PAST RESEARCH THAT SHOWED ALEVE MAY ACTUALLY PROTECT THE HEART. AND THIS SAME STUDY ALSO FOUND CELEBREX DID NOT DAMAGE THE HEART EVEN THOUGH RECENT RESEARCH SHOWED HIGH DOSES CAN.

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SO WHICH DRUG IS SAFE AND WHICH ONE IS DANGEROUS?. THE ANSWER - IS THERES NO SUCH THING AS A SAFE DRUG... JUST ABOUT ANYTHING TAKEN IN HIGH DOSES OR FOR TOO LONG CAN HAVE DETERMENTAL SIDE EFFECTS. ALSO EVERY PATIENT IS DIFFERENT... WHAT MAY EFFECT ONE PERSON, MAY NOT EFFECT ANOTHER.

(SOT-Dr. Todd Schlifstein/NYU Medical Center)

"it's important to get the information from your own physician, uh to make sense of what's most appropriate for you as a patient, which should be individualized." :08
RESEARCHERS WILL EVENTUALLY BE ABLE TO GIVE US MORE DEFINITIVE ANSWERS ABOUT THESE DRUGS. UNTIL THEN ITS UP TO DOCTORS AND PATIENTS TO DECIDE TOGETHER WHAT THE BEST COURSE OF ACTION IS. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up after the break, Leo will have our extended look at the weather.
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[VO] Plus police in one local region warn store clerks to watch out for some funny money.
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Phony Benjamins are making their way around Pulaski County.
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Investigators with the Sheriff's office say several counterfeit 100 dollar bills have been passed at at least five businesses. Several of the fake bills were spent at the Walmart in Fairlawn and the Dogwood Lodge. Other fakes have turned up in the town of Pulaski. If you have any information call the Sheriff's Office. You can leave an anonymous message.
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Coming up after the break, Mike Stevens explains why
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if you want to go to the Sugar Bowl, but don't have the cash... you may want to go see the Roanoke Dazzle first.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Tuesday night ticker.
The Roanoke Dazzle is in action tonight at the Roanoke Civic Center taking on the Huntsville Flight in a seven o'clock tip-off. It is the first of two home games this week for the Dazzle. Having two games the week of Christmas is not usually desirable, but the Dazzle is trying to turn it into a positive for the fans.
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Things that involve Virginia Tech. With the help of Botetourt Travel, the Dazzle has come up with a Sugar Bowl Package that it will be giving away absolutely free with phase one of the contest set for tonight.
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Now the great thing about the promotion is that it is two fold. After getting registered tonight, you need to come back on Thursday night when the winner of the trip is selected. And you may want to wear your sneakers because to get the tickets, the transportation and the accomodations you will need to shoot the basketball. More details on this tonight on News 7 at Six.

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The final division one double A football poll of the season is out, and not surprisingly the James Madison University Dukes are number one in the nation. The recently crowned national champions from the Atlantic 10 Conference finished the year at 13-and-2. Head coach Mickey Matthews took some this week to look back on the title clinching win over Montana and how his team grew up this season.
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The A-10 conference put four teams in the final top 10 for the first time ever including William & Mary at number 3.
Much more for you tonight at the top of the hour. But first Shannon will be back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, the stock markets reached their highest levels in more than three years.
Marcella Palmer tells us why in today's Marketwatch report.
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The author of the Harry Potter series says one of the characters won't survive the next book.
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J-K Rowling (RAHL'-ing) says she's completed her sixth book about the boy wizard. It's called ``Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince'' and it will be released July 16th. It is already in the top ten on Amazon-dot-com. Rowling says that one of her characters will not survive but that Potter himself is safe, at least for now. Rowling has said her teenage hero will survive until the seventh and final book in the series, but she has refused to say whether he will reach adulthood.
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