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Today on News 7 at 5, a million-dollar settlement for the law school shootings in Grundy almost three years ago.
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And relief pours in from the region and world to countries battered by the earthquake and tsunami.
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No big changes, still working a warmer than normal forecast. Details coming up.

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On Healthcheck tonight, a free clinic in the New River Valley needs more time to recover from weather-related damage.


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And calling all donors. The Red Cross puts out a help for the holidays alert, as supplies start to dwindle.
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Plus Mike Stevens has the Hokies covered from the Big Easy. News 7 at 5 is next.
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((THE ADMINISTRATION, THEY WERE TOLD TIME AND TIME AGAIN, STUDENTS & STAFF SAID THEY WERE AFRAID OF THIS GUY.
WE ARE NOT ADMITTING ANY LIABILITY FOR THE ACTIONS THAT OCCURRED IN THIS VERY TRAGIC EVENT OF JANUARY 16, 2002.))
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The lawsuits over that fatal shooting at Appalachian Law School are settled for one million dollars.
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Once lawyers determined the law school's insurance would pay one million dollars- four families got together and decided how the money would be divided among them.
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The family of Angela Dales gets the largest share, 342-thousand dollars.
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As soon as the lawsuit was settled, attorneys for the families of those killed and injured issued a statement attacking school administrators for "capitalizing" on the publicity from Peter Odighizuwa's shooting spree.
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((OFFICIALS OF THE LAW SCHOOL SAID APPLICATIONS INCREASED AS A RESULT OF THIS. I GUESS IT'S NOT WHAT KIND OF PUBLICITY YOU GET, BUT ANY KIND OF PUBLICITY YOU GET IN THIS COUNTRY MIGHT HELP YOU.))
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Three of those injured in the melee will get 219-thousand dollars each in the settlement approved today. Dales' 10-year old daughter stands to collect a little more than 100-thousand dollars when she turns 18, while the rest will be placed in a trust.
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More bodies have been found on the Indonesian island of Sumatra- pushing the number of people killed by the tsunamis to more than 117 thousand.
And the United Nations is warning things could get far worse.
As Jennifer Donelan reports thousands are still missing.
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(( UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN SAYS THE WORLD COMMUNITY IS STEPPING UP IN A BIG WAY TO HELP THE ASIAN TSUNAMI VICTIMS. JENNIFER DONELAN HAS THE LATEST.
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SCENES FROM INDONESIA - WHERE ABOUT 80,000 ARE DEAD...WHERE THE MAIN CITY IS 60% DESTROYED - REVEAL HOW MUCH WORK LIES AHEAD. IN THAILAND, FOREIGN FORENSIC EXPERTS RACED TO IDENTIFY THE DEAD WHILE URGING LOCAL AUTHORITIES NOT TO CREMATE BODIES. BUT WITH THE HOT WEATHER AND FEAR OF DISEASE...TIME IS RUNNING OUT. Khunying Ponthip Rojanasuan/Central Institute of Forensic Science "It's has become very difficult because of the condition of body shows severe decomposition." IN SRI LANKA THEY'RE STILL PULLING BODIES FROM THIS TRAIN WRECKAGE. WHEN WAVES PLUCKED THE TRAIN OFF ITS TRACKS, THIS FAMILY GOT OFF THE TRAIN, MOST OF THE 1,000 PASSENGERS DID NOT AND DIED. Survivor: "Water, wheels were coming fast, they had no chance of getting off." WITH A DEATH TOLL OF MORE 115,000 ACROSS 12 COUNTRIES AND BODIES STILL WASHING ASHORE, IT'S AS IF THE NIGHTMARE WILL EVER END. Kofi Annan/UN Secretary General: There are places still haven't been accessed. as you gain access to these areas you find additional horrors. FINDING HELP HASN'T BEEN HARD. DONATIONS FROM WORLD GOVERNMENTS NOW TOTAL HALF-A-BILLION DOLLARS AND THE U-N JOINED A COALITION OF NATIONS LED BY THE UNITED STATES. AFTER SIGNING A CONDOLENCE BOOK AT THAILAND'S EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON THURSDAY, SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL SAID MORE HELP IS ON THE WAY. Colin Powell/Secretary of State The United States is in for the immediate humanitarian relief part of this and also for a long-term reconstruction. JENNIFER DONELAN NEXT WEEK WHEN LAWMAKERS RETURN TO WORK...A PROPOSED AID PACKAGE...A CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION PLANS VISIT THE DEVASTATION. JENNIFER DONELAN,

CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.)) [5-Quake-Aid]


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Despite the magnitude of the disaster, hundreds of agencies around the world are pitching in to help ... including a Bedford County organization that already has many links to that part of the world.
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WorldHelp has been helping needy people around the world for more than a decade.
They already have teams of workers and volunteers in place who are helping victims in eight coastal villages in India.
The idea is to keep survivors alive until more aid can reach them.
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((VERNON BREWER/WORLDHELP PRESIDENT: FOOD, CLOTHING, MEDICINE, BLANKETS, TENTS, SAFE WATER, JUST TO KEEP THE SURVIVORS ALIVE IN THESE NEXT FEW CRITICAL DAYS. AND THEN LONG-RANGE, WE HOPE TO HELP THEM REBUILD THESE EIGHT VILLAGES.))
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WorldHelp has already wired 20-thousand dollars in donations to India.
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[Take WDBJ Web FS]
If you would like a list of agencies providing relief to the earthquake and tsunami victims, and how to contact those agencies, you can go any time to our web site at wdbj7-dot-com.
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It's day three for the Hokies in New Orleans as they continue preparing for the Sugar Bowl matchup with Auburn Monday night.
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Mike Stevens is outside the Superdome complex with the latest.
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The cleanup is slow and careful after yesterday's fierce battle between U-S forces and insurgents in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. Bianca Solorzano has the latest on Iraq, where the latest attack set fire to an oil pipeline.
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((JUST OUTSIDE OF KIRKUK FIRE AND BILLOWING SMOKE AFTER A BOMB BLEW OFF A SECTION OF AN OIL PIPELINE FEEDING IRAQ'S BIGGEST REFINERY.
PIPELINE SABOTAGE HAS BEEN INTENSE SINCE U-S FORCES ATTACKED FALLUJA LAST MONTH.

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THIS IS WHAT'S LEFT AFTER WEDNESDAY'S ATTACK IN MOSUL.
INSURGENTS TRIED TO RAM A TRUCK PACKED WITH HALF A TON OF EXPLOSIVES INTO A U-S MILITARY POST.
U-S TROOPS RESPONDED AND WERE AMBUSHED WITH A SECOND SUICIDE CAR BOMBING AND A HUGE GUNBATTLE.
ONE U-S SOLDIER WAS KILLED AND MORE THAN A DOZEN INJURED.
U-S WARPLANES ATTACKED AND KILLED AT LEAST 25 GUERILLAS.

THE U-S MILITARY SAYS THE ATTACK WAS WELL COORDINATED..GUERILLAS ARE TRYING EVERYTHING THEY CAN TO DERAIL IRAQ'S NATIONAL ELECTIONS JANUARY 30TH.
JUST LAST MONTH SECURITY COLLAPSED IN MOSUL WHEN REBELS OVERRAN SEVERAL POLICE STATIONS.

THE U-S MILITARY ADMITS IT IS NOT IN CONTROL OF SOME AREAS, AND PLANS TO SEND THOUSANDS MORE TROOPS TO THE CITY TO KEEP THE APPROACHING VOTE ON TRACK AND SAFE.

BIANCA SOLORZANO FOR CBS NEWS. ))

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The Red Cross has a New Year's request for you. The details are still ahead on Healthcheck.
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And the cleanup is far from over at a clinic that many people use in the NRV.
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In Healthcheck tonight, many patients count on the free clinic in Christiansburg for health care... but it could be several weeks before hundreds of patients can get a checkup. The New River Valley Free Clinic shutdown last week after a pipe burst flooding the entire building.
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Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa visited the clinic today. Rachel, when do they expect to reopen?
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Jean, not until sometime in February. The damage to the building is estimated at more than 100 thousand dollars.
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((Last week on the coldest day of the year, the NVR Free Clinic became a victim of the weather. The building was flooded with 8 inches of water.
NATS: fan blowing....
A week later and the building is still drying out.

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((RICHARD PANTALEO: IT'S NOT FRUSTRATING BUT FOR A SMALL NON-PROFIT IT'S CATASTROPHIC. SO WE'VE REALLY HAD TO SCRAMBLE TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO KEEP SOME LEVEL OF SERVICE TO OUR PATIENTS :50 AND TO KEEP OUR EMPLOYEES WORKING.)) [RUNS:14]
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The clinic serves 33-hundred people a year. Last year it did 2.6 million dollars in health care services.

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((RACHEL DEPOMPA: CONTRACTORS BELIEVE A PIPE BURST IN A CEILING AND THAT'S WHAT FLOODED THE BUILDING, BUT THERE ARE SOME THINGS FOR THIS CLINIC TO BE GRATEFUL FOR. NO PATIENT FILES WERE DESTROYED. ALL OF THE MEDICATION IN THE PHARMACY IS FINE AND THERE DIDN'T LOOSE A SINGLE PIECE OF INFORMATION ON THEIR MAIN COMPUTER SYSTEM. )) [RUNS:17]
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NATS- Pulling up the carpet.
Crews will have to put in new carpets, ceilings, installation and dry wall. Insurance will cover the cost, but it will take weeks to finish.

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((RICHARD PANTALEO: YOU HAVE TO KEEP GOING FORWARD AND LOOKING TO THE FUTURE AND CERTAINLY THE CLINICS BEEN AROUND FOR 23 YEARS. WE'RE CERTAINLY N OT GOING TO DISAPPEAR FOR THIS SO WE'LL BE BACK AND STRONGER THAN EVER.)) [RUNS:11]
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[TAKE FREE CLINIC FS] Patients can still call the clinic at 540-381-0820. There's a message updating people on the situation.
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Jean, patients can also leave a message to find out where to get care or refill prescriptions.


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The end of 2004 is only one day away and the Red Cross says giving blood can be a perfect way to start out the new year.
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Blood and platelet supplies going into the holiday season were strong, but they're now steadily declining. Red Cross officials say travel during Christmas and New Years Day leaves fewer people to donate, and that can drastically affect the blood supply.
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((BOB LUTJEN:PLATELETS, BECAUSE THE SHELF LIFE IS ONLY FIVE DAYS AND THEY TREAT CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS WITH CANCER AND LEUKEMIA, ARE ALWAYS IN DEMAND AND THE HOLIDAY SEASON PUTS A SIGNIFICANT, SIGNIFICANT PRESSURE ON THAT.))
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Lutjen says the five day cycle of usefulness keeps platelets in strong demand and as far as blood goes, he encourages people with all blood types to donate. A number of New Years Eve drives are planned for tomorrow to increase the Red Cross's supply into 2005.
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It sure won't feel like January when the New Year arrives. Robin has the full forecast just ahead.
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But it sure LOOKS like January must be near. We'll show you the New Year's preparations at Times Square.
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Mike Stevens has much more from New Orleans just ahead in our two minute ticker.
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Plus there's more college football today, and once again, the ACC finds itself facing a tough challenge.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Thursday ticker which starts along the bayou in New Orleans.
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That's where we find Mike Stevens, just outside the Superdome where he caught up with a special Hokie visitor earlier today.
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North Carolina tried to improve the ACC's bowl mark to 2 and 1 today in the Continental Tire Bowl against Boston College.
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Heels quarterback Darian Durant tossed 3 TD passes in his final game in the baby blue. This one to Durron Mitchell gave UNC a 21-14 lead late in the second quarter.
BC's Paul Petersen had two touchdown strikes of his own, including this pass to Dave Kashetta just before the half.
But Petersen left the game in the 4th quarter with a leg injury.
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On the first play after the injury, Eagles kicker Ryan Ohliger put the game away with this 22 yard TD scamper on the fake field goal. BC won it 37 to 24.
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On the high school hardwood today, William Byrd and Jefferson Forest were each looking for their first post Christmas win in the Northside Invitational.
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The Cavaliers and Terriers locked up in a tight one at the Vikings gym.
Mark Nestor got Byrd off to the good start. Shepherd gets the steal and takes it coast to coast thru traffic for the finger roll.
JF answered with Drake Robinson. Robinson knocks down the runner in the lane to keep the Cavs close.
But Byrd works the rock to Cameron Shepherd
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and he buries three from the corner pocket. The Terriers won it 67 to 54.
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Lord Botetourt and Glenvar battled for 5th place in the NIT.
Tyler Graham gets to the rack and finishes with the lay-in for LB.
But Glenvar got it right back when Ryan Mowles sticks the trey from the top of the key--way downtown.
At last check, this one was in the third quarter. We'll have the final at 6.
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A quiet day on Wall Street finished slightly on the down side. Marcella Palmer has today's Marketwatch report.
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People are busy in New York's Times Square- preparing for tomorrow night's big New Year's Eve celebration.
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Today workers are testing the waterford crystal ball- that will lower at midnight.
Others are blowing up balloons-
Thousands are expected to gather in Times Square- at midnight
and over 3-thousand pounds of confeteti will rain down on them.
Comedian Kathy Griffen and Singer Shirley Jones still help with the countdown. Secretary of State Colin Powell will also be on hand.
This year Dick Clark will watch from home- he's recovering from a stoke. Regis Philbin will take his spot.
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His sign already ridiculed local officials...
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[Shannon on Camera] now a bookstore owner has a new target. [Closing Animation] The story tonight at Eleven.