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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities say a man took his own life Monday after setting his home on fire.
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Plus a Texas appeals court overnturns the conviction of a woman jailed for murdering her children.
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A quick chill down but it may not last long. Show you why in a moment.

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Virginia Tech says one of its students is among the tsunami victims in Asia.
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We'll see who is helping Jamestown prepare for its historic 400th anniversary.
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Plus Brent Watts searches for the next Miss Roanoke. News 7 at 5 is next.
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A new effort is underway in Lynchburg to honor the slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King.
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Good afternoon. I'm Shannon Young.
The Lynchburg chapter of the National Action Network is behind a push to re-name the Fifth Street corridor 'Martin Luther King Boulevard and Bridge'.
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The designation would include Fifth Street from where it starts at the James River up to and including what is now called the Fifth Street Bridge.
Supporters say the symbolism of the name change would send a strong message of unity to residents.
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A similar proposal to rename Fifth Street after King in the 1980's was unsuccessful.
Some business owners have said the name change would be too costly for them and confusing for their customers.
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A fatal fire Monday in Roanoke was apparently deliberately set-
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And fire officials now say the victim died a self inflicted gun shot wound.
45 year old Terrance Palmer lived in the home.
Officials are awaiting more lab results to figure out exactly how the fire started.
Palmer co-owned the home with Caroline Huff- She was not at home at the time and is alright.
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One man was killed in an accident in Roanoke County this morning. Police say 57 year old George Brogan ran off the right side of Bradshaw Road and hit a tree. He was taken to the hospital where he died a short time later. Brogan was wearing his seatbelt, and police say alcohol was NOT a factor in the crash.

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A Virginia Tech Alumnus died in the Southeast Asian Tsunami. Tech officials confirmed the information today, but are not releasing his name.
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They say the former Graduate student went to Tech about 10 years ago, and died on this train with his wife and son. The University is still awaiting word on more than 700 students from the Tsunami ravaged countries. They say it could be weeks before they know for sure whether everyone survived. Right now, the school is focusing on helping students from the affected areas who are still on campus.
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The University will meet tomorrow with the Red Cross and dozens of International students to develop a plan of action.

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A Houston woman convicted of drowning three of her five children will be tried *again.*
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A Texas appeals court today threw out the capital murder convictions of Andrea Yates. The three-judge panel says it overturned the 2002 ruling because a witness for the prosecution gave false testimony.

The psychiatrist said that he had consulted on an episode of the T-V show ``Law and Order'' that had to do with a woman found innocent of drowning her childred by reason of insanity. It turns out, no such episode exists. The prosecution is disappointed.
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Defense attorneys said they planned to discuss the change with Yates this afternoon but that she is expected to remain in custody. Yates had been sentenced to life in prison.
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The man tapped to take over as Attorney General promises to abide by international treaties on the treatment of prisoners.
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At his confirmation hearing today, Attorney General nominee Alberto Gonzales received scorching criticism from Senate Democrats for his role in Bush administration policies on the treatment of terror suspects. Critics charge that memos written by Gonzalez led to the torture of terrorism detainees.
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Despite the controversy, Gonzalez is expected to get the job.
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If confirmed, Gonzalez would be the first Hispanic Attorney General. He's also considered a favorite for the US Supreme Court should there be a vacancy.
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Coming up next on News 7 at 5,
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we'll tell you what some doctors say causes more heart disease than cholesterol.
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In health news, you already know the importance of watching your cholesterol. Now, there's something else to keep tabs on: your C-R-P level. Doctor Mallika Marshall reports.
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((WHEN 91-YEAR-OLD JANE JOYNER WAS DIAGNOSED WITH HEART DISEASE SHE WORKED HARD TO LOWER HER CHOLESTEROL BY TAKING STATIN DRUGS, EXERCISING AND GIVING UP FATTY FOODS.

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"I watch my diet, I love ice cream and I haven't had any ice cream":05
BUT JANE'S DOCTOR SAYS LOWERING CHOLESTEROL MAY NOT BE ENOUGH. DOCTOR NEICA GOLDBERG ALSO MEASURES A PATIENT'S C-REACTIVE PROTEIN LEVEL OR C-R-P.

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MOST DOCTORS DON'T ROUTINELY CHECK C-R-P BUT TWO NEW STUDIES COULD CHANGE THAT. EXPERTS NOW BELIEVE THAT REDUCING INFLAMMATION OR THE C-R-P LEVEL IN HEART PATIENTS MAY BE JUST AS IMPORTANT AS LOWERING CHOLESTEROL.

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IN HIS STUDY THE CLEVELAND CLINIC'S DOCTOR STEVEN NISSEN FOUND THAT LOWERING BOTH C-R-P AND CHOLESTEROL COULD STOP THE BUILDUP OF PLAQUE IN THE ARTERIES.

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A local nursing home teams up with the Carilion Center for Health Aging to bring specialized geriatric care to its residents.
For the Brandon Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation Center it means a new medical director and additional training for nursing staff.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more-
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Shannon, Patients who come to nursing homes these days are not as robust as their counterparts were years ago.
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Now they typically have an array of ailments--that's why Brandon Oaks felt it was time to offer more specialized care.
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Dr. Soheir Boshra (Sue-hair Bosh-ruh) has special training in gerontology --the study of old age --and diseases that affect the elderly.
She works for the Carilion Center for Health Aging --but she also has a new role as the medical director for Brandon Oaks Nursing and Rehab Center.
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And nowadays --for many patients this is more a transition location -- rather than a place to stay in their latter years.
That's the case for Robert Horner. He's recovering from a fall.
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Shannon, the care continues once residents leave the nursing home. The Doctor says she is available then treat them on an outpatient basis through the Center for Health Aging.

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Coming up next on the newscast, will the next Miss Roanoke be a star?
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The search is underway for a young woman to become the newest "Miss Roanoke Valley."
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Coming up today in Sports,
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your Thursday ticker. Let's start on the hardwood in Blacksburg where Beth Dunkenberger and the Hokie women are preparing for a trip to Duke on Sunday. But first things first. Old A-10 foe Fordham visits the Cassell for a 7pm tip tonight. A big reason for Tech's debut in the top 25 this week, the play of Galax native Erin Gibson, the lone Hokie senior who is averaging 13 points per game.
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The High school basketball season is in full swing and one team that continues to discover its identity is Roanoke Catholic.
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The Celtics are under first year head coach Joe Gaither who previously had incredible success over the years coaching the Roanoke Hawks AAU teams. Gaither has a talented group at Roanoke Catholic but he also has a lot of youth.
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The Sugar Bowl on Monday night provided a number of lasting images for Virginia Tech fans, but one of the more subtle actions from the game came in the second quarter and was in tribute to the Hokies' top recruit Victor "Macho" Harris. The Highland Springs high school star had a terrible month of December. A grease fire in his family home left him with third degree burns. Then just days after he had a skin graft operation, his Mom died on Christmas day.
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One of Macho's favorite things to do after a touchdown is to give the "Diamond Cutter" sign gesture that was made famous by professional wrestler Diamond Dallas Page.
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Hokies' Noland Burchette and Jim Davis, who are graduates of Highland Springs and friends of Harris, told him to be looking for the sign if they made a big play. And sure enough in the second quarter they came through.
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On Wall Street today, the stock markets advanced, but many investors are reportedly anxious about a key jobs report due out tomorrow.
Marcella Palmer has more.
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Events marking the 400th anniversary of Jamestown are set to begin in a little more than a year. Today a sponsor that already knows a thing or two about tourism joined the effort. Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer Wishon explains.
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Colonial Williamsburg is the Commonwealth's most popular tourist destination- something that makes it's dedication to Jamestown 2007 attractive.
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Along with offering its expertise in the field of tourism, Colonial Williamsburg is making a 3- million dollar contribution to the events.
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Norfolk Southern has already pledged its support to the event- becoming the first corporate sponsor to get on track. Jamestown 2007 hopes to secure 13- major sponsors to mirror the 13- original American colonies.
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((COLIN CAMPBELL: JAMESTOWN, WILLIAMSBURG AND YORKTOWN TELL THE STORY OF HOW OUR NATION CAME TO BE, THE FIRST CHAPTER IN THE STORY OF BECOMING AMERICANS AND IT IS A STORY THAT CAN ONLY BE TOLD IN VIRGINIA.))
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The first event kicks off in 499- days. In the meantime, Governor Warner says these Colonial Guardsmen are welcome to stand watch at the capitol anytime. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Richmond.))
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