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Today at 5, South Carolina authorities say a cloud of chlorine gas from a Norfolk Southern accident is still keeping people out of their homes.
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Plus a 79 year old man says he is not guilty of three racially motived murders 40 years ago.
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Not much sunshine to start off the weekend but conditions improve and warm up as we go. Details ahead.

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Also demonstrators protest outside the F-D-A to get a controversial drug approved for over the counter sales.
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On Healthcheck, the Roanoke Rescue Mission gets some help treating diabetic patients.
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Plus can a friendship last with a 100 year age difference? News 7 at 5 is next.
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Mississippi is finally pursuing criminal charges in the 1964 murders of three civil rights workers. An alleged klansman today entered his plea.
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Good afternoon. I'm Shannon Young. You may be familiar with the case of Edgar Ray Killen. The story was depicted in the movie ``Mississippi Burning.''
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The 79-year old Killen is a reputed klansman. He's charged in the shooting deaths of James Chaney, a 21-year-old black Mississippian, and two white New Yorkers -- 20-year-old Andrew Goodman and 24-year-old Michael Schwerner.
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((MARK DUNCAN/NESHOBA CO. DISTRICT ATTY: WELL, WE'RE GLAD IT'S HERE AND WE'LL LOOK FORWARD TO MOVING FORWARD THE CASE AND IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME COMING AND I KNOW A LOT OF PEOPLE BEEN ANXIOUS TO SEE THIS DAY.))
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In 19-67, the Justice Department tried Killen and 18 other men -- many of them also Klan members -- on federal civil rights violations.
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Seven were convicted and sentenced to prison. Killen was freed after his trial ended in a hung jury.

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The first case involving a methamphetamine lab in Lynchburg has landed one man in prison.
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38-year-old Barney Cawthorne was arrested last spring when state police stopped his car just off Greenview Drive.


Inside, they found numerous chemicals and equipment used in making the meth.
Cawthorne was given a two-year prison term today ... more than called for by state sentencing guidelines.
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((MIKE DOUCETTE/PROSECUTOR: I THINK THE JUDGE TOOK INTO ACCOUNT THE FACT THAT THE LABS THEMSELVES ARE EXPLOSIVE AND THE DRUG IS SO DANGEROUS. IT'S EXPLOSIVE IN TWO WAYS.))
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Police had to cordon off the neighborhood while they removed the chemicals from Cawthorne's car.
He'll serve 18 months supervised probation upon his release.
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Some South Carolina residents evacuated after a train wreck will not be allowed back to go home this weekend.
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The air around the crash site in Graniteville is still too dangerous to breathe. The freight train that crashed into a parked train yesterday was carrying chlorine. Eight people died, presumably of toxic fumes. Officials say the air is so dangerous that investigators are having trouble getting near the crash site.
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Thousands were evacuated. Some found shelter at the University of South Carolina-Aiken and are planning to spend up to three days there.
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Meantime, 14-people are said to be dead after a collision between a passenger train and a freight train in northern Italy. Today's crash wreck took place in thick fog between Bologna (boh-LOH'_nyuh) and Verona.

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The UN is asking countries to deliver on their pledges of aid to tsunami victims - as quickly as possible. As Kelly Cobiella reports, the Secretary General doesn't want the region to be forgotten.
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((This coastal Sumatran town that was once home to more than 120-thousand...is now a graveyard to an untold number of Indonesians. A THIRD of the population here may have been wiped out...entire families...disappeared.

(local man)

"My wife, my daughters, my grandson, my son- (pauses long) in-law, has gone."
Workers have only begun to count the dead....so far, they've found seven thousand bodies in the rubble. And villages south of here are STILL out of reach.
U-N SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANAN saw Sumatra by air and land...

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"You wonder where are the people, what happened to them."

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Aid IS getting to many of the millions made homeless throughout the region. Secretary of State Colin Powell visited a Red Cross relief center in Sri Lanka, and promised an additional ten million dollars for temporary housing here. And that may not be the end.

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"if 350 turns out not to be enough in the grand scheme of things, I am quite confident the president will review that and see what else the united states can do."

(KELLY COBIELLA, THE UNITED NATIONS , NY. )

"BUT U-N SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANAN WANTS MORE THAN A COUNTRY'S WORD. HE IS URGING NATIONS TO TURN THEIR FOUR BILLION DOLLARS IN PLEDGES INTO CASH.... AND BREAK WITH PAST PRACTICES OF PROMISING MUCH AND DELIVERING LITTLE."
The worry is that the people of South Asia will be forgotten...when the world's attention turns to the next crisis. For now, the UN believes it is meeting the needs of most people in the hardest-hit areas. And there are small signs of progress. A week ago, this mosque was a morgue.

(nats....prayers)

Now, it's a place where the living take time to reflect on the past... and pray for a better future. Kelly Cobiella, CBS News.))

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Unfortunately when diasters hit ... so do scam artists.
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Many times thieves try to play on emotions to get your money.
If you plan to donate to the Tsuanami relief effort, make sure you're dealing with a reputable organization-
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The Southwestern Virginia Better Business Bureau can help- with an arm it's set up to evaluates charities- against a list of standards.
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((JULIE WHEELER/BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU: SHOWING THEY MEET ALL OUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AMOUNT TO BE SPENT ON FOR THE AMOUNT THEY SPEND ON PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AND GET BACK INTO THE WORLD RELIEF.))
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Tonight on News 7 at Six, what tell you what red flags to look for to tell if a relief agency is just a scam.

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Coming next on Healthcheck, Joy Sutton will tell us what the Roanoke Rescue Mission is doing to help its clients deal with a common but very serious medical problem.
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The Food and Drug Administration is expected to make a controversial decision this month on the so-called Morning After Pill.
And already today, tempers flared outside F-D-A headquarters.
Aleen Sirgany reports.
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((THE F-D-A IS EXPECTED TO MAKE A CONTROVERSIAL DECISION THIS MONTH ON THE SO CALLED "MORNING AFTER PILL." AND ALREADY TODAY TEMPERS FLARED OUTSIDE F-D-A HEADQUARTERS. ALEEN SIRGANY REPORTS.

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IT'S NOT EVERY DAY THERE'S A SIT-IN, WITH ARRESTS, AT THE FDA...

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...BUT THEN, THE AGENCY RARELY HAS TO DEAL WITH SUCH A CONTROVERSIAL QUESTION: WHAT TO DO ABOUT THE MORNING AFTER PILL. THESE WOMEN SAY THE PRESCIPTION DRUG HAS BEEN PROVEN SAFE, AND MUST BE SOLD OVER THE COUNTER.

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pill...and get it)
BUT THE FDA HAS ALREADY REJECTED THAT IDEA ONCE... OVER THE ADVICE OF IT'S OWN ADVISORY PANEL, WHICH OVERWHELMINGLY SAID THE DRUG COULD SAFELY BE SOLD WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION.
NOW THE MAKER OF PLAN B, AN EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTIVE, WANTS THE AGENCY TO TAKE ANOTHER LOOK AT ITS PRODUCT. PLAN B, WHEN USED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF UNPROTECTED SEX, IS DESIGNED PREVENT PREGNANCY.

(STAND-UP: THE FDA WOULDN'T TALK TO US ON CAMERA, SAYING THEY DON'T

DISCUSS PENDING APPLICATIONS. BUT THEIR INITITAL REJECTION CITED THE LACK OF DATA CONCERNING THE OVER THE COUNTER USE OF THE PRODUCT AMONG THOSE YOUNGER THAN 16.)
THE COMPANY'S NEW APPLICATION ADDRESSES THAT ISSUE: PROPOSING THAT THE DRUG BE SOLD OVER THE COUNTER TO ANYONE OVER 16, AND BY PRESCIPTION FOR ANYONE YOUNGER.
A NEW STUDY DISPUTES ANOTHER CLAIM BY OPPONENTS OF THE PILL...THAT IT MAKES WOMEN MORE LIKELY TO HAVE UNPROTECTED SEX. IN A UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA STUDY, THE WOMEN'S HABIT'S REMAINED UNCHANGED.
BUT SOME SAY THIS HAS DEBATE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH MEDICINE, AND EVERYTHING TO DO WITH POLITICS:

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THE FDA IS SLATED TO DECIDE THE ISSUE BY JANUARY 22.

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THE DEBATE PROMISES TO GO ON LONG AFTER THAT. AS, CBS NEWS, ROCKVILLE, MD.))

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When the Roanoke Rescue Mission opened it's health clinic about two years ago --it discovered a startling trend.
Many patients had diabetes -- but didn't realize they had it.
Ever since then the clinic has dreamed of starting a diabetes program.
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As health check reporter Joy Sutton tells us--that's finally become a reality.
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Shannon, The clinic started a diabetes program about a couple of weeks ago.
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Thanks to a 20-thousand dollar grant from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
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Robin Sandridge is trying to get her life and health back in order. She's working at the Rescue Mission Thrift Store and is in the recovery program. But for years she neglected many things in her life --including her diabetes.
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((MY GRANDMOTHER DIED OF DIABETES. SHE HAS ULCERS ON HER FEET THAT COMPELETLY CAME THROUGH THE TOP OF FOOT. SHE WAS UNABLE TO WALK. MY FATHER HAD AMPUTATIONS TO HIS LOWER LIMBS AND I SAW ALL OF THAT AND I ASSUMED THAT'S WHERE I WAS HEADED)) [RUNS14]
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She's not alone. The clinic has found that at least 20 percent of the homeless people who come to the Roanoke Rescue Mission have diabetes.
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((IMAGINE IF YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT IT AND IT'S SLOWLY AND SILENTLY KILLING YOU AND BEING ABLE TO DIAGNOSE AND HELP PEOPLE THROUGH THAT SITITUATION IS VERY IMPORTANT AND THAT'S ONE OF THE REASON THIS ANTHEM GRANT IS SO IMPORTANT TO US)) [RUNS13]
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((IT WAS 30-THOSUAND DOLLAR GRANT. 20-THOUSAND WILL BE TO SET UP DIABETES PROGRAM AND TO BUY SUPPLIES FOR IT AND TO ADMINSTRATE THE PROGRAM AND THE REMAINING 10-THOUSAND IS FOR OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR THE CLINIC)) [RUNS12]
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Now Sandridge has a place to turn for diabetes counseling and the medication and testing supplies she needs.
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((JUST BY LEARNING THEIR DIET THEY'RE PROPER EATING HABITS, TAKING THEIR MEDICATIONS REGULARY, AND LEARNING HOW TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR BODIES THAT THEY WILL BECOME BETTER AND THEY WILL LEAD A MUCH HEALTHIER LIFE)) [RUNS12]
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For Sandridge it means breaking the family cycle.
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((COMING TO THE RESCUE TO GO THROUGH RECOVERY PROGRAM GAVE ME HOPE IN LIVING LONGER AND THEN FINDING THIS WAS AN ADDED BOOSTER THAT I COULD TURN MY LIFE AROUND AND TAKE CARE OF MYSELF)) [RUNS10]
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The clinic's new diabetes program is only open to the homeless.

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Still to come on News 7 at 5, Brent Watts will show us art that is truly in the eye of the beholder. [LIVE BRENT MICROWAVE]
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A Charlottesville artist stopped trying to find the perfect landscape to paint and instead decided to paint whatever he saw.
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The result is an exhibit now on display at the Piedmont Arts Association in Martinsville. That's where we find Brent Watts this afternoon.
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Steve Mason is standing by with basketball news. When we return he'll tell us about Virginia Tech's next big opponent.
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Good afternoon everybody, your end of the week ticker begins witrh a few NFL awards.
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Baltimore's Ed Reed is the N-F-L's defensive player of the year. The Ravens safety is in his third season out of the University of Miami. He earned 20 votes from a national panel of writers and broadcasters who cover pro football, beating Steelers linebacker and former UVa star James Farrior, who had 16. Reed led the N-F-L with nine interceptions. Farrior was trailed in the balloting by Indianapolis end Dwight Freeney, who got seven votes. He was the N-F-L sacks leader with 16. The Jets Jonathan Vilma is the N-F-L's defensive rookie of the year. The Miami product was the 12th overall pick in the draft. The linebacker earned 21 votes from a national panel of 48 writers and broadcasters. He had 116 tackles, two sacks, three interceptions, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
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Speaking of Miami products, Hurricanes running back Frank Gore is skipping his senior season and will enter the N-F-L draft.
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He has already signed with agent David Levine. Miami's leading receiver this season Roscoe Parrish made his decision to leave school yesterday. Miami coach Larry Coker was among those who said Gore's stock would considerably rise if he stayed for 2005. Gore had two major knee injuries in college, and was occasionally slowed by knee trouble this season. He still had a team-best 945 yards, capping a career in which he ran for one-thousand-975 yards and 17 touchdowns.
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The college round ball season has gone into high gear and Big South play heats up for Radford University this weekend.
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Byron Samuels Highlanders take on Coastal Carolina tomorrow night at the Dedmon center. Radford is licking its wounds after losing four straight over the Christmas break, but a few conference wins would cure many ills.
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coming up at six big news out of Virginia Tech about a football player who will begin lacing up the basketball shoes, see ya then everybody.

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The first week of 2005 didn't live up to expectations. All three major stock markets lost ground this week.
Marcella Palmer has more in today's Marketwatch report.
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You would think after a 100 years, you've probably made about all the friends you're going to.
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But that's not the case for a 120 year old giant tortoise in Kenya,
It has struck up a bizarre new friendship with a baby hippo.
Mzee, which is Swahili for Old Man recently became fast friends with the one year old hippotamus.
According to the park manager, Paula Kahumbu, when Owen was released into the compound he ran over to the tortoise and the two seemed to adopt each other as friends. The tortoise may soon have to find another friend as the park plans to place Owen with a female hippo.
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