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Coming up on News 7 at Five - Fallout from a controversial 60 minutes report
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((FOUR CBS EMPLOYEES ARE FIRED IN THE WAKE OF A CBS MAGAZINE REPORT. I'M DREW LEVINSON IN NEW YORK. THAT STORY IS COMING UP.))
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Plus reaction from WDBJ's President and General Manager about the fallout

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We are staring at a roller coaster ride with the weather forecast this week. Get ready for some big changes.

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In medical News, what you weigh could effect how well you sleep Plus The U-S is standing by tsunami stricken Asia.
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((THE ADMINISTRATION PLEDGES A LONG TERM EFFORT TO AID TSUNAMI VICTIMS. I'M STACY CASE IN WASHINGTON. THAT'S COMING UP.))
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Plus check out the hot wheels rolling at the Detroit Auto Show.
Stay with us. News 7 at Five is Next.


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Four people will lose their jobs in connection with a faulty CBS story about President Bush's military service. Dan Rather is being faulted simply for being too enthusiastic.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young. An independent probe concluded the 60-Minutes story was not politically motivated. Regardless, The White House says it's glad to hear that C-B-S is taking action. Drew Levinson has more.
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((When it came right down to it, the independent panel concluded CBS News disregarded the basic principles of Journalism when it an aired an erroneous story about President Bushs military record.

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EVERYBODY WHO SAID THIS IS READY TO AIR SOMEHOW FELL DOWN.
Now four CBS staffers are out of a job including the storys producer Mary Mapes.
The panel-found Mapes, --quote "ignored information that cast doubt on the story."
While she insisted her source did not have an axe to grind against President Bush, there was little or no attempt to find out WHO provided CBS with the now discredited documents--documents that alleged Mr. Bush received preferential treatment to get into the Texas air national guard.
The report shows three documents were rushed on air without any sort of handwriting authentication.

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"THERE WAS JUST SUCH A ZEST FOR THE STORY AND FOR PUTTING IT ON THE AIR RIGHT THEN BECAUSE THERE WERE OTHER PEOPLE SNIFFING AROUND AND MAYBE EVEN GETTING SOME OF THE DOCUMENTS."
The report concluded because of Ms. Mapes stellar reputation no red flags were raised. For that failure the following people have been asked to resign from CBS News....
Senior Vice President Besty West. 60 Minutes Wednesday Executive Producer Josh Howard and his right hand, Senior Broadcast Producer Mary Murphy.
The story aired in the middle of the heated presidential election, and critics questioned the timing and the motive.

(SOT LESLIE MOONVES/CBS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER)

THIS IS INDEPENDENT PANEL SAID THERE WAS NO, NOT IN THE SLIGHTEST POLITICAL BIAS OR AGENDA AT PLAY HERE.
The White house applauded the panels findings and CBSs response.

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CBS HAS TAKEN STEPS TO HOLD PEOPLE ACCOUNTABLE AND WE APPRECIATE THOSE STEPS

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"THE PANEL ALSO CONCLUDED DESPITE DAN RATHER'S BUSY SCHEDULE, THE BROADCAST WOULD HAVE BENEFITTED HAD HE BEEN MORE INVOLVED IN THE STORY. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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The General Manager of WDBJ- says the firings were justified, because the reporting was sloppy.
But, Bob Lee says the probe shows the mistakes were *not* politically motivated.
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((BOB LEE/GM PRESIDENT WDBJ-TV: THIS WAS A RUSH TO GET THE STORY DONE BECAUSE THE PRODUCERS AND REPORTERS WORKING ON THE STORY FEARED ANOTHER NEWSPAPER OR NETWORK WAS GOING TO GE TTHE STORY FIRST.))
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The report is 234 pages long. If you'd like to look at it, go to WDBJ-7 dot com and click on websites in the news.
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President Bush is making a long term commitment to tsunami victims. That's following a first hand damage account from his secretary of state.
Stacy Case has more.
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((TRACK: FOR FISHING FAMILIES--- THE FISH MARKET SITS EMPTY.

THE KILLER WAVE CLAIMED TOO MANY BOATS.
LOCATOR: GALLE, SRI LANKA
TRACK: FOR STUDENTS RETURNING TO CLASS MONDAY---

THE TSUNAMI LEFT TOO MANY EMPTY DESKS.
LOCATOR: WASHINGTON, DC
TRACK: AND FOR GENEROUS NATIONS LIKE THE U-S ---

THERE ARE STILL TOO MANY UNMET NEEDS.

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This is one of these projects that's not going to happen over night.
LOCATOR: WASHINGTON, DC TRACK: AND THE PRESIDENT DECLARED MONDAY, THE U-S WILL SEE THIS THROUGH. SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL, FRESH OFF HIS TRIP TO SOUTH ASIA, BRIEFED THE PRESIDENT ON THE DESTRUCTION. THEN POWELL AND THE PRESIDENT PAID A THANK YOU VISIT TO THE WORKERS OF U-S-A-I-D, THE AGENCY COORDINATING RELIEF.

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The international community has responded with generosity and compassion, and the men and women of USAID have been at the center of that response. And I'm here to thank you.
NAT: marines arriving TRACK: THE PRESIDENT GUARANTEED A LONG TERM COMMITTMENT AS MORE MARINES AND EQUIPMENT POURED INTO HARD HIT AREAS.
SUPER: JUAN QUIJADA/US MARINE CORPS I know it's been rough out here for them and I am just here to help in any way possible.
STAND UP CLOSE: STACY CASE/REPORTING THE ADMINISTRATION HAS ALREADY PLEDGED $350 MILLION DOLLARS, AND SAID MONDAY, FUTURE AID WILL BE DEMAND DRIVEN. THE PRESIDENT ALSO THANKED AMERICANS FOR THEIR GENEROSITY, CALLING THE OUTPOURING, EXTRAORDINARY. SC CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.))


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Winter weather is brutalizing the Golden State.
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In Southern California, days of pounding rain have become deadly, killing nine people. One home slid down a hillside. Many roads are washed out, with vehicles littering the roadway, some on their sides. In the higher elevations, rain is mixing with snow creating a slushy mess and hazardous driving conditions. The record-setting storm is expected to continue at least through tomorrow.
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A man wanted for a Lynchburg murder turned himself over to officials today.
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Police have charged 45 year old Clayton Calvin Martin Junior with the murder of 25 year old Jamishia Lanise Jackson and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
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Jackson was shot around 12:30 yesterday morning while sitting in a vehicle across from the James Crossing Apartment Complex.
Martin is being held without bond at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail.
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Internal audits at the United Nations show widespread mismanagement in the oil for food program with Iraq.
An independent panel released more than 50 U-N documents yesterday that show how U-N agencies wasted million of dollars through suspicious overpayments, bad purchasing and employee fraud.
The panel also points to auditors it believes overlooked some corruption in the organization.
The U-N admits the reports show serious problems, but also points out that they show the world body is monitoring itself.

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An army specialist accused of leading the abuse at Abu Ghraib prison could take the stand in his own defense.
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Testimony began in the court martial of Charles Graner today. A U-S soldier says he saw Graner punch an Iraqi detainee at Abu Ghraib, moments after one of the infamous photos was taken
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Another witness says Graner was laughing and having a good time while he made naked prisoners pose in photos. The trial is expected to last a week. If convicted on all counts, Graner could be sentenced to more than 17 years in prison.
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Coming up - not everyone is against plans for a methadone clinic to open in Roanoke. We'll hear from one man who thinks it has advantages
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and is your weight affecting your sleep? One study says yes - see why in today's Health Check
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Governor Mark Warner is urging Virginians to "Own Their Future."
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The governor today announced a public education campaign encouraging Virginians between the ages of 50 and 70 to plan for the impact of aging. He says planning for the future now will help off- set state Medicaid expenses down the road.
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((MARK WARNER: THEY MAY NOT THEN END UP ON THE MEDICAID ROLLS IN THE FUTURE. THAT'S GOOD IN TERMS OF GIVING THE CONSUMER A WIDER ARRAY OF CHOICES AND CLEARLY IT'S GOOD FOR THE TAXPAYER IN TERMS OF NOT HAVING OTHER VIRGINIANS FALL ON THE MEDICAID ROLLS.))
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Warner, who recently turned 50 himself, will be sending out letters and appearing in television ads encouraging Virginians to apply for a free long- term tool kit.
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If you'd like to order a kit, you can call the U-S Department of Health and Human Services at 1-866-PLAN-LTC.
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A Roanoke County man says he needs a methadone clinic closer to home.
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Many people have expressed concern over the soon-to-open methadone clinic in Roanoke.
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But, Robert Ahern, a heroin addict who travels to Galax for treatment seven days a week, says the new clinic would be a life-saver.
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((ROBERT AHERN/METHADONE PATIENT: AT FIRST I THOUGHT, WELL A NICE DRIVE THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS, BUT FOUR AND 1/2 HOURS EVERY MORNING, GETS NOT JUST OLD, BUT VERY EXPENSIVE. AND IT HARD GETTING WORK, WHEN YOU CAN'T WORK IN THE MORNINGS.))
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The Vietnam vet says many people have misconceptions about people on methadone, and fail to realize they're just regular people who want better lives. C-R-C officials say the new clinic could begin seeing patients pretty soon.
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Obesity can raise the risk of many health problems including diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Now researchers believe they have found another problem related to being overweight - lack of sleep.
Dr. Sean Kenniff explains.

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(((nats)(New York, NY) OVERWEIGHT FOR MOST OF HIS LIFE ARTHUR LEVINE FINALLY CAME TO A SLEEP SPECIALIST WHEN HE WASNT GETTING ENOUGH REST AT NIGHT.

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during the day I would fall asleep,uh, drowse off." :05
ARTHUR IS FAR FROM ALONE. A NEW STUDY FOUND ON AVERAGE THE OVERWEIGHT SLEEP 2 HOURS A WEEK LESS THAN PEOPLE OF NORMAL BODY WEIGHT. IN FACT RESEARCHERS FOUND A DIRECT CORRELATION BETWEEN AN INCREASE IN WEIGHT AND A DECREASE IN SLEEP. WHY? SLEEP EXPERT DOCTOR DAVID RAPOPORT BELIEVES OVERWEIGHT PATIENTS ARE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO SLEEPING PROBLEMS.

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the obese have a higher incidence of sleep apnea and this is a disorder which disrupts sleep due to a breathing problem. :07
SIMPLY PUT .. SLEEP APNEA CAUSES A PERSON TO WAKE UP SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE NIGHT.

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL)

AND IT APPEARS THERE IS A VICIOUS CIRCLE HERE. WHILE THIS NEW RESEARCH SUGGESTS WEIGHT GAIN MAY LEAD TO A LACK OF SLEEP, PREVIOUS RESEARCH FOUND A LACK OF SLEEP CAN LEAD TO WEIGHT GAIN.

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obesity may predipose to a disturbance in sleep, the disturbance in sleep may effect certain molecules that circulate in the blood that control appetite. :10
ARTHUR NOW HAS TO WEAR A SPECIAL BREATHING APPARATUS AT NIGHT TO TREAT HIS SLEEP APNEA. BUT DOCTORS SAY RESEARCH IS STARTING TO SHOW.... THAT YOUNGER OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE COULD AVOID MANY SLEEP RELATED PROBLEMS DOWN THE ROAD BY SHEDDING POUNDS NOW. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.)
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Coming up - Cloudy skies could bring rain during the work week. Robin has a look at the complete forecast coming up
And automakers hope to get your engine burnin' in Detroit
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((ITS A DOOR YET SO MUCH MORE. I'M JENNIFER DONELAN AT THE DETROIT AUTO SHOW. WE'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO ADD SOME BLING BLING TO YOUR CAR COMING UP.))
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Coming up - Things looked up early on Wall Street. We'll take a look at the day's trading in today's Marketwatch.
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and Peyton Manning is the N-F-L's M-V-P. We'll see what he has to say in sports.
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Good evening everybody and welcome to a brand new work week.
It's a busy night for college hoops in our part of the state. At 7pm in Lexington, VMI takes on Coastal Carolina in a Big South tilt. Already underway at the Dedmon Center is a women's game as Radford women hosts Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne. The Highlander men will follow that one up tonight at 7 as they take on Big South leading Charleston Southern.
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Byron Samuels team has just two seniors and the Highlanders youth has shown at times this season.
The team's leading scorer and rebounder are sophomores, and Samuels is still looking for a complete game from the squad.
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Again, the RU men's game tips-off at 7 tonight at the Dedmon Center.

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Peyton Manning's record breaking year has earned the Indianapolis quarterback a second straight Associated Press N-F-L Most Valuable Player Award. Manning was a near unanimous choice after setting breaking Dan Marino's 20-year old record by throwing for 49 touchdowns in the regular season
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The Colts leader got all but one of the 48 votes cast. The other went to Atlanta quarterback Michael Vick. Manning not only had the touchdown touch with his passes, he shattered Steve Young's record for season long quarterback ranking. Manning adds the M-V-P honors to his haul of post-season awards that include the N-F-L Offensive Player of the Year honors and starting quarterback on the All-Pro team.
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[wipe to aprisa board of nfl] And the NFL playoffs roll on this weekend right here on WDBJ-7. The Jets and Steelers hook up in Pittsburgh on Saturday with coverage beginning at 4:30 here on Your Hometown Station.

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[WIPE TO APRISA BOARD OF NFL] Then on Sunday, Peyton and Colts venture back to Foxboro - the one place they have struggled to tangle with the New England Patriots. That contest also gets rolling at 4:30. Shannon will be back in just a moment with the rest of News 7 at Five. Take care.
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Stocks start out the week with modest gains. Alexis Christoforous takes a look in today's Marketwatch.
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It's the time of year when auto makers show off their latest creations.
This year, accessories are the name of the car game at one of the big auto shows.
Jennifer Donelan has more.

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((SOUPED UPAND TRICKED OUT. AT THE NORTH AMERICA INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW IN DETROITACCESSORIES RULE....
Nats music video (Courtesy MTV)
STARS AND THEIR WHEELS ARE THE INSPIRATION. RAP ARTIST TWISTA LENT HIS CHRYSLER 300C TO THE SHOW FOR ALL TO INSPECT.
Sot - Walter Segovia /DUB Magazine When youre driving down the street you want to look good.
TO LOOK GOOD YOUVE GOT TO ADD ON THE BLINGLIKE LAMBORGHINI DOORS. THEN HOW ABOUT 22-INCH RIMS ..LESS TIRE,.......MORE WHEEL - THAT MEANS MORE CHROME . AND CHECK OUT THE FLAT SCREENSINSIDE THE CAR AND THE TRUNK.
Sot: Jennifer: Why would you want a television in your trunk? Walter Segovia: Tailgate party.
Standup Jennifer Donelan With all of the upgrades, suede interior, 6 television sets and lamborghini doors, this car will cost you about 65-thousand dollars. Lets see if you we cant find something a little less expensive.
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This is a dubbed down Lincoln Navigator with 22 inch spinning rims, neon show glow, and a lighted audio/video system. It run you about 40 - 50 bucks.
Sot - Asia Sung/Jada Toys Everyone can have one of these
BUT WHAT ABOUT SOMETHING YOU CAN DRIVE......AND ACTUALLY AFFORD AT SCION, YOU PICK A BASE MODEL AS LOW AS $13,000.....AND THEN WITH 40 ACCESSORIES to chose from YOU CREATE. OF COURSE ADD ONS COST EXRA.

Sot - Brian Bolain/SCION We want people to have the car they want to have not the car we think they want to have.
THIS TINY EYE-CATCHER - THE SMART CAR - ISNT SOLD IN THE U.S. YET, BUT ITS A HIT IN EUROPE. PARALLEL PARKINGS A CINCH PLUS IF YOU GET TIRED OF THE COLOR JUST HAVE THE PANELS POPPED OFF. TALK ABOUT CHANGING YOUR COLOR TO MATCH YOUR MOOD. JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS, DETROIT ))


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Neighbors are fighting a methadone clinic.
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Hear from a patient who says it's needed.
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[Closing Animation] tonight on News Seven at Eleven.