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Today on News 7 at 5, Governor Schwarzenegger tours the site of Monday's deadly mudslide.
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Plus the White House says the search for weapons of Mass destruction is over in Iraq.
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If it is going to be this warm, it might as well be a record. We will tally the numbers in a moment.

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Also today, a Virginia Tech professor looks at the pyschological challenges facing the youngest victims of last month's tsunami.
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We'll have the latest as lawmakers get back to work in Richmond.
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Plus the government has new guidelines about what you should and should NOT eat. News 7 at 5 is next.
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California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger tours the damage caused a mudslide that killed ten people.
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Hope is fading that rescue workers will find any more survivors.
At least ten people were killed when the earth gave way after days of heavy rainfall. Manuel Gallegus reports.
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((IT WAS AN AGONOZING SEARCH BY A FATHER FOR HIS MISSING FAMILYJIMMY WALLET HELPED WORKERS DIG FOR HIS WIFE, AND THREE YOUNG DAUGHTERS WHO WERE BURIED WHEN THE HILLSIDE ABOVE THEM GAVE WAY. WALLET WAS THERE EARLY THIS MORNING WHEN THE SEARCH ENDEDAND THEIR BODIES WERE RECOVERED.
IN A STATEMENT HE THANKED THE RESCUE TEAMS FOR FINDING HIS FAMILY.
--NATZ-GOVERNOR SCHWARZENEGGER
TODAY GOVERNOR SCHWARZENEGGER SAW FOR HIMSELF THE MISERABLE SITUATION IN THIS LITTLE OCEANFRONT TOWNTHE HARDEST HIT AREA FROM CALIFORNIAS RECENT STORMS.

-SOT- ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR
(we have seen the power of mother nature...we will match that power with

our own resolution)
AND HE VOWED TO HELP RE-BUILD.
-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, LA CONCHITA SEARCH TEAMS HAVE ALREADY SORTED THROUGH TONS OF DEBRIS15 HOMES WERE CRUSHEDAND DOZENS OF OTHERS ARE STILL UNSTABLE AND FOR THE RESIDENTS WHO SURVIVED - SOME HAVE NO WHERE TO GO.

SOT: ROB COLEMAN/LA CONCHITA RESIDENT

i watched the dirt hit that wall - and just bend that wall then i watched telephone poles just lift up out of the ground and shake like french fries in the air going down and thats when i grabbed my kid and all we tried to do was just get out of the house as fast as we can
DOZENS OF FIREFIGHTERS AND PRISON WORK CREWS SEARCH THE MUDDY EARTH, BUCKETFULL BY BUCKETFULLUSING HANDTOOLS AND DOGS.
OCCASSIONALLY THEY STOP -AND LISTEN TO SEE IF THEY MAY HAVE COME ACROSS ANOTHER BODY OR PERHAPS A SURVIVOR. HOPING AGAINST HOPE THAT LIFE WILL TRIUMPH OVER DEATH. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LA CONCHITA.))

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The search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq is all but over.
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The White House today announced the hunt turned up nothing. Spokesman Scott McClellan says there's no longer an active search for chemical, biological or nuclear arms and that, while "There may be a few people" following up loose ends, the job is largely done.
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President Bush used the threat of Iraq's banned weapons as a reason for a pre-emptive war. He's now appointed a panel to investigate why the intelligence about Iraq's weapons was wrong The chief U-S weapons inspector will deliver his final report on the search next month.
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More drug arrests are coming, this time in Giles County. The County's Drug Task Force indicted 25 people on 60 charges. The Task Force will *begin* rounding up the suspects tomorrow in Giles and Montgomery Counties and the towns of Christiansburg and Blacksburg. The charges range from distribution of cocaine to oxycontin and several other prescription drugs.

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State lawmakers got back to work today as the 2005 General Assembly convened in Richmond.
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News 7's Jennifer Wishon joins us live from the capitol. Jennifer what are lawmakers' moods as they head into the session? Shannon, lawmakers appear upbeat.
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Everyone I talked with this morning is anxious to take care of business during the allotted time - avoiding a repeat of last year's extended session. There also seems to be a consensus of the issues legislators plan to tackle.
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Now that the 386th meeting of the Virginia legislature is underway lawmakers can get to work pushing their agendas and addressing thousands of bills all while construction workers continue their work renovating the capitol.
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((SEN. CREIGH DEEDS: I THINK WE HAVE TO COME OUT OF HERE WITH A DEMONSTRATION OF COMMITMENT TO HIGHER EDUCATION. THIS CHARTER LEGISLATION IS GOING TO GO FORWARD IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER AND WE NEED TO MAKE SURE IT ADVANCES IN A WAY TO MAKE SURE THE SYSTEM IS ACCESSIBLE TO ALL VIRGINIANS.))
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Support for Virginia's network of colleges and universities, K-12 education and transportation are three issues many legislators hope to focus on during the next 45 days.
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((SEN. ROSCOE REYNOLDS: ONE OF THE THINGS THAT I'M MOST CONCERNED ABOUT AND MOST COMMITTED TO SEEING DONE IS THAT THERE'S A COLLEGE ESTABLISHED IN THE MARTINSVILLE/HENRY COUNTY AREA.))
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((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS: I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE A GOOD SESSION, MOST OF THE BUDGET PROBLEMS WE HAD LAST YEAR WE'VE LAID TO REST. WE'VE GOT OPPORTUNITY TO GO AHEAD AND CONTINUE THE PROCESS WE STARTED AND KEEP VIRGINIA ON A SOUND FINANCIAL FOOTING AND WE'RE GOING TO DO THAT.))
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Legislators will also decide how to spend the Commonwealth's estimated 900- million dollar budget surplus.
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((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS: WE CAN'T PUT PROGRAMS IN PLACE THAT ARE GOING TO BE ONGOING EXPENDITURES IN NEXT YEAR'S BUDGETS.))
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Tonight the House and Senate will come together for a joint session as Governor Mark Warner delivers his State of the Commonwealth address.
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Shannon, he's expected to make some job announcements for our region. We'll have more on that coming up tonight at 6.

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Don't forget you can catch the Governor's address right here on your Hometown Station beginning at 7:00.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the Government changes the way it thinks about the Food Pyramid.
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Also a Virginia Tech professor expects he will head to Asia to help children recover from trauma caused by the massive tsunami.
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Despite any number of diet fads, you know the best way to lose weight is to eat right and exercise. Now, the federal government wants to help you adopt those healthy habits. Dr. Mallika Marshall explains.
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((IN THE MIDST OF AN OBESITY EPIDEMIC MILLIONS OF AMERICANS ARE LOOKING FOR THAT EASY WEIGHT LOSS PLAN OR MAGIC PILL.
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BUT ON WEDNESDAY THE NATION'S TOP HEALTH OFFICIAL OFFERED A REALITY CHECK ....THEY DON'T EXIST.

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"there's not the pill, there's not going to be a pill, so let's face it America." :05
WHAT HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SECRETARY TOMMY THOMPSON OFFERED INSTEAD ARE THE GOVERNMENT'S NEW DIETARY GUIDELINES....(gfx) WHICH TELLS AMERICANS TO LOWER THEIR CALORIES TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY BODY WEIGHT. A DAILY DIET SHOULD INCLUDE AT LEAST FOUR AND A HALF CUPS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AND AT LEAST 3 SERVINGS OF WHOLE GRAINS. PLUS AMERICANS SHOULD BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE 30 TO 60 MINUTES A DAY.

(STANDUP: Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS NEWS/Boston, MA)

WHILE THESE ARE NEW GUIDELINES FROM THE GOVERNMENT IT'S REALLY OLD ADVICE WE'VE ALL HEARD BEFORE. THE TRICK IS CONVINCING AMERICANS TO ACTUALLY ADOPT SUCH A LIFESTYLE.

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"It takes some personal, you know, personal intuition and initiative to get the job done." :07
IN THE PAST DIETICIANS WERE QUICK TO CRITIZE THE GOVERNMENT'S SUGGESTIONS. BUT THIS TIME AROUND EXPERTS, LIKE THE CLEVELAND CLINIC'S CINDY MOORE, ARE APPAULDING THE NEW GUIDELINES FOR OFFERING SIMPLE AND HEALTHY ADVICE.

(SOT-Cindy Moore/Dietician, Cleveland Clinic)

"I feel that the guidelines tied in completely with the science that's available on nutrition." :05
IN THE COMING MONTHS THE NEW GUIDELINES WILL ALSO BE USED TO RE-STRUCTURE THE OLD FOOD PYRAMID. AND IT WILL ALSO CHANGE THE FOOD KIDS ARE GIVEN AT SCHOOL. BUT JUST HOW MANY ADULTS WILL TAKE IT UPON THEMSELVES TO ADOPT THESE CHANGES REMAINS TO BE SEEN. DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))


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One of the most difficult challenges many tsunami victims will face --will be psychological.
A Virginia Tech professor is part of the National Traumatic Stress Network. He says it's likely he or other members will be sent to help victims.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Shannon, Professor Russel Jones is most concerned about the children. He says often they are the most at risk.
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And considering many of them have lost parents --they could have a difficult emotional road ahead.
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(( For those of us who have watched the tsunami's and their aftermath on television --you can only imagine what it is like for the children who actually lived through it.
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((I'M VERY CONCERNED AS A MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL.. THERE WAS SUCH A SIGNIFICANT LOSS THAT THESE CHILDREN AT EXTREME RISK FOR DEVELOPING VARYING LEVELS OF DISTRESS))
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Tech Professor Russell Jones specializes in childhood trauma.
He says if the victims don't get the help they need it could lead to depression, post traumatic stress disorder, and anxiety just to name a few.
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((MANY TIMES CHILDREN BECAUSE THEY LACK COGNITIVE, AND BEHAVIOR, REPERTOIRE TO DEAL WITH TRAUMATIC EVENTS TYPICALLY DON'T DO AS WELL ADULTS ))
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With many of the children losing parents --and sometimes there entire family --the healing process --may take much longer than even the rebuilding process --but Jones say social support is key.
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((GIVEN THAT IN THIS PART OF WORLD FAMILIES ARE REALLY CLOSE NIT, HOPEFUL FAMILIES WILL COME TOGETHER, AND COMMUNITIES WILL COME TOGETHER AND ATTEMPT TURN THE TERRIBLE INTO ROUTINE IF YOU WILL))
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Dr. Jones says older children typically do better than younger children. He also says it's important to consider the magnitude of the event with the individual loss for each child to determine how they may fare.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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NASA is on a $330 million dollar collision course--- designed to shed new light on the origin of the solar

system.
This afternoon, the space agency sent a comet-busting spacecraft on a six month voyage.
Stacy Case explains.
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((TRACK: THIS SUCCESSFUL BLAST OFF....
FONT: COURTESY/NASA ANIMATION

TRACK: WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A BLAST THROUGH--- IF EVERYTHING GOES AS NASA

PLANS.

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TRACK: WEDNESDAY, UNDER CLEAR SKIES AND AT PRECISELY 8 SECONDS PAST 1;47PM EASTERN, THE SPACE AGENCY LAUNCHED 'DEEP IMPACT,' A COPPER FORTIFIED SPACECRAFT DESIGNED TO BUST THROUGH THE SURFACE OF COMET TEMPLE 1.

SOT: JAY MALLASH/UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

the amount of energy of the space-craft is ten times larger than the equivalent mass of TNT, so just by colliding with it we can blast a big hole.
TRACK: THAT HOLE SHOULD GIVE SCIENTISTS A GOOD LOOK INSIDE. AND THE CAMERAS WILL BE ROLLING, CAPTURING IMAGES TO GIVE THEM A CLEARER PICTURE OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM'S ORIGIN 4 1/2 BILLION YEARS AGO.

SOT: TDR. MIKE A'HEARN/NASA

"THE CLUES TO THE EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM ARE BURIED IN THE INTERIOR OF THE COMET."

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COURTESY: PARAMOUNT STUDIOS TRACK: THE SPACECRAFT 'DEEP IMPACT' TOOK ITS NAME FROM THE 1998 DISASTER MOVIE. THOUGH DEEP IMPACT, THE MOVIE, FOCUSED ON A COMET SLAMMING INTO THE U-S. 'DEEP IMPACT,' THE SPACECRAFT IS DOING JUST THE OPPOSITE.... SLAMMING SOMETHING FROM EARTH INTO THE COMET.

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TRACK: TRAVELING 268 MILLION MILES OVER THE NEXT SIX MONTHS--- THE

SPACECRAFT IS ON A COLLISION COURSE SET TO REACH ITS DESTINATION AND MAKE A BIG BOOM, APPROPRIATELY, JULY 4TH! STACY CASE CBS NEWS.))
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Today in Sports, we'll learn why basketball at Martinsville High School is a family affair.
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Then a little bit later, we'll see how some glass turned out to be a real PAIN for some would be robbers.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your mid week ticker which always means Hometown Hoops Weekly this time of year. Here's Steve Mason with a look at the Martinsville Bulldog basketball family that provides one of many clues as to why this program is so sucessful.
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((STEVE MASON:12 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS, 17 REGIONAL TITLES AND 28 DISTRICT CROWNS. MARTINSVILLE IS TO VIRGINIA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL WHAT THE YANKEES ARE TO BASEBALL. BUT WITH A DYNASTY COMES INCREDIBLE EXPECTATIONS TO WIN IT ALL EVERY YEAR. HYPE THAT DRAWS THIS TEAM EVEN CLOSER. TWO BULLDOGS ARE RE-DEFINING HOW FAMILY RELATES TO THE MARTINSVILLE TEAM. DURRON MITCHELL AND SHAQUAN BEAMER ARE SONS OF TWO MEN WHO WON A STATE TITLE AT MARTINSVILLE.)) ((Durron's father Joe is often in the front row of every game and Shaquan's dad Tony, sits in the top section. Thye were both guards on the 1982 Martinsville state championship team. Mitchell, numbewr 10, and Beamer number 11. They played under Husky Hall and, then assistant Troy Wells. ((:))
The Bulldogs are ranked secondin the state and at the dinner table, dads make sure sons know whose number 1.
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fathers and sons laced up their shoes the same way, but styles have changed, especially when it comes to the shorts their dads wore compared to today's longer version. ((:))
The 82 team beat brunswick 92 to 77 in the title game and now their sons want it more than anything. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Both Beamer and Mitchell are B students and want to play basketball in college. Steve Mason Homewtown Hoops Weekly.))

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Virginia Tech lost DeAngelo Hall and Kevin Jones too the NFL early last season, but this year the house is staying full.
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This afternoon Hokies' cornerback Jimmy Williams that he will return for his senior season, bypassing the 2005 NFL Draft. The first-team All-ACC defensive back and Thorpe Award semifinalist led the Hokies and the ACC with five interceptions this past season and was tied for third on the team with 60 tackles. Williams said the main reasons he's coming back are that first of all he didn't want to abandon a young team.
And secondly because he wants to be as prepared as he can be for the next level to lead them.
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News from the Friday Football Extra front concerning the resignation of a head coach tonight at the top of the hour. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, the markets closed out the day with gains, though they struggled all day to stay at positive levels. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Detectives in England are showing off entertaining video of a couple of would-be robbers.
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The two were caught on tape as they tried to smash their way into a betting shop in Manchester. After a variety of attempts to break through the toughened glass, they eventually gave up and ran off empty handed. A senior detective said: "If it wasn't so serious it would be hilarious." He says he suspects that plenty of people will recognize the suspects and that, once they stop laughing, they'll contact police.
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