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A mid-day fire blocks a busy road in the New River Valley.
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Plus a Bedford County newlywed is killed, his new bride critically hurt, in a Mississippi shootout.
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The forecast includes a nice warm up this week giving the ice a chance to melt away. Details coming up.

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In Healthcheck, the Supreme Court permits a husband to pull the plug on his comatose wife.
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There are new concerns that a worldwide flu epidemic is now more likely than ever. We'll explain why.
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And already plenty of school closings and delays for tomorrow. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Fire tears through a popular Pulaski County business. Employees try to save it, but are able only to escape the flames.
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Good Evening I'm Shannon Young.





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The fire closed a section of Pepper's Ferry Road in Pulaski County for most of the day.
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It happened around 10:00 at the United Muffler Auto Center in Fairlawn. The fire broke out in the attic area. Employees tried to put it out, before escaping the flames themselves. Several fire departments responded to the scene. Even a rescue member's car was inside the building, being worked on, when it caught fire.
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((SANDY SHORT: I HEARD THE CALL GO OFF FOR FIRE HERE AT UNITED MUFFLER AND THOUGHT THAT'S MY VEHICLE. SO I GOT IN MY SISTERS VEHICLE AND DROVE AROUND PRAYING MY VEHICLE WAS PARKED OUTSIDE. ))
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Her car may have extensive heat and water damage. The building itself is a total loss. Investigators are still trying to find out what caused the fire.
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Coming up tonight at 6:00 we'll tell you why the building means so much to the local fire department that tried so desperately to save it.

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Police in Mississippi say a man from Central Virginia was killed in a gun fight in Gulfport.
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Authorities say 28-year-old Justin Drew Brown approached 30-year-old Richard Andrew Williams of Forest Saturday night along with Williams' new bride, 28-year-old Erin Tomkins. Police say Brown shot Williams in the head and wounded Tomkins. She's in critical condition. Friends of the newlyweds said Brown was Tomkins' ex-boyfriend. Brown is charged with murder and assault.
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Williams was stationed at Keesler Air Force Base, having served in Iraq last year.

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Six months after the Western Virginia Water Authority combined two Roanoke Valley water systems, the agency is still ironing out the problems. Officials say a new address will help.
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The water authority plans to purchase the Coulter (COLE-ter) building at the corner of Franklin Road and Jefferson Street. By bringing staff together under one roof, officials say customer service will improve.
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((MIKE MCEVOY: THE PHONE SYSTEM IS PROBABLY OUR BIGGEST CHALLENGE. HAVING TWO BILLING OPERATIONS AND TRYING TO SHUTTLE CALLS BETWEEN THOSE TWO LOCATIONS HAS BEEN A CHALLENGE FOR US, AGAIN BY MOVING INTO THIS BUILDING, WE'LL HAVE ALL OF OUR BILLING STAFF IN ONE LOCATION, ON ONE PHONE SYSTEM.))
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The water authority will use a former bank lobby on the first floor as a customer service area. Officials hope to lease customer parking in a neighboring lot.
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The water authority hopes to move in by mid-Spring.

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The weather may be warming up, but winter weather this weekend is still affecting many schools. As you can see at the top of your screen, more than a dozen school systems have already cancelled or delayed classes for tomorrow. We'll keep you updated tonight and tomorrow morning,
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[Closings & Delays FS E682] and for the latest information at any time, just go to our home page at wdbj7-dot-com and click "Closings and Delays."


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While our region thaws out, much of the northeast is *digging* out. The weekend storm dropped as much as three feet of snow. Jennifer Miller reports.
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(((LOCATOR: BOSTON)
THE ROAD BACK TO WORK WAS COVERED WITH SNOW MONDAY FOR MILLIONS OF AMERICANS LIVING IN THE NORTHEAST.
Sot 12:31:43 If it had not been for this four-wheel drive truck Id have never got out
THE WEEKEND STORM DUMPED SNOW ACROSS THE REGION ... MORE THAN THREE FEET FELL ON PARTS OF MASSACHUSETTS. AND WITH WIND BLOWING IN EXCESS OF 60-MILES PER HOUR ... EVEN THE SNOW PLOWS COULDN'T KEEP UP.
MONDAY, PORTIONS OF LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT RE-OPENED AFTER SHUTTING DOWN SUNDAY.
BUT HUNDREDS OF FLIGHTS ... INCLUDING THOSE AT AIRPORTS IN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY ... WERE CANCELLED OR DELAYED.
TRAVELING BY TRAIN WASN'T MUCH BETTER.

SOT: 12:02:14

Ive been waitin 15 minutes on the end, just to get up this far, to the subway
STANDUP BRIDGE: AND SNOW ISN'T THE ONLY PROBLEM. ALONG WITH HOURS OF CLEANUP THE STORM LEFT BEHIND FREEZING COLD TEMPERATURES. HERE IN NEW YORK IT IS BARELY BEARABLE, BUT IN PARTS OF MAINE THE WIND-CHILL BROUGHT THE TEMP DOWN TO A PAINFUL 33-BELOW.
MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND AND NEW JERSEY DECLARED STATES OF EMERGENCY. AND THE STORM IS BEING BLAMED FOR AT LEAST 16 DEATHS IN NINE DIFFERENT STATES.

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FOR SOME, HOWEVER, THE MASSIVE STORM WAS A WELCOME TREAT. MONDAY SCHOOLS, FROM MAINE TO PARTS OF VIRGINIA WERE CLOSED. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS NEW YORK.))




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It's a historic week in Iraq. Elections will be held Sunday. And, despite violence aimed at dissuading voters, there is a bright spot: news of a high-profile arrest. Teri Okita reports.
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(((LOCATOR: Baghdad, Iraq)
TRACK: THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL HERE IN IRAQ IS LITTERED WITH EXPLOSIVES. ON MONDAY, A SUICIDE BOMBER STRUCK A POLICE CHECKPOINT LEADING UP TO THE PARTY HEADQUARTERS OF INTERIM PRIME MINISTER AYAD ALLAWI. AT LEAST 10-PEOPLE WERE INJURED IN THE ATTACK BLAMED ON AL-QAEDA OPERATIVES BENT ON DISRUPTING IRAQS ELECTION.

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TRACK:THIS MAN SAYS: THEY ARE UNABLE TO PROTECT THEMSELVES. HOW CAN THEY PROTECT CITIZENS?
TRACK:THATS BEING ASKED OVER AND OVER ESPECIALLY IN AREAS, LIKE FALLUJAH HEAVILY-POPULATED BY SUNNI MUSLIMS.MANY SUNNIS FEAR ATTACKS BY INSURGENTS, IF THEY GO TO THE POLLS. OTHERS REFUSE TO VOTE STILL ANGRY OVER A U-S ASSAULT ON THEIR CITY SEVERAL MONTHS AGO.
TRACK:IN TIKRIT, ANOTHER SUNNI STRONGHOLD, INSURGENTS BLEW UP THREE SCHOOLS WHICH WERE TO BE USED AS VOTING STATIONS.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP BRIDGE: Each new attack brings new resolve from those who vow to see these elections through. They say theyre doing everything they can to secure some 5,000 polling places.
TRACK: THAT INCLUDES HUNTING DOWN TERRORISTS. OFFICIALS SAY ONE OF THE MOST RUTHLESS LIEUTENANTS WITHIN IRAQS BRANCH OF AL-QAEDA HAS BEEN ARRESTED. HE CONFESSED TO BUILDING ABOUT 75-PERCENT OF THE CAR BOMBS IN IRAQ SINCE THE WAR, ATTACKS THAT HAVE KILLED HUNDREDS.

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DESPITE THE ON-GOING INSURGENCY...POLITICAL ADS URGE IRAQIS TO VOTE...AND MOST CANDIDATES REMAIN UPBEAT.

SOT: ADNAN PACHACHI/SUNNI STATESMAN

"ITS A NEW DAWN FOR IRAQ, ITS SOMETHING THAT THE PEOPLE OF IRAQ HAVE WANTED FOR A LONG TIME."
TRACK: ON SUNDAY THEY GET THEIR CHANCE...THE FIRST FREE ELECTIONS IN IRAQ SINCE 1958.
TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, BAGHDAD.))




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New medical concerns over a potential worldwide flu epidemic. We'll explain, next in Healthcheck.
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And it's time to head home for the last of four surviving quintuplets, as their soldier dad faces his own challenges.

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In Healthcheck today, new fears over the possibility of a deadly world wide flu pandemic. Experts say the lethal bird flu in Asia may be able to spread from human to human, making the virus more dangerous than ever before. Doctor Sean Kenniff has the story.
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(((nats) DESPITE A VACCINE SHORTAGE THE FLU HAS REMAINED MILD THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES THIS SEASON. NOW HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE WORRIED ABOUT A DIFFERENT KIND OF FLU.... ONE, THEY SAY, COULD KILL MILLIONS OF PEOPLE IN A WORLD-WIDE PANDEMIC.

(SOT-Dr. Thomas Keys/Cleveland Clinic)

"we're worried, yes we are, and we don't know how the events are going to stack up with this particular problem."
FEARS CENTER AROUND THE AVIAN FLU WHICH LED TO THE DEATH OR DESTRUCTION OF MORE THAN 1-HUNDRED MILLION BIRDS LAST YEAR. HUMAN INFECTIONS HAVE BEEN LIMITED BECAUSE THE SICKNESS CAN ONLY SPREAD FROM BIRDS TO PEOPLE..... BUT RESEARCHERS WRITING IN THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE BELIEVE THE VIRUS MAY NOW BE ABLE TO SPREAD FROM PERSON TO PERSON.

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

THE CASE INVOLVED AN 11-YEAR-OLD GIRL IN THAILAND WHO APPARENTLY GAVE THE BIRD FLU TO HER MOTHER AND AUNT. THE NEWS IS TROUBLESOME BECAUSE PERSON TO PERSON TRANSMISSION COULD ALLOW THIS DEADLY VIRUS TO SPREAD RAPIDLY AND MOVE FROM ASIA TO THE REST OF THE WORLD.

(SOT-Dr. Thomas Keys/Cleveland Clinic)

"this is disturbing and we're just going to have to rely on continued surveillance of this problem in that part of the world."
THE CLEVELAND CLINIC'S DOCTOR THOMAS KEYS SAYS THE BEST DEFENSE IS TO RECOGNIZE THOSE SICKENED BY THE VIRUS AND ISOLATE THEM..... ESPECIALLY SINCE THE BIRD FLU HAS KILLED OVER 70 PERCENT OF THE PEOPLE IT INFECTS.

(SOT-Dr. Thomas Keys/Cleveland Clinic)

"this virus has other properties, the current influenza vaccine would not protect one against it."
THE GOOD NEWS IS VACCINES ARE NOW BEING DEVELOPED TO PROTECT AGAINST THE BIRD FLU. JUST WHEN THEY WILL BE READY AND JUST HOW FAR AND FAST THIS VIRUS WILL TRAVEL REMAINS TO BE SEEN. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))




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The Supreme Court has cleared the way for a Florida man to remove his wife's feeding tube.
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The case deals with Terri Schiavo (SHY'-voh) who's been in a coma since 19- 90.
Schiavo's husband says she wouldn't have wanted to be kept alive artificially-- but her parents have fought him for years.
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In 2003, Florida lawmakers passed special legislation requiring Schiavo's feeding tube be reconnected.
But the Supreme Court today decided not to reinstate the law, despite an appeal from Florida Governor Jeb Bush.

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The last of four surviving Illinois quintuplets is heading home today.
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The quints were born to Taunacy Horton in October, shortly after her husband Joshua was wounded while serving in Iraq.
One of the babies died October 30th. The proud parents and their infants appeared at a news conference today to celebrate the homecoming. Horton says that all four of her little ones already have distinct personalities. Joshua, who suffered shrapnel wounds in Iraq, says he's working hard to recover...and is doing well.
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Robin has more on the mid-week warmup just ahead.
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And it wasn't cold enough in Ohio to keep a four-wheeler from dropping through some slushy river ice.
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Patrick County's first family of racing puts another third generation driver onto the track. We crank up the details next in the Ticker.
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And lots of schools talk about going high tech, but in Henry County schools have already gone beyond laptops.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker,
More than 200 print and electronic media members from 24 states - France and The Netherlands are in Charlotte this week for the annual NASCAR Media Tour at the Lowe's Motor Speedway. All this week we'll be doing our best to get you up to speed on what's about to transpire on the track in 2005.

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(( The legendary Wood Brothers made headlines last January when they moved their shop from their home base in Stuart to Mooresville, North Carolina. This year Jon Wood is making the jump from the truck series to Busch Grand National, and another Wood also is starting to make a name for himself. Keven Wood, the 20 year old son of Len Wood is set to make his move to the late model stock ranks after winning a national title in the Legends cars and winning more than hald the races he entered the last two years. ((KEVEN WOOD:)) ((LEN WOOD:)) Quick is the word when it comes to Keven these days. At 20, he's almost considered old at this stage of his career in what has become a skewed fast track to track. ((KEVEN WOOD:)) Like many young men, Keven got into racing out of necessity - as a way to channel his energy so to speak. ((LEN WOOD:)) This year he's hoping to wake up the Motor Mile Speedway and several other tracks on the Late Model circuit - the same way his cousin Jon did just a few years ago.)) ((JON WOOD:))
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On the Hardwood tonight the Tech women host Florida State at 7pm, and Liberty's men entertain VMI also at 7. Shannon will be right back in just a moment. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]


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Concerns over corporate earnings led stocks downward today. Ed Crane has our Market Update.
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When you think of Henry County you might not think of high tech, but the school district hopes to change that.
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District officials say Henry County was the first in the region- and one of the first in the state to introduce wireless laptops in the classroom. It started in 1998. Now all students 8th grade and higher use them.
The "Wireless" access allows the computers to come to the students rather than students having to go to a computer lab.
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((YOU JUST UNPLUG IT BRING IT TO OUR DESK AND DO WHAT SHE ASKES YOU TO DO.)) [BUTT TO 03:28:10] ((CRYSTAL HANKINS/8TH GRADE STUDENT: TODAY ROSA PARKS INFORMATION ABOUT HERE SO WE CAN DO A REPORT ON HER.))
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Henry County hopes the computer technology will help attract high tech businesses and prepare students for good jobs.
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((JANET LEWIS/8TH GRADE TEACHER: : AND WHAT THEY ARE DOING IS REAL LIFE APPLICATIONS THINGS THEY WILL TAKE TO HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE TO THE WORKPLACE.))
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Coming up on News 7 at six... we'll meet the woman who heads up the technology effort in Henry County Schools. She recently won a state award for her work.

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Finally, joy riders in Ohio are learning the hard way that just because a river looks frozen doesn't mean it is.


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[SUPER=03-New Toledo, OH;]

Keith Lajiness is one of four people who plunged into the Ottowa River while joy-riding today. While a news photographer was taping, Lajiness lost his ride when the 4-wheeler broke through the ice. Drenched and cold, he was able to swim back to shore.
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Lajiness was uninjured. Rescue personnel say he was lucky.
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In a seperate incident, three people were tossed into the drink when their snowmobile plunged into the river. All three riders escaped uninjured. A towing company says, what could hurt, however, is the cost of removing the machine from the water.
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College students fight for cheaper textbooks.
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[VO-NAT CBS 11]


And one woman takes her welcome home sky high.
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[Closing Animation] The details at Eleven.