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Coming up on News 7- Several streets in Roanoke are blocked after an explosion. We'll have a live report.
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Plus, Virginia doesn't have to lean the meth lesson the hard way. We'll hear from the nation's drug czar. And we'll take you back to when you sat at the kid's table to remind you how difficult being a child can be.
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News 7 is next.

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Police, federal agents and firefighters are swarming around a Roanoke neighborhood tonight.
This after an explosion near a house on Patterson Avenue.
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Justin McLeod is near the area tonight. Justin, what can you tell us?
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It's an issue many cities across the country have had to face over the years ... whether to honor the late Dr. Martin Luther King by naming a building, a bridge or a street for him.
The idea is on its third go-round in Lynchburg, and is picking up more support every day.
Steve Smallshaw has the story.
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[SUPER=01-Rev. Willie Butler/Lynchburg NAACP; :13]
[SUPER=01-Rev. James Coleman/CRBC Committee; :43]
[SUPER=01-Carl Hutcherson/Lynchburg Mayor; 1:00]
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(( To the list of those in favor of renaming Lynchburg's Fifth Street corridor for Dr. Martin Luther King, you can now add the Reverend Jerry Falwell ... the Lynchburg Voters League and the local chapter of the N-double-A-C-P.
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((REV. WILLIE BUTLER/LYNCHBURG NAACP: BY DOING THIS YOU WILL HAVE ESTABLISHED AN IMPORTANT SYMBOL FOR EVERY CITIZEN OF LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA.))
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Supporters pushing for the name change ... or at least the simple addition of a Martin Luther King sign to the Fifth Street posts ... formally introduced their idea to city council Tuesday.
In a city that Dr. King visited in 1962, and where many of his relatives have spoken over the years, proponents say it's high time to honor that legacy.
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((REV. JAMES COLEMAN/CRBC CHAIRMAN: BUT A FAVORABLE VOTE BY THIS COUNCIL WILL GO DOWN IN THE PAGES OF HISTORY AS THE COUNCIL TO DO SOMETHING THAT IS LONG OVERDUE AND THAT IS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF LYNCHBURG, NAME A MAJOR ROADWAY AFTER A DISTINGUISHED AFRICAN-AMERICAN.))
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((CARL HUTCHERSON/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: BUT CERTAINLY THIS GOES A LONG WAY TO AT LEAST SYMBOLICALLY RIGHT A WRONG THAT HAS TAKEN PLACE OVER THE YEARS.))
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[Standup ] (( Council didn't hear from anyone opposing the idea, but both sides will have a chance to speak at a public hearing sometime in the near future.
Supporters say they'd like to see some action by the end of February.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))
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A Roanoke County school bus and an empty gravel truck collided this evening, but no one was injured.
A driver and three children were on bus number 47 when the accident happened around 5 o-clock near the intersection of Draper and Old Rocky Mount Roads.
Officers still aren't sure how the accident happened.

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[Roanoke-Fatal]


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One driver was killed in an accident this morning in Roanoke.
It happened just before two at the intersection of Williamson Road and Orange Avenue. Police say a car traveling south on Williamson collided with a tractor-trailer heading west on Orange. The driver of the car, 30-year-old David Todd Underwood of Vinton was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the tractor trailer was treated for minor injuries.
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Ten people were sickened by carbon monoxide poisoning at a Danville church today. Three of the victims were taken to the hospital. Elevated levels of carbon monoxide were found in Keen Street Baptist Church, which was then evacuated just before one o-clock. Authorities are still investigating the cause.

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Within the last two years, Botetourt County has reported more than 100-dog bites, 20- of them by dogs deemed dangerous.
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Now, the county is trying to lower those number. Today the board of supervisors adopted two-provisions to the animal control ordiance. Under the changes -an officer would immediately be allowed to deem a dog dangerous after an investigation in the field. Owners of a dangerous dog would have to carry 100-thousand dollars worth of liability insurance.
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((LEE FITZGERALD/BOTETOURT CO. RESIDENT: THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE WHO WILL HAVE TO GIVE UP THEIR DOG. THE IDEA OF IF THEY CAN AFFORD TO FENCE IT, THEN YOU CAN AFFORD THE INSURANCE- THERE'S A POINT WHERE THE STRAW BREAKS THE CAMEL'S BACK.))


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Bedford County, Roanoke City and Vinton also make dangerous dog owners carry 100-thousand dollars worth of insurance.


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[Car-Tax]


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A Senate panel today overwhelmingly approved a state constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage in Virginia.
Voters in eleven states approved similar constitutional amendments last year.
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Meanwhile, Republicans in the House of Delegates today renewed their call to completely phase out the car-tax.
The cut was frozen at 70-percent last year when money was tight.
Governor Warner says the plan would cripple the state's commitments to fund education and other core services.
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In other news today, two modern day lawmakers want Virginia's *next* governor to be sworn in where governors like Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson once worked. Delegate Melanie Rapp and Senator Tommy Norment are proposing the 2006 inauguration ceremony be held at Virginia's colonial capitol of Williamsburg. They believe doing so would give Virginians a chance to focus on their historic roots leading into the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown.
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((SEN. THOMAS NORMENT/(R) WILLIAMSBURG: VERY CANDIDLY I THINK IF I WERE GOVERNOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH IN 2006 THAT I WOULD SEIZE THIS OPPORTUNITY RECOGNIZING THE UNIQUENESS OF IT.))
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Delegate Rapp says Williamsburg is also a better alternative because of renovations taking place at the modern day capitol. Exterior work should be finished by 2006, but crews will still be working on the inside.
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[Monty-Lib]


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Montgomery County residents have a million reasons to smile tonight.
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After being in the works for over a decade, the Shawsville area is finally getting a new library.
Ground was broken tonight. The library will be located on Route 460 in the old Meadowbrook nursing home. In addition to books- the library will house CD's, DVD's and a computer lab. The county gave more than a million dollars for the facility, and the community itself raised nearly 300-thousand dollars. It is scheduled to open sometime this September.
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Southwest Virginia's growing methamphetamine problem and a unique program fighting it gain some national attention.
That's next on News Seven at Eleven.
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Plus why police say they were justified in firing more than 70 pepperballs at a suspect.
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[Sports-Preview]


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(( Hey, folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the Franklin County girls knock George Washington high school from the ranks of the unbeaten. The Dazzle honors its season ticket holders. Travis Wells checks in from the NASCAR Media Tour - and this guy goes from Construction worker to the Super Bowl in a day - tonight on the Big 7.))
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Southwest Virginia faces a growing threat from methamphetamine. But the nation's drug czar says the region can benefit from the experience of other states. Joe Dashiell has the story...
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((Unlike cocaine and other drugs which are typically smuggled into the country, methamphetamine is often manufactured locally. And communities in southwest Virginia are feeling the effects. In 2004, authorities discovered 78 meth labs in Virginia, more than twice the number they busted the year before.
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((JERRY KILGORE/VA. ATTORNEY GENERAL: THE EVIDENCE IS OVERWHELMING. METH IS A PROBLEM FOR VIRGINIA AND THE FACT IS WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.))
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Meth can be manufactured from common ingredients, including cold medicines and other over the counter products, so the state is enlisting pharmacy employees to watch out for suspicious purchases. National Drug Czar John Walters joined Virginia Attorney General Jerry Kilgore to highlight the program in the Roanoke Valley.
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((JOHN WALTERS/NATIONAL DRUG CZAR: THE GOOD NEWS IS WHILE YOU ARE SEEING MORE LABS HERE, YOU ARE GOING AFTER THEM WHILE THEY ARE STILL RELATIVELY SMALL IN NUMBER.))
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Tim Lucas is the president of the Roanoke Valley Pharmacists Association, and says he believes the MethWatch program can make a difference.
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((AND BY REALLY TRYING TO GET A HANDLE ON WHAT TYPES OF CUSTOMERS MIGHT BE COMING IN TO PURCHASE THESE THINGS FOR ILLEGAL USES AND HAVING SPECIAL REPORTING FORMS AND TRAINING REALLY SHOULD HELP I THINK))
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The methwatch program is voluntary, but many large retailers and smaller independent pharmacies have already signed on. Officials say what has worked in other states can work in Virginia to put the brakes on a troubling trend.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Botetourt County)) [Pepperballs]


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A confrontation between police and an Arizona man led to him being shot more than seventy times with a pepperball gun.

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Police responded to a call of *shots fired* Saturday night. They say Gabriel Gandara ignored commands to lie down- and that's when they pulled out the non-lethal tool known as a pepperball launcher.
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((GABRIEL GANDARA/SHOT WITH PEPPERBALLS; THEY TOLD ME PUT YOUR HANDS ON YOUR HEAD THEN THEY TOLD ME TURN AROUND WHEN I TURNED AROUND THEY KEPT SHOOTING AT ME I TRIED TO LAY DOWN THEY KEEP SHOOTING AT ME IM NOT GONNA STAND THERE AND JUST TAKE IT I MEAN IM ALREADY LAYING DOWN AND THEY'RE STILL SHOOTING AT ME.))
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Police say after Gandara got down, the rounds kept coming because he ignored commands to spread his arms away from his body. Police didn't know at the time whether Gandara had a gun- it turns out he didn't. Officers are trained to continue shooting until the subject obeys orders- but Gandara says they went too far. The department is investigating.
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Richard Hatch survived the elements, but he may not fare as well in the courtroom.
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The Survivor winner was in federal court today facing charges that he never paid taxes on his million-dollar payout from the CBS reality show. Hatch will be back in court later to enter a plea.
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He was set free on 50-thousand dollars bond. He faces a maximum five years in prison and a 250-thousand dollar fine on each charge.


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Our fling with warmer weather won't last long.
Robin Reed has our forecast when News Seven returns.
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Plus we'll take a look at the world through babies' eyes.
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[Henry-Schools]


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When students in Henry County take state tests, they often do so online.
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In fact Henry County officials say they tested more students online last semester than any other district in the state.
It's just one way Henry County is setting itself at the top when it comes to technology.
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((JANET COPENHAVER: THE STUDENTS ARE MORE FOCUSED THEY FOCUS ON THAT PART OF THE SCREEN THEY HAVE INSTANT ACCESS TO WHETHER THEY PASSED OR NOT.))
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Henry County students also have access to the newest voice recognition technology. It allows students to speak into a headset - their spoken words are then transformed into onscreen text.
Students can also write notes on a computer notepad- the notes are also turned into text on screen.
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((COPENHAVER: I THINK IT'S HELPING THE STUDENTS AND WE'RE VERY VERY PROUD.))
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Copenhaver says both allow students to write papers faster- and she says it's the wave of the future when keyboards may become obsolete.
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The Franklin County girls make a big statement tonight. Travis Wells checks in from the NASCAR Media Tour, and the most unlikely of Super Bowl players has emerged. But first tonight's Extra Point -
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The Roanoke Dazzle said thanks to its season ticket holders tonight at the team's annual "Meet the Players Party." Buffalo Wild Wings provided the food as the players and coaches mingled with the fans and signed autographs. The Dazzle is home tomorrow night at 7 hosting Columbus on what is being called "Tribute to Hocket Night."
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In high school hoops tonight one the area's last unbeaten teams was knocked off as the G.W. Danville girls lost to Franklin County.
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[SUPER=03-Rocky Mount/G.W. Danville vs. Franklin Co.; :00]

Lisa Black's Eagles lost to GW earlier in the season, but payback was in the air in the Mount. Here's how you move it without the dribble. Three crisp passes and Amber Potter will duck under two GW defenders and score two of her 12 points on the night. Later watch Hannah Greer bring it down court and make the sweet bounce pass to Britini Witcher. Greer and Withcer led the home teams with a dozen points a piece.
Ashley Terrell would get this hoop for George Washington to keep GW within striking distance.
[SUPER=33-George Washington/44/Frankin Co./55;]

But Franklin county wanted it more. Witcher gets on the floor and Abigail Baumann will get it to Wade. The Eagles beat the Eagles 55-to-44.
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They gave the NBA a black eye, they were arrested, suspended and in many case fined. Today the ten people who were charged in the basket-brawl fiasco in Michigan between the Pistons and Pacers were in court.
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[SUPER=03-Rochester Hills, MI; :00]


Ron Artest and the rest of the accused appeared in the 52nd District Court outside of Detroit as the judge welcomed all ten of them into her courtroom for a pretrial conference. Artest's bond was set at just $500 - the standard amount. He was ordered to stay away from the arena unless he's working, or in his case playing a game.
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NASCAR's changes are not nearly as wide spread this January as they were a year ago at this time - but there is a big change when it comes to qualifying for races. Travis Wells checks in from the NASCAR Media Tour just outside of Charlotte with some thoughts on the new eliteist format.
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The Super Bowl doesn't take place until February 6th, but already there is plenty to talk about concerning the Eagles pass catchers. Tonight Philly announced that Terrell Owens will NOT be medically cleared to play in the Super Bowl. And we now have the most unlikliest of heroes who WILL play for the Eagles.
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Jeff Thomason is taking a two-week leave from his construction job in New Jersey and heading to the Super Bowl...not as a fan, but to play for the Eagles. The big tight end spent three seasons with the Eagles, but hasn't played in the league since 2002. He has been asked to join the team and take the place of the injured Chad Lewis, who hurt his foot during Sunday's N-F-C title win over Atlanta.
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[Update]


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We want to get an update on our top story-- an explosion tonight on Patterson Avenue in Roanoke.
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Let's get the latest from Justin McLeod .
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[Babyland]


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You were there once but how much do you remember about being an infant? Or even a toddler?
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[SUPER=03-Newcastle, United Kingdom;]

An interactive exhibition in England, called The World of Babies, can help you recall what it was like living in a world built for adults. Enormously scaled up furniture illustrates how big ordinary things look to little people. Spongy or moving floors are used to recreate a baby's lack of balance. Scientists hope that seeing the world through the eyes of a child will help give parents a greater understanding of their children's development. (------------)