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Up next on News 7 at five-
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A day of talks but no agreement in Washington.
The Government is shut down.
We'll find out what that means for federal workers around the nation and in this region.
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And a Campbell County woman is dead, after her vehicle skids into a school bus loaded with students.
Wx-Heads
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As a storm moves away, most western highland locations will continue to see snow showers. The chilly details ahead.

MEDICAL-hEADS


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On Health Check-- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and the ways in which millions of Americans are effected.
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The story, plus the budget showdown hits health care workers, as thousands are sent home from the Centers for Disease Control.
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But there are 800 thousand federal workers who are off the job indefinitely because of a government shutdown.
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5-Budget


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Good Evening this is NEWS-7 at Five, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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The White House Chief of Staff met with Congressional leaders today but the day is done and still no agreement.
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That means the government is still shutdown.
Federal workers were sent home.
Parks were closed- including the Statue of Liberty.
Meanwhile lawmakers vowed to work fast to find a solution.
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((SENATOR PETE DOMENICI/R- BUDGET COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: WE'VE GOT TO MAKE SOME HEADWAY IN GETTING A COMMITMENT AS TO A BALANCED BUDGET.)) 14:05:58 ((LEON PANETTA/CHIEF OF STAFF: THIS COUNTRY IS AT A MOMENT OF SERIOUS CRISIS. WE DON'T WANT TO HAVE THE GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN AND WE DON'T WANT TO HAVE THE UNITED STATES DEFAULT IN TERMS OF ITS GOOD FAITH AND CREDIT.))
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President Clinton vetoed the bill passed by Congress- saying we don't have to cut education and Medicare to balance the budget.
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5-Federal-Budget


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The government shutdown does affect Southwest Virginia.
Most of the area's federal workers are being told to stay home, until an agreement is reached.
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Scott Prince is live at the Poff Federal Building.
Scott, how are the different agencies handling the situation?
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Jean, the three federal agencies most affected by the shutdown here are Social Security, Veterans Affairs and the I- R- S.
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Surprisingly, each had a different way of handling the furlough.
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It was the only thing making noise at the Veterans Affairs office.
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The scenario was a little bit different at the Social Security office.
Workers stayed until 11:30.
Then they were told to go home.
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Meanwhile everyone worked a full day at the I- R- S.
But in all likelihood, almost all of 40 staff members will be furloughed tomorrow.))
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As far as the I- R- S is concerned, quarterly taxes will be collected, but there won't be a taxpayer helpline.
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(Question: What about social security and veterans checks.


Social Security checks will not be affected by this.
But Veterans checks could be delayed unless an agreement in Washington is made by next week.)

5-Winter-Storm


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Many people throughout the region were expecting a heavy dose of winter weather today.
In Alleghany County, Virginia Department of Transportation workers were ready for snow and poised for action.
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While there was some snow in the area, there wasn't nearly enough to put V-DOT into action.
Officials say road surface temperatures rose during the early morning which resulted in wet, but clear roads.
No delays were reported and traffic moved smoothly all day.
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A few weather related school closings for tonight and tomorrow. take S'WATCH
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A Campbell County woman was killed this afternoon when her van collided with a school bus near Rustburg.
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The accident happened at about 3:45 on Route 24 just east of Rustburg High School.
Police say the bus had slowed down to drop off students when a van travelling westbound saw the bus' flashing lights and hit the brakes and skidded into the front of the bus.
The driver of the van 33-year old Laura Glass Barringer of Concord was killed in the accident.
A witness says the victim was wearing her seatbelt.
About 45 students were on the bus--no one was injured, just a little shaken up.
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Still to come on NEWS-7 at FIVE-- the man accused of being a cross-country serial killer makes his first court appearance.
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And the search continues for two suspects in connection with a bank robbery in Lynchbrug this morning.
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A report on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, a behavioral condition that effects millions of Americans.
Plus, the chemical causes of agression....scientists believe they've identified a primary trigger. 2-SHOT
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The Chicago Bulls hope to use their own bag of tricks against the Orlando Magic tonight.
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Plus Mike will tell us if a banged up Michael Jordan will play tonight that story later on NEWS-7 at FIVE. cc sponsor

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The man accused of killing at least four women in four states has been ordered held without bond.
At today's hearing in Kentucky, Glen Rogers refused to enter a plea.
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Rogers was arrested yesterday after a high-speed chase.
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Today Rogers' attorney said his client is invoking his right to remain silent and not speak to any police officers.
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5-Bank-Robbery


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Lynchburg police are searching for two men they say robbed the First Virginia bank on Main Street this morning.
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The robbery happened just before ten.
Employees say two men entered the bank and demanded money.
No weapon was ever shown.
The pair left the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash in a brown paper bag.
Police searched the immediate area but found "no" sign of the suspects.
One is described as a light-skinned black male-- about five-feet seven, with a medium build.
He reportedly was wearing a gray hooded jacket, blue jeans and a red bandana across his face.
Police say the other suspect is also a light-skinned black male-- about six feet tall.
He was last seen wearing a white long sleeve t-shirt with red lettering, blue jeans, a baseball hat and a red bandana across his face.
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5-Lautenschlager


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The former Salem City Councilman who took thousands of dollars from the local rescue squad, plead guilty to grand larceny this afternoon.
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Garry Lautenschlager (LOWT-uhn-SHLAY-guhr) had admitted embezzling squad funds and using the money for his own benefit.
Investigators believe he took more than 24- thousand dollars between January, 1992 and December, 1994.
Though there is still some disagreement over the exact total, Lautenschlager has made restitution to the squad.
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((JACK GREGORY/LAUTENSCHLAGER'S ATTORNEY: HE IS STILL VERY HIGHLY THOUGHT OF IN THIS COMMUNITY AND WE HOPE TO BE ABLE TO SHOW THE COURT THAT 20 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE WELL BEYOND WHAT ANYONE EXPECTS A PERSON TO GIVE IS WORTHY OF SOME CONSIDERATION, AND HOPEFULLY HE WILL.))
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Lautenschlager will be sentenced in January.

5-Prison-Med


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There are more and more women in Virginia's prisons- Now it's creating a human rights crisis.
That's according to prison advocates who testified before Virginia's Crime Commission today.
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Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom.
What are the big problems talked about today?
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Jean, the real concern is access to medical care, particularly in the area of reproductive health.
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Virginia has moved rapidly from one to four overflowing women's prisons, and today lawmakers took notice.
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((KATHLEEN KENNEY/OFFICE OF JUSTICE AND PEACE: IN TOO MANY INSTANCES THEIR MEDICAL TREATMENT IS TERRIBLY INADEQUATE, PERHAPS EVEN INHUMANE. VIRGINIA SHOULD BE ASHAMED TO TREAT HUMAN BEINGS THE WAY WE TREAT OUR FEMALE INMATES. EVEN INCARCERATED PERSONS HAVE HUMAN RIGHTS AND SHOULD BE TREATED WITH DIGNITY.))
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Crime Commission members say they thought medical treatment problems had been cleared up two years ago.
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(question: Where did the three new women's prisons come from?)



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By now it is obvious the snow did not come our way-- so what did happen to the storm?
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stocks bump next

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There was a lot of expectation, but in the end, very little snow appeared this morning, and the storm is now moving out of the region. DOUBLE BOX JEAN/PATRICK
Patrick Evans joins us from the National Weather Service Office in Blacksburg, where forecasters are watching the storm's progress and can give us some insight into why the snow was a "no-show."
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Stats
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Stick around for more News-7 at Five-- the Virginia Tech Hokies talk about their big game on the road against U-V-A-- that report in tonight's Two Minute Ticker.
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On Health Check-- if you have thoughts that you just can't seem to get rid of, or maybe you find yourself constantly checking things over and over-- this report on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder may be of interest. health bump next

5-CDC


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Topping tonight's Health Check report: At the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, thousands of federal
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workers were sent home today because of the budget standoff between the President and Congress.
Only about 400 C-D-C workers out of 65-hundred remained on the job, guarding against public health threats.
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5-Agression


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New studies confirm what's long been suspected: Low levels of the chemical serotonin in the body spur aggressive behavior in humans.
Researchers at Yale and the University of Texas altered diets to create low levels of serotonin-- and showed that otherwise healthy people turned more aggressive.
Autistic individuals were also found to be more aggressive.
Serotonin is a chemical that communicates between the brain and cells.

5-OCD


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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can be devastating for sufferers and their families.
About five million people are affected by the combination of recurrent, persistent obsessions and repetitive behaviors that comes with O.C.D.
The disorder is the topic of a seminar tonight at Lewis Gale Clinic--
Two professionals and a physician will serve as guest speakers, including Bill Ford, an O-C-D patient from Milwaukee.
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Mr. Ford joins us in our studio.
First of all, I heard Obsessive Compulsive Disorder almost cost you your job?
What are some of the other symptoms-- aside from constantly checking?
I know O.C.D. can be treated with medication and behaviour therapy? Is that what it took to get you past this condition?
Though you are well on the road to recovery, in what ways does O.C.D still creep into your life?
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take board
For those interested, tonight's public forum will be held at the Lewis Gale Foundation Auditorium, from 7 to 8:30. You can just show up tonight, and the program is free.
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Bill Ford, thanks for joining us.
Now, let's head into the Sports Office for two minutes of the days top sports news, with Mike Stevens.

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker. it was the 20th ranked Virginia tech Hokies turn to talk to the media about this weekend's season finale against Virginia today.
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The Hokies are heading into this Saturday with a lot of confidence after securing the school's first ever Big East title at RFK.
Tech wracked up 38 points against the Temple, but the fighting Gobblers know UVa's defense is much tougher.
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The Chicago Bulls are in Orlando tonight trying to break the Magic's 34 game homecourt winning streak and deliver the payback punch for last year's loss in the playoffs.
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Michael Jordan is less than 100 percent with a banged up finger on his shooting hand, but he will play, and he says he's in much better shape than he was last year when the Magic made the Bulls disappear.
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From one Carolina King to the other. Richard Petty made it official today that he is planning to get into politics on a state level next year.
Petty's campaign chairman says the King has begun a fund raising effort to challenge democratic incumbent Rufus Edmisten for the state's Secretary of State position.
The King is a long time republican and he served as county commissioner in Randolph County for 16 years.
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Coming up at six, Bill Foster talks about Tech's first preseason hoop ranking in ___ years.
I'll see you in a little over a half hour.
Have a good night everybody. take a break

5-prince


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The Prince of Wales celebrated his birthday on the road.
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Prince Charles turned 47 today in Potsdam Gemrany.
He spent the day touring a castle where children from the International School of Berlin sang "Happy Birthday" to him.
And of course they let him eat cake--- before visiting a new airplane

factory opened by BMW and Rolls Royce in 1993.
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Princess Diana was also making headlines todays.
She announced she will give her first solo British television interview to the BBC.
There's no word on when it will air or if it'll be carried in the U-S.


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Tobacco is the state's number one cash crop, but perhaps nowhere is it more profitable than in Southside.
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Teresa Hamilton joins us from our Danville newsroom with a look at part two of our special series, Tobacco-- Under Fire.
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Jean, with tobacco under scrutiny, some critics say it's time for
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farmers to be searching for an alternative crop.
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But for the thousands of Southside tobacco farmers nothing compares to the money tobacco brings in.
Unlike most crops, tobacco is federally regulated, which helps ensure a profit.
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((LARRY MCPETERS/HALIFAX CO. EXTENSION AGENT: AT THIS TIME, THERE IS NOT A CROP THAT SUBSTITUTES FOR FLUE CURED TOBACCO FROM AN INCOME STAND POINT THAT IS LEGAL. ))
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Tonight on NEWS-7 at SIX we'll talk with farmers who've tried their hand at other crops-- like broccoli.
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Jean, even those who raise cattle say nothing brings in the money like tobacco. (jean ad lib bye) ANCHOR=Jean