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Up next on News 7 at five-
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The First Lady has her chance to tell everything to a Grand jury. We'll have a live report.
A man is arrested-charged with setting a fire in Roanoke.
Plus one of the region's biggest success stories in business is now cutting workers.
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Wx-Heads
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What a mess...first cold rain then too much rain. Be on your toes, weatherwise.

Medical-heads


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On Health Check-- Tallying the cost of strokes, which strike half a million Americans every year.
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Plus, looking to England, with a new way to treat infertile men-- allowing them to father their own children.
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((I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER THE GRAND JURY'S QUESTIONS AND LOOKING FORWARD TO TELLING EVERYTHING I KNOW.))
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The First Lady says she wants to tell all.
Today she gets her chance.
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5-Hillary


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Good Evening this is NEws-7 at FIVE, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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Hillary Rodham Clinton is before a Whitewater Grand Jury-
She's answering questions about how her law firm records turned up at the White House- a full two years after they were subpoenaed.
Regina Blakely is covering the proceedings- she joins us now from Washington with the latest. cut to reggie
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((As she arrived at US District Court in Washington, Mrs. Clinton was greeted with signs indicating the political divisiveness resulting from the Whitewater investigation. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON: I'M HAPPY TO BE HERE, ANSWER ALL THE GRAND JURY'S QUESTIONS, HELP THEM WITH THEIR INVESTIGATION Mrs Clinton was brought to the grand jury under subpoena to answer questions about the recent discovery of legal billing records which indicate the extent of her work for Madison Guaranty, the Arkansas Savings and Loan at the center of the Whitewater controversy. Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr has wanted those documents for 2 years and while Mrs. Clinton is not a target of the investigation, Starr now wants to know why they were found by an administration aide who testified last that she found them in a private room of ther third floor of the White House. The White House said the President and First Lady did talk before she left for the courthouse but did not discuss the substance of her testimony. MIKE MCCURRY/WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: THE PRESIDENT WAS THERE TO REASSURE HER, TELL HER THAT HE LOVES HER AND THAT SHE'LL DO A GOOD JOB AND THE GRAND JURY WILL SEE THAT SHE IS TELLING THE TRUTH JUST AS SHE HAS ALWAYS BEEN TELLING THE TRUTH.))
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5-City-Fire


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A joint investigation by the Roanoke City Fire and Police Departments has lead to the arrest of a Roanoke man.
20 year old Phillip Vincent Orren was arraigned on arson charges this morning- for a house fire on Patterson Avenue earlier this week.
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Denise Allen is in the newsroom with more on the investigation.
Denise, is this the only charge Orren is facing?
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Jean, the Commonwealth's Attorney says they will likely present additional charges when the grand jury convenes in February.
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In addition to the Patterson Avenue fire, investigators have been looking into a rash of fires in the southwest part of Roanoke.
Eight empty buildings have burned in recent days.
According to the Commonwealth's Attorney's office, Orren told police he was involved in the Patterson Avenue fire and several others.
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((BETTY JO ANTHONY/ASST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: BASED ON HIS STATEMENTS TO POLICE THERE WILL BE A NUMBER OF INDICTMENTS TO ACCOMPANY THE WARRANT.)) ((MARLAN MORRIS/ASST FIRE MARSHAL: THE OTHER FIRES WE WERE HAVING IN THE AREA SEEMED TO HAVE SIMILAR PATTERNS. MOST OF THEM OCCURRED IN EITHER ABANDONED BUILDINGS OR BUILDINGS IN THE PROCESS OF RENOVATION. THEY STARTED IN THE REAR OF THE STRUCTURE.))
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Orren has only been charged in the Patterson Avenue fire.
He was arraigned this morning on charges of arson of an occupied dwelling.
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His court date is set for February 14th.
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Apparently the neighbors have been very co-operative during this investigation.
So those interviews and evidence collected at the scene prompted officials to seek out Orren.

5-Fibercom


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A big setback for a company that's been one of the region's big success stories.
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Computer network maker Litton-Fibercom will eliminate a quarter of the jobs at the company, because of a lack of business.
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Len Besthoff says workers got the word around lunchtime.
Len, how many jobs are we talking about?
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The cuts affectSUPER=@Len1;
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a total of 51 hourly and salaried employees.
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((CALVIN ALLEN/FORMER LITTON-FIBERCOM EMPLOYEE: IT WAS JUST A REDUCTION IN FORCE. BUSINESS DROPPED OFF AND THEY COULDN'T KEEP GOING AT THE RATE WE WERE GOING.))
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The company was hoping federal government work would keep it busy following the completion of some commercial contracts, but the budget slowdown in Washington put a temporary halt to that business too...leaving the company no other choice but to cut jobs.
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Jean most workers have no hard feelings though, saying the company has always been a good place to work for.
(QUESTION: WHAT KIND OF JOBS DID THE COMPANY CUT?)
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Straight ahead-- It was ten years ago when the country was paralyzed as they watched the Space Shuttle Challenger explode.
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And a little later on--- students at one elementary school are using the

souper bowl to teach them more about math. We'll explain.
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On Health Check-- some infants born to mothers with AIDS are staving off the infection....it's encouraging news in the search for the cure. 2-SHOT
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The boyfriend of the girl who's eight and a half months pregnant was in court today.
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We'll fill you in as NEWS-7 at FIVE continues. cc sponsor

5-bOLLING


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A Bedford County jury is still hearing evidence in the murder case of 49 year old Joe Gardner Bolling.
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Bolling is accused of shooting his girlfriend to death during an argument last June.
In a statement to police that night, Bolling claimed the shooting was accidental, and that somehow his gun just "went off".
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Prosecutors say Bolling's version of the shooting doesn't match up to evidence taken from the scene.
The trial is expected to wrap up Monday.
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5-Preg-Teen


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A 22 year old man who got a 14 year old pregnant now faces a reduced charge of sexual Assault in Texas.
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Pedro Sotelo made his first court appearance in Houston today.
Police initially believed his girlfriend was only ten. It turns out she's about 14.
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If convicted, Sotelo faces up to 20 years in prison.
The more serious charge carried a 99-year sentence.

5-Challenger


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You probably remember where you were ten years ago this Sunday.
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That's the day the Shuttle Challenger exploded shortly after liftoff-
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The disaster wiped out the entire crew- including the first civilian in space- Teacher Christa McAuliffe.
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What does football have to do with music? Usually not much, unless your name is Mike Reid--
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((PATRICK EVANS: MIKE REID NO LONGER PLAYS ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD, HIS VENUE NOW IS THE PIANO. HE'S A GRAMMY AWARD WINNING SONGWRITER, HE'S WRITTEN AN OPERA, AND THE KANDINSKY TRIO WILL BE PERFORMING ONE OF HIS PIECES THIS WEEKEND, WE'LL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT IT COMING UP ON NEWS 7 AT FIVE.))
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5-REID


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You don't often link football with winning a Grammy Award
But Patrick Evans has the story of a man who rose to the top of his profession in both Athletics and the Arts.
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Stats
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Stick around--- Roy has highlights of Tech's loss on the road as well as

some words from the Roanoke Express Head Coach.
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And on Health Check--
The latest effort in our region to help save the lives of those desperate for organ transplants.
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We'll hear about the newly-formed Commission on Organ and Tissue donation.
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((ORGAN DONATION HAS GROWN IN PUBLIC AWARENESS AND PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE TREMENDOUSLY OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF YEARS. ))
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5-HIV-Babies


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The ability of some H-I-V infected infants to stave off AIDS is peaking the interest of researchers.
Doctors at the Institute of Child Health in London say in the medical journal "The Lancet" that they don't know how some babies bodies processed the virus.
But if they can find out-- it might help in the search for an AIDS cure.

5-Fertility


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A breakthrough in England which could allow infertile men to father their own children.
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The technique has resulted in the birth of a healthy baby girl for Gavin and Jenni Oxbrugh.
31-year-old Gavin is unable to produce sperm, but there was enough "pre-sperm" to be inserted into one of his wife's eggs.
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((DR. SIMON FISHEL/NURTURE FERTILITY CLINIC: WE BELIEVE THAT THE GENETIC MATERIAL IS TOTALLY NORMAL AT THIS VERY EARLY PRE-SPERM STAGE, SO BY INJECTING PRE-SPERM IN THE EGG WE BELIEVE THE GENETIC MATERIAL IS AS NORMAL AS THE FULLY FORMED SPERM. AND SO ALL WE'RE DOING IS GIVING A HELPING HAND ALONG THE WAY-- WE ARE DELIVERING THAT GENETIC MATERIAL TO THE EGG. JENNI OXBRUGH/MOTHER: WE'D RESIGNED OURSELVES TO THE FACT THAT WE WERE GOING TO HAVE NO CHILDREN, THAT IT WAS JUST GOING TO BE THE TWO OF US. BUT THANKFULLY, SHE'S HERE. ))
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Doctors are waiting for permission to conduct full clinical trials, which could eventually permit the technique to be used regularly.
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5-Stroke


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Each year, half a million Americans suffer strokes-- and 150-thousand die.
Now, it's been proven that this major killer is also costing a huge amount of money.
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At the University of Iowa, they've tallied up the costs-- concluding that strokes cost 41-billion dollars each year in medical bills and lost earnings.
The average lifetime cost of a stroke is about 100-thousand dollars.
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5-Organ-Donors


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Each year almost three thousand people die while waiting on the list for an organ transplant.
To help their cause, a new group has formed-- trying to save lives in Southwest Virginia.
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The Commission on Organ and Tissue Donation is made up of people in- and- around the Roanoke Valley.
Members say there's a fear surrounding organ donation and most people don't like to talk about it.
The commission hopes to change things.
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Butt these bites please ((TOM REED/VIRGINIA ORGAN PROCUREMENT AGENCY: WE'RE EXTREMELY EXCITED TO BE PART OF THIS NEW ALLIANCE. I THINK IT'S REALLY THE MOST POSITIVE INITIATIVE FOR ORGAN DONATION TO REALLY COME ABOUT IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY AND MAYBE EVEN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. ))
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The group is being modeled after a similar one in Northern Virginia.
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Virginia Tech's winning streak ended last night.
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The Hokies took their number 8 ranking and lost on the road. Roy has more on the game in tonight's Ticker.

S5-Tech


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Thank you Ladies and good afternoon everybody welcome to the week ending two minute ticker.
Virginia Tech's celebration over its 8-th place ranking and a 9 game winning streak came to a quick halt last night in the Nation's Capital.
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Tech ran into a red hot George Washington Team led by Kwame Evans who nails this jumper for two of his 13 points.
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get the put back and George Washington rebounds to beat Tech 64 to 47.
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The Lady Hokies came through with a big win at the Cassell last night.
Michelle Hollister scored a career high 29 points including the winning basket as Tech beat LaSalle 70 to 65.
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In Radford, The Lady Highlanders hosted the Lady Flames of Liberty.
Freshman Kim Hairston keyed a big win She came through with a game high 22 points as Radford gets the big south win over Liberty 104 to 52.
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The Roanoke Express plays host to the number one team in the ECHL tonight at the Round House. The 32-5 and 7 Richmond Renegades will be in town for a 7:30 East Division showdown.
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The fifth place Express has had the last five day to prepare for the Renegades and much of the team's ice time has been spent conditioning.
Due to great goaltending, Roanoke's two wins this season against Richmond have come in shootouts, and getting to the extra period against the superior Renegades is something Roanoke is shooting for.
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Coming up at six, we will take a closer look at how Express right winger Jason Clarke has been quietly compiling points as both a bruiser and a scorer,
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Plus more from the Tech -G.W. game-- but don't go away. more news 7 at 5 to come.

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How many cans of soup does it take to reach from the office at Gilbert-Linkous Elementary school to Mrs. Harper's room at the end of the hall?
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That's one of the math problems students were figuring out today in conjunction with a "Souper" Bowl food drive.
Fifth-graders challenged the rest of the school to help benefit the Blacksburg Interfaith Food Pantry.
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((ROBBIE SCHICK/FIFTH-GRADE STUDENT: I THINK IT'S REALLY NEAT TO DO THIS BECAUSE THERE'S A LOT OF MATH AND STUFF AND I REALLY LIKE MATH. AND I THINK IT'S REALLY NICE TO DO THIS FOR THE HOMELESS PEOPLE.))
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In answer to the first question, students figured they'd need about 735 cans to reach Mrs. Harper's room.
They fell 19 short, but the food pantry is still 726 cans richer.
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Some Franklin County students are reaching new heights... after a NASA representative visited their school this morning.
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Keith Humphry is in the newsroom with the far- out details.
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Jean, NASA has developed a workshop called Urban Community Enhancement...
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Someone from the space program travels around the country giving hands- on presentations.
Today, that representative landed at Glade Hill Elementary school.
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We'll blast off with that story in about a half hour on News 7 at six. (ad lib bye) ANCHOR=Jean