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Today on News 7, a police officer in New York City could face life in prison after he admits to savagely beating a Hatian immigrant,
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and closer to home, a former teacher at a Radford Christian School pleads no contest to having sexual relations with a former student.
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Healthcare providers are getting closer to nature in Radford.
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And doctors are performing a new type of transplant that's proving successful.
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[5-Carroll]


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A former principal and teacher at a Christian school in Radford pleaded NO contest in court today to having sex with a former student.
The alleged victim, who's now 21, watched in silence as Cynthia Carroll entered her plea.
However, he did speak to reporters later.
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Teresa Hamilton was there.
She's in our Blacksburg newsroom now with more on their conversation. [Teresa Full/Blacksburg Bureau]
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Jean, at first Jeremy Cultice and his wife were reluctant to speak.
But both eventually changed their minds in hopes of encouraging other young men in similiar situations to come forward rather than waiting for several years, as Cultice did, out of fear.
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Crystal Cultice says what happened to her husband as a teenager....NOT only affected his childhood but also his life as an adult.
But Jeremy Cultice says telling his parents and police has helped him slowly begin to heal.
Cultice says he was 14 when he and Cynthia Carroll began having sex at the Three Angel's Christian school.
Carroll worked there as a principal and teacher.
Cultice says he knew it was wrong-- but was afraid to tell his parents.
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((JEREMY CULTICE:IT'S HARD TO TELL YOUR PARENTS BECAUSE YOU'RE LIKE WELL, THEY'RE GOING TO BLAME THIS ON ME, BUT WHEN I TOLD MY MOTHER, SHE WAS RIGHT THERE, SO, KIDS, IF THIS EVER HAPPENS DON'T HESITATE TO TELL YOUR PARENTS.))
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If convicted, Carroll faces up to 70- years in prison.
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Coming up at six-- we'll have much more from our conversation.

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A guity plea today in a police brutality case that gained national attention.
The New York Police officer accused of abusing a Haitian immigrant with a stick plead guilty.
As Diana Olick explains, Justin Volpe now faces up to life in prison.
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((Faced with the devastating testimony of his fellow police officers, 27 year old Justin Volpe admitted to torturing Abner Louima in a Brooklyn station house in 1997. "In the bathroom of the precinct, I sodomized Mr. Abner Louima with a stick, then threatened to kill him if he told anybody.", Volpe said as he entered his guilty plea before U.S. District Court Judge Eugene Nickerson. Perspiring and appearing nervous, Volpe said he wanted to intimidate Louima after arresting him outside a nightclub. The intimidation included ramming a broom handle into the rectum and then the mouth of the Haitian immigrant. Marvyn Kornberg, Volpe's Attorney He's remorseful, he's upset and for the wrongs he commiteed. He tried to correct that today. Abner Louima was not in court to hear his attacker's confession, but family members were. Rev. Samuel Nicolas. Louima's cousin The family looks for the rest of justice to be done. Volpe, who is facing a life sentence, was taken immediately to jail where he will await the judge's sentence. By throwing himself on the mercy of the court, Volpe hopes limit his prison term to 25 to thirty years. But Volpe's involvement in the most explosive New York police brutality case in decades is not necessarily finished. The trial of four other accused officers will continue and Volpe could be called to testify against them. Reverend Al Sharpton He should sit in his cell and examine his conscience and give the names of the people he conspired with. Volpe's attorney says that if his client is called to testify about his police brothers, he will testify truthfully.
Diana Olick, CBS News, New York))

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The United States is already taking tougher espionage security measures- proposed in a congressional panel today.
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The panel charges China with stealing U-S nuclear technolgoy secrets for the last 20 years.
The 700 page report details a host of secrets that have propelled China into the modern nuclear age.
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((REP. CHRIS COX/R- CALIFORNIA: PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA HAS STOLEN CLASSIFIED INFORMATION ON EVERY CURRENT DEPLOYMENT WEARHEAD IN THE UNITED STATES BALLISTICS MISSILE ARSENAL.))
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The report concludes that China has not only stolen advanced weapons designs for every modern nuclear warhead but the computer codes to test them.
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((I WANT TO ASSURE YOU AND ALL THE AMERICAN PEOPLE THAT I WILL WORK VERY HARD WITH CONGRESS TO PROTECT OUR NATIONAL SECURITY.))
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The leaks are a result of an aggressive espionage operation China continues to deny.
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The federal government says it wants to make the highways safer. We'll see what it's recommending in a moment.
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and we'll see how a court settlement will benefit some of the state's underprivileged children.
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On Health Check, health care providers from all over gather in Montgomery County to learn about alternative forms of medicine.
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And Patrick Evans will lead the cheer as some local students return from a national competition. [closed caption sponsor]


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The Federal Government says it is concerned about the number of fatal accidents involving commercial trucks and buses on American highways..
Today it announced a plan that it hopes will cut that death rate in half.
Drew Levinson reports.
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((IT'S ESTIMATED-MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE DIE EVERY WEEK IN ACCIDENTS INVOLVING COMMERCIAL TRUCKS AND BUSES ON AMERICA'S HIGHWAYS .

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This is unacceptable to the president and it is unacceptable to the department of transportation." IN WASHINGTON TUESDAY, TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY RODNEY SLATER UNVEILED PLANS TO CUT THAT NUMBER IN HALF IN TEN YEARS.

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"The goal of a 50 percent reduction is achievable if we put our minds to it and we are committed to doing just that." THERE ARE SEVEN MILLION TRUCKS ON THE ROAD. THE TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY AND FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATOR PROPOSED: (GRAPHIC) DOUBLING YEARLY INSPECTIONS FROM 24 TO 48, INCREASING PENALTIES UP TO 10-THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR SAFETY VIOLATIONS AND NEW TECHNOLOGY TO MONITOR THE HOURS TRUCK DRIVERS SPEND BEHIND THE WHEEL.
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"We really want to focus on rest and the amount of rest the drivers need in operating motor vehicles."
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"This plan comes one day before Congress receives a report on the effectiveness of the Office of Motor Carriers-that's the agency that oversees the safety of trucks and buses. The report is expected to call for more nmoney, people and supervision. Drew Levinson, cbs news, detroit.))

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The Franklin County administrator has resigned under public pressure.
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Macon Sammons has accepted a job with Virginia Tech- He will be the first Leadership Fellow of the Center for Innovative Leadership.
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((WELL I'D LONG BEEN CONCERNED OUR REGION WAS NOT KEEPING PACE WITH COMPETITORS: GREENSBORO, KNOXVILLE, CHARLOTTE AND THIS IS A CHANCE TO FOCUS ON PROMOTING THE ENTIRE REGION.))
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Sammons served Franklin County for six years and takes credit for four million dollars in grant money for local businesses, plus half a million dollars for Smith Mountain Lake State Park..
But others say he was not aggressive enough --
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((I THINK WE NEED STRONGER LEADERSHIP, PEOPLE MORE INTERESTED IN GETTING MORE TECHNICAL BUSINESS HERE IN THE COUNTY.))


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Sources say the county supervisors have been pressuring Sammons to leave for at least a year now -- we'll have more on that on News7 at Six.


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Toys-R-Us is giving more than a million dollars' of presents to needy kids in Virginia.
But not by choice.
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It's part of a 50-million-dollar settlement.
Forty-three states sued the toy store.... saying it and three toy makers conspired to keep popular items out of stores that sold toys for less money.
Today, Virginia Attorney General Mark Earley said Virginia's piece of the settlement is a "big win."
Over the next three holiday seasons, toys and books will go to needy kids in the Commonwealth, through the Marines' Toys for Tots program.
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At most sporting events, the cheerleaders have to hang out on the sidelines, but as Patrick Evans tells us some cheerleaders based in Botetourt County have been enjoying the spotlight.
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A group of hard working young ladies has tumbled and flipped its way to success in a recent National Cheerleading competition, and Patrick Evans journeys to Botetourt County to bring us the story.
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Coming up in Sports, the fat lady could be singing the blues for the Utah Jazz.
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On health check -- we'll see how some very rare transplant surgery is improving the lives of eight individuals,
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Plus Radford University is holding an alternative medicine conference for health care providers.
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About 20 health care providers are spending this week along the Little River at a 380-acre outdoor laboratory and retreat center. They're studying nontraditional heath care alternatives at Radford University's Nature Center.
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((KIMBERLY CARTER/CAMEO CO-COORDINATOR: WE HAVE NUTRITIONISTS, MASSAGE THERAPISTS, WE HAVE NURSES, NURSE PRACTITIONERS HERE TO LEARN ABOUT ALL OF THE DIFFERENT OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO US TO CARE FOR OURSELVES, TO HEAL, TO STAY HEALTHY, TO BE WELL, TO REJUVENATE, TO RE-ENERGIZE.)) [RUNS:15]
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Ernie Wallace is one of those participants. He's a massage therapist who is learning first hand how other theraputic touch like Reiki (RAY-key) is beneficial in healing.
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((ERNIE WALLACE/MASSAGE THERAPIST: I WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TODAY TO BE ON THE TABLE AND YES, IT WAS A CALMING RELAXING FEELING AND IT FELT VERY GOOD AND I'M HOPING THAT I'LL LEARN ENOUGH THAT I CAN USE IT IN MY PRACTICE.)) [RUNS:22]
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[VO NAT] The conference also includes classes that teach about herbs and herbal remedies and meditation sessions.







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We often think of organ transplants as a last chance effort to save someones life with a new heart, kidney or liver.
However modern medicine has found success in transferring other parts as well.
Several patients across the country have benefitted from trachea transplants.
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The trachea is the windpipe that allows air to flow from the mouth into the lungs.
Cindy Black needed a new trachea after scar tissue made it very difficult for her to breathe.
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((CINDY BLACK: EVERY BREATH IT TOOK WAS (GASP) HI (GASP) HOW YA DOIN' YOU KNOW IT WAS LIKE GASPING FOR AIR ))
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Black was able to return to work six months after the surgery.
The trachea came from people who donated their organs after death.
Unlike other organs, the trachea can be preserved for future use.
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(( DR. JEFFREY JACOBS: A HUMAN TRACHEA BECAUSE OF THE PRESERVATION REALLY CAN BE PRESERVED FOR UP TO TWO YEARS AND USED DOWN THE ROAD ))
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Doctor Jacobs is on a team responsible for five of the eight trachea transplants in this country.
He says some of those patients would not have survived if they were born 30 years ago.
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Many Americans are having problems saying what they think. And since May is "better hearing and speech month," speech therapists are showing there is a way to help.
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Forty-two million Americans have some type of communication disorder.
Speech and language therapy can help people with stuttering, swallowing and linguistic problems.
Velma Carroll suffered from a stroke about six months ago.
That left her with two speech disorders.
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[12:10:29] ((MICHELLE SYKES/SPEECH PATHOLOGIST: SHE'S ABLE TO LOOK AT YOU AND TELL YOU TO HAVE A NICE DAY. BUT WHEN SHE ACTUALLY TRIES TO GO AND NAME A PICTURE OR AN ITEM, SHE CAN'T PRODUCE THE SOUNDS.))
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In order to re-train Velma's brain she attends speech therapy three times a week. At these sessions she works on word drills to practice saying consonants and vowels. She also does work sheets to practice her reading and writing skills.
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Today in Sports, the Utah Jazz strikes a sour note,
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with the news from the N-B-A playoffs, here's Steve Mason.[S5-NBA]


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Good afternoon everyone, lets start out 120 seconds of sports on the hard wood.
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The Utah Jazz, picked as the favorites to win this season's NBA crown, are on the verge of elimination. Portland leads the Western Conference semifinal round 3 games to 1 and can rap it up tonight.
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There was a definite changing of the guard in football today at the annual NFL owners meetings in Atlanta, Georgia as the Washington Redskins sale to businessman Daniel Snyder for 800 million was made official.
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The Winston Cup stars return to the Charlotte Motor Speedway tomorrow night for qualifying under the lights for the Coca-Cola 600.
Time trials begin at seven o'clock
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and one of the long shots to make the top 10 is veteran Darrell Waltrip. The 52 year old, three-time Winston Cup champion has won more Coke 600s than any driver in history with 5.
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But it's been ten long years since he last won the 600 at Charlotte.
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Coming up tonight at six when we pop the top with Dale Jr.
Have a good night everybody.
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A little two inch doll is creating a big controversy in California.
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Los Angeles police say the toys known as "Homies" glorify gang life.
The little figurines wear baggy clothes, bandanas and caps frequently worn by Chicano gang members.
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((ANTHONY ALBA LAPD SPOKESMAN: IT COULDN'T COME AT A WORSE TIME WHEN WE'RE TRYING TO DO AWAY WITH YOUTH GANG VIOLENCE, SOMEBODY COMES OUT WITH THESE DOLLS THAT GLORIFY THE GANG LIFESTYLE.))
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The dolls are popular in the Latino communities. More than one million have been sold as keychains or in bubblegum machines. .
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