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He's the man seen on FBI most-wanted posters for weeks. Tonight Rafael Rasendez Ramirez is behind bars.
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And criminal charges are being filed against maintenance workers in connection with the Valujet plane crash.
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We are stuck in the cooler and wetter pattern through Thursday. After that, it warms up a bit. Details ahead.

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The Senate is heading toward voting on amendments to the Patients' Bill of Rights.
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Plus -- a new treatment for ironing out wrinkles -- but the price tag may take you to the cleaners.
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((IT WAS A SURRENDER AND IT WAS BASED ON SOME NEGOTIATIONS WE'VE BEEN DOING OVER THE LAST FEW DAYS.))
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The Suspected Railroad killer is in custody tonight after turning himself in.
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After a month long manhunt- the search is over for Rafael Resendez Ramirez.
The 39-year old drifter surrendered to authorities in Texas-
That is where we find Maureen Maher with the details.
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((FOR THE ALLEGED SERIAL KILLER.. SUSPECTED OF MURDERING EIGHT PEOPLE INCLUDING TWO WITH A SLEDGEHAMMER... THE MANHUNT ENDED VERY QUIETLY.
THE F-B-I SAYS RAFAEL RESENDEZ RAMIREZ SURRENDERED AT MEXICAN BORDER CHECKPOINT AFTER HIS SISTER, A CLERGYMAN AND AT LEAST ONE OTHER FAMILY MEMBER BROKERED A DEAL. CAPT. BRUCE CASTEEL/TEXAS RANGERS "HE EXTENDED HIS HAND, THEY SHOOK HANDS, HE HANDCUFFED HIM. HE SAID I WAS VERY PLEASANT, NOT AGGRESSIVE." THE DEAL DOES NOT RULE OUT THE DEATH PENALTY, BUT GUARANTEES THE SUSPECT SAFETY IN JAIL, A PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION AND VISITATION RIGHTS.
THE MAN KNOWN AS THE RAILWAY KILLER HAD BEEN ON THE FBI'S TEN MOST WANTED LIST SINCE POLICE BEGAN LINKING HIM TO A SERIES OF KILLINGS USUALLY IN THE VICINITY OF RAILROAD TRACKS. IRONICALLY, RAMIREZ WAS DETAINED BY BORDER PATROL POLICE LAST MONTH, BUT WAS SENT BACK TO MEXICO WHEN INS COMPUTERS DID NOT SHOW ANY OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. THEN JUST DAYS LATER, POLICE BELIEVE HE WENT ON A KILLING SPREE... MURDERING TWO PEOPLE IN TEXAS AND TWO IN ILLINOIS. DON CARTER/FBI))


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A hearing examiner with the state corporation comission is in Bland County getting feedback from residents. The topic of discussion is A-E-P's proposal to build a high voltage power line from Wyoming County West Virginia to Jackson's Ferry in Wythe Co.
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Teresa Hamilton is at Bland High School where the S-C-C wrapped up its first session about an hour ago.
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It's a first of its kind in U-S aviation history- criminal charges filed against maintenance workers in connection with the deadly 1996 Valujet plane crash- 110 people died in that crash.
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A Valujet maintenance contractor is charged with manslaughter-
More federal indictments will be filed against Sabre Tech employees involved in the packaging of illegal cargo-
Investigators found that Sabre Tech workers improperly packed oxygen canisters- causing a fire in the plane's cargo hold- that's blamed for the crash.
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Minnesota Governor Jessee Ventura makes a suprising annoncement about the next step in his career. We'll have that

story a little later,
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but first a local man admits he lied to police, but still denies he is responsible for bombing his own property.
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On Health Check, the Democrats and Republicans continue to argue over the Patients Bill of Rights.
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and Patrick Evans explores some U-S History at the Natural Bridge Wax Museum.

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He is the man suspected of setting off a pipe bomb at his own home last year-
Today Norvell West, the Third admitted he lied to police.
He still insists, however, that someone else planted the bomb.
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West pled guilty today to impeding the investigation and making false statements.
He refused to talk about it.
His lawyer flatly says West did not plant the bomb.
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West blamed the pipe bomb and several earlier incidents on a woman he was having an affair with, though government agents believe he was behind all of them.
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A Southside man who pleaded no contest to killing a Henry County man in front of his young granddaughter last year will spend the rest of his life in prison.
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[QUICK NAT SOUND 31:19 -:21] ((QUICK NAT: I SENTENCE YOU TO LIFE IN PRISON.))
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53-year-old Clyde Howard Junior was sentenced to two life terms plus 83 years.
Howard pleaded no contest to shooting James Taylor in the head.
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Taylor was sitting in his pickup truck beside his two-year-old granddaughter when he was shot.
Today, Howard's attorney read a statement from his client, apologizing to the Taylor family.
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Howard has said he plans to write his autobiography while in prison.


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To many motorists, there's nothing more intimidating than sharing the road with an 18- wheel tractor trailer.
Many see the big rigs as a menace on the highways and the number one cause of interstate accidents.
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But as you might expect, the truck drivers disagree.
They say being in the cab of an 18- wheeler gives them a unique perspective on highway travel.. which most people wouldn't understand.
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((CHARLIE CRADDOCK/TRUCK DRIVER: LOTS OF TIMES, PEOPLE COMPLAIN ABOUT US, BUT THEY DON'T SEE WHAT WE'RE SEEING. WE'RE AVOIDING AN ACCIDENT BY MAYBE SWITCHING A LANE REAL QUICK OR SOMETHING AND THEY THINK WE'RE CARELESS AND RECKLESS, BUT THEY DIDN'T SEE WHAT WE SEEN AHEAD OF US.))
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In the first of two reports, Steve Smallshaw takes you inside the cab of an 18- wheeler to show you a typical day in the life of a truck driver.. that's coming up on News7 at Six.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans waxes eloquent, or at least he tries- as he spends the day at the Natural Bridge Wax Museum.
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If you're looking for a quick summer trip, and want to take the kids someplace they'll find enjoyable AND educational, how about the Natural Bridge Wax Museum.
Patrick Evans says you don't have to travel far to find a great get-away.
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Coming up today in Sports, the University of Minnesota has not given up on landing U-V-A athletic director Terry Holl

and. Mike Stevens will have that in a moment.
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Next on health check -- Planned parenthood is expanding in Central Virginia.
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and we'll see the latest treatment some women are using to iron out there facial wrinkles.
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((I'M 53 YEARS OLD, SO I HAVE A LOT OF LINES ON MY FACE AND SOME CREASES AND THOSE ARE REALLY IRONED OUT. ))
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The debate over the so-called Patients' Bill of Rights is getting more political.
As two different bills make their ways through the Senate, President Clinton is accusing Republicans of caving in to insurance companies by supporting a lesser plan to protect the H-M-O's instead of patients.
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((THE AMERICAN PEOPLE HAVE WAITED A LONG TIME FOR THIS DAY AND WE MUST NOT LET THIS OPPORTUNITY SLIP AWAY. ALL AMERICANS IN ALL PLANS MUST HAVE THESE BASIC RIGHTS. ))
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Republicans claim the Democratic measure would raise the cost of insurance and lead employers to drop coverage for their workers.
Votes are expected on the different Patient's Bills of Rights either today or tomorrow.

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Planned Parenthood in Lynchburg is moving to a bigger and better location.
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The new Lynchburg center is at 2138 Langhorne Square. The larger facility was chosen for three reasons.
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((DAVID NOVA/PLANNED PARENTHOOD: ONE, WE NEED AN EXPANDED CENTER, EXPANSION OF OUR MEDICAL SERVICES FOR ONE, TWO, THIS PROVIDES GREATER CONFIDENTIALITY AND PRIVACY FOR OUR PATIENTS AND LASTLY WE WANT TO ADD AN EDUCATOR POSITION IN LYNCHBURG AND WE NOW HAVE SPACE TO HIRE A COMMUNITY EDUCATOR. JANET MCDOWELL/DIR. OF EDUCATION: IT WILL BE A TOUGH HIRE IN SOME WAYS BECAUSE WE'LL BE ASKING SOMEONE TO COME IN AND WORK WITH THE COMMUNITY TO ASSES IT'S NEEDS, PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR PARENTS, FOR PROFESSIONALS.))
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The new location is off the main street -- Langhorne Road -- making it easier to protect patient's privacy and provide less visibility for protesters and picketers.
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The latest technique to remove wrinkles from your skin sounds a lot like something you would do to your clothes.
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Facial ironing is a non surgical treatment to remove wrinkles and fine lines.
But don't get this iron confused with your basic Sunbeam. This one doesn't use heat-
and there is a lot of preparation before you can use it.
First placenta oil is rolled into the skin.
Next five creams are applied, one to each of five areas of the face.
Then plastic wrap is applied tightly to the face.
Finally the facial iron is used for ten minutes.
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((IT'S A TINGLING EFFECT BASICALLY. THERE'S NO HEAT AND IT JUST FEELS LIKE SOMETHING IS BEING ROLLED OR SMOOTHED OVER THE SKIN.))
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Smooth is how the skin is supposed to look following the treatment.
The whole process takes about an hour and it isn't cheap.
The facial costs around a hundred dollars, but customers like Maureen Mullin feel it is worth it.
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The treatment lasts about a week. It is also recommended for anyone with dry skin.
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Today in Sports, Boston is gearing up for tonight's Baseball All Star Game.
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And Minnesota continues its pursuit of Terry Holland. Here's Mike Stevens to explain.


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Good afternoon everybody the baseball world will stand still tonight everywhere except Boston
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as Fenway Park plays host to the 70th major league all-star game.
Pedro Martinez and Kurt Schilling will be the starting pitchers.
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And the park is all ready for tonight's mid-summer classic.
Besides the all-stars, several politicians will be in attendance including Governor Jim Gilmore who is still pishing hard to bring a big league team to Northern Virginia.
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The University of Minnesota and the Big 10 conference aren't giving up on Terry Holland just yet.
Reports out of Minneapolis today indicate that Minnesota athletic director Mark Dienhart is getting some help in h

is attempt to woo Holland away from Charlottesville.
Big 10 conference commissioner Jim Delany and University president Mark Yudof are also behind the effort to bring the UVa athletic director to the land of a thousand lakes.
According to the "Minneapolis Star Tribune" Holland met with Dienhart and two other Minnesota officials in Charlot

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Holland has been the Cavaliers' athletic director since 1995, and he is still the winningest basketball coach in school history.
Big 10 commissioner Delany says Holland may be 57, but he has the energy of a 40 year old.
Plus, the biggest up side Holland has is that the "Virginia Gentleman" is a man of integrity. And after the recen
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The pursuit of Holland picked up even more steam today when Seton Hall's Tommy Amaker asked to no longer be conside
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All new stuff coming up at six, including the Roanoke valley juniors' golf event more honors for Brandy Bailey and a pre training camp chat with the Barbers.
Take care everybody. [go to break]

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Minnesota Governor Jessee Ventura says he's getting ready to step back into the wrestling ring.
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The former professional wrestler is defending his decision to take part in an event next month in Mineapolis.
It's part of a pay per view event for the World Wrestling Federation.
He's not saying if he will actually wrestle or just referee or comentate.
Reports angered the Governor today when they asked if he was threatening the dignity of the governor's office.
He says they wouldn't ask the same question if he was a Vegas night club singer.
Ventura says most the money will go to charity and besides he's entitled to have a little fun on his own time.
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