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This is videotape from inside the Columbine High school cafeteria. We'll have the story.
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and the latest move to bring passenger rail service through this region.


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After a sunny day, clouds will increase late tonight. Temperatures in the upper 60s will be the highs tomorrow.

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On health check -- Public, private and religious organization come together at Roanoke College for a lesson in better health.
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And a new medical report shows despite all the rules Americans follow to lose weight they're forgetting the most important one.
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((SOMETHING'S GOING ON. EVERYONE IS GETTING UNDER THE TABLE .SOME SHOTS HAVE BEEN FIRED IN THE ROOM.)) [BUTT TO] ((THIS IS THE EVACUATION STARTING. THIS IS THE REAL THING.))
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Video tape is obtained from inside the Columbine High School-
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Good Evening.
The shootings at Columbine are being relived today through a chilling piece of videotape.
The tape is believed to be from a Surveillance camera inside the school cafeteria-
Teresa Estacio has the pictures from Denver.
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((THE PICTURES SHOW WHAT APPEAR TO BE THE BEGINNING MOMENTS OF THE ASSAULT INSIDE COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL ON APRIL 20. THEY SHOW STUDENTS ON THE FLOOR, HIDING UNDER TABLES, APPARENTLY RESPONDING TO GUNSHOTS. And here shortly, you'll see some, uh, faculty moving around trying to find out what's going on... then the evacuation starts. This is the real thing. THE VOICE IS THAT OF DR. VAN ROMERO, A VICE PRESIDENT AT NEW MEXICO INSTITUTE OF MINING AND TECHNOLOGY, AS HE NARRATES A SEMINAR DESIGNED TO TEACH POLICE HOW TO DEAL WITH BOMB THREATS. DR. ROMERO WON'T SAY HOW HE OBTAINED THE VIDEO. BUT STATION KRQE AND CBS NEWS BELIEVE THE VIDEO IS GENUINE. A few minutes later in the cafeteria. An explosion goes off. Another explosion. AS THE SMOKE CLEARS YOU CAN SEE TWO INDIVIDUALS WHO APPEAR TO BE DYLAN KLEBOLD AND ERIC HARRIS. THEY KILLED THEMSELVES AFTER MURDERING 12 STUDENTS AND A TEACHER IN THE WORST SCHOOL ATTACK IN U.S. HISTORY. NONE OF THE DEATHS APPEARS ON THIS TAPE. WE'VE KNOWN FOR MONTHS THAT SURVEILLANCE VIDEO EXISTS. BUT OUT OF SENSITIVITY TO THE COMMUNITY, THE JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT NEVER INTENDED TO RELEASE IT. TODAY, SPOKESMAN STEVE DAVIS RESPONDED TO THE QUESTION OF HOW SUCH A SENSITIVE PIECE OF VIDEO COULD GET INTO THE HANDS OF A COLLEGE VP IN ANOTHER STATE. ESTACIO: KCNC-TV IN DENVER HAS DECIDED NOT AIR THE VIDEO IN THAT COMMUNITY.))


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Political upheaval is underway in Pakistan- Military troops have taken over state run TV and radio and closed airports.
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Troops claim the nation's democratically elected government has been ousted.
U-S Officials are keeping a close watch on the turmoil.
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Pakistan is one nation that recently gained nuclear capability.
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The apparent takeover began today after the Prime Minister tried to dismiss the powerful army Chief of Staff.
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A move to create a state- funded passenger rail service in Virginia is starting to pick up speed.
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Officials from across the state met in Farmville today to discuss how to make the service a reality.
Lynchburg would serve as the hub for passenger rail trains running between Bristol, Washington D.C. and Richmond.

The plan would require about ten million dollars in start- up money but could start paying for itself within seven years.
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The General Assembly is expected to take up the funding question during next year's session.
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Coming up next on the newscast, a local boxing promoter has his day in court.
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and sources close to the investigation say the Grand Jury is about to announce its decision in the JonBenet murder case.
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On Health Check, we'll see why weight conscious Americans are still losing the battle of the bulge.
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and Patrick Evans celebrates Octoberfest. Stay with us.
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The grand jury in the JonBenet Ramsey case is back at work amid speculation that it's about to announce its findings.
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The grand jurors have spent 13 months considering evidence in the girl's December 1996 murder.
Forensic expert Henry Lee has advised police in the case and he said this morning that he expects the grand jury decision today or tomorrow.
Police have said JonBenet's parents have been the focus of the investigation.
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Roanoke Boxing promoter Rick Hawkins has finally had his day in court.
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It's been nearly a year and a half since he was indicted for embezzling funds from the city's youth boxing association.
Under a plea agreement entered today, the 40-year old boxer was allowed to plead "no contest" to a charge of "interfering with the property rights of another."
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The embezzlement case had been set for a jury trial tomorrow.
The prosecutor says... while she could show that Community Block Grant funds were unaccounted for, it would have been a difficult case to prove.
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Hawkins will avoid a jail term as long as he makes restitution to the city- -in the amount of 47-hundred dollars, plus court costs- -within the next three years.
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The annual visits by ghosts, goblins, and witches won't JUST happen on October 31st this year...
While the Roanoke Valley will celebrate Halloween on its traditional date..some other localities plan to mark the occasion a night early.
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With Halloween falling on a Sunday, the following localities will celebrate on SATURDAY, October 30th.
Those include Martinsville and Henry County, as well as Pittsylvania, Giles, Bath, and Carroll counties.

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Coming up after this break, we'll have the chance to see Patrick Evans in lederhosen as he celebrates Octoberfest at the Sunnybrook Inn.
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All week long, we're celebrating "Oktoberfest" on News 7 at Five, so all things German will be featured, most especially food.
One local source of German Cuisine is the Sunnybrook Inn, where we find Patrick Evans for a crash course on "Schnitzel".
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Today in sports, Mike Stevens will check in from Virginia Tech's media day as the number four Hokies prepare for the Orangemen.
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Coming up on health check -- Part two of our look at a growing problem with dentist's water lines.
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Plus -- patient's spiritual beliefs are helping them recover from illness and remain healthy.
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A new study in the Journal of the American medical Association says despite the country's obsession with losing weight, Americans are more obese than ever.
The study found eating low fat food may actually be part of the problem.
Bobbi Harley has more.
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In a world of high tech modern medicine -- some are exploring their religious roots for a cure. Physicians, clergy, nurses, professors and students are getting together in Salem for a first of it's kind symposium on Faith, Health and Community Life.
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Today's events focus on how best to provide healthcare to children in many rural areas of Southwest Virginia. The Wythe Bland mobile health clinic which travels to all 15 schools in it's district was on display for participants to tour. The mobile clinic provides full immunizations and it equipped for complete physicals.
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The symposium continues all day tomorrow at Roanoke College and is free and open to anyone interested in attending.
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Yesterday on News 7 at 5, we told you about a problem with the equipment some dentists use. Water sits in the rubber tubing allowing bacteria to grow.
Today Julie Chen tells us just how much bacteria is there.
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((Vo (sound of dentist drilling) Its a sound that none of us like but something we have to live with....This is something we have to live with too..Bacteria...And its everywhere including the small tubes that supply water to your dentist equipment.
Margaret Johnston What people dont see is whats inside the tubing that- isnt getting wiped down, it isnt getting disinfected or sterilized in the majority of offices.
Vo Margaret Johnston is a practicing dentist who is fighting to cleanup dentistrys dirty little secret. In her research, she tested 150 dentists offices nationwide and found the water in over two thirds of those offices, unfit for human consumption, by military standards. That dirty water can create a serious health problems for high risk patients like seniors, asthma sufferers, and those with a weak immune system.
Margaret Johnston You dont need to have dead bodies in order to know that something is not hygenic and is hazardous.
Vo We found fifteen dentists in the New York area who agreed to anynomously have their dental water lines tested. We sent those samples to Dr. Bernard Moncla at the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Bernard Moncla All these black dots are fungi. And this little spidery looking guy, those are fungi as well. There were 72 percent that failed to meet the standard recommended by the American Dental Association.
Vo And thats exactly what Dr. Johnston found in her independent study. Some of the bacteria we found included streptococcus, which can cause strep throat and bacillus which is a common soil contaminant. Of the samples we sent in, the worst came back with over a million colonies of bacteria. The cleanest? A sample from a URINAL at CBS. It tested below a hundred and take into consideration, the American Dental Association says anything above 200 does not meet their "voluntary" standards.
Moncla: Public toilets get scrubbed and disinfected...in most you know, thats a public health issue//Dental lines, you just cant scrub them, theyre too small. They have to be replaced.
Dr. Chris Miller
There is some expense, no question about it. But thats not necessarily a - an important consideration when theres a potential risk involved.
Vo Dr. Chris Miller is a microbiologist...and a spokesperson for the ADA. For the last 4 years, the ADAs been working with dental-equipment manufacturers to come up with a solution by the year 2000. Already, some manufacturers have products on the market. Most involve initially disinfecting water lines, then, dentists have many different ways to keep their new lines clean. For example, using disposable filters... chemicals to treat the water...or, sterile water delivery systems.
Currently, there are no laws enforcing water quality in dental lines.
Dr. Chris Miller I dont think this needs to be legalized. The dental profession has a very good history of being pro-active in relation to patient safety. And they will continue to do so.
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They're already getting excited about the biggest Big East game of the year in Blacksburg and that's where we find Mike Stevens with today's Two Minute Sportsticker.
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A new museum exhibit is giving us a look at one of the biggest mysteries of the deep.
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The world's largest and best preserved specimen of a giant squid went on display today at the American Museum of Natural History today in New York City.
Little is known of the giant species. While it is the earth's largest living invertebrate, no one has actually seen one alive.
A fishing boat caught this squid in late 1997. It was flash frozen and flown to New York where it has undergone an extensive preservation process.
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