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Today on News 7 at 5, another American school is the scene of gunfire. We'll have a live report.
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and in Roanoke, a man takes responsibility in court for a murder even though he says he didn't do it. [Weather-Head]
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Clouds will hang tough until tommorrow morning. Temperatures drop a bit on Tuesday as well. Full forecast details ahead.

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On Health Check, Tonya Flory will join us
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to see what role the medical community can fill in helping the victims of domestic violence.
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An all too common happening- Gunfire erupts yet again in a School- This time in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma.
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The shooting happened at the beginning of the school day in the small town of Fort Gibson- where everyone knows everyone else.
Four students were wounded- and now a 13 year old boy is in custody.
Lori Fullbright is at the middle school in Fort Gibson with the latest details.
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(( The shooting began just before the 7:45 morning bell at Fort Gibson Middle School. Officials say a seventh grader at the school opened fire on his fellow students. Some students thought the gunfire was firecrackers left over from a football celebration on Saturday. This student got to school just after the gunfire began.
Justine: there was a lot of crying . they were trying to figure out who had been shot and just trying to get it all together.
Parents rushed to the scene when they got word of the shootings Parent, no name I was terrified because my daughter goes to school here. I was trying to get here. Like I said my older son was murdered in Chakota and I was..it just all came back to me and I was just trying to get here as soon as I could to make sure she was ok. And then when you get here and she is ok it was a relief.
The feeling in Fort Gibson as in other communities struck by this sort of violence is it cant happen here. But violence is a strange to no one. This man knows the suspect. Don Coy, Father of Student He went on a ski trip with my daughter and wife etc.
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Closer to home, a man today took the blame today for killing his friend even though he says he did not do it.
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Timothy Martin and his cousin brutally beat 24-year-old Wesley Smith last year -- stole his car and clothes and headed for New York.
Martin's attorneys say he did not plan the crime and his cousin pushed him into it.
But prosecutors say Martin confessed to the crime to several people.
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((HE SAID I KILLED A PERSON BECAUSE HE HAD BEEN SNITCHED ON, THAT THAT PERSON HAD SNITCHED ON HIM.))
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Only days before the crime, Martin had been charged with eluding police when he led them on a chase in Smith's car.

Martin will be sentenced in January and could face up to two life sentences in prison.
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The man charged with bombing two Lowe's Home Improvement stores in North Carolina today pleaded guilty to those crimes.
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George Matos Rocha pleaded guilty to five counts in all.
He was charged with setting off bombs in Lowes stores in Salisbury and Asheboro, planting a third bomb at a Concord Store and attempting to extort a quarter of a milion dollars from Lowe's companies.
Five people were hurt in the bombings- one seriously.
Rocha will be sentenced in March.
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Still to come on the newscast, just who will get tickets to the Sugar Bowl? We'll take a look after this break.
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and NASA says it will not hold out hope much longer as it waits to hear from the Mars Polar Lander.
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NASA scientists are trying to hold on to a last glimmer of hope that they may still be able to salvage the Mars Polar Lander.
The probe supposedly landed on the red planet Friday, but it has yet to call home.
Manuel Gallegus reports from the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena where the mood is getting increasingly gloomy.
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((AFTER 3 DAYS OF WAITING FOR A SIGN OF LIFE FROM MARS, DISCOURAGED AND TIRED SCIENTISTS ARE BEGINNING TO ACCEPT THAT THE POLAR LANDER MAY BE LOST FOREVER.

(SOT, RICHARD COOK, MARS POLAR LANDER TEAM, "We're pretty much reaching

the point where we've used our final silver bullets.")
BASED ON THEIR LAST CONTACT, SCIENTISTS PRESUME THE LANDER IS SITTING ON THE MARTIAN SURFACE HERE, ON THIS AREA MAPPED BY THE MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR. BUT UNTIL THEY RECEIVE THAT FIRST SIGNAL, THEY REALLY DON'T KNOW IF THE CRAFT SURVIVED OR IF THERE WAS SOME KIND OF CATASTROPHIC FAILURE.

(SOT, BILL HARWOOD, CBS NEWS CONSULTANT, "The real problem for NASA

here, is without radio signal from Mars, they're never going to know what went wrong.'")
SCIENTISTS HAVE ALL BUT GIVEN UP ON THE MICROPROBES. THEY WERE SUPPOSED TO SLAM INTO THE MARTIAN SURFACE AND SIGNAL BACK ON THEIR OWN. IF THIS MISSION HAS FAILED, IT IS UNFORTUNATE FOR NASA. THE PLAN WAS REMARKABLE-- FOR THE FIRST TIME SETTING DOWN ON THE POLAR REGION OF ANOTHER PLANET AND SEARCHING FOR WATER, WHICH COULD HAVE SUPPORTED LIFE.

(SOT, RICHARD ZUREK, MARS POLAR LANDER TEAM, "This is really unexplored

terrain, and what we would have seen would have been very different than what we would have ween elsewhere on Mars.")

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Hokie fans hoping to buy Sugar bowl tickets through the university will find out soon if they're one of the lucky ones.
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Virginia Tech was allotted 16-thousand tickets.
Most were set aside for members of the Hokie Club, who pre-ordered.
But being a member of the club or a season ticket holder did NOT guarantee a ticket.
Because of high demand-- priority was given to Hokie Club members who've donated the most money to the university.
This morning-- letters were sent to those donors who were NOT selected.
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((SANDY SMITH/VT TICKET OFFICE: I THINK WE'VE DONE OUR BEST TO ACCOMMODATE ALL OF THE DIFFERENT ENTITIES ACROSS CAMPUS AND ALL OF OUR DIFFERENT FANS.))
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Of the 16- thousand tickets allotted to the school, approximately 32- hundred have been set aside for Tech students.
But with more than 14- thousand students signed up-- a lottery decided which students will be bowl bound.
They'll be notified tomorrow by e-mail.

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The first woman to serve in the Virginia General Assembly was elected in 1923.
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76 years later, only 15 women were elected to serve in the 100 member House of Delegates.
Eight women will serve in the 40 member state Senate.
Overall, that's a gain of just one in the latest elections.
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((DEL. VIOLA BASKERVILLE/D-RICHMOND: IT BOTHERS ME A LOT. NOT ONLY DO WE HAVE A HANDFUL. IF YOU LOOK AT VIRGINIA AMONG THE SOUTHERN STATES, VIRGINIA IS REALLY BELOW A LOT OF THE SOUTHERN STATES. PERCENTAGE-WISE IN THE HOUSE, WE'RE AT 15-PERCENT.))
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But there are those who argue that male lawmakers can adequately represent so-called "women's issues."
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((ROBIN DEJARNETTE/FAMILY FOUNDATION: THERE MAY BE SOME SPECIFIC ISSUES RELATING TO HEALTH CARE. I'VE WATCHED IN CONGRESS AND AT THE STATE LEVEL, MEN ADDRESS THOSE ISSUES VERY ADEQUATELY. I THINK WOMEN CAN ADDRESS THOSE ISSUES VERY ADEQUATELY. I DON'T THINK IT HAS TO BE EITHER-OR. I THINK THEY'RE BOTH VERY SENSITIVE TO ISSUES LIKE THAT.))
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Despite the gain of one overall, both chamber's lost a senior female lawmaker in the last election.
Among other things, that means a woman NO longer chairs the powerful House Corporations, Insurance, and Banking Committee.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans takes a look at a hot new play in the dinner theater version of Sorry, Wrong Chimney.
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If you're looking for a laugh this holiday season, there's a little comedy taking place at the Hotel Roanoke.

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The play is called "Sorry, Wrong Chimney", and Patrick Evans has the details on afun evening of dinner and theater all rolled into one.
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Coming up today in Sports, Tech's Michael Vick gets another major honor.
But first in Health check, domestic violence remains an increasing problem in Southwest Virginia.
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Roanoke doctors make a new effort to try and to reduce the odds of women staying in an abusive relationship.
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((DEBBIE DAVIDSON/FORENSIC NURSE EXAMINER: A VICTIM USUALLY WILL ATTEMPT TO LEAVE A BATTERED ENVIRONMENT FIVE TO SEVEN TIMES BEFORE THEY DO.))
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Today in Sports, Michael Vick receives a major honor. Here with that is Mike Stevens.[5-Domestic-Violence]


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Doctors and nurses are trying to stop an epidemic in Southwest Virginia. Domestic violence is becoming a health issue. Now a new screening program at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital brings little risk to patients, but offers some life-saving benefits.
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((A THREE YEAR OLD BOY DIED TODAY FOLLOWING A DOMESTIC DISPUTE.)) [RUNS:05]
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((KELVIN VAUGHN OF ROANOKE WOULD NOT LEAVE HIS EX-GIRLFRIENDS APARTMENT.)) [RUNS:03]
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((KICKED THE FRONT DOOR IN AND WENT IN AND SHOT THE TWO LADIES.)) [RUNS:03]
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((HE KIND OF PULLED HER IN AND DEADBOLTED THE DOOR.)) [RUNS:03]
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((THE FRANTIC CALL THAT HER FATHER HAD SHOT HER MOTHER.)) [RUNS:02]
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All too familiar scenes in Southwest Virginia...police called to end a domestic dispute, yellow tape around a home, abusers taken away in handcuffs and ambulances rushing victims to the hospital. But many times that ride is where the healing begins --
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A trip to the emergency room was the escape for Dottie Killinger.
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((DOTTIE KILLINGER/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVOR: I LEFT THE HOUSE IN THE BACK OF A RESCUE SQUAD, HE LEFT THE HOUSE IN A POLICE CAR.)) [RUNS:06]
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that was three years ago -- the night that ended the abuse.
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((DOTTIE KILLINGER/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVOR: I WAS IN THE RELATIONSHIP FOR FOUR YEARS. IT WAS NOT ABUSIVE AT THE BEGINNING, HE NEVER HURT ME. I DIDN'T THINK HE EVER WOULD, HE JUST SNAPPED ONE NIGHT.)) [RUNS:11]
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Later in the ER Killinger was given a way out -- access to the police and counselors in a protective setting. Forensic nurse examiners at Community take patients into a private exam room with hotline numbers and a phone. Debbie Davidson has been identifying cases of domestic violence, now more specifically referred to as intimate partner abuse, for ten years. She's working to establish a more universal screening process so everyone who enters the ER is questioned.
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((DEBBIE DAVIDSON/FORENSIC NURSE EXAMINER: IS SHE ROUTINELY COMING IN WITH HEADACHES OR DEPRESSION OR BACKACHES, THOSE ARE INDICATORS THAT SHE WE MIGHT ASK THE QUESTION AND WE MAY NOT BE ON TARGET, WITH THAT PERSON, BUT WE MIGHT WITH THE NEXT.)) [RUNS:13]
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((TONYA FLORY/REPORTING: 35-PERCENT OF WOMEN WHO ENTER HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOMS ARE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND FOR MANY THIS IS THEIR FIRST AND ONLY OPPORTUNITY TO TURN THINGS AROUND.)) [RUNS:10]
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((DEBBIE DAVIDSON/FORENSIC NURSE EXAMINER: REFERRALS ARE VERY IMPORTANT BECAUSE MANY OF THE VICTIMS DON'T KNOW WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE OUT THERE FOR HER AND OFFER THE OPPORTUNITY TO USE THE TELEPHONE TO CALL THE POLICE.)) [RUNS:13]
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A recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed only 10-percent of physicians routinely screened patients for partner abuse when not injured. That suggests doctors are missing opportunities to identify cases.
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((DR. EVELYN MANETTA/EMERGENCY PHYSICIAN: WE DO MISS SOME CASES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FOR A NUMBER OF REASONS. ONE IS BECAUSE WE HAVE TO START THINKING OF THOSE THINGS AS HAVING AN INDEX OF SUSPICION ABOUT ANY ENTITY.)) [RUNS:10]
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Another reason is frustration.
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((DR. EVELYN MANETTA/EMERGENCY PHYSICIAN: SAME WAY WE ARE ABOUT OKAY, QUIT SMOKING RIGHT NOW OR ELSE I'M GOING TO BE MAD AT YOU, OR ANGRY AT YOU BECAUSE YOU'RE HURTING YOURSELF AND THAT REALLY DOESN'T WORK EITHER WITH THE SMOKING NOR DOES IT WORK WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.)) [RUNS:12]
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Doctor Manetta says what does work is patience and listening. Dottie Killinger knows how important those things are when the self-confidence is gone.
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((DOTTIE KILLINGER/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVOR: IT IS EMBARRASSING AND IT IS INSULTING AND I DECIDED THAT AFTER MY INCIDENT AND AFTER GETTING INVOLVED WITH TAP, THAT IF THERE WAS ANYTHING I COULD DO TO HELP ONE PERSON NOT HAVE TO GO THROUGH THIS, THAT THAT WAS GODS PLAN FOR ME THAT'S WHY THIS HAPPENED, IF I CAN HELP ONE PERSON I WILL DO IT.)) [RUNS:25]
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Doctors admit they still don't have the scientific tools, questionnaires designed to help them screen their patients, especially in the ER, but they're working on it.
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The doctors and nurses are gathering data for a study to see what percentage of patients in Southwest Virginia are victims of domestic violence. Armed with that information, they can create a better method for screening.

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Good afternoon folks and welcome to another sports ticker that contains yet another amazing chapter in Virginia Tech's ride to the Sugar Bowl.
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Late this afternoon, the Downtown Club of New York announced that Hokie freshman quarterback Michael Vick is one of the five finalists for the Heisman trophy.
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Vick will be joined in New York Saturday by running back Ron Dayne and three other quarterbacks - Joe Hamilton, Drew Breas, and Chad Pennington




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While Vick is heading to New York City, Virginia's Thomas Jones was left off the Heisman invitation list
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despite finishing third in the nation is rushing. Jones averaged 163.45 yards a game and averaged 5.38 yards a carry and racked up one thousand, 798 yards on his way to breaking the ACC single season record. He lead the nation this season with four-200 yard rushing games.
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The Roanoke Express does not play again until this weekend. The team will play three games in three nights for the fourth time this season and all of the contests are road games with Huntington, Richmond and Trenton.
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The Express had a chance to pull into a tie for first place in the Northeast Division over the weekend but came up short of that goal. Roanoke fell to Johnstown 2-1 yesterday at the Round House. While some might say it is unfortunate that the Express plays in one of, if not the toughest division in the ECHL with Richmond and Hampton Roads, the players welcome the situation.
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((DANIEL BERTHIAUME/ECHL'S FIFTH LEADING GOALTENDER:))
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Coming up at six, we'll show you a t-shirt hyping the the Heisman and the Sugar Bowl that is unlike anything you have ever seen. Take care folks and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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James Bond may be able to conquer the world with a few gadgets, but he can't do anything with the toys at the box office.
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Toy Story Two dominated the box office for the second weekend in a row. The computer animated movie brought in another 28 MILLION dollars.
The latest Bond movie, "The World is Not Enough" came in second with 10 and a half million.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger's "End of Days" was third and Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow" rounded out the top four with nine million dollars in receipts.
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