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Today on News 7, the trial begins for the man accused of killing nine people over two years,
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and authorities believe they have arrested the person responsible for last week's worldwide computer virus attack.
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[Weather-Head]
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A cooling shower keeps temperatures down a bit in Roanoke. The forecast continues to be plenty warm. Details ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In Medical news, we'll hear from the director of the Lewis Gale Clinic as it tries to shift its attention back to its patients,
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and in our website of the day, we'll tell you where you can generate a little Steam powered excitement.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]



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Is this the man responsible for creating the Worldwide Love Bug Computer Virus?
Today police search the man's home in the Phillipines and lead him away in handcuffs.
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It was the virus that attacked computers across the world last week- shutting down programs, deleting files and wrecking havoc across the globe.
Now International investigators have arrested a 27-year old man in the Philipines- and another arrest may be on the way.
Lee Cowan has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-Manila, Philippines;]
[SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/CBS News;]
[SUPER=01-Ramone Garcia/FBI;]
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(( It's a poor Manila neighborhood where most don't even have ACCESS to a computer. Yet authorities believe THIS is where the world's most devastating cyber-virus may have been born.

Early this morning -- about two dozen plainclothes police officers raided the 2-bedroom flat -- and as fortune would have it -- one of the suspects walked right into their hands.

The 27 year old bank worker seemed confused -- and more than axious to hold onto his cell phone while being arrested.

He was trying to call his 23 year old girlfriend -- identified as Irene de Guzman-- the woman authorites say is the REAL "Love Bug" author. She has promised to turn herself in. But her neighbors say the couple is innocent.

(SOT/NEIGHBOR)

"I don't think they have the capacity to be involved in this kind of thing."

(COWAN ON CAM:14:52:25)


"And some law enforcement authorites are questioning the same thing. Their three hour search turned up everything from phone lines to computer magazines, but no computer itself."

(NARR:)


That hard drive could reveal whether the "LoveBug" virus is really theirs. It circuled the globe last week, crippling some 45 million computers in at least 20 countries --causing as much as 10 billion dollars in damage -- the worst ever.

But the investigation was stalled over the weekend while police waited for a search warrant from a Phillipine judge -- frustrating US authorites who now fear evidence may have been destroyed.

(SOT/RAMONE GARCIA, FBI 13:04:33)

"We're working very closely with authorities in the Phillipines regarding this matter, but it is an ongoing matter and not at libery to comment beyond that."
NARR:
So far, this couple is as close to a smoking gun as they've found. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Washington."))

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A man suspected of nine killings Nationwide- faced a judge and jury today.
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He is known as the so-called Railroad killer-
Today the first trial began for (An-hell) Angel Resendez in Houston.
The attorney for Resendiz is not denying that his client is responsible for nine murders in three states-
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((THE DEFENDANT HAS NO REMORSE FOR ANY OF THESE CRIMES. THE DEFENDANT IN HIS MIND THINKS THESE PEOPLE WERE EVIL AND DESERVED TO DIE.))
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Tanner entered an innocent plea by reason of insanity-
The Mexican drifter is on trial for the rape and slaying of Houston doctor Claudia Benton.
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((AT THE CLOSE WE'RE GONNA ASK WHAT MUST BE DONE, THAT IS CONVICT THIS MAN OF ONE OF THE MOST HORRIBLE EVENTS YOU WILL EVER HAVE THE MISFORTUNE OF LISTENING TO.))
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If convicted Resendez could be sentenced to death.
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The little boy found in a Roanoke County swimming pool accidentally drowned.
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An autopsy was performed today on eight year old Calvin Thomas Murray.
The boy was on a weekend religious retreat with family members at the Church of God State Offices complex.
He had been missing for a couple of hours on Saturday when he was discovered in the swimming pool there.
Investigators say they still don't know how the child managed to get into the pool area.
The pool is surrounded by a fence and church officials say the gate is locked.
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Students in Henry County returned to school today after losing one of their classmates over the weekend.
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Authorities say 13-year old Brandon Lee Moore died when his best friend accidentally shot him. Investigators say the teenagers were playing with a gun and did not think it was loaded.
Flags were at half staff at Carver Middle School in Henry County. Counselors helped students grieve.
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((SUSAN WAGONER/COUNSELOR: WITH THESE KIDS A LOT OF THEM IT'S THEIR FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH DEATH. THEY DO HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS...WHY SOMEONE SO YOUNG?))
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((CASEY PEGRAM/VICTIM'S FRIEND: IT'S LIKE WHY DID THEY HAVE TO MESS WITH IT. THEY KNEW SOMETHING WAS PROBABLY GOING TO HAPPEN...CAUSE THEY WERE BEST FRIENDS. IT'S GOING TO BE REAL HARD ON THE BOY WHO SHOT HIM.))
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The Sheriff's Department has not charged the boy for the shooting. Funeral services for Moore have been set for Wednesday at two at Collins Funeral Services in Bassett. The viewing is tomorrow night.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, a company develops a washing machine for pets,
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and the jackpot for Tuesday night's Big Game lottery is growing yet again.
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It's the biggest jackpot in history.
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The Big Game has hit 325-million dollars for tomorrow night's drawing.
Virginia and three other states created the game to compete with Powerball.
Now, seven states take part.
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((VIRGINIA LOTTERY DIRECTOR: IT HAS TAKEN AWHILE. IT TOOK LONGER THAN I THOUGHT. AS YOU KNOW WE INTRODUCED THIS GAME TO VIRGINIANS LATE IN AUGUST, IN 1996. AND I THINK IT'S ONLY WITH THIS PARTICULAR JACKPOT THAT AMERICANS, ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY, ARE RECOGNIZING THAT THERE IS MORE THAN ONE MULTI-STATE GAME.))
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Today, lottery officials were training workers to go help retailers along the North Carolina border-- where lines are expected to be long tomorrow.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A young Cuban is in the news tonight. But this time it's not Elian Gonzalez.
He's a visiting Cuban baseball player who disappeared minutes after his plane touched down.
Drew Levinson has more on what is turning into an international incident.
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The last time Mario Chaouis teammates saw him was Saturday. Thats Chaoui chomping his gum as the Cuban College team arrived at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport.
(SOT) ( Ron Reilly :Note: too fast to font) (see next sot)


HE HAD A VERY TENSE URGENT LOOK ON HIS FACE.

(courtesy University of St. Thomas)


Chaoui is seen here playing in Cuba last January against the University of St. Thomas.. He and his Caribbean teammates came to the United
States for another set of games this week with the Minnesota School.


But instead of trying to steal home on the field, he may have walked away from his homeland.
A St. Thomas Videographer says Chaoui was met by a Latin man outside the terminal.

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THEY WERE MOVING URGENT, URGENTLY, I MEAN IT WAS OPEN THE DOOR, JUMP IN, GO. THERE WAS OBVIOUSLY SOME WAITING IN THE DRIVERS SEAT AND THEY TOOK OFF.
As the team practiced Tuesday morning at the Metrodome, Chaouis teammates insisted it would not affect their play against St. Thomas.
But earlier some admitted they were angry.

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OUR FIRST REACTION WAS RAGE.

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HE WAS A BAD PERSON.
FEEL LIKE HE WAS A TRAITOR?
YES OF COURSE.

Chaoui was considered the most flamboyant member of the team. He had become friends with many of the St. Thomas players, even e-mailing them, but the Americans say they had no idea he had plans to defect.
St. Thomas officials say the INS had warned the school this could happen. They just hope hes safe.

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I AM JUST HOPING THAT THE YOUNG MAN WILL CHECK IN WITH US.
Legally Chaouis on a 30 day visa so hes not breaking any laws, right now hes only breaking the teams rules, by being absent without permission.
Drew Levinson, CBS News, Detroit.)

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up next on the Newscast, Kate Weidaw and Don Manke will have some healthy ways you can eat to beat the heat.
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The warm weather is here and that means picnics and cook outs. Dessert is likely to be on the menu and if you're trying to keep the fat count down the Lewis Gale Clinic has some cooking tips for you.
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Kate Weidaw is here with Lewis Gale's Don Mankie to show us how low fat food can taste just as good as the real thing.


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Today on health check, we'll see what the future might hold for the Lewis Gale Clinic,
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and we'll meet the area's only brain surgeon who specializes in children.
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Lewis-Gale Clinic is once again calling itself a hometown clinic owned that's managed locally.
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Executive Director Jon Ness says now that the clinic is independent of PhyCor management -- they can focus less on growth and more on patient care. The clinic still owns many satellite offices across the region.
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((JON NESS/L.G. CLINIC EXECUTIVE DIR: SOME OF THE DEPARTING PHYSICIANS HAVE OCCUPIED SEVERAL OF THE SATELLITES AND WE'VE ENTERED INTO A YEAR LONG LEASE SO THAT THEY'RE ABLE TO DO THAT AND WE HAVE BEEN TRACKING PATIENTS CONCERNS AND QUESTIONS EVER SINCE THIS STARTED AND THE NUMBER OF PATIENT REQUESTS FOR CLARIFICATION, INFORMATION, THE NUMBER OF CONCERNS HAS DROPPED SUBSTANTIALLY.))
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The clinic's board of directors started intense negotiation in early February to break free from PhyCor. Ness says the talks were complicated and compared them to buying a home and multiplying the deal 100 times.
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More and more doctors are moving to Roanoke specifically to treat children. Tonya Flory introduces us to one specialist who happens to be the area's only pediatric endoscopic neurosurgeon.
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((THIS IS THE NEUROSURGICAL SALUTE. BOTH HANDS STRAIGHT OUT FOR ME, SPREAD YOUR FINGERS REAL WIDE, BIG SMILE, BIG SMILE.)) [RUNS:09]
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Doctor Laurence Kleiner's patient is smiling through the pain. Blake Brubaker suffers from constant headaches.
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((BLAKE BRUBAKER/PATIENT: IT FELT LIKE A VICE ON MY HEAD. AND YOU WERE IN PAIN ALL THE TIME. MMHMM.)) [RUNS:08]
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((JOYCE BRUBAKER/BLAKE'S MOTHER: THIS HAS BEEN A CHRONIC CONDITION ALL OF HIS LIFE THAT HE'S ALWAYS HAD HEADACHES AND MOTOR SKILLS PROBLEMS AND THEN THE HEADACHES HAVE REALLY BEEN BAD FOR THE LAST TWO OR THREE YEARS.)) [RUNS:13]
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((DR. LAURENCE KLEINER/PEDIATRIC NEUROSURGEON: BLAKE WAS BORN WITH A CONGENITAL ARACHNOID CYST. THE ARACHNOID, IS LIKE ONE TENTH THE THICKNESS OF SARAN WRAP AND THAT HOLD IN YOUR SPINAL FLUID, SO YOU HAVE BRAIN, SPINAL FLUID AND ARACHNIOD.)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=and the arachnoid.]

Blake's arachnoid folded back on itself and formed a cyst filled with spinal fluid.
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[IN Q=We went in]

((DR. LAURENCE KLEINER/PEDIATRIC NEUROSURGEON: WE WENT IN THROUGH A BURROW ON THE RIGHT FRONTAL REGION AND WENT IN AND FENESTRATED THAT CYST OR CUT A HOLE, A WINDOW IN THE CYST.)) [RUNS:09]
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Doctor Kleiner operated through a small hole using a television screen to guide him.
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((JOYCE BRUBAKER/BLAKE'S MOTHER: WE'RE GLAD THE SURGERY IS SO RELATIVELY EASY NOW, JUST HAD THE SMALL INCISION.)) [RUNS:08]
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now the spinal fluid in Blake's brain flows out through the normal pathways. His pressure is normal so he's ready to go home -- headache free.
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((JOYCE BRUBAKER/BLAKE'S MOTHER: IT'LL BE NICE THAT HE'S NOT SICK ALL THE TIME, HE'LL BE ABLE TO GET ON AND GRADUATE THIS YEAR FROM HIGH SCHOOL.)) [RUNS:09]
[OUT Q=high school.]

Doctor Kleiner says many brain surgeons shy away pediatrics, but he prefers helping younger patients because they want to get better which makes his job easier. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check. ))

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It's time now for our website of the Day. And as Patrick Evans tells us, this one can help you blow off a little Steam at the Civic Center.
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((Arena football has finally arrived in the Roanoke Valley. And with the kind of excitement they generated at the Roanoke Civic Center Saturday night, we can only expect the team to pick up Steam.
While the game is essentially the same as the out door version, there are some big differences.
So to learn more about Arena football, check out the Roanoke Steam's on-line home.
After you have the rules down, you can read all about the team and coaching staff.
There is even a section devoted to the Steam's dance team, the Dancin' Divas.
Fans can get the big picture on the whole league through a link to the Arena-2's page.
So don't drop back and punt....afterall that's not allowed in Arena Football, head over to our website of the day.
You can find it through a link on our webpage at WDBJ7-dot-com. I'm Patrick Evans.))

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We're going to start the Monday ticker off on the hardwood.
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Philadelphia's Allen Iverson will be on the court tonight when the 76ers try to even up their series with Indiana.


Iverson says he was notified he won't be suspended for accidentally bumping a ref while arguing over a "non-call."

The Pacers won game one of the Eastern Conference Semifinal easily, 108 to 91 on Saturday.
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Indiana hosts game two tonight at eight.


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Some of Friday Football Extra's top performers from last season were in the spotlight last night in Lexington as the Central Virginia chapter of the National Football Foundation and college hall of fame held its fourth annual banquet at the Virginia horse center.
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[SUPER=03-Lexington; :00]

35 scholar athletes from Culpeper, to Blacksburg to Lynchburg were honored for their accomplishments on the field, and in the classroom. The top winner was Amherst County's Trae Toliver who picked up a $1000 dollar scholarship. Brookville's Ben Martin also took home a $500 dollar award. All 35 players also have outstanding credentials in their respective communities.
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[SUPER=01-Michael Burant/Rockbridge Co. Scholar Athlete; :19]
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Speaking of great guys - former Tech star Shane Beamer was on hand last night to help hand out the awards to the 35 winners.
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Coming up tonight at six Roy Stanley introduces us to a local cyclists who's peddling his way to the Olympics.
News 7 at Five will be right back.

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A set of identical twins will receive a set of identical degrees this weekend when they graduate from Virginia Tech.
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Greg and Grant Vogl (Vogel) are 21-year-old Engineering Science and Mechanics majors.
For the last four years, they've roomed together, studied together and even earned the same four-point-Oh grade point averages.
But the twins say they try not to be in synch.
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[SOT 20:00]
[IN Q=That's something]

((GRANT VOGL: THAT'S SOMETHING THAT WE STRIVE FOR TRYING TO BE AS SEPARATE AS WE CAN. TRYING TO THINK ON OUR OWN. GREG VOGL: EVEN THOUGH WE HAVE THE SAME CLASSES ... BOTH: AND LIVE TOGETHER. (LAUGH.) EAT TOGETHER. IT'S SOMETIMES DIFFICULT TO DO BUT WE TRY TO MAINTAIN IT AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.))
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[OUT Q=much as possible.]
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The twins will return together to Virginia Tech in the fall to get their master's degrees.
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Finally today, a company in Spain has just the thing for people who hate to wash their dog,
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[SUPER=03-Silleda, Spain]

A special washing machine is now available to pet owners. An automatic dog and cat washing machine was unveiled recently at an annual trade fair in Silleda. Cats or Dogs are placed inside a box like device and are sprayed with jets of water and soap. During the process, a light inside the cabin allows owners to watch their pet through a large window.
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The method only cleans the animal's fur, not his skin, reducing chances of skin problems.
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