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Today on News 7 at five, a man who served time in prison for killing his wife is cleared of assault charges.
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Also we'll see which cars did the best in the government's latest crash tests.
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A return to normal in the weather department as temperatures are on the rise. Forecast details coming up.

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Today on health check, state retirees will soon have to pay more for their prescription drugs,
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and injuries to dozens of children have lead one child seat manufacturer to pull its product off the shelves.
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[5-West]


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Dennis West was back in court in Roanoke today... a year and a half after his release from prison for killing his wife.
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West is now an assistant manager at Holiday Inn Express on Gainsboro Road.
A woman who worked there accused him of assaulting her.
West testified he fired Shona Reynolds, because she was undependable.
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((AND HE YELLED AT ME. HE SAID YOU'RE FIRED. WHEN HE DID THAT HE REACHED OVER AND GRABBED ME BY THE ARM.))
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It was April 22nd. As soon as she arrived for work that morning, Reynolds heard West was planning to fire her.
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((SHE STARTED GETTING MAD ABOUT IT. I GUESS IT HAD BUILT UP DURING THE DAY. SHE WAS PRETTY ANGRY AND EVERYTHING. SHE WAS SOMEWHAT AGGRESSIVE IN HER VOICE AND EVERYTHING.))
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Judge Jackie Talevi (tuh-LEH-vee) concluded there clearly was a confrontation between the two.
But she was troubled by the fact that it took Reynolds three days to swear out a warrant. She decided there was no criminal conduct involved and dismissed the charge against West.
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[5-Jackson]


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Prosecutors may call three jailhouse informants in the trial of a Roanoke man facing arson and murder charges.
Today, defense attornies went to court in search of more information on the inmates.
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Brian Eugene Jackson faces trial next week... on charges stemming from
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the Church Avenue rooming house fire that killed six people.
Prosecutors have indicated they may call inmates from the Roanoke City jail, who were incarcerated with Jackson.


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((DON CALDWELL: THIS IS A CASE THAT WAS NOT OBSERVED BY ANYONE, SO WE DON'T HAVE INDEPENDENT WITNESSES TO THE ACTUAL STARTING OF THE FIRE. SO OUR CASE IS BASED ON WHAT PEOPLE, THE PRINCIPALS HAVE SAID TO OTHER PEOPLE.))
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Prosecutors have agreed to provide more information, once it is clear the informants will testify. Jackson's trial is scheduled to begin on Monday.
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[5-Adoption-Law]


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It's a common occurance- an adopted child who wants to know who his birth parents are.
Now in one state- adoptive children will get their original birth certificates-
Lisa Hughes reports the law is a blessing or a burden- depending on who you are.
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((More than 2-thousand Oregon adoptees have filed requests for their birth records. Like Kristina Wisethey are hoping to learn about the parents who gave them up.
Kristina Wise/Adoptee I JUST BE AMAZED TO BE ABLE TO LOOK AT SOMEBODY WHO MIGHT LOOK LIKE ME.
Oregons new adoption records law gives anyone over 21 access to their original birth certificate.
WERE ALL EXCITED. Bobbi Endicott hopes to learn her late husbands parents names-and whether his health problems were hereditary. But for all the excitement about the law, theres also staunch opposition. Frank Hunsaker is the attorney for six birth mothers who spent two years fighting the law in court. Frank Hunsaker/Attorney OPENS UP WOUNDS. DISCLOSES INFORMATION THEY WERE TOLD WOULD NOT BE DISCLOSED WITHOUT THEIR CONTENT. But birth mothers who dont to be contacted can make that clear on this form that will go to the adoptee along with the birth certificate. A mother who doesnt want to be contacted still has to provide her health history. THESE ARE BETRAYALS. William Pierce founded the National Council for Adoption. Hes says the Oregon law breaks a promise of privacy made to women years agoand that its sponsors now want to open records elsewhere. William Pierce/National Council for Adoption YOU GO ON THEIR WEBSITES, YOU WILL FIND A FUNDRAISING THING CALLED, WHOSE NEXT. THEY ARE TARGETING OTHER STATES. Lisa Hughes/Washington BIRTH PARENTS WHO DONT WANT ADOPTION RECORDS OPENED MAY BE INCREASINGLY PESSIMISTIC ABOUT THEIR ODDS IN COURT. THREE YEARS AGO, SUPREME COURT JUSTICES REFUSED TO EVEN REVIEW TENNESSEES NEW ADOPTION LAW. AND TUESDAY, JUSTICE OCONNOR REJECTED A LAST-MINUTE EFFORT TO DELAY THE LAW IN OREGON. LISA HUGHES, CBS NEWS. WASHINGTON.))


[5-Vinton-Drowning]


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Vinton police are still trying to determine how a two year old girl wondered off and drowned in a swimming pool.
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Hailey Wilson was being care for by a baby-sitter when she drowned in "above ground" pool yesterday.
The two year old girl was being watched by Leni (Whitt-meyer) Whitmire who pulled the child out of the pool and performed C-P-R.
Under state law-- a child care provider must get a license to care for more than five children.
Police say Whitmire is NOT registered with the state and was keeping six children.
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((SGT. M. A. VAUGHT/VINTON POLICE: WE NEED TO LOOK AT THAT, HOW THE CHILD EXITED THE HOUSE AND THEN YET AGAIN, HOW SHE GOT THE GATE OPEN, IF SHE DID, IN FACT, GET THE GATE OPENED AND THEN UPON ENTERED THROUGH THE GATE, UP THE STEPS, TO THE DECK WHICH IS AROUND THE POOL AND ULTIMATELY INTO THE WATER.))
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Police say they won't decide if charges will be filed until they meet with the Commonwealth's attorney.
The medical examiner who performed an autopsy today on the two year old ruled the child's death an accidental drowning.
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[5-Freeman]


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A Danville judge will decide the fate of 25-year old Roger Donovan Freeman.
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He's the man on trial today for eight different charges including statutory rape, two counts of sodomy and child pornography. He pled not guilty on all charges.
Prosecutors entered about two dozen photographs of Freeman and two girls. Some of the photographs were nude pictures of the defendant.
Several police officers who issued the warrant testified today.
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((MR. FREEMAN WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THESE CHARGES DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SAY YOU HAVE MORE THAN A DOZEN PORNOGRAPHY RELATED CHARGES DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SAY. NO.))
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The trial is expected to finish today or tomorrow.
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Still to come on the newscast, the suspect accused of murdering his teacher in Florida may have had another target in mind. We'll have the details.
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also we'll see how some of the world's most expensive cars perform under pressure.
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[5-Fl-Shooting]


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The 13-year old who fatally shot a teacher Friday- may have intended to kill someone else.
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That's apparently according to one of Nathaniel Brazill's classmates.
Brazill is charged with shooting English Teacher Barry (Gra-no) Grunow, but a 13 year old girl reportedly told police that Brazill told her he was going to shoot another teacher.
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Police say the girl told them that Brazill said you just watch I'll be all over the news.
The boy surrendered to police near the LakeWorth Florida school shortly after the shooting Friday.
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[5-Car-Tests]


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It appears you get what you pay for-
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In crash tests done on Mid size luxury cars- all five cars did alright.
The BMW-328-I got the best pick as the top rated car for safety.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ranked the Volvo S-80 and Cadillac Catera as good.
The Audi A-6 and Saab 9 got acceptable ratings.
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((BRIAN O'NEILL/INSTITUTE PRESIDENT: EVEN THOUGH THIS WAS A RELATIVELY SMALL GROUP OF FIVE MID SIZE LUXURY CARS, IT'S VERY ENCOURAGEING WE HAD NO CARS RATING MARGINAL OR POOR. THEY WERE ALL EITHER GOOD OR ACCEPTABLE.))
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The cars tested were driven into a barrier at 40-miles an hour-
Then the cars were looked at to see how they held up in the crash and how the test dummies fared.
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[5-Goodyear]


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The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company is taking steps to create better workers.
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The company has announced a new partnership with Danville Community College and the city to develop a two year technical training program.
16 Goodyear employees are part of this pilot prgram. They've been in class for just one week.
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((CARLOTON CARTER/CO-OP TRAINING TECHNICIAN: I THINK I NEED TO DO WELL SO I CAN SHOW OLDER GUYS I CAN DO WELL.))
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((JOHN ORR/GOODYEAR: THIS GOES A LONG WAY IN HELPING GOODYEAR BECOME A GLOBAL COMPETITOR WE COMPETE IN AN ARENA THAT EXPANDS THE WHOLE WORLD.))
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Goodyear pays for tuition and the students' regular salary.
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[5-Student-Loan]


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Raging wildfires are eating up thousand of acres of land in New Mexico- much more than first thought. As Terisa Estacio reports, firefighters just can't get a handle on them.
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((Wildfires continued to burn in northern New Mexico, sending columns of white smoke spiraling into the sky, marking the miles long path of charred devastation.

sot up from news chopper: I'm literally stunned by what I'm seeing this

morning..
Television news crews took to the air to view the thousands of acres of ashen forest and watched as firefighters battled to save as much woodland as possible.

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Right now we can't get out in front of the fire, it's far too hazardous and too dangerous.

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The Pecos River Canyon is a popular destination for campers, hikers, and hunters. Cabin owners and vacationers evacuated.
The fire is burning towards the main waterhsed for Las Vegas, New Mexico, upping the urgency for control.

SOT: Tom Mott, U.S. Fire Service

We're hoping that we can get out in front of this and protect the drinking water supply for the city of Las Vegas.
Wildfires have scorched parts of Arizona, California, Colorado and Utah. Hot, dry weather has left huge sections of the western United States vulnerable. The cause of this latest New Mexico fire is under investigation. Terisa Estacio, CBS News, Houston,
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It may be Virginia's biggest conservation effort ever.
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Virginia's Secretary of Natural Resources announced that Monday is the startup day for a new 15 year, 91-million dollar program.
The program targets 25 thousand acres around the Chesapeake Bay, and 10 thousand acres along Southside and Southwest rivers.
Landowners will get financial aid to preserve the river edges in their natural state through 15 year contracts.
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((JOHN PAUL WOODLEY/SECRETARY OF NATURAL RESOURCES: THIS COMMITMENT IS ALL THE MORE IMPORTANT WHEN TAKEN IN THE CONTEXT OF THE NEW CHESAPEAKE BAY AGREEMENT, TO BE SIGNED IN THE LATTER PART OF JUNE, WHICH WILL INCLUDE THE GOAL TO PERMANENTLY PRESERVE FROM DEVELOPMENT 20 PERCENT OF THE LAND AREA IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHED BY THE YEAR 2010.))
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The state will also buy eight thousand acres outright, to permanently conserve them.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see how one business is targeting the growing family market in Botetourt county.
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The rapid growth of housing in Botetourt County has left a large gap in the retail market that is slowly closing.

Today Patrick Evans looks inside a new store that caters to the large population of young families in Botetourt.


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Today on Health Check, 99 thousand child seats are recalled. We'll have the details on what parents should do after this break,
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[VO] also we'll tell you why many state retirees will have to pay more for prescription drugs.
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[5-Prescriptions]


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The cost of medication is going up for state retirees in Virginia.
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The state is changing to a co-payment plan to on July 1st. For people with huge drug bills, the co-payment system is a break. But for the majority with moderate prescription costs, it means more money shelled out at the pharmacy counter. Officials say the new coverage plan is necessary because of major increases in the cost of prescription drugs.
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If your child uses a bouncer seat, you'll want to get a pencil.
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The U-S Consumer Product Safety Council says a company that makes the seats is pulling its product from the shelves.


Kids Two is recalling 99 thousand bouncer seats for repairs. The removable toy bar that attaches to the seat can release unexpectedly causing injuries to the baby.
Thirty one children have been injured, some withblack or scraped eyes, other with facial cuts.
Kids Two is offering a free in home repair kit.
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You cab get more information about the recall or the repair kits by calling toll free 1-877-325-7056.


[5-Morning-Sickness]


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A new study says morning sickness is Mother Nature's way of protecting mothers and their unborn babies. That's the word from two Cornell University evolutionary biologists who studied thousands of pregnancies.
The researchers say the nausea that accompanies most pregnancies serves a beneficial function. The scientists say morning sickness results in an aversion to potentially harmful foods such as meat, fish and eggs.
They say the aversion to certain foods is the body's way of preserving the mother's wellness at a time when she has reduced defenses against food-borne illnesses.



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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the midweek two minute sports ticker.
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We begin on the high school basepaths at Liberty University in Lynchburg the site of the Region 3 basketball tournament. This afternoon William Byrd battled Heritage in the semi-finals.
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The Pioneers, the champs of the Seminole looked to make a statement for their district this afternoon. But in the top of the first the Byrd bats would again start cranking as Nick Jones hits one all the way to the center field wall. He gets a double and sets the Terriers' offense in motion. A few batters later, Brent Adkins will drive home Jones from third with the sacrifice fly. The Terriers manufacture a run the old fashioned way and it's 1-to-nothing. In the top of the second, the Terriers will try to add to that lead as Andy Goodman slaps one into left field. Chris Trent will try to score from second, but he is gunned down at the plate by Thomas Giles to end the inning. In the top of the third, Trent would get back at the Pioneers as he hits one into right field for the single. That would set the table for Goodman, who hits another one into left field. Trent and another Byrd runner will make it home.
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The Terriers are able to win it 12-to-5. They advance to the state tournament next week and earn spot in this Friday afternoon's regional final.
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The top seeds continue to fall at the French Open. First, Pete Sampras was knocked out on the men's side
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and now the women's draw lost one of it's top players. Second seeded Lindsay Davenport could not overcome back problems and was upset by unseeded Dominique Van Roost of Belgium in three sets 6-7, 6-4 and 6-3.
Back to the men's side. Top Seeded Andre Agassi successfully opened defense of his French Open title by downing Anthony Dupuis (du-PWEE) of France in straight sets 7-5, 6-3 and 6-4.
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Coming tonight on News 7 at six, we'll chat with a rejuvenated Bill Elliott. Plus, have additional high school highlights from the Northwest regional softball tournament. All that and much more is on the way at the top of the hour. Jean will be right back in just a moment to wrap up News 7 at Five. [go to break]

[5-Web-Day]


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It time now for our website of the day. And as Patrick Evans tells us, looking at today's selection is like coming across an old picture of a dear departed friend, a friend that disappeared faster than a shooting star.
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When Lakeside Amusement Park closed for good on October 19th, 1986, local roller coaster lovers lost their best friend. Built in 1968, the Shooting Star was 97 feet high and 41-hundred feet long and it was fast and furious.
It's been a long time since the Valley has seen anything like it, but if you want to relive the experience, visit Roller Coaster World-dot-com. It's UPCLOSE section has several pictures of the Shooting Star taken in June of 1983.
They may not replace the rush of adrenaline from going down hill fast, but it's probably the closet thing you'll find.
So if you want a real blast from the past, visit our website of the day through a link to our website at WDBJ7-dot-com. I'm Patrick Evans.[Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]