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Today on News 7 at 5, a new local elementary school could open this year after all. We'll have the latest.
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and a federal judge decides if Microsoft will have to break up.
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Heading into a stretch of farily quiet weather with the temperatures on the way up. Details in a few minutes.

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In Medical News, President Clinton wants to make it easier for senoir citizens to participate in the testing of new drugs,
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and we'll see what advances are being made in the treatment of cystic fibrosis.
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Just what will happen to Micrsoft?
A federal judge rules in the Microsoft case.

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It's a HARD ruling for MicroSOFT.
A judge orders the computer giant to split in two.
It was April that a judge ruled the company violated anti-trust laws.
Lee Cowan is in Washington with details on today's ruling that came just about a half hour ago.
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Politicians are doing some last minute wheeling and dealing in Botetourt County to open Greenfield Elementary School next year.
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Greenfield would cost 515-thousand dollars to open.
County supervisors say half will come from their budget.
Now they've found an extra 50 to 75 thousand dollars in a capital reserves fund -- even though last month they said no more money was available.
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((WITH THE KIND OF COMMUNICATION .. BEST FOR BOTH BODIES.))
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The school board might put up 26-thousand dollars which HAD been earmarked for classroom walls in other schools.
Members say they'll have to cut school bus purchases by one.
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((YES IT BOTHERS ME. WHEN YOU PLAN TO BUILD THIS SCHOOL YOU SHOULD HAVE PLANNED TO FUND IT. CAN YOU IMAGINE HOW WE LOOK TO THE REST OF THE STATE AND TO THE REST OF THE NATION? I UNDERSTAND IT WAS EVEN ON CNN WHEN WE COULDN'T VOTE TO OPEN THIS SCHOOL.))
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Both the school board and the supervisors hope to figure out a solution at a meeting tomorrow night.
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More details are coming out about a bizarre multiple murder case- involving the internet.
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Investigators are draining a pond on the property of a man suspected in the deaths of five women.
Police have already found two bodies on the man's property in Kansas- and three more bodies in a storage locker rented by the man across the border in Missouri-
Police say 56-year old John Robinson solicited for sex slaves over the internet using the name slavemaster.
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((MR ROBINSON WAS IN CONTACT WITH A LOT OF PEOPLE, A LOT OF PEOPLE. A LOT OF THESE PEOPLE WE HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS OF, A LOT OF THESE PEOPLE WE KNOW NAMES. WE DON'T KNOW IF THE NAMES WERE REAL OR NOT. WHAT YOU MIGHT EXPECT WHEN YOU'VE GOT A SITUATION WITH SOMEONE A LOT OF TIME IN CHAT ROOMS.))
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Robinson is also being investigated in the disappearance of a woman and her five month old daughter 15-years ago.
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A judge will decide if a local man will spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of his girlfriend. We'll have that after this break.
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And at least one consumers' group thinks A-T&T is dialing a wrong number as it asks for a rate increase just days after promising a price reduction.
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A Danville judge will now have to decide if a convicted murderer should spend the rest of his life in prison.
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After hours of testimony yesterday the judge found 23-year old Ray Matthew Grant guilty of first degree murder for killing his girlfriend in January.
The Commonwealth's attorney presented a taped confession from Grant admitting to stabbing Mary Johnson while he was high on cocaine.
A medical examiner said Johnson was stabbed 75 times.
The defense presented no witnesses or evidence.
Grant will be sentenced early next month.
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A passerby helped save Martinsville's central warehouse and garage from burning down last night.
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A driver saw the building in flames and called 911. Much of the city's industrial material supplies such as telephone poles, tires and electrical wires are stored in the building . Because of the quick response the items were saved and the fire only damaged a small area.
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((JERRY BROCK/MARTINSVILLE FIRE CHIEF: THE PICKUP TRUCK WAS A TOTAL LOSS AND A WORKBENCH AND TOOLS. BUT STILL THE ESTIMATED DAMAGE IS 250 THOUSAND DOLLARS THAT'S ON THE HIGH END.))
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Fire Chief Jerry Brock says the fire probably started from an electrical short. The building did not have fire alarms.
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The nation's largest long distance phone company wants you to pay more for your calls.
This just a week after A-T&T promised customers a rate reduction.
Bobbi Harley has the details.
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((IT WAS A CALL THAT RANG RIGHT INTO THE HEARTS OF CONSUMERS -- THE F-C-C AND A-T&T LAST WEEK ANNOUNCED PLANS TO PASS ON A THREE DOLLAR A MONTH SAVINGS TO PEOPLE WHO USE LITTLE OR NO LONG DISTANCE - WHAT THEY DIDNT REVEAL WAS THE WHOLE BILL OF GOODS.

SOT - MARK COOPER/CONSUMER FEDERATION OF AMERICA - 12:48:55 They

intended to replace every penny of revenue that they might have lost in last weeks decision with this new rate structure.
A CHANGE THAT COULD COST THE AVERAGE CONSUMER AS MUCH AS FORTY PERCENT, BUT A-T&T CLAIMS ITS ALL IN HOW YOUR ORDER YOUR LONG DISTANCE PLAN.

SOT - MARK SIEGEL/SPOKESMAN, AT&T - 13:45:40 - This is a fiercely

competitive category, we anticipate competition, we expect it, we think we have the most compelling offers in the market place and I think consumers will vote with their long distance minutes.
HERES HOW THOSE AT&T MINUTES ADD UP -- DAYTIME LONG DISTANCE DIALERS WILL SEE AN INCREASE OF A FEW CENTS - BUT SATURDAY AND NIGHT TIME CALLERS WILL GET HIT HARD.
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AT&TS CURRENT EVENING RATES RUN 16 CENTS A MINUTE. THE PROPOSED HIKE WILL JUMP TO A WHOPPING 29 CENTS. AND THAT WOULD BE THE PER MINUTE COST AROUND THE CLOCK - EXCEPT ON SUNDAYS, WHEN THE RATE DROPS TO SEVEN CENTS A MINUTE.
TO THE TYPICAL LONG DISTANCE CALLER

SOT - MARK COOPER/CONSUMER FEDERATION OF AMERICA - 12:50:57 They end up

with an increase in their bill of three dollars a month, not a decrease and thats the thing that has really set people off.
STANDUP - FOR HIGH VOLUME USERS - EXPERTS ADVISE TO SHOP AROUND FOR A PLAN THAT MAXIMIZES YOUR LONG DISTANCE HABITS WITHOUT MAXING OUT YOUR WALLET.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans says if you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, the answer is blowing in the wind.
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If you've ever been told to go fly a kite, we have both the place and the date for you.
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Patrick Evans has the world on a string out at Green Hill Park, where kite-fliers from all over the place will congregate this weekend.
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Coming up today in Sports, we'll have a preview of tonight's N-B-A finals,
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[VO] and on Health check, we'll tell you why the President says senior citizens are the answer to improving the quality of clinical drug testing.
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The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is planning to open an office in Roanoke.
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They've had so much support in this area with events like Great Strides to raise money for research that they need a headquarters here.
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The foundation will have an office here, but still no CF specialists have practices in the area.
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But there is somewhere patients can go for some of the best existing therapy.
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((BLOW IT OUT LILY, BLOW, BLOW, BLOW, BLOW, BLOW, BLOW, GOOD GIRL.))
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Six and a half year old Lily Hull is getting a check up at the Children's Specialty Clinic in Roanoke. University of Virginia pediatric pulmonologist Deborah Froh travels to the clinic once a month from Charlottesville bringing the latest Cystic Fibrosis treaments to about 40 patients. CF causes the body to produce thick mucus lining organs such as the lungs and pancreas which causes digestive problems.
The genetic disease can be controlled with nutrition and new medications.
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((JANA HULL/LILY'S MOTHER: SHE HAS TO TAKE A CAPSULE EVERYTIME SHE EATS AND IT'S NOT EVERY SIX HOURS OR EVERY THREE HOURS IT'S EVERY TIME SHE EATS.))
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((DR. DEBORAH FROH/CF CENTER DIRECTOR: WE NOW HAVE REALLY GOOD INHALED ANTIBIOTICS THAT ARE USED TO HELP MAINTAIN THE HEALTH OF OUR CF PATIENTS AND CONTROL THE LUNG INFECTIONS THAT ARE REALLY A MAJOR LONG TERM PROBLEM.))
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The defective CF gene was discovered in 1989 creating advancements in research.
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((JANA HULL/LILY'S MOTHER: THE YEAR THAT LILY WAS BORN WAS THE YEAR THAT THEY FOUND THE GENE SO YOU KNOW, THAT LET ME KNOW RIGHT THERE, THAT SOMETHING WONDERFUL WAS GOING TO HAPPEN.))
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((DR. DEBORAH FROH/CF CENTER DIRECTOR: FOR OUR PATIENTS WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS BEING DIAGNOSED NOW WE HAVE A REALLY POSITIVE OUTLOOK, WHERAS YEARS AGO, THE OUTLOOK WAS NOT SO GREAT, THINGS ARE REALLY DIFFERENT NOW.))
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[Take Pinnacle Page Full- GREAT STRIDES] The GREAT STRIDES walk benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Virginia. It will be held at Hollins University on Saturday morning June 10th at 10:00. [CHANGE Pinnacle Page Web Day Full] You can find out more about CFF and pre-register for the walk online through a link to our web site at wdbj7.com.
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President Clinton is making it easier for millions of elderly and disabled people to take part in clinical drug trials.
Clinton today announced changes that would expand Medicare coverage.
Now it will begin covering the costs of routine patient care associated with the clinical tests for new drugs and medical procedures.
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Currently only about one percent of senior citizens take part in drug tests, even though they are more severely affected by disease than younger people.
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((MORE THAN HALF OF OUR CANCER PATIENTS ARE OVER 65 BUT ONLY A THIRD OF THOSE ARE IN CLINICAL TRIALS. TODAY THOUSANDS OF IMPORTANT CLINICAL TRIALS DON'T HAVE ENOUGH PATIENTS BECAUSE SO FEW SENIORS TAKE PART.))
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Thirty nine million elderly and disabled Americans are covered by Medicare.

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A group of parents in Norway is upset their secondary school children were given a drug test.
They weren't given a test to see if they had taken drugs. This one was a final exam that gave students a basic recipe for the illegal party drug known as "G-H-B."
Teachers say they were hoping their chemistry assignment would interest the students and be real and relevant.' But the school's deputy principal now admits it went too far.
The test did carry a warning that ``G-H-B'' is an especially dangerous drug.


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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your two minute ticker which starts with a few diamond notes.
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The Salem Avalanche has won a season high six straight and looks to extend that feat tonight at 7:05 against Potomac.
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Alan Cockrell's managerial skills aren't his only talents. He was an All-American quarterback at Tennessee during his 1981-84 career there. Cockrell was somewhat surprised the Colorado Rockies selected Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Vick in the recent Major League Baseball Draft.
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((ALAN COCKRELL/SALEM AVALANCHE MANAGER:I THINK THEY JUST FIGURED THAT IF THEY COULD GET THIS KID INTO THE SYSTEM WITH HIS ATHLETIC ABILITY, ONE HIM HAVING A GREAT ARM AND TWO BEING ABLE TO RUN LIKE THE WIND AND A PRETTY BIG STRONG GUY TO, MAYBE HE COULD AND IF FOOTBALL DOESN'T WORK OUT, HE'LL HAVE THE FOOTBALL OPTION. WOULD YOU LIKE TO COACH HIM? YEAH THAT WOULD BE GREAT FOR US, FOR THE FANS, IT WOULD BE NICE.))
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The NBA finals tip off tonight at nine o'clock as the Los Angeles Lakers play host to the Indiana Pacers in game one of the best of seven series.
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While L.A. is heavily favored to win the title, don't tell coach Phil Jackson that. He knows his Lakers will have their work cut out for them, especially with sharp shooting Reggie Miller prowling the perimeter.
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Par fives can make or break a round of golf whether you're a pro or novice. But tonight Mike Stevens says later this summer a par 6 will be bringing linksters to their knees.
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Coming up at six, more from Chip Sullivan and the latest on John Rocker. More news 7 at five coming your way, have a great day everybody.

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If you have a sweet tooth, you will like this last story. The city of Chicago is the candy capitol of the world this week.
That's where the hottest and newest treats are being sampled at the Candy Expo.
Lauren Cohn gives us a taste.
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