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Next on News 7 at 5, Elian Gonzalez is finally in the air on his way home to Cuba,
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Today on health check, a local writer comes up with a cookbook for people with dental problems, and
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The final chapter in the Elian Gonzalez story-
After seven months in the United States- Elian is on a plane in the air- heading back to Cuba.
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The Surpeme Court today refused to intervene in Elian's case- upholding a lower court ruling and clearing the way for Elian to go home. He should be in Cuba in about two and half hours.
Lee Cowan is covering the story and joins us now with the latest.
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((Seven months of heated words and HIGH emotions ended at the HIGHEST court in the land.
The US Supreme Court -- the only legal authortity that could have kept Elian Gonzales in the country -- finally let him go.
A father's wish granted -- and a legal process complete.

Elian's Miami relatives had hoped the Justices would re consider a lower court's ruling and agree to hear their arguments one more time.

But it simply refused. PAUL VIRTUE, FORMER INS LEGAL COUNSEL: "The basis for that is that they believe that the panel got the judgement right."
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Elian was too young to seek political asylum -- and that only his father could speak for the 6 year old.
But today it was a father's ACTIONS that spoke louder than his WORDS -- voluntarily leaving a new world behind in favor of a familiar home.
So much has changed. Elian left Cuba, a 5 YEAR OLD accompanied by his mother on a perilous journey to a new life.
He will arrive home a 6 YEAR OLD - having briefly lived that new life -- in the glare of the public spotlight -- becoming both a hero, and a symbol to the Cuban American comunity.
Despite the goverenment's promises that attention will disperse once Elian returns -- the publicity is too much for Cuban President Fidel Castro to turn down.
He is expected to be the first to greet the plane on the ground in Havana -- a picture of victory as political as it is emotional. "In the end, this has cost the US Justice Department more than two million dollars and the final tallies aren't even in.))

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An accident in Pittsylvania County sent at least four people to the hospital.
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It happened on bypass 29-south toward Greensboro.
A charter bus and a pickup truck collided around two this afternoon.
Traffic was blocked in both directions for about an hour.
There is no word on the victims' conditions.
Only two people were on the bus- they're doing fine.
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The last day of the Supreme Court yielded some major decisions-
The high court today upheld Roe Versus Wade- overturning a Nebraska law that made late term abortion illegal.
Opponents called the procedure partial birth abortion- and wanted it outlawed.


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The man who helped write Virginia's partial birth abortion law says today's Supreme Court decision likely means that measure will be shot down here as well.
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Lynchburg state senator Steve Newman says he was saddened to hear the high court overturned a Nebraska law that closely mirrored Virginia's statute banning the procedure.
Newman says he may try to introduce new, more specific legislation in the General Assembly next year.
In the meantime, he hopes the Republicans capture the White House in November and appoint more conservative judges to the Supreme Court.
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((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R- LYNCHBURG: MY DECISION ON WHETHER OR NOT I WILL GO FORWARD WITH A D-N-X PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION BILL WILL BE DETERMINED PARTIALLY BY THE FACT THAT WHETHER OR NOT WE HAVE A PRESIDENT WHO'S DEDICATED TO OUTLAWING INFANTICIDE AND MAKING SURE THAT WE DO NOT ALLOW PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTIONS TO CONTINUE.))
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Abortion rights activists say they will file papers tomorrow asking a federal appeals court to throw out Virginia's law.
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Also today the Supreme Court issued a long awaited ruling on Gays and theBoy Scouts. Cathy Moss has details.


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to see myself mentally strong, morally straight
Track 1: The Boy Scouts of America can set their own rules about who can lead their troops and that DOESNT include homosexuals - says the U.S. Supreme Court. Call that a defeat for James Dale - the former scout leader at the center of this controversial case.
Sot: James Dale/Former Assistant Scoutmaster
Track 2. Dale was an assistant scoutmaster of a New Jersey troop while in college ..and was ousted after the scouts learned he was gay. He sued in New Jersey arguing the Scouts were violating the States anti-discrimination Law and initially won -- but the Boy Scouts then appealed to the U-S Supreme Court.

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Now on this last day of the Supreme Court Session in a 5 to 4 vote - Chief Justice William Rehnquist wrote - The Boy Scouts asserts that homosexual conduct is inconsistent with the values it seeks to instill adding , the inclusion of gay leaders would interfere with the organization's rights.
Its a first amendment issue - not anti-gay -- even though the scouts believe being gay is immoral says scouts lawyer george Davidson..
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Narr: Todays ruling specifically bars homosexual troop leaders - but doesnt pinpoint homosexual boys from membership.
So for now - the scouts - some 5 million members strong - can set their OWN moral code ...with the allegience of the U.S. Supreme Court. Cathy Moss/CBS News. ))
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A Roanoke man will spend 10 years in prison for murdering his friend. We'll have that story after this break,
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and in San Antonio, Texas, a man holds a church official hostage with a hand grenade.
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A Roanoke man who killed a friend during a drunken confrontation last November has been sentenced to ten years in prison.
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Francis Johnson fought with Donald Harris after a night of drinking, and card- playing.
Johnson had claimed he stabbed Harris in self-defense, and didn't mean to kill him.
Today in Roanoke Circuit Court he entered a plea of no contest, and apologized to the victim's family.
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((JAY FINCH/JOHNSON'S ATTORNEY: THE MEN WERE FRIENDS, BUT THE FACT IS ONE OF THEM ENDED UP DEAD. AND I BELIEVE FROM MR. JOHNSON'S STANDPOINT, HE COULD HAVE BEEN THE MAN THAT WAS THE DEAD MAN TODAY IF HE HADN'T DONE WHAT HE DID.)) ((TOM BOWERS/PROSECUTOR: THIS IS AN UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT, WHERE FRIENDS UNFORTUNATELY DRANK TOO MUCH ALCOHOL AND LET ALCOHOL GET THE BEST OF THEIR JUDGEMENT. AS A RESULT ONE MAN IS DEAD AND ONE MAN'S GOING TO THE PENITENTIARY FOR 10 YEARS.))
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A 70 year old Archbiship is being held hostage in Texas-
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A man claiming to have a hand grenade walked into the building earlier today. He is holding Archbishop Patrick Flores at the Catholic Archdiosese in San Antonio.
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((WE KIND OF ALL WALKED INTO THE CHANCERY AT THE SAME TIME. ALTHOUGH I WASN'T LISTENING.. IT WAS OBVIOUS THE PERSON WAS BEING PERSISTENT AND ASKIGN THE ARCHBISHIP TO HELP HIM WITH WHAT PROBLEMS HE HAD WITH HIS PASSPORT.))
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The supsect apparently claims he was mistreated by the U-S government.
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to see myself mentally strong, morally straight
Track 1: The Boy Scouts of America can set their own rules about who can lead their troops and that DOESNT include homosexuals - says the U.S. Supreme Court. Call that a defeat for James Dale - the former scout leader at the center of this controversial case.
Sot: James Dale/Former Assistant Scoutmaster
Track 2. Dale was an assistant scoutmaster of a New Jersey troop while in college ..and was ousted after the scouts learned he was gay. He sued in New Jersey arguing the Scouts were violating the States anti-discrimination Law and initially won -- but the Boy Scouts then appealed to the U-S Supreme Court.

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Now on this last day of the Supreme Court Session in a 5 to 4 vote - Chief Justice William Rehnquist wrote - The Boy Scouts asserts that homosexual conduct is inconsistent with the values it seeks to instill adding , the inclusion of gay leaders would interfere with the organization's rights.
Its a first amendment issue - not anti-gay -- even though the scouts believe being gay is immoral says scouts lawyer george Davidson..
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Narr: Todays ruling specifically bars homosexual troop leaders - but doesnt pinpoint homosexual boys from membership.
So for now - the scouts - some 5 million members strong - can set their OWN moral code ...with the allegience of the U.S. Supreme Court. Cathy Moss/CBS News. ))


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Coming up today in Sports, the N-B-A prepares for tonight's draft,
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also we'll tell you why officials want to make sure you know our state fair is a great state fair.
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New York City had hope a herd of fiberglass and concrete cows would help attract tourists. Unfortuantely the displays are also attracting vandals. Sukanya Krishnan has the story.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll see how technology is helping families keep track of Alzheimers patients,
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A new cookbook is making it possible for people with dental problems to still indulge in fine foods.
It's called Gourmet Meals That will Melt in Your Mouth.
And its written by a Franklin County author.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more on this cookbook that features a variety of cuisine.
Jean,
This cookbook has everything from American, German,Thai, Mexican, and even Greek food.
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The author says he wrote it for the thousands of people like himself who have lost their natural teeth because of cancer or aging.
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John Philpott is cooking one the specialties featured in his cookbook -- crab louise.
Philpott says he refused to give up fine foods after losing his teeth because of the radiation therapy he was undergoing for esophagus cancer.
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((JOHN PHILPOTT/AUTHOR:I COULD NOT VISUALIZE MYSELF HAVING BABY FOOD FOR THREE MEALS A DAY. AND SO I TOOK A BUNCH OF RECIPES I HAD ALREADY COMPILED AND TOOK OUT THE ONES THAT COULD BE HANDLES WITH DENTURES AND TOOK IT FROM THERE))
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His cookbook includes more than 150 recipes -- from appetizers to meat dishes and desserts.
Philpott says roughly 35 percent of people over 50 are dealing with tooth loss -- and his cookbook will give them delicious reasons to smile.
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And Philpott says his recipes are not only easy to chew but tantalizing to the taste buds.
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The cookbook is called "Gourmet Meals That Will Melt in Your Mouth."
And it's available in most bookstores.
The author will have a book signing coming on July 8th at Books-A-Million in Roanoke.
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A new device for Alzheimer's patients being used in Pittsylvania County could help save lives.
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It's called Project Lifesaver.
It includes transmitters that would be placed on the arm or ankle of a potential risk victim.
The device emits a radio signal that an officer can identify if that person is missing.
The signal can be traced upto 20 miles away from a helicopter or about one mile from the ground.
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((HAROLD PLASTER/PITTSYLVANIA CO. SHERIFF: LAW ENFORCEMENT IS ABOUT PROVIDING THE BEST SERVICE YOU CAN GET AND THAT MEANS USING STATE OF THE ARE EQUIPMENT. THIS ALLOWS THE FAMILY TO HAVE A PIECE OF MIND WHEN WE CAN COME OUT AND LOCATE THEM.))
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Pittsylvania County is the first county in the State of Virginia to use the transmitters.
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Goof afternoon everybody and wlecome to the midweek ticker, that this week's coincides with teh annual NBA draft.

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Tonight the league will hold its two round selection process and a couple of things are certain - we're sure to hear the names of players we have never heard of before, and more than a few high school players have a chance of being selected.
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George Lynch's 76ers have the 20th pick in the first round and the 48th overall pick in the second. And George says there is still talk that Allen Iverson also could be traded tonight.
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Some of the kids in the New River Valley are spending a week at a basketball camp in Christiansburg.
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It's Doug Day's annual basketball camp. More than 120 kids are taking part this year.
And this morning they received some valuable information from former Tech Coach Bobby Hussey, who spends most of his time now evualating high school players at various Nike camps across the country.
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It's Day's seventh year conducting the camp and his main objective is to teach basketball skills and keep the game fun.
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((DOUG DAY/CAMP DIRECTOR: GOING INTO THE CAMP I TELL THE KIDS THAT WE HAVE JUST A FEW GOALS FOR EM. GOAL NUMBER ONE IS TO HAVE A GREAT TIME GOAL NUMER 2 LEARN SOMETHING MAKE YOURSELF A BETTER BASKETBALL PLAYER AND A BETTER PERSON AND TO IMPROVE.))
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Tiki Barber and his cohorts with the All-Stars football clinic were forced to head inside today because of the rain. Tonight the former Friday Football Extra player of the week will stay inside and swap his helmet for a microphone.
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[graphic-ticker] Tiki has been doing his share of reporting in New York in the past couple of months. Join us tonight on News 7 at Six for his recap of today's camp activities. Have a great night everybody. [go to break]



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Fresher popcorn and louder music.... that's the plan for the new State Fairgrounds.
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The Atlantic Rural Exposition has unveiled plans for the new 320-acre site at the intersection of interstates 295 and 64 in Henrico County.
The virtual tour reveals horse stables and campgrounds, as well as a grandstand building.
A-R-E president Otis Brown hopes better parking and easier access will entice western Virginians to attend.
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((GENERALLY SPEAKING, EVEN THE PEOPLE IN THE ROANOKE AREA TELL US THEY DON'T MIND DRIVING THREE HOURS TO AN EVENT. BUT WHEN THEY GET THERE, THEY WANT TO PARK, GET THEIR TICKETS, GET IN WITHOUT A HASSLE. THEY DON'T WANT TO HAVE TO WAIT.))


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