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Today on News 7 at 5, a murder suspect attempts to kill himself in Danville. We'll have the details.
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[V/O-NAT] and authorities say they do not believe the area has been attacked by killer bees.
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Today in sports, the University of North Carolina introduces its new head basketball coach,
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and in Medical News, researchers examine the latest breakthroughs in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.
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A murder suspect in Danville shoots himself in the head as police close in.
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A Danville man who allegedly shot and killed another man last Thursday tried killing himself today.
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Police had been searching for 40-year old Clyde Scott Pruitt who was charged with the shooting death of Anthony Chris Gill.
They received information that Pruitt had been seen in the Overby and Scales Street area of Danville.
Police were conducting a house-to-house search when they found the suspect at a friend's home.
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((MR. PRUITT WAS IN THE BACK ROOM. WHEN THERE WAS AN INDICATION THAT HE WAS IN THE BACK ROOM, THEY STARTED BACK THAT WAY. THEY SAW HIM WITH A GUN, THE OFFICERS DREW THEIR WEAPONS, AND WHEN HE SAW THE POLICE, HE PUT THE GUN TO HIS HEAD AND SHOT HIMSELF.))
[SUPER=01-Neal Morris/Danville Police Chief]
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Pruitt is at Danville Regional Medical Center in critical condition.
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Montgomery County deputies are still looking for an inmate who made a daring escape from jail last night.
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Authorities say 22-year-old Melvin Leftwich Junior fled down a food service elevator shaft around 11.
He was a trustee assigned to clean the area.
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[SUPER=01-Capt. Robert Hall/Chief Correctional Officer;]

((CAPT. ROBERT HALL/CHIEF CORRECTIONAL OFFICER: OUTSIDE THE KITCHEN, WE FOUND THE ORANGE PRISONER UNIFORMS STUFFED UP UNDER A GENERATOR, SO IT WAS OBVIOUS HE HAD CHANGED CLOTHES OUTSIDE THE JAIL.))
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Authorities believe Leftwich had someone pick him up outside the jail.
They've traced the numbers of people he phoned from jail and searched a house for him -- with no luck yet.
He was serving a two-year sentence for violating probation on a grand larceny conviction.
Deputies say he's not considered dangerous.
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A bee hive in Alleghany County is no longer a threat to residents and animals.
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IT was just last week that a pet goat tied to a tree- was attacked and killed.
The animal belonged to James Downey-- who tried to rescue the goat but was also attacked- So were several bystanders.
Experts from Virginia Tech destroyed the hive this morning using gasoline. They believe the bees are a European strain of the honey bee and not Africanized "killer bees".
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((THE MAIN DIFFERENCE IS HOW THEY REACT. EUROPEAN BEES, YOU OPEN UP THEIR HIVES, YOU GET A CERTAIN AMOUNT COMING OUT -- NOT A LOT. YOU OPEN UP AN AFRICANIZED BEE COLONY, AND YOU GET A HUGE CLOUD OF BEES COME OUT. ))
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The bees are being examined by the U-S Department of Agriculture to determine exactly what type they are.
But the results are not yet complete.
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Three leaders- one meeting place- and the hope that an agreement can be reached.
The Middle East Peace Summit is part way through day one in Maryland- Lee Cowan is there.
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((
There were no hand shakes at the historic mountain retreat, but there were smiles as the three parties prepared for the first joint meeting of the summit.
Neither side would comment on how negotiations were going -- and even THAT was seen by some a barometer of the mood. "Q: is that the only agreement you've reached so far? If I answered that, I'd be answering a question."
But it was the playful fumbling at the door to Laural Lodge that gave a hint of just how tenuous this summit may be -- even who walks through the door first, could be taken the wrong way.
The President is urging compromise as the only way to move forward -- something Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak seems willing to offer.
But it is that eagerness that has drawn criticism from those worried he may Be TOO WILLING.
On the other side, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat may have trouble selling ANY deal at home -- having not prepared Palestinians for the possibility of concessions.
It all leaves the President in the middle to mediate the toughest issues of all. ZBIGNEW BRYZINSKY, ANALYST : There is no guarantee of success, but I still have a sneaking suspicion that the two parties are not that far apart and both parties want something done.
On the issues of refugees and borders that may be possible. But the most contentious issue of all -- the status of East Jerusalem -- may have to wait.))


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Protestors say local actors filming a commercial in Lexington could use a Coke and a smile. We'll explain why after this break,
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also we'll see why engineers in California are trying to shake up the way we build our homes.
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The Virginia Court of Appeals won't be granting Emmett Cressell, Junior a new trial.
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Cressell is serving life in prison for killing a black man in Grayson County in July of '97.
In asking for a new trial-- Cressell argued that his case should have been moved out of Independence due to pretrial publicity.
He also argued that three of the jurors seated should've been dismissed for bias.
The justices disagreed with both claims.
They also found that the evidence presented at trial supported the first degree murder conviction.
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A slice of Bedford County history is about to get canned.
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The New London Cannery.. which the county has operated for decades.. will close this fall.
Last night, the board of supervisors voted "not" to include the cannery in sewage improvements to the New London Academy.. because not enough people use its services.
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((TONY WARE/BEDFORD CO. SUPERVISOR: WHEN WE TALK ABOUT QUALITY OF LIFE THAT'S A QUALITY THAT SOME PEOPLE USE, BUT NOT EVERYONE USES. BUT IF WE LOOKED AT THE LIBRARY AND TRIED TO CAPITALIZE THE COST OF THE LIBRARY OVER THE USAGE OF THE BOOKS OVER ONE YEAR, WE PROBABLY WOULDN'T BUILD ANY LIBRARIES EITHER.))
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County residents pay five dollars a year to use the cannery and its equipment.
It would have cost Bedford about 22- thousand dollars to connect the building to the new wastewater system.
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Ever wonder what an earthquake would be like- as it's shaking a home?
This morning dozens of scientists did an experiment to find out.
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Spectators watched as a two story wooden structure rocked with the waves of a simulated earthquake.
The fake quake similated a six point four level earthquake.
The demonstration is part of an ongoing study at the University of San Diego School of Engineering.
Results will be used to make structures more resisitant to earthquakes.
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One heavy metal star had a different kind of ax to grind today.
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Metallica's drummer appeared in front of a Senate committee- to fight music sharing websites such as M-P-3 and Napster.
Metallica claims the websites have ripped off their songs- distributing them without consent.
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But Napster C-E-O Hank Barry disagrees- He told the panel downlowding music actually helps the music industry because listeners are more likely to buy music once they've sampled it on the internet.
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Coca-Cola is shooting a commercial at V-M-I today starring local people, but some actors flew in from L-A to protest the conditions.
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Inside the VMI hall- six hundred extras plus two six-year-old stars crowded in- with no air conditioning to shoot a Coke commerical with a graduation theme.
Union actors are on strike nationwide for better pay- They protested silently outside.
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((WE TALKED TO CHILDREN WHO SAID THEY DIDN'T WANT TO GO BACK IN THERE. I WOULD IMAGINE IT WAS UPWARD OF ABOUT 115 DEGREES INSIDE THERE. THEY BLACK OUT THE WINDOWS FOR THE SAKE OF THE SHOT.))
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Coke would not let us interview actors -- or shoot the filming. The company let us inside when everyone had gone to lunch.
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((SOMEDAY MAYBE THIS WILL BE A DIFFERENT SITUATION BUT RIGHT NOW WE'RE IN A COMPETITIVE MARKETPLACE AND WE'D LIKE TO TAKE CONTROL OF IT.))
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Coming up on News7 at Six, a young actor quickly describes the smoke and heat inside -- before a Coke guard breaks up the interview.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll see how the Big Cat is doing one year after he was diagnosed with cancer,
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and we'll show you video that a Florida man says is his state's version of Big Foot.
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Coming up today in Sports, the Tarheels name a new head coach,
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but first in medical news, the state requires health insurers to provide more money to screen for colon cancer.
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Researchers predict Alzheimer's disease will affect more than 22 MILLION people worldwide by the year 2025.
That statistic has added urgency to this week's meeting of Alzheimer researchers in Washington.
Pat Rogers has more.
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( AN ALZHEIMER'S DIAGNOSIS MEANS A SLOW DECLINE, SOMETIMES TAKING

YEARS. BUT NEW RESEARCH SUGGESTS THAT ONLY FOUR OF TEN SENIOR CITIZENS WHO HAVE MEMORY LOSS EVENTUALLY GET ALZHEIMER'S.
SOME HAVE DEPRESSION AND OTHER AILMENTS LESS SERIOUS THAN ALZHEIMER'S.

(SOT - WALDEMAR "people who recognize failing memory in friend or a

relative or even perhaps themselves should go and see a physician to get a proper diagnosis because they may have a treatable condition.

DOCTOR WALDEMAR TALKED ABOUT HER FINDINGS AT THIS WEEK'S ALZHEIMER'S CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON.
EXPERTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD GATHER TO DISCUSS TREATMENT OPTIONS.

(SOT - ROGERS "about half of the Alzheimer's cases in the united

states affect people over the age of 85. And with the huge baby boom generation aging, that number will skyrocket. Researchers predict that by 2050, 14 point three million Americans will have Alzheimer's.")

RESEARCHERS SAY A CURE IS UNLIKELY, AT LEAST IN THE NEAR FUTURE, BECAUSE ALZHEIMER'S KILLS BRAIN CELLS.

(SOT - THIES "even if we could replace those brain cells, replacing

the memories that go with them will be difficult.")

BUT A VACCINE IS MUCH MORE LIKELY, MAYBE WITHIN TEN YEARS. THERE ARE TWO CLINICAL TRIALS UNDERWAY: RESEARCHERS ARE WORKING ON ISOLATING THE PROTEIN WHICH ATTACKS BRAIN CELLS. THE AIM IS TO FIND A DRUG WHICH BLOCKS THOSE PROTEINS.

(SOT - THIES "we know that if we keep the pressure on, we keep the

funding high and keep the pressure high we're going to have the kind of breakthrough that leads us to clinical intervention.")

THE INITIAL PHASE OF ONE CLINICAL TRIAL HAS SHOWN THAT A POTENTIAL VACCINE IS SAFE FOR HUMANS.
IN WASHINGTON PAT ROGERS REPORTING. ))


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Virginia now has the most comprehensive colorectal screening law in the nation.
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Governor Jim Gilmore signed the law today that requires managed health insurance companies to pay for colon cancer screenings.
The bill's sponsor is the sister of NBC host Katie Couric-- whose husband died of colon cancer.
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((SEN. EMILY COURIC/D-CHARLOTTESVILLE: WELL, OF COURSE, MY FAMILY HAD THIS TERRIBLY SAD EXPERIENCE WITH COLON CANCER WHEN MY BROTHER-IN-LAW JAY MONAHAN PASSED AWAY.... BILL IN VIRGINIA.))
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Statistics show that when colon cancer is detected early, the cure rate is between 90 and 100 percent.
But about 13- hundred Virginians die from the disease each year.
The new law also covers state workers and those covered by Medicaid.
The law was the only mandate on H-M-Os that was NOT opposed by the managed health care industry this year in Richmond.
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Tonight's All Star Game in Atlanta could prove inpirational for cancer patients.
Just one year ago Andres Galarraga was on the sidelines fighting the disease. Tonight he will play in the 71st mid summer classic. Jim Henderson has the story.
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(("Andres Galarraga strikes again..."
They call him "The Big Cat" and it looks like this cat does have 9 lives...or at least two. Andres Galarraga is having a banner year for the Atlanta Braves..seventeen months ago it was a very different story. Doctors discovered a tumor in Galarraga's lower back and his worst fears were confirmed...it was cancer.

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I think the worst part for me is how I say to my kids, to my mother...
Treating the disease with chemotherapy cost him the entire 1999 season....and even though he led the team in home runs and was an All-Star in 1998...the native of Venezuela was facing a very uncertain future.

SOT: Greg Maddux, Braves Pitcher/WGNX - 22:15:42

He almost died, I mean, let's face it. The most important thing was to try and get his life back, then work on his career after that..
The game of baseball is no stranger to cancer...Yankees manager Joe Torre and several others have battled the disease, but Galarraga's rise from victim to survivor is special.

SOT: Galarraga/All-Star Newser - 16:04:20

That happened to me for a reason so I think that's the way I'll take it, to help a lot of people.
Galarraga's starting spot in the 2000 All-Star game before the hometown crowd is an inspiration to teammates and fans. He says it's his faith that keeps him going...helping the Big Cat can beat cancer....and at age 39, return to his place among the game's biggest stars.
In Atlanta, I'm Jim Henderson for CBS News))

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker.
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The new head basketball coach at North Carolina is Matt Doherty. He leaves Notre Dame to take over the job at his alma mater.
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Doherty was a part of the 1982 Tar Heel team that won coach Dean Smith's first national title. North Carolina will introduce Doherty at a news conference tonight. He has been at Notre Dame for just one season, and he led the Fighting Irish to the finals of the National Invitation Tournament, where they lost to Wake Forest. Prior to that, Doherty was an assistant to Roy Williams of Kansas. Williams recently turned down U-N-C's offer to succeed Bill Guthridge.
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Winston Cup drivers re-group at Pocono in two weeks for the July 23rd running of the Pennsylvania 500. Virginia Tech will make its debut as a sponsor on the NASCAR circuit in September.
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Tech teamed up with Citgo and Wood Brothers Racing to unveil the "Hokie Car" today in Blacksburg.
The school is helping sponsor Elliott Sadler and his Ford Taurus on September 9th at the Richmond International Raceway.
Tech only had to chip in five-thousand dollars for the new paint job.
Money made off the race will go back to the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Virginia Tech's scholarship fund.
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((ELLIOTT SADLER: I'M GOING TO TAKE MY HALF OF THE MONEY THAT I WIN AT RICHMOND AND STROKE A CHECK RIGHT BACK TO VIRGINIA TECH SCHOLARSHIPS AND TRY TO HELP THEM GET THE BEST ATHLETES THEY CAN TO COME TO SUCH A GREAT UNIVERSITY.))
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A Roanoke County native with an NHL dream is going to the Czech Republic to play hockey.
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17 year Brandon Robertson is the only Virginian on the Southeast hockey team which will play games in Germany before going to Prague for the Czech Challenge Cup.
Brandon competed against players from Maryland to Florida for a spot on the team.
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Coming up at six, we will hear from a Colorado Rockies scout on why they drafted Virginia Tech's Michael Vick, see ya t

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For years, there has been talk of a creature resembling big foot wandering around Southern Florida.
Now a man who considers himself a leading authority on the so called Skunk Ape says he has caught it on videotape.


Shelly Flynn reports.
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While the creature on the video resembles a person in a gorilla costume, Shealy swears it is not just something he set up to attract tourists. [TAKE WEB PAGE PINNACLE PAGE Full]
Either way there is a webpage where you can learn more about the legend of the Skunk Ape. You can find it through a link to our webpage at WDBJ7-dot-com.
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