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A video camera was rolling just as the Concorde took off from Paris yesterday. THe amazing pictures coming up.
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Plus a new financial firm is opening in Roanoke.
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Looking for temperatures to push into the 80s Thursday and it looks like the rain will stay away.

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Today on Health Check, Virginia Tech studies the effects of bone loss in women,
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and we'll have an update on a local baby born with a rare immune system disorder.
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You are looking at Amateur video taken of the Air France Concorde- just moments before it crashed.
Experts hope the tape will help determine what caused the fatal crash.
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The videotape was taken by someone riding in a car near the airport- someone who just happened to have their came
ra rolling when the plane--- in flames.. sped by.


Lee Cowan joins us live from Paris.. where investigators are beginning to piece together what happened.
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(( As investigators continued their search for answers the one clue they were hoping would surface finally did... a video tape of the Concorde's final moments. It shows what witnesses told investigators all along, huge tongues of fire shooting out of the back of the left engine pod. That's significant because only moments before take off maintainence workers discovered the thrust-reverser on the Concorde's number 2 engine wasn't working.
It's used mainly as a braking tool, the plane can fly without it's thrust-reverser, but the pilot refused to push off the gate until workers repaired it using a part from a backup Concorde.
But 2 minutes after takeoff, this is watch air traffic controllers saw from the tower, those same engines bursting into flames another red flag for investigators who are already leaning toward mechanical failure as a a cause of Tuesday's crash.

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Perhaps that maintenance work was not adequate. Perhaps that maintenance works should have not been done and it should have instead have been an engine change.
Because of the fire investigators say the jet didn't have enough thrust to continue its climb and want to examine the congfiguration of the Concorde's engines to see if the pilot could have helped the situation. ))

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The largest low-income housing community in Danville will be torn down and replaced with single-family homes.
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HUD, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, announced that Danville will receive a 20-million-dollar grant to replace Liberty View.
Local leaders and housing development officials listened in on the phone conference as the HUD Secretary made his announcement.
The Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority has been trying for this grant for five years.
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160 homes will replace the 232 apartments at Liberty View. Construction will begin sometime next year.
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A North Carolina power plant company wants to build a new facility in Henry County.
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This morning the County supervisors approved a development agreement that brings the company one step closer to Southside.
The project, once it gets final approval, will generate two point four million dollars a year for Henry County.
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The corporation still has many obstacles before it can start construction. It still has to apply for various permits and certificates.
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A small town in Minnesota is picking up the pieces after tornados swept through-
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One person is dead- an older man crushed in his pickup truck. This is what's left in Granite Falls- Personal items wound up in unusual places.
Hundreds of homes are damaged- and residents are stunned.
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Over three hundred homes were ripped from their foundations- along a 12-block path.
The National Guard's been called in to secure the area- and help with cleanup.
Residents say the whole thing happened in seconds.
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A local mall wants to see some big changes in its neighborhood. We'll have the details in a moment,
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but first Teresa Hamilton will join us with an update on a baby who was born with an incomplete immune system.
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The future is looking brighter for a Radford family whose infant son will die without a bone marrow transplant.
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Teresa Hamilton has been covering the story and is here with an update on baby Henry-- who's now six and half months old.
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Jean-- the family is STILL hoping to find a perfect match for baby Henry who weighs almost 18- pounds.
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And while they have their ups and downs as they wait... Patrick and Angela Moore say their bad days are far outnumbered now that Henry is responding to his medication.
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For Patrick and Angela Moore moments like those are something to cherish.
Henry was born with a rare disease which has left him without the white blood cells needed to fight infection.
The only cure is a bone marrow transplant.
And-- while doctors have located some potential donors in the event his health worsens... none is a perfect match.

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At first Henry was NOT responding to medication needed to delay the transplant.
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The Moore's have another reason to be thankful.
They've always wanted more children and recently found out Henry's disease is not genetic.
So, they're now considering have another child... a child who COULD be Henry's perfect match.
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Jean, the Moore's friends are continuing to raise thousands of dollars and they hope to have another bone marrow drive in the near future.

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One Baltimore Based financial firm is opening an office in Roanoke-
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The opening of Legg Mason Roanoke is considered a profitable economic indicator to Mayor Ralph Smith, who opened his own account there today.
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The company's spokesman says officials have been looking to setup shop here for nearly 30 years.
He says Smith's business-friendly attitude gave the company the push they needed to settle here.
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The company's new office is located in the BB&T building downtown.
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With the surge in the stock market in recent years, many employees are receiving stock options from their companies.
While that can be good, you need to know to handle them to get the most from your money. CBS financial reporter Ray Martin has some advice.
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Coming up on News 7 at 5...
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We'll introduce you to some virtual aliens who are flying around over your head. Jacey Birch will take us to the Science Museum in downtown Roanoke to show us a new kind of summer movie.
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If you want to get out of the summer sun... or rain... depending on the day, There's a new type of movie running this season where all you need to do is sit back, relax and look up. Jacey Birch joins us from an unusual theater running an out of this world show.
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Virginia Tech loses a member of its basketball team. Denise Allen will tell us why in today's Sportsticker,
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Research by a Virginia Tech assistant professor might soon provide more answers for young women about the prevention of bone loss and osteoporosis.
Joy Sutton has details.
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For the past two years Shelly Nickols-Richardson has focused her research at Virginia Tech on how diet relates to bone health and how young women can build up their bone mineral density.
She says 25 million Americans have osteoporosis, and she wants prevent more young women from becoming statistics.
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In her research, Nickols-Richards relies on the data from the DXA machine.
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Nickols-Richardson says research is the key to beating osteoporosis and giving young woman the answers they need to make wise decision about their health.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Blacksburg.

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Thank you Jean and good afternoon everybody and welcome to the two minute ticker.
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We begin tonight on the Links. The ladies of the valley opened play today in the Roanoke Valley Women's Golf Association tournament.
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Round one was played today at Ole Monterey. This event allows all the women in the association to tee it up for a championship.
The tournament is special because it is the oldest lady's event in the Roanoke Valley.
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Virginia Tech's basketball program has apparently lost another scholarship athlete.
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Tech officials say forward Rolan Roberts is not enrolled in school.
His mother Bettie says they are working on finding him another place to play.
Roberts has decided not to return to Tech after the university declined to overturn his suspension.
A university judicial hearing that found him responsible for assault and sexual misconduct.
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A female student says Roberts and teammate Dennis Mims raped her in Roberts' off-campus apartment in January.
Mims was found responsible for assault and was placed on deferred suspension.
The local police did not have enough evidence to charge either man

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Virginia Tech hosted the Iowa Hawkeye wrestling camp this past week in Blacksburg.
Well over 500 high school grapplers were on hand
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to learn from most of the Iowa team that won the NCAA championships this past season.
Individual instruction as well as team camps were elements to the clinics with the Hawkeyes.
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Tech finished last season with the schools' highest ever ranking, 19th in the country.
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Tonight at six, Mike Stevens checks in with former Hokie Derek Smith, trying to make his mark at Redskins training camp.
Jean will be back with more News 7 at Five after this.


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The owner of a local shopping center says it's times for some changes in Roanoke roadways.
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Towers mall owner Gary Rappaport says Wonju Street needs to be extended so it intersects with Brandon Road. His company was negotiating a deal to put a new Sheetz gas station and convenience store in, but the contract fell through because of the need for a wider intersection.
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