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Today on News 7 at 5, a fugitive is captured in Danville when his snoring gives away his location.
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and we'll see what has some communications workers wondering if they will go on strike for the second time in two years.
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Today in sports, we'll have Nascar qualifying results from Indianapolis,
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also on Health check, we'll see how a new knee implant is helping patients live pain free for the first time in years.


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George W. Bush spoke to a woman's group today- in just a few hours he will address the nation in the biggest speech of the campaign so far.

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George W. Bush takes the podium tonight at the Republican National Convention-
Aides call the speech positive and uplifting.
After 14 months on the campaign trial tongiht Bush will try to convince America he has what it takes to lead the nation.
Lee Cowan is on the convention floor in Philadelphia- with more on what we can expect tonight.
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(( After three expensive days of parties, posters and pundits - and 14 months on the campaign trail -- tonight it comes down to one man - and his ability to convince a nation he has what it takes to lead.
GEORGE W. BUSH, R-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE
With so much riding on one, half hour speech, Bush still took time out to visit a recovering Gerald Ford.
He says the former president is doing fine, and so is he - anxious but excited to walk to the podium and accept his partys nomination tonight - with the confidence of being ahead in nearly every national poll. GEORGE W. BUSH, R-PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE
SOT, DICK CHENEY, R-VICE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE


But the tone of his speech is expected to be different than last night, when the ticket took its first direct shots at the White House - Dick Cheney angering Democrats who say the criticism was misplaced. ED RENDELL, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN You saw the most vicious - from a convention floor.
Instead, tonight George W. Bush will make only glancing blows at the Clinton/Gore team - taking more of regretful tone of missed opportunities his aides say, than criticizing bad decisions. But as with any important political speech, it is not only the words, but the delivery that counts. George W. Bush is a better campaigner than a speech giver -- his friends admit. Tonight, hell have to do a little of both.))


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A North Carolina fugitive spotted in Danville one week ago was caught because of his snoring.
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Danville authorities say a man came home last night to find 28 year old David Lee Hicks sleeping under a bed.
By the time officers arrived at 120 Clearview Drive, Hicks was awake and hiding in the bedroom closet.
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((MAJ. B.C. ELLIOTT/DANVILLE POLICE: WELL IT'S UNUSUAL CASE TO END LIKE THIS. OBVIOUSLY HE'S A VERY VIOLENT INDIVIDUAL. THE ONLY THING I THINK ABOUT IS RUNNING WITH SHEER EXHAUSTION. HE JUST HAD TO HAVE SOME SLEEP.))
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Hicks is being held at the Danville City Jail without bond.
He faces 12 charges including assault on an officer, escaping, and kidnapping.
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Verizon Virginia is already getting off to a shaky start as union employees under a Bell Atlantic contract prepare to strike.
Seven hundred employees in Roanoke, along with thousands of workers across the country are battling what they call intolerable working conditions.
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They say they are only allowed to use the restroom a certain number of times each day and only for a certain amount of time.
Their three-year contract expires at midnight on Saturday.
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((DAVID LAYMAN/LOCAL 2240 PRESIDENT: THEY'VE FAILED TO REALIZE THAT THEY HAVE FAMILIES AND OTHER LIVES BESIDES THE JOB HERE. RIGHT NOW, IT LOOKS AS IF THINGS DON'T CHANGE, THERE'S A VERY GOOD POSSIBILITY WE'LL BE ON THE STREET COME SUNDAY.))
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The company says no Verizon or former Bell Atlantic CUSTOMERS will be affected if employees go on strike.
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((MIKE RIELEY/VERIZON AREA MANAGER: WE NEED OUR EMPLOYEES TO DO THE KIND OF WORK WE NEED THEM TO DO ON AN ONGOING BASIS, BUT MANAGEMENT PEOPLE CAN DO THE JOB FOR SOME TIME.))
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Union and company officials are at the bargaining table in Washington.
Company representatives say they hope to reach an agreement by Saturday.
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The Indians are coming for Jim Gilmore.
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Virginia's eight tribes have issued an ultimatum of sorts to the Governor: support federal recognition of the sovereignty -- or face an international public relations fiasco when Indians protest the 400th anniversary of Jamestown.
The Governor has NOT taken a stand on the federal recognition bill filed last week.
A spokesman says potential casino gaming is "a major barrier" to the Governor's support.
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((MARY WADE/VIRG. COUNCIL ON INDIANS: VIRGINIA ALREADY HAS GAMBLING. ACROSS THE STREET HERE IS WHERE THE LOTTERY IS. SO THEY CAN'T SAY THEY DON'T HAVE GAMBLING. HORSE RACING HERE OBVIOUSLY DID NOT GO WELL. AND IT'S NOT OUR ISSUE, IT'S THEIR ISSUE. WE BELIEVE IT'S THE DIVERSIONARY TACTIC TO KEEP EVERYBODY'S MIND OFF OF WHY THEY REALLY DON'T WANT THE VIRGINIA INDIAN PEOPLE TO HAVE THESE SOVEREIGN RIGHTS.))
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The Indians say federal recognition could help them get scholarships, health benefits, and housing assistance.
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The Middle East Peace Summit is getting some help- this time from South Africa's Former President.
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Nelson Mandela says he wil help get Middle East Peace Talks back on track-
Yassar Arafat unexpectedly arrived in South Africa to ask for Mandela's help reviving negotiations with Israel.
Mandela says he will telephone the leaders of Egypt, France, and the United States to coordinate the peace effort.

The biggest sticking point- Jerusalem- Arafat is looking for support for his position on the status of Jerusalem- the holy city has been claimed as the capital by both the Palestinians and Israel.
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A lot of people heading to the beach will be disappointed this year. We'll tell you why after this break.
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Also coming up a little later in the newscast, a jewelry store at Valley View Mall says thank you to some quick acting customers.
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For those of you who love to spend your free time at the beach, there is some bad news.
A report out today tells us that beach closings are a a record high because of pollution. Manuel Gallegus has the details.
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((THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES HAS MORE THAN 23-THOUSAND MILES OF OCEAN SHORELINESOME OF THE MOST STUNNING VISTAS ANYWHERE.

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BUT OUR SHORES ARE POLLUTED, BASED ON FINDINGS FROM THE NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL.

-SOT- SARAH CHASIS/NATIONAL RESOURCE DEFENSE COUNCIL SPOKESPERSON


many popular vacation beaches continue to experience periodic closings and advisories because of sewage pollution and storm water. 8;37;47
BRIDGE- MANUEL GALLEGUS ON CAM 12;54 ACCORDING TO THE REPORT, LAST YEAR AT THE NATIONS BEACHES, FROM THE OCEANS TO LAKES, THERE WERE MORE THAN 6000 CLOSURES BECAUSE OF POLLUTION, MAINLY FROM BACTERIA THAT CAN MAKE SWIMMERS SICK.

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FROM SANTA MONICA,WHERE URBAN RUN-OFF POISONS THE PACIFIC, TO CHICAGO, WHERE HIGH LEVELS OF E-COLI BACTERIA CLOSED LAKE MICHIGANS SHORE.
FROM RHODE ISLAND WHERE OIL RECENTLY TAINTED THE WATER TO MIAMI WHERE RAW SEWAGE SHUT DOWN DOZENS OF MILES OF BEACH
WATERWAYS ARE TOO POLLUTED FOR SWIMMING, FISHING OR, IN SOME CASES, TO SUPPORT ACQUATIC LIFE.

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LONGTIME SURFERS IN CALIFORNIA KNOW WHEN ITS SAFE TO GO IN.

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AMERICAS WATERS ARE GENERALLY MUCH SAFER THAN THEY WERE 25 YEARS AGO. AND WATER MONITORING MUCH MORE EFFECTIVE ACCORDING TO THE REPORT. BUT, LOUISIANA, TEXAS, OREGON, AND WASHINGTON WERE CALLED BEACH BUMS FOR NOT PROPERLY TESTING OR WARNING THE PUBLIC.
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THE REPORT WARNS THAT WITHOUT IMPROVEMENTS (IN SEWAGE, AND RUNOFF CONTROLS) UNCHECKED POLLUTION CONTINUES TO LOWER AMERICANS QUALITY OF LIFE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, SANTA MONICA. ))

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What if there were a way to make tobacco safe?
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Farmers in Kentucky hope that can happen.
They're testing out a way to try and coax the cancer causers out of the tobacco leaf-
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((EDDIE WARREN/TOBACCO FARMER: THE CONCEPT OF CREATING A SAFER TOBACCO IS ONE REASON DOING IT, THE WAY I LOOK AT IT, I'VE RAISED TOBACCO ALL MY LIFE.. I WANT TO KEEP DOING IT))
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The Kentucky farm is pairing up with a Virginia company- trying a new method of processing tobacco.
First the leaves are stripped off the stalk in place- farmers then skip the cutting process. They cure the tobacco in a special heated bar for just eight days instead of the usual two months.
The special process is just in the testing phase. Whether it actually takes out the dangers of smoking tobacco- isn't known.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will go out on a limb with this week's Growin' It.
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The start of August means its picking time in the apple orchards- at least for the farmers here in Virginia. Jacey Birch was in Bedford County checking out this year's apple crop.
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Coming up today in Sports, D-W makes an impressive showing at qualifying for the Brickyard,
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[vo-nat] and on Health check, we'll look at some of the causes of cataracts.
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A new knee replacement is making a difference in the lives of people who have suffered excruiating pain.
Convential replacement surgeries are considered a last resort, in part because patients fear the stiff knees that sometimes result.
But as Paul Moniz reports, this implant offers patients more flexibility.
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((WE WANT TO STRESS THIS IS A MAJOR SURGERY--AND THERE COULD BE COMPLICATIONS LIKE INFECTION AND LOOSENING OF THE IMPLANT. AND AGAIN--A PATIENT MUST HAVE FLEXIBLE KNEES WITH GOOD SUPPORTING MUSCLES TO BE A CANDIDATE. ))


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Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world.
And although it largely affects the older population, younger folks are not immune.
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August is cataract awareness month. Ophthalmologist Jonathan Till at Lewis Gale Clinic says they are certain signs that might indicate a cataract and warrant a visit to the eye doctor.
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((DR.JONATHAN TILL: SOMETIMES PEOPLE SEE HALOS AROUND LIGHTS IS ALWAYS A GOOD SIGN, DRIVING AT NIGHT BECOMES A REAL BIG PROBLEM WITH CATARACTS AND WE GET FOLKS FROM THE DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES CAUSE THEY'RE NOT PASSING THEIR TEST))
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A cataract causes the lens of the eye to become cloudy and impair vision.
Till says while aging is the most common cause, eye injuries, diabetes, asthma, and hay fever can also cause them.
Doctors can correct the problem by replacing the lens .
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((DR. JONATHAN TILL/OPTOMOLOGIST: IT'S VERY QUICK, USUALLY 15 MINUTES OR LESS, AND IT'S PAINLESS, CERTAINLY YOU DON'T WANT TO AVOID HAVING SOMETHING DONE ABOUT BECAUSE YOU HAVE SOME KIND OF FEAR))
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Till says often times cataracts cause a person's vision to get worse and worse.
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Thanks Jean and good afternoon everybody and welcome to the 2 minute ticker.
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After a weekend off, The Winston Cup drivers returned to work this afternoon in Indianapolis for qualifying for this Saturday's Brick Yard 400.
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Ricky Rudd would highlight the first round of qualifying capturing the pole position with a speed of 181 point 068 miles per hour.
But the big cheers of the day went to Darrell Waltrip. Waltrip, who is out of provisionals, would qualify on the outside pole with a speed of 180 point 923. Bobby Labonte qualified third and here are the rest of the top 25.
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The Detroit Lions training camp rolls on this week. Detroit's passing attack was ranked ninth in the league last year.
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Former Virginia star Ray Roberts gave Lions quarterback Charlie Batch time to throw. Batch is rehabbing a broken leg while Roberts, a nine year pro, is working through a knee injury. He has a ton of former Virginia teammates on the Lions roster to help him get back on the field as quickly as possible.
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Dot Bolling is one round away from winning the Senior State Amateur golf tournament at the Homestead.
Bolling beat Marilyn Bussey 7 and 5. Bolling won the first 8 holes and finished the match with birdies at 12 and 13.
Bolling is trying to become the first golfer to win both amateur titles in the same year. She will play Peggy Woodard in the finals Woodard beat Fran Hensley 1 Up. Woodward won the title in 97, 97 and 98.
More sports coming up at six Jean will be back in a moment.


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The two men who foiled a robbery at Henebry's Jewelers got some formal recognition from the store manager today.
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Heather Rutherford presented gift certificates to Don Tinsley and Drew Settle.
They were in the Valley View store Monday night when a man reached into a jewelry case full of diamond rings.
Settle managed to get the goods away from the thief, and Tinsley gave chase.
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((MY MAIN CONCERN WAS JUST TO SEE IF HE WAS ON FOOT OR IF HE WAS IN A CAR TO GET SOME KIND OF DESCRIPTION OF WHICH WAY TO TELL POLICE THAT HE WENT OR WHAT TO LOOK FOR.))
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If it sounds like he knew exactly what to do in the situation, it may be because Tinsley is a Criminal Justice major at Virginia Western.
Each man got a 500-dollar gift certificate from Henebry's and 25-dollar one from Valley View Mall, along with coupons and certificates from other mall merchants.
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