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Today on News 7 at 5, a kidnapping suspect ends up in custody after he comes to town to find out what's new.
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and workers in Greensboro learn hanging out on the job can prove life threatening.
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We're not through withthe showers and thunderstorms just yet. Hold on for one more night of potential rain.

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In Sports, the Redskins prepare for a preseason test tonight in Tampa
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also NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield is hospitialized following an accident in Indianapolis.
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A Henry County fugitive accused of kidnapping is in custody following a high speed chase in North Carolina.


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35 year old Kosta Gus Maurakis (MORE-rock-iss) was caught by Rockingham County authorities in North Carolina last night. He allegedly kidnapped his ex-girlfriend, Tammy Harmon in Henry County two days ago.
If he hadn't wanted to see the media coverage about his alleged crime, he might not have been caught so soon.
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((CAPTAIN KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: HE DECIDED TO COME BACK TO VIRGINIA TO TRY TO GET A PAPER, THAT'S WHAT THE VICTIM REPORTED AND THEN HEADED BACK TO NORTH CAROLINA.))
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A motorist recognized the car because Maurakis (MORE-rock-iss) had been in the news and then called police.
Harmon was not injured.


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AVirginia Tech football player's future with the team is still up in the air after he pled guilty to drug possession today.
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Defensive end Derrius Monroe was charged with cocaine distribution in January.
Prosecutors said an informant bought about a half a gram of crack cocaine from Monroe.
But the Tech senior entered a plea agreement in exchange for his cooperation on other cases.
The judge is taking Monroe's case under advisement, while he completes two years' probation and a drug- abuse program.
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Two of his former teammates, Jermaine Hinckson and Manny Clemente, are still facing trial on drug distribution charges.

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A Roanoke man seeking custody of his unborn child didn't get very far.
His case was dismissed by a Roanoke Circuit Judge this afternoon.
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Kate Weidaw is at the city Courthouse with more.
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With the G-O-P convention behind them, George W. Bush and his running mate, Dick Cheney, are hitting the campaign trail... charging off to several Midwest battleground states.
Lee Cowan has the latest.
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(( The first day of the general election campaign got underway with the republican nominee defending his attacks on rival Al Gore.
But some say it was more than needling. Democrats lambasted him for returning to what party leaders called, the tired old formula of personal attacks. As an example, they point to this moment in Bush's acceptance speech when he accused Gore of scaring Americans about the Bush plan on social security and Medicare.

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"He now leads the party ....fear itself. applause."
With Dick Cheney at his side, Bush is now taking that unforgiving message into the heart of Clinton country, campaigning on a 3 day whistle stop tour of three Midwestern states, states that all fell to the democrats during the last two presidential bids.

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With 95 days left to go before election day, GWB admits he's in the fight of his life.

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He's racing to take advantage of a double digit lead in the polls, an edge that has grown steadily in the wake of nearly 2 weeks of constant media attention, but the spotlight is about to shift the to the democrats whose convention begin in less than two weeks.
Lee Cowan, CBS News, Philadelphia.))[(toss to R)]
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A conservative group says a state school board is encouraging illegal behavior. We'll have that story after the break.
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Also we'll see what happens as workers on a scaffold find themselves hanging on for their lives.
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A couple of workers were left hanging on the outside of one of the tallest buildings in Greensboro.
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The two men became the center of attention when a cable lifting their scaffold got stuck on the First Union building.
The men were left hanging at least 12 stories above the ground.
High level rescue workers were all ready to go, but it took the same type of equipment the stranded workers had been using.
Another crew of workers lifted themselves to the stranded scaffold and pulled their colleagues to safety.
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A decision to ban harassment of gay students and teachers in Charlottesville city schools could face a legal challenge in court.
The Charlottesville school board last night voted to add "sexual orientation" to its non- discrimination policy.


But a Bedford County- based organization says that policy effectively condones those who violate Virginia law.
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((JAY DELANCEY/FAMILY POLICY NETWORK: ACTUALLY THE LAWSUIT AS I UNDERSTAND IT IS BASED ON SODOMY IS A CLASS SIX FELONY IN VIRGINIA, AND THE SCHOOL SYSTEM BASICALLY IS PROTECTING SODOMY. THEY'RE ALLOWING ANY FACULTY MEMBER OR ANY STUDENT WHO ENGAGES IN THIS PRACTICE TO CONTINUE TO ENGAGE IN THAT PRACTICE.))
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DeLancey says two organizations are considering a lawsuit against the school board but have not yet taken any action.


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For more than 60 years, it served as the headquarters for the Norfolk and Western Railway, but very soon, the General Office Building North will fulfill a new mission.
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There is still plenty of work to accomplish on the lower floors, but upstairs, classrooms are almost complete.
The moving vans are due by mid-August, and soon after the Roanoke Higher Education Center will welcome its first students.
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((TOM MCKEON/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: THERE ARE ALWAYS SURPRISES AND THINGS YOU DIDN'T ANTICIPATE WITH AN OLD BUILDING WHEN YOU'RE TRYING TO PUT IT BACK TOGETHER, AND WE'VE RUN INTO ANY NUMBER OF THOSE, BUT THE CONTRACTOR HAS DONE A MARVELOUS JOB OF DOING IT WITHIN THE TIME FRAME. WE HAD SET AN 11-MONTH TIME FRAME FROM THE TIME THE CONSTRUCTION STARTED RIGHT AFTER THE DEMOLITION AND WE'RE GOING TO MAKE IT.))
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Tom McKeon says the higher education center is unlike any other, because it offers such a wide range of educational opportunities... from high school programs and higher education to workforce training and career development.
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Landscaping and other exterior improvements won't be complete for a few months, so officials expect to hold a formal dedication and open house next Spring.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch tries to end her week on a sweet note.

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Break out your sweet tooth because its time to celebrate an American favorite.
It's been around for longer than most of us can remember & it has caused some to turn into chocohalics.
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Jacey Birch is busy in the bakery tempting our taste buds with a desert classic.
Jacey... what's in the oven?
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Coming up today in Sports, we'll have the second day of qualifying from the Brickyard,
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[vo-nat] and on Health check, we'll see how a new type of artificial leg is helping patients keep their balance.
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The world's first completely computer-controlled artificial leg is now available in Roanoke.
And for amputees it's the closest technology has come to the real thing.
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Health Check Reporter Joy sutton has more on how this new technology is making life easier for amputees.
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Keith, It's called the C-Leg.
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And unlike other prosthetic legs, the c-leg allows an amputee to walk naturally without concentrating on the next step..
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Doug Call at Virginia Prosthetics is customizing the C-Leg to fit Chris Stephens.
And with the help of a computer he actually programs the knee to adapt to every move.
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((IT'S THE ONLY KNEE IN THE COUNTRY THAT HAS AN ON BOARD MICROPROCESSOR WHICH BASICALLY THINKS FOR THE AMPUTEE.))
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Stephens says with his last prosthesis, he was always concerned about falling, especially when he was on a hill or uneven terrain.
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((CHRIS STEPHENS: I KNEW IT WAS THERE FOR ME BUT IT WAS A LACK OF COMFORT KNOWING AT ANYTIME IT COULD BUCKLE. WHICH KIND OF LEFT ME WATCHING WHAT I WAS DOING EVERYWHERE I WENT))
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With Stephen's previous artificial leg there were only two adjustments for the knee.
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((DOUG CALL: ONCE THIS KNEE BENDS THERE IS NO CONTROL OTHER THAN THE INITIAL RESISTANCE WE SET INTO THE KNEE AND THAT KNEE WILL BUCKLE AND THAT PATIENT WILL FALL.))
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But the C-Leg's microprocessor controls how much resistance is put on the knee. If it starts to bend, it allows the patient to recover.
And for Stephens, who recently lost his leg in accident, it's given him new hope.
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((CHRIS STEPHENS: IT REALLY MEANS A LOT TO ME. I KNOW WITH TIME I'LL BE ABLE TO DO PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING I WAS ABLE TO DO BEFORE))
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And For Sidney Nicley who has been an amputee most of his life, he can now ride a bike with greater ease.
And for the first time in his life can walk down stairs, without holding on.
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((SIDNEY NICLEY:I HAVE A VERY SHORT RESIDUAL LIMB. ONLY ABOUT TWO INCHES OF FEMUR TO BE ABLE TO DO THAT IS SORT OF UNHEARD OF))
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Virginia Prosthetics is the only facility certified in Virginia and North Carolina to fit the c-leg.

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Chalk one up for artistic freedom.
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The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has put out a new policy for future lectures and special programs.
The new guidelines would still permit Lexington photographer Sally Mann to show her controversial photos of nude family members.
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((RICHARD WOODWARD/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: WE ENGAGE SPEAKERS BECAUSE OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL STATURE AND ACUMEN ON A CERTAIN SUBJECT, AND THERE IS AN ELEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL RESPECT AND INTEGRITY THAT THE MUSEUM ENTERS INTO IN THAT AGREEMENT.))

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The guidelines are in response to Governor Jim Gilmore blasting some photos Mann displayed in May as "lewd" and "outrageous," and inappropriate for display in a state building.
Gilmore responded to the Museum's action as he got off the plane from the G-O-P convention this afternoon.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WELL, LET'S SEE WHAT HAPPENS THERE. BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING ABOUT MY STATEMENT WAS JUST SIMPLY TO RECOGNIZE THAT THERE ARE PLACES WHERE YOU CAN CROSS THE LINE, AND PARTICULARLY MISUSING THE PICTURES OF CHILDREN IS A PLACE WHERE WE DON'T WANT TO BE.))
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Sally Mann tells NEWS 7: "The Virginia Museum has responded in a sincere and dignified way to the the implied threat and the patently political issue concocted by Governor Gilmore. "
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Welcome folks to the end of the work week two minute sports ticker. We begin tonight with yet another NASCAR practice crash on a flat track.
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Today Jeremy Mayfield crashed in turn three and is now at Methodist hospital with a concussion, but fortunately - no broken bones.
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The 31 year old lost control of his Ford at the entrance to turn three and slammed the driver's side of his car against the outside wall. It took rescue workers 10 minutes to get him out of the car. No word on whether he will attempt to start tomorrow's Brickyard 400.
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The field for tomorrow Brickyard 400 Winston cup event at Indianapolis is now all set. Second round qualifying left Dave Marcis and Steve Grissom out of the race.
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And left Brett Bodine wondering what if. Brett hit the wall yesterday and messed up the aerodynamics on his Ford and ended up just 44th in first round time trials. Today Bodine went out and cranked out a lap that would have won him the pole as he traveled the circuit at 181 point 072 miles an hour. As it is he will start 26th. Here's the rest of second round qualifying.
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The Washington Redskins open the preseason tonight in Tampa against the Buccaneers. It's a chance for Skins's fans everywhere to see what the new Millionaire's Club looks like - but many of the Millionaires won't be playing. Stephen Davis, Bruce Smith and Darrell Green are being held out of the game,
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but Deion Sanders will suit up tonight and at least play part of the first half. Look for Prime Time to be matched up against Keyshawn Johnson. Brad Johnson and the first string Redskins' offense will be on the field for the first 20 plays and then Jeff George will take over the controls. Rookie quarterback Todd Husak is expected to get most of the snaps tonight.
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Have a safe weekend everybody. Keith will be right back to wrap up this half hour of News 7.

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The last few weeks have been one big party for Britain's Queen mother and finally her big day has arrived. She turned 100 years old today. Kimberly Dozier reports from London.
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((She made it. A full century. Grandson Prince Charles at her side, there was NO way the Queen Mother was going to celebrate sitting down.

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> >Every hundred-year old gets a Birthday card from the queen -- though THIS >one came with a personal message from the Queen Mum's daughter. She needed >just a little help opening it. (show equerry with sword) > >Then it was off to Buckingham Palace, giving that royal wave she perfected. >
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>"I think she's a really nice lady". >"She took on the job obviously not wanting to in the first place and she's >done her duty the whole way though. She's never wavered, has she? And she >was great during the war and she's been great the whole way through." > NARR;She was a duchess...then a reluctant queen when Edward abdicated for >American divorcee Wallis Simpson. Her sense of fashion, then her bravery >won people's hearts -- she refused to leave during World War Two, even >after Buckingham Palace was bombed. > >The Queen Mum has since become everyone's feisty, opinionated grandmother >-- a sweet little lady in public, who's iron will earned her the title 'The >Enforcer' among palace staff. She's also earned an elder's eccentricity -- >her love of the racetrack and fondness for drink, endearing her to a >nation. (show toastmasters with champagne bottle) > >(STANDUP/KIMBERLY DOZIER ON CAMERA)In an era when royals are FAR from popular, SHE'S the lady most >Brits would like to share a cup of tea with...or as one seventy-year-old >admirer put it...something, a little stronger. > >(Track:) She's the royal who has seen it all -- two world wars, countless >scandals, and now 100 years...all the >while never losing her grace. >KD, CBS News, London))
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