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Today on News 7 at 5, police hope a composite sketch will help them find a man accused of causing a fatal accident recently on Interstate 81,
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also French investigators say they know what caused a Concorde jet to crash.
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After some strong storms last night... a refreshing change is headed our way....

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There's good news for Pulaski High School. We'll have the details.
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and we'll see why some people believe allowing musicians in surgery can create more harmony in the operating room.
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There are still few if any leads to who is responsible for a fatal accident on Interstate 81 last month, but the victims parents are still searching.
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Amy Whisler was driving near the Arcadia exit on July 21 when witnesses saw a man tailgating her car. Whisler attempted to change lanes, but she hit a tractor trailer and flipped her car in the median. Her parents say they are searching for answers and want the man responsible to come forward.
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State police believe a composite sketch they are making of the man could be the big break they need on the case. We'll have more on this story tonight on News 7 at 6.

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A man who killed his brother agreed to go to jail -- even though a jury refused to convict him.
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Roger (Bruff-man) Broughman shot his brother Rocky one night last January because he says, Rocky reached for a gun. A jury could not agree on a conviction -- so, rather than face a second trial and a possible murder conviction, Broughman pleaded guilty to manslaughter. He will serve six months in jail. A firearms charge was dropped as part of the plea agreement.
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Investigators think they may have found the cause of last month's Concorde crash-
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They say a strip of metal that they've found on the runway where the jet took off probably punctured one of the jet's tires.
And they say the debris would have turned into a projectile- damaging part of the plane's wing including some fuel tanks.
The result investigators say was a big fuel leak and a fire.
The plane was in flames as it left the ground- and crashed into a hotel not far from the airport-
113 people were killed in the crash.
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Keeping planes safe and on time is the topic of talk in Washington today-
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A new effort is underway between the airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration to cut down on airplane delays.
The F-A-A says weather is a big factor affecting delays.
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The F-A-A will work closely with airlines to develop plans to minimize delays.

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The Southern Christian Leadership Conference is accusing the Danville Police Department of racial profiling...the practice of targeting people because of race.
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Members say the practice is unfair to blacks, but it has been going on for years in Danville.
At a press conference this morning, the group focused on one family. Sandra McCain has a daycare in her home. She says she called 911 after being attacked by a parent. After officers arrived they arrested Mccain who is black instead of the parent who is white.
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The Danville Police Department reviews all complaints against the department.
Hear more about the department's response to racial profiling and plans of the SCLC at six.
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A troubled N-F-L player faces traffic charges in Fincastle. We'll have the details after this break.
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and the Reform Party kicks off its convention amid accusations and name calling.
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A former Miami Dolphins player must pay a thousand dollars and turn in his license for speeding through Botetourt County.
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Dimitrius Underwood said he going to training camp for the Dallas Cowboys when police nabbed him going 95 miles an hour on Interstate 81. Today he appealed his earlier sentence without showing up. A judge tripled his fine to a thousand dollars but took his license for six months instead of a year.
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((DEMETRIUS HAS A WELL-DOCUMENTED BIPOLAR PROBLEM WHICH IS NOW UNDER CONTROL. BUT AT THE TIME HE WASN'T UNDER THE MEDICATION AND COUNSELING THAT HAS TURNED HIS LIFE AROUND.))
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Underwood left the Minnesota Vikings camp suddenly and sacrificed an almost two million dollar signing bonus to pursue

the ministry. He then tried to kill himself -- and escaped from a mental health center that he'd entered on his own. He has another speeding conviction in Pennsylvania.
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Money troubles for the nation's largest theater chain could leave movie-goers in the dark.
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Carmike Cinemas filed bankruptcy yesterday. The company says they've been "over screening" the U-S by building too many new giant mega-plexes while failing to close enough older, underperforming screens.
Carmike has 85 screens in Virginia and three theaters in the Roanoke Valley.
Managers at those theaters say it's business as usual, for now.
The company IS undergoing major re-organization.
No word yet on how many theaters will close.
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It appears that last month's explosion WON'T keep Pulaski County High School from opening on time.
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Officials say natural gas and electricity sparked the explosion that destroyed the school's mechanical room.
It took out the electricity, air conditioning, water and gas.
But the room's being rebuilt quickly.
School officials expect to have water and electricity restored before classes start August 23rd.
They'll have fresh air blowing through the air ducts until the air conditioning is back on line.
In the meantime, classes will get out at 1:30.
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It isn't smiles and cheers at the Reform Party Convention- but instead choas and dissention.
Some delegates are resentful over Pat Buchanan's candidacy for president- saying he's trying to hijack the convention.
Terio Okita reports from Long Beach, California.
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((UNLIKE OTHER CONVENTIONS HIGHLIGHTING UNITY, THE REFORM PARTY CONVENTION HAS BEEN LADEN WITH CHAOS AND DISSENTION.

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A SPLINTER GROUP THAT INCLUDES LOYALISTS TO PARTY FOUNDER ROSS PEROT, BACKS A LITTLE KNOWN CANDIDATE NAMED JOHN HAGELIN. THE 46-YEAR-OLD PHYSICIST FEELS CONFIDENT ALL PARTYMEMBERS WILL SOON RALLY AROUND HIM. John Hagelin/Reform Party Presidential Candidate Now, Ive done this before. I have built third parties and political movements in the past. The switch right now is ripe for a rapid expansion of this party. THE MAJORITY OF PARTYMEMBERS SUPPORT 61-YEAR-OLD CONSERVATIVE COMMENTATOR PAT BUCHANAN WHO CLAIMS HE ALREADY HAS ENOUGH VOTES TO CAPTURE THE NOMINATION. HAGELIN BACKERS SAY THE PROCESS WAS ILLEGAL. BUCHANAN SUPPORTERS RESPOND: THATS JUST SOUR GRAPES.
Violet Vestevich/Buchanan Supporter: We just have a few minority of Hagelin supporters here that are trying to disrupt the convention because theyre sore losers and we have won this convention by working in the trenches. OTHER INDEPENDENTS ENJOY WATCHING THE TWO SIDES FIGHT IT OUT AMUSED THAT ITS NOT POLITICS AS USUAL. Michael Howard/Reform Party Member: I love it because its not that scripted convention and a convention is, it used to be, you got together, the good old-fashioned way, and you fought it out. HOURS AFTER THE CONVENTION WAS TO HAVE STARTED, WORKERS WERE STILL SETTING UP FOR THE EVENT. DELAYS AND DISSENTION ASIDE, THE OFFICIAL PARTY VOTE IS SCHEDULED FOR TOMORROW. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, LONG BEACH.))


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It's Thursday and that means it's time for Jacey Birch and this week's edition of Growin' It.
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This summer's mix of rain and sun has helped out local farmers in the growing fields... especially in the vegetable department.
In this week's Growin It, jacey Birch takes us to one local farm to get a sample of what's currently available for your dinner table.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll have highlights of last night's Third Eye Blind Concert,
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[vo-nat] and on Health Check, we'll see why doctors believe putting patients' records on the internet will lead to better health care.
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Carilion Family Medicine in Christiansburg is one four sites in the country now testing out a program to allow patients to view their medical records on-line.
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It's called About My Health, and as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us hundreds of patients are already logging-on.
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Jean,
Doctors hope this will improve communication between the patient and
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the physician, and as well reducing the number of medical errors that occur when patients see different health care providers.
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Patients at Carilion Family Medicine in Christiansburg now have the option of going on-line to , about-my-health-dot-net, and putting in their name a pin number, and pulling up a good portion of their medical record.
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((DR. BRENT LAMBERT/CARILION FAMILY MEDICINE: IT INCLUDES THEIR PROBLEM LIST, THEIR MEDICATION LIST, AND THEIR PAST MEDICAL HISTORY, THEIR ALLERGIES, CERTAIN DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION. FROM THIS SITE THE PATIENT HAS THE ABILITY TO USE THIS TO REVIEW AND TO PRINT THAT INFORMATION))
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Carilion Primary Care doctors are already in the process of transferring all paper charts to an electronic medical record, which is integrated with the program.
The on-line information is updated every 24 hours.
Doctor Brent Lambert say it will decrease medical errors.
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((DR. BRENT LAMBERT:IF THE PATIENT HAS THE ABILITY TO PRINT THIS INFORMATION AND TAKE IT WITH THEM WHEN THEY GO SEE SOMEBODY ELSE. THERE'S A BETTER CHANCE THAT THE PROVIDERS CAN COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER AND UNDERSTAND WHAT THE OTHER PROVIDER IS DOING))
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But Doctor Lambert agrees that not everyone is comfortable with having their private information on the Internet.
But he says as time goes on, people will realize this system is probably as secure as other types of record keeping.


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While you must sign-up at the doctors office in Christiansburg to participate in the program, you can check-out the website, and take a tour.
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For a link to that website, you can go to our website, at WDBJ 7, dot com.
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Jean Once again this is a pilot program, but Dr. Lambert says Carilion will most likely adopt the program system wide in the near future.


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Many doctors use music to help ease the tension in the operating room, but a Texas hospital has taken that one step further. It uses live musicians. Terisa Estacio has more.
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(The soothing sounds of a harp are not what you would expect in an

operating room. But, here in San Antonio, Texas they are part of a study examining the possible healing effects music may have on a patient undergoing surgery.
So far, the results on recorded music are sound.

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took for 24 hours. And the patients that had the harp music took 47 percent less pain medication.)
Harpist Laurie Buchanan believes providing live music rather than a tape or cd offers a unique opportunity.

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wheras when you have recorded music, youre stuck with whatever you have. If we need faster music or slower music or quiet music, especially in regards to heart rates, it works.
Exploring the power of music in medicine is nothing new, Florence Nightingale tackled the subject in her popular book on nursing. Nurse Reilly hopes by taking a more scientific approach it will make an impact. So far, patients are on her side. TE, CBS NEWS
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We start the Thursday Ticker on the gridiron in Lexington, where the Keydets met the media today.
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The 2000 VMI football team returns 44 lettermen.
Both the offense and defense only lost one starter from 1999's one and 10 season.
This season the Keydets will flash a new look on offense to start the millennium.
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The Liberty Flames also held their preseason football gathering today.
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Tonight on News 7 at six, we will hear from first year head coach Ken Karcher and see what's up with the Flames in 2000.
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Jeff Gordon and his Winston Cup buds turn their focus to Watkins Glen this weekend for the Global Crossing at the Glen, the 21st of the 34 races on the schedule this season.
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Gordon has won a record six straight road course races, including last year's ride at te Glen. He got a good jump on Ron Fellows on the last restart to solidify his title as NASCAR's road warrior.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - the Friday Football Extra preseason action continues as we visit with the Cave Spring Knights.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 13096] And speaking of Cave - former Knight Tiki Barber will be in the house on Your Hometown Station tomorrow night as the New York Giants take on the Jacksonville Jaguars at 8 right here on WDBJ-7. Take care everybody and have a good night.
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Third Eye Blind started in San Francisco.
Last night the chart topping group made its way to Salem- We had the chance to talk with lead singer Stephan Jenkins and check out some of the show.
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((nat sound music Their music has sold 5- million copies- and sent these San Francisco musicians up the charts- Thousands of fans came out in Salem to see Third Eye Blind- and lead singer Stephen Jenkins.
STEPHAN JENKINS/THIRD EYE BLIND: THIS IS THE BEST TOUR WE'VE EVER DONE THIS IS THE BEST WE'VE PLAYED,,, BEST EVER FELT, REALLY IT'S LIKE SUMMER CAMP. The young faces may remind you of summer camp- but Jenkins says the groups fans range in age from 14 to 40. Whatever the age- the fans come out to see third eye blind. BECAUSE I LIKE THEIR MUSIC AND BECAUSE THEY'RE COOL. I LIKE THIRD EYE BLIND. I LIKE THEIR MUSIC. I JUST LIKE THEIR STYLE AND IT'S MORE MELLOW.. QUALITY TO THEM.. YEA SOMETHING LIKE THAT. DITTO. LAUGHTER. THIRD EYE BLIND FANS ARE REALLY INCREDIBLE... THAT WE DO.
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