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Today on News 7 at 5, a former N-F-L player from Charlotte goes on trial. Rae Carruth is accused of having his pregnant girlfriend murdered.
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and 100 local workers are concerned about their jobs as their emloyer tells them the company is up for sale. [Weather-Head]
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The sun is still in control but the clouds are beginning to play a bigger role... and a few showers could be here by the end of the week. It's all coming up in the forecast.

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In Health Check, a popular entertainer develops encephalitis.
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and authorities believe they have pinpointed another source of contamination for a local river.
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Former Football Str Rae Carruth goes on trial this week for the murder of his girlfriend.
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Carruth's girlfriend was pregnant at the time.
She died, but the baby survived.
Now as Jennifer Jones reports, Carruth is on trial in Charlotte- for the murder.
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[SUPER=01-Theodry Carruth/Defendant's Mother; (second time you see her)]
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(( Hordes of media standby outside the Mecklenburg County courthouse, as jury selection begins for the murder trial of former NFL player Rae Carruth, the last leg of an 11-month journey. Some of the final words of Cherica Adams...pregnant with Carruth's child, just moments after Adams was shot while driving through a Charlotte suburb last November.
Te baby survived, a month later Adams died and the hunt began for Rae Carruth. Free on bond and ordered not to leave the Charlotte area, Authorities found Carruth in the trunk of a car in western Tennessee. Theodry Carruth, Defendant's Mother Can't anybody understand he was scared. -- Carruth's mother on a crusade defending her son... One of 4-men charged in Adams murder. Theodry Carruth, Defendant's Mother I looked him in his eye and said rae did you do this, did you have anything to do with this and my son said no.
Would he have told you if he had? yes, yes But prosecutors say the Carolina Panther was the mastermind of Adams' murder. The motive they say was to avoid paying child support. As part of a plea deal, the state's key witness is the admitted triggerman, Van Brett Watkins. Watkins is expected to give jurors details of the so-called murder plot all mapped out by Rae Carruth. But in recent days, the defense has talked about a note that could changed the direction of the trial. A note from a Jailer who says Watkins admitted to him that he shot Adams out of frustration of trying to get to Carruth after Carruth reneged on a promise to give Watkins money for a drug deal.))


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There is talk of peace but no sign of it in Israeli streets today.
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More clashes between Israeli's and Palestinians.
Israeli forces are clamping down on Palestinian areas.
Both sides claim Jerusalem as their own- neither sides appears likely to back down.
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((RON GISSIN/ISRAELI MILITARY SPOKESMAN: IF ANYONE IN PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY BELIEVES OR THINKS HE IS GOING TO TAKE JERUSALEM INTO BEURUT, WE HAVE SOME SUPRISES FOR HIM))
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[OUT Q=suprises for him.]
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Israel's Prime Minister, Ehud Barak has called for an open ended "time-out" on the peace process until Palestinians stop the violence.
Yasser Arafat said Palestinains would keep fighting for independence-
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((YASSER ARAFAT/PALESTINIAN LEADER: MY RSPONSE IS OUR PEOPLE ARE CONTINUING THEIR ROAD TO JERUSLAEM TO THE CAPITAL OF OUR INDEPENDENT PALESTINIAN STATE.. TO ACCEPT OR NOT ACCEPT, LET THEM GO TO HELL.))
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Arab leaders are blaming Israel for the violence and called for international intervention.
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A local technology company is up for sale, and 100 jobs are on the line.
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The Network Access Systems division of Litton Industries in Roanoke- is being sold.
It's one of 24 high-tech "defense divisions" nationwide.
The plant specializes in video conference technology and fiber optics.
Litton is negotiating the sale now.
Mangement expects it to be complete within the next two days.
No word yet on how many employees will lose their jobs.
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Chuck Robb's reaching back 12 years to try to energize his Democratic base.
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In last night's final U-S Senate debate, Robb read a list of votes Allen cast as a member of Virginia's House of Delegates on issues of discrimination.
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((SEN. CHUCK ROBB/D-U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE: AND FINALLY YOU VOTED TO ALLOW THE STATE TO LICENSE PRIVATE CLUBS THAT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST WOMEN AND MINORITIES. GEORGE WOULD STILL VOTE THE SAME WAY TODAY ON ANY OF THESE ISSUES? AND IF YOU WOULD, HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR COMMITMENT TO FIGHTING DISCRIMINATION? GEORGE ALLEN: SENATOR, I DON'T KNOW WHAT THESE PARTICULAR BILLS ARE AND I'M SURE YOU'LL SHARE THEM WITH THE MEDIA ONCE WE'RE ALLY THROUGH AND I'M SURE THEY'RE DISTORTING MY RECORD.))
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In 1988, George Allen was one of only two votes against a measure that would have denied A-B-C licenses to private clubs if they restricted their membership on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, or sex.
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Allen says he's worked for equality through access to education, safe communities, and pro-enterprise tax and regulatory policies.

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Coming up next on the newscast, one of America's favorite television moms says a hangover helped her get her part,


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and two Roanoke schools receive some new gifts from the justice community.
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A man who's tip led police to raid the wrong house was found guilty today of lying to authorities.
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Police informant Johnny Wayne Sexton was ordered to repay town police 760-dollars for two doors busted down during the May drug raid.
On his bogus tip, authorities searched the home of William and Geneva Summers in the middle of the night.
They did not find any drugs -- just two frightened residents.
The Summers family has retained the help of Dublin attorney Tommy Baker.
Baker says the family may file suit against the town police for not checking out the tip.
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Leesville Lake -- known for its striped bass population -- is now jumping with homebuilders.
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Developers have cast their lines into the relatively undeveloped lake -- and homebuyers are snatching up the bait. But before plunking down your cash -- there's something you should know. The depth of Leesville Lake changes everyday by up to 13 feet, as water's pumped in and out to make electricity.
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((TOM KIRSOP/PROPERTY SALESMAN: I EQUATE IT TO THE TIDE. I GREW UP IN SEATTLE AND EQUATE IT TO THE PUGET SOUND. THE TIDE COMES IN AND OUT EVERYDAY TWICE A DAY. AS LONG AS YOU KNOW THAT AND UNDERSTAND THAT IT'S NOT A PROBLEM.))
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But there are hidden costs -- such as building a floating dock and taking extra steps to protect the shoreline from erosion. Hidden hazards include debris that juts up when the water's low, particularly dangerous for unfamiliar boaters. What's NOT getting hurt, it seems, is the housing business.
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((SAM SKILLMAN/HOMEBUYER: WE'RE REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO GETTING DOWN HERE. THE PEOPLE WE'VE MET WE'VE REALLY LIKED SO FAR.))
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People who know the lake recommend seeing all parts of Leesville Lake at different levels before buying property.
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Two Roanoke Schools will benefit from a new partnership with a group of criminal justice professionals.
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Today, Members of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice presented uniforms to students at the Noel C. Taylor Learning Academy.
The Southwest Virginia Chapter formed in March, and now includes about 20 members from Danville, Martinsville and the Roanoke Valley.
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((WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT ANY COMMUNITY AGENCY THAT COMES FORTH AND WANTS TO BE PART OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM, AND THE CONTRIBUTION THAT THEY'VE DONE HERE AND THE THINGS THAT THEY'LL BE DOING IN THE FUTURE, ESPECIALLY ALONG THE LINES OF MENTORING AND THOSE KINDS OF THINGS.))
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Proceeds from a recent fundraising event also allowed the group to donate a selection of baby products to Roanoke's Maternal and Infant Education Center.
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It's been off the air for years, but fans of the old CBS show "The Waltons" are still carrying a torch for their favorite television family.
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The Waltons International Fan Club wrapped up its annual get- together with a luncheon today with Michael Learned
(LERN-id), the actress who played Olivia Walton.


Learned told the crowd she got the part after some decidedly UN- Olivia-like behavior the night before.. she was hung over and depressed when she walked in for her audition.
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((MICHAEL LEARNED/"OLIVIA WALTON": THIS IS HOW IMPERFECT I AM, AND TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT, THE NEXT DAY I ARRIVE FOR MY HOLLYWOOD SCREEN TEST WITH EYES LIKE THIS FROM CRYING AND HUNG OVER AND GOT THE PART OF THE MOTHER OF AMERICA. (applause) SO IF YOU HAD ANY ILLUSIONS ABOUT WHO I AM, YOU NOW KNOW THE FULL TRUTH.))
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Learned signed autographs for fans after her speech.
Some had traveled from as far away as California to attend this weekend's events.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll see where fans of really bad horror movies can find a friend on the web,
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and we'll have an update on entertainer Liza Minelli after doctors say she contracted a potentially fatal illness.
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Today in Sports, Steve Mason will check in with the Cavaliers of U-V-A after a tough loss this weekend,
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and we'll see why singer Clint Black may be too busy to just kill time.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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For months, state officials have been investigating PCB contamination in the Staunton River.
And now they believe they've found a possible source.
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Authorities say results show that a waste storage pond at the Altavista treatment plan is seeping the cancer causing chemical into the river.
The P-C-B sediment at the plant was measured at 600 parts per million. Generally, the Environmental Protection Agency targets clean-up in areas where concentrations are above 50.
The EPA will be working with state officials to investigate the contamination further and develop a clean-up plan.


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In January, officials found that B-G-F Industries in Altavista was also a source of contamination. The company is expected to start that clean-up around the spring of next year.


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President Clinton today signed a law that requires each state to lower its legal blood alcohol limit to .08 percent. While that is the current level in Virginia, 32 states still use .1 percent.
As Gretchen Carlson reports, the idea has both its supporters and its critics.
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((IT HAPPENS ONCE EVERY 33 MINUTES ... A DRUNK DRIVING ACCIDENT THAT KILLS A MOTHER, A FATHER, A CHILD.

(S0T) Millie Webb/MADD President

"My daughter Laurie who was burned almost 73% suffered 2 weeks before she died."
MILLIE WEBB KNOWS. HER DAUGHTER WAS KILLED BY A DRUNK DRIVER 29 YEARS AGO.
TODAY, AS PRESIDENT OF MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING, SHE STOOD NEXT TO PRESIDENT CLINTON TO ANNOUNCE THE NEW POINT-O-8 DRUNK DRIVING LAW.

(S0T) President Clinton



(STAND-UP) Gretchen Carlson Reporting


THIS IS WHAT THE NEW LAW MEANS FOR AN AVERAGE AMERICAN WHO GOES OUT FOR DRINKS AND THEN DRIVES. A 170 POUND MAN WOULD HAVE TO DRINK 4 DRINKS ON AN EMPTY STOMACH IN AN HOUR TO REACH THE .08 LIMIT. A WOMAN AT APPROXIMATELY 137 POUNDS WOULD ONLY HAVE TO HAVE THREE.
18 STATES HAVE ALREADY ADOPTED THE NEW .08 BLOOD LAW. OTHER STATES WILL HAVE TO COMPLY BY 2004, OR FACE LOSING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN FEDERAL FUNDING.
BUT OPPONENTS SAY THE NEW LAW WILL PENALIZE SOCIAL DRINKERS INSTEAD OF CRACKING DOWN ON THE REAL PROBLEM.

(SOT) John Doyle/American Beverage Institute

"Until you get to alcoholism you will not reach these people who are over-represented in drunk driving deaths. You can punish all day long but these people when they get out of jail are going to get behind the wheel of the car and they're going to kill somebody."
STILL, MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING CLAIMS THE NEW LAW WILL SAVE 500 LIVES A YEAR ... LIVES PEOPLE LIKE MILLIE WEBB CAN'T GET BACK.

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"We urge those states to act quickly. Time lost equals lives lost."
GRETCHEN CARLSON, CBS, NEWS.
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Actress Liza Minelli is battling viral encephilitis in a Florida Hospital- tonight Doctors say she is recovering.
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The mosquito borne illness causes inflammation of the brain and can be fatal if not treated.
The 54 year old performer was treated for the ailment two weeks ago and released, but doctors say she became dehydrated at home and had to return to the hospital.
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((DR. MAURICE HANSON/NEUROLOGIST: SHE WAS QUITE SICK AND IN A VERY SERIOUS CONDITION, BUT IS NOW RECOVERING WELL AND WE EXPECT TO RELEASE HER IN A FEW DAYS.))
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It was October 8th that paramedics discovered Minnelli in a semiconscious state at her home. She had partial paralysis, slurred speech and drooping facial muscles. Rescue officials thought she had suffered a stroke.
Today doctors say Minelli is in great spirits and should make a full recovery.
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*****Wipe********Wipe********Wipe***
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The news is even better for country singer Clint Black and his wife.
Lisa Hartman Black is expecting the couple's first child. The baby's due in May. Black told a white lie to his fans while he was waiting for the news to be confirmed. He said his wife couldn't sing with him in concert because she had to return to Los Angeles to have her hair done.
Now it turns out that she's not traveling with him because she's pregnant.
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Coming off a 37-3 loss to Florida State, Virginia doesn't have time for the pain as dangerous UNC is up next. Steve Mason has more.
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The Executive Director of the Virginia Sports hall of fame and museum is in town tonight speaking at the monthly meeting of the Roanoke Valley Sports Club.
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[SUPER=03-Portsmouth; :00]

The hall of fame and museum is housed in a very outdated and undersized building on High Street in Olde Towne Portsmouth. Tonight Webb will tell those in attendance about the plans for a new $9 million facility - one that is moving closer to being a reality with each passing day.
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If you would like to hear Webb's talk tonight at the Salem Civic Center, the festivities begin at 5:45 with a social hour. $15 at the door will get you in for the talk, the socail time and dinner.

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The Virginia Tech Hokies have another Big East honor of which to boast tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Syracuse, NY/Last Saturday; :00]

Earlier today, the conference announced that sophomore free safety Willie Pile is this week's Big East defensive player of the week. Pile tied both the Tech and the Big East single game record by intercepting three passes against the Syracuse Orangemen last Saturday night. Pile leads Tech with 5 picks this season.
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[TALENT=MIKE]
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at 6 in the Tech 2000 report, we'll explore what's up with the first BCS standing that are coming out tonight. Take care everybody and have a safe night.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Our website of the day is for fans of the old days when mad scientists, vampires, and ghouls hosted late night monster movies on Saturday nights.
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One of the best known in this part of the country was Washington D-C's Count Gore De Vol.
From 1973 to 1987, the Count brought movie fans the best, and more likely the worst, horror movies Hollywood had to offer.
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[OUT Q=new coffin laughs...]
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Proving that you can't keep a good vampire down, Gore De Vol has moved his Creature Feature to the world wide web.
Currently the Count is hosting an old serial known as the Phantom Creep starring Bela Lugosi.
In addition to the weekly webcast, the site offers movie and book reviews as well some really bizarre links to Halloween sites.
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