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Today on News 7 at 5, a local family loses its home to fire,
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also firefighters in Giles County say they have contained the blaze that has already destroyed more than 75 acres.
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Heading toward the weekend with a cooler forecast and now some hopes for rain next week. We'll explain in a few minutes.

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Also today, one of the Beatles has cancer surgery,
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and we'll tell you what new resources are availible to help local doctors with the early detection of breast cancer.
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((THE TEMPERATURES COULD BE GOING UP FIRE ACTIVITY COULD GO ON FOR WEEKS.))
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No rain in sight...Officials contain one local forest fire but worry there may be more to come.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A 75-acre brush fire in Giles County has cast thick smoke over surrounding towns.
Crews say they have the forest fire in Wolf Creek contained- but they are still worried.
New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon joins us now to explain why. Rachel?
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Jean, officials say it's very late in the fire season to have a blaze of this magnitude.
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But they also say it's no mystery as to why lightning strikes started it on Wednesday.
According to Forestry officials were on the tail end of three-year drought.
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((Nats - smoke shots)) The fire burning in Wolf Creek is a smoke signal for the region's desperate need for rain
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((WE'VE BEEN WITHOUT RAIN WERE NOT EXPECTING ANY RAIN FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS THE TEMPERATURES GO UP AND FIRES COULD KEEP GOING ON FOR WEEKS.))
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NATS - officials The lack of precipitation is so serious, Forestry officials are extending the fire season by two weeks. Typically it runs February 15th to May 1st, now fire employees will stay on alert till the middle of the month.
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((DAVID COOPER/VA DEPT. OF FORESTRY; WERE AT 7 INCHES BELOW NORMAL FOR THE YEAR AND YOU ADD TO THAT FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS WERE IN DROUGHT CONDITIONS))
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Dry conditions are a major player in the forest fire seen in Giles County that at it's height had 30 firefighters on the mountain and took an estimated 24-hours to contain.
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((BRAD WRIGHT/VA DEPT. OF FORESTRY; IT'S A LITTLE WARM, HUMIDITY IS GETTING TO THE FIREFIGHTERS, THE TERRAIN IS STEEP BUT WERE ABOUT TO GET IT NOW.))
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And they did get it. at last report it was completely contained. Now even though it was lightning that Forestry officials believe started this blaze, Jean they are warning
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people who do plan on burning, to be careful and check weather conditions in their area.

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Members of a Craig County family lost their home to fire today.
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The log house was located on route 3-11 about five miles from New Castle. The building was in flames when firefighters arrived early this afternoon.
The blaze apparently started in the back of the home. Investigators have not revealed the cause.
No one was home, and no one was hurt.. but most of the family's belongings were destroyed.
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A judge dismissed charges today against a Franklin County School Board member accused by a student of assault.
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The judge said Steve Flora did NOTHING illegal when he touched the 11-year-old boy on the arm at a girl's rec team basketball game at Franklin County High School in March.
Flora said the boy had been harassing his daughter....
And that he was trying to talk to the boy and his parents about it.
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((STEVE FLORA: IT WAS A MATTER OF ONE CHILD BEING OVERLY ABUSIVE AND AGGRESSIVE TO MY CHILD. AND IN AN EFFORT TO MAKE THAT STOP, I TRIED TO HANDLE IT PARENT TO PARENT, WHICH WAS OBVIOUS FROM WHAT WENT ON IN THE COURTROOM, IS NOT ADVISABLE.))
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((JAMES GILLISPIE/BOY'S FATHER: IT IS OK FOR STRANGERS AND SANCTIONED BY THE COURT IN FRANKLIN COUNTY FOR STRANGERS TO GO UP AND GRAB ONTO CHILDREN AT WILL WHENEVER THEY FEEL LIKE IT.))
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11-year-old Billy Gillispie's family says Flora should have tried to speak to them before grabbing the boy.
The judge also dropped a counter charge against the child, alleging that he had cursed at Flora's family.
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Next on the newscast, women in Lynchburg have new resources to aid in the early detection of breast cancer,
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and attorneys for one of the Beatles reveal he is being treated for lung cancer.
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Dramatic video tape is shown in court today- Surveillance video of a 13-year old boy fatally shooting one of his teachers.
Jennifer Jones reports from the West Palm Beach courtroom.
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((THESE IMAGES FROM SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS AT LAKE WORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL ARE THE JURY'S FIRST CHANCE TO SEE THE ACTIONS OF A YOUNG MALE NOW IDENTIFIED AS NATHANIEL BRAZILL.... ON THE DAY OF THE MAY 26TH SCHOOL SHOOTING. THIS PROSECUTION WITNESS DESCRIBED THE SEQUENCE OF IMAGES ... TESTIFYING HOW THE BOY GOES DOWN THE HALLWAY AND TAKES AIM. GRANT FREDERICKS/FORENSIC VIDEO ANALYST: "We see that the person is stepping back and the arms are coming down. This person is now collapsed to the floor." THE PERSON IS BRAZILL'S ENGLISH TEACHER BARRY GRUNOW. AS THE TEEN IS LEAVING, HE TAKES AIM AGAIN. THIS TIME AT ANOTHER TEACHER AND A STUDENT, BUT HE NEVER FIRES. THE TEEN-AGE BOY ONLY UTTERS A FEW WORDS. JOHN JAMES/MATH TEACHER: "I heard this sound saying don't bother me Mr James" AS JURORS LISTENED TO A SECOND DAY OF TESTIMONY, BRAZIL, CHARGED AS AN ADULT FOR FIRST DEGREE MURDER ... SAT ACROSS THE COURTROOM .. NEATLY DRESSED AND APPEARING WELL-MANNERED. BUT ON THE DAY OF THE SHOOTING, ONE WITNESS SAW A VERY DIFFERENT BRAZIL WHO APPROACHED HIM ON THE STREET AND ASKED FOR A GUN. BRANDON SPANN/FORMER LAKE WORTH STUDENT:
"He said he was going to f--- up the school. Did you ask him why he said that? Yes. What did he say? He said he got sus

pended for throwing water balloons." BUT WITH EACH WITNESS DURING CROSS EXAMINATION, BRAZILL'S ATTORNEY TRIED TO SHOW THAT THE TEEN NEVER INTENDED TO KILL MR. GRUNOW. ROBERT UDELL/DEFENSE LAWYER: AT THE TIME OF THE SHOOTING, BRAZIL WAS ONLY THIRTEEN. A CONVICTION OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER WOULD MEAN LIFE IN PRISON WITHOUT PAROLE. BUT THE JURY WILL BE ASKED TO CONSIDER LESSER CHARGES OF SECOND-DEGREE MURDER. JJ, CBS NEWS, WEST PALM BEACH.))



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Doctors have successfully removed a cancerous growth from the lung of former Beatle George Harrison.
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Attorneys for the 58 year old singer say he is in good spirits and is making an excellent recovery. They didn't reveal when the surgery took place, but they say Harrison is now on vacation in Italy. The operation comes three years after Harrison had a cancerous lump removed from his neck. He blamed that tumor on cigarette smoking.
Two years ago Harrison suffered a punctured lung when he was stabbed by a man who broke into his London home.
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A new state- of- the- art medical facility is now helping provide early breast cancer detection for thousands of women in central Virginia.
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Centra Health's new Mammography Screening Center opened this week on Timberlake Road.
The center already sees more than 75 women a day.. that number will grow when a third machine comes on line.
Officials say their breast cancer education efforts are paying off.
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((KAY BOWLING/CANCER CARE SERVICES DIRECTOR: WE WANT YOU TO THINK ABOUT IT LIKE GOING TO GET YOUR TEETH CLEANED, I MEAN IT SHOULD BE A WELLNESS-TYPE THING THAT YOU'RE DOING. AND ONE OF THE STUDIES THAT JUST CAME OUT FROM THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY IS THAT WOMEN WHO HAVE AN ANNUAL SCREENING MAMMOGRAM HAVE A 60 PERCENT GREATER CHANCE OF SURVIVING BREAST CANCER IF THEY'RE DIAGNOSED WITH IT. SO WE'RE REALLY PUSHING THE MESSAGE TO GET THE EXAM DONE.))
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The center will hold an open house this Sunday from 1 to 3.
The old screening center on Tate Springs Road is now closed for renovations.
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Some local nurses say it's time for people to take a greater interest in their health by learning ways to prevent illness.
And that was the focus of a conference today in Roanoke.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details..
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From learning ways to cut back the fat --and salt in the diet --to seminars on everything from complimentary medicine to controlling hypertension -- It was all available at the one-day conference sponsored by the Roanoke Valley Black Nurses Association.
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((ROSA HARDY/ROANOKE VALLEY BLACK NURSES ASSOCIATION: IF YOU LEARN PREVENTATIVE MEASURES. THEN YOU WON'T BE AS SICK. YOU WON'T END UP IN THE HOSPITAL AS MUCH)) [RUNS05]
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The American Heart Association had it's booth at the conference to remind people that heart disease and stroke are still the number one killers in the U-S.
Diet also plays a big role.
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((STACEY FULLER/AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION:THE THING PEOPLE HAVE BEEN MOST SHOCKED ABOUT IS THE AMOUNT OF FAT THIS IS IN BISCUITS AND GRAVY. IT'S 57 GRAMS OF FAT. THAT'S IN ONE SERVING THAT YOU WOULD HAVE FOR BREAKFAST)) [RUNS09]
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In comparison to an apple of strawberry that only has a trace of fat.
And for those looking for herbal remedies or ways to relieve stress --the Herbal Corner offered some options --like stress relief packs.
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And there was also information available about programs available for seniors in Virginia --like the medical patrol project -- to help seniors avoid fraud and abuse in the Medicare -Medicaid system.
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The Roanoke Valley Black Nurses Association also hopes this conference will also encourage more people to go into nursing at a time when there is a nationwide shortage.
Joy Sutton, News7, Roanoke County.))

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Betty and Richard Martin don't have to look to see if it's rainy or damp outside.
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The Martins say the high voltage power lines which cross their Floyd County property answer that question for them. The Martins say the lines roar so loud when it's damp they can hear it inside their home.
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The Martins inherited their 100- acre farm along with the high voltage lines and towers, which were built in the 80's.
You can hear more about life under the line-- as we examine the impact eminent domain has had on people's lives tonight on NEWS 7 at six.
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Still to come on the newscast, Jacey Birch will introduce us to someone who has a large collection of some small trees.

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Trimming and sculpting bonsai (bone-zai) plants isn't half as hard as actually growing the japanese artform.

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Today Jacey Birch takes us to the garden of one guru who knows everything about the miniature trees.
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The dispute between NASCAR and the maker of its seat belts takes an unexpected turn. Mike Stevens will have that today in Sports.
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And then we'll have the latest information as the nation anxiously awaits the identity of tonight's final surivor.
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A combination of profit taking and lingering concerns about the economy pushed the stock markets lower today.
Here's Alexis Christoforous with today's marketwatch.
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University of Virginia athletic director Terry Holland stepped down yesterday and his longtime friend and co-worker Craig Littlepage stepped right in to once again serve as the University's interim Athletic director.
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This afternoon Littlepage confirmed that he definitely would like to have the job full-time, but understands that a national search is a necessity from several reasons. Littlepage also says he has known Holland was considering stepping down for more than a year. Plans for Holland's resignation have been in the works for three months.
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We'll hear from Craig Littlepage tonight on News 7 at Six.

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Just when it looked like the Dale Earnhardt seatbelt investigation couldn't get any more bizarre - it did. Today was the day that Bill Simpson, the manufacturer of the seat belts was supposed to meet with NASCAR officials and break bread.
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Simpson arrived at NASCAR headquarters today and then waited 15 minutes in the lobby before being told that he not didn't have an appointment, AND that lawyers didn't want to the two sides to talk.
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Simpson is still demanding an apology from NASCAR and a retraction. He certainly won't get either today.
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Four University of West Virginia football players are in trouble with the law in Morgantown. Linebacker Adam Lehnortt, tackle Lance Nimmo, center Zach Dillow and defensive back MIke Henshaw were all charged with disorderly conduct over the weekend. They also face charges ranging from underage consumption of alcohol to obstructing justice. The arraignment for the players is scheduled for June 10th.
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Coming up on News 7 at six we'll tell you why the Virginia Lottery is banking on a winner this weekend in Richmond. And we'll head to Rural Retreat and check in on a stingy baseball team. Take care everyone. Jean will be back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]


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The three month wait is almost over for fans of the TV show- Survivor Island.
And tonight millions are expected to watch to find out who survived the outback and takes home the one million dollar prize.
Teri Okita is in Los Angeles for the countdown.
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(( For weeks now Tina, Colby and Keith have survived crocodiles , flooding , food shortage and each-other. They've had plenty of time to think about their strategy. A look back at interviews before they landed in the Outback is a good indication if they followed their gut instincts. At the time it seemed that Tina would be almost too nice to win. Tina Wesson/Survivor castaway If you kick off all the mean people - hateful snotty nasty people - maybe you will be left with all the good happy fun people." She's in the final 3 ...a close second to Colby as the favorite to win. With his string of immunity and award challenge wins...Colby seems primed for the million. Here was his game plan going into the outback. Colby Donaldson/Survivor Castaway. "I am a leader - and enjoy that - and have no problems taking control - however every good chief needs to know when to be an Indian." Keith appears to be the long-shot of the 3 - Keith says his strategy would be to take things day by day and avoid confrontation. Keith Famie/Survivor Castaway - I think I get along with people very well I have an extremely long fuse and I'm a good sport when I loose. The votes cast at the final tribal council have been kept secret even the castaways don't know who won. The final 3 do know they'll take home at least 85 thousand dollars. Second place wins one hundred thousand.)) [Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]