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Today on News 7 at 5, the teenager on trial for fatally shooting his teacher admits he pulled the trigger.
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and a local man is arrested and charged with murdering his estranged wife. [Weather-Head]
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Also today, a consumer group accuses beer makers of targeting underage drinkers with its new products.
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and we'll see a new program that helps parents when their children are too sick to go to school.
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((WHAT RIGHT DID YOU HAVE TO SHOOT THAT MAN BETWEEN THE EYES? NATE BRAZILL/DEFENDANT: I DIDN'T DO IT INTENTIONALLY.))
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A 14-year old accused of murder admits he shot a school teacher.. but he insists it was an accident.

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Under intense quesitoning from the prosecution Nathaniel Brazill admitted he pulled the trigger, but maintained it was not intentional.
Jennifer Jones is in West Palm Beach, Florida with more on Brazill's testimony.
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((Voice of Marc Shiner/Prosecutor: Q:What did Mr Grunow do when he fell to the ground Nathan Brazill? Ans: Nathaniel Brazill : What do you think he did! (deep breath) Relentless questioning by the prosecution finally broke through Nathaniel Brazills composure. Prosecution: What did you do when he fell to the ground? Nathaniel Brazill: I ran Prosecution: Why? NB: Because I was scared. The 14 year old is being tried as an adult for the shooting death of his english teacher Barry Grunow. This school surveillance tape captured the incident. Q&A Prosecutor Mark Shiner/Nathaniel Brazill. didn't intend to shoot the gun...not intentional Prosecutors worked hard at convincing the jury that Brazill is a calculating murderer. But those who have know Nathaniel for years... described a very different person. Sharon Purze/Brazill's 6th grade teacher. Caring, considerate a peacemaker in the classroom. Carol Nicholls /Brazill's Elementary school teacher. Is he easily rattled NO, blow up? NO Jennifer Jones ))

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The House of Representatives has approved a budget for the coming fiscal year that cuts taxes and gives President Bush the spending restraint he wanted.
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The largely party-line vote was 221 to 207 in favor of the budget.
Only six Democrats voted with the Republican majority.
Three Republicans voted against the three TRILLION dollar spending plan.
The plan calls for a one point three TRILLION dollar tax cut.
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The measure goes to the evenly divided Senate where approval is expected as early as tomorrow.

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A Lynchburg man is being held without bond after being charged with killing his wife last month.
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43-year old John Wesley East made his first appearance this afternoon in court.
East is accused of stabbing to death his estranged wife.. Karen Williams East.. in her home April 28th.
Authorities say test results link blood found on John East's clothing to the crime scene.
East was appointed a public defender to handle his case.
He'll be back in court for a preliminary hearing in August.
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He held elective office in Roanoke County for more than 25 years. Commissioner of Revenue Wayne Compton died suddenly Tuesday night, during a visit to Lexington, Kentucky. He was 64 years old.
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Compton was elected to the County Board of Supervisors in 1975. He ran for commissioner of revenue in 1980, and has held that position ever since.
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Chief Deputy Nancy Horn will assume the commissioner's duties until an election is held in November to fill the remainder of Compton's unexpired term.

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A popular musical group's days as artists in residence at Virginia Tech are ending on a sour note.
At midnight tonight the Audubon Quartet's contract with the school expires.
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But the "Valley Music Lovers" are fighting the clock with a campus demonstration today, encouraging the administration to reconsider.
About 50-people showed support for the Quartet, which has recently dealt with infighting and lawsuits between members - the reason Tech gives for not renewing its contract.
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((CHARLES WEISS/VALLEY MUSIC LOVERS: HAVING PETITIONS SIGNED WE'VE HAD PEOPLE WRITING LETTERS AND SENDING E-MAILS AND ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO CONTACT THE ADMINISTRATION IN THE HOPES THEY WOULD LISTEN.))
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The group says they have been in contact with the three members of the Quartet that have been performing together, but not the fourth.
A Tech spokesman says the University's decision a year ago not to renew the contract remains the same.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Joy Sutton will introduce us to a new program that gives parents with sick children an alternative to missing work,
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and we'll tell you why a consumer's group says a new generation of alcoholic brews is targeting the next generation of Americans.
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((NOW YOU LOOK AT THIS AND YOU THINK ITS LEMONADE, THEYRE CLEARLY MARKETED TOWARDS TEENAGERS.))
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A consumer group is warning parents of teenagers about a new kind of alcoholic beverage. They're known as Alco-pops and the fruit flavored brews are apparently becoming a big hit with teens.
Aleen Sirgany has more from Washington.
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((TOO OFTEN...IT'S PART OF TEEN CULTURE ...SNEAKING ALCHOL . AND NOW, SOME GROUPS ARGUE, IT'S BECOME A WHOLE LOT EASIER, THANKS TO THESE FRUIT-FLAVORED ALCOHOLIC DRINKS, KNOWN AS "ALCOPOPS".

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Theyre everywhere. Theyre easier to transport, easier to hide.

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You look at this and you think its lemonade. Theyre clearly market towards teenager.
TRACK: THE LABELS EVEN SAY LEMONADE. BUT THESE ALCOPOPS ARE NO "POP" AT ALL. IN FACT, THESE MALT BEVERAGES HAVE MORE ALCOHOL IN THEM THAN BEER.
STANDUP: Not only do these look like non-alcoholic beverages. Opponents also argue the labels arent even big enough to show that they have alcohol in them at all.

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41% OF KIDS IN A NEW STUDY SAY THEY HAVE TRIED ALCOPOPS. THE STUDY ALSO SHOWS TEENS PREFER THEM TO BEER OR LIQUOR BY A 2 TO 1 MARGIN.
THE CENTER FOR SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST AND OTHER ANTI-DRUG AND ALCOHOL GROUPS ARGUE MANUFACTURERS ARE SPECIFICALLY TARGETING TEENAGERS AND THEY WANT IT TO STOP. THE INDUSTRY MAINTAINS THAT WAS NEVER THE INTENT, AND SAYS IT, TOO, IS CONCERNED.

SOT: Jeff Becker/President, Beer Institute: "With the percentage of

young people saying they've tried our products, we are discouraged and have our work cut out for us."

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Parents shouldnt have to compete with alcohol marketers, they shouldnt have to compete with beverages that lure their kids into drinking because they taste just like soda pop.

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You cant tell theres alcohol in them so a lot of kids they can just drink them straight.
PROOF THAT IF SOMETHING ISNT DONE SOON, THE TEENAGE CRAZE COULD BECOME A TEENAGE TRAGEDY. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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How many times have you used a cell phone while driving?
Many people do- and it's no suprise it's dangerous.
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Today the talk on capitol Hill was about cell phone talk while driving.
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((I THINK ON BALANCE THERE IS FAIRLY CONVICING EVIDENCE THE USE OF CELL PHONES WHILE DRIVING ... THE RISK OF CRASH.)) [BUTT TO 14:08:04] ((THERE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN DISTRACTIONS TUNING IN THE RADIO.. AND TENDING TO CHILDREN... WHILE DRIVING. OUR PROBLEM NOW IS UNDERSTAND THE NEW SET OF DISTRACTIONS... IN VEHICLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES.))
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The National Traffic Safety Administration estimates about 43-hundred accidents a day- or nearly three accidents every minute.. are caused by drivers who are not paying attention.
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In Health Check tonight,
Every day more than 400 children in the Roanoke Valley are too sick to attend school or daycare.
And for many parents that means they will have to stay home from work to care for their child.
But parents now have another alternative.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, Parents can now drop their sick children off at the Get Well Center in Roanoke.
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It's part off the Greenvale School, Incorporated. And its open year round.
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The average child contracts between six to nine colds or viral illness each year.
But parents whose kids attend Greenvale School Incorporated --don't have to worry about taking off from work if their little one becomes sick.
For past six years the school has run an in-house Get Well Center --And now that service is being offered to the public.
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The Get Well Center is a part of the school's Health Care program. It's run by nurses and nurses assistants.
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((THE CHILD GOES TO THE DOCTOR FIRST. THEY BRING THE DIAGNOSTIC SLIP IN --AND THE MEDICATION THE DOCTOR HAS PRESCRIBED. AND WE CAN CARE FOR THAT CHILD AND THE PARENT GO ONTO WORK OR SCHOOL. SO IT REALLY HAS HELPED MINIMIZE THE FRUSTRATIONS THE YOUNG WORKING FAMILIES HAVE WHEN THEIR CHILDREN ARE SICK)) [RUNS16]
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And with the program expanding to the meet the needs of the public --three new rooms have been added --so that the center can care for up to 20 children a day.
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((WE'RE ABLE TO OFFER IT FOR 20 DOLLARS A DAY PER CHILD. AND AN ANNUAL 25 DOLLARS REGISTRATION FEE. WE DO HAVE TO HAVE THE BASIC MEDICAL HISTORY AND IMMUNIZATIONS ON FILE EVERY YEAR)) [RUNS11]
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Parents can drop their child off any time during the day.
The center is open from 7 to 5:30 p-m.
And will care for children 6 weeks through 12 years of age.
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Jean,

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It shouldn't be long now before construction begins on the natural gas pipeline from Montgomery County to Roanoke and Rocky Mount.
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A spokesman for New Jersey-based N-U-I, says trees are scheduled to come down by the end of the month.
But some residents are still trying to convince the company to place the 55-mile pipeline directly alongside another one already in place.
It's an idea they say makes sense and will ease environmental impact.
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((BRENT RILEY/PIPELINE PROPERTY OWNER: THIS TRULY IS A NATIONAL ISSUE AND IF YOU DON'T GET COOPERATION ON SOMETHING THIS OBVIOUS THE PRICE WILL BE PAID IN MANY OTHER PLACES. ))
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Our three-week look at Eminent Domain continues with a look at last-ditch efforts to change the pipeline route .. on News 7 at 6.
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Micheal Vick is a 60 MILLION dollar man. Mike Stevens will have more on that and news about Deion Sanders future with the Redskins,
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Stay with us. Coming up a little later in the newscast,
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[VO] we'll show you antique roses and we'll tell you where you can find them in our area.
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Analysts say profit-taking from April's big advance, as well as the lack of any compelling reason to buy sent stock prices lower today.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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The producer of the number one reality show says not everything was real after all.
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"Survivor" producer Mark Burnett says he has used actors to re-enact some parts of the challenges so he could get better camera angles.
In one instance Burnett admits he used stunt doubles to reshoot a swimming race so a helicopter crew could get aerial shots.
Burnett says there's nothing wrong with the practice as long as it doesn't affect the outcome of the event.
He says he doesn't care if he is criticized as long as he gets to make "great television."
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Good evening folks and welcome to the Price is Right!
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The Atlanta Falcons told Michael Vick and his agent to name their price. They did. And now the former Hokie has a six year $62 million dollars from Atlanta. He gets a $3 million dollar signing bonus and he's guaranteed $15 million over the first three years of the deal. In other words - he's filthy rich!
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More from Michael tonight on New s7 at six.

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Primetime will likely be cut from the Redskins' lineup.
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Cornerback Deion Sanders signed a seven year 56-million dollar contract with Washington a year ago.
According to the Washington Times Dieon will likely be released so the Skins can recoup three and a half million dollars of salary cap space.
Sanders has not accounced his football plans for next year. He's playing baseball with the Reds and says his focus right now is on baseball.
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Virginia Tech is headed to the East Regional of the 2001 NC-Double-A Golf Tournament.
The Hokies earned an automatic bid by winning the Big East Championship at the end of April.
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Tech has won six tournaments, the most of any Hokie golf team and is ranked 11th in the Golfstat-dot-com poll.
The team is on a three tournament winning streak heading into the big one at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club Green Course in Williamsburg.
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The tournament is May 31st through June 3rd.

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Finally today we have a story for people who grow flowers or just love them. Steve Pardon takes us to Lynchburg's Old City Cemetery where he introduces us to Antique Roses.
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