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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities release the name of a local woman found dead in a lake,
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and three soldiers are dead following a helicopter crash in Seoul South Korea.
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It was really fine weather for senior citizens day at fesitval in the park in downtown Roanoke. Tomorrow will be a winner too!

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In other news, a professional golfer takes his case all the way to the U-S Supreme Court and wins,
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and a Confederate flag is creating a controversy in one local community.
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This was the scene three years ago- two U-S embassies bombed in Africa- 224 people dead- thousands injured.
Tonight a verdict in the case of four men accused in the bombings.

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After three months of testimony and 12 days of debiberations.. a jury finds four men guilty of blowing up two U-S embassies in Africa.
As Gretchen Carlson reports, two of the men could face the death penalty.
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(( Its been almost 3 years since two U-S embassies in Africa were bombed. It was a terrorist attack that killed 224 people - 12 of them Americans. Now, 4 of the men charged with the bombings in Tanzania and Kenya, have been found guilty in a New York federal court. Mary Jo White - U.S. Attorney Today's guilty verdicts are a victory ..."
Rashed Al-Owhali (All-a-wall-ee) of Saudi Arabia, K-K Mohamed of Tanzania, Wadih El-Hage of Texas, and Mohamed Odeh (O-Day) of Jordan were convicted of conspiring to kill Americans in the bombings. All four could face life in prison -- but two of the defendants, Al-Owhali
(All-a-wall-ee) and Mohamed -- also convicted on murder charges because

of their active participation in the bombings - could now face the death penalty. Relatives of the victims were pleased with the verdicts.
Edith Bartley - Lost Family Member in bombing The law was on our side but the verdicts do not minimize the lives in Tanzania and Kenya that today .. Clara Aligagna - Lost Son in Bombing I hope that they get the message that as Americans we are not going to sit back , we wont take this lightly

Still --- the alleged mastermind of the attacks - Osama Bin Laden --

remains at large. Although Bin Laden - the leader of a terrorist organization in Afghanistan -- has been indicted in this case - he has never been found. Mary Jo White "We remain permamnently committed to finding every single participant in these crimes." Gretchen Carlson Reporting With convictions on all 302 counts in this case -- security remains high at the courthouse here in New York. In a trial where the main topic is hatred for Americans -- fear of retaliation is once again a concern. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))




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Two military crashes today-
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The first ... a Navy F-18 fighter that went down today- in Florida.
The plane was on a routine training mission this morning en route from Key West to Virginia Beach- but it never made it.
The plane went down in St. Lucie County- north of Route 70. It was smodering.. but wasn't in flames.
Authorities say it doesn't appear the pilot survived.
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The plane looked this one... A witness who saw the fighter jet go down- says he did not see anyone eject from the plane.
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All three soldiers on board a South Korean military helicopter were killed this morning when it smashed into a bridge in Seoul.
The heavy transport helicopter was installing a sculpture on the bridge when its rotors hit the sculpture.
The helicopter snapped in two as it fell. One half hit the bridge, the other landed in the Han River.
No one on the bridge was injured.
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An employee of the Virginia Department of Transportation was seriously injured this morning when he was hit by a truck on Interstate 81.
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Denny Kegley had stopped on the southbound shoulder of the interstate, just south of route 60. He was reportedly picking up tire debris.
The driver of the truck told police he tried to avoid a collision, but said Kegley stepped into the path of his vehicle.
Kegley was taken to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, where a spokesman said he was still being evaluated late this afternoon.
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One hundred forty years after the Civil War began, the battle over Confederate rights still rages on in Craig County.
Last week a judge said no Confederate flags would be flown on Courthouse property... this week Craig County residents say they'll keep Confederate flags flying high on their OWN property.
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News 7's Jennifer Miele went to Craig County today, Jen.
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Jean, Memorial Day weekend was also Craig County's sesquicentennial celebration.
Many residents say Confederate Flags are all part of the area's history, and should have been part of the celebration.
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(( New Castle residents like Jeff Rice were disappointed when Judge Duncan Byrd Jr. denied a request to fly a Confederate Flag on courthouse property.
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[TC:11:44:02] ((JEFF RICE/SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS: THOSE MEN FOUGHT FOR THEIR COUNTRY, IT WAS STILL AMERICA, A SECTION OF THE COUNTRY THE SOUTH THEY FOUGHT JUST LIKE ALL OF THE VETERANS HAD.)) [RUNS10]
You'd be hard pressed to travel more than a mile through Craig County without seeing the infamous "Southern Cross," -- perhaps in response to the judge's order. But the flag in question was the Second Flag of the Confederacy....
According to published reports, Judge Byrd said flying ANY confederate flag would be "inappropriate use of courthouse property."
What puzzles residents like Rice is why a Confederate War Memorial standing on courthouse property is considered appropriate, but a Confederate flag is considered "INappropriate."
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((JEFF RICE/SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS:YOU CAN'T HONOR SOME AND IGNORE OTHERS BECAUSE BY DOING THAT YOU'RE SAYING THOSE FELLAS WERE EVIL AND WHAT THEY WERE DOING IS ALL WRONG, AND THAT IS NOT THE CASE.)) [RUNS08] ))
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Many see the Confederate "Battle Flag" as a symbol of racism and bigotry.
But Rice says he and the Sons of Confederate Veterans stand by their position that the flags are not racial symbols,
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but simply part of their history Jean.


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Mill Mountain Zoo is mourning the loss of one of its snow leopard cubs.
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The smallest of the three cubs died Saturday, one day after this video was taken. Zoo officials say all the cubs looked healthy and were regularly nursing. But, after leaving the den Saturday afternoon, mom Tasha returned and removed the smallest female from the litter.
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((DAVE WOOD/MILL MOUNTAIN ZOO: SHE TOOK THIS ONE FROM THE TWO, DID NOT KILL IT. I MEAN, WE WOULD HAVE SEEN AN ATTACK OR SOME SORT OF INJURY. IT WAS JUST DEAD, FOR WHATEVER REASON.))
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Tasha disposed of the cub in such a way that an autposy would be impossible. Wood says it's common for up to half a litter to die. The surviving male and female cubs are doing well. They'll be vaccinated against disease towards the end of next week.
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Authorities have identified the woman found dead in a local lake. We'll have that in a moment,
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[VO] and we'll tell you how you can protect your pets from a silent killer.
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Authorities have released the name of the woman who disappeared from a campsite in Rockbridge County.
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Divers found the body of 37- year old Sherri Shinneman of Roanoke in Cave Mountain Lake last night. The Rockbridge County Sheriff's Department says Shinneman was last seen at a camp ground there Saturday night. Family members noticed she was missing Sunday morning. An autopsy was performed today-- but the medical examiner is awaiting toxicology reports before determining the exact cause of death. Sheriff's officials say it appears Shinneman drowned.
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Power is no doubt a problem in California- and it could hit other parts of the nation too.
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Today President Bush was in the Golden State offering aid to those hurting the post from the power crunch.
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It was back in February tha Bush asked Congress for 300-million in aid for low income people-
Now he's asking Congress for 150 million for low income energy assistance.
Bush says he hopes Congress acts quickly - saying it's time to put politics aside and focus on the best interests of the people.
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Virginia Tech is moving forward with a plan to increase capacity at it's coal burning power plant.
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The University is looking for a state permit to increase the coal burned in a Turner Street boiler from nearly 18-thousand to 42-thousand tons a year.
Some people are concerned about the increase of pollutants that would produce.
Tech Professor Richard Hirsh has been vocal in his concern on emissions, but says there's a possible compromise to support the permit and the environment.
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((RICHARD HIRSH/VIRGINIA TECH PROFESSOR; IT COULD GET THE PERMIT THE BURN MORE COAL BUT THAT IDEA IS TO BURN AS LITTLE COAL AS POSSIBLE, WE SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS NEW LAW TO EXPLOIT ENERGY EFFICIENCY. ))
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A public hearing for the permit request is being held on Thursday evening at the school's conference center.
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Warmer temperatures and all the rain have made an ideal breading ground for mosquitos.
For pet owners that means an increased threat of heartworm disease for their dogs and cats.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us the disease often goes undetected until its too late.
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((DR. KELLY FARRELL:IT'S INJECTED INTO THE DOGS BLOOD STREAM AND IT EVENTUALLY GOES TO THEIR HEART AND LUNGS AND ADULT WORMS GROW. THEY CAN BE VERY LONG TWO TO FOUR INCHES IN SOME CASE THEY GROW AND EVENTUALLY START GETTING CONGESTED IN THE HEART AND LUNGS)) [RUNS18]
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The masses of worms eventually put a strain on the dog's heart and can prevent the flow of blood through the animal lungs.
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((IF THEY GET HEARTWORM DISEASE IT IS A FATAL DISEASE.YOU CAN TREAT IT IF IT'S CAUGHT EARLY ENOUGH. AND THE TREATMENT IS SERIES OF INJECTIONS THAT KILL WORMS IN HEART.)) [RUNS15]
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The problem is that heartworm disease can progress over a long period of time -- and the dog might not shown any symptoms until its too late.
Some of the signs of heartworm disease include coughing, breathing difficulty, sluggishness, and reduced ability to exercise.
But veterinarians says the disease is preventable --it only requires giving your pet a tablet once a month. Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))

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Still to come on the newscast,
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[VO] the Supreme Court decides if pro golfer Casey Martin will be allowed to use a cart on the P-G-A tour.
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Still to come on the newscast, the Baltimore Ravens have a new quarterback,
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[VO] and then a little later, we'll tell you why singer Ricky Martin says he is taking the next step in his career.
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On Wall Street today, the stock markets ended mixed as the tech heavy NASDAQ dropped sharply and the DOW moved higher.
Alexis Christoforous wraps it all up in today's Marketwatch.
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The U-S Supreme Court has ruled pro golfer Casey Martin CAN use a golf cart during professional competitions.
Correspondent Teri Okita has more.
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((THE SUPREME COURTS SEVEN-TO-TWO DECISION IS A HOLE IN ONE FOR PROFESSIONAL GOLFER CASEY MARTIN. REACTION FROM PLAYERS ON THE PRO-CIRCUIT IS MIXED.

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You gotta go by what they say, and I hope it works out for Casey.

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MARTIN SUFFERS FROM A CIRCULATORY DISORDER THAT MAKES IT PAINFUL TO WALK LONG DISTANCES. BY RULING THAT HE CAN USE A GOLF CART IN TOURNAMENT PLAY, THE HIGH COURT GAVE ADDED STRENGTH TO THE 1990 A-D-A ACT.

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STANDUP:The Americans with Disabilites Act requires public places, like golf courses, to accommodate, not discriminate, against the disabled. And the court says allowing Martin to ride in a cart will NOT fundamentally change the rules of the game.
WHILE THE P-G-A DISAGREES, IT FEELS THE JUSTICES DECISION FOCUSES SOLELY ON MARTINS CASE AND BELIEVES THE RULING STILL GIVES IT FLEXIBILITY TO MAINTAIN ITS RULES ON WALKING.

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OPINONS WERE JUST AS VARIED FROM AMATEUR PLAYERS, BUT MANY THINK THE RULING GIVES MARTIN A FAIR SHOT.

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anyway, but if he has a handicap, I think he should probably be allowed to do that. (:06)

SOT: (12:17) It opens up a mess. The next thing you know, a guys gonna

have a sore foot and he will want to ride. (:05)
MARTINS VICTORY MAY BE SWEET, BUT AFTER A TOUGH THREE-YEAR BATTLE, ITS CLEAR THERE ARE REALLY NO FREE RIDES IN LIFE. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON. ))

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Welcome everyone to the Tuesday Ticker that begins with tennis another near disaster for an American star overseas.
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Yesterday, the number two seed on the women's side Venus Williams was knocked out of the French Open in the first round
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and today Pete Sampras almost suffered a similar fate. Sampras is seeded fifth in the Open, and today he needed five sets to beat Frenchman Cedric Kauffmann 6-3, 4-6, 6-2, 3-6 and 8-6. He had to save three match points to pull out the five set victory over Kauffmann, who by the way was ranked 250th on the entry list.
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UVa's Brian Vahaly closed out his collegiate tennis career last night by falling in the NCAA singles' championship match.
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Vahaly came up short in his bid to win the crown as he lost to Georgia's Matias Boeker 6-2 and 6-4. Vahaly, who is the ACC's player of the year, finishes with the best seasonal record in UVa history with 40 wins-and- just 6 losses.
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A Virginia High School runner has broken Jim Ryun's 36 year old record and run the fastest mile ever by a U.S. high school student.
Now Alan Webb is cruising the morning talk show circuit.
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We first introduced you to him on News 7 Sunday Morning, shortly after the South Lakes senior became the first high schooler to run a sub four minute mile INDOORS.
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Sunday, while competing against world class milers, including world record holder Hicham El Guerrouj (HE-shaam EL GA-rouge), Webb ran a 3:53.43.
The time topped Ryun's 1965 record of 3:55.3.
Webb placed fifth in the Prefontaine Classic in Oregon.
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The Baltimore Ravens have picked up an insurance policy for quarterback Elvis Grbac.
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The team announced today that it has agreed to terms with Randall Cunningham on a one year contract worth $500 thousand dollars.
Cunningham and Ravens' head coach Brian Billick worked together when the two were in Minnesota in 1998.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, we'll have an update on the state of the Commonwealth Games that are less than two months away. Plus, some local high school athletes are making their way to college and finding success. Those stories and much more are on the way at the top of the hour. I'll see you then everybody - take care. [go to break]

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His videos tend to raise eyebrows and even cause a stir.
Now his latest offering may make people take a second look. But not for the reasons you might think.
Rebecca Rankin has more.
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((REBECCA TOSS WE RECENTLY CAUGHT UP WITH RICKY MARTIN IN A NEW YORK NIGHTCLUB, NO HE WASN'T OUT FOR A NIGHT ON THE TOWN......HE WAS WORKING ON THE VIDEO FOR "LOADED"...THE NEXT SINGLE OFF OF HIS ALBUM "SOUND LOADED". AND ACCORDING TO RICKY ...HE'S SHAKING THINGS UP A BIT...
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Ricky Martin bite I don't want to be Ricky Martin in this video, I want to be just a regular guy that hangs out with his friends
RICKY AND THE GANG HEAD OUT FOR A NIGHT OF CLUB HOPPING IN SEARCH OF A GIRL...
S/U walk like a loaded man
THE VIDEO'S SEXY PARTY ATMOSPHERE MAY LOOK LIKE TYPICAL RICKY, BUT FOR HIM THERE'S MORE TO IT.
Ricky Martin bite 6"It's very sensual, perhaps a little sexual as well, why not.......but it's reality.
Bob Giraldi -Director bite We're making more of a film here than a video//the lyrics of the song, the vocals of the song are more or less the diologue, so it's that sort of thing where he's not performing, but he's speaking the dialogue through the vocals"
AND THERE'S ANOTHER TWIST
Ricky Martin bite It's gonna be all black and white//Once again very simple
Bob Giraldi -Director bite at night when we party you almost don't see color, you see black and white when it's so dark, and I just thought it was a little bit nicer
RICKY'S BETTING THAT THIS VIDEO MIGHT EVEN SPARK A SUMMER CRAZE..
Ricky Martin bite We have this little step// it's like a little step, it's gonna be the step for the summer, that's the way I see it."
SU bop till you drop and don't stop - (walking out of car- great of ricky)
REBECCA TAG RICKY TOLD US THAT HE'S PLANNING ON SPENDING HIS SUMMER TRAVELING AROUND THE WORLD TO AFRICA, INDIA AND SOUTH AMERICA TO GATHER NEW SOUNDS....AND THEN HE WANTS TO LOCK HIMSELF IN THE STUDIO AND MAKE MUSIC - HE'S HOPING TO HAVE A NEW ALBUM OUT BY THE BEGINNING OF NEXT YEAR. LOOK FOR THE "LOADED" VIDEO TO BE OUT IN A FEW WEEKS. I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN.))
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