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Today on News 7 at Five, a proposed gasline in Southwest Virginia turns out to be a pipe dream as officials decide its too costly.
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Also we'll see a type of baby bath tub that is being blamed for dozens of deaths.[Weather-Head]
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Heading for a cloudy Thursday with a good chance for showers on Friday. Forecast details just ahead.

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Also today, a new procedure promises to help women with incontinence,
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and President Bush's twin daughters are in trouble with the law. We'll tell you why.
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((BABY BATH SEATS ARE CONTINUING TO CAUSE BABYS DEATHS. 78 BABIES HAVE DIED IN THIS SILENT AND GRUESOME WAY.))
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And so the nation's consumer watchdog group takes a closer look at baby bath seats- and the plastic rings on suction cups designed to keep babies sitting up in a bathtub.
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Most parents are familiar with baby baths seats-
Now the Consumer Product Safety Commission is looking into banning some types of the seats- after the deaths of dozens of unattended babies.
But other parents say babies should never be left un-attended at anytime-
Aleen Sirgany has more.
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[SUPER=01-Stephanie Volzelnik/Mother;]
[SUPER=01-Ann Brown/Consumer Product Safety Commission;]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
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((LIKE MANY BABIES, OLIVIA GARDNER LOVED TAKING A BATH. AND LIKE MANY BABIES, OLIVIA WAS PLACED IN A BABY BATH SEAT. STEPHANIE VOLZELNIK/MOTHER I got so comfortable seeing her in it. She looked so safe. BUT SHE WASNT ... "I walked out of the room for 2 minutes. She was in my sink and I came back in there and... the think had flipped over." THE BABY BATH SEAT HAD TIPPED OVER AND OLIVIA WENT UNDER. SHE DIED THE FOLLOWING DAY. BABY BATH SEATS HAVE BEEN LINKED TO 78 DROWNING DEATHS SINCE 1981. ANN BROWN/CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION If a parent turns their head for just a minute, a baby can still drown
THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION HAS VOTED TO ORDER MANUFACTURERS TO MAKE THE BABY SEATS SAFERAND IF IMPROVEMENTS ARENT MADE WITHIN THE NEXT 60 DAYS, THE GOVERNMENT SAYS IT MAY BAN THE SEATS ALL TOGETHER. CRITICS ARGUE THE BABY SEAT ISNT THE PROBLEM. IT'S IRRRESPONSIBLE PARENTS WHO LEAVE THEIR CHILDREN ALONE. SIRGANY: there arent nearly as many baby seats on the market anymore. Origianlly ten manufac. made these but most have pulled out and now there are only two left. THE PRIMARY MANUFACTURER, SAFETY FIRST, DEFENDS ITS PRODUCT SAYING BATH SEATS PROVIDE A CONVENIENT SOLUTION FOR HELPING PARENTS BATHE YOUNG CHILDREN. THERE SEEMS TO BE LITTLE RESEARCH UPON WHICH TO BASE THE CONCLUSION THAT A BAN IS NECESSARY. SOME PARENTS SAY THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY WOULD DO WITHOUT A BABY BATH SEAT TO HELP THEM BATHE THEIR CHILDREN. DANIELA BRANCAFORTE/PARENT Thats why I use it so that he has something to support himself with. Its easier to bathe him with the seat? Yes, yes definitely. BUT THAT CONVENIENCE TURNED TRAGIC FOR ONE FAMILY THAT CONTINUES TO GRIEVE. STEPHANIE VOLZELNIK/MOTHER I know that if I would never have had a bath seat I would still have my daughter right now. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Virginia Gas -- now know as N-U-I will NOT build a new gas pipeline through Southwest Virginia.
Officials say construction costs too much.
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News 7's Jennifer Miele has reaction from those who supported construction, and those who did not.
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Jean, to those residents who's property would have been destroyed by a new gas pipeline this is great news.
But to others who've worked long and hard to bring more natural gas to Southwest Virginia, today's announcement was a big let down.
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(( For more than a year, fighting construction of a new gas pipeline was Brent Riley's full-time job.
When he got the news that construction plans had been called off, his reaction was nothing shy of bliss.
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((BRENT RILEY/PIPELINE OPPONENT:IT JUST GIVES YOU HOPE AND A GOOD FEELING HERE THAT THINGS WORK OUT FOR THE BEST.)) [RUNS12]
But for others like John Williamson, today's news is not so great.
As the President of Roanoke Gas, he was relying on a new gas pipeline to bring more natural gas to Roanoke.
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((JOHN WILLIAMSON/ROANOKE GAS:WE FELT THIS PIPELINE COULD MEET LONG-TERM CAPACITY NEEDS HERE, IMPROVED RELIABILITY, AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND SERVICE IN FRANKLIN COUNTY AND ROCKY MOUNT.)) [RUNS10]
Virginia Gas began plans for a new pipeline almost five years ago -- but when the company ran into financial trouble, plans halted.
Things got back on track when a New Jersey-based Gas Company called NUI bought Virginia Gas -- suddenly, the money to build the pipeline was no longer a problem.
That is until recently, when Virginia Gas realized building a new pipeline from Saltville to Roanoke would cost TWICE as much as originally planned.
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((JOHN WILLIAMSON/ROANOKE GAS: WE MEET OUR DEMAND NEEDS IN THE SHORT RUN, BUT LONG-TERM WE'LL NEED TO BE LOOKING AT OTHER OPTIONS AS THE VALLEY CONTINUES TO GROW.)) )) [RUNS10]
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NUI still holds all the deeds and permits it needs to build the pipeline in the future...
But since construction plans have been canceled -- the Franklin County area is going to lose almost 4 million dollars.
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We'll tell you why tonight at 6, Jean.


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The V-DOT worker hit by a truck while picking up debris on Interstate 81 has died.
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Authorities say 51- year old Denny Kegley of Buena Vista passed away this afternoon. He was struck yesterday along the Interstate in Rockbridge County. The driver of the truck told police that Kegley walked into the path of his vehicle.
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Roanoke Police hope a new tool will help put a safe end to high speed chases.
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The department recently purchased a handful of Stinger Spike strips. Officers are spending the week training on the mechanism. Their goal is to deploy the strip in time to puncture the suspect's tires. The trick is retracting the spikes before they pop officer's tires.
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((SGT. MAC BABB/ROANOKE POLICE: THERE'S A SLIGHT AMOUNT OF TECHNIQUE TO IT BUT IN GENERAL IT'S A VERY SIMPLE SYSTEM TO USE. YOU JUST PICK IT UP AND MORE OR LESS JUST SLIDE IT ACROSS THE ROADWAY.))
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Each strip contains about one hundred ten hollow spikes. The spikes will deflate a car's tires in about the time it takes to travel a quarter mile. Similar devices are used by State Police and law enforcement agencies in Roanoke County, Botetourt, Bedford and Salem.

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Still to come on the newscast, the execution of convicted murderer Timothy McVeigh could be delayed again.
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[VO] And police officers in Austin, Texas, say President Bush's twin daughters are in trouble with the law.
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Convicted mass murderer Timothy McVeigh meets his with his lawyers tomorrow to decide if he will seek a stay of his June 11th execution.
McVeigh was scheduled for death on May 16th- but a week before that the F-B-I revealed thousands of documents had been withheld from his defense team.
Now as Terisa Estacio reports, it's looking more likely that McVeigh's execution will be delayed again.
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FOR OKLAHOMA CITY RESIDENT BOB LINES AND OTHERS... THE POSSIBLE FURTHER DELAY OF TIMOTHY MCVEIGH'S EXECUTION... IS SPARKING ANGER AND FRUSTRATION.

SOT: BOB LINES, OKLAHOMA CITY, he confessed to it. doesn't he deserve to

die?
ARMED WITH MORE THAN 3000 DOCUMENTS THAT THE F-B-I FAILED TO TURN OVER... MCVEIGH HAS AUTHORIZED HIS LAWYERS TO BEGIN DRAFTING A REQUEST TO BLOCK HIS EXECUTION.

SOT: LARRY MACKEY/CHIEF DEPUTY PROSECUTOR

"THE ISSUES ABOUT THE DOCUMENTS HAVE TO BE KEPT IN PERSPECTIVE. THE TRIAL WAS A FAIR ONE, TIMOTHY MCVEIGH HAS CONFESSED TO THE CRIME."
WHILE PROSECUTORS CONTEND THERE'S NOTHING OF SUBSTANCE IN THE DOCUMENTS... OTHERS ARE NOT SO CERTAIN. ON THE CBS PROGRAM, 60 MINUTES II, FORMER F-B-I AGENT RICK OJEDA SAID HE RAISED QUESTIONS OVER A YEAR AGO ABOUT LEADS HE DEVELOPED...LEADS THAT COULD HAVE HELPED THE MCVEIGH DEFENSE.

SOT: RICK OJEDA/FORMER FBI AGENT

"I TALKED TO A COUPLE OF AGENTS WHO WORKED THE CASE AND ASKED THEM ABOUT SOME OF THE LEADS I HAD DONE, WHETHER IT WAS EVER BROUGHT UP AND THEY COULDN'T FIND THEM."

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"IF THOSE STATEMENTS ARE ACCURATE THE VERDICT HAS NO INTEGRITY."
SOME RELATIVES OF VICTIMS SAY IT'S TIME TO START ALL OVER AGAIN.

SOT: KATHLEEN TRAENOR/DAUGHTER KILLED IN BOMBING

"WE NEED TO MAKE SURE IF WE ARE GOING TO EXECUTE SOMEONE, THAT WE HAVE TO BE SURE AND WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY'VE GOTTEN A FAIR TRIAL."

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MCVEIGH MEETS WITH LAWYERS TOMORROW IN INDIANA. AND WHILE HE'S CERTAIN TO GET PLENTY OF ADVICE.... THE FINAL DECISION...WHETHER TO FIGHT FOR HIS LIFE WILL BE UP TO HIM.
T.E., CBS NEWS, OKLAHOMA CITY)

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The President's twin daughters are in trouble with the law.
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Police in Austin, Texas, say 19 year olds Jenna and Barbara Bush both tried to buy alcohol at a restaurant using a fake I-D last night.
The legal drinking age in Texas is 21.
Less than a month ago Jenna Bush pleaded no contest to a charge of possessing alcohol after she was caught with a beer in a nightclub.
After that she was ordered to pay 51 dollars in court costs and attend six hours of alcohol awareness classes. A White House spokesman would only say if it involves the daughters in their private lives, it's a family matter.
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In Health Check tonight, a new procedure is now helping some local women deal with the problem of "stress urinary incontinence."
It's a condition in which a woman involuntarily loses control of her bladder when she laughs, sneezes, coughs, or exercises.
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Health Check Reporter joins us with more about this procedure.
Joy what's it all about?
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Jean,
It's a minimally invasive procedure that only requires making a few small incisions above the pubic bone and vagina.


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And for about 86 percent of patients it's been a complete success --including one local woman who says it's given her
back a sense of freedom.
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For more than 10 years Sheryl Tilley lived with female stress urinary incontinence.
Five months ago, she found it she could be treated.
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((SHERYL TILLEY: IT WAS SOMETHING I HAD TO WORRY ABOUT IF I WAS GOING TO WORK OUT I HAD TO MAKE SURE I HAD WORN SOMETHING THAT WAS COMFORTABLE IN CASE I HAD A PROBLEM OR IF I WAS GOING TO TAKE A LONG WALK I HAD TO MAKE SURE I WANT TO THE BATHROOM BEFORE I WENT)) [RUNS12]
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But recently she underwent a treatment at the Lewis Gale Medical Center involving tension-free vaginal tape.
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((DR. ABBY SMITH: BASICALLY WE'RE THREADING A PIECE OF MESH UNDERNEATH THE URETHRA WHICH IS THE TUBE THAT CONNECTS THE BLADDER TO THE OUTSIDE AND IT BASICALLY ACTS AS A BACK STOP. SO WHEN YOU COUGH, SNEEZE, LAUGH, WHATEVER, THE URETHRA GETS CLAMPED OFF, AND THE URINE DOESN'T LEAK OUT)) [RUNS24]
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For Tilley it's made all the difference in the world.
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((BEFORE THAT'S THE BIGGEST THING YOU HAD TO PREPARE, NOW I DON'T I JUST HAVE MY LIFE BACK AND THE PIECE OF MIND KNOWING THAT THIS IS NO LONGER A PROBLEM)) [RUNS09]
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The procedure is done on an outpatient basis. And since the procedure is fairly new --doctors are not sure yet how long it will last --so far studies show at least three to five years. But there is some risk involved with procedure--there can be bleeding or injury to other organs such as the bladder or bowel.
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Jean,


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The Smart Road in Montgomery County is showing off it's facility to the public today.
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Hundreds took advantage of free tours at this state of the art center for transportation research and testing.
The Smart Road has been in the making for years as a combined effort of the State Department of Transportation and Virginia Tech.
Today visitors saw a video, the control room and then took buses onto the field site, taking in technology and the view.
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((BOBBIE OGLE/SMART ROAD VISITOR; I WANTED TO LEARN AND I WANTED TO SEE WHAT'S GOING ON, I WANT TO BE A PART OF MY COMMUNITY. BUTCH TAYLOR/SMART ROAD VISITOR; IT'S A BEAUTIFUL VIEW AND HOPEFULLY THEY'LL LEARN MORE ABOUT NEW TECHNOLOGIES.))
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In addition to visitors, the recently completed Smart Road Bridge is getting a new name today.
Coming up on News at 6, who it's being dedicated to and why.
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Still to come on the newscast, tech stocks motivated big moves in the stock market today. We'll see which way in today's Marketwatch.
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[VO] and we'll tell you why Elton John is holding a garage sale.
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Still to come on the newscast, Steve Mason will have highlights from today's early Avalanche game,
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[VO] and Steve Pardon will join us with a look at one of the area's nicest campgrounds.
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Worries about technology earnings sent stocks sharply lower.
The Nasdaq composite sank for the third straight session-
Rising fears that the spring rally might have been premature had investors cashing in more of their profits.
Alexis Christoforous explains in today's Marketwatch.
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Speaking of money... you'll probably need a lot of it to buy one of Elton John's cars-
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But they are going up for auction- 20 classic cars in all, including a 1973 Rolls Royce Phantom Six, a two door Aston Martin and a 1963 Rolls Silver Cloud Saloon-
Some press reports say Sir Elton is selling to help pay for recent court costs- but Elton says.
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((SIR ELTON JOHN/ENTERTAINER: I NEED MORE SPACE AT MY HOUSE AT WINDOWR TO DO OTHER THINGS. I NEED GALLERY SPACE. ALL THE GARAGES THESE WERE IN WILL BE TURNED INTO THE GALLERY. JUST ANTOHER CHANGE. I COLLECT THINGS AND IT IS SAD TO SEE THEM GO I'M SURE THEY'LL GO TREAT HOMES.))
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The auction will take place Tuesday-

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your ticker.
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The Avalanche opened the gates early today for Operation Blue Ridge Thunder Safe Surfin' Day.
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Blue Ridge Thunder is the Bedford County Sheriff's Department's Internet policing program and hundreds of youngsters were on hand.
Avs taking on Myrtle beach and the Pelicans take flight early as Jaeme Leal bids farewell to this pitch, a shot that goes over the left centerfield wall for a 1-nothing lead.
[super=37-Myrtle Beach/7/Salem/6;]Salem answers. In the bottom of the third. Matt Holiday says see ya later to this pi

tch. Its a three run homer that goes over the centerfield wall, that's a long way. The blast puts the Avalanche out in front 3-1, but Myrtle Beach squeaks by with the 7-6 win.
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Two Time Champion Gustavo Kuerten advanced as the French Open moved through its second round.
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18 year old Andy Roddick from Boca Raton, Florida overcame cramps to beat Michael Chang in a dramatic five set match.
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Coming up at six, a look at tennis a little closer to home.
Italian exchange student Fedrica Fanari is buring up the courts on the way to the state semi-finals for Salem.
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Patrick Henry's number one doubles team won at regionals in Manassass this afternoon Brock Newton and Tyler Early beat a doubles team from Stonwall Jackson High School

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The NBA Eastern Conference finals roll on tonight between Philadelphia and Milwaukee. The series is tied 2-2 and game five shifts back to the 76ers home floor. The banged up Sixers are quite clear on what they have to do tonight to be successful.
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Now that the weather is getting nicer, many people are heading out to the woods.
If camping is in your plans, Steve Pardon has a suggestion for a good place to pitch a tent.
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