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Today on News 7 at 5, Timothy McVeigh wants to live a little longer .. until the F-B-I answers a lot of questions.

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And a fisherman's discovery ends the search for a man who eluded police.
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Clouds and showers highlight the forecast for tonight and tomorrow. All the details coming up next.

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Students at a Danville high school hold a frank talk about sex...
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and expansion and renovations are coming to two Carilion hospitals in Roanoke.
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A prosecutor reacts to news that Timothy McVeigh will fight his execution.

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The convicted Oklahoma City bomber will fight his June 11th execution.
McVeigh has decided to seek a stay in the wake of newly discovered FBI documents in the case.
McVeigh says he wants to hold the government accountable for withholding documents from his defense.
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Manuel Gallegus is in Denver where the request for a stay is being filed.
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((Timothy McVeigh's lawyers made it official. They announced he wants a stay of execution. Richard Burr, Defense Attorney:
The move comes after McVeigh met with his lawyers at the federal prison in Indiana where he is scheduled to die June 11th. Rob Nigh, Defense Attorney, he is keenly aware of the impact this will have on his family and survivors families. U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch presided ofver McVeigh's 1997 Denver trial. Matsch has a reputation of being tough but thorough. It's up to him to decide whethere to delay McVeigh's execution. He may have to, at least to give lawyers enough time to sort through some 4,000 documents that the FBI failed to turn over to McVeigh's defense. Attorney general John Ashcroft says he opposes any delay in the execution. And McVeigh's prosecutors say they are confident he will be executed. Pat Ryan, Prosecutor: GALLEGUS STANDUP CLOSE))

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The search for a missing Roanoke man has ended with the discovery of his body in the Roanoke River.
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31-year old Jeroid (juh-ROD) Alexander Moore was last seen Friday night. Police had attempted to stop him for driving without headlights, but say he fled toward the river.
Today, members of the Salem Swift Water Rescue Team and tracking dogs assisted with the search.
Shortly after noon, a fisherman noticed Moore's body floating down the river not far from the area where authorities were looking.
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In Health Check tonight,
Carilion Health System is spending big money to avoid... or at least reduce overcrowding in its hospitals.
And that's why it has plans to expand and renovate Roanoke Memorial and Roanoke Community Hospitals.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean, The project will cost Carilion about 55 million dollars.
But Carilion says because of the growing need for its service it has no other alternative but to expand.
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And Carilion says for patients, this will mean more convenience and faster service.
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This is how Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital could look in a few years. If a new wing is added to backside of the hospital.
It's just part of the expansion Carilion has in store in the near future.
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The new wing at Memorial Hospital will be 7 stories and 128-thousand square feet. It will have six operating rooms and 144 beds. And a surgical care unit capable of cardiac monitoring.
But the expansion is just the beginning --the hospital will also undergo several renovations.
Sixty four additional beds will be added. The first floor will get a food court. And the emergency room will be expanded.
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Renovations to Community Hospital will create a facility dedicated to the health care needs of women and children
This will include the addition of 24-hour pediatric emergency room and an extended hour urgent care center.
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As a separate project to the expansion --Carilion plans to build a thousand space parking garage and day care center.
But before Carilion can start construction next year --the plan must first be approved by the state.
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Jean, tonight on news 7 at 6 we'll tell how this expansion might benefit the proposed biomedical center.




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They're planning a frank discussion about sex tonight in Danville.
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The city's P-T-A will hold a forum to educate the public about the dangers of STD's and oral sex.
A recent survey printed in the G-W Danville newspaper revealed most students believe oral sex is safe sex.
Organizers say it's a subject that needs to be discussed even if most people are uncomfortable talking about it.
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Health care professionals will be on hand to answer questions.
Tonight's meeting begins at seven at Bonner Middle School in Danville.
Parents are encouraged to attend the forum with their children.
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The State Corporation Commission has approved a route for the new Amerian Electric Power line.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN] The 90-mile long power line will start in West Virginia and run through portions of Tazewell, Bland, and Wythe Counties. The line will end near Jacksons Ferry.
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18 homes and two scenic byways stand in the path of the new power line. The commission says it chose this route over the Cloverdale route because it is 43 miles shorter, affects fewer homes, and impacts the environment less. AEP says it's happy with the commissions decision.
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AEP now needs federal approval before it can be built. The power company hopes to have the 232-million dollar project started by the end of next year.
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Coming up, an important guest will headline next week's D-Day Memorial dedication.
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and six armed children barricade themselves in their family home after police arrest their mother. Stay tuned, there's more to come on News 7 at 5.
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A standoff in Idaho involving six children.
Police say the children are holed up inside their home- Their father died three weeks ao and their mother has been arrested.
As Chris Lawrence reports, police say the kids are armed.. so they are not moving in.
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(( Sheriff's deputies brought in a priest, talked to professional negotiators. But nothing has worked. The children won't leave their home.

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"Our original intent was just to safeguard the children."
On tuesday deputies came to pick up their mother on a felony warrant. They tricked JoAnn McGuckin, got her away from the house, and arrested her. When deputies tried to take the kids to social services ..McGuckin's teenage son panicked. SHERIFF PHIL JARVIS/BONNER COUNTY: "And bolted for the house. He yelled for the children still in the house to get the guns." There are 27 vicious dogs on the property. And one of the other kids let them loose. "They attacked the officer. He was able to scatter the dogs by firing his weapon at a couple ..and they ran." Deputies say the children rarely leave the property and don't trust anyone. There are no phones inside, so police have to pull a car up close and talk over the loudspeaker. "They have no power, no water, no sewage." Neighbors say their mother is mentally ill, and believed the government was out to get her. "It's too sad. Those children especially needed help a long time ago." The kids are well-armed, and they're good shots. Deputies have backed off ..and refuse to confront the children. "Time's on our side. Time's on our side." Sherrifs hope the longer they wait, the calmer the kids will get. Chris Lawrence CBS News.))



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Security was heavy .. and obvious .. as a former F-B-I agent pleaded "not guilty" to spying for Russia.
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You couldn't miss some of the security measures in place, as former counter-intelligence officer Robert Hanssen was brought into an Alexandria courtroom this morning.
Hanssen is accused of passing secrets to Moscow for 15 years in exchange for one-point-four million dollars in cash and diamonds.
His trial is set to begin in late October.
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President Bush is coming to Bedford.
The White House announced today that the president will be the main speaker, when the National D-Day Memorial is dedicated next Wednesday.


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If you want to see the president next week, Bedford police are advising you to leave early.
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You won't be able to park at the D-Day Memorial.
Officers will be directing all traffic from Routes 460 and 122 to five satellite parking areas.
You'll then have to take a shuttle bus to the site.
The parking lots will open at 6:30 next Wednesday morning.
Bedford police are expecting between 15 and 20 thousand people that day.
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We'll bring you extended coverage from the memorial next week .. before, during and after the dedication ceremony.

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News 7 at 5 AND News 7 at 6 will be broadcast live from the Memorial both June 5th and the 6th. [Next page 4618]
And we hope you will join us at 11:00 AM, June 6th for a program we're calling: "Their Sacrifice, Our Freedom" .. live coverage of the dedication ceremony.
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If you like to toil in the soil, you might as well have good earth under your feet.
Jacey Birch gets down and dirty tonight at Bent Mountain.
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Coming up, Mike Stevens has tennis highlights from around the world and in our own backyard...
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[VO] and how do you spell success? Kids from around the nation try to spell their way to the crown. We'll have the winning word in just a minute.
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No major movement on wall street today as stocks climb slightly higher. Here's Ed Crane with today's marketwatch.

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Welcome folks to the Thursday ticker as be once again get started on the clay at the French Open.
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Today American Pete Sampras, who barely made it out of the first round on Monday, was officially knocked out of the tournament.
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Sampras is the winner of 13 Grand Slam events, but does not like clay. And today he was ousted by Spain's Galo Blanco 7-6, 6-3 and 6-2. The straight set loss means that Sampras has now failed in a dozen attempts to win in Paris. Two other Americans cruised to easy wins. Andre Agassi posted a straight set win over Julien Boutter 6-3, 6-2 and 6-2. And Jennifer Capriati picked up a quick victory over Tathiana Garbin 6-2 and 6-1. Martin Hingis and Serena Williams also won today.
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Radford's number 2 player was honored by the Virginia High School League last week.
Jenny Gray, who also runs cross country and Plays volleyball is the Group A Female Athlete of the year.
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The Bobcats will go for their fourth straight state championship next week more on that coming up at six.
Today they won the Region C team title.
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Plenty of off the field managerial news in the big leagues this afternoon.
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For starters, the Montreal Expos have fired manager Felipe Alou, who has been in Montreal as skipper since 1992. In 1994 he was named the manager of the year in the big leagues. Jeff Torborg is his replacement. It's his fourth stint as manager in the big leagues.
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And Tony Perez has changed his mind and now says he wants to remain the manager of the Florida Marlins for the rest of the season. When he took over earlier this year he said he only wanted to manage until a permanent replacement for fired John Boles could be found.
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The ticker is history - and Jean will be back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. Have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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We have a winner .. in the National Spelling Bee.
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He is 13 year old Sean Conley of Anoka, Minnesota.
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And for you vocabulary hounds, it means "one that succeeds to the place of another."
Sean came very close last year, finishing second, and this time around, he outlasted more than 240 competitors to win the title.
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