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On News 7 at 5, there's new hope an American man may not have been killed by his kidnappers in the Philippines. We'll have the latest.
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Also today, a national drug store could soon close its stores in the Roanoke Valley.
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But the news is better for another business as its rising expectations have it expanding its operations.
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((JUST HOPING THEY CAN GIVE ME A PHONE CALL AND SAY THIS IS ALL NOT TRUE.))
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The wife of an American held hostage in the Philippines.. hangs onto hope that her husband is still alive.
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It's been two weeks since a rebel group kidnapped Guillermo Sobero -
The Abu Sayyaf (Ah-boo Sigh-eff) claimes it beheaded the man... but tonight there is so hope.
A military spokesman says he believes the group may be bluffing.
Chris Lawrence has the latest.
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((ON A PHILIPPINE ISLAND MARRED BY GUERILLA WARFARE, GOVERNMENT TROOPS CONTINUE TO SEARCH FOR AN AMERICAN TOURIST ... WHO MUSLIM REBELS SAY THEY BEHEADED.
SO FAR, SEVERAL CORPSES HAVE BEEN FOUND. BUT AUTHORITIES SAY NONE OF THE BODIES HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS THAT OF 40-YEAR OLD GUILLERMO SOBERO -- A FATHER OF FOUR FROM CORONA, CALIFORNIA.
STILL, HIS FAMILY IS BRACING FOR BAD NEWS. FANNY SOBERO/WIFE OF HOSTAGE "you would never dream.. this would happen ..it is a nightmare. " SOBERO, A MISSIONARY COUPLE FROM KANSAS, AND 17 FILIPINOS WERE ALL TAKEN HOSTAGE BACK IN MAY, AFTER MUSLIM EXTERMISTS RAIDED THIS PHILIPPINE BEACH RESORT. IN A RADIO MESSAGE, THE ABU SAYYAF GROUP CLAIMED THAT SOBERO HAD BEEN BEHEADED. THE REBELS ALSO THREATENED TO KILL AGAIN IF THEIR DEMANDS WERE NOT MET. ALBERTO SOBERO/BROTHER: "If they have indeed committed this act, it would be ... it would be a dastardly atrocity, and maybe it's time for the Bush Administration to change its tune in the way they've been handling this up to this point." THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT IS DEMANDING THAT THE HOSTAGES BE RELEASED NOW. Phil Reeker/State Department spokesperson: THE MILITANT GROUP HAS RESORTED TO KIDNAPPINGS BEFORE ... IN ITS ONGOING FIGHT FOR A MUSLIM HOMELAND. LAST YEAR, THEY HELD SEVERAL TOURISTS CAPTIVE ... UNTIL THE GERMANS PAID MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FOR THEIR RELEASE. THE PHILLIPINE GOVERNMENT VOWS THAT NO ONE WILL BE PAYING UP THIS TIME. CHRIS LAWRENCE, CBS NEWS.))


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The autopsy photos of Dale Earnhardt- and whether they should be made public.
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That's now up to a Florida Circuit Court Judge-
Attorneys made closing arguments in the case today.
The University of Floridas student newspaper and an Internet site want access to the photos.
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((TOM JULIN/ATTORNEY FOR FLORIDA ALLIGATOR NEWSPAPER: WHAT WE'RE SEEKING YOUR HONOR IS AN ORDER THAT WOULD ALLOW THE ALLIGATOR AND THOSE WORKING WITH THEM THAT ARE THE APPROPRIATE EXPERTS TO LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE THAT BEARS UPON WHETHER THE MEDICAL EXAMINER DID HIS JOB CORRECTLY, WHETHER THE POLICE DID THEIR JOB CORRECTLY AND WHETHER INJURIES LIKE THIS ARE PREVENTABLE.))
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But Earnhardt's widow has said that releasing photos of her husband would only cause the family more pain.
Under a new Florida law, a judge must be convinced of the necessity of unsealing autopsy photos.
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A Rocky Mount man was killed in an overnight car accident.
Police say 38-year-old Carlton Hodges was driving his Jeep south on School Board Road just before midnight.
He apparently ran off the shoulder and drove back onto the road.
His car overturned several times, throwing him from the vehicle.
Hodges died at the scene.
Police say he apparently was NOT wearing a seat belt.

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It may NOT be Mark Warner's dream ticket.
But he's NOT letting on.
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The newly minted "Democratic statewide ticket" campaigned at a senior center in Richmond today.
Richmond mayor Tim Kaine won the Lieutenant Governor's nomination in yesterday's statewide primary.
Suburban Richmond Delegate Donald McEachin won the Attorney General spot.
Political analyst Larry Sabato says western Virginia and Tidewater did not get a spot on the ticket because those candidates split their local votes by running in the same races.
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((LARRY SABATO/U.VA. POLITICAL ANALYST: YOU HAD TWO CANDIDATES FROM WESTERN VIRGINIA, EDWARDS AND CLEMENT. TOGETHER THEY GOT 57 PERCENT OF THE VOTE. HAD THERE BEEN ONE WESTERN CANDIDATE, THAT NOMINEE WOULD HAVE WON THE PRIMARY, EITHER CLEMENT OR EDWARDS.))
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Sabato says McEachin will be the weakest link on the ticket -- winning the smallest percentage of the vote of any primary victor in Virginia history.
Sources say Warner would have liked Jerrauld Jones and Whitt Clement as running mates.
But Warner's making the best of the Richmond winners.
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(( IF MY FRIENDS ON THE OTHER SIDE WOULD JOIN US IN THIS CHALLENGE, HOW 'BOUT AT LEAST STARTING OFF THIS CAMPAIGN ON THAT RIGHT FOOT? LET'S HAVE A THREE ON THREE BASKETBALL CHALLENGE TO GET STARTED, ALRIGHT?))
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The Democrats have a rally planned for Saturday in downtown Richmond.
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A bread-maker at the Roanoke Centre for Industry and Technology is expanding.
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Maple Leaf Bakery plans to spend nearly 12-million dollars on a new 50-thousand square foot building.
A new production line in the building will create 40 to 50 new jobs.
The company's old production lines require 26 people per shift -- but the new one will run with about 6 employees.

It will also be the largest bread manufacturing line in the world.
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((THIS FACILITY STARTED OUT MAKING FOUR TO SIX THOUSAND CASES PER DAY NOW WE'RE UP TO NEARLY 13 THOUSAND CASES PER DAY WE'RE REALLY GROWING.))
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Maple Leaf is headquartered in Canada, and opened it first operation in Roanoke back in 1998.
The new facility will be up and running by the end of the year.
City officials say they hope Maple Leaf's success will draw other business to Roanoke's Centre for Industry and Technology.
Maple Leaf's breads are sold at WalMart stores are sold under the California Goldminer brand name.
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Coming up next on the News 7 at Five- a national drug store chain may close most of its stores in the Valley. We'll have the details.
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[VO] Also we'll tell you how D-N-A evidence has solved an 123 year old mystery of the old west.
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Rite Aid may soon be closing its Roanoke Area drugstores.
That's the word from a company spokesperson.
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She says the company is close to signing an agreement- to sell its prescriptions in the Roanoke area.
The company will not say who is planning to buy the prescriptions.
Rite Aid will only say that if an agreement is reached --it will close its Roanoke area stores by the end of July.
Rite Aid has seven stores in the Valley.
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A group in Radford works to preserve a piece of the city's black history.
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The Mountain View Cemetery has been a burial place for blacks since the 1800's,
But over the years, it's been neglected.
Now five area churches are restoring the grounds.
Already they have removed overgrown trees from the five-and-half-acre lot. Organizers say they're three-thousand dollars away from meeting the cost of initial cleanup.
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((REV JACK TURNER/RESTORING CEMETERY; IT'S A GREAT UNDERTAKING, IT'S VERY EXPENSIVE UNDERTAKING, WE NEED THE HELP OF A LOT OF PEOPLE, WE COULD DO A BEAUTIFUL JOB IF WE JUST HAVE THE SUPPORT WE REALLY NEED.))
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A fund has been set up for the cause Organizers say there is still a lot more to be done, but once completed they plan to continue maintaining the location.
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The mystery surrouding a legendary outlaw has been solved.
As folk lore has it, "Wild Bill" Longley outfoxed the law. He faked his hanging and lived to a ripe old age...or did he?
Today the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History provided the answer. Aleen Sirgany has the details.
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(("WILD BILL" LONGLEY BECAME A LEGEND. ONE OF THE VERY FIRST SHARP-SHOOTERS, HES SAID TO HAVE KILLED 32 PEOPLE AND GOTTEN AWAY WITH IT FOR A VERY LONG TIME.

(SOT)MICHAEL REESE/ "WILD BILL" LONGLEY, RELATIVE

He lived on the edge of civilization.A man was expected to defend his own honor. If you were carrying a gun, you were expected to be able to use it"
HIS LEGEND ONLY GREW AFTER HE WAS CAPTURED AND ESCAPED DEATH TWICE, ONCE WHEN A BULLET SHREDDED THE NOOSE ON WHICH HE WAS SET TO DIE. THE STORY THAT SPARKED THE MYSTERY.THAT WILD BILL ESCAPED A THIRD HANGING AND LEFT THE OUTLAW LIFE BEHIND.
STANDUP:ALEEN SIRGANY So what really did happen to Wild Bill. Over the years, there have been hundreds of stories.

SOT Doug Owsley/Smithsonian Forensic Anthropologist

"...various tales..governor."
BUT NOW WE KNOW HE WAS IN THIS GRAVE ALL ALONG. WILD BILLS GREAT-GREAT NIECE, HELEN CHAPMAN, HELPED SOLVE THE PUZZLE.

SOT: HELEN CHAPMAN/"WILD BILL"LONGLEY'S NIECE (fast)

"Im convinced this is him"
SCIENTISTS MATCHED HER D-N-A WITH THE D-N-A TAKEN FROM WILD BILLS REMAINS...FOUND AFTER A 15 YEAR SEARCH IN AN UNMARKED GRAVE IN TEXAS.

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"Im glad he was found."
IT'S AN END TO A 120 YEAR-OLD MYSTERY...AS WILD AS "WILD BILL" LONEY HIMSELF. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Still to come on the newscast, we'll see why some investors are worried about the future of the U-S economy,
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Plus a famous Hollywood director is trying his hand at a new business after he made someone an offer they couldn't refuse.
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Hollywood director Francis Ford Coppola is cooking up something big. But it's not a new movie, he is producing a new line of pasta.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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((This fall the Godfather of all mafia films goes digital... when the Godfather triology is released on D-V-D - with behind the scenes footage and director commentary.
Francis Ford Coppola/Director
SOT: "very important scene.....to cast Al Pacino"


To celebrate - Coppola threw a blockparty Italian style in Brooklyn New York recently.. home to his number two love.. Pasta........
Francis Ford Coppola/Director
SOT: ...we heard that perhaps the little pasta factory in Brooklyn which

I had never seen was falling on little bit tough times financially and we wanted to insure that we could have it.
So, 2 years ago this Consiglieri of Hollywood - who likes to mix it up in the kitchen, invested in the Morisi pasta factory - a family run business that began back in 1940...
Standup: Alexis Christoforous/CBS MarketWatch.com This is pasta made the old world way. With over 65 shapes and dozens of flavors the Morisi family uses old style methods to produce just 15-thousand pounds of pasta a week, that's compared to 15-thousand pounds an hour at the commerical factories.
John Morisi/ Morisi-Coppola Pasta
SOT: ...the machinery is 1913 vintage is was state of the art vintage

- we press it we press the dough thru the dyes...in fact it is old world because we're still using the old equipment.
There's Coppola pasta, sauce, even olive oil affectionately called Mammarella
Coppola/Director
SOT: - I think Mammarella - have the kids call me Mammarella


Well - Mammarella is happy to hear that the Coppola pasta line goes national this week...and it goes great with a class of Coppola Cabernet.. from the director's successful winery in the Napa Valley. The perfect meal to have when you cozy up to your d-v-d player this fall to watch The Godfather. AC CBSMW.COM, New York.))
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Coming up a little later, Steve Pardon checks in from his latest campsite,
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[VO] But first in sports, we'll tell what has one N-B-A team owner climbing the walls, and then some.
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There are new indications the nation's economic problems are not over yet. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your mid-week ticker.
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As News 7 sports reported Monday, Roanoke Steam owner Harold Jordan announced today that he is now the majority owner of the arena football team. A source very close to the team says Jordan now owns in excess of two-thirds of the team.

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The Steam held a one PM news conference today at the Roanoke Civic Center where Jordan unveiled his plan for the team.


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Richard Maucher and Dick Yancey are minority owners. The 5 and 5 Steam takes on Greensboro this Friday at the Roanoke Civic Center.


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The Pulaski Rangers opened their mini camp at Historic Calfee Park.
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The team has a total of 7 players that was drafted in 2001.
Bruce Crabbe returns as the teams manger. He's beginning his fourth season with the Rangers and his second in Pulaski.
And today's mini camp is the first step in preparing the players for the minor leagues.
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The Rangers open the season on the road at Burlington June 19-th before returning to Calfee Park for the home opener on June 20-th.


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The 76ers and Lakers return to the courts as the championship series resumes in Philadelphia tonight.
Los Angeles leads the series two games to one.
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Today Philadelphia owner Pat Croce scaled a nearly 400-foot span of the Walt Whitman Bridge that crosses the Delaware River between Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Once there he hung a five-foot-by-70-foot banner that reads, ``Go Sixers, Beat L-A.''

Coming up tonight at six, you'll meet a Northside graduate whose photography career takes us through the life of Dale Earnhardt.

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Finally tonight, if you are looking for a place to escape in the great outdoors, Steve Pardon has just the place for you....Holliday Lake State Park in Appomattox County.
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