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Up next on News 7 at 5, parents who use strollers will want to have a pencil ready. A leading brand is pulled from the stores after some serious injuries.
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Also more than 150 employees of Norfolk Southern are facing lay offs.[Weather-Head]
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Thunderstorms will be rumbling through from time to time over the next 3 days. We'll check the latest radar pictures in a few moments.

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Also today, we'll meet some people who are walking more than the extra mile to fight hunger,
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Plus we'll see why a new toy has people spending their money on a whole lot of nothing.
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A new snack food is expected to improve the health of Central Virginia's economy.
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Fifty new jobs are headed to Lynchburg as Frito-Lay gears up to introduce a new chip to the market.
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Officials announced today a 15- million dollar expansion at the Hill City plant to accomodate a new product line.


The facility already makes about 45 million pounds a year of Dorito's, Tostito's and "Wow" chips.
Frito-Lay came to Lynchburg in 1996 as part of an estimated 150 million dollar investment in central Virginia.
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((RUSSELL BURTON/FRITO-LAY ECON. DEVEL. MANAGER: I THINK EVEN THOUGH THE SCOPE IN DOLLARS TODAY MAY BE SMALLER, I THINK THE EXPANSION SPEAKS VOLUMES MORE IN TERMS OF THE PARTNERSHIP THAT'S BEEN BUILT HERE. BECAUSE ALTHOUGH THERE ARE LOTS OF COMMITMENTS, LOTS OF AGREEMENT AND LOTS OF DISCUSSIONS, FIVE YEARS AGO THERE WAS STILL A LEAP OF FAITH AS WE FORMED A NEW PARTNERSHIP.))
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About 300 people currently work at the Frito-Lay plant.
Hiring for the new line will begin in the next few weeks.
The new chip will be unveiled sometime this fall.
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A regional airline has reached a tentative agreement with its striking pilots.
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The strike has kept Comair grounded since March 26th, but just moments ago it announced the new deal.
The airline has not revealed the specifics of the new contract, but the pilots wanted higher pay and better benefits.
Comair is the nation's second-largest regional carrier.
In Virginia, it serves airports in Roanoke, Charlottesville, and Hampton Roads.
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More layoffs in store for Roanoke Norfolk Southern employees.
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162 Roanoke Car shop employees have been notified of a three week furlough.
Layoffs at the East End Shops will begin June 24th and end July 14th.
842 Car shop employees in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania got word yesterday as well.
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The East End Shops have been building and rebuilding rail cars for years, but the company says a slowing economy is forcing it to make cutbacks.
We'll tell you more about the future of the East End complex tonight at six.
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More than half a million baby strollers are being recalled-
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The "four in one" strollers are made by Century products...
650 thousand strollers in all are being recalled for two major problems.
The car seat adapter can unexpectedly detach or the whole stroller can collapse.
The recall includes the Take 2, Travel Solutions, Pioneer Travelite and Pro sport, "four in one" strollers.
So far Century has received nearly 700 reports of accidents- 250 children have been hurt-
The injuries were mostly bruises and cuts, but some children suffered skull fractures, chipped teeth and concussions.
To find out if you have a malfunctioning stroller, look on the side of the stroller for the label which indicates the brand and the year the stoller was manufactured.
All of the recalled strollers have been sold since 1996.
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President Bush flew to Sweden for his first meeting with leaders of the European Union.
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Some say it's the diplomatic equivalent of walking into a lions den.
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Protesters were out in force opposing capital punishment, abortion limites, missile defense, and the global climate change treaty.
President Bush says his recent energy plan proves he's serious about the environment.
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(('OUR NATION IS MAKING PROGRESS, THERE'S MORE TO DO, AND WE CAN WORK MORE WITH EUROPE, SO THERE'S AN AREA RIGHT THERE THAT SOME WOULD HAVE SAID WE WOULDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO TALK ABOUT, AND WE HAVE A LOT TO TALK ABOUT.))
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Bush will try to sell the Europeans on his missile defense plan which means abandoning an old missile treaty- something many Europeans believe has kept them safe from nuclear bombs.
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A group of different people from AROUND the country is walking ACROSS it to fight hunger.
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Hike for Hope 2001 is made up of six individuals who are walking through 16-states and over 4-thousand miles. Today they are trekking from Radford to Roanoke. Since starting in Key West, Florida on January First they've covered 20 to 50 miles a day. They say the effort is to raise awareness for OxFam, an organization fighting poverty and hunger.
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((DAKOTA LACROIX/HIKE FOR HOPE 2001; WERE JUST 6 INDIVIDUALS WITH AVERAGE JOBS AVERAGE PEOPLE WHO JUST SAT DOWN ONE DAY AND BRAINSTORMED AND SAID WERE GOING TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN.))
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Sponsors are helping the group along the way and so is a wheelchair. After suffering from tendontis - one walker is now pushed by the rest of the group. They hope to reach their final destination of Canada by the end of the year.
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After this break, we'll see what one facility is doing to make life better for its elderly residents,
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[VO] but first- what's hampering restoration of one of the nation's most sacred symbols. The answer coming up.

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On this Flag day, Americans are paying tribute to Old Glory.
And why not.. the flag is more than 200 years old. But there's more to the tribute than that-
(UH-leen) Aleen Sirgany tells what it's all about.
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((THE STARS AND STRIPES ARE MORE THAN 220 YEARS OLD. WEVE BEEN CELEBRATING THE BIRTH OF THE AMERICAN FLAG FOR A LONG TIME. BUT ON THIS FLAG DAY, WE HAVE EVEN MORE TO CELEBRATE. THE ORIGINAL STAR SPANGELD BANNER, THE FLAG THAT INSPIRED THE SONG, IS ON DISPLAY AT THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE FOR A VERY SPECIAL PRESERVATION PROJECT. SPENCER CREW/NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. we have a very important piece of American History herewith us and what were trying to do is preserve it so that your grandchildren and my grandchildren and their grandchildren will have access to this wonderful icon. THE FLAG ITSELF HAS BEEN AT THE SMITHSONIAN SINCE 1907. BUT FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME, WE ARE SEEING PIECES OF THE FLAG THAT HAD BEEN MISSING. AFTER THE FLAG SURVIVED THE BRITISH SHELLING OF BALTIMORE IN 1814, IT BECAME TRADITION TO GIVE PIECES OF THE FLAG AWAY SPENCER CREW/AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. Youd give it to people of high office but youd also give pieces to family members of soldiers who were killed to honor their sacrifice. BRIDGE: ALEEN SIRGANY ON CAMERA; OF THE EIGHT FEET MISSING, ONLY A FRACTION OF THE FRAGMENTS HAVE BEEN RETRIEVED. AND THATS WHY IT WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE TO RESTORE THE FLAG. THE FRAGMENTS WILL NEVER BE BACK TOGETHER. Fifteen, fifteen stars, today there are fifty. .... IT'S A HISTORY LESSON TO THE OLD AND THE YOUNG. ANDREW STUCK/TOURIST: Its cool. WHATS SO COOL ABOUT IT. I NEVER KNEW THIS MUCH A BOUT THE FLAG BEFORE. Annette Boyd/TOURIST Since we grew up we always heard about it, what its like. IT WILL NEVER BE WHAT IT WAS, BUT THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER IS AS AWESOME AS EVER. AND THE PRIDE, ON THIS FLAG DAY, IS PERHAPS STRONGER THAN EVER. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))


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The largest growing segment of the U-S population is the 85 plus generation.
That's why one local retirement facility is expanding.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, Westminster Canterbury plans to increase the size of its facility by 26 percent.
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So that it can continue to attract seniors to Lynchburg from all around the country.
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The Whiteheads have been living at Westminster Canterbury in Lynchburg for the past two and half years.
They say its made their retirement years more enjoyable.
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(( JAMES WHITEHEAD SENIOR:WE'VE BEEN RELIEVED OF MOST OF THE PRESSURES THAT WE FIND AS WE GROW OLDER AND THAT'S VERY HELPFUL AND IT'S ALSO A COMMUNITY MADE UP OF VERY INTERESTING PEOPLE THAT KEEPS UP MENTALLY ALERT)) [RUNS19]
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Interesting people like Walter Bliss --who traveled all the way from Portland, Maine to make his new home in the Hill City. In fact, 30 percent of residents at Westminster Canterbury are from places other than Lynchburg.
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On this days the residents are celebrating the expansion of their home.
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Westminster Canterbury offers seniors a full spectrum of services from independent living to skilled nursing facilities. And as part of its expansion an indoor pool and exercise facility have already been added.
The next phase of construction includes adding a Memory unit for residents with Alzheimer's and dementia. Bliss says knowing he won't be a burden on his children makes all the difference in the world.
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Westminster will soon be getting some competition --other retirement communities are expected to be built in Lynchburg in the near future.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will have this week's edition of Growing It. Today she tells you where you can find some beautiful plants, but it's only for a limited time.
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More than 15-hundred beautiful plants and flowers are presented for your viewing pleasure. Glebe Hill Gardens which specializes in hostas (HA-stahs) and daylilies... is open to the public for three weeks this summer. Jacey Birch stopped by this afternoon to take her own tour.
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Today in Sports, Steve Mason will have the highlights from a Major League matinee,
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[VO] Then a little bit later, we'll tell you why window shoppers in Chicago could end up seeing a lot more than they planned on.
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They're a problem at just about any park or golf course in the state.
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We're talking about Canadian geese.
They are a big problem at Fairystone Park in Henry County where more than thirty geese have set up permanent residence.
It takes crews two hours each day to clean up what the geese leave behind on the public beaches.
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((JOHN GROOMS/PARK MANAGER: THEIR FECAL MATTER CAN BE A HEALTH PROBLEM. ALTHOUGH WE DO AS I SAID CLEAN UP DAILY AFTER THEM AND WE TEST THE WATER IN THE LAKE MONTHLY AND WE HAVE NOT HAD ANY HEALTH PROBLEMS WITH THAT.))
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Park officials cannot kill the geese because they are a federaly protected animal.
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If you could see our next story, you wouldn't believe it.
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A toy designer is selling an invisible doll.
Invisible Jim is the action figure no one can see. For about three dollars you get an empty Invisible Jim box. It says it is the toy as NOT seen on T-V and his camouflage suit is sold separately.
An Australian designer dreamed up the plan.
While most customers get the joke, some have called to complain their doll was missing.
Apparently there is no shortage of customers, even though as the box says..."Batteries are not included."
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Thursday ticker which stars on the diamond.
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One major league matniee today as the Devil rays and the Phillies hooked up.
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Interleague play continued. Tampa Bay scores three in the bottom of the first. Greg Vaugn with the double down the line and that is gonna plate Jason Tyner.
To the bottom of the third. Randy Winn cracks this shot to centerfield, a triple that scores Fred McGriff. 4-nothing Rays.
[SUPER=35-Tampa Bay/6/Philadelphia/3;]Pat Burrell crushes a two run homer that hits the face of the upper deck but

it's still 5-3 Tampa. The crime dog hits his 13th homer of the season as the Devil Rays win 6-3. The Phillies have lost nine of eleven.
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The NHL Lester P. PearsonAward, given annually to the league's most valuable player, was handed out today.
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The winner is Colorado Avalanche captain Joe Sakic who beats out Pittsburgh Penguins stars Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr for the honor. Sakic led the Avalanche to the Stanley Cup title without star teammate Peter Foresburg. Sakic is also a finalist for the Hart trophy. The NHL hold's it's awards banquet tonight.
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The Los Angeles Lakers are one win away from their second straight N-B-A title. Last night in Philly, The Defending champions beat the 76-ers 100 to 86.
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The Sixers fell behind by as much as 20.
Philadelphia cut the lead to 7 but Shaquille O'Neal slammed over Dikembe Mutombo pulled down an offensive rebound and hit Brian Shaw for the three the Lakers went back up by double digits and held on to win it 100 to 86.
Shaq ended the night with 34 points and 14 rebounds.
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Game five scheduled for Philadelphia Friday night. Coming up at six, news from the U.S. Open and Danville's new boys basketball coach, see ya then.

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Some Australian actors are putting themselves up for public display.
It's because their new home is a real pane.
Drew Levinson explains.
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( In Chicago, it's a slice of life-see through life that is.



Four bald Australians are hanging out inside the huge front display windows in the new Sears store.

Their every move-whether it be working at the computer-preparing dinner or taking a bath-it's all watched very closely by the thousands of passersby.

"YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE A VOYEUR, YOU'RE LOOKING IN ON SOMEBODY'S LIFE HERE?
YEH AND HOW...HA, HA, HA, IT MUST BE GREAT TO LIVE THAT WAY FOR A WHILE"



It will be a while-the next two weeks in fact.

The urban dream capsule is making its United States debut. These guys are trained actors.



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" WE THINK OF IT IN TERMS OF BEING CATERGORIZED AS STREET THEATRE, THEATRE OR PERFORMANCE ART, IT IS SOMEWHERE IN THAT DOMAIN."



Speaking from his window on the windy city-Veteran actor Neil Thomas says he loves being on display 24 hours a day. He says it feels like he's stepping into a different reality.





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"IN THAT SENSE YOU DON'T EXPERIENCE IT AS PEOPLE LOOKING AT YOU, YOU DON'T EXPERIENCE IT AS A PROBLEM-- IT IS JUST THAT YOU ARE SUDDENLY IN A DIFFERENT PLACE."





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"BY NOW YOU ARE AWARE THAT ALMOST EVERYTHING IS ON FULL DISPLAY WE SEE THESE GUYS EAT, WE SEE THESE GUYS SLEEP WE SEE THESE GUYS SHOWER, THE ONE THING WE DON'T SEE IS WHERE THEY GO TO THE BATHROOM. IT IS BEHIND THAT LITTLE DOOR AND IT IS PRIVATE AND IT SHOULD BE."



Nothing else though is-everybody outside, knows what everybody inside is doing.



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"PEEKING IN ON SOMEONE ELSE'S LIFE, DON'T WE ALL LIKE TO PEEK IN ON SOMEONE ELSE'S LIFE AND SEE HOW SOMEONE ELSE LIVES?



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You know what they say about people who live in glass houses?...be careful where you get dressed.
Drew Levinson, CBS News, Chicago.))
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