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Up next on News 7 at 5, we will meet a New Jersey man who had 46 MILLION dollars in his junk drawer for almost year and didn't know it.
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Also state tax refunds have been delayed. Now some people say it was deliberate. [Weather-Head]
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Once again today, big puddles from thunderstorms but nothing severe so far. The weekend brings a drying trend. Details just ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In medical news, we'll see something that is helping dental patients recover faster from surgery,
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and in other news, some protesters apologize after they creme the wrong person with a tofu pie.
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((HOW YOU DOING LAUGHTER))
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This man is DOING just fine today- he found a year old missing lottery ticket and now takes home millions.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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You may have heard about the missing lottery ticket- worth 46 million dollars.
No one claimed the prize and the ticket was about to expire....
But then out of nowhere.. a New Jersey man found the ticket and mailed it in .. just in the knick of time.
Drew Levinson has the big game story from New Jersey.
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[SUPER=01-Melvin Milligan/Big Game Lottery Winner;]
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((MELVIN MILLIGAN IS NOW A VERY RICH MAN. BUT HE'S NOT EXACTLY AN INSTANT MILLIONAIRE. THAT'S BECAUSE MELVIN ACTUALLY WON THE 46-MILLION DOLLAR BIG GAME JACKPOT LAST JUNE. IT JUST TOOK HIM A YEAR TO FIGURE IT OUT. MELVIN MILLIGAN/BIG GAME LOTTERY WINNER. "I had the ticket in the drawer, which had a lot of junk in it. LOTTERY OFFICIALS KNEW SOMEONE HAD BOUGHT THE WINNING NUMBERS AT THIS CONVENIENCE STORE IN MONTVALE, NEW JERSEY. BUT THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHO. SO DAYS BEFORE THE TICKET WAS SET TO EXPIRE..BIG GAME LAUNCHED AN ALL-OUT MEDIA BLITZ TO FIND THE MISSING WINNER .. MILLIGAN -- A 40-YEAR OLD COMPUTER TECHNICIAN -- HEARD ABOUT IT ON THE NEWS ... AND REMEMBERED HE HAD PURCHASED A TICKET IN MONTVALE. MELVIN MILLIGAN: "I was telling my wife, you know I happened to be in the area at that time. And she says well you better start tearing up this house to find that ticket, so.
MILLIGAN STILL WAITED SEVERAL MORE DAYS BEFORE CHECKING TO SEE IF HE HAD WON. MELVIN MILLIGAN: "I go into the lottery agent -- the store -- and I had they guy validate it for me. And he did, and he looked at me, and says you're the guy, you're the one." MILLIGAN THEN SENT IN THE WINNING TICKET USING REGULAR U.S. MAIL -- WITHOUT IT BEING CERTIFIED OR INSURED. HIS WIFE COULDN'T BELIEVE IT. KIM MILLIGAN/WIFE - "I said to him said to him said are you crazy you mailed it"
THE LETTER WAS POSTMARKED JUNE 7TH -- TWO DAYS BEFORE THE DEADLINE -- MAKING THE TICKET STILL VALID ... EVEN THOUGH LOTTERY OFFICIALS HAD CALLED OFF THE SEARCH ... AND WERE PREPARED TO HAND OVER THE PRIZE MONEY TO THE SEVEN BIG GAME STATES.
BESIDES BUYING A HOME, MILLIGAN IS NOT SURE WHAT HE'LL DO WITH HIS MILLIONS. BUT YOU CAN BE SURE, HE WON'T BE RUSHING INTO ANYTHING. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS.))





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Meanwhile there could be some changes coming to Virginia's Lottery.
Because of dropping ticket sales and smaller jackpots, Virginia Lottery hopes to trade in the old Lotto Virginia game in September and join several other Southern states for a multi-state version with bigger jackpots.
So far, Kentucky and Georgia have joined in.
Lottery officials say they're happy with the state sales but they are always looking for ways to generate more revenue, which is used for public education.


[5-Tax-Refund]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Did state tax forms this year.. confuse you?
State officials admit their new income tax form confused filers and caused double last year's error rate.
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They also admit they had a glitch in their optical scanning system that has slowed down the processing of some forms.
But Governor Jim Gilmore's NOT exactly putting to rest legislators' accusations that the tax department may be delaying tax refund checks to help boost the revenue picture at the end of the fiscal year.
More state revenues help keep the "no car tax" promise on schedule.
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((GOV. JIM GIMORE: I'M JUST NOT GONNA SPECULATE ON THAT KIND OF THING. I BELIEVE THAT THEY'RE PERFORMING THEIR JOB PROPERLY, AND THEY'RE DOING THEIR FUNCTIONS WELL. AND THAT'S WHY THEY'RE APPOINTED AND HIRED TO DO THESE THINGS IN THE FIRST PLACE.))
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Today, a bi-partisan mix of lawmakers asked state auditor Walter Kucharski to look into the refund check delays.
Commissioners of the revenue across the state say refunds that used to take weeks seem to be taking months this year.
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[5-Sudan-Boys]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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They're called the "Lost Boys of Sudan"...
Thousands of African children driven from their homes by war.
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Now, 13 of them are making their new home in Roanoke.
A brutal religious war in Sudan forced them to flee their villages and families as children.
They spent the last 14 years walking hundreds of miles over three countries.
They endured hunger and the threat of being killed in Kenyan refugee camps.
The young men started arrived in Roanoke more than a month ago and have quickly embraced American life.
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((GABRIEL KELEI: I LIKE ROANOKE.))
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((JOHN KON/SUDANESE REFUGEE: ROANOKE IS GOOD.))
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((BARBARA SMITH/REFUGEE & IMMIGRATION SERVICES: THEY CAN START LIFE AGAIN WITH A CLEAN SLATE. AND I HOPE WE CAN HELP THEM WRITE A NEW LIFE HERE.))
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The young men range in age from 19 to 26.
They are trying to get their G-E-Ds and find jobs quickly, so others can join them.
On News-7 at 6, we'll give you a closer look at the stories and lives of these 13 survivors.
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[5-Abortion-Boat]


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Abortion is illegal in Ireland in most cases... but a Dutch boat arrived in that nation to help Irish women get abortions-
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The boat is staffed wtih doctors- but it arrived in a sea of controversy.
The intention is to take women out into international waters and perform the procedures-
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((REBECCA GOMBERTS/FOUNDER- WOMEN ON THE WAVES: WE ARE HERE TO SHOW SOLIDARITY WITH WOMEN DENIED HUMAN RIGHTS.)) ((RUTH CULLEN/PROFILE CAMPAIGN: THEY ARE NOT WELCOME HERE.))
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[OUT Q=they are not welcome here.]
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So far women can not get abortions on the boat. That's because the ship failed to secure a dutch medical license-
Right now 6-thousand Irish women travel out of the country each year for abortions.
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Up next on the newscast, a local landmark is recognized by the state,
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[VO] and a summer program for children is saved after city police find some stolen canoes.
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The Parks and Recreation Department is happy it is no longer up the creek without a canoe.
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The six canoes that were stolen over the weekend from Victory Stadium have been returned.
With the help of citizens tips, workers and police managed to recover all six of the boats.
Still many citizens were willing to help out and donate their canoes to the city's Summer Outdoor Programs.
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((TOM CLARKE/OUTDOOR RECREATION COORDINATOR; TO HAVE WHAT HAPPENED TO US WAS VERY SPECIAL. PEOPLE OUT OF THE BLUE WERE GIVING US CALLS ABOUT, LISTEN I'VE GOT A BOAT THAT I'D BE HAPPY TO GIVE OR DONATE TO YOU FOR THE KIDS OF OUR CAMPS FOR THE SUMMER AND TOTALLY UNSOLICITED AND WAS JUST VERY GENEROUS AND VERY HELPFUL IN THAT CAPACITY.))
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The quick recovery of the canoes comes just as summer camp is about to begin later this month.
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In Health Check tonight, material from an unlikely source is helping dental patients.
Some dentists are now using cadaver tissue to perform grafts for surgeries eliminating the need for multiple operations.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton explains.
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Jean,
While some people might get a little queasy from the thought of having cadaver material in their mouths.
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It actually has a lot of benefits including a quicker recovery time.
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((
Doctor Barry Wolfe has been using cadaver tissue for years to perform dental surgeries.
It's called alloderm -- a soft tissue graft made from the skin of a donor.
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Today, Wolfe is using alloderm to fix Cindy Wheeler's receding gums --where the root of the tooth is exposed. First he makes an incision around the tooth creating a flap of skin that exposes the root of the tooth he wants to cover.
Then alloderm is put in place --and the skin is stitched back over the graft.
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((THIS IS PRIMARILY DESIGNED TO CORRECT AREAS OF RECESSION WHERE THE TEETH ARE SENSITIVE, AREAS OF RECESSION FROM TRAUMA, AREAS OF RECESSION FROM TOOTH BRUSH ABRASION,AND AREAS OF RECESSION THAT ARE AESTHETICALLY ANNOYING TO PEOPLE)) [RUNS12]
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Before the use of alloderm --the dentists would have to cut tissue from the roof of the patients mouth.
That would require at least two surgeries --and more healing time.
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For patients that means a quicker recovery time.
And with alloderm there is no risk of rejection or contracting a disease.
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So for those who do decide be organ or tissue donors --the may not only save a few lives --but a few smiles as well.


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Jean,


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A Wythe County couples effort to preserve history has made their farm a state landmark.
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Sarah and Abner Graham own the PoorHouse Farm in Wytheville. Since 19-93 they have been restoring the property's main house, cabins, barns and cemetery. The farm, which dates back to the 1800's, is being honored with a Virginia Historical Highway Marker at a ceremony tomorrow. The main attraction is an unbelievable amount of collectibles.
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((SARAH GRAHAM/POORHOUSE FARM OWNER; WE JUST STARTED OUR OWN LITTLE MUSEUM AND IT'S PRIVATELY OWNED AND WE GIVE TOURS AND WE JUST ASK THAT THEY CALL SO WE'LL BE HOME.))
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Items from various eras are kept in different cabins. The Grahams call the displays a "living history book." Both say they enjoy collecting, but that the real reward is seeing people enjoy their work.
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The Roanoke Valley Horse Show is kicking off on Monday. Jacey Birch will join us with a preview.
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Next week they'll be competing in the hunter, jumper and roadster categories... just to name a few.
And while some like to ride them, many of us just love to stare at the beautiful and graceful creatures.
Jacey Birch went to the Salem Civic Center today to get a horse-back riding lesson.
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After this break, Steve Mason will tell us who won the pole at Pocono,
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[VO] Then a little later, we'll have a preview of one of the summer's most anticipated movies. It may have started as a video game, but producers say they aren't playing around.
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Investors on Wall Street received another dose of bad news today- A manufacturing report indicated there was little hope the business climate would improve by the end of the year.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Tofu pie in the face for Calvin Klein-
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[14:07:31]
Actually the pie did not quite hit his face.. but fur protestors did pelt him with the tofu pie- at the American Fashion Awards in New York.
Only problem is they missed their target- protestors meant to kit Karl Lagerfeld.
Six PETA members were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct-
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((fur pimp! fur pimp!))
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The protestors yelled Fur Pimp and fur kills as they were taken away-
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Hey everybody, good to see ya, lets start our 120 seconds of sports on the track.
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Winston Cup drivers qualified for the Pocono 500 today and Ricky Rudd would take the top spot.
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Rudd, who has not won a race in 88 tries, puts himself in the best position possible to end that drout. Rudd turns the 2.5 mile tri-oval with a speed of 170. 50 miles per hour. Qualifying just finished up, here's a look at the field.
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[SUPER=0107-11. Brett Bodine//12. Todd Bodine//13. Casey Attwood//14. Jeff Gordon//15. Ted Musgrave//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Rusty Wallace//17. Michael Waltrip//18. Bobby Labonte//19. Kevin Harvick//20. John Andretti//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Ward Burton//22. Stacy Compton//23. Bill Elliott//24. Hut Stricklin//25. Rick Mast//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Mike Skinner//27. Jimmy Spencer//28. Buckshot Jones//29. Dave Blaney//30. Steve Park//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Matt Kenseth//32. Kyle Petty//33. Jason Leffler//34. Ricky Craven//35. Ron Hornaday//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Kevin Lepage//37. Robert Pressley//38. Andy Houston//39. Elliott Sadler//40. Bobby Hamilton//;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Kurt Busch//42. Wally Dallenbach//43. Jerry Nadeau//;]
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The Philadelphia 76-ers can pack it in tonight unless they are able to win game 5 of the N-B-A championship series with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Philadelphia trails the Lakers 3 games to 1.
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Tip off in game 5 is tonight at 9.






[5-Tomb-Raider]


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She is one of the most controversial stars in Hollywood. But Angelina Jolie thinks of herself as just a little girl.
As her biggest movie opens ..CBS correspondent Chris Lawrence sits down with the star of Tomb Raider to find out what she really does at home.
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((Narr: Lara Croft is based on a videogame ..and one thats hard to live up to.

(NAT MUSIC)

Even Angelina Jolie had to whip herself into shape for the role.

(SOT ANGELINA JOLIE/ACTRESS)

"They took cigarettes away, and coffee away and alcohol away."
And all she got back was blood sweat and tears.

(NAT KICKBOX)

Jolie trained for three months so she could do her own stunts like bungee ballet.

(SOT ANGELINA)

"there was a time there when I was sitting in the bathtub after being there a month ..all bruised and tired ..and thought What am I doing?
The special effects are so smooth ..I figured even I could step into the Tomb Raider movie

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Until I realized I was still firing a gun that was out of ammo.

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Hmmmmm. Dont start.
Jolie learned to shoot with the best of them ..but says she never brings the tough girl image home.

(SOT ANGELINA/CHRIS)

"Im just this little thing ..you think of yourself as a little girl sometimes ..Well YOU dont! Ha-ha-ha! I thought of myself as a little boy once ..but not a little girl!"
In fact, Jolie says shes more of a homebody than people think.

(SOT CHRIS)

Q:Whats your perfect day?

(SOT ANGELINA)

"Just really anything with my husband. Anything with Billy. We could sit in bed and do absolutely nothing ..just talk or get lost somewhere together."
They just might this summer. In August Jolie is taking off on a bus tour with Billy Bob Thorntons music group ..and theres no telling whats going to happen on the road. Chris Lawrence CBS News Hollywood.))
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