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Today on News 7 at 5, there are more questions about the tires on Ford Explorers. Now Congress wants to know if the new tires are even worse than the ones previously recalled.
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Also for the second time in just over a week, the federal government executes a convicted murderer.
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In other news, a former vice presidential candidate is diagnosed with cancer,
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and Baltimore's Cal Ripken says it's almost time to hang up his cleats.
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Ford responds to the latest allegation.. that it's replacement tires may be more dangerous that the recalled tires.


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((COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: WHAT DO YOU PLAN TO DO ABOUT IT? JAQUES NASSER/FORD CEO: MR. CHAIRMAN WE SHOULD NOT WAIT THIRTY DAYS IF THE INFORMATION IS ACCURATE WE SHOULD ACT IN 30 MINUTES.))
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It is the latest dispute between Firestone and Ford and the latest concern among drivers- Are the tires they're putting on their vehicles just as suspect as the recalled tires coming off?
Aleen Sirgany has the story from Washington.
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(( Jacques Nasser/Chief Executive, Ford this is a tire issue and only a tire issue.
AT THE CENTER OF THE LATEST FIRESTONE/ FORD CONTROVERSY..are, ALLEGATIONS THAT FORD HAS REPLACED MILLIONS OF BAD TIRES WITH...EVEN POORER ONES. Rep. Billy Tauzin/R-LA. The raw data indicates that some of these tires have histories worse that the tires they are replacing. BUT BILLY TAUZIN , THE HEAD OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING TIRE SAFETY .. CAME UNDER FIRE HIMSELF FOR REFUSING TO NAME THOSE BRANDS OF REPLACEMENT TIRES...UNTIL THERE IS FURTHER INVESTIGATION. Jaques Nasser/Chief executive, Ford. Mr. Chairman, we shouldn't be waiting 30 days. If that data you have, which no one else seems to have, if you have it and its accurate, well act on it.
FORDS CHAIRMAN JACQUES NASSAR ARGUES THE CAR COMPANY ASKED THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION ABOUT THE REPLACEMENT TIRES AND THE AGENCY RAISED NO SAFETY CONCERNS. CARS ON HILL SHOWING THEIR CONFIDENCE IN THE SUV, ABOUT A THOUSAND UNITED AUTO WORKERS DROVE THEIR FORD EXPLORERS TO THE NATIONS CAPITAL. FORD SAYS IT WILL NOW REPLACE ALL 13 MILLION FIRESTONE WILDERNESS ATS STILL ON ITS VEHICLES. JOHN LAMPE/FIRESTONE TC14:49 replacing good tires with other tires is a diversionary tactic. If its just a tire issue why do rollovers continue in Venezuela after Firestone Tires have been replaced? LAWMAKERS ARE CALLING ON THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION TO QUICKLY FINISH ITS INVESTIGATION. SO FAR, THERE HAVE BEEN 203 FATALITIES CONNECTED WITH THE FIRESTONE TIRES AND FORD EXPLORERS. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))



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He was put to death in the same chamber as Timothy McVeigh ... using the same type of lethal chemicals.
Today though it was a Texas drug kingpin and murderer executed in Terre Haute, Indiana-
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It is the second FEDERAL execution in little more than a week.
Juan Raul Garza was convicted in 1993 of shooting a man five times and ordering the murder of two others.
Before being put to death, Garza... unlike McVeigh... offered an apology for his crimes.
A media witness attending the execution read his last statement.
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((KAREN HENSEL/MEDIA WITNESS: HE SAID I WANT TO SAY I'M SORRY .. I APOLOGIZE FOR ALL OF THE PAIN AND GRIEF THAT I CAUSED. I ASK FOR YOUR FORGIVENESS AND GOD BLESS.))
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It was June Eleventh that Timothy McVeigh was executed for the Oklahoma City bombing.
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A body in a barrel found at the bottom of Philpott Lake in Patrick County may contain the answers to a murder mystery.
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Divers from the Henry County Sheriff's department discovered the body yesterday inside a sealed 55-gallon drum in the lake.
They were searching the lake at the request of Nelson County authorities, who were pursuing a tip it was there.
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((CAPT. KIMMY NESTER: WE DON'T KNOW WHO THE VICTIM IS AT THIS TIME ... BUT WE'RE WORKING AGGRESSIVELY TO ASSIST NELSON CO. ON THE RESULTS THAT IT IS THEIR CASE OR ANYTHING TO DO TO HELP NELSON CO. IF IT IS THEIR CASE OR ANYTHING WE CAN DO TO HELP PATRICK CO. OR IF IT ENDS UP BEING A HENRY CO. CASE.))
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They say the body appears to have been in the water for some time.
The medical examiner is trying to identify it using dental records... and hopes to have more information tomorrow.

We'll have more on News-7 at 6.
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Christopher Haynes is already charged with first degree murder, but his attorney wants to know if a capital murder charge is on the way.
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The 26-year old Army enlisted man is accused of killing 20-year old Tina Foster. She's the waitress who disappeared in late January, and was later found in her car, beaten and strangled .
Haynes' attorney says prosecutors have considered presenting a direct indictment for attempted rape and capital murder, and Wayne Inge says his client needs to know how prosecutors plan to proceed.
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((WAYNE INGE/HAYNES' ATTORNEY: I WOULD JUST LIKE TO KNOW PRECISELY WHAT I HAVE TO DEFEND. IF THE COMMONWEALTH WANTS TO LEAVE IT RIGHT HERE THAT'S FINE. IF THEY WANT TO ELEVATE IT, I DON'T LIKE THAT. I'M SURE MY CLIENT DOESN'T LIKE THAT, BUT THAT SOLVES THE PROBLEM AS WELL.))
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Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney Betty Jo Anthony says prosecutors won't decide on any additional charges until they've evaluated all of the evidence in the case, including lab tests that are still incomplete.
A judge has agreed to hear arguments on the issue next week.

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Three people are dead and 14 others injured after a tornado hit Wisconsin last night.
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Rescue crews are visiting shattered homes searching for more survivors.
The county's sheriff says the storm damaged or destroyed about 120 homes and power may not be restored for a week.


The town does has a tornado alert system, but it did not go off. The town's siren was knocked out by lighting in another storm.
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Still to come, a man who threw a dog into traffic in a fit of road rage has to face a jury,
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[VO] also it's supposed to help clear up acne.. tonight we'll tll you why some doctors are concerned about the potential side effects of this popular medicine.
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A brush fire is burning in Rockbridge County.
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It is just south of Adams Peak and has consumed approximately 300 acres.
The blaze was discovered late Sunday evening.
It's tough to fight because it's burning in such a remote location-- in fact, right now only 15-percent of the area has been contained.
Forest officials say getting the fire fully contained could take anywhere from two to seven days.
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It seems the unthinkable... a man angry over a fender bender- reaches into a car, grabs a dog and throws it into traffic.
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Today that man, Andrew Burnett, is being held accountable for the dog's death.
The incident happened after a reported fender bender...
Apparently Burnett was so mad he walked up to the other car .. grabbed the dog out and hurled it into traffic- killing the dog.
A San Jose Jury today convicted Burnett of felony animal cruelty.
He could face up to three years in prison- when he's sentenced next month.
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Senators on Capitol Hill are jousting over differing versions of a patients rights bill.
As the new majority, senate Democrats are making their proposal a priority. Teri Okita reports from Washington.


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((RELAYING STORIES OF MISMANAGED HEALTHCARE AND INSURANCE COMPANY NEGLECT, SENATE DEMOCRATS SAY THEIR BILL OF RIGHTS PLAN WOULD ALLOW PATIENTS TO SUE THEIR H-M-OS IF THEY ARE HARMED BY A DELAY OR DENIAL OF CARE.

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TRACK: UNDER THE DEMOCRATS' PLAN, IF PATIENTS SUE IN STATE COURT, THEY'D BE ALLOWED UNLIMITED AWARDS FOR LOSSES AND SUFFERING. IN FEDERAL COURT, PUNITIVE DAMAGES WOULD BE CAPPED AT FIVE-MILLION DOLLARS. REPUBLICANS SAY THAT PLAN WOULD BE TOO COSTLY FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS ... WHO'D BE FORCED TO DROP THEIR MEDICAL BENEFIT PLANS..

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SOT: And so, the net result of this bill is: instead of protecting

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TRACK: SOME SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS AGREE WITH G-O-P CRITICISM. LYNN MARTINS OWNS A FAMILY RESTAURANT IN MARYLAND.

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will push healthcare completely out of reach for me and my employees.
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STANDUP: THE REPUBLICANS BILL OF RIGHTS SUPPORTED BY PRESIDENT BUSH DIFFERS DRAMATICALLY ... LIMITING LAWSUITS TO FEDERAL COURT ONLY AND CAPPING DAMAGE AWARDS AT 500-THOUSAND DOLLARS. AND THERE ARE OTHER AREAS FOR POLITICIANS TO DEBATE, INCLUDING NEW RULES ABOUT ACCESS TO EMERGENCY CARE AND SPECIALISTS AND LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAYS.
TRACK: SENATE DEMOCRATS ARE USING THE PATIENTS BILL OF RIGHTS AS A PROVING GROUND FOR THEIR NEW MAJORITY STATUS AND SAY THEY HAVE ENOUGH VOTES TO PASS THEIR BILL "AND" WITHSTAND A BUSH VETO. TERI OKITA, CBS


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A former vice presidential candidate has been diagnosed with cancer.
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Geraldine Ferraro says she has a form of blood cancer.
The 65-year old former Congresswoamn was diagnoseed two and a half years ago with multiple myeloma.
The disease erodes the bones- and fifty percnet of patients do not survive for five years.
Ferraro says she is taking the controversial drug thalidomide and her cancer is in remission.
Multiple myeloma kills about 11 thousand people every year.
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On Health Check Tonight,
It's one of the only medications available to treat severe acne --when nothing else will work.
It's called Accutane.
But some patients believe it causes depression --some even have suicidal thoughts.
And now the F-D-A requires all patients to sign an informed consent form before they can even get the medication.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean,
For years women have had to sign a consent form indicating they realize that the drug can cause birth defects.
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But now anyone who wants to take the medication must sign a form saying they realize the drug could cause mental problems.
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Dermatologist Gary Gross say for years he's realized that there may be some link between mood changes and the acne medication --Accutane.
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((I STARTED REALIZING THAT SOME OF THE PATIENTS WERE COMPLAINING OR THEIR MOMS WERE SAYING GEE MY KIDS ARE REALLY MOODY THIS IS REALLY OUT OF CONTEXT. AND WHEN YOU BEGIN TO HERE THAT IN A FAIR NUMBER OF PATIENTS THEN YOU START TO ASK THE PATIENTS... BUT FRANK DEPRESSION IS STILL PRETTY RARE WITH THE DRUG)) [RUNS23]
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But it was reason enough for the F-D-A to now make patients sign a consent form saying they understand and accept the risks.
The forms says that some patients while taking Accutane or soon after stopping Accutane have become depressed or developed serious mental problems.
And it goes on to say some patients have had thoughts of hurting themselves or putting an end to their lives. But Doctor Gross says there is still no proof that the drug actually causes depression.
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((THERE HAVE BEEN ABOUT 4 MILLION PEOPLE WHO'VE TAKEN ACCUTANE THE VAST MAJORITY ARE TEENS WHO HAVE A HIGH RISK OF DEPRESSION AND A HIGH RISK OF SUICIDE ANYWAY)) [RUNS11]
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There are some signs to look for that might indicate a problem. They include sad feelings, crying spells, the person is more irritable, usually tired, and has a loss of appetite.
Doctor Gross say he believes the drug is reasonably safe --but patients must ultimately weigh the risks.
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((ACCUTANE IS TRULY MIRACULOUS. BY THE TIME THEY'RE FINISHED FOUR TO FIVE MONTHS OF THERAPY MANY OR CLEAR OR NEAR CLEAR COMPLETELY CLEAR SO MANY OF THEM HAVE A MUCH MORE POSITIVE SELF IMAGE AND BETTER OUTLOOK. SO IT'S A DIFFICULT DECISION SOMETIMES)) [RUNS14]
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Patients usually take Accutane for 16 to 20 weeks. Gross says in studies accutane use was compared to hospitilazions for depression. The average patient developed depression two to three months into the course of their medication --and sometimes up to three months or more after stopping.
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Virginia is finally putting its money where its mouth is on preventing teens from smoking.
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The Virginia Tobacco Settlement Foundation has hired a Richmond ad firm to do three years of anti-smoking ads, for up to 30 million dollars.
Its the first major anti-smoking effort by Virginia since the Master Settlement Agreement was reached with tobacco companies.
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((CLARENCE CARTER/VIRGINIA TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FOUND.: I THINK THAT WE WILL GET AN UNDERSTANDING AS WE MOVE FORWARD AS TO WHETHER OR NOT THIS IS ENOUGH. WE THINK THAT THIS IS A SIZEABLE AND APPROPRIATE BEGINNING. WE'LL SEE WHETHER OR NOT WE NEED TO ADD MORE TO IT TO MEET OUR MANDATE.))
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Virginia's campaign will be aimed at nine through 12 year olds -- whom the foundation thinks are most susceptible to peer influences.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll tell you why a local vet student says a busy school life can't keep him from enjoying a little horse play,
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[VO] and the Iron man of the major leagues says this is his last year in baseball.
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Coming up
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Caution seemed to be the watch word on Wall Street today as worries about the profit picture left many investors standing on the sidelines.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Welcome folks to the Tuesday ticker. The clock hasn't exactly been ticking on
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Cal Ripken Junior's career, but today baseball's Iron Man announced that he's leaving the game on his own terms. Ripken will retire at the end of this season at the age of 41. He says he's more than ready to become a real family man.
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[vo nat con't] Ripken ranks in the top 30 in every imaginable category at this point in his career. He is a two time Most Valuable player and a bona fide member of the 3000 hit and 400 homer clubs. Rest assured his streak of 2632 consecutive games from 1982 thorough 1998 will never be broken.
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One equestrian at the Roanoke Valley Horse Show is using what he learns in veterinarian school while he sits in the saddle.
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Joe Amory is a rising sophomore at Virginia Tech.
He wants to specialize in equine surgery after he graduates from vet school.
Joe says riding gives him a break from his rigorous academic life, but what he learns in the classroom also helps him in the ring.
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The equestrian club is part of the Animal Science Department.
It survives off the generosity of private donations.
And it has a long history at Virginia Tech.
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The Roanoke Valley Horse Show continues through Saturday night at the Salem Civic Center Fair Grounds.
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Coming up at six Steve Mason takes a look at a unique junior golf camp.[5-Greenbrier-Flights]


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The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia has found a new way to attract visitors.
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The resort will subsidize flights between Greenbrier Valley Airport and Atlanta beginning July first.
Delta Connection regional jets operated by Atlantic Southeast Airlines will fly in and out every day until October 31st -- the end of the resort's peak season.

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Gerber baby food has come in those familiar glass jars for nearly 60-years, but soon parents will have a new choice.
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The nation's oldest baby food maker is offering baby food and single serving juices in plastic packaging.
Gerber hopes the plastic containers will help simplify busy parents lifestyles.
Gerber offers all 16 flavors of four ounce juices and some of its most popular foods in the new plastic containers.
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