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Just ahead on News 7 at 5, the textile layoffs go on and on in Southside. Hundreds of jobs are going this time.


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And a the two teens who kidnapped a toddler from a mall, then killed him, are set free. And a country is outraged.
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We'll follow U-2 .. now making one of the most popular band tours of the summer.
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And let's check those hands. We'll see whether all that washing really gets them clean.
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A woman is arraigned today for the murders of her five children....
while an ocean away... outrage in England as two young men are released from prison, after murdering a toddler eight years ago.

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It seems the unthinkable... the murder of a child, but today two stories relating to just that.
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In Houston Texas, Andrea Yates went before a judge.. where she was appointed a lawyer. Yates is charged with capital murder but there's no word on whether the D-A will seek the death penalty.
Meanwhile horrifying details of the killings.
The Houston Chronicle reports the olest child tried to flee after four younger brothers and sisters died.
But the newspaper says the children's mother told police she chased down the seven year old as well.
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Another case is causing an outrage overseas-
Two 18-year olds are being set free and given new identities... eight years after they tortured and killed a toddler.
Tonight the mother of the toddler says she's disgusted.. and it seems many Brits agree-
Gretchen Carlson has more.
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((It was a murder that shocked England and the rest of the world almost a decade ago. 2 year-old James Bulger was kidnapped, tortured, and murdered by two ten-year-old boys. But now -- an even greater shock for some. The parole board in England has decided to let the two teenage boys - John Venables and Robert Thompson - go free. The family of the little boy killed claims two of Britains most notorious killers are getting off easy. Robert Makin - Ralph Bulgers Solicitor He is extremely angry, frustrated, feels that the system, and quite understandably so, has not has proper regard to his interests, his views and dealt with the matter in a fair and appropriate way. Venables and Thompson were convicted in 1993 and have spent the last 8 years in a secure childrens unit. They recently met with a panel of psychiatrists and judges to determine if they were still a threat to society. The parole board determined they were remorseful for their crimes and that releasing them with restrictions was appropriate. Eithne Wallis - Natl Dir. of the Probation Service for England Mr. Thompson and Mr. Venables will never be completely free. There are standard conditions in any parole license which restricts what you can do, where you can do it, who you can do it with. In this case, the two teens will not be allowed to ever contact one another or any member of the victims family. They will also be given new identities which will never be disclosed. Lesley Halger - Friend of victims mother Denise Bulger James life was taken in a way that no one could imagine and for what? But for the family of James Bulger - freedom with restrictions isnt a just sentence -- for taking away the life of a little boy. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))


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Here in Virginia, another blow to the Southside economy.
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J-P-S Apparel plans to close its South Boston plant, laying off 346 employees in the process.
Company officials say they've decided to consolidate manufacturing operations .. and discontinue making some fabrics.

The South Boston facility makes filament apparel fabrics for use primarily in the women's fashions.
The South Boston plant is scheduled to close by August 20th.
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Authorities say there's been no sign of the man wanted for questioning in the 12-year-old murder of Ether Adean Smith.
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39-year-old Timothy Wayne Willis disappeared Tuesday the day after Smith's body was found.
He never returned to the Franklin County jail
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Willis was serving a two-year firearms sentence.
Authorities say he worked with Smith for a while as a guard at Tultex and was a "known acquaintance."
He was questioned about the case 12 years ago.
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Willis and his third wife lived in Henry.
His sister says she believes his disappearance is a coincidence.
We'll have more on that on News-7 at 6.

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A scare this morning for a worker at a Dublin furniture plant.
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State Police say an employee at Ethan Allen found a suspicious gas container on a conveyor belt in the rough mill section of the building. According to a spokesman it was a gray cardboard tube, four-inches in length. Authorities responded at around 7:30 this morning, recovered the device ... and safely removed its cartridge at the Pulaski landfill.
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For all those times you wash your hands, does it really make much difference? Still ahead, we'll put some hands to the test in Healthcheck.
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And helicopters, aliens, you name it. There are lots of theories ... but what's the source of these crop circles in Grayson County?
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A storm of controversy is brewing over hayfields in Grayson County.
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The mystery is -- what caused a barbell shape impression in the grass.
Local residents have their own ideas on how the field impressions appeared.
Ideas range from aliens to helicopters.
Your guess is as good as anybody's.
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(( EVERYONE THINKS THAT SOMEONE GOT BORED AND JUST WENT OUT THERE AND DID IT. IT'S KIND OF WEIRD.))
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People have traveled hours to see this local phenomenon.
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Pulaski County is gearing up for the opening of a facility that's five-years in the making.
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Randolph Park will offer residents a pool complex, walking trails, sports fields, playground and picnic shelters. The official opening and dedication ceremony will be held on June 30th. Construction on the project has been going on for some three and a half years with an estimated cost of 6-million dollars.
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Construction on some portions will continue into the summer. Officials are hoping the project provides more than just fun...that part of the story is coming up on News 7 at 6.
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In Health Check tonight,
The number one reason diseases are transmitted from person to person --is that people don't properly wash their hands.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton shows us - getting rid of bacteria and viruses on your hands requires more than just soap and water.
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Many people take time to wash their hands before meals --or after they've used the rest room.
But it doesn't do a bit of good if it's not done properly.
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We first applied a white fluorescent powder to their hands --to simulate bacteria or a virus --then we told our participants to wash their hands until they thought they were clean.
But under the black light --you can see the difference between our first two candidates.
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((CASEY HARMAN: IT'S KIND OF INTERESTING THAT I PAID MORE ATTENTION TO IT I GUESS AND MAYBE KIDS DON'T REALLY THINK ABOUT IT. I THINK I'VE LEARNED TO SCRUB A LOT HARDER AND GET ALL MY HANDS RATHER THAN JUST CERTAIN PARTS)) [RUNS12]
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Our next candidate Brandy was convinced she did a good job.
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After seeing her hands under the black light --all she could say was --gross.
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So, what does it take get your hands squeaky clean?
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((DONNA PROCTOR:WASH ALL THE WAY UP YOUR ARMS AND FINGERS GET THEM GOOD AND WET. THEN APPLY YOUR SOAP, WORK UP A LATHER AND WORK FRONT O AND BACK, BETWEEN FINGERS --SCRUB YOUR NAILS)) [RUNS16]
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And if you don't plan to scrub for at LEAST 30 seconds --don't even bother --Proctor says you're wasting your time.

Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke Co.))

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There's plenty to remember from Lakeside Park, and now a local exhibit helps bring back those memories.
That's why we find Jacey Birch in Salem.
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Built in the early 1920's... it had a glorious and long run... or should we say ride? We're talking about the former Roanoke Valley Amusement Park, Lakeside. The Salem Museum has a new exhibit honoring the days when enjoying roller coasters did not require a long drive or having a fair in town...
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NASCAR drivers remember how to turn RIGHT this weekend. Mike Stevens has the latest from Sears Point coming up in sports.
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Stocks suffered a setback today, with major averages all heading downward.
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Good evening folks and welcome to the start of your weekend.
The Two Minute sports ticker is on time but qualifying is running late tonight
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because it is out west at Sears Point Road course.
One of the favorite this week is the circuit's most recent winner - Ricky Rudd.
Rudd finished second and Michigan, then won the pole and the race last week at Pocono.
Now his sights are set on staying in the thick of the points race.
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The Steam's playoff hopes could rest on Saturday night's game with Tennessee Valley.
Roanoke is on its way to Huntsville, Alabama, to meet one of the league's best teams.
Not only are the Vipers 10 and one on the season, tomorrow night's game is in an arena called "The Snake Pit."
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Many youngsters from our part of the state will be in Charlottesville tomorrow for the Hershey's track and field state championships.
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Last Saturday at the local meet at Kenneth Dobson Stadium in Pulaski County, boys and girls from the Roanoke Valley, the New River Valley, Franklin County, Bath County, Henry County, Botetourt County and Rockbridge County competed in a variety of track and field events to earn the right to advance to tomorrow's competition at the University of Virginia.


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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - we'll head to Charlottesville and talk with former UVa coach Danny Wilmer. Plus, we'll preview tomorrow night's 50 thousand dollar Grand Prix at the horse show. Take care and have a safe weekend. [go to break]


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Finally, one of the hottest concert tours of the summer is U-2's "Elevation Tour".
The band's latest album turns back to its signature rock and roll sound.
VH-1's Rebecca Rankin has their story.
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((U2 IS JUST WRAPPING UP THE FIRST LEG OF THEIR ELEVATION TOUR...THINGS HAVE BEEN GOING WELL OVER THE LAST FEW MONTHS. I'M BACKSTAGE IN PHILADELPHIA, THEY'RE ABOUT TO HIT THE STAGE, I GOT A CHANCE CATCH UP WITH THEM AND FIND OUT HOW THINGS HAVE BEEN GOING.
PACKAGE: REBECCA Q: HOW'S THE TOUR GOING? GENTLEMEN?
AFTER A LITTLE NAP, THE GUYS SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON WHY THEY DID AWAY WITH THE GIANT PROPS AND TV MONITORS OF THEIR LAST FEW OUTINGS...
'I mean, it is relative you know. I mean, Pop Mart and ZOOTV were highly conceptual. With this tour, really it's about the songs. And it's about the band playing together on a very sort of simple, quite bare stage.'
THE BAND'S TOURING IN SUPPORT OF THEIR LATEST ALBUM ... 'ALL THAT YOU CAN'T LEAVE' BEHIND' ......BUT CONCERT GOERS ALSO GET TO HEAR U2 PLAY CLASSICS LIKE 'I WILL FOLLOW'...SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY'....AND NEW YEAR'S DAY'
THE BAND HAS BEEN PERFORMING SOME OF THESE TUNES FOR THE PAST TWO DECADES....AND THEY STILL LOVE PLAYING LIVE.
'I like it. Like being on the road and I think that's where U2 discovers what it is. . . . on a nightly basis we are more likely to have God walking through the room when we are playing live.
REBECCA ON CAMERA TAG: BY THE TIME THE GUYS FINISH THE EUROPEAN LEG OF THE TOUR AT THE END OF THE SUMMER, IT IS GUESSTIMATED THAT THEY WILL PLAY TO OVER TWO MILLION PEOPLE ON THIS TOUR ALONE. UNBELIEVABLE! I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN, BACKSTAGE AT THE U2 SHOW IN PHILADELPHIA.))
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as the last Jeep Cherokee ever made rolls out of the plant.
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