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Today on News 7 at Five, nearly 400 local postal employees will lose their jobs by next May. We'll have the details.
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Also attorneys for the woman accused of killing her five children address rumors that she's pregnant. [Weather-Head]
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Also today, Publishers Clearing House spends millions of dollars to settle a multistate lawsuit,
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Plus she can turn the world on with her smile, but can Mary Tyler Moore get more money out of Congress. We'll see today on health check.
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((TOO OFTEN PEOPLE HAVE BEEN VICTIMIZED CONSUMERS, SENIOR CITIZENS IN IDNIANA BY THE DECEPTIVE PRACTICES OF PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE.))
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Now the company will have to pay... and it's not prize money, but millions to settle allegations of deceptive marketing.
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Chances are you've received an envelope in the mail saying you're a guaranteed winner.... but that's about to change.
Mailings can no longer include that phrase.
It's all part of a major victory. Dozens of states win the battle against the Sweepstakes company.
Jennifer Jones has more.
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((Narr: The commercials are famous. Publishers Clearing House promising to make someone, anyone, a millionaire. But now the sweepstakes company has agreed to pay 34 million dollars to 26 States to settle allegations it employed deceptive marketing practices.

(SOT: James Doyle, Wisconsin Assistant Attorney General)

143035 a settlement that will forever change the sweepstakes business
The State Attorneys General sued after this American dream turned into a nightmare for many.
Like Hulda Riese of Illinois, who died two years ago after she stopped her heart medication so she could pay for magazine subscriptions...she believed would help her become a winner.

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Heres all the money she had spent.
Publishers Clearing House has long been criticized for its mailings that used phrases like guaranteed winner, and not making it clear enough that no purchase was necessary to enter.
It also came under fire for marketing practices many say targeted older Americans.

(SOT: Tom Miller/Iowa Attorney General)

140936 Why would an envelope say final winner when theres a one in 150 million chance?

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143736 as a result of this settlement, these practices will stop, they will no longer say false things. Cannot say likely or possible winner.

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Publishers Clearing House claims this latest settlement will make it the most reliable and trustworthy in the industry...letting everyone know they have a fair chance at being a millionare. Jennifer Jones CBS News))

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Almost 400 local postal employees will be looking for new jobs next year.
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The Salem Remote Encoding Center is closing its doors in May of 2002. It's part of a nationwide plan to phase out the centers. All the work will be done by computers, so the workers are no longer necessary.
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((SHERRI MITCHELL/EMPLOYEE: WELL, IT'S GOT SOME DISADVANTAGES. I JUST BOUGHT A HOME NOT THAT LONG AGO AND IT'S GOT DISADVANTAGES BUT WE CAN RELOCATE AND RUN WITH IT.))
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64 of the career postal employees will have a chance to relocate within the system. But the 328 part-time and temporary workers will be looking for new jobs without the help of the Post office.
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Is it possible that the woman who confessed to killing her five children last week is pregnant?
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That seems to be the word around Houston where Andrea Yates is accused of killing her four boys and baby girl.
Today Yates' attorneys faced a barrage of questions.
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((I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TYPES OF TESTS SHE'S BEEN UNDER. I WOULD ASSUME EVERY INMATE UNDERGOES A PHYSICAL THAT TAKES A LOOK PERIOD.)) [BUTT TO 14:02:06] ((WE DO NOT KNOW OF ANY TEST RESULTS SHE'S PREGNANT. THERE'S A RUMOR OUT THERE. AS FAR AS WE KNOW IT'S JUST A RUMOR.))

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Yates attorneys likely won't be saying much about the case.
Earlier today both the prosecution and defense were put under a gag order- meaning they're not allowed to talk about the case with the media.
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A Franklin County teen charged with capital murder appeared in court today, alone.
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19-year-old James Gibson is charged with stabbing and killing his mother and cousin with a large army knife.
Standing alone today, he was arraigned on two counts of capital murder.
Judge Sarah Rice told Gibson an attorney will be appointed to his case within the next two days.
Autopsy reports revealed that both Gibson's mother and cousin died from multiple cut and stab wounds.
Authorities have not yet determined his motive. Gibson says he quote, "just snapped."
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Virginia Democrats filed a lawsuit today- They're challenging the House and Senate re-districting plans drawn up by Republicans and approved earlier this year.
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House Democratic caucus chairman Creigh (KREE) Deeds was himself lumped into a district with Blacksburg Delegate Jim Shuler.
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((DEL. CREIGH DEEDS/D-BATH CO.: WE BELIEVE IT VIOLATES VIRGINIA'S CONSTITUTION IN A NUMBER OF PRETTY BASIC WAYS. IT DISCRIMINATES AGAINST MINORITIES. IT DISCRIMINATES AGAINST WOMEN. IT DISCRIMINATES AGAINST DEMOCRATS. IT FAILS THE TEST OF CREATING DISTRICTS THE TEST OF DISTRICTS THAT ARE COMPACT AND CONTIGUOUS.))
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Republicans say the plans are legal.
In fact, the Justice Department has already approved the House plan.
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((SPEAKER VANCE WILKINS/R-AMHERST: WELL, I GUESS YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT SOME JUDGE IS GONNA DO. AND I GUESS IT'S WORTH TAKING A CHANCE JUST TO SEE IF YOU GET LUCKY.))
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Democrats say the Justice Department approval comes from a "Republican - controlled" administration.
Deeds say he filed the lawsuit in Salem because it's Republican Majority Leader Griffith's hometown -- and he thinks the plans are largely Griffith's work.
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Still to come on the newscast, some big names lobby Congress- They want more money for diabetes research,
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[VO] and now that the strike is over, Comair flights are returning to Roanoke.
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Less than a week after settling a three month strike, Comair says it will resume Roanoke service.
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On July 17th, at ten in the morning Comair flights to and from Cincinnati will resume.
September 1st, the FOUR-pm flights will return.
October first, late and early flights resume.
And November first, Comair's 8 p.m. flights will begin again.
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Roanoke Regional Airport Commission says Comair will hire back the six employees that were let go during the strike.
Comair is also attempting to buy back regional jets that were sold off during the strike.
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16-million Americans suffer from Diabetes.
It's a potentially fatal disease that still has no cure. Actress Mary Tyler Moore joined hundreds of children today to urge Congress to increase funding for Diabetes research. Aleen Sirgany has more from Washington;
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(((LOCATOR: WASHINGTON, DC)

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I remember asking my mother if I was going to die.
THEY ARE DAUGHTERS AND SONS, BROTHERS AND SISTERS.

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Together my sisters and I have endured 25thousand finger pricks.
THEY ARE MOTHERS WHO HAVE PASSED THE DISEASE TO THEIR CHILDREN.

(SOT)MICHELE KILEY/SUFFERING FROM DIABETES

I have sacrificed 26 years of my life to this disease why does she have to suffer.
THEY ARE FAMILIAR FACES WITH AN ALARMINGLY FAMILIAR STORY.

(SOT)MARY TYLER MOORE/ACTRESS

Diabetes is an all too personal time bomb that can go off any day, today, tomorrow or ten years from now. A time bomb affecting millions like me.
MARY TYLER MOORE, DIAGNOSED WITH JUVENILE DIABETES AS AN ADULT, JOINED HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN ON CAPITAL HILL CALLING ON CONGRESS TO INCREASE FUNDING FOR DIABETES RESEARCH AND TO SUPPORT EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCHA HIGHLY PROMISING BUT CONTROVERSIAL APPROACH FOR A CURE. THE CELLS ARE DERIVED FROM ABORTED EMBYOS LEFT OVER FROM FERTILITY TREATMENTS.

(SOT)Andy Webber/HAS DIABETES

I will never forget the day I was diagnosed. I would rather die than take shots.
EVERY DAY, THEIR YOUNG LIVES ARE INTERRUPTED BY A TRAGIC DISEASE. THE CLOCK IS TICKING AND THEY KNOW IT.

(SOT)CAROLINE ROWLEY/HAS DIABETES

I need your help in finding a cure, please, please promise to remember me and all children with diabetes.

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PRESIDENT BUSH IS EXPECTED TO DECIDE SOON WHETHER TO ALLOW FEDERAL FUNDING FOR STEM CELL RESEARCH. ABORTION OPPONENTS, INCLUDING THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, ARGUE THE RESEARCH IS UNETHICAL. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Every year, hundreds of Virginia's are infected with HIV.
About a third of them are not even aware they have it.
That's why the Virginia Department of Health is encouraging those at risk to get tested.
As Health Check reporter Joy Sutton tells us it's an effort to reduce the number of new infections.
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Despite their success in the N-F-L, it takes more than Tiki and Ronde Barber to run a football camp. Today in Sports, Mike Stevens looks at some of the coaches and volunteers who are making a difference in the lives of local young people,
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and the man who gave us one of television's most memorable characters is laid to rest in California.
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There was an outpouring of affection and memories today in Los Angeles as actor Carroll O'Connor was laid to rest.

Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((THEY CAME TO SAY GOOD-BYE TO CARROLL O'CONNOR.... AMONG THEM ALL IN THE FAMILY CO-STARS ROB REINER AND SALLY STRUTHERS. DOZENS OF OTHER ACTORS AND FRIENDS ARE HERE AS WELL... PAYING TRIBUTE TO A MAN MaNAY WILL always REMEMBER AS "ARCHIE bUNKER."

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O'CONNOR PLAYED DOZENS OF ROLES DURING HIS LONG CAREER.... BUT NON OF THEM HAD THE IMPACT OF "ARCHIE", A ROLE THAT RE-INVENTED TELEVISION COMEDY..

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"HE PUT YOU OVER IN AFRICA AND PUT THE REST OF US IN THE WHITE COUNTRIES."
NEVER BEFORE HAD A T-V SHOW, A COMEDY NO LESS... OPENLY CONFRONTED BIGOTRY IN AMERICA.

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WHILE O'CONNOR WAS CONVINCING as Archie.. In real life his friends say he was nothing like him.

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The Miss Virginia contestants take the day off to do some driving. We'll have the details following sports,
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And marine biologists head to the sea to help a rare whale with a life threatening dental problem.
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It was a choppy trading day on Wall Street-
Investors struggled with another round of profit warnings and layoff announcements from big companies including Merrill Lynch.
The market was also playing a waiting game to see what the Federal Reserve will do tomorrow on interest rates.
Alexis Christoforous has the details.
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Welcome everybody to the Tuesday ticker that begins with a retirement party.
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Ray Bourque, the highest scoring defenseman in NHL history, who this past season finally won the coveted Stanley Cup announced he's retiring today after 22 season in the NHL.
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The Barbers NFL Twins all-star football camp continued today with the 10 and 11 year old boys taking the field at the River's Edge Sports Complex.
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The coaches and counselors are able to do a lot more teaching to this age group, which they say is usually the most receptive one of the week. However, the main thing these volunteers are doing is simply trying to instill a love of the game into each and every child.
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And coming up tonight on News 7 at Six we will chat with Ronde and Tiki about why they feel giving back to their community is not only an obligation but also an honor.
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All of that plus a peak inside a new gymnastics' academy in Christiansburg. Take care everyone and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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You could say it's a whale of a rescue operation-and it's all meant to save a whale.
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"Churchill the Whale" is entangled in a fishing line off of Cape Cod-
The 50 foot long- 50-ton whale has the plastic line embedded deep in its upper jaw.
Tonight some good news... scientists have reached the whale and are assessing its condition.
Scientists want to be able to free the whale and treat it before it swims out of their range.
They say the line could cause an infection that could kill Churchill if not treated in time.
Churchill is a North Atlantic Right whale.. one of only about 300 left in the world.
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Miss Virginia Contestants went golfing today.
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They spent the afternoon playing a round at the Hunting Hills Country Club.
The money raised today will go to the scholarship fund for the Miss Virginia Pageant.
All 26 contestants competed in the event today -- but only one is from Roanoke.
The Roanoke Valley Pageant was not held this year due to organizational problems.
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((LINDSEY ADKINS/MISS GREATER FRANKLIN CO.: I THINK SOME GIRLS FROM ROANOKE WOULD LIKE TO GET MORE INVOLVED. SEVERAL HAVE ASKED ME WHEN THEY ARE GOING TO BRING BACK MISS BOTETOURT AND MISS BEDFORD AND ALL THAT. I THINK THEY NEED TO COME BACK AND HAVE SOME MORE HOMETOWN GIRLS REPRESENTING.))
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The Executive Director of Miss Virginia says the Miss Roanoke Valley and Miss Botetourt pageants will be held again next year.
The Miss Virginia pageant is Saturday night at 9.
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