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Just ahead on News 7 at 5 - One Virginia association calls for a moratorium on the death penalty...
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And it's not quite a knockout... But Microsoft wins a decisive battle in the latest round against the federal government.
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A hot sunny day's now leading to some afternoon thunderstorms...I'll show you the doppler radar coming up...

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And in today's Health Check...
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A new back procedure isn't just relieving patients' pain... It's adding HEIGHT.
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Join us for News 7 at 5.


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Score a big victory for Microsoft..... in court.
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It seemed Microsoft could not catch a win in court.... but today that changed.
An appeals court ruling puts a halt to the previous court-ordered breakup of the company.
Teri Okita now with more on what this means for Microsoft.
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[SUPER=01-John Ashcroft/Attorney General;]
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((ANALYSTS SAY SCORE A BIG ONE FOR MICROSOFT. A FEDERAL APPEALS COURT UNANIMOUSLY OVERTURNED A DECISION FROM DISTRICT COURT JUDGE THOMAS PENFIELD JACKSON THAT CLAIMED MICROSOFT MONOPOLIZED THE INTERNET BROWSER MARKET. THE SEVEN-JUDGE PANEL QUESTIONED THE INTEGRITY OF THE JUDICIAL PROCESS, SAYING JUDGE JACKSON: MADE NUMEROUS OFFENSIVE COMMENTS ABOUT MICROSOFT OFFICIALS IN PUBLIC STATEMENTS GIVING RISE TO AN APPEARANCE OF PARTIALITY. WE HOLD THAT THE ACTIONS OF THE TRIAL JUDGE SERIOUSLY TAINTED THE PROCEEDINGS. MICROSOFT SAYS IT'S PLEASED WITH THE APPEALS COURT DECISION. BILL GATES, MICROSOFT CHAIRMAN THE APPEALS COURT DID UPHOLD THE PART OF JACKSON'S RULING THAT CLAIMED MICROSOFT VIOLATED ANTI-TRUST LAWS BUT ORDERED THAT A NEW JUDGE DECIDE HOW THE SOFTWARE GIANT SHOULD BE PENALIZED. THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT ALONG WITH 19-STATES FIRST SUED MICROSOFT IN 1998. THEY'RE OPTIMISTIC THAT AT LEAST PART OF THE RULING STANDS. John Ashcroft/Attorney General: pleased the court agreed that Microsoft engaged in illegal practices. THIS IS THE BIGGEST ANTI-TRUST CASE SINCE THE GOVERNMENT TOOK AT&T TO COURT BACK IN 1984 TO BREAK-UP THE TELEPHONE MONOPOLY ... BUT IN THIS CASE, THE APPEALS JUDGES SERIOUSLY QUESTION WHETHER THE VIOLATIONS WARRANT A BREAK-UP OF MICROSOFT. Teri Okita/Reporting: It's too early to say whether the government will appeal this latest decision, but some legal analysts are suggesting the Justice Department could pursue settlement talks with Microsoft. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))



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A plea agreement in the murder of a 61-year-old Rocky Mount man.
18-year-old Christopher Dorman pled guilty to the first degree murder and robbery of Ralph English.
He'll serve 37 years... and help testify against two friends.
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One of those friends is 22-year-old Charlie English is charged with the capital murder of his former stepfather.
An investigator testified that English, Dorman and 14-year-old Alexander Hudson strangled the elder English in his bed with a boot lace... and stole more than 6-thousand dollars.
The case was sent on to a grand jury.
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The man accused of killing a Hooter's Restaurant waitress last January is unlikely to get a death sentence. The PROSECUTOR says so.
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In court today Commonwealth's Attorney Don Caldwell said he's waiting for evidence from the crime lab to see if he can prove sexual assault, before charging Christopher Haynes with CAPITAL MURDER.
In the meantime, Caldwell said, Haynes is free to plead guilty to first- degree murder and not risk a death sentence.
Caldwell conceded it's not a big risk.
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((YOU WOULD HAVE TO CONSIDER WHAT IS THE LIKELIHOOD A JURY WOULD RETURN A DEATH SENTENCE ANYWAY. THAT WOULD HAVE TO BE CONSIDERED.))
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[OUT Q=to be considered.]
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Haynes is accused of killing Tina Louise Foster. He met her at Hooters in Roanoke and had arranged to take some pictures of her that evening. Her body was found a week later.
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One of America's most-wanted can no longer find a safe haven... in France.
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A French court of Appeals has ruled James Kopp should be extradited to the U-S. Kopp is wanted in connection with the sniper-style murder of Doctor Bernard Slepian, who provided abortions in New York. France does NOT extradite suspects who face the death penalty... so the 3-judge panel only agreed to return Kopp to the U-S - after American officials promised he would NOT face the death penalty.
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About 2-thousand trial lawyers across Virginia are asking for a moratorium on the death penalty.
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The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association is the latest group publicly calling for a moratorium.
A new state law relaxing the 21 day rule to submit new evidence takes effect next week.
But it doesn't go far enough, according to the trial lawyers.
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((MATTHEW GEARY/VA. TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOC.: IT'S A SMALL STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. WE LIKE TO SEE THE FACT THAT VIRGINIA IS STEPPING AWAY FROM THE 21 DAY RULE WHICH IS THE STRONGEST RULE IN THE NATION IN TERMS OF CUTTING OFF ANY RELIEF... GOOD STEP. BUT WE NEED TO DO MORE.))
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[OUT Q=we need to do more.]
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The trial lawyers say Virginia also must look at how to pay for better capital defenses, and reconsider the issue of executing the mentally retarded.
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No laughs for a popular comedian today... who is charged with committing lewd acts - on a child. The latest, ahead. And...
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[VO] America remembers a Hollywood legend... A look back at the career of Jack Lemmon, still ahead.
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Comedian Paula Poundstone... is arrested- charged with three counts of committing a lewd act upon a child.
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The alleged victims are two young girls and two young boys.
Poundstone posted 200-thousand dollars bond and is free- She maintains her innocence.
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((WE ARE SHOCKED SHE WAS ARRESTED WE ARE COOPERATING WITH POLICE DEPARTMENT. WE'VE BEEN AWARE OF THE INVESTIGATION THEY KNOW WHERE PAULA HAS BEEN AND THERE WAS NO REASON FOR THEM TO GO OUT AND ARREST HER.. WE ARE COOPERATING AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.)) ((REPORTER: PAULA HOW WERE YOU TREATED IN JAIL: PAULA POUNDSTONE: WELL.. REPORTER: WERE YOU GIVEN ANY SPECIAL TREATMENT? POUNDSTONE: I DON'T KNOW I'VE NEVER BEEN IN THERE BEFORE.))
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It's unclear if the alleged victims are Poundstone's foster children.
If convicted, Poundstone could face 13 years in prison.
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Hollywood lost a legend - and America lost a major acting and comedic talent. Cancer claimed the life of Jack Lemmon overnight... Manuel Gallegus looks back at Lemmon's legendary career.
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((THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER, JACK LEMMON WAS OFTEN CAST AS THE QUIRKY, WELL-MEANING MAN, TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF BY OTHERS
HE WON HIS FIRST OSCAR FOR PLAYING ENSIGN PULVER IN THE 1955 FILM MR. ROBERTS.

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HIS UNIQUE COMEDY TALENT STOOD OUT IN REAL LIFE HE WAS THE NERVOUS TYPE SAID HE ALMOST QUIT THE MOVIE SOME LIKE IT HOT BECAUSE IT WAS TOO DEMANDING.

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LEMMON LATER PROVED HE COULD HANDLE DRAMA WITH AN INTENSE PORTRAYAL OF AN ALCOHOLIC IN THE DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES.

-SOT-DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES.


THE SON OF A BREAD BAKER, LEMMON ALWAYS WORKED.FROM STARRING ROLES TO CAMEOS ON STAGE AND TELEVISION

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I was eight years old when I decided I wanted to be an actor for the rest of my life, thank god. Because it worked, thank heaven.
IN 93 HE PAIRED AGAIN WITH HIS GOOD FRIEND WALTER MATTHAU IN GRUMPY OLD MEN.

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AND JUST LAST YEAR HE GAVE AN AWARD WINNING PERFORMANCE IN TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE.

(LOCATOR: HOLLYWOOD, CA)


AS IS CUSTOMARY IN HOLLYWOOD FLOWERS ARE BEING LEFT BEHIND ON HIS STAR.

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Hollywood Festival, L.A., August 9 1999 Jack Lemmon
"I think that any artist in any craft or profession wishes to be remembered most of all for the body of work that he or she has done as averse to one or two performances along the way."
-STAND-UP- LEMMON HAD BEEN BATTLING CANCER. HE DIED WITH HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN AT HIS SIDE. HE WAS 76. MG CBS NEWS HOLLYWOOD.))


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In Health Check tonight,
As people get older --particularly women -- they run the risk of suffering compression fractures in the spine.
It's often very painful --and over time - fractures can affect a person's posture.
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But as Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us - a new procedure now available in the Roanoke Valley can do more than just relieve the pain.
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Jean... compression fractures occur when bone becomes brittle and weak --usually as a result of osteoporosis.
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Up until a few years ago the only way to treat compression fractures was with pain medication.
But a new procedure can even restore height.
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((
Doctor John Mathis --head of Radiology at Lewis-Gale Medical Center --is one of the first radiologists in the country to perform a new back pain procedure known as kyphoplasty.
It's used to relieve pain associated with compression fractures --when a vertebra collapses because of the loss of bone mineral.
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((IT'S THE ONLY PROCEDURE OUT THERE THAT HAS THE CHANCE RIGHT NOW OF NOT ONLY TREATING THE PAIN BUT RESTORING SOME OF THE HEIGHT LOSS IN THE COMPRESSION FRACTURE)) [RUNS13]
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The procedure works by inserting a needle into the vertebra --then an inflatable balloon is inserted.
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(( ONCE WE THINK IT'S IN A LOCATION WE THINK IS APPROPRIATE WE CAN INFLATE THAT BALLOON --AND AS THAT BALLOON INFLATES IT PUSHES BONE ASIDE)) [RUNS07]
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By opening the fractured bone - it restores height. Then bone cement is injected - which reinforces the vertebra --thereby relieving the pain.
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(( THIS PROCEDURE IS APPROPRIATE FOR SOMEONE WHO HAS A RECENT COMPRESSION FRACTURE AND RECENT USUALLY MEANS WITHIN THE LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS.THE SOONER THE BETTER BECAUSE IF WE CAN GET TO IT RIGHT AWAY -THE OPPORTUNITY FOR HEIGHT RESTORATION IS PROBABLY BETTER )) [RUNS10]
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Pain relief occurs in between 80 to 90 percent of patients - and for a portion - it will also restore height. Doctor Mathis says the procedure is basically safe. The most common side effect is leakage of the cement outside the bone - but that is rare.
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Jean?


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A rose by any other name would smell as sweet... but only if you know the right steps to planting your own rose garden.
In this week's Growin' It... Leo Hirsbrunner finds out how he could grow his own roses like the pros do... and there's more to beautiful buds than you might think.
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Leo has your weather forecast - just ahead... Plus...
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Mill Mountain's newest stars are now on display - for the PUBLIC to see. There's much more still to come. Stay with us...
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Coming up in sports... We're going to camp with Tiki and Ronde Barber... Today - it's all about speed. And...
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after a bleak few months for local companies in the furniture business... One company says it's looking to hire again...
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A soft landing for a local upholstery manufacturer ....
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Rowe furniture plans to add a new production line in two weeks.
Poor retail sales plaguing the furniture industry resulted in a one- hundred- thirty worker cutback in January.
But things are picking back up. Rowe will hire between twelve and twenty four people to start the new production line.
A company spokesperson says that number will most likely grow to fifty.
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The big Microsoft legal win and the latest cut in interest rates were among the factors accounting for a boost on Wall Street today. Alexis Christoforous has the details in Marketwatch...
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your ticker.
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The Ronde and Tiki Barber NFL Twins camp moved in doors today for the speed, agility and quickness portion.
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Ronde and Tiki joined forces with Kansas assistant strength and conditioning coach Matt Link in putting about 50 high school football players through drills that will help prepare the athlete for college football.
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[OUT Q=......give back right now"]






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The Steam hosts Augusta tomorrow night. You will see two quarterbacks in Al Clark and Matt D'Orazio for
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Roanoke. Clark plays the first and third quarter and D'Orazio takes care of the second and fourth periods.
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((MATT D'ORAZIO/ROANOKE STEAM HEAD COACH: I'M SURE AL'S GETS INTO THE GROOVE AND WANTS TO STAY IN THE GAME AT THE SAME TIME I THINK I CAN PLAY THE WHOLE GAME. SO FAR I THINK WERE FIVE AND TWO DOING THIS IT'S WORKED OUT FOR THE BEST.))
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D'Orazio has proved himself to be one of the best in the league.
He's the fifth rated passer with 47 completions on 70 attempts for 607 yards and eight TD's.
D'Orazio has thrown just two interceptions.
The Ohio native spent last season with the Arena One Milwaukee Mustangs.
He says playing this system has made him mentally tougher.
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[IN Q=stronger as far]

((D'ORAZIO: STRONGER AS FAR AS STAYING FOCUSED INTO THE GAME WHEN I'M NOT PLAYING AND SEEING THINGS FROM THE SIDELINE AND EXECUTE WHEN I GET IN. STEVEN JERRY/STEAM HEAD COACH: MATT HAS ALWAYS BEEN STUCK BEHIND MORE EXPERIENCED AND HIGH QUALITY ARENA ONE QUARTERBACKS. HE'S ACTUALLY COME DOWN HERE TO GET MORE PLAYING TIME AND GET BACK UP THERE FOR A STARTING POSITION.))
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Roanoke's National Basketball Development League team introduced it's head basketball coach today.
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Kent Davison met the media at a 11 am news conference at the Roanoke Civic Center today. He has coached in the CBA and, currently, is coaching a team in the United States Basketball league playoffs. So what kind of team will Roanoke have?
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Coming up at six, racing news from Martinsville Speedway and from Danville's track, but more news 7 at five to come.

[5-Snow-Leopards]


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Mill Mountain Zoo's snow leopard cubs are adjusting to life - in the public eye.
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The young male and female were released into an outdoor pen for public viewing this morning for the first time since their birth... almost two months ago. They will be on display every day, weather permitting. The first few moments outside proved exciting for the male, who eagerly explored the new surroundings. But mom Tasha kept a close eye on the female.
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[IN Q=The female, seems the female, she spends more time with...]
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((The female, seems the female, she spends more time with and likes to keep the female closer to her. And even with the female, when we have to handle her, the female seems more comfortable with another leopard. And the male, he just goes wherever he wants.))
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[OUT Q=he just goes wherever he wants.]
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The zoo plans to slowly introduce the cubs to their father, Boris, when they get a bit older and bigger. Right now they weigh about six pounds each.
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