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Coming up today on News 7 at 5, an announcement by House of Delegates Minority Leader Dick Cranwell will have a major impact on local politics. We'll tell you what he said.
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Also local police say they need more help in the search for a missing woman from Salem. [Weather-Head]
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Expecting temperatures and dew points to drop a few degrees Friday making the weather a bit more comfortable. Details just ahead.

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Also today, the owner of a former tourist attraction in our region vows to rebuild,
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and on Health Check, we'll see how a tiny little tick can cause big problems for local residents.
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There is good news and bad news in the search for missing intern Chandra Levy (LEE-vee). Washington DC police say the good news is they've found no evidence of suicide. The bad news is they've found no evidence, period. Aleen Sirgany has the latest.
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((POLICE ARE NOW SAYING THEY DON'T THINK CHANDRA LEVY KILLED HERSELF.

(SOT)CHIEF CHARLES RAMSEY/Metropolitan Police Department

"As time goes on... after a period of time."
POLICE CHIEF CHARLES RAMSEY SAYS INVESTIGATORS ARE NOW FOCUSING ON TWO POSSIBILITIES: THAT CHANDRA LEVY INTENDED TO VANISH AND NOT BE FOUND, OR SOMEONE HARMED HER. SPECULATION CONTINUES TO SHINE ON CONGRESSMAN GARY CONDIT WHO HAS ALREADY BEEN QUESTIONED BY POLICE TWICE. BUT THEY MAINTAIN HE IS NOT A SUSPECT.

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"We don't have anything that connects him to her disappearance."
CONDIT, WHO HAS DENIED A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP WITH LEVY...CALLING THE INTERN A GOOD FRIEND, CANCELED APPEARANCES AT THREE FOURTH OF JULY PARADES WEDNESDAY. THIS JUST DAYS AFTER A FLIGHT ATTENDANT SAYS SHE HAD A YEAR LONG AFFAIR WITH THE CONGRESSMAN AND THAT HE ASKED HER TO LIE ABOUT IT. CHIEF RAMSEY SAYS THAT HAS LITTLE BEARING ON THE MISSING PERSON'S CASE.

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"I'm not trying to find a flight attendant, I'm trying to find Chandra Levy. We're not the sex police, we're trying to find a missing person."
THE CHIEF SAYS, ALTHOUGH IT'S FRUSTRATING, AS FAR AS HE'S CONCERNED, NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS....IT GIVES HOPE CHANDRA LEVY IS STILL ALIVE. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBSNEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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City Police today renewed their call for information that might lead to a Salem woman abducted a week ago from the main Roanoke Post Office.
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Jennifer Barker had arrived for work as usual between six and seven A-M.
She she hasn't been seen since LAST Thursday.
MONDAY, Police found a car in the Hardy area that Dewey Summerlin had borrowed the day before the abduction.
Court records indicate the car had what looks like "human blood" in it.
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Police are still looking for Summerlin's Green Honda Accord... about a ten-year old vehicle with temporary tags.



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Vinton Delegate Dick Cranwell says he has decided not to run for re-election.
The House Minority Leader made the announcement just a few minutes ago at the Vinton library.
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And Joe Dashiell is there now with more on this major political development.
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Shannon Since Cranwell was lumped into the same district with Roanoke Delegate and fellow Democrat Chip Woodrum, we've heard plenty of speculation about his political future... possibly even a challenge of Salem Delegate Morgan Griffith...
But late this afternoon, Cranwell said 29 years in the House of Delegates is enough.
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The U.S. Attorney General is praising President Bush's pick for the new F-B-I chief.
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John Ashcroft says Robert Mueller's (MUHL'-urz) strong management abilities and his criminal law expertise make him a great choice. Mueller is the U-S attorney in San Francisco, and he worked in the Justice Department in the first Bush administration. He was introduced by the president during a White House ceremony today.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: AGENTS OF THE BUREAU PRIZE THREE VIRTUES ABOVE ALL: FIDELITY, BRAVERY, AND INTEGRITY. THIS NEW DIRECTOR IS A MAN WHO EXEMPLIFIES THEM ALL.))
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Mueller says he's honored to have been nominated. If confirmed he would take over an agency recently stung by embarrassments including bungled documents in the Timothy McVeigh case and a high-profile spy scandal.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Lynchburg ministers try something new to help keep ex-convicts on the straight and narrow,
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[VO] and a local artist says he will bring the magic back to the Enchanted Castle that was destroyed earlier this year by fire.
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The owner of the Enchanted Castle says a devastating fire has given him the opportunity to improve his work.
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Mark Cline says he's rebuilding his eclectic tourist attraction to be bigger and better.
The new Enchanted Castle will be more than twice the size of its predecessor.
A fire back in April caused 300-thousand dollars in damage to his workshop and tools.
Investigators say the damage was too severe to determine whether the fire was arson or accidental.
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((MARK CLINE/ENCHANTED CASTLE CREATOR: IN MY HEART OF HEARTS, I'D LIKE TO THINK THE WHOLE THING STARTED WITH BAD WIRING OR RAGS CATCHING ON FIRE. I'D HATE TO THINK SOMEBODY WAS OUT THERE THAT WANTED TO HURT ME. BUT THEY CAN'T PROVE ONE WAY OR ANOTHER WHETHER IT WAS ARSON OR WHETHER IT WAS AN ACCIDENT.))
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Cline hopes to open the new Enchanted Castle in 2003.
On News-7 at 6, find out why Cline is NOT satisfied with the investigation into the fire... and how he's looking for answers.
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Two unlikely partners are getting ready to tackle the problem of an increasing prison population.. and they want churches across Virginia to join them.
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The Reverend Jerry Falwell and officials with Court Street Baptist Church announced today they will hold a conference and rally next week aimed at "Setting the Captives Free".
Area clergy hope to develop faith-based programs that will keep ex-offenders from heading back to jail after they're released.
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((REV. OWEN CARDWELL/RICHMOND PASTOR: THE IDEA IS THAT WE WANT TO REVERSE THE JAIL TRAIL AND IN ORDER TO DO THAT WE'VE GOT TO DEAL WITH THE FRONT END WHICH HAS TO DO WITH JUVENILES THAT HAVE CONTACT WITH THE JUVENILE SYSTEM, TO DEAL WITH THE BACK END THAT DEALS WITH EX- OFFENDERS BEING RELEASED BACK INTO THE POPULATION.))
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Cardwell says churches need to take a more active role in helping restore and sustain families.
Interested clergy and others will be brainstorming ideas at the conference when it gets underway next Thursday.


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In Health Check tonight,
Every year about 15-thousand Americans contract lyme disease from infected ticks.
And it's that time of year again when these blood suckers are out in full force looking for their next victim.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more on how to tell if you might have been bitten.
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As a soil scientist for Virginia Tech, Gary Whitley comes in contact with ticks on a daily basis.
Last year he actually contracted lyme disease.
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Whitley says even though he always checked himself for ticks --the deer tick --which is most commonly known to spread the bacterial disease -- is very small.
Compared to the dog tick --it's about one-fifth the size --and could fit on the tip of a needle.
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It takes an infected tick 12 to 24 hour to spread the lyme disease bacteria to humans.
That's why Whitley say it's important to remove them as soon as possible.
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((I GET THE TWEEZERS RIGHT AGAINST THE SKIN AND GET AS MUCH AS THE HEAD AREA AND PULL IT OUT-- I DO NOT GRASP THE THICKER BODY --BECAUSE WHEN MASH TO PULL THEM OUT YOU SQUIRT THAT BACK INTO THE FLESH BACK INTO YOUR SYSTEM)) [RUNS13]
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Some signs of lyme disease include a skin lesion --that forms at the site of the bite --it usually gets bigger and looks like a bull's eye.
Other indicators are flu-like symptoms, fatigue, fever, headache, stiff neck, muscle or joint pain.
And if lyme disease is left untreated it can lead to nervous disorders, heart problems, or joint swelling and pain.
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((WE TREAT IT WITH ANTIBIOTICS --IT'S VERY EASY TO TREAT --IF IT'S BEEN LONGER IT CAN STILL BE TREATED WITH ANTIBIOTICS WITH VERY LITTLE COMPLICATIONS FROM IT NORMALLY )) [RUNS13]
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Whitley says after taking antibiotics it only took a few days for his symptoms to clear-up.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Vinton.))

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A man who sprayed a fire extinguisher in Japan's Foreign Ministry was apparently protesting a recent embezzlement scandal.
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The man entered the building today while journalists were interviewing a Socialist Party leader.
He was shouting, "The embezzlement scandal hasn't been solved," and "The foreign minister can't do it all by herself." People's first reaction was to run for cover as the hall started filling with white mist. Within seconds three police officers had the man pinned to the floor. No one was injured.
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Still ahead on News 7 at Five, Leo Hirsbrunner will tell us how a garden can help growing young minds.
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A garden is just a garden in your own backyard...but in this weeks Growin It Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner takes us to a place where a water fall and beautiful plants turn into a perfect learning tool....
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Still to come on the newscast, there is another big upset at Wimbledon. Roy Stanley will have the details in Sports,
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And then a little later, we'll see which musical All Stars are tops with soem elite major leaguers.
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On Wall Street today, stocks tumbled as another round of profit warnings reminded investors how badly business is suffering both in the U-S and abroad.
Renay San Miguel has more in today's Marketwatch.
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Thanks Shannon and good afternoon everybody and welcome to the two minute ticker.
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We start today with the women's Semi finals at Wimbledon. Jennifer Capriati's run is over while Venus Williams run lives on.
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Capriati was going for the grand slam with a win at Wimbledon.
But she ran into a road block in Justine Henin. After crusing through the first set 6-2, Capriati's baseline play ran out. Henin would take the next two sets 6-4, 6-2 to advance becoming the first player from Belgium to reach the Wimbledon final.
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Henin now moves into the final against Venus Williams.
Williams outlasted Lindsay Davenport 6-2, 6-7, 6-1.
It's William's fourth win in the last five matches against Davenport.
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Meantime, Andre Agassi and Patrick Rafter will meet in the semi finals for a third straight year tomorrow. The other match pits Tim Henman against three time finalist Goran Ivanisevic.



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The possible sale of the Roanoke Express continues to occupy the attention of the team's coach, the local group that wants to buy it and the fans.
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Chris Pollock, the owner of Rising Star Sports and Adventure Camp has been waiting by the phone, as has his partner in potentially buying the Express, Ashby Coleman.
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Coming up at six, Steve Mason will have news of a possible relocation of the Express IF it is sold to an outside group and we will hear from the fans here in Roanoke on their thoughts as this process draws out.

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Keith Decker of Fieldale is the Virginia State Golf Association's top ranked player. Decker leads the division with 167 points as of today.
He earned the top ranking for his solid 2000 season as well as his 2001 victories at the Kenridge Cup Invitational and the V-S-G-A four ball championship with David Partridge.
Daleville's Matt Mankin is fifth with 72 points.
More on the Express coming up at six and Shannon will be back in a Moment.



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It's All Star Week in Seattle. VH-1 reporter Rebecca Rankin recently caught up with some of baseball's biggest stars to find out how music gets them pumped up for the big game.
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((FROM WHEN THEY'RE WORKING OUT....TO WHEN THEY STEP UP TO THE PLATE ....TO WHEN THEY'RE JUST PLAIN HANGING OUT... MUSIC IS A BIG PART OF MANY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYERS LIVES. WE CAUGHT UP WITH SOME OF THE TOP PLAYERS IN THE GAME AND FOUND OUT THAT IT'S NOT JUST BASEBALL THESE GUYS LOVE.........
Derek Jeter bite "I think music is inspirational...it gets you ready for the game"
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Kenny Lofton bite "Janet Jackson always gets me inspired and kinda gets me up"
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Bernie Williams bite "I went to a music highschool and I learned introduction to classical guitar, so I learned to appreciate all kinds of music"
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LIKE HIS NEW YORK YANKEE RIVAL ..METS CATCHER MIKE PIAZZA DOESN'T JUST LIKE LISTENING TO MUSIC.......HE LIKES TO PLAY IT TO....
Mike Piazza bite music is really everything to me// I play drums, I've been playing drums for about ten years.....I still don't know my rudiments too well...I just love music...I mean I hope one day to get involved in some capacity...after I'm done playing ball it's something I want to try and look into"
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ATLANTA BRAVES THIRD BASEMAN CHIPPER JONES DOESN'T DISCRIMINATE WHEN IT COMES TO HIS LISTENING PLEASURES.............
Chipper Jones bite I guess I'm more of a music connoisseur....I like'em all.....I have a ranch out in Texas so when I'm on that I listen to country.....
S/U Shanai Twain "you're still the one I run to"
Chipper Jones bite I like Will Smith
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Chipper Jones bite so I mean, I visit the full spectrum of music"
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REBECCA TAG: GO CHIPPER.....WATCH VH1 ALL STAR WEEKEND TO CHECK OUT BASEBALL'S SUPERSTARS AND THE MUSIC IN THEIR LIVES....THE ALL STAR GAME iS HAPPENING IN SEATTLE THIS TUESDAY. IN NEW YORK, I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN.))
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