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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities investigating the disappearance of a Washington intern search the apartment of a U-S Congressman today. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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and a 22 year old man is dead following a shooting overnight in Roanoke.
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Forecasting a slightly drier Thursday with highs in the 80s. And we will take a close up look at the Myrtle Beach tornado and I mean close up.

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In other news, NASCAR takes action against Tony Stewart. We'll have the details in Sports,
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Also we'll see what local residents are doing to help West Virginians hard hit by flood waters.
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Police search of congressman Gary Condit's Apartment... Now he faces a lie detector test.
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It is the latest police activity in the search for missing Intern Chandra Levy.
It's been nine weeks since she disappeared- and while poilce seem to be focusing on Congressman Condit.. they insist that's only one part of a very large investigation.
Drew Levinson is following this case- He joins us live with the latest from Washington.
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(( GARY CONDIT WOULDNT ANSWER QUESTIONS AS HE LEFT HIS WASHINGTON
APARTMENT TODAY-----JUST HOURS EARLIER POLICE INVESTIGATORS WERE INSIDE SEARCHING IT.

AFTER FOUR HOURS INSIDE THE CONGRESSMANS HOME THEY LEFT ARMED WITH SEVERAL BAGS AND BOXES. Assistant Police Chief Terrance Gainer/DC Police We are interested in fiber, hair, blood evidence or body fluid, those
type of things, very standard things.)
POLICE ALSO WANT CONDIT TO TAKE A LIE DETECTOR TEST. BUT THERE APPEARS TO BE A HITCH: HIS LAWYER REPORTEDLY WANTS THE POLYGRAPH LIMITED TO A FEW QUESTIONS, WHILE POLICE WANT A WIDE-RANGING EXAMINATION. Gainer : The polygraph is an effective tool if it's done under the right conditions with a good examiner. THE LEVY'S SAY THEY WISH POLICE HAD DONE ALL THIS NEARLY 11 WEEKS AGO, WHEN THEIR DAUGHTER DISAPPEARED. BUT POLICE SAY HE IS STILL NOT A SUSPECT, AND THEY ARE JUST FOLLOWING EVERY LEAD. CONDIT FACES THE ADDED PROBLEM OF A FLIGHT ATTENDANT WHO SAYS THEY HAD AN AFFAIR AND HE ASKED HER TO SIGN AN AFFIDAVIT LYING ABOUT IT. SHE IS NOW IN WASHINGTON, WHERE THE U-S ATTORNEY IS VERY INTERESTED IN WHAT SHE HAS TO SAY. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON. NOW BACK TO YOU. )



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Police are investigating a fatal shooting and robbery in Northwest Roanoke.
Officials say it started with a robbery around 11-30 last night at the corner of Aspen and Clifton Streets.
19- year- old Benjamin Chastang says he was beaten and robbed at gunpoint.
He says the suspect left the area in his car, while he friend took off running.
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Early this morning, police found the body of Chastang's friend, 22- year- old Ryan Fisher lying in the yard beside a house in the 12- hundred block of Prillaman Avenue.
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Authorities are searching for the stolen car, a green 19-96 Chevrolet Impala with the license number Y-R-C-1-1-7-2.

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Southside residents are also helping flood victims.
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A group of volunteers called God's pit crew will leave tomorrow for Fayette County, West Virginia.
Today, members loaded up trailers with supplies and heavy equipment.
They plan to stay throughout the weekend to help in anyway they can.
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((RANDY JOHNSON/GOD'S PIT CREW: WHETHER ITS CUT TREES, CLEAN UP DEBRIS. WE ALSO BE CARRYING SOME BOBCATS AND A BULLDOZER. YOU KNOW WE CAN PUSH SOME HEAVY STUFF OUT OF THE WAY, CLEAN UP MUD, STRIP OUT HOUSES, WHATEVER THEY WANT US TO DO, THATS WHAT WE'LL BE THERE TO DO.))
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God's Pit Crew just got back from helping flood victims in Texas so supplies are low.
They're asking for canned goods and toiletries... among other items. More on how you can help on News 7 at six.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the House of Representatives passes a bill that could save Americans a lot of money on their medications,
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[VO] Also we'll tell you what one police force is trying to do to stamp out prescription drug fraud.
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A wildfire in Washington State kills four firefighters.. Tonight investigators say they think an unattended campfire may have been the cause.
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The fire has grown to 25-hundreds acres and continues to burn.
The blaze trapped 21 people in a narrow canyon last night and overtook firefighters.
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Two of the four firefighters who died were women.
Four other firefighters are hospitalized with injuries from the blaze.
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The House of Representatives wants to help patients cut the cost of prescription drugs.
Lawmakers voted overwhelmingly today to make it legal for consumers to buy their drugs by mail from other countries, where they are cheaper.
In doing so, the House rejected arguments by the drug industry and the Food and Drug Administration that consumers might be sold counterfeit drugs or drugs whose potency had been altered.

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Pulaski Police will soon be able to put their finger on those who commit prescription drug fraud.
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A system called "Authentiprint" will allow pharmacists to fingerprint customers if they suspect a prescription has been forged.
The Pulaski Police Department came up with the idea after seeing the same system used at grocery stores to verify check information.
Police are hoping it will cut down the number of thefts for prescriptions like OxyContin, Percoset and other pain medications.
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Six Pulaski pharmacies will be issued a free kit, thanks to a state grant.
Pharmacists like Eddie Hale say its use may actually help prevent fraud.
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((EDDIE HALE: WHEN SOMEBODY PICKS UP A PRESCRIPTION FOR SOMEONLE ELSE WE'LL JUST RIGHT WHEN THEY SIGN WILL HAVE THEM FINGERPRINTED THAT IT WAS PICKED UP.))
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Pharmacists will meet with police on July 18th to discuss terms of its use.
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A local hospital adds a new system to help families stay connected to their loved ones in surgery.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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On any given day there can be up to 40 patients undergoing various procedures inside Ambulatory Services at Lewis Gale Medical Center.
And keeping track of all the patients' families hasn't always been easy.
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((IT CAN GET REALLY GET FRUSTRATING ESPECIALLY FOR THE DOCTORS THEY'RE VERY BUSY .. AND WHEN THEY GO TO THE WAITING ROOM HUNTING FOR A FAMILY AND A FAMILY MEMBER HAS GOTTEN UP AND LEFT THEN THEY COME TO US AND SAY WELL WHERE IS THE FAMILY )) [RUNS15]
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But that's not a problem anymore --because families now have the option of getting a beeper from the nurses station.

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And when the beeper goes off --that tells the family to get the waiting room --someone will be looking for them in the next 30 minutes.
If the family has to leave the hospital --they're given a card with the number of the recovery room --so they can call in and check on their loved ones status.
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((THIS GIVES THEM SORT OF GUILT FREE WAY OF BRINGING THEIR FAMILY AND STILL STAYING ATTACHED TO THEM AND BEING ABLE TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE PYHYSCIAN.WHICH IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT BECAUSE SURGERY CAN BE SO ANXIETY PRODUCING FOR FOLKS))

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((NOT ONLY DOES THE BEEPER WORK ANYWHERE IN THE HOSPITAL. YOU CAN ALSO TRAVELL UP TO 25 MILES AWAY --RIGHT NOW IT'S ONLYAVAILABLE IN AMBULATORY SERVICES --BUT THE HOSPITAL IS HOPING TO EXPAND IT TO OTHER AREAS. JOY SUTTON NEWS 7 SALEM)) [RUNS17]
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Coming up today in Weather, Robin will have some spectacular video of the tornado that hit Myrtle Beach,
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[VO] But first Jacey Birch will show us some young actors who are spending their summer on the stage AND on the roof.
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As one group celebrates it's fiftieth year dimming the playhouse lights and bringing music and entertainment to the stage...
Another younger group takes on the challenging task of performing a famous broadway show.
Jacey Birch takes us to Fiddler on the Roof, Junior... which opens tonight at the Showtimers Playhouse.
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Doray reviews last minute changes with her cast of forty before opening night... thirty-eight of these actors are between the ages of five and seventeen... which is no problem for the director.
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The kids tackle their roles just like professionals... while telling the story of a traditional and rather poor Jewish family living in Russia. A time when social change is taking place right under their own roof.
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Tevye plays the father who tries... unsuccessfully... to marry off his daughters to wealthy men.
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((IN THAT TIME PEOPLE WEREN'T JUST COMING OUT AND SAYING, "I LOVE THIS PERSON AND I WANT TO MARRY THEM," NOT BECAUSE THEY HAVE A LOT OF MONEY AND BECAUSE THEY'RE THE RIGHT PERSON FOR MY FATHER BUT BECAUSE THEY'RE THE RIGHT PERSON FOR ME.))
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Tevye's conflict with his daughters causes him to spend time talking with God and adding comic relief to the musical.
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((FIRST, IT'S SHOWING A GENUINE RESPECT FOR GOD BECAUSE I THINK THAT'S AN IMPORTANT PART OF TEVYE AND THE SECOND PART IS, I LOVE FATHERHOOD, I LOVE BEING A DAD, I HAVE TWO SONS AND IN THIS I FINALLY GET TO HAVE DAUGHTERS, FINALLY! WHERE'S MY WIFE?))
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Even with all this talent... casting the junior show wasn't easy. There were more girls trying out than boys... so what does a director do?
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((MANY OF THE GIRLS IN THIS SHOW PLAY THE PARTS OF BOYS. ALL THEY NEED IS MUSTACHES, BEARDS, HATS, THICKER EYEBROWS AND PLENTY OF GOOD ACTING SKILLS.))
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And as the Showtimer's Playhouse turns fifty, the only way the show goes on is by the help of those who give their time as volunteers.
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((WE ALL HAVE TO PITCH IN AND HELP DO THE SETS. THAT'S WHAT'S DIFFERENT BETWEEN COMMUNITY THEATRE AND REGIONAL THEATRE, BECAUSE REGIONAL THEATRE CAN AFFORD TO PAY PEOPLE TO DO ALL THOSE THINGS. BUT WE DO THIS FOR FUN, IN THE EVENINGS, ON OUR TIME.))
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Jacey Birch, News Seven.))

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[TWO SHOT TOSS WITH JEAN] You remember the tornado at Myrtle Beach last Friday? How would you like to see it up close as it headed toward the Pavillion area?
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Coming up today in Sports, the other shoe drops for Tony Stewart as NASCAR announces his punishment for blowing up following Saturday night's race,
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[VO] and we'll tell you why U-V-A's basketball coach could become the NINE million dollar man.
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On Wall Street today, investors were low key as they wanted for another round of earnings reports.
Ed Crane has more in today's Marketwatch report.
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Welcome folks to the two minute ticker.
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UVa interim athletic director told our Steve Mason this afternoon that Virginia men's basketball coach Pete Gillen will receive a fat new contract in the next few weeks.
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The contract is reported to be a 10 year deal worth 9 million dollars. Gillen has three years remaining on his original seven year contract, which will be replaced by this new deal. Gillen's Cavaliers were 20 and 9 this past season and reached the NCAA tournament. Littlepage says he and Gillen are in contract talks at this time and hope to have the career finishing deal for Gillen in place soon.
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Gillen could not be reached for comment. He hits the recruiting trail tomorrow.


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As expected NASCAR punished Tony Stewart today for his outburst following Saturday night's Pepsi 400, and as expected they did little more than slap him on the wrist. Stewart, who already was on probation until August 29th was fined $10 thousand dollars. However, he will not be docked any points and he will not be suspended. He will stay on probation until the end of the season. By the way - he made $67 thousand Saturday night.

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Cal Ripken gave fans a big reason to remember him last night in his final Major League Baseball All-Stars game.
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In the bottom of the third, Cal crushes a solo homer off Chan Ho Park. He's the oldest player to hit a home run in the all star game at 40. Cal is named the All star game MVP for the second time in his career.
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[go to pinacle 1020] And don't forget that Late Model Stock car racing is back on Your Hometown Station LIVE this Saturday night as Farm Bureau presents the Kroger-Pepsi 200 from the News River Valley Speedway. Hope you can join the News 7 Sports team along with special guest analyst Ronnie Thomas this Saturday night at 7.
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But first tonight on News 7 at Six - Roy Stanley takes us to the Women's State Amateur golf tournament where defending champ Dot Bolling was upset today. Take care everybody and have a safe evening. [go to break]


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Finally today, we have a story about some children who are acting up. But they're not misbehaving, they're just part of the Blue Ridge Dinner Theater.
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