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Today on News 7 at 5, prosecutors decide if they will charge a teenager in the disappearance of a Roanoke postal worker,
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Also Rite Aid stores in Roanoke are closing their pharmacies. Now patients will have to find out where their prescriptions are heading.
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Dry today and dry tomorrow. The forecast features lower humidity into the weekend.

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Also today, the President introduces a discount plan to help Medicare patients with prescription drugs,
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and parents of infants are warned to be careful with their children's bedding.
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New allegations today that Congressman Gary Condit had possibly another affair.
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This affair supposedly happened seven years ago, but today the Congressman wasn't answering questions.
Meanwhile the search for missing intern Chandra Levy moved to abandoned buildings in Washington D-C.
Aleen Sirgany has the latest.
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(( POLICE HAVE BEGIN COMBING VACANT BUILDINGS IN WASHINGTON SEARCHING FOR CHANDRA LEVY PREPARING FOR THE WORST, BUT FINDING NOTHING YET. THEY SAY THIS IS ROUTINE WHEN SOMEONE HAS BEEN MISSING FOR THIS LONG. COMMANDER M.E. BEACH/DC POLICE: We will not leave any stone unturned and this is part of a broader investigative search for her. AS POLICE TAKE NEW STEPS TO FIND CHANDRA, THERE'S A NEW ROUND OF ALLEGATIONS INVOLVING CONGRESSMAN GARY CONDIT. THE LATEST? HE HAD AN AFFAIR SEVEN YEARS AGO WITH A WOMAN ALSO FROM MODESTO CALIFORNIA WHO WAS 18 YEARS OLD AT THE TIME. THE WOMAN IS DENYING IT IN A NOTE POSTED ON HER DOOR, BUT HER FATHER, A MINISTER, SAYS HAS ALREADY TOLD THE FBI ABOUT THE ALLEGED AFFAIR.
THE LEVYS SAY THEY KNOW THE MINISTER BUT WONT SAY ANYTHING MORE ABOUT HIM OR HIS DAUGHTER. SUSAN LEVY/CHANDRAS MOTHER We appreciate anyone coming forward to helping get my daughter home. MANDATORY FONT: "FOX NEWS CHANNEL" FOR A SECOND STRAIGHT DAY, FLIGHT ATTENDANT ANNE MARIE SMITH SPOKE WITH INVESTIGATORS. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS THAT FEDERAL AUTHORITIES HAVE OPENED AN INITIAL CRIMINAL PROBE INTO HER CHARGES THAT SHE HAD AN AFFAIR WITH CONDIT AND HE ASKED HER TO SIGN A FALSE AFFIDAVIT LYING ABOUT. POLICE STILL WANT CONDIT TO TAKE A LIE DETECTOR TEST. THEY CONTINUE TO NEGOTIATE WITH HIS ATTORNEY TO TRY AND MAKE THAT HAPPEN. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))


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It was not business as usual across town at the White House today..
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A bomb scare forced many staffers out.
The secret service cleared part of the White House after a dog trained to detect explosives... barked near this car.
The car was parked in a driveway near the west wing.
After an hour long search... the incident was declared a false alarm.
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Officials say President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney remained at work on the opposite side of the building.
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Before today's excitement at the White House, President Bush announced a discount plan to help Senior Citizens pay for prescription drugs.
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Under the plan seniors will be able to purchase a discount card for a small fee.
The card could save Medicare recipients 25 to 50 percent on prescriptions.
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((PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH: IT WON'T COST MUCH, AT MOST $1 OR $2 A MONTH, AND IT WILL WORK LIKE THE CARD YOU ALREADY HAVE FOR SAY YOUR GROCERIES. PRESENT THE CARD AT A PARTICIPATING PHARMACY AND YOU RECEIVE A SUBSTANTIAL DISCOUNT. IT'S AS SIMPLE AS THAT AND IT'S CONVENIENT." ))
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Bush says the plan is an interim measure in the overhaul of the 36-year-old program that serves elderly Americans.



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In Health Check tonight,
A local drugstore chain is closing-up shop in Roanoke.
Yesterday, Rite-Aid begin closing the pharmacies inside five of its stores.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean, Rite-Aid has already closed one of its Roanoke pharmacies --and plans to close the remaining four by Friday.
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The stores, however, WILL remain open for liquidation sales for next 8 to 12 weeks.
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(( A spokesperson for Rite-Aid told News 7 the Roanoke stores are closing because they were under performing.
That will affect five store locations: Electric Road, Brandon Avenue, Peters Creek Road, Orange Avenue and 13th street.
Rite Aid has sold its prescriptions to nearby C-V-S pharmacies. And the drugstore has posted signs inside its Rite-Aid stores to let customers know which C-V-S location their prescription has been transferred.))
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It's important to note --that Rite-Aid customers can't just go to any C-V-S pharmacy to find their files. They must first determine which location their prescription was transferred to --and then get a prescription filled at that C-V-S to become part of the C-V-S database.
Customers do have the option of choosing any pharmacy. In that case, they can have their doctor call in a new prescription to the pharmacy of their choice.
A spokesperson for C-V-S says there is still a need for more pharmacies in the area because of the growing demand.
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Jean,

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A Christiansburg man was hurt today after his home caught fire.
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Tony Shepard managed to make it out of the mobile home before rescue crews got there. He's being treated for what officials are calling non-life threatening injuries at Montgomery County Regional Hospital. The neighbor who called 9-1-1 says the home went up in minutes. No word from fire officials on a cause but they say the property is a total loss.
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Authorities have decided NOT to prosecute the 15-year old boy caught up in last month's disappearance of a Roanoke postal worker.
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Lee Summerlin's father took him along last week as he traveled up and down the east coast with Jennifer Barker.
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Caldwell says he can't tell whether it was an abduction.
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LEE Summerlin was taken into custody after his father, Dewey, shot himself in the head- That as Franklin County authorities closed in on Dewey last Friday night.
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Up next on the newscast, parents are warned about using some types of bedding in their babies' playpens.
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[VO] and why people who have this type of bird in their chimney could have bigger problems than they think.
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Soft bedding may seem cuddly for a baby, but it could be deadly-
Tonight a warning goes out to parents- Keep quilts and pillows OUT of playpens.
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The Consumer Product Safety Commission says it suspects a link between soft bedding and the deaths of nearly 100 babies in playpens since 1988.
The agency has long warned about the dangers of soft bedding in cribs, but now suspects a similar danger in playpens.
A new campaign called "Sleep Safe.. Play Safe" is in the works.. It'll feature radio ads, posters and brochures to warn parents to be careful wtih cushions, extra mattresses and plush bedding.
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The owner of a Smith Mountain Lake water system faces jail time for disobeying a judge's orders.
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Robert Winney owns Waterworks of Franklin County, which serves about 54 homes.
State health officials say he's ignored tainted water samples, failed to fix leaks and overcharged customers.
In April, a judge ordered him to sell the waterworks or fix it.
A group of residents said it offered to buy it for 30-thousand dollars, but Winney held out for more.
He was ordered to report to jail next Friday.
Residents hope to buy the Waterworks before then.
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You may have some unseen summer-time visitors in your house.
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In your chimney, to be exact. Between June and the beginning of September, chimney swifts take up residence in North American chimneys to raise their young. The babies make a chirp that sounds a lot like a rattlesnake- Sometimes, the young fall out of the nest and well-meaning homeowners often take the babies outside, assuming they'll fly away. But experts say it's important to put the birds BACK in the chimney.
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If the bird's nest is broken you can make a replacement out of a small basket. Experts agree having the birds choose your chimney can be annoying. But, on the plus side, they are voracious insect eaters. And, since chimney swifts are federally protected, wildlife advocates advise you be tolerant. The birds should vacate the chimney by the end of August. If you don't want them to return next year you can get your chimney capped.
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Washington and Lee University is known as a wired campus, and now the school is trying to drop that distinction. Richard Lesko has more...
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(( No wires, no plugs, no problem for Washington and Lee. The University is attempting to expand its computer network to include high speed wireless network access. Without adding another costly computer lab, the school is bringing the network to the students.
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((WHY NOT BRING THE NET WORK TO WHERE THE STUDENTS ARE WORKING, SO THAT THEY DON'T REQUIRE A LAB MACHINE, OR A UNIVERSITY OWNED MACHINE TO ACCESS THE NETWORK AND TO DO THEIR HOME WORK AND SUBMIT PAPERS AND THOSE THINGS. LET THEM DO IT ON THEIR MACHINE. BUT GIVE THEM ACCESS TO OUR NETWORK WHERE IT'S CONVENIENT FOR THEM.))
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The pilot program is limited to just a few places on campus for now, but the school will eventually have antennas everywhere that beam network information to a card on a laptop.
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The move is not only good for the university's computer system, but also for students, who will be able to access the internet from virtually everywhere on campus.
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This means not only will students be able to catch some rays while writing a paper, but professors can share class notes, and research materials with students during class.
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Which means more access without being tied down by wires... Richard Lesko, News 7, Lexington.))

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Coming up next we'll have this week's edition of Growin' It. Today Leo Hirshbrunner will tell us how to care for our dogwood trees.
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In this weeks Growin-It Leo Hirsbrunner shows us how to keep your tree looking healthy year after year.
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The Commonwealth Games don't start until later in the month, but one group of athletes is ready to get things off to an early start this weekend. Mike Stevens will explain in Sports.
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A positive revenue outlook from Microsoft and some better-than-expected earnings reports sent stocks sharply higher today.
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Dale Junior and the Winston Cup Warriors head to Chicago tomorrow for their first weekend at the brand new Chicagoland Speedway. Now five days removed from his win at Daytona, Junior says being accused of cheating no longer bothers him
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[go to pinacle 1020] And if you're looking for something to do this Saturday night don't forget that Late Model Stock car racing is back on Your Hometown Station LIVE as Farm Bureau presents the Kroger-Pepsi 200 from the New River Valley Speedway. This Saturday night at 7.
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Cycling is back in Southwest Virginia this weekend as a part of the Commonwealth Games.
You may remember the annual cycling events during Festival In The Park were canceled this year.
Cycling was also absent from last year's Commonwealth Games.
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It returns this year as several hundred riders are expected to take part in three events.
It starts with the Hill Climb at four Friday afternoon. It's a time trial event where cyclists race the clock up Mill Mountain.
Then the action moves to Franklin County on Saturday morning.
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The Commonwealth Games cycling events conclude Sunday morning with a mountain bike race at the Franklin County Recreational Park. Several events including baseball and adult ice hockey take place tomorrow. The bulk of the 2001 Commonwealth Games including the opening ceremonies will take place next weekend.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - we'll meet the Steam's Tater, head to Mariner's Landing for the Haley Junior golf event and have the latest on the Roanoke Express situation. But first Jean will return to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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The Emmy nominations are out and "The Sopranos" has rubbed out the competition with the most nods.
Manuel Gallegus is in Hollywood with all the details.
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JAMES GANDOLFINI, AND THE CAST OF THE MOB DRAMA THE SOPRANOS LEAD THE EMMY RACE THIS YEAR WITH 22 NOMINATIONSA RECORD FOR SUCH A NEW SHOW.

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THE SOPRANOS MAIN COMPETION IS THE WEST WING -

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18 NOMINATIONS-INCLUDING BEST ACTOR FOR ROB LOW AND MARTIN SHEEN.
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OTHER BEST ACTORS-ANDRE BRAUGHER OF GIDEONS CROSSING AND DENNIS FRANZ OF NYPD BLUE.

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FOR BEST DRAMATIC ACTRESS-EDIE FALCO AND LORRAINE BRACO FROM THE SOPRANOS GO AGAINST AMY BRENNEMAN OF JUDGING AMY, SELA WARD FROM ONCE AND AGAIN AND MARG HELGENBERGER FROM C.S.I

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Thrilling exciting unexpected, all those things , I really didnt think this would happen this year.

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IN THE MINISERIES CATEGORYLIFE WITH JUDY GARLAND, TOOK 13 BIDS ANNE FRANK, FURTHER TALES OF THE CITY, HORATIO HORNBLOWER AND NEUREMBERG WERE ALL RECOGNIZED

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AND MANY OF TVS FAMILIAR COMEDIANS ARE NOMINEES AGAIN - KELSEY GRAMMER AND DAVID HYDE PIERCE FROM FRASIER ERIK MCCORMACK SEAN HAYES AND DEBRA MESSING FROM WILL AND GRACE. RAY ROMANO AND PATRICIA HEATON FROM EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND. AND SARA JESSICA PARKER AND KIM CATTRALL FOR SEX IN THE CITY.

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ONE NEWCOMER TO THE COMEDY LINE-UP-- FRANKIE MUNIZ FROM MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE.

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