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Today on News 7 at 5, attorneys for Congressman Gary Condit have called press conference in just minutes that could have major developments in the Chandra Levy case. We'll have a live report.
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And Roanoke's hockey team has a new owner. We'll tell you who it is.
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A lovely weekend in store from the mountains to the coast. Temperature details include possible record lows coming up.

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Also today, Lynchburg's Health Department says it has tracked down the source of the recent outbreak of salmonella in the region. But it doesn't want to reveal which restaurant was the problem.
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Plus a woman in Washington gave birth to seven babies last night. We'll see how everyone is doing.
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Possible new information out of Washington. Reports that Congressman Gary Condit has taken and passed a polygraph test.
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Chandra Levy's parents requested the lie detector test...and police wanted one too.
Now it appears Condit has cooperated and taken that test.
It is the latest in the case of missing intern Chandra Levy- She is the Washington intern who disappeared more than 10 weeks ago.
Jennifer Jones is following this case and joins us with the latest from Washington- DCTERMS.
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The City of Roanoke is promising it will finish picking up accumulating piles of garbage by Monday, after a neighbor offers some help.
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Roanoke County has agreed to send four trucks and drivers on a special city-wide sweep tomorrow morning. Even though city officials say the streets WILL be cleaned up today, they are adding tomorrow's sweep to make sure any trash they may have missed is picked up.
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Decker says participation in the recycling program has exploded. Last week the city picked up nearly the same amount of cans and bottles as it did during all of May.
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The problems developed after the city made changes in the trash pickup schedule.

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Health officials say a restaurant in the Lynchburg area is to blame for a recent salmonella outbreak.
But they are NOT releasing its name.
Officials told News 7 that it would serve no purpose to release the restaurant's name since no one has reported getting sick in over two weeks.
25 cases of Salmonella have been associated with this particular restaurant by either customers or employees.
The Health Department says the restaurant's operator is cooperating with health officials and has implemented measures to prevent future outbreaks.

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The sale of the Roanoke Express is a done deal. Earlier today the current owners accepted the final offer from the Roanoke ownership group made of Ashby Coleman and Mike Lonchar.
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Steve Mason joins us from the Roanoke Civic Center, the home of the Express. Steve?
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A moment of road rage that resulted in the death of a dog.... is now going to cost a California man time behind bars.
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Andrew Burnett got the maximum sentence... three years for this strangely cruel case.
Burnett threw Leo the dog into traffic- it happened after the dog's owner had bumped the back of Burnett's SUV.


She says when she rolled down her window to apologize, Burnett grabbed Leo and tossed him into oncoming cars.
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Burnett's defense was that he reacted after the dog bit him and at his sentencing today, he apologized.
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Some medicaid recipients who need a ride to the doctor are hitting a major roadblock.
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Before July 2nd, you could call a local provider on your own to arrange a ride to a doctor's appointment. Now you must call a broker service who then contracts a local transportation service to pick you up.
But the new state guidelines have been plagued with problems since going into effect last week.
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((LISA HAYMES/MEDICAID PATIENT: THE LADY NEVER SHOWED UP SO MY DAUGHTER HAD TO SPEND AN EXTRA DAY IN THE HOSPITAL.)) ((LYNNETTE THOMAS/ASHWOOD HOME FOR ADULTS: LAST WEEK WHEN THE TRANSFORMATION OCCURED ON JULY 2ND I GUESS WE HAD APPROXIMATELY 16 APPOINTMENTS AND 14 MISSED OUT.))
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DynCorp is the broker for southside, Lynchburg, and Roanoke.
Company officials blame the problems on a phone system that's had trouble handling a huge volume of calls.
Tonight at six, we'll tell you what the state wants medicaid patients to do in the short term if they can't get a ride to the doctor.
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A woman gave birth to seven babies last night in Washington. We'll have an update on everyone's condition after this break,
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[VO] and the International Olympic Committee decides who gets the 2008 Summer Olympics, but its choice is not popular with everyone.
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Giving birth to one baby is tough enough.. but one mom gave birth to seven babies.
Jennifer Miller has more on the latest Septuplets.
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(( DR. SIVA SUBRAMANIAN/GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL: WE ARE NOT OUT OF THE WOODS IN TERMS OF THE BABIES BUT IT'S GREAT START. WORDS OF CAUTION AND CELEBRATION FOLLOWING THE BIRTH OF SEVEN TINY BABIES OVERNIGHT AT GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. FIVE BOYS AND TWO GIRLS...ALL WEIGHING ABOUT TWO POUNDS.. DELIVERED AFTER 28 WEEKS OF PREGNANCY BY CAESARIAN SECTION... IN JUST THREE MINUTES! DR. SIVA SUBRAMANIAN/GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL "THE BABIES ARE EXPECTED TO BE IN CRITICAL CONDITION FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS AND WE'LL HAVE TO TAKE ONE DAY AT A TIME. DOCTORS SAY SIX OF THE INFANTS ARE ON VENTILATORS, BUT IT'S JUST FOR ASSISTANCE. THEY'RE ALL BREATHING BY THEMSELVES. THE MOTHER, WHO TOOK FERTILITY TREATMENTS, IS DOING JUST FINE. SHE SAW PHOTOS OF HER KIDS SHORTLY AFTER THEIR BIRTH. DANA ADAMSON/NURSE MANAGER/GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL "SHE WAS JUST SMILING, YOU COULD TELL, SHE WAS JUST CRYING AND HOLDING THE PICTURES, VERY, VERY HAPPY.

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600- thousand people will be released from America's jails this year.. and area ministers say it's time our nation's 600- thousand churches did something to help them.
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Reversing the "jail trail" is the goal of Restoration Jubilee.. a two-day conference that wrapped up today in Lynchburg.
Ministers, social workers and residents are looking for ways to help ex-cons turn their lives around on the outside.
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Restoration Jubilee will be geared toward crime prevention, reaching out to jail inmates and helping people once they're released.
The group will gather again next month to unveil a specific plan of action.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will introduce us to an instructor who is keeping his students on their toes.
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While many are beating the heat at the pool or lake this summer... there are others choosing to stay indoors and dance their hearts out.
Children and adults alike are following the steps of a professional Russian ballet dance instructor.
Jacey Birch went to one of the classes to find out more about the season's ballet lessons.
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These students concentrate on their dance steps while following the instruction and movements of Valerie Salnikov.

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A professional dancer for more than twenty years... Valerie's career started in Russia and now brings him to Lynchburg to take the position as Director of Dance at the city's Fine Arts Center... Passing on his knowledge to younger... and older... dancers.
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The power which is displayed on stage .. and the power dancers can exhibit with their bodies.
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Hard equals fun in dance lingo for these kids.
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Valerie hopes to teach them all the true meaning behind the dance.
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Jacey Birch, News 7, Lynchburg.))
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Ballet classes begin weekly at the Lynchburg Fine Arts Center through mid-August. For more information, you can call (434) 846-8451.
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Stay with us, after this break, Mike Stevens will have more on the new owners of the Roanoke Express,
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[VO] and following Sports, we'll meet a young man who's taking the steel guitar to a new audience.
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Welcome folks to the Friday Ticker.
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Earlier in the newscast Steve Mason checked in from the Roanoke Civic Center with confirmation of the Roanoke Express's sale to the local business group. [DOUBLE BOX] We now head back to the Roundhouse to get more on this story from Steve. [STEVE FULL SCREEN W/ LIVE INTERVIEW]
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The Steam is hoping to close out its schedule of home games with a win tomorrow night.
Roanoke is coming off a 49-36 road loss to the Florida Firecats.
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The Steam is seven and seven and hoping to make the four and 10 Lincoln Lighting its next victim.
League stats show Lincoln next to last in scoring offense and third form the bottom in total offense.
The Lightning is also one of the league's poorest in rushing defense.
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If you are like most people around here, when you think about steel guitars, you may think of country music.
But that's not the case for Robert Randolph. He thinks about the difference the instrument has made in his life. Rebecca Rankin has his story.
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(( ROBERT RANDOLPH IS A 24 YEAR OLD PRODIGY ON THE JAM-ROCK SCENE. JAZZ, ROCK AND BLUES ARTISTS LIKE THE ALLMAN BROTHERS, JOHN MEDESKI, AND STANLEY JORDAN HAVE ALL TAKEN NOTICE. ROBERT PLAYS THE PEDAL STEEL GUITAR, AN UNUSUAL INSTRUMENT FOR A KID WHO GREW UP IN A TOUGH INNER CITY NEIGHBORHOOD OUTSIDE OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. ROBERT HAS OVERCOME THE ODDS AND FOUND A FOLLOWING BOTH IN THE CLUBS AND IN THE "HOUSE OF GOD" CHURCH.
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all of my friends were either drug dealers or in a street gang, or just doing something just totally stupid. Going out robbing people or something like that, and I was a part of some of those things before//I got serious about playing the pedal steel.
KNOWN AS THE "SACRED STEEL," THE PEDAL STEEL GUITAR HAS BEEN USED IN COUNTRY MUSIC FOR DECADES, BY EVERYONE FROM HANK WILLIAMS SR, TO GRAM PARSONS TO CLINT BLACK. IT ALSO PLAYS A PROMINENT ROLE IN THE "HOUSE OF GOD" BRANCH OF THE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH - WHICH IS WHERE ROBERT GOT HIS START.
ROBERT RANDOLPH a lot of my friends would be like, "why don't you come out with us? what are you doing playing-" they don't even know what it's called their like "that's not even a guitar what is that thing?"(laughs)
ROBERT WENT TO LEARN THE PEDAL STEEL GUITAR FROM HIS GRANDFATHER IN OHIO. HE LEARNED THE BASICS AND RETURNED TO NEW JERSEY A CHANGED MAN.
Robert Randolph I rolled up in church and everybody was like what are you doing coming up in here? so then I was like, I'm about to play. So then I started playing and everybody was like "oh Alleluia! Praise the lord he know how to play."(laughs)
LAST YEAR HE ASSEMBLED A BAND AND THEY HAVE BEEN BUILDING A HUGE FOLLOWING ON THE CLUB CIRCUIT. HE'S SHARED THE STAGE WITH ROCK, JAZZ AND BLUES ARTISTS LIKE DEREK TRUCKS FROM THE ALLMAN BROTHERS, JAZZ LEGEND STANLEY JORDAN, AND BLUES-ROCK GRAMMY NOMINEE SUSAN TEDESCHI. ALL MUSICIANS WITH FOLLOWINGS OF THEIR OWN.
ROBERT RANDOLPH I knew nothing about these people. People say "wow" this is the guy from the Allman Brothers, I'm just like o.k., you know but until I go home after that I'm like wow these people really are famous they got CDs, records
WITH A BUDDING CAREER AND POSITIVE OUTLOOK ON LIFE - ROBERT'S PLANS ARE TO CAPTURE A WIDER AUDIENCE.
ROBERT RANDOLPH If it wasnt for the guitar man//I know I would be in either jail or dead right now. // One day I hope to see somebody like a R. Kelly playing a pedestal.(laughs) Some one like Michael Jackson playing a Pedestal, .Eddie Van Halen,y/k and if they saw me play it then I'll be like "Wow" maybe you know I did something now.
(REBECCA ON CAMERA TAG) YOU CAN HEAR ROBERT PLAY HIS PEDAL STEEL ON THE ALBUM "THE WORD" WHICH FEATURES JOHN MEDESKI AND BLUES ROCK BAND NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALL-STARS. THE ALBUM IS DUE OUT JULY 31, AND RANDOLPH AND HIS NEW FRIENDS ARE CURRENTLY ON THE ROAD. IN NEW YORK I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN.))
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