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Today on News 7 at 5 - Washington police are bringing in recruits to help with the search for missing intern Chandra Levy - they focus their search on a D-C area park.
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and Robert Downey, Junior is back in court today - We'll have details on the actor's latest brush with the law.

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Going for a hot one tomorrow with a possible afternoon thunder shower. Details coming up.

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And in Medical News - A new C-E-O takes the reigns of the Danville Regional Medical Center -
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And find out why diabetics have a high risk for foot problems.
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Washington D-C police step up the search for Chandra Levy... today focusing on a popular D-C park.
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((WE'RE JUST RESEARCHING A LOT OF AREAS WE'RE DOING AS EXTENSIVE A SEARCH AS POSSIBLE THERE ARE MORE ..FOR THE FIRST TIME.))
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It is the latest move in the ongoing search for Missing Intern Chandra Levy.
D-C Police say they have new information from Levy's computer that led them to the park.
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Aleen Sirgany joins us live from Washington with the latest on the search.
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((ON FOOT.. AND ON HORSEBACK, D-C POLICE ARE SEARCHING ROCK CREEK PARK FOR ANY SIGN OF CHANDRA LEVY. AND THEY MAKE A DISCOVERY ONLY THEY'RE NOT SURE WHAT IT IS. THEY FIND A SMALL BONE BUT THEY DON'T KNOW IF IT'S AN ANIMAL OR HUMAN BONE.
THEY'VE BEEN DRAWN TO THE AREA BY LEVY HERSELF: THE DAY AFTER SHE WAS LAST SEEN, SHE USED HER COMPUTER TO GET DIRECTIONS TO THE KLINGLE MANSION, WHICH IS IN THE PARK. POLICE HAVE BEEN THERE ONCE; THEY'RE RECHECKING THE GROUNDS IN LIGHT OF THE NEW INFORMATION. Sgt. Greg Brown/Park Police: Since we're trying to cover a large area, we're trying to get as close to the bank as we can so we can see down in there because there are a lot of trees. This is a large area, we scan a lot. THE MANSION IS NOT FAR FROM LEVY'S APARTMENT AND EVEN CLOSER TO THE HOME OF CONGRESSMAN GARY CONDIT. WHILE POLICE CONTINUE TO INSIST THAT CONDIT IS NOT A SUSPECT, HIS CONGRESSIONAL COLLEAGUES ARE GROWING WARY OF HIS BEHAVIOR. Sen. Trent Lott/R- Minority Leader: Surely if it comes true, he's going to have to consider the seriousness of these charges. HER PARENTS, TOO, ARE LOSING PATIENCE. Susan Levy/Chandra's Mother Most of the time we're in anxiety and deep depression. IT'S BEEN 77 DAYS SINCE CHANDRA LEVY DISAPPEARED, AND POLICE SAY STILL DON'T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO HER. BUT THEY SAY AFTER COMBING THE CITY, THEY'RE NOT SURE HOW MUCH MORE THEY CAN DO. ))


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A Shawsville man is recovering today after an altercation over the weekend that ended in gunshots.
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40-year old Eric Hall is in stable condition at a Roanoke hospital.
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Early Saturday morning he was stopped on Route-460 by a Roanoke County officer on suspicion of drunken driving. Hall told his family when he tried to talk to Officer Riley Meador (Med-dor), the officer used pepper spray and hit him with a baton. According to Hall, Officer Meador fired shots when he hit Meador once with his flashlight.
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Officer Meador is on administrative leave with pay. A State Police spokesman says they're investigating and preparing a case to present to the Commonwealth's Attorney.
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Attorneys for a 15-year-old accused of capital murder hope what they call "a legal oversight" will be his ticket out of jail.
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Alexander Hudson was 14 when he was arrested for the robbery and murder of a Rocky Mount man.
Authorities say Hudson and two friends strangled 61-year-old Ralph English in his bed with a shoelace on New Year's Eve.
Hudson's attorney claims the boy has been held too long without trial.
The judge released him from jail to his parents' custody yesterday... just 8 hours past the speedy trial deadline.

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((CHRIS KOWALCZUK/HUDSON'S ATTORNEY: IF THE COURT RULES THAT HE WAS NOT TRIED WITHIN THE 5 MONTH PERIOD, THEN THE COMMONWEALTH IS BARRED FROM FURTHER PROSECUTION AND THE CASE IS DISMISSED. ))
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The judge will decide whether Hudson should be prosecuted Wednesday.
That's when his trial was scheduled to begin.
Prosecutor Cliff Hapgood says the boy's trial has not been delayed.
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Actor Robert Downey, Junior pleaded no-contest today to charges he possessed and used cocaine. And while the plea bargain will keep him OUT of jail, he IS being kept in rehab. Chris Lawrence has the latest.
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((Robert Downey Jr. walked into court after cutting a deal on his drug charges. Prosecutors dropped a third charge against him after Downey pleaded no contest to possessing cocaine and being under the influence.

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I admit, your honor.
Judge Randall White sentenced Downey to live in a drug rehabilitation program for one year. Downey also received three years probation and has to submit to random drug testing.

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This is is not a gift of the court. This is going to be hard work.
The Judge warned Downey he could go to prison for up to four years if he violates the deal.

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Im well aware, your honor.
In recent years Downey has resurrected his film career with roles in critically-acclaimed movies like Wonder Boys. And just last week he was nominated for an Emmy Award for his role as a lawyer on Ally McBeal.

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Downey has been arrested on drug charges before. He served one year in prison for skipping his scheduled drug tests ..and was paroled last year. But three months later police arrested Downey at a resort in Palm Springs. Investigators got an anonymous tip ..and allegedly found drugs in his hotel room.

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The deal was struck under Proposition 36, which voters approved last year. It replaces prison time with rehab for drug offenders ..unless theyre charged three more times or dont cooperate with treatment. Chris Lawrence CBS News Hollywood.))


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It was two years in the making - today a new study is issuing a challenge to Roanoke City council.
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Joe Dashiell is downtown this afternoon with more on that.
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Coming up on News 7 at 5 - Changes are underway at Danville Regional Medical Center -

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And Joy Sutton will tell us why proper foot care is so important for diabetics.
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In Health Check tonight,
For those who have diabetes - controlling blood sugar levels can make a big difference in the health of their FEET.

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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, The feet are usually the first thing to go --when a someone is not properly controlling their blood sugar level.
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It could be so serious that a person will have to have their feet or even leg amputated.
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These are the only pair of shoes --Connie Page can wear. That's because she suffers from charcoat (shar-ko) joint. A condition in which the ankle collapses because of nerve damage --a result of diabetes.
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((I DON'T THINK IT WAS EVER MENTIONED BY ANY PHYSICIAN TO BE SURE TO TAKE CARE OF MY FEET)) [RUNS05]
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((DOCTOR PINK WIMBISH:THAT'S WHY THE FOOT IS SO IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT'S THE MOST DELICATE PART MECHANICALLY, STRUCTURALLY, IN REGARDS TO IMMUNE SYSTEM, IF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM STARTS TO FAIL. IT'S GOING TO FAIL IN THE FOOT BEFORE ANYWHERE ELSE, AND STARTING IN THE TOES AND MOVING UPWARD.)) [RUNS17]
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Page now makes sure to take extra care of her feet --she doesn't even cut her own toe nails. And she checks her feet daily for signs of a problem.
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Some signs that might indicate a problem include -- cuts, scrapes, redness- which is a sign of infection, cold feet or blue feet -anything that's abnormal.
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((PINK WIMBISH:WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU BASICALLY DON'T DO ANYTHING AS DIABETIC TO YOUR FEET --THAT INCLUDES YOUR NAILS AND ESPECIALLY THE NAILS. BECAUSE WHEN YOU START GET THICK FUNGAL NAIL --SO MANY TIMES WE DO AMPUTATIONS ON PEOPLE AND ALL THEY DID WAS TRIM THEIR NAILS A LITTLE BIT OR CLIP NAILS BACK OR GOT A NEW PAIR OF SHOES)) [RUNS18]
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For Page, specially made shoes --are the only thing right now that keep her condition from getting worse --because she could end up in a wheelchair.))
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Doctor Wimbish says it's like a domino effect --once something happens it's hard to stop and reverse it. That's why controlling your blood sugar level is so important.
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Jean,

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Danville Regional Medical Center has a new leader.
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Warren Callaway spent his first day on the job as the hospital's new CEO.
He most recently worked in Birmingham Alabama and says the reputation and size of the medical center attracted him to the job.
Callaway believes expansion at the hospital will be his most challenging project in his first few months.
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((WARREN CALLAWAY/CEO OF DANVILLE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: I THINK WE HAVE A FINE ORGANIZATION AND MY CHALLENGE IS GOING TO BE IS TO TUNE UP WHAT WE HAVE HERE AND I'M GOING TO WORK REALLY HARD TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO DO THAT.))
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Construction is underway for a new medical center and an open heart surgery program.
Currently, every patient in the Danville area who needs a major heart procedure is taken to Duke University Health System.
Danville Regional Medical Center has partnered with Duke to develop the new program.
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Up next on the newscast - Reading is something many people take for granted everyday -
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but not everyone can.. Now some volunteers are helping a local radio station hit the airways with help.
We'll have details after the break!
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Volunteer readers help bring news and entertainment to those who cannot read. Steve Pardon has more on how a local radio station is channeling the information to those who need it.
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Coming up in Sports - It's halfway into the racing season - we will take a look at the current Winston Cup standings -
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And one of the summers latest movies is something to roar about! We'll have details later in the newscast.
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It's a big week for second-quarter earning reports - Some of Wall Street's biggest companies are expected to post their profits this week - Ed Crane has more in today's marketwatch.
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Good afternoon folks. Hope you're having a great Monday. Lots of good minor league baseball is on tap for tonight in the area.
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The Salem Avalanche wraps up a three game series with the leaders of the Southern Division, the Kinston Indians. Salem will need a win tonight to avoid getting swept in this series. The Avalanche will send Ryan Kibler to the mound tonight. The right hander has a 1 point 71 earned run average and is 6-and-0 on the year. Salem has lost nine in a row to Kinston. He won't be the only hotshot throwing tonight.
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Major Leaguer Rick Ankiel is poised to continue his comeback in the Appy League tonight as he takes the hill in Danville for the Johnson City Cardinals. Ankiel has made five starts for the Cards and pitched a total of 28 innings. His earned run average is just zero point 64. He has 53 strikeouts and he has walked only 8 batters.
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Also tonight in the Appalachian league, Martinsville is on the road playing Pulaski at Calfee Park.

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The proposed trade between the Chicago Cubs and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays involving veteran first baseball Fred McGriff has been on hold for a week while McGriff pondered the move to the Windy City.
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The trade seemed like a no-brainer when it was proposed since McGriff would be leaving the worst team in baseball for the first place team in the National League's Central division. But McGriff, who has a no-trade clause in his contract, told the Cubs today he's staying put in Tampa, which also happens to be his hometown.
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Jean will be back in just a moment to wrap up News 7 at Five, but first let's check out the Winston Cup Points standings 18 events into the 36 race season.
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The halfway point has produced a logjam at the top and a tie. Here's a check of the top 20 as the circuit heads to Loudon, New Hampshire this coming weekend. [GO TO BOARDS WITH MUSIC]
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It really is a blast from the past in the Middle East.
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Archaeologists have un-earhted a temple... dating back to 800 B-C.
The temple is dedicated to the Goddess Ishtar- an ancient goddess of Love and War.... and "two-winged" lions.
Experts found uniform writings on each side of the lions which date back to the king who ruled from 883- to 859 B-C.
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And bringing the past to the present... that's what the Jurassic park movies are all about- Now the dinosaurs are back on the big screen.
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The dinosaurs are back and they're bigger than ever and more evil than before.
The man made nightmare- Jurassic Park- is thriving again for Universal Pictures.
The film stars Sam Neill, William H. Macy and (Taya Lay-oni) Tea Leoni.
An accident forces the group to crash land on the island and survive the dinosaurs.
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Jurassic Park three invades theaters Wednesday.
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