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Today on News 7 at 5, a Bedford County teenager could spend the rest of his life in prison for murdering his father.
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Also someone says he saw missing intern Chandra Levy sometime after she disappeared. [Weather-Head]
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A line of showers is forming in the western highlands but the far southwest is staying dry so far today. The latest radar pictures coming up.

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In other news, Virginia looks at new ways to cast a ballot.
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And a restaurant with a long history in the Valley closes its doors for good.
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((TV COMMERCIAL: HEY LINDA, WHEN YOU EXPANDED THIS RESTAURANT, DID YOU EVER CHANGE THE RECIPE FOR YOUR APPLE PIE?))
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Speaking of recipes... Both First Union AND SunTrust come up with their OWN recipes to win Wachovia.
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First Union shareholders made it official today.... they want to merge with Wachovia.
Shareholders representing 95 percent of the company voted to approve the deal.
Suntrust wants to merge with Wachovia too.
The final batle will be decided by Wachovia's shareholders. That's set for Friday... so there's no doubt both First Union and Sun Trust are pulling out all the stops to win the vote.
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((RADIO COMMERCIAL: DROP INTO ANY SUNTRUST BANK AND ASK HOW WE CAN HELP YOU.))
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From radio to television to newspaper, the market is saturated with advertisements.
Both banks say their tactics are a little off the wall, but they DO have specific goals in mind.
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[tc:00:04:42] ((JIM CHERRY/WACHOVIVA: TO SHARE WITH EMPLOYEES, CUSTOMERS, SHAREHOLDERS AND COMMUNITIES WHAT PLANS ARE.)) [BUTT BUTT BUTT BUTT BUTT] ((CRAIG KELLY/SUNTRUST: IT'S NOT ADVERTISING THAT WE ARE VERY COMFORTABLE WITH MOST DAYS. IT'S NOT SEEN AS BEING VERY BANK LIKE. IT'S A PROXY FIGHT.))
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[OUT Q=it's a proxy fight.]
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Neither bank would say how much it spent on the ads, but all anxiously await Friday's vote.
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The proposed merger would create the nation's fourth largest bank.

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Steak and Ale in Roanoke County has called it quits.
It's owners say it was not performing well enough.
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Managers began cleaning out the Steak and Ale restaurant today.
Company officials say all 100 Steak and Ales restaurants are being looked at to determine which ones are NOT meeting sales expectations.
Metro Media Restaurant Group says this particular Steak and Ale's financial situation wasn't helped by a food poisoning incident last March.
Metro Media also owns Bennigans, Ponderosa and Bonanza.
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A teenager who was accused of killing his father, and attempting to kill his stepmother admitted his guilt today in Bedford County court.
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17- year- old Eric Martinez (MAR-tin-nez) was facing charges including first degree murder, and attempted capital murder for the shooting last December.
This morning, his stepmother described what happened when Pete Martinez went to his bedroom door.
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((AND HE JUST OPENED THE DOOR AND I SAW A FLASH, AND I HEARD THE SOUND OF THE GUN, AND HE FELL. HE JUST FELL RIGHT THERE AT THE DOOR.))
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Martinez was often in trouble with his parents, and prosecutor Randy Krantz says the teenager wanted to be free of their control.
He could face life in prison when he is sentenced later this year.
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Chandra Levy's been missing since April 30th, but now one hardware store owner claims he saw her at a later date... during the first week of May.
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John Woodfolk of Candey hardware in D-C says Levy was in his shop- ordering apartment keys.
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((JOHN WOODFOLK/HARDWARE STORE OWNER: SHE CAME UP AND I MADE KEYS FOR HER AND THEN SHE LEFT AND SHE SAID SHE'D BACK.))

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That was the last Woodfolk saw of Levy. He said she seemed in good spirits like she was happy or going somewhere.

The Hardware store is across the street from the health club where Levy belonged.
Levy was a Washington D-C intern who's been missing for months.
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In another part of D-C the debate is on... about something that could affect us all.. It is cloning.
Should human cloning be banned completely.. even for medical research?
As Gretchen Carlson reports, two different bills are being debated.
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(( It wasnt a lesson on political science but real science on Capitol Hill. House members enrolled in Human Cloning: 101.
Here is a 6 day embryo here is a 7 day embryo. Using posters and jargon .. politicians turned instant scientists - tried to explain how human cloning happens. At one point it seemed everyone was confused.
Rep. Louise Slaughter - (D) New York Does it trouble you that youre having difficulty describing this? Rep. Peter Deutsch - (D) Florida This is the least informed of any issue this 435 body has ever discussed and its the most important issue we will ever face. Gretchen Carlson Reporting What House members are faced with: two competing cloning bills. Both bills would ban human cloning but one is more restrictive. It would also ban cloning purely for the purpose of stem cell research another hotbed issue on Capitol Hill. To obtain stem cells for research, scientists harvest them from human embryos - embryos that in many cases are thrown away at fertility clinics. While proponents say this kind of research could lead to cures for diseases like Alzheimers and diabetes, opponents say using human embryos for research is a disregard for human life. Rep. Mike Pence - R- Indiana Let us reject the notion that exploitation of life is acceptable this institution must protect life, respect life and choose life! Rep. Jim Greenwood - R- Pennsylvania I have to question when you put Mr. Greenwoods cheek cell in a petri dish .. that God would suddenly say we now have a soul!
Caught in the middle of the debate President Bush ... whose still deciding whether hell allow federal funds to be used for stem cell research. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, New York.))[(toss to R)]
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Up next on the newscast, a group of angry motorists headed to the nation's capitol today to put a stop to the use of cameras at red lights.
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[VO] Also it's a serious virus that can cause health problems for humans and animals. Tonight we'll see what local health officials are doing about it.
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Motorists who run red lights are tough to catch... except when there are cameras to record the action. But those cameras are making many people angry.
So angry in fact that the debate even reached capitol hill today. Manuel Gallegus reports.
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((Each year, it's estimated that over a quarter of a million crashes are caused running red lights, killing more than 750 people.
Police report a marked reduction of accidents where red light cameras are been installed. But, as representatives on Capitol Hill heard, not everyone is in favor of the devices.

SOT: Roger Hedgecock, San Diego Former Mayor

In San Diego, this red light enforcement program is about money, NOT safety. :06
Hundreds of red light running tickets are being challenged in San Diego by critics who charge that the cameras are really only money makers for the city and Lockheed Martin, the company that installs the devices and receives a percentage of every fine.
Pamela Smith Brown has been caught by the lense..
Pamela Smith Brown/Motorist ...unfair the way carried out
But other drivers are for the cameras.
Rafael Otero/Motorist
Meantime, privacy advocates worry the cameras violate civil rights and are unconstitutional.

SOT: Jim Harper, Privacilla.org (OR: Privacy Advocate)

Red light camera are only the first installment of the Big Brother infrastructure. There is much more to come. :07

SOT: Marshall Hurley, Attorney

11:23:04 A system that presumes guilt, Mr. Chairman, even on a fifty dollar traffic ticket, violates due process.
But camera supporters say, with red light running rampant in the United States, the devices improve safety by automatically issuing tickets.

SOT: Judith Lee Stone, Pres. Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety

We do not always have such an incredibly clear roadmap to solving a major public health problem as we do with the balanced combination of human and technological approaches. :08
O/C close: To come. Manuel GAllegus...San Diego))

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How can anyone forget all of the controversy over vote counting in last year's elections.
Now some recommendations on how to avoid a repeat.
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Former President Jimmy Carter headed an election reform commission.
One suggestion.... making election day a federal holiday.
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((CARTER: ONE SUGGESTION HAS BEEN THAT THIS BE COMBINED WITH VETERANS DAY. PRESIDENT FORD IS A VETERAN. I'M A VETERAN. A LOT OF THE MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION ARE VETERANS. WE ARE NOT TRYING TO IMPOSE OUR WILL ON THAT SUBJECT,))
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The 28 person comission set forth 13 recommendations in all- It wants the television networks to provide 5 minutes offree airtime daily for 30 days before the election ends-
Felons who've served time would also be allowed to vote-
and voters whose credentials are challengered would be allowed to mark their ballot.
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((CARTER: THE VOTER HAS A RIGHT TO CAST A BALLOT AND IT'S SEALED IN AN ENVELOPE AND LATER, AFTE THE ELECTION IS OVER, ELECTION DAY IS OVER, THAT INTEGRITY OF THE BALLOT IS ASCERTAINED AND IT IS COUNTED IF THAT PERSONA HAS ACTUALLY QUALIFIED TO VOTE THERE.))
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Election officials from all over Virginia got a look today at the latest in new voting machine technology.
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((JENNIFER CURLEY/VOTING MACHINE VENDOR: BUT WHAT IT DOES PREVENT IS THAT IT PREVENTS ANY KIND OF ERROR IN VOTER INTENT. NO ONE IS INTERPRETING THE VOTER'S VOTE BUT THE VOTER. I THINK THAT'S THE KEY ATTRIBUTE TO THIS SYSTEM.))
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Virginia's Board of Elections organized a trade show for voting machine companies from around the nation to show off their latest machines.
State Elections Board Secretary Cameron Quinn says some state and federal money may be available soon in Virginia to help localities buy the new machines.
But she has NO desire for all Virginians to vote on the same machine, because that could increase the chances of machine tampering.
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((CAMERON QUINN/VIRGINIA BOARD OF ELECTIONS: WITH THE ADDITIONAL PUSH OF FLORIDA IN THE LAST FEW MONTHS, THERE ARE A LOT OF NEW CHOICES... A LOT OF OUR LOCALITIES HAVE BEEN WAITING... WANTING TO BE SOLD IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA.))21
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All the new voting machines on display eliminated paper ballots.
But one printed a receipt for a voter to be able to look back later on how they actually voted.
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Health officials are keeping a close watch on a serious virus as it continues to spread along the East Coast.
The West Nile virus is transmitted to humans from infected mosquitos.
Tonight, Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us what steps health officials have taken to track the situation.
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(( Sixteen year old David Guynn (Gwen) is on the prowl --searching for mosquito larva. It's a job he doesn't take lightly --because he knows the impact it could have in the fight against the West Nile virus.
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((I'M LOOKING FOR WHERE MOSQUITOS BREED AND I TAKE THAT DATA AND I MAP IT AND THE VIRGINIA DEPARMENT HEALTH MAKES IT AVAILABLE TO GOVERNMENTS TO MAKE SURE IF WEST NILE VIRUS EVER DOES COME TO THIS AREA WE CAN CONTAIN IT)) [RUNS14]
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Health officials believe the virus is headed for the Roanoke Valley. Last year, seven crows tested positive for the virus in Virginia. This year one crow in Alexandria has tested positive.
The Health Department say if you find a dead bird, you should report it. It is looking for crows, blue jays and raptor type birds. This is how they can determine if there is virus activity in the area.
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((WE'RE ARE EXPECTED THAT IT WILL BE HERE EVEN THIS YEAR OR NEXT YEAR THAT WE COULD GET IN THE VALLEY. AT THIS POINT WERE NOT DOING ANY SPRAYING.)) [RUNS13]
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING:THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT SAYS ONE WAY YOU CAN HELP PREVENT THIS MOSQUITO BORN ILLNESS IS BY MAKING SURE YOUR HOME IS NOT A BREEDING GROUND --THAT MEANS REMOVING ANY TYPE OF WATER THAT STANDING AROUND THAT MIGHT BE IN LIKE A GUTTER OR POTTED FLOWER PLANT OR EVEN IN OLD TIRE, BECAUSE IT ONLY TAKES LESS THAN A TABLESPOON OF WATER FOR THE MOSQUITO TO BREED)) [RUNS17]
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((IT MAY NOT BE THAT SERIOUS EVEN IF IT DID GET HERE -BECAUSE THE STATISTICS SHOW THAT IT'S NOT SPREAD REAL EASY)) [RUNS10]
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Some symptoms of the virus include severe headache, fever, nausua, vomitting, disorientation, chills and muscles aches -- These symptoms usuually appear 5 to 15 days after infection.
On this day, Guynn collected one larva --and one dead mosquito. But he says every little bit helps.
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((I'VE BEEN FAIRLY SUCCESSFUL, THE DROUGHT LATELY MAKE IT DIFFICULT TO FIND THINGS --JUST HAVE TO WORK AROUND THE WEATHER PRETTY MUCH )) [RUNS13]
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Guynn says this is his way of doing something for the community. Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke. ))

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Still to come on News 7, a local NASCAR driver has a new team to call home.
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[VO] But first, we'll tell you why a fisherman on Holston Lake is trolling both for fish and a few sunbeams.
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A Tennessee fisherman likes to go fishing on sunny days. It's not that he is opposed to casting a line in the rain, he just uses solar power to run his boat. Libby Kirsch has more.
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(((SOT-Fred Frazier

"If they can use it in outer space, no sense we can't use it here.")
FRED FRAZIER MAY HAVE FOUND THE NEXT BRIGHT IDEA FOR LAKE ENTHUSIASTS HERE ON EARTH.
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A SOLAR POWERED BOAT.

(SOT- "With the technology that's out there, people are crazy if they

don't take advantage of it.")

FRAZIER CONNECTED A SOLAR PANEL TO THE BATTERY ON HIS 12 FOOT PONTOON BOAT.
HE SAYS THE SOLAR PANEL CHARGES THE BATTERY, KEEPING HIS THRUST MOTOR RUNNING ALL DAY LONG-- GAS PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE FROM THE SUN.
(STANDUP- Libby Kirsch:It's no speed boat,but Frazier says there are benefits to solar power, that leave other boats.. in his wake.")

(SOT- "No pollution in the lakes with petrol based products, no

tearing up the banks with wake... because you don't get that fast.")

FRAZIER IS NO STRANGER TO SOLAR PANELING.
HIS HOUSE BOAT HAS BEEN USING THE SUN'S ENERGY FOR THE LAST 8-YEARS.
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HE'S STILL GETTING USED TO HIS NEW TOY.. HE ONLY FINISHED PUTTING IT TOGETHER ON SATURDAY.

(SOT- "Q:so you've been out on it?. A:Yes. Q:And? A:I love it.

Everybody loves it.")

CRUISIN' OVER BOONE LAKE AT UP TO FIVE KNOTS, FRAZIER SAYS ANYONE COULD BUILD A SOLAR POWERED BOAT... ))
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Coming up today in Sports, Mike Stevens will check in from the Redskins camp in Carlisle, Pennsylvania,
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[VO] and if you're children were green with envy when they saw the neighbor's green ketchup, you can only imagine what will happen when they find out about a new version.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Tuesday ticker.
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Day two of the Washington Redskins training camp under new head coach Marty Schottenheimer is in the books. Mike Stevens says there is no question who the boss is. He has more from Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
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Rick Mast has a new full time Winston Cup ride as of today.
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Mast, who has driven all of this season in the number 50 Midwest Transit Chevrolet, will drive the number 27 Duke's Mayonnaise Pontiac for the remainder of the season. The ride was recently vacated by Kenny Wallace. Mast took over the car this past weekend at Pocono. He will qualify the 27 car Friday at Indy for the Brickyard 400. Mast has competed in only nine races this season and is currently 46th in points.
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The top two women golfers in the world joined Tiger Woods and David Duval in a 18 hole shootout appropriately named the Battle at Bighorn last night.
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Woods and Annika Sorenstam rallied from two down with three holes to play and won the event against Duval and Karrie Webb in 19 holes. Sorenstam made a 10 foot birdie putt on 18 to force a playoff and and Woods hits a par putt for the win. The winner pocket a million-two.
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[5-Ketchup]


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Our website of the day is also a great place to "CATCH UP" on ....ketchup. The Planet Ketchup page has everything you ever wanted to know and more about the nation's favorite condiment.
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We selected the Planet Ketchup in honor of Heinz which announced adding another color to its Ketchup rainbow.
The company said today that it will begin selling PURPLE ketchup. The condiment was selected by a panel of children. It tested yellow, orange and hot pink versions as well, but purple was the winner.
Children under 13 eat more than half of the five BILLION ounces sold annually.
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