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Today on news 7, a fire this afternoon leaves two families homeless.
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Also investigators release tape of the final moments of an ill fated missionary flight in Peru. A case of mistaken identity led to the deaths of a woman and her child.
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It doesn't look like there will be quite as much fog tonight. And the forecast calls for a hot Friday. Details coming up.

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Also today, a local corporation is ready to get back on the fast track. Mike Stevens will explain in Sports.
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Plus are your child safe playing in their own backyard? A new study says no.
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[5-Hanover-Fire]


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An afternoon fire in Roanoke leaves two families homeless.
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The fire broke out at this home in the 24-hundred block of Hanover Avenue just before three -
Fire crews arrived to find heavy smoke coming from the second floor and attic.
Firefighters say battling this blaze was hard because of the extreme heat.
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((RALPH TARTAGLIA/ROANOKE FIRE DEPT.: AS YOU KNOW HEAT STROKE AND EVERYTHING WITH THE FOOTBALL PLAYER THAT WAS KILLED YESTERDAY ITS VERY HARD ON OUR PEOPLE. WE TRY TO ROTATE THEM IN AND OUT, MAKE SURE THEY HAVE WATER AND STUFF AND LET THEM COOL DOWN.))
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No word yet on what caused the fire.
Firefighters believe it started somewhere on the second floor.
Only one person was home at the time. We'll hear from her tonight at six.
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Police in Lexington have arrested a former member of a lifesaving crew for allegedly posing as a paramedic.
33-year old David Sult was taken into custody this week for not having proper life saving certification, and for obtaining items by false pretenses.
Authorities say Sult was suspended from the Lexington Livesaving and First Aid Crew last month, after giving false information about his credentials.
They say he left Lexington with nearly 8-hundred dollars of rescue squad equipment.
Sult is currently free on 10-thousand-dollars bond.

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Roanoke County officials say a plan for regional cooperation on Fire and Rescue services has important benefits for local governments and the citizens they serve.
Residents are receptive, but say they still have questions about the proposal.
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All of the details haven't been decided, but the plan would send six Roanoke City firefighters to the county's Clearbrook station.
County Chief Rick Burch says the benefits are clear.
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((SO WE FEEL IT'S A WIN-WIN FOR BOTH LOCALITIES. WE CAN SUPPORT OUR VOLUNTEERS IN THE CALLS THEY RUN IN THE COUNTY. AND WE CAN PROVIDE THAT QUICK IMMEDIATE RESPONSE IN THE 220 AREA.))
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The president of the Clearbook Civic League says his group is receptive to the idea... but Mike Wray also says he wants to hear more specifics about how the plan will affect Clearbrook residents.

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The FBi now says there's no basis to a tip that suggested Chandra Levy's body was buried at a Virginia army base.


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An FBI spokeswoman in Richmond says the agency is not going to spend anymore time looking into the tip that came from a Web site.
It claimed that Levy's remains are buried under a parking lot on the base, or nearby. That base is about 30 miles south of Richmond.
The FBI says it investigated and decided there's no site around Fort Lee that cooresponds with the information in the tip.
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Looting and selling art and historic treasures is the second most profitable crime in the world behind illegal drug trade.
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This week, in the woods around Richmond, two Virginia state agencies are hosting a training session for police and archaeologists who fight such crime across the nation.
The six year old program is called "time crime."
In the field exercise today, a camouflaged looter searches for Civil War relics -- and the crime scene is later documented.
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(( MARTIN MCALLISTER/ARCHEAOLOGICAL INVESTIGATOR: NO, WE'RE NOT OVERDOING IT AT ALL. THEY'RE VERY, VERY SOPHISTICATED.... DOING IT TO MAKE MONEY. A BAYONET LIKE THIS IS GONNA SELL FOR SEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS.))
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Civil War relic looting is actually the number two time crime in Virginia.
Grave desecration is more common.
A Roanoke archaeologist cites the landmark case in southwest Virginia three years ago.
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((TOM KLATKA/VA. DEPT. OF HIST. RESOURCES: IN WYTHE COUNTY, THERE WERE A NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS...BURIALS OF NATIVE AMERICANS.))
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The F-B-I is paying the tab for the week long class.
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It was a deadly mistake... a missionary plane shot down in April killing an American woman and her infant daughter.
Now a joint U-S Peruvian report says language problems were partly to blame.
Teri Okita has more on what may have gone wrong.
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((TRACK: THE APRIL 20TH INCIDENT BEGAN WHEN A C-I-A SURVEILLANCE PLANE MISTOOK THE MISSIONARY PLANE FOR A DRUG FLIGHT AND CONTACTED PERUVIAN OFFICIALS. MINUTES LATER, SEVERAL WARNING CALLS WENT OUT...THEN THERE WAS CONFUSION.

NAT SOT VIDEO: ( ..not taking evasive action.. just follow )


TRACK: AMERICAN PILOT KEVIN DONALDSON DIDNT HEAR THE WARNINGS AND CONTINUED ON COURSE. IT WAS THEN THAT A PERUVIAN JET STARTED FIRING...

SOT VIDEO: Theyre killing me! Theyre killing us! . Tell him to

terminate . No, Dont shoot! No more, no more! . Stop! No more! No more! No more TUCAN! No more! . God Roger, were terminating. Hes on fire. (:18)
TRACK: A JOINT U-S-PERUVIAN REPORT FINDS PROCEDURAL ERRORS, LANGUAGE BARRIERS, AND AN OVERLOADED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM AS FACTORS IN THE MISTAKEN SHOOTDOWN.

(Super: Rand Beers/Assistant Secretary of State)
SOT: we would have wished in any possible way that any one of those

warnings or suggestions had been understood and heeded and prevented this horrible tragedy.
TRACK: AMERICAN MISSIONARY VERONICA BOWERS AND HER INFANT DAUGHTER, CHARITY, DIED IN THE INCIDENT. HER HUSBAND AND SIX-YEAR-OLD SON WERE UNHARMED.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: Perus policy of shooting at suspected drug flights has been credited with helping reduce cocaine trafficking. But this incident has prompted the U-S to suspend its surveillance flights in that region until further review of the program. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington. ))
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Still to come on the newscast, a political fight is brewing over a top job in the federal government. We'll have the details.
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[VO] Also we hear about a new study that says children playing in their own backyards may not be as safe as you might think.
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[5-Gall]


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Some Republicans may say Democrats had a lot of GALL today.
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It was Democrats who rejected Mary Gall as Consumer Product Safety commissioner.
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((ARI FLEISCHER/WHITE HOUSE SPOKSMAN: MARY GALL DID NOT LOSE TODAY. BIPARTISANSHIP LOST TODAY BECAUSE THE VERY SAME DEMOCRATIC SENATOR WHO VOTED FO RMARY GALL WHEN PRESIDENT CLINTON NOMINATED HER VOTED AGAINST HER TODAY, SIMPLY BECAUSE GEORGE BUSH NOMINATED HER ATN THE PRESIDENT THINKS THAT'S UNWISE AND UNFORTUNATE.))
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Democrats claim Gall is too pro-business.
But Republicans say they'll push for a vote by the Full Senate.

Republicans are reportedly trying to figure out whether they can strip current chairwoman Ann Brown of her post. She is a close friend of Senator Hillary Clinton.
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Meanwhlie Brown was putting out a warning today.. nothing to do with Gall... but instead a warning to parents about backyard playsets.
If you are a parent, you probably think the play set in your own backyard is the safest place for your children to play. But a new study shows more kids have died on those play areas than public ones. Aleen Sirgany has the details from Washington.
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((LIKE A LOT OF KIDS THEIR AGE, THE SHOFFNER CHILDREN SPEND MANY OF THEIR SUMMER DAYS ON THE BACKYARD PLAYGROUND. IN FACT, A BROKEN ARM CHRISTINA GOT WHEN SHE FELL FROM THIS SWING .. HASNT KEPT HER AWAY.

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I broke it, thats all.
HARRY SHOFFNER BUILT THE PLAYGROUND FOR HIS KIDS, THINKING IT WAS SAFE.

(SOT) HARRY SHOFFNER/PARENT

When you finished building this did you think somethings not right here. NO of course not. I built it off a kit I bought from a hardware store so if anything, you would think its under specs.
BUT ACCORDING TO THE LATEST GOVERNMENT STUDY, THIS PLAYGROUND ISNT SAFEAND THERES A CHANCE THE ONE IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD ISNT EITHER.

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ANN BROWN/CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION WHAT YOURE DOING IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD YOU HAVE TO THINK OF IN TERMS OF SAFETY YOU WOULD EXPECT IN THE PLAYGROUND AT SCHOOL OR IN THE PUBLIC PLAYGROUND."

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AN ALARMING REPORT BY THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION SHOWS MORE THAN 60 PERCENT OF ALL PLAYGROUND DEATHS DURING THE LAST TEN YEARS HAPPENED AT HOME.

(BRIDGE: ALEEN SIRGANY)

EXPERTS SAY ROPES AND OTHER HANGING CORDS CAUSE MOST OF THE BACKYARD DEATHS. CHILDREN GET STUCK, FALL AND EVEN STRANGE THEMSELVES.
TRACK: AND PARENTS ALSO NEED TO WATCH OUT FOR SHARP EDGES.
You can see theres a space here. That space can catch a childs clothing.

(kid climbs)

PLAYGROUNDS LIKE THIS ARE CONSIDERED SAFE... IT IS SECURELY FASTENED INTO THE GROUND, WOOD CHIPS PROTECT CHILDREN WHO FALL AND THERE ARE NO SMALL SPACES FOR KIDS TO GET STUCK.

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You want total safety as much as you can
THE PRECAUTIONS COULD SAVE YOUR CHILDS LIFE. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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As children head back to school, health officials want to remind parents of new immunization laws.
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The Hepatitis B vaccine is required for all students before sixth grade.
In addition, ALL children born after January 1st, 1994 should receive a series of the Hepatitis B vaccine.
Virginia has also enacted a law requiring the chicken pox vaccine for all children born ON or AFTER January 1st , 1997. This also applies to any child who has never had the vaccine.
College students enrolling in four year institutions for the first time must get the meningitis vaccine. Students can refuse if they sign a waiver saying they understand the risks.
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Still to come on News 7, Leo Hirshbrunner will tell us what this year's long stretches of dry weather have done to the summer crops.
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Most of the summer has been fairly dry...so can we still find some good fresh fruits and vegetables....in today's Growin It Leo Hirsbrunner shows us what the dry weather has done to our favorite fresh foods.
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Coming up a little later, we'll see what one of the leading ladies of rock is doing these days,
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[VO] and in Sports, a local business is about to return to the national stage of NASCAR.
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On Wall Street today, a strong showing in technology stocks spread throughout the broader market. That pushed the major averages higher.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Welcome everybody to the Thursday ticker that begins some noise from the "House that Ruth Built."
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The Yankees hosted the Rangers this afternoon and got buried under and avalanche of homeruns.
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The Yankees had ace Mike Mussina on the hill today, but Alex Rodriguez wasn't the least bit fazed as he parks this three run homer over the left field fence in the third inning. It's his 30th of the season. Still in the third with two outs, Gabe Kapler will hit a three run shot of his own again over Chuck Knoblach's head. The Rangers take a 6-to-nothing lead.
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In the fourth Frank Catolanotto adds a solo shot as the Rangers win 12-to-2. Mussina give up 9 hits and 8 runs in just four innings.
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Advance Auto Parts is taking its sponsorship to Winston Cup Racing later this year.
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Advance will join the National Pork Producers and sponsor a car driven by Arca Champion Frank Kimmel in three races beginning at the Lowes Motor Speedway October seventh, the Martinsville Speedway on October 14-th and the season's closer at Atlanta Motor Speedway on November 18th.
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Kimmel is a natural to drive the car, Advance Auto Parts has sponsored the two time ARCA champions car for six years.
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And finally tonight we wrap up the two minute ticker with the harsh reality that life goes on even when people die.
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A day after their teammate Korey Stringer died of heat stroke, the Minnesota Vikings returned to the practice field to

resume their training camp workouts. Each of the players received a round of applause as they walked through a tunnel of fans onto the field. The Vikings say they felt it was important to get back to work, even though their coach calls this a small baby step.

Take care folks. Jean will be right back.
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One of M-T-V's early stars is making a comeback. Pat Benatar is hitting the road and working on some new music. Rebecca Rankin has more.
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((It's not about money anymore. // I just want to make music for the same reasons I wanted to make it in the beginning. // Cause I can't not do it.
IN THE 19-80S, PAT BENATAR TOOK ON THE MALE-DOMINATED MUSIC BUSINESS... AND BROKE ALL THE RULES.
Melissa Etheridge She sang very well. And she sang very intensely and the songs were "I'm standing up to this" Not Oh I'm hurt and soft and weak."
PAT was classically trained as an OPERA SINGER -- but HAD HARD ROCK HOPES FROM THE BEGINNING...
Pat Benatar It sounded like // Julie Andrews singing the Rolling Stones. It was bad, you know it wasn't good.
The turning point in her career came WHEN SHE TEAMED UP WITH GUITARIST NEILGERALDO IN THE LATE 70S. THE TWO CREATED AMAZING CHEMISTRY BOTH ON AND OFFSTAGE...
Pat Benatar Everyone, they begged us // don't get involved with each other on a personal level. This ruins bands.
NOT THIS TIME... PAT AND NEIL GOT MARRIED IN 1982 THEIR MUSIC TOGETHER REMAINS SOME OF THE MOST MEMORABLE MUSIC OF THE 80S.
Lydia Lunch / Journalist It was the power and the energy that Pat Benatar had / that defined her against everything else.
though MARKETED AS CONFIDENT AND SEXY ... HER IMAGE WAS PUSHED TOO FAR WHEN CHRYSALIS RECORDS RAN A RACY AD.
PAT BENATAR It looked like I was naked from the waist up
PAT'S DETERMINATION TO TAKE CONTROL OF HER CAREER LEFT HER FIGHTING LITERALLY....with Chrysalis Record execs
Pat Benatar just whacked him. I whacked him.
Terry Ellis / Co-Founder, Chrysalis Records I don't think she hit me. // Did she say she hit me?
IN THE END SHE GAINED THE CONTROL...AND RESPECT SHE DESERVED.
Pat Benatar It was really // goofy sometimes // you know, hard, struggling, but you know, it was mostly great.
REBECCA ON CAMERA TAG: IN the late 80s, PAT BENATAR TOOK TIME OFF TO RAISE HER FAMILY SHE'S RECORDED FOUR ALBUMS SINCE AND IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON A NEW ALBUM WITH HUSBAND NEILCALLED "GIRL" DUE OUT IN 2002.))
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