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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities in California search for a man suspected of killing at least four members of his family.
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and an automobile accident claims the life of a local woman and sends her passengers to the hospital. [Weather-Head]
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Looking very fine weatherwise with a pleasant temperature and humidity level. Details next.


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Also today, we'll have advice for students who are experiencing anxiety about returning to school,
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and we'll tell you about a candy bar that is back home after a 64 year long trip arond the world.
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One person is dead and five others are injured in two separate accidents in our region today.
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In Campbell County, one woman was killed, two others were injured in a two- car crash this morning.
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State Police say a mail carrier had stopped at a mailbox in the northbound lane of Route 501 north of Gladys when he was struck from behind.
The collision sent the other car across the road and into a utility pole, snapping the pole in half.
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((JOHN PRICE/MAIL CARRIER: I WAS JUST GETTING READY TO SERVE THE MAILBOX AND NEXT THING I KNOW.. BOOM.. I DIDN'T EVEN SEE THE CAR COMING.))
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The driver of the Oldsmobile.. 72- year- old Maggie Callahan Marr.. was pronounced dead at the scene.
Her two passengers were hurt.. 69- year- old Lula Gilliam and 53- year- old Maude Payne, both of Gladys.
Payne is in stable condition at Lynchburg General.. Gilliam was airlifted to U-V-A in serious condition.
Police say it doesn't appear they were wearing their seatbelt.
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Three teenagers were injured, one critically, in a Montgomery County car accident today.
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State Police say 15-year-old Joshua Roundtree was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital after being thrown from this car. Authorities believe he was in the back without a seatbelt when the vehicle went out of control on Camp Carysbrook Road. The driver, 16-year-old Stefanie Roebuck and another passenger, 15-year-old Johnny Roebuck were taken to the New River Valley Medical Center.
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((JENNIFER TILSON/ACCIDENT WITNESS; THEY WERE GOING TOO FAST THEY WENT OFF THIS LITTLE BANK HERE AND ALL WE SAW WAS A CLOUD OF DUST AND WHEN WE GOT THERE, THERE WERE THREE INJURED TEENAGERS.))
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State Police believe the car rolled over at least once.
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Police in Sacramento are looking for a man they believe killed his wife, parents and a baby ... in an unexplained rampage.
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Police believe the man first stabbed his wife to death in one location, then went to a second location where he killed an elderly couple - thought to be his parents, and an infant.
A seven year old girl was also found wounded there. She has been taken to the hospital and is in critical condition.
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[IN Q=All of them]

((ALL OF THEM SUFFERED TRAUMA.. NOT FROM GUNSHOT WOUNDS.. ALTHOUGH WE DON'T KNOW WHAT THE TRAUMA IS FROM.))
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Police believe all the victims are related to Nikolai (Nik-oh-Lie) Solstice but they don't know what a motive may be.
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A man accused of watering down cancer drugs and distributing them as the real thing made his first appearance before a federal judge in Kansas City today.
Drew Levinson reports.
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((While lawyers for Robert Courtney were asking a Federal Judge to let their client out of jail until his trial--FBI agents were stepping up their investigation.

They say the Kansas City pharmacist diluted the chemotherapy drugs--Taxol and Gemzar. Then he allegedly sold the watered down versions to local doctors--who in turn unwittingly sold them to cancer patients--patients who were fighting for their lives WITH DRUGS THAT WERE NOW EITHER INEFFECTIVE OR MORE DANGEROUS.


(SOT: CHRIS WITLEY/US ATTORNEY'S OFFICE/AUGUST 15)

"IT CHILLS THE SPINE TO THINK THAT THIS SORT OF THING WAS GOING ON."


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Federal investigators say a bag that was supposed to contain 300 milligrams of Taxol was found to have only 83 milligrams, and in the worst case a bag labelled 2400 milligrams revealed no traces of Gemzar.

Agents are talking to doctors who may have received the cancer drugs from one of Courtney's two pharmacies. They're also talking to as many as a thousand people who have called a hotline--set up after Courtney's arrest.

Prosecutors say money could have been the motive. One treatment of Gemzar costs patients more than a thousand dollars--a lab check of what agents seized from Courtney showed it was worth less than 250 dollars.

Gloria Baxter's husband Jim spent 35-hundred dollars every three weeks for Taxol she thinks came from Courtney's store. Her husband died in March.


(SOT GLORIA BAXTER/AUGUST 16)

"HE JUST DOESN'T REALIZE HE'S TAKEN HOPE FROM SO MANY PEOPLE AND I JUST THINK HE SHOULD PAY FOR WHAT HE'S DONE."

Right now Courtney faces one felony count--mislabeling and adulturation of prescription drugs. If convicted he faces three years in prison and a quarter million dollars in fines.

But the FBI says more charges could be coming as it builds its case against the father of five.

Drew Levinson, CBS News.))


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Firefighters are beginning to see a silver lining in the smoke clouds over Washington State.
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Temperatures are dropping and rain is in the forecast.
Fireifighters hope better weather will give them an edge.
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((WE'VE HAD A GOOD... WE'VE MADE A LOT OF PROGRESS.))
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The Leavenworth fire is one of eight major blazes in Washington State... and one of 40 in the West.
Crews hope to take advantage of the cool wet forecast to finally get a handle on the fires.
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Governor Gilmore paints a rosy picture of the state budget as he gives Radford University a big boost,
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[VO] and we'll meet a Scottish woman who is making rescuing seals her life's work.
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Two different pictures of the state budget were presented in Richmond today.
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Governor Jim Gilmore presented his end-of-fiscal year report to the joint money committees -- with good news.
Despite an economic slowdown, the bi-ennial budget is only 52-million dollars off target.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA DESERVE ONLY OUR BEST EFFORTS TO ENSURE THAT OUR ECONOMY STAYS STRONG AND THAT WE CONTINUE TO MAKE PROGRESS.))
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But, just minutes later, the Senate Finance Committee reported that its staff is projecting a HALF BILLION dollar hole in the budget by the end of this fiscal year.
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((SEN. JOHN CHICHESTER/R-STAFFORD CO.: WE HAVE OVEREXTENDED OURSELVES IN LIGHT OF VIRGINIA'S ... CAPITAL PROJECTS THAT REMAIN FROZEN.))
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The only capital project unfrozen by the Governor today was Peters Hall at Radford University.
The school got the full 9-point-6 million dollars it needs for that renovation.


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For many children the first day of school can bring on a wave of emotions.
Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us ways parents can help their children deal with first day jitters.
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Joy is it normal for kids to feel nervous?
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Jean, It's perfectly normal. Parents shouldn't panic --if that first day their kids experience some anxiety.
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But every child is different --that's why parents need to pay close attention.
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First Day Anxiety can be brought on by a variety of factors --from meeting new friends -- to performing in the classroom.
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((THIS IS VERY A NORMAL AND NATURAL EVENT --JITTERS ARE OK AND ITS REALLY OK TO BE STRESSED AND TO NOTICE DIFFERENCES WITH YOUR CHILD)) [RUNS10]
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Clinical psychologist Debra Marks says one way parents can help is by making themselves more available.
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((THEY CAN REMIND THEIR CHILD OF OTHER SITUATIONS THAT WERE NEW WERE THEY MIGHT HAVE HAD STRESS AND THEY GOT OVER IT. SHARING MEMORIES ABOUT THEIR FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AND WHAT THAT WAS LIKE)) [RUNS15]
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But there are signs that could indicate professional help might be needed. For example the child makes repeated physical complaints --like having a headache or upset stomach --problems not noticed before.
The child doesn't want to get out of bed to go to school -- and when her or she comes home they don't want to talk about school.
Another indicator might be the child continues to experience symptoms of anxiety -- like increased restlessness, memory problems, or a short temper..
But for most kids, the jitters and anxiety will pass in a week or so. Marks says its important that parents just be supportive and not judgmental throughout the process.
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(( IF THERE CHILD SAYS I WANT YOU TO WALK ME TO SCHOOL OR PLEASE COME IN WITH GO AHEAD AND DO THAT --IT DOESN'T MEAN THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOUR CHILD OR THEY'RE WEAK IN SOME WAY.THEY JUST NEED SOME EXTRA SUPPORT AND THAT'S REALLY OK)) [RUNS17]
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Doctor Marks says even if your child has a bad experience -- it's still a learning experience. And it will help them to deal with next situation.
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Jean

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A woman's effort to save seals off the Scottish shore is making her unpopular with her neighbors. As Richard Roth tells us, her desire to save the animals is running head on into the region's economic health.
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((NARR: (CBS) IT'S SOMETIMES THE ONLY SOUND IN THE AIR ON THE EDGE OF THIS REMOTE ISLAND OFF SCOTLAND: THE SOUND OF MUSIC FROM A LONELY VIOLIN.

BUT WHEN FIONA MIDDLETON FACES THE SEA ON THE COAST OF ISLAY AND LIFTS HER FIDDLE TO PLAY, SHE USUALLY ATTRACTS AN AUDIENCE: AN AUDIENCE OF SEALS. SHE DISCOVERED THE POWER OF HER MUSIC BY ACCIDENT, MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS AGO, WHEN SHE WALKED TO THE WATER'S EDGE, TO PRACTICE.


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2940 there was a whiskery big-eyed face looking at me, looking at me - peering at me from the water then there was another one


(NARR:) IT CHANGED HER LIFE.


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(NARR:) SHE BECAME A WOMAN WITH A MISSION. FIONA MIDDLETON'S BEEN

RESCUING SICK OR INJURED SEALS EVER SINCE, TURNING HER BATHROOM INTO A SEAL INFIRMARY.


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AND HER YARD'S A SWIMMING POOL AND FEEDING GROUND FOR THE ANIMALS - ALL OF WHICH, EVENTUALLY, RETURN TO THE WILD.


SOT : ROTH Q: these have absolutely taken over your life, the seals have

-- FIONA: well i would say that because i love them so much i do everything i can to protect them //EDIT// i want their habitat to be protected for the future and i want laws to be passed to stop them being injured by people, injured and killed.


(NARR:) (bbc) IT'S ESTIMATED HALF THE WORLD'S POPULATION OF GREY SEALS

LIVES OFF THE COAST OF BRITAIN. MIDDLETON WANTS THEM TO HAVE PERMANENT PROTECTION IN THIS PART OF SCOTLAND.


(ROTH ON CAMERA:) BUT IT'S NOT AN IDEA THAT'S UNIVERSALLY ACCEPTED.

SOME CLAIM THAT CREATING A HABITAT TO PROTECT THE SEALS WILL ENDANGER ANOTHER SPECIES HERE. (10)

NARR: (cbs) THAT SPECIES IS MAN: THE FISHERMEN WHOSE LIVELIHOODS DEPEND ON COD AND SALMON THAT RUN HERE...AND WHO SAY A HEALTHY SEAL POPULATION IS ALREADY THREATENING A RICH FISHING GROUND.


(SOT RICHARD GRAY/ISLAY COMMUNITY COUNCIL CHAIRMAN:) at the moment

they're eating every fish that comes near the coastline; salmon, sea trout, anything - mackerel. they're attacking everything that comes in their way.


(NARR:) (bbc) SOME FISHERMEN SAY SEALS SHOULD BE HUNTED AND KILLED, AS

THEY LAST WERE TWENTY YEARS AGO: A CULL TO REDUCE THEIR NUMBERS. (cbs) NOW THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT IS STRUGGLING TO FIND A COMPROMISE TO PRESERVE THE COMMERCE THAT SUPPORTS THIS REGION... AND THE NATURAL BEAUTY THAT BLESSES IT. RICHARD ROTH CBS NEWS ISLAY SCOTLAND. ))


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Still to come on our newscast, Jacey Birch will tell us why some works of art are looking for a new place to hang out.
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WE'RE IN OLD SOUTHWEST WHERE THE STUDIOS ON THE SQUARE ART GALLERIES ARE TEMPORARILY BEING HOUSED, BUT STAY TUNED TO NEWS SEVEN AT FIVE BECAUSE THEY'RE MOVING BACK DOWNTOWN.
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You expect to find a Farmer's Market, specialty shops, and restaurants in Downtown Roanoke.
But one long-time business is gone... the Studios on the Square Gallery has moved to Old Southwest.
As Jacey Birch found out, it's a temporary address, as the gallery prepares to return to it's favorite hot spot.
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(((Terry Lyon and Robby Tatum are hard at work, painting landscapes and portraits.
Both artists are trying to catch up on the time and customers they've lost since leaving Studios on the Square Gallery.
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ACTUALLY IT'S SLOWED DOWN MY ARTWORK SOME. I WAS PRODUCING MORE WORK WHEN I HAD A STUDIO AND THE PUBLIC COMING THROUGH SEEING MY WORK.
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After working at Studios for nearly 15 years, Terry now shares paint space with Robby.
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OUR RENT WAS INCREASED TO THE POINT THAT WE DIDN'T FEEL LIKE IT WAS ECONOMICALLY VIABLE TO CONTINUE THE GALLERY THERE AND IN ADDITION, IT WAS TIME FOR A CHANGE.
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The gallery had been a haven for curious locals and out-of-towners who could watch artists work in their studios while viewing their finished pieces.
It used to be located on the corner of Campbell Avenue and the Market Square right next to Saltori's...
Now it sits in Old Southwest while the artists have scattered to locations all over the Valley.
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I DO MISS BEING DOWNTOWN. IT'S NICE HAVING THE TRAFFIC AND SEEING PEOPLE AND JUST THE LIFE THAT'S HAPPENING.
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But what's happened since the unexpected move is not all bad.
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IF ANYTHING, I THINK CHANGE IS GOOD FOR US IN THAT IT SHAKES YOU OUT OF YOUR COMPLACENCY.
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I THINK IN THE LONG RUN IT WILL BE A POSITIVE MOVE.
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A positive move is a new location a few blocks further down Campbell Ave, with the potential to house studios for twice as many artists as the previous gallery.
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WE FOUND A SPOT THAT WE'RE STARTING TO RENOVATE NOW, DOWNTOWN AND WE HOPE TO BE MOVING IN THERE WITHIN SIX MONTHS.
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Terry and Robby may be joining nearly forty artists in the *NEW* Studios on the Square Gallery.
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WE HAVE A DYNAMIC ART COMMUNITY HERE AND WE WANT TO TRY AND STRENGTHEN IT AND MAKE IT GROW EVEN STRONGER.
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A stronger landscape with a much brighter future.
Jacey Birch, News Seven, Roanoke.)))

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Today in Sports, Steve Mason will tell us how the Cavaliers are getting ready for their season opener this weekend,
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[VO] Also we will meet a man who broke a world record by the hair on his chinny, chin, chin.
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This is not peach fuzz you're about to see... It's a real beard...
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So strong in fact that this man is attempting to break his own world record for the strongest beard.
Antanas Kontrimas secured his beard in place.. and went for it-
Drum roll please....
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((drum rolll... and nat sound of cheering.))
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He breaks the record...
One drawback though, he lost some of his precious "strong" beard hairs in the record breaking move.
He blamed the American equipment.
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Welcome everybody to the Two Minute Ticker on this Monday afternoon.
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The Virginia football team held its pre-Wisconsin media day this afternoon in Charlottesville. Steve Mason says the Badgers and the UVa quarterback situation were the hot topics of conversation with the season opener now just five days away.
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Virginia Tech has decided to go with freshman Bryan Randall as the team's backup quarterback this season. After this morning's practice Beamer told us that he's confident the young man from Williamsburg can handle the pressure.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six, more thoughts from Beamer on Randall and Kevin Jones, plus Pulaski County jumps into the Blue Ridge and the Friday Football Extra spotlight. Take care everybody. Jean will be right back in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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A historic candy bar has been returned home.
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The 1937 Hershey Chocolate Field Ration Bar was left by Admiral Richard Byrd's third expedition to the South Pole in 1939.
The bar was discovered under two and a half feet of ice in the South Pole in January. It was returned this weekend to its home in a Hershey, Pennsylvania museum.
The chocolate was formulated to be eaten only to fight starvation, so it's not as tasty as the standard candy bar.
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