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Today on News 7 at 5, the state police is investigating the possible embezzlement of money from Henry County,
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Also local officials lift a health advisory linked to the tire and brush fires in Roanoke County.
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Things warming up a bit over the next few days and we stay dry until Sunday. Full forecast details coming up.

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Also a well known Hollywood funny man has passed away.
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and we'll watch the joyful reunions as the U-S-S Roosevelt returns home to Norfolk for the first time since their deployment in the war on terrorism.
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A health advisory is lifted for area residents ... as the state's largest tire dump is declared a Superfund site.


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Help is on the way from the federal government to fight the massive tire fire burning in Roanoke County.
The Environmental Protection Agency is offering half-a-million dollars in financial assistance for clean up and fire fighting efforts at the tire dump.
It's been burning now for 5 days.
That, as health officials lifted a health advisory today.
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Marya Jones is out near the tire dump tonight with more.
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Jean, the Keeling tire dump has now been declared a Superfund site, which means it's eligible to receive federal funding to help with fire fighting and clean up efforts.
The EPA has already pledged half a million dollars and it says that amount could go up to 1.2 million.
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((Clearer skies meant recess could resume at Penn Forest Elementary for the first time this week.
Rains overnight, plus cooler temperatures and winds today made the air quality -- even near the Keeling tire dump -- better than normal... prompting health officials to lift a three-day health advisory.
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((MOLLY O'DELL/REGIONAL HEALTH DIRECTOR: EVERYBODY CAN RESUME... RECREATION IN SCHOOLS.))
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The one-thousand-acre brush fire is under control.
But more than three-million tires continue to smolder ...
And the strategy is still to LET them burn out, which could take months.
Local HAZMAT teams have been out testing the site, making sure it's safe to let it burn.
All along, the E-P-A has remained on the sidelines, awaiting permission from the tire dump's owner, Willie Keeling, to enter the property.
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((MICHAEL ZICKLER/EPA: IT WON'T BE MUCH DIFFERENT WHEN WE BRING OUR FOLKS IN. IT'LL BE THE SAME TYPE OF RESOURCES. WE'LL BE PAYING THE BILL. AND THAT'S TO RELIEVE THE BURDEN ON LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS.))
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The Department of Environmental Quality has also pledged 1-point-4 million to the tire clean up effort.
Fire chief Rick Burch says he MAY be ready to release the cause of the fire tomorrow.
He says he's still looking at possible causes, including arson and sparks from a train.
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State Police are investigating the possible embezzlement of Henry County funds.
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Investigators searched administrator Sid Clower's office yesterday morning -- removing the hard drive from his computer, a copy of the county's budget and some miscellaneous files.
A hard drive from the Public Service Authority was also removed.
While State Police were searching his office, Henry County deputies found Clower in some woods behind the county administration building.
He was committed to a mental hospital after he apparently tried to kill himself with a handgun.
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((TIM HALL/HENRY COUNTY SPOKESMAN: APPARENTLY THERE WAS SOME CONVERSATION AMONG THE SHERIFFS DEPUTIES AND MR. CLOWER. THEN TWO OF THE OFFICERS WERE ABLE TO GET UP TO HIM AND BRING HIM DOWN AND TAKE THE WEAPON AWAY FROM HIM.))
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Clower left three notes on his secretary's desk, all indicating that he might harm himself.
One was addressed to his secretary, one to the deputy administrator, and one to the county attorney.
The special prosecutor looking into the charges would not say if Clower is the target of the investigation.

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A controversial local physician went before a committee of the State Board of Medicine today to defend her practice.

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Doctor Joan Resk has been accused of an assortment of ethical violations, ranging from false advertising to medically treating her significant other. In addition to that, the hearing examiner today accused her of fudging the records subpoenaed by the board.
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((JANUARY, 02. THE SAME RECORDS ARE PRINTED 12/6/99. THERE'S BEEN A BIG CHANGE. FIVE RECORDS APPEAR THERE THAT WEREN'T THERE BEFORE.))
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Much of the session was taken up with review of computer records which Doctor Resk said may not be complete because of her own "computer illiteracy." She conceded that she had performed medical services for the woman who accompanied her here from California and Ohio.

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((I DON'T AGREE THAT I FAILED TO MAINTAIN PROPER BOUNDARIES. I DID MAINTAIN PROPER BOUNDARIES AND I DID PROPERLY TREAT THIS PATIENT.))
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The board may suspend or revoke Dr. Resk's medical license, reprimand her, fine her, put her on probation or exonerate her.
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Thousands of U-S Servicemen are back home tonight after a six month tour of duty in the Arabian Sea.
Drew Levinson reports from the Norfolk Naval base- where 20 thousand relatives came out to greet them.
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(( "USA, USA, USA...."
IT BEGAN LIKE A PEP RALLY FOR A NATION.... BUT QUICKLY TURNED INTO A HEART WARMING SCENE OF TEARFUL REUNIONS. THE CREW OF U-S-S THEODORE ROOSEVELT, MORE THAN 5000 STRONG... ARRIVED HOME AFTER SIX AND A HALF MONTHS AT SEA. "IT WAS WONDERFUL, JUST GREAT, THE CROWD IS INSPIRING, IT'S FANTASTIC TO BE HOME. GOD BLESS AMERICA." THE HERO'S WELCOME IS WELL DESERVED. THE GIANT CARRIER WAS THE FIRST TO DEPLOY AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH. DURING IT'S 189-DAY CRUISE...HUNDREDS OF COMBAT MISSIONS WERE LAUNCHED WITHOUT LOSING A SINGLE PILOT OR SAILOR. JAMEL JONES/U.S. NAVY "THEY CAME OVER HERE TO HIT US, WE HAD TO GO BACK AND HIT THEM HARDER. THEY DON'T COME OVER HERE AND MESS WITH US." ABOUT 20,000 RELATIVES AND FRIENDS JAMMED A PIER IN NORFOLK TO GREET THE ROOSEVELT AND THREE ADDITIONAL SHIPS IN ITS BATTLE GROUP. FOR JACK POWERS AND HIS KIDS...FINDING MOM TOOK SOME TIME.... NATZ FULL...OH MY GOSH, OH MY GOSH. (COUPLE KISSES) IT WAS OBVIOUSLY WORTH THE WAIT.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, President Bush explains why he signed a controversial campaign spending plan,
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Also the man who was best remembered for portraying a lovable drunk has died. After this break we will look back at the life of actor Dudley Moore.
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15 people are dead- and nearly 100 are injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up at an Israeli hotel.
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The attack comes on the first night of the week-long Jewish holiday of Passover- and it coincides with an Arab summit in Beirut.
The bomber blew himself up in the lobby of the seaside Park Hotel in a resort town.
Palestinian militants have staged a series of bombings since launching an uprising against Israeli occupation some 18 months ago-
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Actor Dudley Moore died of pneumonia today, three years after he was diagnosed with a rare brain disorder.
While he performed in a number of big hits in the 70's and 80's, he will probably always be remembered playing the lovable drunk Arthur.
Chris Lawrence has more.
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(( He may have been the unlikeliest Hollywood heart-throb of all. But actor Dudley Moore charmed moviegoers, playing a funny man with a heart-of-gold in films such as 10 and Arthur.

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Moore died Wednesday at his home in New Jersey, 66 years old. Doctors say pneumonia killed him, part of the complications he suffered from progressive supranuclear palsy. Moore had been sick for some time.

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Moore was born with a club foot, and once said his mother wanted to kill him because of his deformity. He used that pain as a basis for his comedy. And many European fans remember his days in London.

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Peter Cook and Dudley Moore were a famous comedy jewel. I used to love them.

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There were elements of his own life in 10, where Moore played a musician determined to marry the perfect woman. In real life, all four of his marriages ended in divorce.

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Here on Hollywood Boulevard, Dudley Moore had a lot of fans, who wished his star could have shined a bit longer.

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Whatever he did, he did it with verve and gusto.
Fans have been walking by all morning, some just learning of Moores death and leaving something behind.

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You know, he was a little fella. But how he carried that big heart around, I don't know. Maybe it just gave out.
At 5 feet 2, Moore may have been one of the shortest actors in Hollywood. Fans say he stood tallest by just being himself. Chris Lawrence CBS News Hollywood.))

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Campaign finance reform is now in place.
President Bush signed the bill without ceremony today- but he says the low key signing does not mean he's unhappy with the bill.
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((I WOULDN'T HAVE SIGNED THE BILL IF I WAS REALLY UNHAPPY WITH IT. I THINK IT IMPROVES THE SYSTEM AND IT IMPROVES THE SYSTEM BECAUSE IT ENABLES THE INDIVIDUAL TO GIVE MORE MONEY AND WHAT I WANT TO DO IS HAVE A SYSTEM THAT ENCOURAGES MORE INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION AS WELL AS MORE DISCLOSURE.))
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Bush is now on a multi-state fundraising trip. He says he is not going to lay down his arms. He says he'll take part in the rules of the system as he campaigns for like-minded people.

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An important medical study is helping clear up the confusion over the best way to treat blocked arteries in patients suffering heart attacks.
Dr. Mike Rosen has the story.
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narr;MALDAY RAMKHALAWAN COULD HAVE DIED. THREE HEART ARTERIES WERE BLOCKED. SO, HER DOCTORS PERFORMED EMERGENCY ANGIOPLASTY. THAT'S WHERE A BALLOON-TIPPED CATHETER IS PLACED INTO THE BLOCKED ARTERY TO PUSH ASIDE THE FAT AND CHOLESTEROL AND BLOOD--THE "GUNK" BLOCKING THE ARTERY.


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Narr: IT WORKS WELL-- AT LEAST, AT FIRST.


(SOT)GREGG STONE,MD - RESEARCHER, LENOX HILL HOSPITAL, NEW YORK

the blockage can renarrow in up to 30-50 percent of patients after six months.
narr; TO PREVENT THIS RENARROWING..TO KEEP THE ARTERY OPEN..DOCTORS USE THIS.. A STENT. A TINY METAL COIL PLACED DURING ANGIOPLASTY WHICH ACTS AS A STRUT, OR A SUPPORT...KEEPING THE HEART ARTERY OPEN.

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narr. STENTING HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE BETTER THAN ANGIOPLASTY ALONE IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE NOT HAD A HEART ATTACK . BUT FOR THOSE LIKE MALDAY WHO HAVE, THE QUESTION OF-- TO STENT OR NOT TO STENT-- HAS PLAGUED CARDIOLOGISTS.AND HERE'S WHY.

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when a person's just had a heart attack, the area of blockage right here is very fragile sort of like a crumbling building. And the concern is if you put a metal stent right here, the gunk can actually break off travel down stream, reblock the artery, and actually cause another heart attack.
narr; NOW A NEW STUDY IN THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE... THE LARGEST STUDY EVER ON ANGIOPLASTY IN HEART ATTACK PATIENTS... ELIMINATES THAT CONCERN. IT SHOWS NOT ONLY ARE STENTS SAVE IN HEART ATTACK PATIENTS, BUT THEY ARE, WITHOUT QUESTION, THE NEW STANDARD OF CARE. 90 PERCENT WILL NOT HAVE TO COME BACK FOR ANOTHER PROCEDURE.

(SOT) GREG STONE,MD.

he or she can expect to have a very high success rate and an excellent chance of surviving and surviving.
JUST LIKE MALDAY. I'M DR. MIKE ROSEN, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans' Steak Week keeps rollin' along.
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All this week, Patrick Evans has been making our mouths water with a look inside some of Roanoke's exclusive steakhouses.
Tonight he rounds out his series with a visit to Frankie Rowland's, which is as well know for a special cocktail as it is for the prime steaks.
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Coming up a little later, a local university introduces its new president,
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[VO] and in Sports, Mike Stevens will look at this season's rough start for Winston Cup driver Dale Jarrett.
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On Wall Street today, investors looking for bargains boosted the stock markets.
Alexis Christoforous has the details.
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The midweek Two Minute Sports Ticker is on the road tonight for a little racing and writing!
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Mike Stevens checks in with us from Henry County where the "Thunder once again returned to the Foothills."
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Washington and Lee University welcomed its new president.
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Doctor Thomas (BURR-ish) Burish was announced as the school's 24th president of the nation's ninth oldest university.

Burish comes from Vanderbilt, where he served as provost, taught psychology, and was an officer on the board of the American Cancer Society. He says he felt coming to Washington and Lee was a calling and continues to be impressed by the student body.
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((THOMAS BURISH/INCOMING W&L PRESIDENT; THE PRACTICE OF PEOPLE GREETING EACH OTHER WHEN THEY ARE ON CAMPUS MAY SEEM QUAINT TO SOME. I THINK IT IS A WONDERFUL WAY FOR EXPRESSING THEIR APPRECIATION FOR OTHER PEOPLE, FOR DISCOURAGING ANONYMITY OR LACK OF HUMAN RESPECT FOR OTHERS.))
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The announcement follows a six month presidential search, after President John Elrod died in late July after a three year battle with cancer. Burish will assume office on July first.
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