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Today on News 7, authorities believe a 72 year old man killed a mother and daughter last night in Bedford before taking his own life this morning.
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Also authorities indict a suspect in two 1996 murders in the Shenandoah National Park.
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Very mild weather this mid week. Temperatures will be just a few degrees cooler tomorrow. The complete story just ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Also today, the Big Game's 200 MILLION dollar jackpot could pale in comparison to a possible half BILLION dollar prize in the future,
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and some people have found buying their prescription drugs over the internet is cheaper, but are they putting their health on the line?
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[5-Rice]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Six years after two women were found bound and gagged with their throats slit in the Shenandoah National Park, a suspect has been indicted.
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Attorney General John Ashcroft made the announcement today, labeling the murders a "hate crime" and vowing to seek the death penalty for Darrell David Rice. Ashcroft says Rice killed the two hikers, BECAUSE they were women, and because Rice believed they were homosexuals.
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((THE VOLATILE, POISONOUS MIXTURE OF HATRED AND VIOLENCE WILL NOT GO UNCHALLENGED IN THE AMERICAN SYSTEM OF JUSTICE.))

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Rice is already serving an 11-year sentence for ATTEMPTING to abduct a woman- -also in the Shenandoah National Forest- -a year after Julianne Williams and Lollie Winans were killed.

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Israel will not leave the battle now- that is the word this afternoon from Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon-


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Sharon says that would just lead to another round of fighting later on.
Today the latest suicide bomb attack- this time a bomber blew himself up in a crowded city bus killing eight Israelis.
The sound of cell phones ringing could be heard as the dead were carried away.
Today the worst fighting in Israel's 13 day old offense-
Colin Powell says despite the escalating violence his peace mission is not in jeopardy.
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[5-LA-Plane]


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An American Airlines jet rolled through a fence in Los Angeles and ended up on an L-A Street.
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It looked worse than it turned out to be.
The 767 jet- was empty when it smashed through a fence and rolled through power lines onto the street.
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((NANCY CASTLES/AIRPORT SPOKESPERSON: THE LA POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE FIRE DEPARTMENT THE FEDERAL OFFICIALS ALL RESPONDED TO THE SCENE IMMEDIATELY.))
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No passengers were on the plane and the road was not a public street- No one was hurt and airport traffic was not affected.
The mystery is why did it roll?
The plane had been parked overnight outside a hanger and somehow it moved when no one was in it.
American Airlines says it may have just been an improperly set parking brake. The airline is investigating.
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[5-Double-Murder]


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Two people shot to death in Bedford County last night - and an apparent suicide on 581 early this morning are apprently all linked-
Investigators are still trying to piece together exactly what happened.
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Authorities say 72 year old Isaac George Abbott of Roanoke shot and killed two women- 50 year old Malinda Ellen Smith and 72 year old Virgie Lee Smith- It happened in a home on Morgan's Mill Road in Goodview last night. Abbott was found in Roanoke a few hours later driving the victims Mercury Mountaineer. When Roanoke City officials blocked Route 2-20 near Elm Avenue- police say Abbott shot himself in the head. Abbott had also been suspected in another incident in Pulaski County last night.
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((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF; A VEHICLE MATCHING THE DESCRIPTION OF THE MOUNTAINEER HAD BEEN INVOLVED IN A POSSIBLE ABDUCTION AND SHOTS FIRE THERE IN THE PULASKI AREA.))
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Abbott was facing an arrest warrant in Pulaski County on cocaine distribution charges- that warrant was issued last week. So far no charges have been filed in the matter.
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[5-Police-Shooting]


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Another multiple murder suicide- this one in New Jersey.
Police are supposed to help protect, but it was a police officer in this case who allegedly went on a deadly shooting rampage- Now as Aleen Sirgany reports- the officer is also dead.
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WHEN POLICE ARRIVED ON THIS STREET IN DOVER TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY ... THEY SOON DISCOVERED THE BODIES OF FIVE MURDER VICTIMS. EVEN MORE SHOCKING -- THE ALLEGED SHOOTER WAS ONE OF THEIR OWN. INVESTIGATORS SAY POLICE OFFICER EDWARD LUTES -- A 15-YEAR VETERAN OF THE FORCE -- WENT ON A SHOOTING RAMPAGE TUESDAY NIGHT. IT BEGAN IN HIS NEIGHBORS' HOMES. CHIEF MICHAEL MASTRONARDY/DOVER TOWNSHIP) - "We have three victims in one house and two victims in another. A total of three males and two female adults."
POLICE SAY LUTES THEN DROVE ... ABOUT 15 MILES AWAY ... TO THE HOME OF HIS BOSS, POLICE CHIEF JAMES COSTELLO. "He encountered Lutes on his property ... once in the wrist and twice in the leg." OFFICIALS SAY LUTES SPED AWAY FROM THE SCENE. THE SUSPECT WAS LATER FOUND IN HIS CAR -- AFTER APPARENTLY COMMITTING SUICIDE. "An elderly resident ... noticed the vehicle was running. Observed a bloody body in the car." POLICE HAVE NOT PINNED DOWN A MOTIVE, BUT THEY ARE LOOKING INTO REPORTS OF ONGOING HOSTILITY BETWEEN LUTES AND HIS NEIGHBORS. IF THERE WERE PROBLEMS, THESE NEIGHBORS NEVER NOTICED. STANLEY JAKUBCZAK/NEIGHBOR: "He's a quiet guy and I would never expect anything like this." Aleen Sirgany/CBS News: surprisely, THIS QUIET JERSEY SHORE COMMUNITY IS NO STRANGER TO THIS TYPE OF VIOLENCE. BACK IN FEBRUARY, A RETIRED POLICE OFFICER ALLEGEDLY WENT ON A SIMILAR RAMPAGE .... KILLING FOUR PEOPLE, INCLUDING HIS GRANDDAUGHTER. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, DOVER TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY.)

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President Bush calls on the U-S Senate to ban the cloning of humans. We'll have that story after the break,
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Also lottery players may have to stand in line as this Friday's Big Game drawing crosses the 200 MILLION dollar mark.
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[5-Cloning]


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President Bush came out strongly against human and therapeutic cloning today.
That puts him in opposition to many scientists and victims of disease who say cloning could save lives. Jim Acosta has the story.
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(( RIGHT NOW -- THERE ARE NO LAWS IN THE U-S REGULATING CLONING.

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TO CHANGE THAT -- PRESIDENT BUSH IS CALLING ON SENATORS TO PASS A BILL -- SIMILAR TO ONE ALREADY APPROVED BY THE HOUSE -- THAT WOULD BAN ALL FORMS OF CLONING -- INCLUDING THE KIND THAT PRODUCED DOLLY THE SHEEP. BUT IN HIS REMARKS -- MR. BUSH TARGETED THE MORE CONTROVERSIAL RESEARCH INTO HUMAN CLONING.

SOT: Bush "We must prevent human cloning by stopping it before it

starts."
REPUBLICANS AND CONSERVATIVE DEMOCRATS ARGUE HUMAN CLONING -- IF LEFT UNCHECKED -- WOULD LEAD TO SCORES OF DISCARDED EMBRYOS.

SOT: Sen. Sam Brownback, (R) Kansas " We shouldn't patent people."


STAND-UP: Jim Acosta "But some experts fear banning all human cloning would be a set-back for science. That's why 40 Nobel Laureates -- including pioneers in cancer research are now backing a different bill that would permit the practice of "therapeutic cloning."
SOME SCIENTISTS BELIEVE THERAPEUTIC CLONING COULD ALLOW PEOPLE TO GROW THEIR OWN TISSUE -- GIVING THE HANDICAPPED THE HOPE OF ONE DAY WALKING AGAIN. BIOETHICIST AND CELL BIOLOGY PROFESSOR FRED GRINNELL SAYS THERAPEUTIC CLONING RESEARCH COULD END LONG WAITS FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED ORGAN TRANSPLANTS. THAT IS... UNLESS IT'S BANNED.

SOT: Fred Grinnell, Univ. of Texas Southwestern "Any time there are

fences created that slows down the process of science."

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BUT SOME DISABLED AMERICANS SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT.

SOT: James Kelly, Cloning Ban Supporter "My skin crawls at the thought

of pulling others into a similar pit just so I can get out of mine."

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EAGER TO SIGN A BILL BY JUNE -- MR. BUSH KNOWS BANNING HUMAN CLONING WOULD BE POPULAR. A RECENT POLL INDICATES NEARLY FOUR IN FIVE AMERICANS OPPOSE THE PRACTICE... JIM ACOSTA CBS NEWS DALLAS.))

[5-Online-Prescriptions]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The internet has been flooded with hundreds of websites promising low costs and minimum hassles for buying prescription drugs.
But it could be a prescription for disaster if you don't take the proper precautions.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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Jean, the FDA says purchasing a medication from an illegal website puts you at risk.
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You may receive a contaminated or counterfeit product, the wrong product, or no product at all.
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Pharmacist Tim Schirm says safety should be a major concern when you're buying medication on-line. (///// SOT

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((HOW DO THEY HANDLE THE MEDICATION, I DON'T KNOW. DO THEY HAVE AN ACTUAL PHARMACIST ON HAND TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS? I DON'T KNOW. DO THEY FOLLOW STATE GUIDELINES FOR SAFE PRACTICE, I DON'T KNOW. THOSE ARE QUESTIONS YOU HAVE TO SCRATCH YOUR HEAD ABOUT)) [RUNS15]
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He says be very leery of sites that offer medications without a prescription because taking an unsafe or inappropriate medication can have serious health consequences.
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((THE ONE SITE I FOUND IN NEW ZEALAND WILL SELL IT WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION BUT GOOD LORD DO THEY HAVE THE SAME TYPE OF CONTROLS THAT WE DO. HOW OLD'S THE MEDICATION, IS IT GOING TO WORK)) [RUNS11]
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The Food and Drug Administration also has the following warnings. Don't purchase from foreign websites. At this time it generally illegal to import drugs bought from these sites and the risks are greater. Avoid sites that do not list a US address and phone number to contact if there is a problem. Also make sure the site has access to a registered pharmacist to answer questions.
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((YOU PROBABLY WANT TO STICK WITH THE TRIED AND TRUSTED NAMES)) [RUNS04]
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Schirm says if cost is your main reason for buying on-line --make sure to account for shipping and handling in the price.
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((IF THEY'RE GOING ON LINE TO SAVE MONEY I THINK YOU CAN DO MUCH BETTER AT YOUR LOCAL PHARMACY'S ESPECIALLY IN ROANOKE WHERE YOU HAVE A LOT OF COMPETITION BETWEEN PHARMACIES IT'S DRIVING THE CASH PRICE DOWN)) [RUNS12]
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Schirm says also beware that when you give out your personal information --it could be sold to a third party. [FS ]
To find if a website is a licensed pharmacy and in good standing you can contact the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy 847-698-6227 or on-line at N-A-B-P-dot-net.
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Jean,

[5-Big-Game]


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Nobody won the 155 MILLION dollar Big Game jackpot last night.
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That means Friday night's drawing will be worth at least 200 MILLION dollars.
35 people did manage to match the first five numbers. They will get 150-thousand dollars each.
207- players matched four of the numbers, plus the Big Money Ball for five thousand dollars each.
The Big Game has not had a winner since February fifth.
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Lottery officials say the current jackpot could pale compared to future prizes in the new Mega Millions lottery that begins next month.
The new game will replace the Big Game on May 15th and will include at least two more states.
Multistate lottery officials say the game will have longer odds that could create jackpots of half a BILLION dollars or more.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up next, Patrick Evans will try to make us hungry again. Today he is learning how to make some sophisticated dishes himself.
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[5-COOKING-SCHOOL]


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World Class chef's make cooking look easy, but they will teach you how to be the master of your kitchen-
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This weekend the Hotel Roanoke will be teaching folks to make fantastic desserts, and Patrick Evans has more information on the latest cooking school offering.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast,
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[VO] we'll tell you why K-mart would rather move the Globe than to risk making Martha Stewart angry.
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[5-Roy]


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People in Roy Stanley's hometown of Wytheville remembered our late friend today.
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Roy grew up there and attended George Wythe High School where he was a standout athlete.
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Friends and former coaches know Roy as Petie - his nickname for as long as anyone remembers. Roy got his start in broadcasting at the local radio station. W-Y-V-E employee Danny Gordon says his death is touching everyone.
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((DANNY GORDON/FRIEND; THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT IT BECAUSE HE WAS SUCH AN IMPORTANT PART OF THIS COMMUNITY EVEN THOUGH HE HADN'T LIVED HERE FOR 30-YEARS HE WAS OURS HE WAS JUST LIKE YOU WOULD SAY PRESIDENT BUSH BELONGS TO WHERE HE WAS BORN WELL ROY STANLEY, PETEY MILLER WAS OURS BECAUSE HE WAS BORN HERE GREW UP HERE AND HE WAS JUST LIKE THE LITTLE TOWN GUY THAT DID WELL FOR HIMSELF.)) ((KENNY SAYERS/FRIEND; ROY WAS ALWAYS A FUNNY GUY HE ALWAYS MADE EVERYBODY LAUGH AND I'VE NEVER REALLY HEARD ANYONE SAY ANY BAD THINGS ABOUT ROY SO I THINK HE'LL BE REMEMBERED FOR HIS PERSONALITY AND HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SPORTS WORLD, ESPECIALLY WORKING WITH THE KIDS.))
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Friends say Roy was already being considered this year for the Wythe County Sports Hall of Fame....a group which his dad is already a member.
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[S5-Barbers]


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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your ticker
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WDBJ-7 has been overwhelmed yesterday and today with phone calls and emails from athletes, coaches, fans and viewers who enjoyed Roy Stanley over the last 30 years.
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I spoke with two gentleman who grew up knowing Roy. Ronde and Tiki Barber knew Roy their entire lives and both reflected on what he meant to them by phone today.
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Ronde and Tiki's mom Geraldine, seen here with Roy in her Roanoke County administration office last year, played cards with Roy for years and she told News 7 sports that Roy first met the Barber twins when they were just a few days old.
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[S5-Hoops]


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Lord Botetourt basketball standout Amber Graham made her college choice official today.
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A crowd of students and faculty gathered in the Lord Botetourt library at one o'clock today to watch Amber sign the papers to play college basketball at Campbell University. Graham said she chose Campbell because she felt like the school fit her the best. She said she has never played for a female coach and looks forward to the experience.
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That's for the ticker, coming up at six, more from Ronde and Tiki on their longtime friend Roy Stanley.[5-Martha]


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K-mart is not taking any chances with one of its star designers.
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The bankrupt discount chain has pulled this week's issue of a supermarket tabloid that portrays the house-and-garden guru as a monster.
K-mart is counting on Stewart's line of products to help the company climb out of bankruptcy.
The new issue of the Globe has a front-page banner headline that screams, ``Mean Martha Stewart Exposed.'' The tabloid offers what it says are sneak peeks of a new book called ``Martha Inc.'' that presents Stewart as a ruthless businesswoman who has often exploited her employees and family.
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A K-mart spokeswoman confirms that this week's Globe is not available at K-mart stores, though she declined to say why.
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