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Today on News 7 at Five, one person is dead and six others are missing following last night's flooding in Buchanan County.
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Also federal officials arrive in Bedford to bring relief to the victims of last weekend's torando.
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How about a weekend forecast that features cloudy and cool conditions with a shower thrown in? That's the story coming up.

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Also today, authorities at one of the nation's airports evacuate 14 planes. We'll tell you why,
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and we will see how wireless technology is helping to make the work of some local doctors a little bit easier.
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Governor Mark Warner has called up the National Guard to help areas of Southwest Viginia hit hard by flooding.
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The Governor's order covers both Buchanan and Tazewell County.
Yesterday's storms killed at least one person, and rescue crews are searching for six people who are missing in the Hurley section of Buchanan County.
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Officials there said today that at least 200 houses were damaged by the latest storms, with 100 either destroyed or sustaining major damage.
Some areas in the northern part of the county remain without power, telephones, water or sewer service.
In response, the Governor has extended the state of emergency that he declared earlier this week after tornados hit several Virginia communities.
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The situation is even worse in West Virginia- where it meets the Virginia- Kentucky border.
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West Virginia's Governor also declared a state of emergency-
Two people are dead- and at least 15 others are missing.
Towns were inundated by high water- storms there dumped up to five inches in a six hour period.
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Crews continue to restore power in parts of our region today- Yesterday's storms damaged many poles and lines.
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In the Smith Mountain Lake area, American Electric Power officials say 5-thousand residents went without power last night. By this morning that number was reduced to just under 500. All homes are expected to be back on line within the hour.
Utlity workers are making temporary repairs to poles and lines to restore service as quickly as possible. Crews say it appears downed trees are the cause of many problems. Officials say at the peak of yesterday's severe weather, more than 17-thousand homes lost service.
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Five days after a tornado ripped through Bedford and Campbell counties, state and federal officials got their first up-close look at the damage today.
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Assessment teams from the Department of Emergency Services and the Federal Emergency Management Administration have been called in.
They surveyed the damaged homes and businesses and spoke with property owners about their losses.
The teams will come up with a preliminary damage estimate which will be passed on to Governor Mark Warner.
Warner has already decided to ask for federal assistance.
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((JOHN LARKIN/CAMPBELL CO. PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR: IT'S PRIMARILY WHAT'S NOT COVERED UNDER INSURANCE. THEY'RE LOOKING TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF FINANCIAL BURDEN ON INDIVIDUALS, SO IT'S REALLY IMPORTANT THEY'RE TRYING TO ASSERTAIN WHAT'S COVERED UNDER INSURANCE AND WHAT'S NOT.))
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Previous damage estimates put total losses from the storm at more than four and a half million dollars.
The American Red Cross reminds everyone it is still offering assistance to anyone affected by the storm.
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Another scare at one of the nation's airports.
Today it was a screening device that sent an alert of a possible explosive at the Cleveland airport.
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14 planes were evacuated- and two airport concourses were cleared so passengers could be re-screened.
By the time security personnel noticed that the alarm had sounded, the luggage and the person carrying it were out of sight.
Officials couldn't rule out the possibility that the bag was brought onto a departing flight before the concourses were closed.
The screening device that sent an alert about a possible explosive at the Cleveland airport today has been wrong before -- but authorities weren't going to take any chances.
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Foul Play and terrorism have been ruled out- in the crash of American Airlines flight 587 over Queens last year.
But as Chris Lawrence reports, it's still not clear what caused the crash.
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((The government is accelerating its investigation into the 2nd deadliest air disaster in U.S. history. Officials have started to cut away sections of the tail, after first finishing up their initial analysis. MARION BAKELY/NTSB:But now we re becoming more aggressive. Investigators are piecing parts of the Airbus back together, to determine why the tail f
in fell apart. (SOT) A little like peeling layers of an onion. The flight was on its way to the Dominican Republic las

t year when it crashed just after take-off from Kennedy Airport. The crash killed all 260 passengers anust after take-off from Kennedy Airport. The crash killed all 260 passengers a�Xnths now since the plane crashed into this neighborhood in Queens. Many of the burned-out homes are still boarded up today. Investigators don t know what caused the crash, but one by one, they re eliminating the possibilities: such as an explosion and engine failure. (MARION BAKELY/NTSB) We ve gone through an analysis of the engines. And there s no evidence they con ributed in any way to the accident. Officials are examining turbulence from a bigger jet that took off just ahead of the Airbus. But say the crash may come down to two factors: whether the plane was overloaded or had pre-existing damage to the tail fin. (CHRIS LAWRENCE/CBS NEWS) Some important safety recommendations may come out of this, like whether it s e ough to visually inspect these planes tail sections every five years as they do now. Chris Lawrence CBS News New York. ))


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One way you can conserve water could be as close as the commode. We'll have that story a little later.
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Plus yesterday he was arrested- Today a Catholic priest is in court-
Soon he'll be heading cross country. The latest, coming up.
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The priest accused of raping a child repeatedly will be returning to Massachusetts.
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Paul Shanley said nothing during a brief appearance in a San Diego court-
He signed the appropriate forms and was taken back into custody.
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((FRED SMALL/PUBLIC DEFENDER: THE JUDGE DID SAY EH BE HELD IN A SEPARATE JAIL PERHAPS BECAUSE OF THE NATURE OF THE CHARGES.. IT IS SUCH A CELEBRATED CASE WHEN THE COURT IS CONCERENCE ABOUT THEIR SAFETY.)) [butt to 14:04:56] ((I WOULD CHARACTERIZE HIS DEMENAOR AS NORMAL, INTELLIGENT STRAIGHTFORWARD AS YOU SAW IN COURT, NOTHING UNUSUAL.))
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Prosecutors say Shanley would take the boy from class and sexually abuse him in a confesional, a bathroom or at the rectory.
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As U-S Plans for a Mideast Peace Conference get underway, the situation in the region remains unstable. Kimberly Dozier has more from Bethlehem.
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((Bad news on a holy day - talks to end the standoff at Bethlehem's Nativity Church collapsed on this,Orthodox Good Fri
day. Palestinians say Israel reneged on a deal to provide food for those inside. (SOT - SALAH TAAMARI/PALESTINIAN NEGOT

IATOR 'We cannot go on negotiating with people who do not come through, who do not honor what we agree upon.') Washington has been pushing both sides hard for a resolution, after Wednesday's dramatic exchange of fire. LOCATOR: JENIN CAMP, WEST BANK Meanwhile, the US-based group Human rights Watch said there was no massacre at Jenin refugee camp - but that Israeli soldiers had committed war crimes. The Israeli army released this video to support it's charges, that Palestinians have been exaggerating claims of a massacre - if you look closely, you see that the dead man in this funeral procession gets dropped then gets up and walks. But the date on the tape does not match the time period of the Jenin incursion.ate on the tape does not match the time period of the Jenin i�_�� the way for Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's US trip next week. He'll be asked to explain, among other things, why it took him so long to head the American president's call, to pull out of the West Bank. (STANDUP - KIMBERLY DOZIER/BETHLEHEM) Senior western diplomats predict Sharon could be in for a rough ride when he heads for Washington. They say the last month has proven, if anything, that Sharon's military solution has not solved the Palestinian question. And that, diplomats here say, is why the Secretary of State announced a new peace conference to help create a Palestinian state - advance warning to Sharon that he may think this is the best way to deal with the Palestinian Authority, but the rest of the world does not. KD, CBS News, Bethlehem ))


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In health check tonight,
Wireless technology is the latest addition at one local doctors office.
This modern convience gives doctors and patients access to more medical information than ever before.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton explains.
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(( Throw away the charts. Doctors with Carlion Pediatric Associates don't need them anymore, they use wireless laptops instead.
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((DR. JOHN MOORE/CARILIAN PEDIATRIC MEDICINE: I PULL UP RECORDS. I SHOW GROWTH CHARTS. I'M ABLE TO INVOLVE PATIENTS IN THIS SHOW THEM WHERE THE RECORDS ARE FROM, REALLY PROVIDE THEM A VISUAL EXAMPLE OF WHAT EVERYTHING WE'RE TALKING ABOUT WITHOUT WIRELESS WE COULDN'T DO THAT)) [RUNS14]
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While all Carilion physicians have electronic patient records, wireless technology is the lastest improvement.
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From his laptop Dr. John Moore can print and fax prescriptions, make handouts for patients, and forward patient information to other doctors instantly.
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((IT SAVES PATIENTS A LOT OF PROBLEMS FROM HAVING MISREAD PRESCRIPTIONS AND IT CUT DOWN ON A LOT OF POTENTIAL ERRORS))

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Moore says while the new method is not as fast -- it beats handwriting everything --because he like many doctors are notorious for bad handwriting.


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Tomorrow would be a good day to head downtown. Especially if you are hungry. Jacey Birch is standing by to tell us why.
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There are certain characteristics of Spring that stand out every year... blooming flowers, warmer temperatures and of course... strawberries fresh for the picking!
And ripe strawberries seem to taste even better with ice cream and whipped cream.
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We find Jacey Birch enjoying the fruit and festivities at the 22nd annual Strawberry Festival in downtown Roanoke.

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Coming up today in Sports, Steve Mason will have the qualifying results from Richmond,
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[VO] and following that, we will tell you why a politician in England was perfectly willing to "ape" for the camera.
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The highest unemployment rate in nearly eight years has taken a toll on stock pricess. April unemployment grew to six percent from five-point-seven percent in March.
Alexis Christoforous tells us what that meant to investors.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your two minute ticker which starts on the fats track. Winston Cup drivers qualified for the Pontiac Excitement 400 today at Richmond and Ward Burton set a new track record with a speed of 127. 389 miles an hour. Here's a look at the starting grid.
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The Roanoke Steam is in Pennsylvania tonight getting ready for tommorow night's Arena Football game against the Wilkes Barre-Scranton Pioneers. The Steam began the year oh-and-two and struggling just to score points, but after two consecutive wins Head Coach Steve Jerry is pleased with his team's attitude and effort.
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The Steam return home next Saturday, May 11th, to face the Norfolk Nighthawks.

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The Salem Avalanche plays Myrtle Beach in a double dip tonight. Game one is at six PM followed by game two at Salem Memorial Stadium.
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The Avalanche is 13 and 12 on the season and in second place in the Southern Division behind the Braves. After 25 games the Avs very young pitching staff is second to last in the league with a 4.07 ERA, but manager Stu Cole is encouraged.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, words from both J.J. redick and Billy Hicks on dominating the triple A basketball post season awards, see ya then everybody.

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Despite last night's rain, Roanoke residents are still under partial mandatory water conservation restrictions.
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Roanoke's main water supply -- Carvin's Cove -- has dropped to 50 percent of its capacity.
Another four feet, and the city will see mandatory water restrictions.
There are some things you can do to help flush out the problem.
The newest toilets on the market use a gallon and a half of water for the flush.... the old ones use up to six.
The choice of one plumber's trade magazine is a "Toto Toilet".
Even though there's little water in the toilet, it's strong enough to flush a dozen golf balls at once.
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((SHELLIE CROWER/TOTO TOILET OWNER: IT'S NOT VERY LOUD A LOT OF THE ONE AND A HALF GALLON TOILETS ARE LOUD WHEN THEY FLUSH. THIS IS A REAL SOFT FLUSH. IT'S NICE.))
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Low flow - high power toilets can range in price from 2 to 6 hundred dollars.
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Finally today, what's wrong with a little political monkeying around on the campaign trail?
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Stuart Drummond didn't think anything was wrong with it.. and voters apparently agreed. Drummond - also known as H'angus the Monkey nabbed the towns hightest office. H'angus isn't just political though... he is also the local soccer mascot. And if you are wondering how the furry friend found won the hearts of voters... it's simple... he climbed to success offering free bananas to schoolchildren.
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