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Today on News 7, a storm knocks down a tree, killing a local woman.
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Also authorities release the name of the woman who shot a former co-worker Friday at the offices of Advance Auto.
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Now more soaking rains are following the first line of severe storms. What that means to the forecast coming up.

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Also we will let you know where those so called energy drinks get their energy from,
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and we'll meet a woman who has uncovered quite the Hornets' nest in her backyard.
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All that and Mike Stevens will let us know about one way local golfers can improve their game.
News 7 at Five is up next.

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A local woman is dead after a tree fell on her near Roanoke's Victory Stadium.
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The death is blamed on a line of thunderstorms that passed through the New River and Roanoke Valleys this afternoon.

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An Aztec Rental crew was setting up tents, getting ready for a large party tomorrow, when the storm hit.
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((WELL, SOMETIMES WHEN IT CATCHES AIR, THE WHOLE TENT WILL BLOW UP IN THE AIR, IF IT GETS A GOOD GUST. WHEN THE WIND CAME... CRACK OF THUNDER AND THAT'S WHEN THE TREE FELL ON ALL OF US.))
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While their attention was focused on keeping the tents from blowing away, an 80-foot sycamore tree blew over and struck 21-year old Angelique Baker of Troutville. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Two other members of the Aztec crew were injured, though not seriously. What was to have been Carilion's employee appreciation day was called off out of respect for Baker and the Aztec workers. Perishable food will be donated to the Rescue Mission.
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The woman who shot a former supervisor at Advance Auto last Friday had apparently been fired earlier in the week.
But today, relatives of Trevious (TREE-vee-us) Baldwin said they had no idea anything was wrong, no inkling that she would consider violence.
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Police say Baldwin died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
She was first spotted Friday in the Advance parking lot, letting the air out of a car tire.
When the owner went to check on the car, police say Baldwin approached him and opened fire, then turned the gun on herself.
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Today, members of Baldwin's family were putting her affairs in order at the Bedford County home she recently purchased.
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((JACKIE BALDWIN: THE FAMILY, ALL OF US, ARE SAYING THAT WE DIDN'T GET A SIGN. IT WAS SOMETHING THAT WHEN WE GOT THE PHONE CALL THAT SHE WAS DEAD, WE JUST COULDN'T UNDERSTAND WHY. AND WE DIDN'T KNOW SHE WAS TERMINATED. SHE DIDN'T TELL US. SHE DIDN'T CALL US, OR WE COULD HAVE REASONED WITH HER.))
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Trevious Baldwin was born and raised in Detroit, and had worked in eastern Virginia before coming to the Roanoke Valley.
Advance Auto says she was employed in the company's Information Technology Department from June 26, 2000, until May 7th.
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The company and Roanoke County police are not identifying the other employee who was shot, but say he is recovering at an area hospital, and is expected to be released later in the week.

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The state police investigators are looking into whether three Danville police officers were justified in shooting a man to death during a standoff this weekend.
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67- year- old Rennie Hunt was shot and killed inside his home at 537 1/2 North Main Street just after one a-m Saturday.
Police had been called to Hunt's home about three hours earlier after he allegedly took his girlfriend hostage.
Police chief Neal Morris says a decision was made for the Emergency Response Team to enter the apartment.. and that's when Hunt was shot and killed by police.
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: I DON'T WANT TO PRE-JUDGE THE INVESTIGATION. WE WAIT UNTIL ALL THE FACTS ARE IN BEFORE WE DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THERE IS JUSTIFICATION OR WRONG DOING.. WE DON'T MAKE EMOTIONAL DECISIONS AS SOME PEOPLE DO.))
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Three officers fired their weapons at Hunt.. it's not known how many times he was shot.
All three are on paid administrative leave while state police conduct their investigation.
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Still to come on the newscast, President Bush signs a nuclear arms bill with Russia that will reduce the number of atomic weapons by two thirds.
Also in Medical news, we will see what is hiding in those so called energy drinks.
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Next week, the United States and Russia will sign a landmark deal to reduce nuclear weapons signaling. President Bush hopes the deal marks an end to any remaining Cold War mentality. Teri Okita has the details.
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((THE U.S.-RUSSIA ARMS RACE IS STARTING TO SPUTTER OUT AFTER A NEW AGREEMENT TO DRASTICALLY CUT THEIR NUCLEAR ARSENALS. PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS THE DEAL WILL USHER IN A NEW ERA BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES.

SOT: (Bush) The new era will be a period of enhanced mutual security, economic security, and improved relations.


TRACK: IN THE DEAL, EACH SIDE WILL SLASH ITS NUCLEAR WEAPONS ABOUT TWO THIRDS.. TO BETWEEN 17-HUNDRED AND 22-HUNDRED WARHEADS.

SOT: (Bush) It will make the world more peaceful and put behind us, the cold war, once and for all.


TRACK: THE PACT GIVES RUSSIA THE FORMAL, BINDING TREATY IT WANTED, AND PRESIDEN VLADIMIR PUTIN SAYS HE S SATISFIED WITH THE WORK THAT BOTH SIDES PUT IN. IN RETURN, THE U-S GETS TO STORE SOME OF ITS WARHEADS RATHER THAN DISMANTLE THEM. THE REST OF ITS WEAPONS WILL BE DESTROYED.

SOT: (If Powell comes in time (eta: after 4pm), - soundbite here; otherwise, go to next track.)


TRACK: CRITICS IN RUSSIA SAY THE DEAL FALLS SHORT OF ENSURING THAT THE REDUCTIONS WILL BE REAL AND VERIFIABLE BUT PUTIN S ADVISORS SAY THE AGREEMENT IS VITAL FOR THE FUTURE OF ARMS CONTROL. THE TWO PRESIDENTS WILL SIGN THE TREATY WHEN MR. BUSH HEADS TO MOSCOW ON MAY 24TH.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting): The next step for President Bush is to scrap the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in o

rder to develop a U.S. missile defense system. It s something Russia opposes, but the White House plans to go ahead with it anyway. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington. ))

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Jimmy Carter is in Cuba making him first former or sitting U-S president to visit the island since 1928.
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The former president arrived in Havana yesterday He has no biotechnology experts in his delegation despite the fact that, just last week, U-S officials accused Cuba of trying to develop biological weapons. Fidel Castro denies the charge. Earlier today, Carter met with two leading Cuban dissidents to talk about human rights. The two men are coordinating a proposed referendum that would ask Cubans if they want reforms like guarantees of individual freedoms and the right to own their business. The White House is suggesting that Castro give his own people the same freedoms Carter is enjoying during his visit.
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A Florida woman is having some uninvited visitors removed from her backyard.
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No one's been able to tell Jean Roemer what kind of insects live inside the 6-foot tall nest but it's assumed the hive was built by hornets. The hive is just 20-feet from Roemer's house. She says she told city commissioners who visited the nest last week that she was concerned about her dog being attacked and found out her dog wasn't the only one she should be worried about.
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((JEAN ROEMER/RESIDENT: AND ONE MAN SAID YOU DON'T REALIZE THEY CAN KILL YOU. I SAID I JUST WENT DOWN THERE AND CLIPPED. HE SAID YOU STAY OUT OF HERE.))
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Hive removal experts spent the day trying to take the nest down.
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Their bottles say energy drinks are "potent potables" that use herbs to do everything from sharpening your memory to improving endurance.
But should consumers find those claims hard to swallow?
Dr. Sean Kenniff reports.
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((- (NAT) THOUGH USUALLY MARKETED AS A SOURCE OF INSTANT ENERGY FOR HARDWORKING STUDENTS...WHO NEED TO KEEP THEIR ENERGY UP...EVEN WHEN THEY'RE PARTYING DOWN...MANY HEALTH CONSCIOUS PEOPLE ARE NOW SLUGGING BACK SOME HERBS...WHEN THEYOWN..
.MANY HEALTH CONSCIOUS PEOPLE ARE NOW SLUGGING BACK SOME HERBS...WHEN THE�Pral way of doing things...yeah." SOT ZAIDA H

OUSLEY "...get me on a monday...when I'm exhausted and give me an energy drink...and I'll probably drink it." WHILE HERBS WITH BIG NAMES LIKE GINSENG, GINGKO BILOBA, MA- HUANG, AND YOHIMBINEWHILE HERBS WITH BIG NAMES LIKE GINSENG, GINGKO
BILOBA, MA- HUANG, AND YOHIMBINDTS...ARE ALSO HIDING...THE INDUSTRY'S BIGGEST SECRET. SOT MICHAEL TUCKER/WILD OATS HEAL

TH FOOD "...a lot of them have a lot of sugar...and then they throw in some herbs...and people think herbs are healthy.
.." IN FACT...MOST OF THESE SUPPOSED HEALTH DRINKS ARE LOADED WITH THE SWEET STUFF. SOT: LISA DORFMAN/DIETICIAN "...the

amount of sugar that's actually in a can of soda which is about twelve ounces...is 40 grams or the equivalent of ten teaspoons of sugar....many of the energy drinks on the market have much more than that." SOME HAVE AS MUCH AS THIRTY TEASPOONS...AND THIS FALSE ENERGY INFUSION....CAN QUICKLY BECOME...A SUGARY DELUSION WHEN YOU COME CRASHING DOWN. SO TO PU
T MORE PEP IN THAT POP...MAKERS OF THESE DRINKS ALSO THROW IN A LITTLE STIMULANT...LIKE CAFFEINE.... SOT (COVERED) "...

and they also add to that guarana...which is an herb that acts like caffeine...but has twice as much caffeine." STANDUP: BUT WHAT'S ALL THE FUSS ABOUT?...EVEN ALL THAT DOESN'T MAKE IT MUCH WORSE THAN A JOLT OF JOE IN THE MORNING...AND ALM
OST EVERYONE DRINKS COFFEE. SOT (COVERED) "...the problem is there is no quality control ... " MOST EXPERTS AGREE...WHE

THER YOU'RE RUN DOWN...OR ON THE RUN...WHEN IT COMES TO GETTING A LIQUID LIFT...IT'S BEST TO THINK...BEFORE YOU DRINK. IN MIAMI, DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS. ))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans will tell us how some local students are getting out with greater frequency.
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HAM radio operators aren't just enjoying a hobby, they provide necessary emergency communication services when traditional lines of communication fail.
Patrick Evans has the story of some high school students who are getting an introduction to the science of HAM radio.
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Coming up today in Sports, Tiger Woods hopes his new golf clubs will be a big hit with fans,
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[VO] and then a little later, we'll tell you why the owners of one restaurant believe they have God on their side.
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On Wall Street today, the stock markets began their week on the climb.
Alexis Christoforous tells us why.
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Good afternoon folks - we are loaded with golf news for you today including a little reminder about a rare event taking place this weekend. The Scott Robertson Memorial golf tournament begins a three day run at Roanoke Country Club on Friday. Saturday night the players and area fans
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will be treated to a rare local appearance by David Leadbetter, the man most consider to be one of the best, if not the best, teaching professional in the world. Leadbetter's son is playing the event and he will take time at six o'clock on Saturday to give a talk and clinic at the Roanoke Country Club.
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Last year the players were treated to sports psychologist Dr, Bob Rotella and stars like Donna Andrews have headlined this tournament in the past, as well.
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On the PGA front, Tiger Woods is making a move that will be looked at with praise from his sponsors and skepticism from his competitors.
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Two years ago Woods switched to NIKE golf balls and now Tiger says he is very close to making another switch to the swoosh, this time, to Nike irons. Woods has been working with several sets of irons over the last year, but this past weekend at Shady Oaks Country Club in Texas, Woods worked with a Nike club designer and hopes to be swinging the new clubs soon.
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Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - the Salem Avalanche is returning home tonight to open up a 7 game home stand. We'll check in with them. Plus, lots of stuff worth staying up for tonight on News 7 at 11. We'll meet this year's B'nai B'rith winners, plus the recipient of the King Family Scholarship and Wytheville town Council honors my man Roy Stanley. Take care folks and have a safe evening. [go to break]

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Finally today we have the story of restaurant in Atlanta where a restful dinner can become a spiritual event.
Jennifer Jones has more.
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((Like any church, this one in Atlanta was built as a place to worship a higher power. (nats religious music/shots that show place of worship) TRACK But in more than twenty years ago...the doors of this church closed to its congregation a
nd opened as the Abbey a restaurant where waiters dress as monks serving worshipers of fine cuisine. -- SOT; Bill Swear
ingen/ The Abbey, Owner It s a very unique experience and we ve been told that many, many times. -- SOT; Julie Unwin/Pa

tron in: The food is excellent and the atmosphere makes everything more delightful. -- TRACK But there s much more to these one-time sacred grounds like this wine cellar that doubles as a place of privacy, where we re told anything can ha
ppen. -- SOT/Swearingen/Owner. in: they ve asked our waiters to leave the room and we re not sure what went on. -- STD

UP JENNIFER JONES Back when the Church was still a church this area was used to teach Sunday school. The owner has worked hard to keep a religious feel about it, with one exception a bar, which offers spirits of a different sort. -- TRACK
But no guilt, despite the sometimes harsh criticism. SOT/Owner in:How can you do that, don t you feel sacrilegious doi

ng that and of course this building was deconsecrated so between the deconsecrating and the fact that this is what the monasteries did back in medieval timesyou can sleep easily at night? I sleep very easily. -- TRACK As do many churchgoe
rs who flock here. -- SOT : Terry Blevins/Patron in: It really doesn t bother me, it s just the architecture it s not r

eally the spirit, the spirit is in me. -- TRACK After all, the Abbey IS touted most for its divine taste of heaven. ))


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