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Coming up-- we'll have the latest on the investigation into Friday's shooting at the Advance Auto Headquarters in Roanoke County that left one woman dead.
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And, he'd be on the lam since Friday--
Martinsville authorities have an escaped inmate from Franklin County BACK in custody.





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A severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect for our viewing area until 3:00pm which could bring heavy rain, gusty winds and even large hail...I'll have your forecast...
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...

[Advance-Shooting]


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Roanoke County Police are providing more details about Friday's shooting at Advance Auto, including the name of the person they believe was responsible.
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Investigators say Trevious Latan Baldwin died at the scene after shooting herself.
Police say she was a former Advance Auto employee, who was first spotted in the parking lot letting the air out of a car tire.
When a current employee went out to check on his vehicle, police say Baldwin approached him and opened fire. She then turned the gun on herself.
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The male employee was taken to the hospital, where police say he is recovering. The Roanoke County Police Department has not identified him.

[Bush-Bill]


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President Bush will sign a landmark deal with Russia's president to reduce the number of nuclear weapons between the two countries. Teri Okita is in Washington with more details about the new treaty.
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((
. PKG. TRACK: A NEW U.S.-RUSSIAN TREATY ON NUCLEAR ARMS IS ON THE TABLE THAWING ANY LAST REMAINS OF THE "COLD WAR" MENT
ALITY. PRESIDENT BUSH HAS ANNOUNCED THAT BOTH COUNTRIES WILL -DRAMATICALLY- SLASH THEIR NUCLEAR ARSENALS. SOT: (Bush) T

his treaty will liquidate the legacy of the cold war. TRACK: (graphic ) THE DEAL CALLS FOR A WEAPONS REDUCTION THAT WILL DROP TO BETWEEN 17-HUNDRED AND 22-HUNDRED WARHEADS EACH. THAT S DOWN FROM ABOUT SIX-THOUSAND TO SEVEN-THOUSAND WEAPON
S EACH. SOT: (Bush) We will begin the new era of U.S.-Russia relationships, and that s i portant. The new era will be a

period of enhanced mutual security, economic security, and improved relations. TRACK: WHEN THE TWO PRESIDENTS FIRST MET IN SLOVENIA LAST SUMMER, THEY AGREED THAT A LARGE NUCLEAR ARMS CUT WAS NECESSARY BUT WERE AT ODDS OVER U-S PLANS TO STORE SOME OF THE NUCLEAR WEAPONS, RATHER THAN DESTROY THEM. BUT BUSH SAYS THAT, UNDER THIS DEAL, THE U-S WILL STORE SOME OF THE DISMANTLED WARHEADS. TRACK: FOR HIS PART, RUSSIAN PRESIDENT, VLADIMIR PUTIN, SAYS HE IS HAPPY WITH THE AGREEMENT AND SATISFIED WITH THE WORK THAT BOTH SIDES PUT IN TO BROKER THIS DEAL. (Super: Teri Okita/Reporting) STANDUP: The agreement has been a long time coming, and it s something Mr. Bush pledged to do during his run for president. Mr. Bush and President Putin will sign the treaty during a meeting in Russia on May 24th. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.

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For the first time in six months, Yasser Arafat has travelled outside his home base of Ramallah, where he'd been confined by Israeli forces.
Kimberly Dozier reports.
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(( . The crowd is going wild, but this is not a victory tour it s a chance for Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to celebrate his survival, and his people s, after a month-long Israeli military incursion. Arafat used his first trip out.. to tour the West Bank, in a borrowed Jordanian helicopter first stop, the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. (oncam-Bethlehem) Yasser Arafat made this trip because, despite the cheering, his advisors tell him he has a lot of work to do to win back public opinion. People here are still angry he allowed these suspected militants to be deported from the Church of the Nativity. Others believe they are paying the price because Arafat failed to stop their militant activity. Even as the Palestinian leader toured Bethlehem, this man was shot dead at the Israeli checkpoint at the edge of town. The soldiers said he was planning to carry out an attack. Israeli officials say they permitted Araft to take this trip so
he would learn that he cannot fight his way to peace. (SOT Avi Pazner Israeli Spokesperson ) He will see the damage th

at his policy has caused. His policy of encouraging terrorism. So Israeal will not be pleased with what arafat had to say on his journey. as he toured the destruction in Nablus, he told his people, a million martyrs were on their way, to Jerusalem. KD, CBS News, Bethlehem

))[Escapee]


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Martinsville police have recaptured an escaped inmate from Franklin County.
Police say 22-year-old Marvin Lewis Muse of Martinsville was arrested at the home of relatives.
Muse escaped Friday through the back door of a Fast Mart convenience store in Collinsville. He and a Franklin County sheriff's deputy who was escorting him had stopped there.
Muse is being held at Henry County Jail without bond and faces a felony charge of escaping without force.


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Today in the last day the Virginia National Guard will stand guard at the Roanoke Regional Airport.
While some air travelers are concerned, airport officials say they shouldn't be afraid.
Justin McLeod has more.
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((((NAT SOUND OF SUITCASE BEING WHEELED IN))
The next time you wheel into the Roanoke Regional Airport, you'll notice a change.
As of Monday, the National Guard will be gone.
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((DOUG McALLISTER/AIR-TRAVELER: I FEEL BETTER SEEING THEM HERE. A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS.)) ((KATHERINE STECKMAN/AIR-TRAVELER: I THINK THAT IF THEY FEEL LIKE THEY ARE LEAVING US IN CAPABLE HANDS THEN I THINK ITS OK.))
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The Virginia Army National Guard has helped with airport security since October, a result of the September 11th attacks.
President Bush requested the troops be posted in commercial service airports to provide increased security for the traveling public.
That job will now be taken over by the Transportation Security Agency.
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[IN Q=Our own security officers]

((AMANDA DEHAVEN/ROANOKE AIRPORT SPOKESPERSON: OUR OWN SECURITY OFFICERS WILL BE TRANSISTIONING IN PLACE OF THE NATIONAL GUARD SO THERE WILL BE THE SAME LEVEL OF SECURITY AS THERE WAS BEFORE.))
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A level that will still include armed officers.
The only difference? They won't be in fatigues.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: ANOTHER CHANGE HERE AT THE ROANOKE REGIONAL AIRPORT HAS TO DO WITH THE SHORT TERM PARKING. BEFORE YOU HAD TO PARK YOUR CAR, GET OUT AND HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED BY A GUARD. THAT PRACTICE ENDED A WEEK AGO.))
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((NAT SOUND OF THE INSPECTION, FILE TAPE))
It was a practice that angered many.
All vehicles parked within 300 feet of a terminal had to be first inspected.
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((VICKI STEVENS/MOTORIST: I'M VERY GLAD THAT THEY DON'T DO THAT ANYMORE CAUSE ITS REALLY INCONVIENT FOR PEOPLE.))
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But some fear making security more convient will make it harder to provide safe and secure travel for passengers
Airport officials say security may not be as obvious, but that commitment will never go away. Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke.))


[Seat-Belts]


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It's a grim reminder of what can happen if you don't buckle up.
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With the help of a local funeral home, Lynchburg police this morning delivered a coffin to the main lobby at E-C Glass High School.
Student leaders filled the casket with safe driving literature and a mirror so students could see themslves "in" the coffin.
It's all designed to get kids to wear their seatbelts.
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((OFFICER DOUG CHILDRESS: WHEN YOU'RE A TEENAGER, YOUNG ADULT, YOU THINK YOU'RE INVINCIBLE, EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO SOMEBODY ELSE. AND WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS GET WORD TO THEM THAT THIS CAN HAPPEN. IT HAPPENS TO PEOPLE YOUR AGE. TRAFFIC CRASHES ARE THE LEADING KILLER OF YOUNG ADULTS.))
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Police say they'll be actively enforcing their "Click It or Ticket" campaign for the next several weeks with traffic checkpoints around the city's two high schools.
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Coming up next, the trial for a 72 year old former member
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of the K-K-K is set to begin in Alabama. He is accused of killing four young girls in a 1963 church bombing.
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In Birmingham, Alabama, opening statements could begin as early as this afternoon in the trial of Frank Cherry-- the last suspect in a notorious civil rights era church bombing that killed four black girls.
Mark Strassmann has details.
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((. SCRIPT (Cherry walking) From infamy's shadows, Bobby Cherry re-emerges. This former Klansman, now seventy-two, was an original suspect in Birmingha 's deadly churchbombing back in 1963. For those murders, Cherry is now about to stand
trial -- nearly forty years later. ((SOT)) (Diane McWhorter - Author) "I DON'T THINK THESE GUYS EVER THOUGHT THEY'D GET

CAUGHT. ESPECIALLY BOBBY CH RRY WAS VERY ARROGANT ABOUT BEATING THE SYSTEM. AND I THINK THIS PROBABLY CAME AS A SHOCK
TO HIM THAT THEY FINALLY GOT HIM." (SOT) "THE BOMB WAS PLACED RIGHT THERE, UNDER THOSE STEPS." Josephine Marshall remem
bers that bloody Sunday. She was standing outside th church. (SOT) "IT WENT OFF LIKE THIS -- A BOOOOOM." (1963 file) At

the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, the bombing killed four little girls dressed in their Sunday best. Birmingham, a
city then bitterly divided by race, became known as "Bomb-ingh m." (SOT) (TC 15:23:04) (Josephine Marshall -Bombing Wit

ness) "THEY WAS BRINGING OUT THE BODIES. AND I SAW NOTHING BUT BLOODY SHEETS. THEY WERE BRINGING OUT FOUR BLOODY SHEETS." For years, a group of rogue Klansmen was blamed, but never charged. One of them, "Dynamite Bob" Chambliss, was convicted in 1976. Another, Thomas Blanton, was sentenced to life in prison last year for his art. Now Cherry... Old, and his lawyers say, FEEBLE-MINDED -- although a judge ultimately rule Cherry was faking. Cherry has always claimed to be inn
ocent. (SOT) (1997/Bobby Cherry - Defendant) "LORD HAVE MERCY. I FEEL SORRY FOR 'EM AND I HJAD NOTHIN TO DO WITH IT. TH

OS KIDS OH, MAN. I DON'T KNOW. I JUST WISH IT HADN'T HAPPENED. BUT I HOPE THEY CATCH WHOEVER DID DO IT." To Josephine M
arshall, real justice, for the bombers, was always just a matter of time. (SOT) "THEY ARE NOT EVEN GOING TO PURGATORY.

THEY ARE GOING STRAIGHT TO THE DEVIL. With this trial, Bobby Cherry -- and Birmingham -- are about to confront the same moment of madness. For the Early Show, Mark Strassmann CBS News, Atlanta.

))[Science-Fair]


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A local student is at an international science fair with a project that could revolutionize computer games.
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(Ira) Arya (Irun-menish) Iranmanesh created this computer program which animates collisions.
It can be used to enhance the reality of computer graphics.
(Irun-menish) Iranmanesh is a junior at the Governor's school and credits the facility's flexibility for helping him design the award-winning project.
It's attracted international attention because the program can also be applied to real-world engineering studies.

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((ARYA IRANMANESH/FAIR PARTICIPANT: IF YOU'RE WORKING ON A BRIDGE AND TWO SCREWS OR TWO BOARDS HIT EACH OTHER YOU NEED TO KNOW THAT SO YOU USE A LOT OF MATH.))
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The International Science and Engineering Fair is sponsored by Intel.
More than 12-hundred students will compete.
(Irun-menish) Iranmanesh could win up to 10-thousand dollars -- and an all-expense paid trip to Sweden to watch the Nobel Prize ceremony.
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[Montpelier]


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Archeologists hope to unearth new information about James Madison's boyhood home. They want to get a better idea of what Mount Pleasant looked like before it burned down when Madison was nine years old.
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The foundation of the house is about a half-mile from Montpelier, and was discovered last summer. Archaeologists had been looking for the house during seven previous years of excavations. This summer, the archaeologists and students from James Madison University plan to investigate the site further.
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Comin ip next on the newscast, Leo will tell us more about today's threatening weather,
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Also the family of singer Dionne Warwick says her arrest this weekend on drug charges was a setup.
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[Warwick]


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The sister of Grammy-winning singer Dionne Warwick says she believes someone planted the drugs that were found on the singing legend.
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Warwick was arrested at Miami International Airport yesterday, while attempting to board a plane to Los Angeles.
During a security check of her carry-on bag, screeners discovered several marijuana cigarettes.
Authorities released her after she signed an affidavit, stating she will show up for a court appearance.
Meanwhile, Warwick's sister, Deedee, told a Florida newspaper that Dionne does NOT use drugs.
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Several hundred area mothers got to celebrate yesterday's holiday at the zoo.
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The Mill Mountain Zoo held its annual Mom's Day at the Zoo.
Every mother accompanied by a child got into the zoo for free today.
For many, it was a pleasant surprise when they showed up at the ticket window.
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((JUDY HOLE: I THINK IT'S GREAT. WE DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LIKE THAT UNTIL WE GOT HERE AND ORDERED THE TICKETS. THEY SAID MOMS ARE FREE, GREAT, IT'S WONDERFUL.)) ((DEENA DAVIS: WE HAVE A NEW ADDITION TO OUR FAMILY, THREE WEEKS OLD ON TUESDAY AND A LOVELY BIG SISTER WHO IS DOING A WONDERFUL JOB AND IT'S A VERY SPECIAL DAY, A LOT TO CELEBRATE TODAY.))
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More than five hundred moms took advantage of the free admission.
Each mom received a free stuffed animal before leaving.
The Mill Mountain Zoo has conducted this program for more than a decade.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 138 points. The NASDAQ has gained 43.
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Still to come, we'll tell you why there is STILL something about Mary,
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And in Sports, we will see if Kobe Bryant was able to SPUR the Lakers on to victory yesterday.
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[S-Lakers]


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The L-A Lakers are one game away from winning their series with San Antonio. The Lakers beat the Spurs 87-85 last night in game four of the Western Conference semifinals.
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The game was physical, as Tim Duncan and Shaquille O'Neil collided.
Derrike Fisher and David Robinson banged knees.
And Rick Fox goes down with a stinger in his shoulder.
Despite a bruised hip, Tim Duncan led all scorers with 30, but he only had 3 in the fourth.
[SUPER=32-Los Angeles/87/San Antonio/85;] Kobe Byrant would out- score the Spurs 12-10 in the fourth, 12 of his 28

came in the final quarter including the game- winner with about 6 seconds.
L.A. is one win away from the Western Conference finals.
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE][S-Nets]


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[VO-NAT Wipe to #eng!!!!]
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Meanwhile New Jersey topped Charlotte in game four of their Eastern Conference semifinals.
George Lynch led the way for the Hornets.
Lynch, who averaged maybe 6 or seven points in the first three games, was the Hornets' second- leading scorer with 19 points.
George hit several clutch jumpers on his way to a 8 for 16 shooting day.
Charlotte got the ball bouncing, or rolling the right way in the first half.
Baron Davis gets the roll.
The Charlotte halftime lead was 44-39.
[SUPER=32-New Jersey/89/Charlotte/79;]But the Nets got help from their youngsters.


Stanford's Jason Collins with the follow- up jam off the missed shot.
New Jersey leads the series 3 games to 1.
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[S-NHL]

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On to the ice-- in the N-H-L playoffs yesterday- the Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Montreal Canadians. The Hurricanes now have a 3-to-2 advantage in the best of seven, semi-final series.
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[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/ESPN; :00]

Carolina scored a goal in the opening four minutes of each period and went on to beat Montreal 5-to-1. Game six will be in Montreal tonight.
Martin Gelinas, Rod Brind'Amour and Ron [SUPER=31-Carolina/5/Montreal/1;]Francis scored those early-period goals for

the Hurricanes. Arturs (UR'-bay) Irbe was stellar in goal, stopping 30 shots and not allowing a goal until the game's final six minutes.
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[Mary]


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And finally today--
Mary Tyler Moore "made it after all"...and she's back on C-B-S tonight to reunite with some old friends.
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[SUPER=04-"The Mary Tyler Moore Show";]


Moore joins fellow cast-mates Ed Asner, Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman, among others to reminisce about the ground-breaking '70s sit-com.
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The show WAS funny--
But at the same time, it often made a strong, yet subtle statement about women's rights.
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[SUPER=01-Mary Tyler Moore/Actress;]
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[OUT Q=in the '70s.]
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The "Mary Tyler Moore Reunion" airs tonight at 10, right here on C-B-S.
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