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On News 7 at 5, the man charged with shooting and killing a sheriff's deputy tells the judge what he doesn't have, and what he wants.
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And what happened to a 16 year old girl? She disappeared .. and so did everything on her computer.
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Hot, humid conditions will prevail as we head toward the rest of the week, which may mean more in the way of thunderstorms, I'll have the latest.

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You can't find a "Hot Topic" store in our region, not yet, but it's a chain as hot as its name.
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And on Healthcheck, how more doctors are using hypnotism to treat, and sometimes cure, what ails you.
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((HE DIDN'T DO IT. HE DOESN'T KNOW WHO DID. HE WASN'T THERE. HE NEVER CONFESSED.))
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Defense Attorneys say a Kennedy relative did not kill his neighbor .. prosecutors say he did it out of hate and rage. A jury will now decide.
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Good Evening.
Jurors heard closing arguments today in the trial of Michael Skakel. Now they must decide whether Skakel killed his neighbor 27 years ago.
Jamie Colby has more from the courtroom.
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((Prosecutors appeared confident as they arrived to for closing arguments in Kennedy cousin...Michael Skakel's murdersses.. the evidence is mostly circumstantial. Prosecutor told the jury that the 1975 murder of 15-ye crime of hate and rage. That Skakel beat her to death with a golf club belonging to his mother. And they pointed to the parade of witnesses... including a classmate and a family chauffer . All testified that Skakel had make comments about committing a murder. But some of those witnesses have criminal backgrounds...something the jury can consider as they weigh the evidence.

Defense lawyer Michael Sherman told ally innocent. Michael Sherman. He he didn't do it, he doesn't know who did it and he never cogues that the pieces don't fit and that Skakel was at a

cousin's home when Moxley was killed. Sel Skakel...I always have..want him to walk out of here with his head held high. And the defense denies prosecutors connection to the wealthy and powerful Kennedy clan had somehow protected him. ))


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The man accused of gunning down a Pittsylvania County deputy last month will finally be getting an attorney to represent him.
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23-year-old Roy Inge Junior is charged with shooting to death Deputy Frankie Betterton during a traffic stop May 17th.
During his first court appearance two weeks ago, Inge told a judge his family was trying to hire a lawyer for him.

Today he said he had no money for an attorney and needed the court to appoint one for him.
He remains held without bond pending a preliminary hearing next month.
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A Pittsylvania County family is mourning the loss of their four year old son .. after he was run over by his father's pickup truck.
It happened last night in Chatham. State police say Brian Papola ran out in front of the truck as his father drove it across the family's front lawn.
Police have not filed any charges against the father.

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A Smyth County high school student is missing and police fear she may be with someone she met over the Internet.
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[*NO SUPER*] Authorities are looking for Chesney Marie Williams of Chilhowie who was last seen early Saturday morning. The 16- year old has cerebral palsy and suffers from occasional seizures. Williams is also crippled on her right side.
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Police looking into Williams disappearance say her computer was disassembled and the contents had been erased. Williams does NOT have a driver's license-- but the family's green cavalier is missing. The license tag is Y-S-H 5-0-5-8. Anyone with information is asked to call Virginia State police or the Chilhowie Police Department.

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A NASA-sponsored project designed to enhance math and science instruction for children has come to Martinsville.
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NASA's Mobile Aerospace Education Laboratory is currently at Martinsville Middle School.
It is a prototype of the permanent laboratory that will be installed in the school this summer.
Complete with ten high-tech work stations.... the lab will include a wind tunnel, brand new computers and flight simulators.
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((DR. IRA TROLLINGER/MARTINSVILLE SUPERINTENDENT - SO WE ARE THINKING THIS WILL GIVE OUR YOUNGSTERS JUST A GRAND OPPORTUNITY TO APPLY THE MATH AND SCIENCE SOL'S TO EVERY DAY PROBLEM SOLVING))
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Martinsville City Schools have received 450 thousand dollars from NASA.... which will pay for the state-of-the-art technology.
The mobile laboratory will be in town through Thursday.
And the permanent lab will be finished next fall.
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Winona Ryder is back in court. The latest on her shoplifting case is still ahead.
And how more doctors are waking up to hypnosis.
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What did the CIA and FBI know about possible terrorist attacks and when did they know it?
Hearings begin today on Capitol Hill to find out-
Aleen Sirgany reports- new information is coming out about a meeting of suspected terrorists long before 9-11..
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(( THE LATEST CONTROVERSY IS BREWING OVER A MEETING OF SUSPECTED TERRORISTS IN MALAYSIA ...IN EARLY 200. (when) THE CIA FOUND OUT ABOUT IT THROUGH A WIRETAP. BUT AT THE TIME, THE SIGNIFIGANCE OF (that) MEETING OF AL QAEDA MEMBERS WAS UNCLEAR. THEN...IN OCTOBER OF 2000.... CAME THE BOMBING OF THE U-S-S COLE. IT TURNS OUT, ONE OF THE MASTERMINDS OF THAT BOMBING WAS ALSO AT THE MALAYSIA MEETING. AND SO WERE TWO OF THE SEPTEMBER 11TH HIJACKERS: KHALID ALMIHDHAR AND NAWAF ALHAZMI. BOTH WERE ABOARD FLIGHT 77 THAT PLOWED INTO THE PENTAGON. THERE'S STILL SOME QUESTION AS TO WHICH AGENCIES MADE THE LINK BETWEEN THE THREE MEN AND WHICH WERE UNAWARE. BUT WHAT WE KNOW IS THAT THE TWO HIJACKERS WERE NOT PUT ON A WATCH LIST UNTIL THREE WEEKS BEFORE THE SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS. AND BY THAT TIME, THEY WERE ALREADY IN THE U-S. PRESIDENT BUSH HAS NOT COMMENTED ON THE LATEST DETAILS BUT IS ASKING FOR PATIENCE. BUSH "So when you read about the FBI, I want you to know that the FBI is changing its culture." CONGRESS CONTINUES TO LOOK INTO THE INTELLIGENCE FAILURES SURROUNDING SEPTEMBER 11TH, STARTING WITH CLOSED-DOOR MEETINGS TUESDAY HERE ON CAPITOL HILL. THE AIM: TO FIND OUT WHO KNEW WHAT AND WHEN...AND HOW TO PREVENT MORE ATTACKS FROM HAPPENING. AS, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))


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Winona Ryder is back in court today-
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The Oscar nominated Actress arrived late for today's hearing which will determine whether she'll stand trial on shoplifting charges.
She is accused of stealing nearly 5-thousand dollars worth of clothing from Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills last December.
Police also allege Ryder was carrying a painkiller without a prescription.
Ryder has pleaded innocent-
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On Healthcheck tonight, hypnotism has been used to treat psychiatric disorders for some time .. but doctors beginning to realize that hypnotism can be a good tool to treat a wide range of illnesses.
Doctor Sean Kenniff has the details.
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(("let's get started by focusing inwardly...."
SINCE ANTON MESMER INVENTED THE TECHNIQUE CENTURIES AGO...HYPNOSIS HAS BEEN USED TO PROBE THE MIND FOR IT'S PROBLEMS AND POSSIBILITIES.

SOT: DR. CHERYL GOTTHELF/HYPNOTIST, MEMORIAL REGIONAL HOSPITAL

"...it really became popular with Freud...he was the first to use it in a medical sense...and he used it in hysterical cases."
AND EVEN TODAY DOCTORS ROUTINELY RECOMMEND HYPNOSIS FOR CONDITIONS WITH A LARGE PSYCHIATRIC COMPONENT...LIKE HYSTERIA...BUT AS MORE DOCTORS MAKE...THE MIND-BODY CONNECTION...THEY'RE INCREASINGLY CALLING ON THE SUBCONSCIOUS...TO COMFORT AND TREAT MEDICAL ILLNESSES.

SOT: DR. GOTTHELF

"...it's a wonderful adjunct..to help people reduce the amount of pain they feel...to reduce the amount of medication..to help them rest better."
STANDUP: MANY MEDICAL CONDITIONS CAN NOW BE EFFECTIVELY TREATED BY HYPNOSIS...IT CAN HELP LOWER STRESS AND BLOOD PRESSURE...DECREASE CANCER PAIN...TREAT INSOMNIA...IT BREAKS THE SMOKING HABIT AND IT CAN EVEN TREAT OBESITY.

NAT: "it helps me stay away from food---- "


BUT MARTHA'S HOPE FOR HYPNOSIS GOES A LOT DEEPER THAN SHEDDING THOSE EXTRA POUNDS--SHE TOOK A CHANCE...THAT A MEDICAL TRANCE...WILL HELP HER MANAGE POTENTIALLY DEADLY DIABETES...AND AFTER A FEW SESSIONS SHE'S BECOME A BELIEVER.

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"it gives me that help that i need-- that i can't get anyplace else."
HAVING POWER OVER ILLNESS CAN BE EXPENSIVE...AVERAGING 80-100 DOLLARS AN HOUR...BUT THERE ARE FEW TREATMENT FAILURES...BASICALLY...IF YOU'RE RECEPTIVE TO THE IDEA ...YOU CAN PROBABLY BE HYPNOTIZED. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS. ))


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A local high school dynasty like no other goes for another state title.
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And just ahead ... a company that's the "Hot Topic" among retailers ... and making money when many other chains are not.
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You may not have heard of "Hot Topic"... but it's a good bet that any teenagers you know are quite aware.
Hot Topic is a clothing, jewelry, and music store. There are hundreds of them in shopping malls in many parts of the country .. and at a time when many retailers are struggling .. Hot Topic is making a profit.
Lisa Black tries to learn what's so hot about Hot Topic.
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((FROM THE OUTSIDE.. IT'S EASY TO SEE HOT TOPIC ISN'T EXACTLY GAP FOR TEENS.
FROM THE INSIDE... IT'S EVEN EASIER.
(NATS- "Glitter, glitter, glitter, glitter, glitter, it's what everyone wants.")

THIS IS NOT YOUR FATHER'S CLOTHING STORE.
(NATS-"Hair dye, what a great invention.")

THAT IS UNLESS DAD LOOKS LIKE JOE FALKOWSKI.. OUR HOT TOPIC TOUR GUIDE AND ASSISTANT STORE MANAGER.

(SOT-FALKOWSKI "We sell everything from like shoelaces to suits to

necklaces, bracelets, CD's, records, shoes , hats, hair dye, body jewelry, band t-shirts. It's like what your parents don't want you to wear, it's like hey, we got it!")

AND HOT TOPIC CUSTOMERS WANT IT.
THEY KNOW THIS IS THE PLACE TO GO FOR THAT "ALTERNATIVE PROM DRESS"..
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OR FOR THE LATEST IN CARTOON WEAR..

(SOT-FALKOWSKI "We have everything Spongebob.")



OR FOR BODY JEWELRY.. (NATS-"This is my favorite part of the store. I'm like....")

OR FOR T-SHIRTS OF FAVORITE BANDS..

(SOT-FALKOWSKI "And this is our rock wall...")



HOT TOPIC HAS NABBED LICENSES WITH MUSIC GROUPS AND TV SHOWS THAT ARE POPULAR WITH THE 12 TO 25 CROWD.

(SOT-FALKOWSKI "We listen to our customer. It's like, what do you guys

want.. okay cool.. we'll get that.")

HOT TOPIC CUSTOMERS APPRECIATE THAT SOMEONE OUT THERE IS LISTENING.
JUST LIKE THE MUSIC... BUSINESS IS BOOMING.

(SOT-MOS "The stuff here is like cool. It shows like your own like

character and like your own like individuality.")

(SOT-MOS "I like the fact that it's unique. It's not the normal preppy

anything.")

(SOT-MOS "It's not just the sub-culture. It's kind of like a little

haven for all sorts of alternative cultures shoved into one place.")

IT'S ALL HERE... FROM INVADER ZIM ...TO STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE.
HOT TOPIC KEEPS AHEAD OF THE CURVE BY KEEPING CONNECTED TO THE CUSTOMER..
(NATS-"It's like a one stop fun shop.")

JUST ASK JOE FALKOWSKI.. WHO'S HIS OWN BEST CUSTOMER.

(SOT-FALKOWSKI "I love the zebra suit. If I had more money I'd buy

it.")

ZEBRA SUIT: ABOUT A HUNDRED BUCKS..
STANDING OUT IN A CROWD: PRICELESS.
AND "THAT'S" WHY HOT TOPIC IS HOT. ))
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Hot Topic's has more than 350 stores right now. In Virginia, they're found in suburban Washington, and the Richmond and Virginia Beach areas. The nearest ones for most parts of our viewing area are in Winston-Salem and Cary, North Carolina.

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Stocks start the month in a familiar direction. Our Marketwatch report is still ahead.
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The Stock markets started off the day, and the month, heading lower and staying there.
Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Monday ticker. The Toronto Blue Jays have fired manager Buck Martinez and replaced him with coach Carlos Tosca. The Jays have been sorry at home winning 8 of their 28 home contests. Speaking of winning, Andre Agassi had to come from two sets down today to beat unknown wildcard entry Paul-Henri Mathieu. The numbers 4-6, 3-6 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. Agassi is now in the quarterfinals of the French Open. The finals are all set for the NBA. The Lakers took out the Kings last night and are now heavy favorites to literally cut down the Nets. But New Jersey isn't about to concede anything.
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Michael Jordan continues to ponder his future on the basketball court. Today the Wizards star decided against surgery on his left knee.
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Jordan had surgery on his right knee in February, which forced him to cut short his comeback season. He had considered surgery on the left knee as a precaution. Sources close to Jordan say that he hasn't started off-season workouts yet, but that doesn't mean that he's reached a decision about his playing future.

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The Group 2A state boys soccer tournament begins tomorrow night as eight teams begin their quest for a state title berth in quarterfinal play.
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Blacksburg once again finds itself in a familiar spot. Since 1989, the Bruins have competed in the state championship game nine times. This year's team is 20 and OH heading into tomorrow night's first round game against Region IV runner up Graham. There are several keys to the Bruins success.
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Blacksburg and Graham play at Bill Brown Stadium tomorrow night at seven o'clock. Of course soccer is just one of many spring sports begin played tomorrow night in the quarterfinals at home sites. The semifinals and championship games move to the City of Radford this Friday and Saturday. Take care everybody and have a safe night.

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A major celebration is going strong at this hour in England .. where it's now almost 10-30 at night.
They're honoring Queen Elizabeth's 50 years on the throne.
Drew Levinson is in London with the story.
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It has been a ROYAL "meet and greet" for Queen Elizabeth as she tours England. It seems all of Britain is turning out to celebrate the Golden Jubilee-50 years of the monarch's reign.

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"50 YEARS OF BRILLIANT WORK FROM THE QUEEN AND WE ARE ALL HERE CELEBRATING.

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The country is filled with hundreds of street parties.

(LOCATOR: LONDON)

..and an unprecedented rock bash on the grounds of Buckingham Palace--which started on the roof with Brian May of the band QUEEN playing , God Save the Queen."

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Here Rock's Royalty joined 12-thousand commoners to pay a musical tribute to the 72-year old queen .

(natsound from tonight's concert)



(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON)

"THE TIMING OF THIS SHOW OF SUPPORT HERE IN ENGLAND COULDN'T BE MORE APPROPRIATE. IN CONTRAST TO PRINCESS DIANA, ELIZABETH WAS CONSIDERED ALOOF AND INACCESSIBLE. BUT THE RECENT DEATHS OF HER MOTHER AND SISTER HAVE MADE THE QUEEN MORE SYMPATHETIC TO HER SUBJECTS THAN EVER BEFORE.

(SOT: BRIAN CRONK/SPECTATOR)

"IT MADE A GREAT IMPACT ON THE BRITISH PEOPLE TO REALLY SUPPORT AND RALLY AROUND IN HER VERY DIFFICULT TIME."

(LOCATOR: SLOUGH, ENGLAND)



(QUEEN WALKING AROUND AS KIDS SING LOVE, LOVE,)


The theme song of this jubilee celebration is the Beatles' "All You Need is Love," a timeless verse suitable to an enduring queen's revived popularity.
Drew Levinson, CBS News, London. ))
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A sign of sympathy for September 11th...
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As an African tribe offers its most precious possession
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