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Today on News 7 at 5, a local woman pleads guilty to murder for killing someone while she was driving drunk.
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Also authorities in Montgomery County arrest a woman for allegedly giving her infant son a lethal overdose.
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Also today, state democrats accuse Republicans of dragging their feet on the allegations against House speaker Vance Wilkins.
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On Health Check, Joy Sutton will tell us why two groups are pooling their resources to help patients with their therapy.
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Plus a company says it hopes to bring 500 jobs to the region.
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((VIKI ARRINGTON/DEFENDANT: BUT I HOPE.. ...FOR WHAT I'VE DONE.))
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A tearful plea for forgiveness from a woman who was nearly five times the legal limit for drunkenness when she struck and killed a motorcyclist last fall.
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A Bedford County woman could spend a total of 46 years in prison for driving drunk and killing a motorcyclist last fall.
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39-year old Viki Lynn Arrington pleaded guilty today to second degree murder while driving under the influence, D-U-I third offense and driving on a suspended license.
Arrington was going the wrong way on Route 460 when she struck a motorcycle driven by Carol Minton of Moneta.
Arrington sobbed in court today as she apologized for her actions.. but Minton's husband says he doesn't believe her.
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((RON MINTON/VICTIM'S HUSBAND: MISS ARRINGTON MADE AN EMOTIONAL PLEA.. ...EASIEST SENTENCE POSSIBLE.))
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Arrington remains in custody until her sentencing in September.
Prosecutors would not say what length of sentence they'll ask for.
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An Elliston woman is being charged with the felony murder of her infant son.
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Today authorities arrested Regina Harris for the death of her six-day old son Toby Harris. The boy died early last month of a drug overdose. Regina Harris also faces three drug possession charges,
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felony abuse of a child and distribution of a controlled substance to a minor. She is being held in the Montgomery County jail without bond.

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Police say they still don't know who took Elizabeth Smart from her bedroom- but they think they may have already talked to him.
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The police chief says the investigation is narrowing to focus on people who had access to the girl's neighborhood or even to her house.
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((AS A RESULT OF THESE MEETINGS FORENSIC EVIDENCE CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS AND SOME PROMISING LEADS WE HAVE A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF RESOURCES TO RECONVERTING THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND ON THE INDIVIDUALS WHO HAD REASON TO BE IN THE AREA DURING THE RECENT PAST.))
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Chief (Din-see) Dinse said it's possible the girl knew the kidnapper. He says they have not identified a suspect but they do have an analysis of what the suspect is like.
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Thousands of people may be forced to leave their homes near Denver, Colorado. A 77-thousand acre fire is getting dangerously close.
Jennifer Miller has more.
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((WINDS ARE SLOWING IT'S ADVANCE... BUT A MASSIVE WILDFIRE IS INCHING CLOSER TO DENVER AND IT'S SUBURBS.

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IT'S IN JEFFERSON COUNTY AND THAT'S PROBABLY 2O MILES FROM DENVER PROPER. THERE'S NO DANGER TO DENVER. THERE'S SOME DANGER TO HOMES OUT IN THE SUBURBS AND THAT'S WHERE OUR CONCERN LIES.
THE BLAZE IS SO BIG AND THE HEAT SO INTENSE.....IT'S TOO DANGEROUS TO LET FIRE-FIGHTERS IN FRONT OF THE MOST INTENSE AREAS. HUNDREDS THOUGH .. ARE WORKING TO DIG A CONTAINMENT LINE AROUND THE FIRES CALMER EDGES.

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"THERE'S SO MUCH GOING ON, PLUS IT IS SO EARLY IN THE SEASON, THAT A LOT OF OUR FIRE FIGHTING CREWS HAVEN'T EVEN FINISHED THEIR TRAINING YET."
STATEWIDE, ABOUT 40 THOUSAND PEOPLE ARE ON NOTICE THEY MAY HAVE TO EVACUATE.
OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND ACRES HAVE ALREADY BEEN SCORCHED BY AT LEAST EIGHT SEPARATE WILDFIRES STILL BURNING IN COLORADO. BUT IT'S THE FIRE THREATENING DENVER THAT'S CAUSING THE BIGGEST WORRY.

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"VERY SERIOUS SITUATION, A LOT WILL DEPEND ON TODAY'S WEATHER."
FOR SOME, THE BREAK IN THE WEATHER IS TOO LATE. IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS, JUST WEST OF DENVER, FIRE DESTROYED AT LEAST 24 HOMES. SO FAR, NO SERIOUS INJURIES OR DEATHS APPEAR TO BE FIRE RELATED.

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AS HAZE BLANKETS THE DENVER SKYLINE .... ONE OF THE BIGGEST CONCERNS IS OVER THE WEATHER. AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS COULD DAMPEN THE FIRES WITH SOME MUCH NEEDED RAIN, BUT THOSE STORMS COULD ALSO SHIFT THE WIND .... MAKING THE FIRE LESS PREDICTABLE. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, DENVER.
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A final decision on the fate of House Speaker Vance Wilkins has been delayed until next week.
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Wilkins met for more than three hours with members of the House Republican caucus last night.
He responded to questions about a sexual harassment suit he settled in early November of last year.
Majority Leader Morgan Griffith described the discussion as "civil."
House Republicans agreed to postpone their decision until next Tuesday when they will meet again.
Wilkins did admit last night to paying a hundred thousand dollars to a 26-year-old Amherst woman but he denied he sexually harassed her or any other woman.
He also told Republicans that he settled the suit to protect his family and the caucus.
Republicans say Wilkins still hasn't told them enough.
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Republicans leaders say they want more time to gather more information and to explore their options.
Those options include referring the matter to one of two ethics panels, censure and expelling the 65-year-old lawmaker from the House.
Today Democrat Party officials criticized Republicans for "dragging their feet."
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Governor Mark Warner says voters need to hear the whole story.
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While attending a grand opening in Botetourt County, Governor Warner said Wilkins should tell all Virginians what he told the Republican Caucus last night.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER: CLEARLY THE ALLEGATIONS ARE VERY SERIOUS AN I THINK IT'S INCUMBENT UPON THE SPEAKER THAT HE MAKE THE SAME KIND OF FULL DISCLOSURE TO THE PUBLIC AT LARGE AS HE DID TO THE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS LAST NIGHT. I ASSUME IN THE COMING DAYS THAT HE'LL MAKE.))
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Governor Warner says he's focusing instead on what Virginians hired him to do --that is building a strong economy.
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Still to come on the newscast, a Japanese company expects to bring hundreds of new jobs to the Valley.
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Also we will see how workers at the Pentagon are remembering their colleagues who lost their lives on September 11th.
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A suspected Palestinian suicide bomber sets off a bomb in a restaurant in an Israeli coastal town-
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An Israeli teenager is dead- along with the bomber- and eight other people are wounded.
The Palestinian authority said it would do its best to prevent attacks on civilians inside Israel following this latest bombing- but it said it needed Israel to lift its military blockade and stop aggression.
An attack comes while Israeli troops continue to encircle the presidential compound in Ramallah... they're searching for wanted Palestinian militants.
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Exactly nine months after the terrorist attacks- construction workers at the Pentagon are commemorating the day by setting a milestone-
Teri Okita gets a rare visit inside-
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(( THE FINAL SLAB WAS LAID ON THE PENTAGONS FACADE, AND ITS A FITTING TRIBUTE THAT THE STONE WOULD COME FROM THE ORIGINAL WALL CHARRED AND DAMAGED AFTER HIJACKED AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 77 SLAMMED INTO THE BUILDING. Paul Wolfowitz/Deputy Defense Secretary: You've healed this wall, and, in doing so, you were helping to heal our nation.
TRACK: BEFORE LAYING THE STONE, THEY'VE INSERTED A DEDICATION CAPSULE THAT WILL NEVER BE REMOVED. INSIDE A PLAQUE WITH THE 184-VICTIMS NAMES, A COPY OF PRESIDENT BUSH'S ADDRESS TO THE NATION, AND CARDS FROM SCHOOLCHILDREN. AND FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE SEPTEMBER 11TH, THE OUTSIDE CONSTRUCTION LIGHTS WILL GO OFF.
Walker Lee Evey/Project Manager: The story now moves to the inside of the building. That's where our challenge is. That's where our story will be told. IN A RARE TOUR INSIDE, THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN THE VIEW AT THE POINT OF IMPACT ON THAT FATEFUL MORNING. ITS EERIE TO THINK A PLANE COULD COME CRASHING THROUGH HERE, BUT WORKERS FACE THAT EACH DAY AS THEY CONTINUE TO HAMMER AWAY. Teri Okita/Reporting: The countdown clock high above the site is a constant reminder of the tight deadline the workers have set for themselves. THE CLOCK WILL HIT ZERO AT 9:38 AM- EXACTLY ONE YEAR AFTER THE ATTACK. THE WORKERS GOAL IS TO HAVE EMPLOYEES WHO'S OFFICES WERE DIRECTLY HIT BACK AT THEIR DESKS AT THAT TIME. IT'S AN ENORMOUS TASK. ALL OF THE DRYWALL, WIRING, DATA AND PHONE LINES NOT TO MENTION FURNITURE, CARPET, AND EQUIPMENT ... HAVE TO BE REBUILT OR REPLACED. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA.))

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A steering systems maker in Botetourt County hopes to employ 500 people by 20-06.
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Koyo (COY-yo) Steering has 86 employees right now.
At a grand opening today, the company said that number is climbing -- and so are sales.
Koyo manufactures bearings and steering systems for auto makers like Saturn.
The Botetourt facility is one of 12 plants located all over the world.
The company opened its first American plant in 1958.
State Officials are hopeful Koyo will bring other plants to Botetourt.
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In health check tonight,
Water therapy is the wave of the future in physical therapy.
It's the reason Lewis-Gale Medical Center has teamed up with the Salem Y-M-C-A to offer this option to patients.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton found out even the weakest of patients can try this form of therapy.
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Jean,
You don't even have to be able to walk to do water therapy.
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And many patients find it a soothing environment and less painful.
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Melvin Nowlin says water therapy did for him what weeks of physical therapy at the hospital could not.
He finally has more movement and strength in his injured shoulder.
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For some patients the water can provide a better environment for physical therapy.
The water offers constant resistance and reduces swelling in the body, which makes moving easier.
It is also less painful.
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((WHEN WE GET INTO THE POOL WE ALL HAVE A TENDENCY TO FLOAT THAT BUOYANCY HELPS TO REDUCE THE AFFECTS OF GRAVITY AND TAKE THE PRESSURE OFF OF PAINFUL JOINTS AND MUSCLES AND IT ALLOWS FOR THEM TO MOVE MORE FREELY THROUGH THE WATER)) [RUNS15]
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Water therapy can improve balance, strength and range of motion.
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((THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT PATIENT THAT CAN BENEFIT FROM WATER PHYSICAL THERAPY. ALL YOUR YOUR PATIENTS THAT HAVE JOINT PAIN, MUSCLE PAIN, PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC FATIGUE, CHRONIC PAIN, OR FIBROMYALGIA)) [RUNS11]
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And for some patients like Nowlin its provides quicker results.
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People with severe heart and lung conditions should not participate in a water therapy programs.
All patients should consult their physician.

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Coming up next, Patrick will lets us know how hot it is going to get,
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Then a little bit later, we'll tell you what we know about Paul McCartney's secret wedding.
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Coming up today in Sports, Steve Mason will tell us why a local football legend says he is ready for the upcoming season.
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and following that we will meet a little league baseball team like no other.
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Paul McCartney's bachelor days are over. He and Heather Mills got married inside the church of an Irish castle, in front of 300 family and friends.
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A select handful of celebrities, including Ringo Starr who arrived on his own private jet, and Eric Clapton, are joining the celebrations.
Sir Paul and Heather exchanged nuptials in a Church of Ireland ceremony conducted by a local priest. Although none of the famous musicians is scheduled to play, McCartney's spokesman Geoff Baker says there could be an impromtu performance.
He says at such events it's not unusual for them all to get up and play. Baker also says the dress code is casual and the menu is Indian vegetarian.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Tuesday ticker. Bruce Smith says that despite two off-season knee surgeries, he'll be in playing shape by the time the Redskins start the season.
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Smith had a bone spur removed and some scar tissue shaved down on his left knee in March. He had the same scar tissue procedure on his right knee about three weeks ago. Smith watched yesterday's practice at Redskin Park, and will limit his training camp and preseason work with the hope of being in uniform for the season opener against Arizona on September eighth. Smith turns 39 later this month.
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School is out and summer has started. So have the camps. Roanoke natives Damon and Ramon Williams' Twin CORD Camp is in session this week at Adison Middle School.
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The twins are in their 6th year of running the CORD camp which has been in the Roanoke Valley for 25 years. The individual attention the campers get helps to teach the young players the fundamentals of the game of basketball.
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Working together to organize and put on the camp gives the twins an opportunity to give back to a community that helped to nurture the youngsters into great players.
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The NBDL Roanoke Dazzle will be holding a camp of its own this summer. The camp will be held at Virginia Western Community College. The boys camp is July 28th through August first and the girls camp is August 4th throught he 8th.
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The Camp Dazzle Basketball School will be replacing George Lynch's camp that has served the Raonoke community extremely well since 1993.
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The Dazzle head coach will be running the Dazzle camp and several of his players will serve as coaches, more on that at six.
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A group of young baseball players is making history in Oregon.
The Oregon School for the deaf has fielded a little league team that is breaking down misconceptions about the hearing impaired.
Scott Burridge has more.
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(( THE SUN IS SHINING, AND THE STANDS ARE PACKED WITH FANS. IT'S LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL ON A MONDAY AFTERNOON. WHAT'S DIFFERENT ABOUT THIS GAME IS NOT EASY TO SEE, BUT RATHER FOR THE TEXAS RANGERS, IT'S WHAT THEY HEAR. THE RANGERS ARE THE FIRST ALL DEAF TEAM IN THE COUNTRY TO PLAY IN LITTLE LEAGUE. AND THE KIDS ARE ENJOYING EVERY HIT, RUN AND ERROR.

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LOGAN BOWERS
"OUR RECORD SO FAR......ALL HAVING FUN."

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ROSE COVELL
"BECAUSE I LOVE TO HIT......PLAYING BASEBALL, HAVING FUN."
ON THE FIELD, YOU MAY THINK THE DEAF KIDS ARE AT A DISADVANTAGE, BUT THEY'VE GOT THEIR OWN SECRET WEAPON.

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TROY TRUELOVE
"THEY CAN'T UNDERSTAND WHAT WE'RE SAYING......A REAL ADVANTAGE."
AND WHAT'S MORE, THESE KIDS ARE PARITCIPATING IN LIFE AS EQUALS AND THAT'S A LESSON THAT EVERYONE ON THE FIELD LEARNS.

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MAUREEN STEVENS
"I THINK IT'S REALLY GOOD.......MORE LIKE EQUALS."
AND FOR THE TEXAS RANGERS, PLAYING IN A COMMON MONDAY AFTERNOON LITTLE LEAGUE GAME IS THE THRILL OF A LIFETIME.
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THE TEAM FROM THE OREGON SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF HAS BEEN PLAYING IN LITTLE LEAGUE FOR TWO YEARS NOW, AND EVERYONE SAYS IT'S A SMASHING SUCCESS.
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