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Today on News 7 at 5, the local American Red Cross says blood supplies are dangerously low.
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Also water levels are also low at Carvin's Cove. City residents could face mandatory restrictions as early as tomorrow.
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Clear skies will be the norm for the next several days, with some extraordinarily cool overnight lows--details ahead...

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We will have an update on the forest fire in Rockbridge County,
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and we will tell you what is being done to help get some elderly people access to lower cost precriptions.
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All that plus singer Britney Spears now has a NASCAR connection.
News 7 at Five is next.
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The regional American Red Cross makes an emergency appeal- Blood supplies are dangerously low-

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Good Evening.
The blood supply has dropped to an extremely low level- Today a full emergency appeal is made- as the situation nears a crisis.
The Applachian Regional Blood Services issued the appeal- It covers a 43 county area in Virginia-
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Bob (Lou-chin) is with the blood services-
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Bob: First of all How low is the level? and What does that mean?
Questions: Who can give blood? What's the criteria? [pinnacle: (when he answers) Who can Donate]
Is there anyone at the center giving blood now?
People are not helping the Red Cross when they donate.... who benefits?
Emergency hours beginning tomorrow?
How can someone find out where to donate? [Pinnacle: American Red Cross phone number]
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Blood donations came in at a steady pace on the Virginia Tech campus today...
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For the first time in 52-years of collecting blood at the university....the Bloodmobile set up shop on the drillfield.
Usually the Red Cross works out of a building but this year took advantage of the high profile location. The drive is sponsored by a Tech community service fraternity... Alpha Phi Omega and the American Red Cross Club on campus.
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((MITZI TUCK/AMERICAN RED CROSS; IN SUMMERTIME STUDENTS ARE HERE THEY WILL DONATE IF WE COME OUT SO WE THOUGHT WE'LL TRY THE BUS WE'LL TRY THE DRILLFIELD ITS RIGHT IN THE CENTER OF CAMPUS ITS RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF DRILLFIELD EVERYBODY CAN SEE US A LOT OF STUDENTS PASS HERE SO WE THOUGH WE'D TRY IT AND SEE HOW IT WENT.))
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The afternoon drive collected about 28-pints... somewhat short of the 40-pint goal. But on July 8th, the Red Cross says it'll be back on the drillfield with 2 bloodmobiles hoping to reach a collection goal of 80-pints
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[5-Prescriptions]


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For years the Health Department has provided places like the Bradley Free Clinic and L-O-A with low cost prescriptions.
But as of June 30th the Health Department can't do that anymore.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton found out these organizations are now scrambling to find other resources.
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Jean, Recently the Health Department discovered it was a contract violation to sell prescriptions to anyone other than its patients.
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The news was a severe blow to the non-profit organizations who are trying to provide a safety net for the hundreds of people in our who can't afford their medications.
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(( Last year, the Bradley Free Clinic filled 36 thousand prescriptions for free. A portion of those medications were purchased from the Health department.
But soon their 10 year relationship will come to an end.
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((I WAS DISAPPOINTED AND A LITTLE PANICKED. THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS MADE AVAILABLE A LARGE NUMBER OF MEDICINES FOR US TO PURCHASE A BELOW WHOLESALE THAT MEANS A LOT TO A FREE CLINIC)) [RUNS13]
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The Clinic says now it will need at least 150-thousand dollars more in private donations to fill the gap.
But a solution may not come as easy for the LOA Area Agency on Aging which has limited funding. It already has 50 people on the waiting list to get into the pharmacy connect program and can't take any new appointments at least until the end of August.
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((I'M HOPING A CRISIS LIKE THIS WILL SPUR THE LOCAL ELECTED LEGISLATORS TO DO SOMETHING)) [RUNS06]
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Congressman Bob Goodlatte is trying to find a way to amend the contract which currently won't allow the Health Department to provide low cost prescription to anyone other than its patients.
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((GOODLATTE: NOW WE'VE GOT TO FIND A WAY TO GET A WAIVER EITHER CREATED FOR THEM OR TO GET THE LAW CHANGED AND BOTH OF THOSE ARE GOING TO TAKE TIME. IN THE MEANTIME PEOPLE ARE CERTAINLY HURTING AND WE UNDERSTAND THAT)) [RUNS13]
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But many believe this latest crisis is just one more reason Medicare should have some type of prescription drug coverage.
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((WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN WHEN PEOPLE CAN'T GET THEIR MEDICATIONS, THEY'LL GET SICK, GO IN THE HOSPITAL, THEY MAY GET SICK AND GO INTO A NURSING HOME... WE MAY EVEN HAVE WHO CAN'T AFFORD MEDICATION AND WHO MAY JUST PASS AWAY)) [RUNS13]
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Goodlatte say Congress will take up legislation this summer. He's say the chances of getting something passed look promising.
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((GOODLATTE: I THINK THEY'RE BETTER THAN THEY'VE BEEN IN ALONG TIME THERE IS A CONCERTED EFFORT IN BOTH THE HOUSE AND SENATE TO PASS LEGISLATION TO PROVIDE SOME KIND OF ASSISTANCE)) [RUNS12]
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The LOA encourages people to contact their legislators and demand that prescription drug coverage be included under Medicare.
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Jean,

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One tenth of a foot is all that seperates the city of Roanoke from full mandatory water conservation.
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Today, the level of Carvins Cove was 25 point nine feet below the spillway. Full Mandatory Conservation takes effect at 26 feet, and it's likely the city will impose those restrictions tomorrow.
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Full mandatory conservation prohibits most outdoor uses of water. That includes watering lawns, operating ornamental fountains and filling swimming pools or hot tubs.
The city also plans to begin purchasing water from Roanoke County and the city of Salem, and impose a surcharge on city water customers.
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[WXPRO/FULL] WEATHER TODAY TOMORROW FORECAST

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A large forest fire burning in Rockbridge County is still not contained..
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Late this afternoon helicopters began dropping water on a portion of the fire spreading above Hells Gate Canyon.
Despite the damage done today the flames are still within the fire lines crews have been laying down since last week..
The fire's already scorched nearly 2-thousand acres, and officials say another 15-hundred could burn before they get the fire contained.
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((THE FIRE OF COURSE HAS GROWN ON ITS OWN BECAUSE IT IS AN ACTUAL FIRE BUT WHERE THEY WENT AROUND AND DID THE PERIMETER LINES AND BLACKENED THE PART AND IT'S BURNING IN AND IT HAS MADE IT YOU KNOW A LARGER ACREAGE -- BUT NOTHING THAT WE HAVEN'T EXPECTED))
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Officials still say they'll have the fire contained by Wednesday..
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For years Teri Barton was a proud member of the U-S Forest Service. Now she stands accused of setting one of the worst fires in Colorado history. Jennifer Miller reports.
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NEARLY 50-PERCENT CONTAINED ... COLORADO'S LARGEST WILDFIRE ... IS COOLING DOWN. BUT THE FIRESTORM OVER WHO STARTED IT .. IS JUST HEATING UP.

(COURTROOM ARTIST: Mitch Caster)

AN 18-YEAR VETERAN OF THE U-S FOREST SERVICE .... TERRY BARTON ENTERED THE FEDERAL COURTROOM IN HANDCUFFS AND BLUE JEAN COVERALLS. SPEAKING SOFTLY AND AT TIMES WIPING HER FACE BARTON ANSWERED SHE UNDERSTOOD THE CHARGES AGAINST HER.

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THEY ARE FILED IN THIS CRIMINAL COMPLAINT ... SHE IS ACCUSED OF SETTING THE BLAZE, DESTROYING FEDERAL PROPERTY AND LYING ABOUT IT.

(JOHN SUTHERS/ U.S. ATTORNEY)

UNDER NORMAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, WHEN THE GOV. FILES A COMPLAINT OF THIS NATURE, THE MATTER WOULD PROCEDURE TO A GRAND JURY WITHIN THE NEXT 30 DAYS, .
BARTON WAS CREDITED AS THE FIRST TO REPORT THE FIRE. BUT INVESTIGATORS SAY SHE COULD NOT HAVE SMELLED THE SMOKE FROM HER POSITION. AFTER FORENSIC EVIDENCE DIDN'T MATCH HER STORY ... INVESTIGATORS CONFRONTED HER AND SHE CONFESSED.

BARTON SAYS SHE HAD STOPPED AT THIS CAMPFIRE RING --- WHILE ON PATROL
ENFORCING A FIRE BAN --- TO BURN A LETTER FROM HER ESTRANGED HUSBAND.



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"IT'S SICK AND ESPECIALLY THE FACT THAT'S SHE'S PART OF THE FOREST SERVICE, MAKES IT EVEN WORSE."
THE FIRE GREW TO MORE THAN A 100-THOUSAND ACRES .. COLORADO'S BIGGEST EVER. CREWS ARE STILL TRYING TO CONTAIN IT, BUT MUCH OF THE DAMAGE IS ALREADY DONE ... THOUSANDS EVACUATED, MORE THAN 20 HOMES DESTROYED, AND THE FIRE AGENCY'S IMAGE TARNISHED
STANDUP: BARTON WILL REMAIN IN CUSTODY UNTIL HER PRELIMINARY HEARING LATER THIS WEEK. PROSECUTORS FEAR SHE IS A FLIGHT RISK ... NOW HATED BY THE VERY COMMUNITY SHE USED TO SERVE. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, DENVER.

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Still to come on the newscast, the state N-A-A-C-P says it is supporting a lawsuit against the state lottery. We'll have the details after this break.
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Also we will tell you what President Bush wants to do to boost homeownership among minorities.
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The Virginia Lottery is being sued for racial discrimination.
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Reginald Goodwyn, a former sales representative, claims the state agency wrongfully terminated him last year.
Goodwyn, an African-American, is accusing the agency of treating him differently because of his race.
Goodwyn is suing for $5 million in lost wages and punitive damages.
The Virginia office of the NAACP came out today in support of the lawsuit.
The Virginia Lottery is denying the allegations.
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The Virginia NAACP says the case may develop into a class action lawsuit.
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A judge today throws out a second degree murder conviction in the dog mauling case in California.
But he "let stand" the involuntary manslaughter convictions against Marjorie Knoller and her husband Robert Noel.


As Manual Gallegus reports- the sentencing hearing is going on at this hour in San Francicso.
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(( IT IS A VICTORY FOR MARJORIE KNOLLER, THE WOMAN WHOSE DOGS KILLED A NEIGHBOR IN THE HALLWAY OF THEIR SAN FRANCISCO APARTMENT BUILDING LAST YEAR.
A JUDGE HAS THROWN OUT THE SECOND DEGREE MURDER CONVICTION AGAINST HER.
THE JUDGE RULED THAT KNOLLER LIKELY COULD NOT HAVE KNOWN THAT ON THAT PARTICULAR DAY HER DOGS WOULD KILL SOMEONE. JUDGE JAMES WARREN, SUPERIOR COURT this does in no way diminish the horror of whats happened..
THE MANSLAUGHTER CONVICTIONS AGAINST KNOLLER, AND HER HUSBAND ROBERT NOEL WILL HOLD. DESPITE THE FAVORABLE RULING, JUDGE JAMES WARREN WAS VERY CRITICAL OF KNOLLER AND NOEL. HE SAID THEY ARE LIKELY THE MOST DESPISED COUPLE IN SAN FRANCISCO. AND THAT HE DIDNT BELIEVE MUCH OF KNOLLERS TESTIMONY. JUDGE JAMES WARREN, SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE their conduct from the time they got the dogs to the weeks after Diane whipples death was despicable. IN THE COURTROOM WAS DIANE WHIPPLES PARTNER SHARON SMITH WHO ADDRESSED THE COURT. SHARON SMITH ITS NOW UP TO THE JUDGE TO SENTENCE THE COUPLE FOR MANSLAUGHTERAND SAN FRANCISOS DISTRICT ATTORNEY HASNT DECIDED YET WHETHER TO RETRY KNOLLER FOR SECOND DEGREE MURDER.MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS.))


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President Bush says America has a problem- not enough minorities own homes-
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((THERE IS A HOME OWNERSHIP GAP IN AMERICA.))
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Bush says he wants to see five and a half million homes built for minorities before the year 20-12.
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((AND SO WHAT I'VE DONE IS PROPOSE A SINGLE FAMILY AFFORDABLE TAX CREDIT. TO ENCOURAGE DEELOPMENT OF HOUSING IN NEIGHBORHOODS WHERE HOUSING IS SCARCE.))
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Today the President toured a new housing development in Atlanta called the Villages at Carver- the mixed income homes are replacing what was once a crime plagued housing project.
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Coming up next on News 7 at 5, Patrick Evans will let us know what tomorrow's weather holds in store for us.
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[VO] Then a little later, we will tell you why NASCAR fans should expect to see more of singer Brittney Spears.
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Still to come on the newscast, the Roanoke Valley Horse Show prepares to kick off,
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and we'll see if Matt Damon got dogged at the weekend box office.
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On Wall Street today, the stock markets have finally staged a much-needed rally, after four weeks of selling.
Even more uplifting to many market watchers: stocks held onto all of their gains in the final hour of trading.
Alexis Christoforous has the story.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Monday ticker. The Roanoke Valley Horse show got underway today at the Salem Civic Center. The show will have many big names participating in the Grand Prix on Saturday night. But the show offers something for everyone all week long.
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The first day offered highlights of riders competing in both the inside ring and the outside ring. Approximately one thousand riders will compete in Salem this week, which is the capacity for the Roanoke valley Horse show. With so many riders in so many different classes, the show should please all kinds of horse fans.
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The United States is in the final eight of the world soccer championship. They got in by beating regional rival Mexico 2-to-0 in South Korea.
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It's their best showing for the U-S since the first World Cup in 1930. Brian McBride scored the first goal for the United States, he scores at the eight minute makr of the game.
Landon Donovan scored the other goal for the U.S. Donavan finds the back of the net at the 65th minute, and it was a header. Goalkeeper Brad Friedel (FREE'-duhl) made six saves in the win. The U-S plays Germany in the quarterfinals on Friday.


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Brazil moved into the World Cup quarterfinals with a 2-to-0 win over Belgium. They take on England in Friday's match.


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Brittnay Spears and NASCAR have announced plans to make a movie.
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Brittany Spears Productions and NASCAR have signed an agreement to produce a dramatic feature film. The project is in the prelimanary writing and development stages and will tell the story of the daughter of a successful modern day NASCAR team owner who tries to inspire a former driver to regain his desire to return to racing.
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In real racing, Matt Kenseth became the first three time winner of the Winston Cup season when he won at Michigan yesterday. Sterling Marlin still leads the points race, 110 a head of Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon.
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thta's it for the ticker, coming up at six, the Stanley Cup champion Red Wings are honored, see ya then.[5-Box-Office

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No one has to ask "Scooby Doo, where are you?" today.
He is fairly easy to find sitting at the top of the box office rankings.
Scooby, Shaggy, and their friends sold more than 56-point-four (m) million dollars worth of tickets in its first
weekend. [Take Chyron Full]
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Matt Damon's new spy thriller ``The Bourne Identity'' opened in the second spot, with 27 and a-half (m) million dollars.
Another debut didn't fare as well. Nicolas Cage's ``Windtalkers'' made 14 and a-half (m) million. ``The Sum of All Fears'' held the top position the last two weekends but dropped to fourth place this time around.
"The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood" took the fifth place with almost ten Million dollars.[Close-ID] [5pm] SUPER=x4035; fax/copyright [SUPER=x4034;email/copyright]