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Today on News 7 at Five, federal authorities say the massive Colorado wildfire was not an accident.
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and the prospect for Middle East peace suffers another blow as seven people are killed in an explosion today.
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Hit or miss showers tonight, quiet Thursday then rain possible on Friday. Details just ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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An assistant principal at a local school is accused of embezzling money.
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A local class is helping to make better baby sitters,
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

and the Atlanta Falcons sign one of Michael Vick's former team mates. News 7 at Five is next.

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Some federal authorities now believe a U-S Forest Service worker deliberately set the huge wildfire near Denver.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The ranger, Terry Barton, claims she started the fire by accident.
However prosecutors are voicing doubts about her story.
Jennifer Miller has more on that and the efforts to put out the still growing fire.
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[SUPER=03-Denver, CO;]
[SUPER=01-Karen Horal/Evacuee;]
[SUPER=01-Bobby Kitchens/Fire Information Officer;]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News;]
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((FOR FIREFIGHTERS BATTLING COLORADO'S BIGGEST BLAZE ...OUTSIDE DENVER .. IT IS TWO STEPS FORWARD, ONE STEP BACK. EARLIER IN THE WEEK, CREWS GAINED GROUND, BUT THE FIRE CLAIMED IT BACK.
THE BLAZE HAS BECOME VIOLENT, BREAKING THROUGH CONTAINMENT LINES AND FORCING TWO-THOUSAND MORE RESIDENTS TO EVACUATE...
Karen Horal/Evacuee "I'm mad, because you know this shouldn't happen .... especially when we just remodled and everything. I've never had this feeling before."
PROSECUTORS SAY AN 18-YEAR VETERAN OF THE US FOREST SERVICE WILLFULLY SET THE FIRE. THURSDAY THE GOVERNMENT WILL LAY OUT ITS CASE AGAINST TECHNICIAN TERRY BARTON. INVESTIGATORS SAY ... AFTER LYING ABOUT HOW THE FIRE WAS STARTED, BARTON LATER ADMITTED SHE ACCIDENTALLY SET IT WHILE BURNING A LETTER FROM HER ESTRANGED HUSBAND. BUT INVESTIGATORS DOUBT HER STORY..SAYING..THEY FOUND ENOUGH MATERIAL TO KNOW THAT IT WAS MORE THAN TWO SHEETS OF PAPER.

POSS: SOT: US. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.



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BUT THE REAL HEROES MAY BE THE FIREFIGHTERS ... WHO ARE BATTLING HEAT SO INTENSE IT HAS EVEN CREATED ITS OWN FUNNEL CLOUD. DESPITE THE DANGERS, CREWS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SAVE MORE HOMES THAN THE FIRE DESTROYED.
Bobby Kitchens/ Fire Information Officer "They went back into one of the subidivisions that the fire ran through yesterday and he said I would not believe how many structures the fire did NOT burn."
NEAR DURRANGO, THE MISSIONARY RIDGE FIRE IS DESCRIBED AS A NUCLEAR BOMB .... NOTHING CAN STOP IT. LESS THAN HALF AS LARGE AS THE STATE'S BIGGEST BLAZE ... IT TOO HAS DESTROYED HOMES AND FORCED THOUSANDS OF RESIDENTS TO EVACUATE.
STANDUP CLOSE: PRESIDENT BUSH DECLARED A MAJOR DISASTER EXISTS IN COLORADO. DUE TO AN HISTORICLY DRY SEASON, COLORADO'S FOREST HAVE A SEEMINGLY UNLIMITED SUPPLY OF DRY TIMBER TO FUEL THESE FIRES. MORE THAN EXTRA MANPOWER, FIREFIGHTERS REALLY NEED A DRENCHING RAIN ... BUT THERE'S NONE FORECAST FOR SEVERAL MORE DAYS. ))

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Closer to home, it'll take one more day to get the forest fire in Rockbridge County contained.
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The Forest Service says it's 90 percent contained to 3-thousand acres near the Devil's Marbleyard.
Yesterday's effort to fight the fire with helicopters was a success... Now ground crews are trying to finish the job.
About 200 firefighters are still at work.
At least five have been injured.
One remains hospitalized for smoke inhalation, and another suffered second-degree burns on his hand.
A section of the Appalachian Trail could remain closed for several weeks.
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The South Boston Police Department is investigating a shooting that left two people dead in the parking lot of the Halifax Square Shopping Center last night.
Police say shortly before nine, 41-year old Donald Carter Rickman of Oak Level shot and killed his wife, 35-year old Juanita Kirkman Rickman.
A spokesman says there have been conflicting reports about whether Rickman then shot himself. Authorities hope to get more answers from autopsy results from the state medical examiner's office in Richmond.


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[ANCHOR=JEan]
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Israeli helicopters are firing on several targets in the Gaza Strip- The attacks come after another suicide bombing in Jerusaelm today- the second in two days.
The latest suicide bombing killed seven people at a bus stop.
Aleen Sirgany has more.
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[SUPER=01-Aryeh Mekel/Israeli Government Spokesman;]
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((ISRAEL IS RETALIATING FOR THE SECOND SUICIDE BOMBING IN TWO DAYS... FIRING AT LEAST FIVE MISSILES AT THE GAZA STRIP. TARGETS INCLUDED A STEEL FACTORY AND REFUGEE CAMP. IT CAME ABOUT THREE HOURS AFTER A SUICIDE BOMBING AT A JERUSALEM BUS STOP KILLED AT LEAST SEVEN PEOPLE AND INJURED DOZENS OF OTHERSSOME CRITICALLY.
Aryeh Mekel/ISRAELI GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN There's a determind effort by terrorists to carry out their attacks THE ATTACK COMES AS ISRAELIS MOURN THE 19 PEOPLE WHO DIED THE DAY BEFORE IN A SUICIDE BOMBING ON A JERUSALEM BUS. AND AS ISRAEL VOWS TO REOCCUPY PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES...IF THE BOMBINGS CONTINUE... A MOVE THE PALESTINIANS SAY WILL NOT ANYTHING. YASSER ABED RABBO/PALESTINIAN INFORMATION MINISTER: Their only aim is to undermine peace efforts, to continue the occupation to try and destroy the Palestinian Authority. This is their plan. THE WHITE HOUSE CONDEMNED THE SUICIDE BOMBING AND DELAYED THE PRESIDENTS ANNOUNCEMENT ON A PLAN FOR A PROVISIONAL PALESTINIAN STATE. ARI FLEISCHER/ WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN "It's obvious that the immediate aftermath is not the right time))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


Up next on the newscast, there is more conflicting information in the case of the Utah teenager believed kidnapped from her home,
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Plus we will tell you why some restaurant owners were grilling the Roanoke Mayor today.
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An assistant public school principal has been indicted for defrauding his church out of nearly 100-thousand dollars. 45-year old Terry Lynn Moore stands charged with wire fraud and conspiracy along with his wife, 41-year old Myra Faulkner Moore.
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Terry Moore was treasurer of the Saint Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church in Bassett for more than a decade. The federal indictment handed up last night lists checks totaling "97-thousand, 700- dollars" for Moore's personal expenses. The government says some of the money went to a private business the Moores run out of their Martinsville home.

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((HE HAD A BUSINESS CALLED, "MOORE'S PRINTING & MORE." THERE WERE SOME LEGITIMATE EXPENDITURES FROM THE CHURCH WHICH HE HAD AUTHORIZATION TO WRITE. THERE WERE MANY MORE UNAUTHORIZED EXPENDITURES))
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Moore has been suspended WITH pay from his job as assistant principal at Bassett High School.
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Myra Moore was also suspended as a teacher at Irisburg Elementary. The Moores say they look forward to being fully exonerated.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The sister of Elizabeth Smart apparently saw her sister's kidnapper twice.
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Salt Lake City police say Mary Katherine Smart first saw the abductor in the room she shares with Elizabeth.
Police say they now know why the girl waited to tell her parents.
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((THE REASON SHE WAITED WAS SHE ORIGINALL HEARD THE THREAT TO HER SISTER. WHEN THEY LEFT SHE GOT UP TO GO TELL HER PARENTS AND SAW THE SUSPECT AGAIN. NOT KNOWING HOW LONG THIS SUSPCT WAS IN THE HOUSE SHE WENT BACK IN FEAR AND WATIED AND IT TURNED OUT TO BE A LENGTHLY TIME, THAT'S ALL.))
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Dinsey says the girl definitely saw a gun- Dinsey says it's possible the abductor could still be in the State of Utah.
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In health check tonight,
Would your baby sitter know what to do if your child started choking or stopped breathing?
Having a baby sitter trained in First Aid could be a matter of life or death for your child.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us that's why the American Red Cross offers baby-sitting classes.
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((
13 year old Gabriel Viehman now knows what to do if a child stops breathing. He wanted to take this baby-sitting class at the Red Cross before diving head first into the job.
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((GABRIEL VIEHMAN:BECAUSE I KNOW IF I HAD'VE STARTED BABY-SITTING PEOPLE OTHER THAN MY FAMILY I MIGHT HAVE DONE SOMETHING WRONG OR MAYBE NOT NOTICED A SIGNAL THAT SOMETHING'S GONE WRONG)) [RUNS11]
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This class is for children ages 11 and older. And over the course of two classes these students learn what to do in an emergency situations. It's information 11 year old Amy Potter doesn't take lightly.
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((JUST SO I COULD BE MORE CONFIDENT ABOUT TAKE CARE OF SMALLER KIDS JUST SO I GET THE FEEL OF HOW IT'S SAVING SOMEONE'S LIFE)) [RUNS12]
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And they learn than more just first aid and CPR techniques.
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((THEY'LL LEARN HOW TO CALM CHILDREN. HOW TO TAKE CARE OF THEM IF THEY WON'T LISTEN TO THEM, GIVE BASIC CARE TO THEM, HOW TO FEED THEM, HOW UNDRESS THEM AND HOW TO PLAY WITH THEM AND WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN THE HOMES SO THE CHILDREN WON'T GET HURT)) [RUNS14]
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: WHEN TEENAGERS FINISH THIS CLASS THEY'LL HAVE SOME FIRST AID TOOL TO TAKE WITH THEM LIKE THIS BABY-SITTER HANDBOOK, A FACE SHIELD, AND BANDAGE, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY THEY'LL GET THIS CERTIFICATE THEY CAN SHOW TO ANYONE THAT THEY HAVE BABY-SITTER TRAINING)) [RUNS12]
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((GABRIEL VIEHMAN: I THINK I'LL HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF SAVING SOMEONE LIFE IF IT DOES HAPPEN)) [RUNS04]
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Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))
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The Red Cross will hold more baby-sitting classes throughout the summer. For more information you can call 540-985-3550.

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Tenants of the Roanoke City Market Building are worried about the future of their Food Court. Today, they took their concerns to Mayor Ralph Smith.
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F & W Management operates the city-owned building, and its management contract expires at the end of the year.
With speculation that the company will not renew, business owners are worrying the city may have other plans for the building.
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((DAVID ESTRADA/CHICO'S PIZZA: WE'VE BEEN HEARING RUMORS THAT THEY MAY BE DOING SOMETHING ELSE WITH THE MARKET BUILDING, WHICH WOULD PUT US OUT OF BUSINESS. SOME OF US HAVE LONG TERM LEASES, SHORT TERM LEASES AND OUR MAIN CONCERN IS: ARE WE IN BUSINESS OR NOT?)) ((SAM EAKIN/RED COYOTE MEXICAN GRILL: I HOPE THAT WE FIND OUT WHAT OUR FUTURE HOLDS FOR US,BECAUSE WE'RE ALL VERY INTERESTED IN THE BUILDING AND IN OUR BUSINESSES IN THE FOOD COURT, SEEING IT FLOURISH IN THE FUTURE.))
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Today's meeting did not bring any commitments, but the mayor said he is a fan of the market building food court, and hopes to see it survive.
We'll hear more from the Mayor tonight on News 7 at Six.
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Long before Europeans came to this area, native Americans called this region home. Coming up next Patrick Evans will show us what their lives were like a few centuries ago.
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Native Americans called the Roanoke Valley home for hundreds of years, and you can get a glimpse of their life and times at Virginia's Explore Park.
In fact, this weekend, the newly expanded Totera Village will be the main attraction, and Patrick Evans has the details.
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Coming up - We'll tell you about a Hokie who's flying south with the Falcons...
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And we will tell you why singer Billy Joel says he needs help with a problem.
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Wall Street has given back a big chunk of this week's gains.
Analysts say a slew of profit warnings in the tech sector and another suicide bombing in Israel pushed stock prices lower.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Wednesday ticker. We start with Falcons news that doesn't concern Michael Vick.
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Today the Dirty Birds agreed to terms with another former Hokie, 5th round draft pick Kevin McCadam. McCadam started at safety in all eleven games last season for Tech, and finished third on the team with 63 combined tackles.
The Falcons open pre-season training camp on July 25th.
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The Roanoke Valley Horse Show is just a few days old but this event is one of many of its kind on the circuit.
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Aaron Vale, who competed earlier today, is gunning for a sixth grand prix title this Saturday night in hopes of winning the 15 thousand dollar first prize money.
But riders like Catherine Thompson are competing in Salem this week primarily to give her horse experience.
Wyeth (why-eth) could be compared to a single A Carolina League baseball player. He is six years old, middle age is around 10. Thompson has been showing this horse for only six months.
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Much like a manager and his young ball player, Thompson offers encouragement and guidance to the horse.
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Finally, Washington Redskins' fans in the Commonwealth can now show their allegiance to the team through the DMV.

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The Division of Motor Vehicles in Virginia now has a Redskins license plate for fans. The cost is $25 bucks for the plate and $35 if you want to personalize it with something like I hate Dallas. $15 from each registration goes to the Redskins' leadership council - which helps rebuild inner-city football facilities in need of repair.
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Coming up at the top of the hour - former Heisman winner Ty Detmer has been in town this week - and tonight we'll talk to him about losing his Detroit Lions' teammate - Herman Moore to the money game. Take care everyone and have a safe night. [go to break]

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Singer Billy Joel has entered a psychiatric and substance abuse treatment facility.
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A statement from his record label says Joel checked into the hospital to deal with a specific personal problem.
The Advocate of Stamford, Connecticut cites unidentified sources in reporting Joel is getting treatment for substance abuse.
Three months ago, Joel postponed a joint tour with Elton John, saying he was ill
A review in The New York Times of a show shortly before the postponement described him as rambling, and implied that he was drunk or high on drugs.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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The Space Shuttle Endeavour is back home- although a little bit farther away that planned.
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Bad weather in Florida forced the shuttle to land at Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The crew included two Americans who spent a record breaking six and half months in orbit- mostly on the international space station.
Their reunion with family is delayed- their family is waiting in Florida.
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((NOSE GEAR TOUCHDOWN ENDEVAOUR ROLLING OUT ON RUNWAY TWO AT EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE IN CALIFORNIA WRAPPING UP A FIVE POINT EIGHT MILLION MILE MISSION.))
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Landing in California adds 900-thousand dollars to the cost of the mission- the shuttle has to be flown back to Florida on top of a jumbo jet.
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