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Coming up on News 7 at Five - Officials believe they have found the man wanted for questioning in the kidnapping of a Utah teenager.
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and a former manager of the National D-Day Foundation faces fraud charges...
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[ANCHOR=Robin]
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Coming up we have your beach forecast for the first weekend of summer and a humid outlook for our area as well.

[Medical-Head]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#med heads]
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In Medical News - a lens implant may make life a little brighter for anyone who suffers from corneal disease.
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[VO-NAT]

and mother nature isn't helping fire-fighters out west in their battle against massive blazes..
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

PLUS - Patrick Evan will give us a preview of the Festival by the James - Don't go away.. News 7 at Five is next. [open]
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Police catch up with the man wanted for questioning in the case of a missing Utah girl- at a West Virginia Hostpial.
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((WE HAVE AN OFFICE IN MARTINSBURG AND DISPATCH AGENTS TO HOSPITAL TOOK MR. EDMUNDS INTO CUSTODY ALONG WITH STATE AND LOCAL POLICE OFFICERS THERE.))
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[ANCHOR=Jan]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jja]
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The man wanted for questioning in the case of Elizabeth Smart is in a West Virginia hospital- Just moments ago police hauled his vehicle away from the hospital parking lot.
Jim Acosta has the latest from Salt Lake City.
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[SUPER=01-Rick Dinse/Salt Lake City Police Chief; :34]
[SUPER=01-Ed Smart/Missing Girl's Father; :47]
[Super=01-Angela Dumke/Smart's Aunt; 1:07]
[Super=01-Ted Wilson/Former Salt Lake City Mayor; 1:21]
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(( WANTED FOR QUESTIONING FOR ALMOST TWO WEEKS -- BRET MICHAEL EDMUNDS HAS TURNED UP AT A HOSPITAL IN WEST VIRGINIA -- APPARENTLY UNDER TREATMENT FOR A DRUG OVERDOSE. AUTHORITIES SAY HE CHECKED INTO THE HOSPITAL EARLY WEDNESDAY UNDER A BOGUS NAME.
DAN ROBERTS/FBI SPECIAL AGENT. Hhe remains in guarded in hospital..his vehicle is there too..seeking to go through that in the near future. POLICE HAVE NOT CALLED EDMUNDS A SUSPECT IN THE ELIZABETH SMART CASE -- SAYING THE SALT LAKE CITY TRANSIENT MAY ONLY BE A WITNESS TO THE ABDUCTION. RICK DINSE/SALT LAKE CITY POLICE CHIEF All along Edmunds is someone we have wanted to question ..he was seen in the area at the time of the incident. THE BREAK IN THE CASE CAME AFTER THE SMART FAMILY ISSUED ANOTHER EMOTIONAL APPEAL FOR ELIZABETH'S RETURN.
Ed Smart, Missing Girls Father Im asking you.. Im pleading with whoever has her Ill do anything to have her back in our arms. INVESTIGATORS HAVE SAID THEYRE CONTENT WITH WHAT SMARTS RELATIVES HAVE DISCLOSED SO FAR ABOUT THE MISSING TEEN-AGER AFTER NUMEROUS SEARCHES OF FAMILY COMPUTERS AND SEVERAL POLYGRAPH TESTS. Angela Dumke, Smarts Aunt We have cooperated completely. We have opened up the books. VOLUNTEERS ESTIMATE SOME 10 THOUSAND PEOPLE WILL BE SEARCHING FOR ELIZABETH IN EVERY COUNTY IN UTAH THIS WEEKEND. BEFORE WORD OF ' CAPTURE THEY ACKNOWLEDGED SOME MAY BE READY TO GIVE UP.
Ted Wilson, Fmr. Salt Lake City Mayor Thats human. Its been awhile. WITH THE MOST PROMISING DEVELOPMENT TO DATE -- SMARTS RELATIVES MUST NOW WAIT TO SEE WHETHER THE CAPTURE OF BRET MICHAEL EDMUNDS WILL LEAD TO THE DISCOVERY OF ELIZABETH SMART. JA CBS.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The man who ran the National D-Day Memorial Foundation for five and a half years has been indicted on four counts of fraud.
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The government contends Richard Burrow defrauded the very Foundation he directed. The U-S Attorney is careful to point out that Burrow had not taken any money for himself. But John Brownlee contends Burrow enriched his reputation and prestige as a fund raiser by resorting to fraud.
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((IT IS CLEAR AND THE GRAND JURY HAS ALLEGED THAT MR. BURROW DEFRAUDED THE TAXPAYERS OF VIRGINIA BY HIS ACTIONS.))
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Burrow made a brief appearance on the courthouse steps along with his lawyer. Though Burrow had nothing to say, his attorney said Burrow will "vigorously defend himself."
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((THE GOVERNMENT HAS MADE A TERRIBLE MISTAKE IN BRINGING THESE CHARGES. IT SEEKS A SCAPEGOAT FOR AN INVESTIGATION THAT SHOULD HAVE YIELDED NO INDICTMENT.))
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Burrow must return for his initial appearance on the fraud charges Tuesday.
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[5-Terrorist]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=net]
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The latest terror warning from the federal government concerns tanker trunks and synagogues-
The FBI is reportedly telling police to watch out for terrorists who may be planning to use fuel tankers to attack Jewish neighborhoods and synagogues-
Aleen Sirgany has more.
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((THE F-B-I IS WARNING THAT TERRORISTS MIGHT USE FUEL TANKER TRUCKS AS WEAPONS IN ANOTHER ATTACK ON THE UNITED STATES. BUREAU OFFICIALS SAY WHILE PRECISE TARGETS ARE NOT KNOWN, THEY COULD INCLUDE FUEL DEPOTS, OR JEWISH SCHOOLS AND SYNAGOGUES. IN FLORIDA , PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS AMERICA CANT AFFORD TO LET ITS GUARD DOWN. BUSH: Any time we get any kind of threat that we think is serious we'll put it out and people need to respond accordingly. That's all I can tell you. THE F-B-I IS ALSO INVESTIGATING A NEVADA MANS CLAIM THAT HE OVERHEARD ARABIC SPEAKERS PLOTTING TO ATTACK LAS VEGAS ON QUOTE THE DAY OF FREEDOM. THE LEBANESE AMERICAN SAYS HE PICKED UP THE CONVERSATION ON HIS CELL PHONE...AND THAT HE THOUGHT IT COULD BE REFERRING TO THE 4TH OF JULY. MICHAEL HAMDEN. (claims he overheard conversation) What they were saying really in Arabic, and it was only in Arabic, not even one word of English, "we are here in the city of corruption. We are here in the city of gambling and prostitution. The city of the unbelievers. And they are talking about freedom. We are going to hit them on the day of freedom. AND IN NEW JERSEY AND NEW YORK, OFFICIALS ARE ON ALERT FOR ANYONE TRYING TO OBTAIN AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE. THE CONCERN COMES AFTER TWO MIDDLE EASTERN MEN REPORTEDLY TRIED TO BUY A FAKE AMBULANCE IN NEW JERSEY. THE F-B-I HAS INTERVIEWED ONE OF THE MEN AND SAYS IT APPEARS HE HAD NO ILL INTENTIONS. OFFICIALS ALSO PLAN TO SPEAK WITH THE OTHER MAN.))

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Two Palestinian children and one man are dead after Israeli soldiers fired at a market in the West Bank city of Jenin.
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Witnesses say the victims made the deadly mistake of thinking the curfew had been lifted-
Hospital officials say a seven year old girl and a six year old boy were killed- by machine gun fire and tank shelling.
Hours earlier a Palestinian gunman killed five Israeli's including three children and their mother- in a West Bank settlement.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
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A wildfire is growing in Arizona - threatening another small town and hundreds of residents. And firefighters aren't counting on any help from mother nature today. Chris Lawrence has more.
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(((LOCATOR: SHOW LOW, AZ)
An Arizona wildfire is burning through 120,000 acres this Friday. And with forecasts calling for high winds and temperatures near 100 degrees, it may only get worse.

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The smoke and fire looked more like an eclipse at times, as it completely blocked out the sun. Firefighters estimate the flames were reaching 2,000 degrees.

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Its extremely sad to see. We live up here. All these people are family one way or another.

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The fire has destroyed at least a dozen homes, and chased firefighters off the line.

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Many of the firefighters there, there were their homes. And they were trying to fight not only for their homes but other homes.

(CHRIS LAWRENCE/CBS NEWS)

Here in California firefighters got a much-needed assist from Mother Nature. But no rain is expected anytime soon in Arizona.
Wildfires are burning in a few pockets on the East Coast. In the West, from Colorado to California and all the states in between.

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In Durango, Colorado, firefighters are battling a fire that jumped containment lines and scorched nearly 60,000 acres.

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The flames chased thousands of people from their homes, but some of them are now being allowed back in.
The fires have scorched nearly 2 million acres, which already doubles the average for the last ten years. And as firefighters point out, the long dry summer is only beginning. CL, CBS News.))

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Russia's southern fringe is dealing with a different problem entirely... Rain.
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Floods there have killed five people and forced thousands from their homes. Residents have been waiting in thigh deep water for rescue helicopters after two days of the heavy rains, homes have been swept away and dozens of bridges and motorway links have been destroyed. Forecasters say the area should see less rain over the next few days... but the wet weather could be moving toward neighboring regions.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

Keeping kids safe in car seats... that's the mission of several area law enforcement agencies... find out what they are doing after the break
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AND we'll tell you about a lens implant that helps people with corneal disease see clearly. Stay with us - News 7 at Five will be right back.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jen]
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Thousands of Americans suffer from severe vision loss caused by corneal disease. But some new lenses have been developed that can actually help restore thier sight. Doctor (MAL-icka) Millika Marshall shows how.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Perry Rosenthal/Boston Foundation for Sight; :41]
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((GARY PISCIONE (PUH-SHONEY) SUFFERED FROM CORNEAL DISEASE FOR YEARS... BECAUSE HIS CORNEAS WERE SO DAMAGED, HE COULDN'T WEAR GLASSES OR CONTACT LENSES, AND HE WASN'T A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR A CORNEAL TRANSPLANT.
BUT GARY'S VISION HAS BEEN --RESTORED--...AFTER HE WAS FITTED FOR A SPECIAL NEW LENS DEVELOPED BY DR. PERRY ROSENTHAL.

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I'M AN ACCOUNTANT AND I DO ALOT OF READING AND I'M WORKING WITH NUMBERS QUITE A BIT AND WITH COMPUTERS QUITE A BIT SO I WOULDN'T BE WORKING NOW IF I DIDN'T HAVE THESE LENSES.. I WOULD'VE HAD TO RETIRE.
THE --SCLERAL-- LENS IS SIMILAR TO A HARD --CONTACT-- LENS.. BUT INSTEAD OF --RESTING-- ON THE CORNEA.. IT ACTUALLY ARCHES --OVER-- THE CORNEA AND SITS ON THE WHITE PART OF THE EYEBALL BATHING THE CORNEA IN PROTECTIVE FLUID.

SOT: DR. PERRY ROSENTHAL/BOSTON FOUNDATION FOR SIGHT

80-PERCENT OF OUR PATIENTS ARE UNDER THE AGE OF 40, YOUNG AND IN THE PRIME OF LIFE.. AND THEY'RE CRIPPLED BY UNNEESSARY BLINDNESS , WE CAN JUST RESTORE THEIR LIVES AND BRING THEM BACK INTO THE MAINSTREAM OF SOCIETY AND ENABLE THEM TO BECOME INDEPENDENT AND PRODUCTIVE.
STANDUP: THE LENSES.. WHICH COST ABOUT 55-HUNDRED DOLLARS, ARE NOT USUALLY COVERED BY INSURANCE. SO DR. ROSENTHAL HAS STARTED A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION CALLED THE --BOSTON FOUNDATION FOR SIGHT-- WHICH HELPS PATIENTS --PAY-- FOR THE LENSES.

SOT: DR. ROSENTHAL

MOST OF OUR PATIENTS HAVE BEEN BLIND FOR YEARS, UNABLE TO WORK AND IT IS REALLY UNCONSCIONABLE THAT IN THIS, THE WALTHIEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD, WE HAVE TO TELL PATIETNS THAT THEIR INSURANCE WON'T COVER THIS
IT'S IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THESE SCLERAL LENSES CAN ONLY HELP PATIENTS WITH CORNEAL DISEASE OR WITH SEVERELY DRY EYES.. NOT PATIENTS WITH MACULAR DEGENERATION AND OTHER --RETINAL--RELATED VISION PROBLEMS. DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.
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90-percent of child safety seats are installed incorrectly... that's why area law enforcement officials are making it their duty to keep kids safe.
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The Toys 'R Us at Valley View Mall offered child safety technician courses this week starting Tuesday.
The courses concluded today with a child safety seat check.
People with young children brought had their child seats checked for proper installation.
Roanoke police said the most common problem is that parents don't read the instructions thoroughly.
Starting on July first.... the oldest age of children that must be secured in a safety seat will be raised by two years... from four to six years old.
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The Hill city is kicking off the season at one of the most appropriate places... by the water.... and that's wehre we find Patrick Evans today -
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The Annual Fair by the James has great music, food, and family fun for the Hill City, and tonight is WDBJ/Q99 Night, so Patrick Evans went to check out all the festivities available there this weekend.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up - A cable company that sercives customers in our area isn't getting its bills paid...
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AND - Music, food and Fun kicks off summer on Main Street Galax... we'll take you there a little later on News 7 at 5.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=none]
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The Cable provider for Salem, Lexington and Blacksburg reported more financial troubles this week.
Adelphia Communications says it missed more than 40 million dollars in additional bond interest payment on Monday.
That brings total payments missed to 96 MILLION dollars.
Now analysts say that increases the likelihood that the nation's sixth largest cable television company will file for bankruptcy.
The company has been struggling to account for off-the-books borrowing arrangements by the family of founder John Rigas for which the company may bear liability.

[5-Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=ejo]
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Wall Street has lost ground for a fifth straight week as the major market averages have given back all of Monday's big gains.
Trish Regan has our Marketwatch report.
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((A BULLISH FORECAST FROM QUALCOMM DIDN'T DO MUCH FOR THE MARKETS TODAY. INVESTORS SOLD OFF HEAVILY, IN PART BECAUSE OF EARNINGS CONCERNS...AND ALSO BECAUSE THE DOLLAR CONTINUES TO WEAKEN. THAT HURTS INVESTOR CONFIDENCE.
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THE DOW ENDED THE DAY OFF 177 POINTS.
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THE NASDAQ CLOSED DOWN 23.
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Dow stocks Intel, IBM and Merck, meanwhile, all saw 52-week lows.
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SHARES OF RITE AID HELD STEADY TODAY DESPITE NEWS THAT SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION CHARGED THREE FORMER SENIOR EXECUTIVES OF THE DRUG STORE CHAIN WITH CRIMINAL ACCOUNTING FRAUD...
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INVESTORS WEREN'T THAT WORRIED ABOUT THE CHARGES SINCE THEY HAD KNOWN ABOUT THE INVESTIGATION FOR SOME TIME...AND WERE ACTUALLY SOMEWHAT PLEASED THAT IT'S FINALLY OVER AND THE COMPANY ITSELF WASN'T CHARGED.
AND, FORBES MAGAZINES HAS RELEASED ITS CELEBRITY 100 LIST FOR 2002.
THE LIST IS DETERMINED BY QUANTIFYING EARNING POWER WITH STAR POWER: THIS YEAR'S WINNER, BRITNEY SPEARS.
THE 20 YEAR OLD HAS THREE MULTIPLATINUM ALBUMS TO HER CREDIT ALONG WITH A RECENT FILM CREDIT...AND A NEW RESTAURANT. TOM CRUISE, LAST YEAR'S NO. 1, DIDN'T MAKE THE LIST, ALTHOUGH HIS EX-WIFE, NICOLE KIDMAN, DID - AT NO. 27.
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YOU CAN TRACK YOUR PORTFOLIO AT CBS DOT MARKETWATCH DOT COM.
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IN SF, I'M TRISH REGAN, CBS MARKETWATCH DOT COM))

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Good afternoon folks and welcome to your weekend. The World Cup run for the Unites State came to a close this morning as the Americans lost in the quarterfinals to arch rival Germany.
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The United States outplayed the Germans, but still lost in their best world cup performance in 72 years. Germany would score the only goal of the game in the 39th minute as Michael Ballack takes his six foot three inch frame up top for the header. The United States appeared to tie the game on Eddie Lewis's shot that bounces off goalie Oliver Kahn. The ball appears to cross the plane and also hit the arm of Germany's Torsten Frings.
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But the referee said no goal, no hand ball and Germany beats the US 1-to-nothing.
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The other team to advance today was Brazil. The four time champs advanced to the semi-finals with a 2-to-1 win over England.
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Brazil's three Rs include RONALDO, RIVALDO and RONALDINHO. Today, it was the latter of the three - RONALDINHO who made his mark with the eventual game winning goal on this 35 yard floater. But he will miss the semi-finals as he was later ejected in the game.
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The Roanoke Steam is back home this weekend after a three game road trip in which the team went 1 and 2.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


The only team the Steam beat was Carolina two weeks ago--the same team that visits the Civic Center Saturday. The Steam sits in third place with four games to play. Only the top two teams in each division make the playoffs.
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Also, the Steam has announced that all kids ages 12 and under will get into to tomorrow night's game absolutely free.

Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - an update on qualifying at Sears Point and a chat with Roanoke Valley Horse Show manager Glen Petty. Take care everyone and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]


[5-Galax-Festival]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=501-07 tc 2:03:41]
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While today marks the first day of summer...it's also the first day for a new festival in the City of Galax.
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[SUPER=03-Galax;]

Music, food and vendors are taking over Main Street to start the "Leaf and String Festival." Organizers say the event focuses on musical heritage of the Blue Ridge and the leaf for which Galax was named. It's all made possible with a grant from Virginia Tourism.
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((DEBBIE ROBINSON/FESTIVAL ORGANIZER; WE RECEIVED THIS GRANT, IT'S FOR 25-THOUSAND DOLLARS AND WE ARE JUST SO EXCITED THAT WE RECEIVED IT BECAUSE WE REALLY WEREN'T EXPECTING IT AND WE DECIDED WERE GOING TO PUT ON THIS FESTIVAL AND DO IT RIGHT SO THAT WE CAN DO IT EVERY YEAR AND MAKE IT AN ANNUAL EVENT.))
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The event runs through Saturday. Ricky Skaggs will close the festival with a concert at the Blue Ridge Music Center.
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The man wanted in connection with a Utah kidnapping is found
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Plus they're celebrating in Galax,
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[Closing Animation] the story at Eleven.