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Today on News 7 at 5, the Supreme Court issues two decisions that could have a big impact on America's school children,
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and one of the judges who declared the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional, has now put the ruling on hold.
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A local man takes an unusual step to make a point with local bureaucrats.
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On Health Check, Joy Sutton will tell us about a new procedure that can help many people sleep easier and quieter at night.
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And a local airport gets a big boost.
News 7 at five is next.
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The judge who declared the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional yesterday has agreed to put his ruling on hold for now.
Federal Appeals Judge Alfred Goodwin stayed his own order from taking effect pending further appeal.
It's now up to the full Ninth U-S Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco to decide whether to alter course. It was just yesterday that the federal
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appeals court panel banned the pledge in public schools because the reference to God defies the First Amendment's separation of church and state. Elk Grove California Schools where the case originated vows to fight Atheist Michael Newdow until the ban is permanently overturned.
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((DAVE GORDON/ELK GROVE SCHOOL SUPT.: IS THE PRESENCE OF THOSE TWO WORDS IN THE PLEDGE CONSTITUTING PUSHING RELIGION ON CHILDREN IN THE CLASSROOM, AND I DON'T BELIEVE IT IS. I BELIEVE IT'S MORE AN EXPRESSION OF PART OF THE ROOTS OF OUR COUNTRY. MR. NEWDOW OBVIOUSLY DISAGREES AND WE'LL SEE EACH OTHER IN COURT.))
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In the meantime, members of Congress stood together to recite the pledge of allegiance- -with special emphasis on the words: "under God."
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The judge's decision today doesn't have any immediate impact, since the two-to-one ruling was on a 45-day hold, anyway.
But one legal scholar says it is an acknowledgment that the full appeals court will most likely review the ruling.

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Two major Supreme Court decisions handed down today in Washington.... First, a ruling on school vouchers that could re-shape American education. The court narrowly approved use of public money for tuition vouchers to send children to private schools. Aleen Sirgany reports.
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((The legal argument over school vouchers is over. In a landmark decision, with a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court ruled government money CAN be used to pay for private education.. including parochial schools. It's welcome news for families...like the Morenos. Right now they receive money from a foundation to help pay for parochial school. But if the voucher program was available to them...they'd jump at it.
((KELVIN MORENO/STUDENT: PRIVATE SCHOOL CHALLENGES YOU MORE ..TO DO WHAT YOU WANT TO DO IN THE FUTURE.))
((CANDIDA MORENO/MOTHER: IT'S THE LEARNING, THE CHANCES, THE TEACHERS ARE WONDERFUL, THEY'RE TEACHING GREAT.))
It's a decision the bush administration had hoped for.
((ROD PAIGE/SECRETARY OF EDUCATION: I BELIEVE THERE IS NO MORE POWERFUL DRIVER OF SCHOOL REFORM THAN A PARENT WHO IS INFORMED AND A PARENT WHO HAS OPTIONS. AND WHAT HAPPENED TODAY EXPANDS OPTIONS FOR PARENTS AND THEREFORE STRENGTHENS THE SYSTEM.))
But opponents argue school vouchers violate the separation of church and state guaranteed in the constitution. They say, even if the program has no religious intent, voucher money is likely be used overwhelmingly for religious schools. Leaving public schools... especially those in dire need of fixing... short on funds.
((RALPH NEAS/PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY: IT WILL MEAN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS DIVERTED FROM THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS INTO SECTARIAN SCHOOLS; THIS IS NOT THE AMERICAN WAY.))
The supreme court says since the money goes directly to the parents, it gives them a choice of parochial or private schools. Aleen Sirgany, CBS News, Washington.))

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Another controversial ruling from the Supreme Court - -also on vote of five to four- -the Justices broadened a random drug testing policy that had previously applied only to student athletes.
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The court says schools can randomly test students who take part in other competitive after-school activities, such as quiz teams.
But the National Education Association says: when there's no prior suspicion of drug use, randomly testing someone for drugs is an invasion of privacy. A former Oklahoma high school honor student had challenged the drug testing policy.
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There are reckless driving charges pending against a driver traveling through Montgomery County today.
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State Police say 26-year-old Donnie Davis overturned his tractor trailer on Route-460 right before the Giles County border. Officials say Davis was speeding, and when he tried to change lanes on a curvy portion of Brush Mountain, his rig shifted. He overcorrected, and the rig turned on his side. The scene is being cleared, but officials say it could be hours before both lanes are open. No other cars were involved, and Davis was not injured.
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Mother Nature is still in control in Arizona as fire crews worry that lightning could set back all their hard won progress.
As Chris Lawrence reports, just a small percentage of the largest fire in Arizona history is contained.
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((Narr; The people of Show Low arizona may a few days away from going home. But for neighbors in some nearby towns..it could be another week or two.

SOT: Gary Butler/Navo County Sheriff's Dept. (time of day 2:17ET)
(I'm not gonna let people back in to their homes and then have to

evacuate again)
Narr: fire firefighters have made several days of progress, but they are worried about flare-ups Thursday. Swirling winds and lightening in eastern arizona could cause some problems.

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"WE'VE GOT THUNDERSTORMS PREDICTED TODAY. WE ALSO HAVE DRY LIGHTNING FORECAST. IF WE CAN GET THROUGH TODAY, I THINK WE WILL SEE CONTAINMENT GO UP QUITE A BIT."
While most of Show Low appears untouched...many HOMES in nearby HEBER-OVERGAARD have been burned to the ground. Now 1000 thousand firefighters are being flown into battle the blaze there.

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we're seen some people getting sick just from being so worn, fatigue is a factor.
the blaze has grown bigger than LA, so large the weather can be different from one end of the fire to the another...and a major reason why crews continue to burn out land to contain it.

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"that offers a buffer because we are not going to put out the interior of the fire, it will burn until the rains put it out."
Paxon says while the fire may seem quiet in one area..it could be raging in another location. ))
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Silence will soon be golden for a local man who kept his whole family awake at night with his snoring. Joy Sutton will show us the latest treatment in today's Health check,
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and a Roanoke man is taking his argument with some local bureaucrats out to his front yard.
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It could soon get cheaper and easier to fly in and out of the Lynchburg Regional Airport.
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The facility has been awarded a 500-thousand dollar federal grant to help improve air service in the area.
Lynchburg is one of just 40 airports in the country to receive a grant.. officials say losing United Airlines last fall helped make their case.
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((MARK COURTNEY/LYNCHBURG AIRPORT MANAGER: I THINK THEY ALSO RECOGNIZED THAT BECAUSE OF THAT EXPERIENCE WITH OUR LOSS OF SERVICE PLUS OUR INORDINATELY HIGH AIR FARES, PARTICULARLY ON THE BUSINESS SIDE, THAT WE'VE BEEN SADDLED WITH, AND WE PUT THAT ALL IN OUR PROPOSAL AND MADE A GOOD CASE FOR IT.))
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The money will be used to convince airlines to add seats and regional jet service to Lynchburg by guaranteeing the carriers will get a certain amount of revenue.
About 265-thousand people use the airport each year.
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A Northeast Roanoke man is waging an unusual battle against the city's Board of Zoning Appeals in his front yard.

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Harry Shumate was rejected by the Board of Zoning Appeals when he sought to extend his porch.
Two of three members present voted FOR it -- but it still wasn't enough to get the variance.
So, Shumate headed to his workshop and used his creations to take City Council and the Board of Zoning Appeals to task.
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((HARRY SHUMATE: MY OTHER AVENUES DIDN'T PAY OFF....)) ((....ACCOMPLISHES SOMETHING. I GOT SOMETHING ON MY PORCH THERE NOW. THE AREA I COULDN'T USE THE RAIN RAINED ON ALL THE TIME.))
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He may not be allowed to extend his porch, but the city says his protest is perfectly legal.
In fact, some members of the zoning department think it's funny.
On News-7 at 6, find out the affect it's having in the neighborhood.
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It "sounds" too good to be a true. A treatment for snoring that comes in the form of a shot. No surgery, no lasers -- just a single injection that takes a matter of minutes.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton says: Snoreplasty can help anyone who snores, unless they suffer from sleep apnea.
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Keith,
There are a lot of people who could benefit from this treatment. 80 percent of men and 50 percent of women snore.
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While there is no cure for snoring this is one way to reduce the severity of it.
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((A few sprays of numbing medicine and Don Wilson is ready to get rid of his snoring problem that's often so loud it wakes up the entire family.
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((IT'S AN EMBARRASSING KIND OF SITUATION. I DON'T LIKE TO SNORE AND DISTURB OTHER PEOPLE. SO I'M ANXIOUS FOR THIS PROCEDURE)) [RUNS12]
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Doctors say because they know what causes snoring -- they know how to decrease it.
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((NAT SOUND ON DIAGRAM: SNORING IS THE VIBRATION OF THE PALATE AND UVULA)) [RUNS03]
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If you can stop or slow down that vibration the person doesn't snore as much.
That's exactly what Snoreplasty does. By injecting a medicine into the roof of the mouth, the palate becomes inflamed. This causes scar tissue to stiffen the palate, making it less likely to vibrate.
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((EVERYONE WILL HAVE AN IMPROVEMENT IN SNORING SOME MORE SOME LESS. THOSE WHO TOTALLY IMPROVE THOSE ARE THE IDEAL CASES AND THOSE WHO DO NOT THEN WE REINJECT TO INDUCE MORE SCARRING)) [RUNS15]
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But this procedure is not a cure. There is no way to totally eliminate snoring.
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((SO FAR WHAT WE SPECULATE IS THAT IT WILL PROBABLY LAST 10 TO 15 YEARS OR SO. BUT IT'S TOO EARLY TO TELL HOW LONG IT WILL LAST)) [RUNS09]
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But four weeks from now Wilson should see a decrease in his snoring. He says that will definitely make his wife happy.
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((I HOPE SHE WILL GET A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP TOO THAT'S THE BEST THING THAT CAN HAPPEN))
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The treatment costs between 3 and 5-hundred dollars --which is significantly less than surgery or other methods.
There are some side effects which include sore throat, swelling, and discomfort but they only last a few days.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans will joins us with this week's edition of Growin' It.
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From daylilies to daffodils, coneflowers to conifers, Gary Osborne's gardens have something for everyone.
Today on Growin' It, Patrick Evans explores evergreens in all their various colors, shapes and sizes.
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Still to come on News 7 at Five, a local disc jockey gets some national attention,
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and we will tell you why there are so many classics Corvettes on the streets of Roanoke.
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A local disc jockey received a little national exposure yesterday.
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Billy "Slam" Duncan appeared last night on Country Music Television's Most Wanted Live.
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Duncan is also know for his charity work with local children. His Bikes or Bust campaign gathered thousands of bikes over the years for underprivileged children.

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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Thursday ticker.
Day number four at Wimbledon was much more peaceful than yesterday when it comes to the upsets. However, an upstart West Virginia native is making some unexpected news at the all-England tennis club.
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Huntington native Jeff Morrison scored a major victory today as the 98th seed defeated ninth-seed Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain in the second round on Centre Court. Morrison won the match 6-3, 7-5 and 7-6. The 23-year-old is playing in only his second Grand Slam tournament. He lost in the first round at the 1999 U-S Open as a wild card. Morrison left the University of Florida in 2000 after his junior year to join the men's professional tennis tour. Growing up in West Virginia he says he only played two or three times a week with his neighborhood buddies.
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Venus Williams easily won today along with Monica Seles. The pride of Britain, Tim Henman, won in four sets to advance to the third round. The biggest upset of the day involved fifth seeded woman Kim Clijsters, who lost in straight sets.

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Today, the Barber Twins football camp welcomed high school players to the field to give them a chance to work on their speed and agility.
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The final two days of the camp are dedicated to the athletes who will be playing on Friday nights in the fall. It's a good opportunity for many of these guys to get a jump on conditioning for the upcoming season.
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In a couple of baseball notes this afternoon, the big leagues have already put two games in the books on this Friday. The White Sox beat the Twins 7-to-4 and the Royals knocked off the Tigers 5-to-2. Coming up at the top of the hour an update on the Roy Stanley Memorial golf event and JJ reacts to Dunleavy's defection to the NBA. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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A high-horsepower fund-raiser's moving through Roanoke..
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The Star City Corvette Club's joining with Valvoline to raise money for Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
They're giving people a chance to go for a spin in a classic 'Vette...
And when they're finished they will give that Corvette away in a contest..
They say along with raising money, they hope to raise awareness about mentoring organizations..
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(("BEING A MENTOR AND BEING INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY AND WITH THE YOUTH IN PARTICULAR IS VERY IMPORTANT AS FAR AS KIDS TODAY (1st bite, 7 sec.)
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"I MEAN EVERYBODY NEEDS A MENTOR TO GET THEM THROUGH BECAUSE AT ONE POINT IN TIME ALL OF US HAVE HAD HELP IN OUR LIVES" (2nd bite, 5 sec.)))
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Organizers say they are getting close to reaching their goal of raising 75-thousand dollar for Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
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