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Coming up on News 7 at 5, Smoke evacuates the Capitol building this afternoon ...
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And a 15-year old may be incarcerated for several years after a judge finds enough evidence that he started a fire that cost Roanoke rescue crews a lot of time and money...
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Showers are giving way to clearing conditions, and we'll enjoy sunshine this weekend. Stay tuned for your complete local forecast.

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In Richmond, the GOP's executive director is getting to work despite recent controversies...
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In medical news - after years of debate ... a study released this week says birth control pills do NOT put women at a higher risk for Breast Cancer... see what some local health care providers say about it in Health Check.
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And another major corporation is having accounting problems... find out what it is and how it impacted Wall Street today coming up.

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((AND HE ADMITTED TO THE FIRE THAT ULTIMATELY BURNED THE TIRES ON THE KEELING PROPERTY.))
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[V/O-NAT] The judge says there's enough evidence to convict a 15 year old Roanoke County boy who admitted setting fires on Starlight Lane.
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The boy confessed to police last month, then recanted. In court today the teenager was still saying he had NOT set the fire. The judge didn't believe him.
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The fire that burned four million tires on Willie Keeling's private property had been set... in at least two places, possibly three or four. Detectives eventually discovered that the 15-year old suspect knew several things only the arsonist could have known.

But his lawyer says the boy confessed only to put an end to the interrogation.
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((THAT'S BEEN HIS POSITION THE ENTIRE TIME. THAT HE FELT LIKE THE ONLY WAY HE COULD GET OUT WAS TO SAY, "I'LL TELL YOU WHAT YOU WANT, IF YOU'LL LET ME OUT OF HERE."))
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Though the judge found sufficient evidence to convict the boy on two counts of arson, he delayed making a final disposition in the case until next month. Once a thorough background check is completed, Judge Philip Trompeter could order the teenager held until he is 21. Trompeter allowed reporters to attend the hearing in Juvenile Court on the condition we not identify the suspect.[5-Ca


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It was everybody out at the U-S Capitol this afternoon- after smoke was reported in the building.
Firefighters say it was a small fire on the House side of the building- They've put that fire out.
Aides to House Republican leaders apparently smelled the smoke and saw it coming out of a vent.
They told Capitol police who ordered the evacuation.
Smoke is now being cleared out of the fourth floor area- and the building will be re-opend shortly.


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President Bush will undergo a colonoscopy tomorrow at Camp David.
the President made the announcement just about one hour ago- saying he will be sedated during the procedure and will transfer power to Vice President Dick cheny.
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The president says it is part of a routine exam.
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((IT IS THE THIRD TIME I'VE HAD THE PROCEDURE DONE. THE DOCTOR RECOMMENDED I HAVE IT DONE AGAIN BECAUSE LAST TIME THEY FOUND BENIGN POLYPS SO I'M HAVING HTIS DONE TOMORROW AT CAMP DAVID.))
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President Bush says he is transferring power during the procedure because the country is at war and he wants to be extra cautious.

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Children growing up in the Mid-East face lives that few of us here can understand. Kimberly Dozier has the story of furor surrounding one photograph of a child in the West Bank.
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(((baby still) Like father, like son the child of a leading Hamas militantdressed as a suicide bomber, complete with a fake mini-explosives belt.
The Israeli army says it was found during house-to-house searches in Hebron.
The family says it was just a joke.

(Tanks)

Israeli officials are taking it more seriously.

(Dore Gold, Adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon)

There has been systematic brainwashing, incitement of an entire generation of Palestinian children, who have taken in this hatred like mothers milk.

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They say it starts at home, and continues at school. This poem in a Palestinian schoolbook glorifies martyrdom.

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Palestinians say the babys photo and the schoolbooks are a reflection of childrens life under Israeli occupation not a message telling them its good to die.

(SOT Ghassan Khatib, Palestinian cabinet minister)

The Israeli practices are much stronger in terms of influencing and affecting and teaching the Palestinian people.
This girls friend wants revenge, after losing a mother and brother during an Israeli raid.

(Wafa (only name provided))

I saw many emotions that shows that he really wants to kill anybody because its a reaction for what happened to him.

(tanks, kids looking out windows)
She says this (tank nat sot boom) is what produces the adult version of

this. (baby still) KD, CBS News, on the West Bank ))

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Recent controversies haven't hurt the state's Republican party, so says its new executive Director.
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Aaron Leibowitz, a former insurance consultant, started this week as head of Virginia's GOP.
Leibowitz replaces Ed Matricardi, who was indicted in April on state felony charges of illegal eavesdropping.
Leibowitz says the controversies of the past few months have tested the Party.
He says the eavesdropping case and the resignation of Speaker Vance Wilkins have strengthened the Party.
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Leibowitz says the main focus of his job will be getting Republicans elected.
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Troubled telecommunications giant WorldCom laid off 13-hundred workers in Virginia today. The cuts are apparently part of a company-wide effort to thin employee ranks to stay afloat in the midst of a huge accounting scandal.
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Company officials say 650 employees from the Pentagon City offices and more than 500 workers in the operational hub in Ashburn were let go. WorldCom also pink-slipped 650 employees in Huntsville, Maryland and at least 70 others in Vienna, Baltimore.
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The list of companies with questionable accounting practices is getting longer...
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A recent audit found the Xerox Corportation may have been off by more than six BILLION dollars. That's twice the amount discovered by the Securities and Exchange commission in a recent investigation. Without admitting or denying any wrongdoing, the office supply giant settled with the S-E-C in April and paid a ten-million dollar penalty for accounting mis-statements.
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Xerox is the second company just this week to reveal accounting problems..
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Earlier this week communications-giant "Worldcom" admitted that it improperly accounted for almost 4-billion dollars over the past two years.
The company's stock price plummeted -- and it is laying of 17-thousand employees world-wide..
Many experts like Doctor Thomas Edwards, who chairs Hollins University's Business and Economics department, say there needs to be more federal over-sight of corporate accounting..
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(("Nobody really knows at this point what's required but it's just that government's got to be doing something to assure people that things are as they're supposed to be"))
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Yesterday, President Bush called WorldCom's actions, quote, "outrageous."
The company's current and former C-E-O's have been subpoenaed to testify before congress about their accounting practices.

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Still to come on News 7 at 5 More unanswered questions in the search for a missing Utah Teen..
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And good news for women who use the "Pill"... it's not as risky as you may have thought. Tonight we'll hear from local health care providers-
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The investigation into Elizabeth Smart's disappearance continues to center on a former handyman-
Jim Acosta has more from Salt Lake City.
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((DWARFED BY A BILLBOARD DISPLAYING ELIZABETH SMARTS PICTURE IS A TINY AUTO REPAIR SHOP. IT IS HERE WHERE THE MAN UNDER THE MICROSCOPE IN THE SMART CASE RICHARD ALBERT RICCI TOOK HIS JEEP FOR REPAIRSTHE SAME JEEP THAT IS NOW IN POLICE CUSTODY. SHOP OWNER NETH MOUL SAYS RICCI DROPPED IT OFF LAST MONTH AND PICKED IT UP ON MAY 30TH BEFORE ELIZABETH VANISHED ON JUNE 5TH. MOUL SAYS ON JUNE 8TH RICCI BROUGH IT BACK AGAIN. Neth Moul, Riccis Mechanic I know that Mr. Ricci came to pick up the jeep himself and he brought back the jeep himself. you saw him pick it up? Yes. And you saw him bring it back? Yeah. ON JUNE 8TH THE JEEP CAME BACK WITH HUNDREDS MORE MILES ON THE ODOMETER AND COATED WITH A WHITE MUD.
Moul again And did he have an explanation as to why the jeep was very muddy? No I tried to play joke with him but he didnt respond. He kept looking at his friend across the street. He kept looking at this friend across the street? Yes uh huh. MOUL SAYS HE DID NOT RECOGNIZE RICCIS FRIEND. JIM ACOSTA/CBS NEWS: Jim Acosta Riccis lawyer claims the jeep was parked here on the night Elizabeth was kidnapped. Not so according to Neth Moul who says his log books prove it. Thats why he turned those log books over to investigators. Cynthia Smart, Elizabeths Aunt: "It clearly sounds suspicious, we dont know where he went. INVESTIGATORS HAVE ALSO PAID A VISIT TO THE HOME OF RICCIS FATHER IN LAW WHERE THEY SEIZED A MACHETE AND TAN GOLF CAP THE SAME TYPE OF GOLF CAP POLICE SAY WORN BY THE KIDNAPPER.
David Morse, Sr, Riccis father-in-law: "The machete was in my shed and hat was hanging right up there and been hanging there for awhile. It is regular tan golf hat, tan or beige or whatever you want to call it. I don't know why they took it, I guess to check it for hair." DAVID MORSE SAYS THE MACHETE WAS LOCKED INSIDE HIS SHED AND RICCI DID NOT HAVE A KEY. DID NETH MOUL SEE THAT MACHETE? Moul again The police and the grand jury I already told them that. And like I said thats all I can tell you. THATS ONE THING HE WONT TALK ABOUT. JA, CBS NEWS, SALT LAKE CITY.))

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In health check tonight,
Good news about oral contraceptives -- a new study released earlier this week finds that taking the pill does NOT increase a woman's risk for breast cancer.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton found out this study substantiates a study done 16 years ago.
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That's right Jean,
The studies had similar findings and compared the same patient populations.
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The most recent study included more than 92-hundred women between the age of 35 to 64. In this age group breast cancer is the leading cause of death from cancer.
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The study published in the New England Journal of Medicine concluded there was no link between birth control pills and breast cancer --even for women with a family history of the disease.
Furthermore the results also showed the risk for breast cancer did not increase with higher doses of estrogen or longer periods of use.
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The concern with the pill is that it contains estrogen which has been associated with a risk for breast cancer.
But Catherine Hagan says women shouldn't lose sight of the known risks for breast cancer like family history and age.
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((I THINK WE NEED TO FOCUS ON THE FACT OF THE KNOWN RISKS FOR BREAST CANCER AND MAKING SURE YOU'RE VIGILANT IN GETTING YOUR MAMMOGRAMS AND GOING THE DOCTOR AND DOING SELF BREAST EXAMS )) [RUNS09]
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Hagan believes that this study is trying to show that oral contraceptives can be a very good thing.
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((THAT THE CARDIO BENEFITS, THE BONE BENEFITS THE MEMORY BENEFITS ARE OUTWEIGHING THE RISK OF GETTING BREAST CANCER. AND IT'S BASICALLY SAYING THERE ISN'T A RISK OF GETTING RISK OF BREAST CANCER )) [RUNS07]
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Hagan believes this study will spark more research into hormone replacement therapy and the risk for breast cancer.


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Jean,


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Coming up... despite poor accounting announcements from two top companies, Wall Street ends the week rather well... we'll have details in today's Marketwatch...
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AND - They're back in black ... and ready to save the world from evil aliens... we'll give you a sneak peak a little later on News 7 at 5
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Coming up on News 7 at 5 - We'll give you a sneak peek at a movie hitting the box office next week that's out of this world...

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and in sports - the Steam still has a chance to sail into post season play... Mike Stevens has details coming up.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to your Friday - hope many of you out there are ready to start your weekends. We begins with a few Wimbledon notes. On the women's side today - Serena Williams and Jennifer Capriati both won and advanced to the fourth round of play. However, there was another upset in the men's draw. Fifth seeded Yevgeny Kafelnikov lost to Belgium's Xav-E-Ay MUH-Leese in straight sets. Only two of the top ten men's seeds are still in the tournament.
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Meanwhile, rain has again played a role in day number two of the men's US Senior's Open gollf championship. Tom Kite played early got his round in before the rain and he had a huge day. Kite shot a four under par round of 67 at the Caves Valey Golf Club. And it could have been even better had he made this put on 17. He's one shot behind Walter Hall.
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This surely will be Arnold Palmer's final US Open - he shot an 82 yesterday and an 85 today. He will not make the cut. Roanoke Country Club's Jeff Lynch also will miss the cut - but canbrag that he beat Palmer by 6- strokes after shooting 81 yesterday and 80 today,

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Heading into Saturday's game with Augusta, the Roanoke Steam is still alive for a post season bid thanks to some heroics from Tacoma Fontaine last week.
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Fontaine hauled in six passes for 143 yards and the winning touchdown. He also rushed for two scores in the win over Carolina. Coach Steven Jerry wasn't on the sidelines Saturday, as he served a one game suspension, but he took note of what Fontaine accomplished.
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The Steam has teamed up with the Second Harvest Food Bank. Bring a non-perishable food item to the game tomorrow night at you will get a dollar off of your admission. Coming up at the top of the hour - the Barbers try to inspire the latest class of drug court graduates. Plus, the Indy Racing League is back in the commonwealth this weekend. That and much more tonight at the top of the hour. Have a safe weekend everybody. [go to break]

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As Americans plan thier Independence Day celebrations.. there are two things we can count on ... the traditional fireworks and fireworks at the box office with Will Smith. Jennifer Jones has a sneak peak at his latest film - co-starring Tommy Lee Jones in Men in Black 2.
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TRACK: Another 4th of July and another Box Office draw with Will Smith in Another Men in Black

SOT: WILL SMITH

We call that big Willie Weekend in Hollywood.

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WILL SMITH I think this film is actually a better film than the first film.
TRACK: In Men In Black Two, Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back as agents Jay and Kay protecting the planet. A sequel that seemed a must do the minute first flick was over.

SOT: TOMMY LEE JONES

When it was over as I said in the audience, I looked around and said I want to know what happens next, the movies over, but I like these characters and want to go with them on their journey.
TRACK: And a Journey it is
NATS UP TRACK: Joness journey picks up in the Post Office
NATS: (:02)
TRACK: where agent Jay does a little beat boxingtrying to help his former partner get back his erased memory.
JONES/SMITH That seems like it would be your idea.
TRACK. WILL SMITH (OFF CAM)...it was..Tommy Lee Jones.

SOT: WILL SMITH

One day he said, Will you know what would be a really cool idea, you know that human beat box thing you do?, That would be very funny if that was an alien language. Now I dont know funny, but if I did know funny, Id say that was funny.

SOT: TOMMY LEE JONES

Do I have rhythm?yeah.
TRACK; Though there IS a lot of something new in this sequel Much of the old is back.. And director Barry Sonnefeld says that was the only way to bring back the men in black.

SOT: BARRY SONNENFELD/DIRECTOR, MIIB

Will wouldnt have done the movie without Tommy, Tommy wouldnt have done it without Will and I wouldnt have done it without either of them.
NARR: And now they are all together...they are all convinced..Men In Black is better..the second time around. )) JJCBSNNY