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The heat index reaches triple digits today .. a point where uncomfortable can turn into dangerous.
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And a congregation deals with destruction, but not despair, after flames cause hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage.
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In sports, baseball loses a legend in Ted Williams today, Pepsi 400 qualifying wraps up from Daytona, Michael Vick talks about working with Steve Young
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and the Roanoke Express loses its all time career winning goalie in Daniel Berthiaume.
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Once these thunderstorms clear the area we are in for a change of pace weatherwise. We will explain in a moment. [Open]
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((A LOT OF PEOPLE GET OUT THIS TIME OF YEAR AND THEY'RE NOT USE TO BEING OUT IN THE HEAT AND THEY HAVE POOR CONDITIONING AND THEY FEEL THEY HAVE TO PUSH THEMSELVES))
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Today's heat index was the highest of the year .. conditions that can put your health at risk if you're not careful.
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon. Keith and Shannon are off tonight.

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Hot summer days are a part of life in Virginia, but conditions this hot and humid can be dangerous .. especially for children and the elderly spending time outdoors.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us, that's why doctors urge you to recognize the warning signs of a heat related illness.
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Jean,
Heat stroke can lead brain or organ damage --and in some cases even death.
But it can be prevented if you know the signs so you can take action. ((ROLLCUE:...))
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((IF YOU'RE OUT AND BEGIN TO FEEL DIZZY, FATIGUED, MUSCLE CRAMPS, HEADACHE, NAUSEA, THESE ARE SIGNS YOU NEED TO TAKE A BREAK)) [RUNS07]
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Dr. Barksdale has seen what happens to some people who go outside on days like this. What can start out as dehydration and heat exhaustion can quickly turn to heat stroke.
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((ONCE YOU PROGRESS PAST YOUR ABILITY TO REGULATE YOUR BODY TEMPERATURE AND TEMPERATURES GET ABOVE 103 YOU BEGIN TO RUN INTO CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DYSFUNCTION)) [RUNS11]
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You can avoid getting to this point by taking some simple precautions. Drink plenty of fluid while your outside at least between 2 to 4 glasses each hour. Water is best, avoid alcohol or other beverage with caffeine they will increase your fluid loss.
If the heat is stressful on your body --limit your physical activity until your body adjusts to the heat.
What you wear can also make a difference. If it's dry and hot wear loose light colored clothing.
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((IF YOU'RE IN HOT HUMID CONDITIONS YOU WANT TO LEAVE AS MUCH SKIN EXPOSED AS POSSIBLE OF COURSE WEARING SUN PROTECTION CREAMS. SUNBURN ALSO DECREASE YOUR BODY'S ABILITY TO DISSIPATE HEAT AND THE NORM FUNCTION OF THE SKIN)) [RUNS16]
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Another tip --the Health Department says spending at least two hours a day in air-conditioning can also significantly reduce your risk for heat related illness.
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Jean,

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He presided over city council meetings in the early sixties, and officiated at thousands of marriages.
Former Roanoke Mayor Murray Stoller (STAH-ler) died Thursday at the age of 83.
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A native of New York City and a graduate of the University of Virginia, Stoller was elected to Roanoke City Council in 1962.
In November, 1963 he spoke with WDBJ7 following the assassination of President Kennedy.
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((MAYOR MURRAY STOLLER OF ROANOKE, YOUR REACTION TO THE DEATH OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY. I'M SURE I SPEAK FOR ALL OF THE PEOPLE OF ROANOKE WHEN I EXPRESS MY PROFOUND GRIEF OVER THE PASSING OF THE MURDERED PRESIDENT. I KNOW THAT OUR PEOPLE HATE CRIME AND THAT THIS IS AN AWFUL WAY TO EXPRESS DISAGREEMENT. WE FEEL HOWEVER THAT GOD WILL SUSTAIN OUR NATION IN THIS TERRIBLE HOUR.))
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Stoller continued to practice law after leaving council. He also served as the city's marriage commissioner for many years, bringing together in matrimony more than 8-thousand couples.
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A funeral service is scheduled for tomorrow morning.[Buchanan-Water]


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Another community in western Virginia is calling for water conservation, but it isn't the drought that's draining the water suppply there.
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In the last two weeks, the town of Buchanan has brought a new water tank on line... and the changes have caused leaks in some of the town's older pipes.
Town officials say the situation has stabilized, but they're asking everyone to conserve water.
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((REX KELLY/BUCHANAN MAYOR: ANY WATER THAT IS SAVED WILL HELP TO FILL THOSE BIG TANKS BACK UP AND KEEP EVERYBODY IN WATER. IN OTHER WORDS IF YOU DON'T WATER THE FLOWERS OUTSIDE, THE NEIGHBOR NEXT DOOR WILL HAVE WATER TO DRINK.))
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Town employees have been working to plug the leaks, and contractors will arrive on Monday.
Mayor Rex Kelly says it may be a week before the restrictions are lifted.
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Lynchburg police say a man's cocaine habit apparently fueled a night of crime that ended with his arrest on armed robbery charges.
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29-year-old Patrick Jason Mann was arrested yesterday, just hours after he allegedly burglarized a Lynchburg hair salon and stole a small amount of cash.
Police say Mann used the money to buy drugs, and then robbed the 7-11 store on Wadsworth Street.
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((LT. WAYNE DUFF/LYNCHBURG POLICE: THE ADDICTIVE NATURE OF IT CAUSES PEOPLE TO DO SOME VERY SEVERE THINGS. AND IN THIS PARTICULAR CASE AS WELL AS OTHERS I'VE SEEN IN THE PAST, IT CERTAINLY BECOMES A VERY STRONG MOTIVE TO DO WHATEVER THEY NEED TO DO TO GET THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES THEY NEED TO PURCHASE MORE.))
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Police say Mann told the store clerk he had a gun, although he never displayed a weapon.
It was the second time in a week that "Seven-11" has been the target of an armed robbery.
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A church begins rebuilding. Still ahead, repairing the damage from an act of God.
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And this is no ordinary estate sale .. and no ordinary estate .. an auction 70 years in the making.
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Cleanup is underway at a local church .. hit by a devastating fire. A blaze spread through the First Baptist Church in Hillsville on Wednesday, destroying the sanctuary and damaging other parts of the building.
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New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon spent the day at the church and joins us now. Rachel, do officials know how the fire started? Jean, all indications point to the steeple being hit be lightning.
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You may remember storms passing through our area that day. Fire officials told the Church Pastor once the steeple was struck, it acted as a fireplace, allowing the hot fire to spread quickly.
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((NATS While some of the most important things can be salvaged, what may be the most important place is gone. It's the sanctuary that's hit hardest by fire.
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((STEVE STEPHENSON/FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PASTOR; WHEN I SEE THIS I THINK ABOUT THE FAMILIES YOU KNOW THAT HAVE ATTENDED HERE SOME OF THEM FOR FIFTY YEARS SOME OF THEM FOR MORE.))
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Judy Thompson is one of them. A member since 19-64, she considers First Baptist her second home. She's now heading up the rebuilding effort.
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((JUDY THOMPSON/FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MEMBER; MY CHILDREN GREW UP HERE MY LATE HUSBAND WAS A MEMBER HERE WAS AS DEACON HERE YOU KNOW IT'S JUST A LOT OF MEMORIES, A LOT OF MEMORIES.))
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And there will be more made in the future says Pastor Stephenson. Already, an outpouring of local support is making picking up the pieces a little easier.
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((ITS BEEN REALLY GOOD AND ENCOURAGING BECAUSE WE'VE HAD A LOT OF PEOPLE CONTACT US FROM THE COMMUNITY NOT ONLY THE CHURCHES BUT THE LOCAL PEOPLE HAVE COME BY AND ENCOURAGED US AND SAID THEIR PRAYING FOR US.))
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((JUDY THOMPSON/FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MEMBER; PASTORS FROM THE OTHER CHURCHES HAVE COME BY AND OFFERED THEIR BUILDINGS TO US TO USE IF WE NEED TO ITS JUST HEARTWARMING. ))
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For now, the congregation is transforming its Fellowship Hall into a place for worship. Pastor Stephenson says it may be temporary or permanent while they decide to on how to rebuild.
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((JUDY THOMPSON/FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MEMBER; A LOT OF TIMES IT TAKES A TRAGEDY TO DRAW YOU CLOSER TOGETHER AND I BELIEVE THAT'S WHAT WILL HAPPEN HERE.))
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Services are scheduled for 11 a-m this Sunday. Jean, damage is still being calcualted...one cost estimate is about 7-hundred thousand dollars. Some good news in all of this is that the church's
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insurance should cover the rebuilding.

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If you plan to spend any time at Virginia Beach this summer, chances are someone will be watching.
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The oceanfront city is rolling out its new facial recognition technology system this weekend.
The camera captures 80 points on the face and then coverts those points to a digital system.
The image is then matched to a database of felons, missing people, and others in whom law enforcement has an interest.
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((GREG MULLEN/VIRGINIA BEACH POLICE DEPT.: IF A TERRORIST IS HERE AND WE HAVE THEM IN A DATABASE, I THINK WE HAVE AN OPTION OF LOCATING THEM THAT WE DIDN'T HAVE BEFORE.)) ((TERRY DAVIS/VIRGINIA BEACH VISITOR: I THINK THAT THE PEOPLE WHO DO HAVE SOMETHING TO HIDE WOULD FEEL A LITTLE MORE LEERY ABOUT COMING OUT HERE NOW IF THEY KNOW THERE'S SUCH A TECHNOLOGY IN PLACE.))
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Three million faces are expected to pass by the oceanfront cameras this summer.
The facial recognition technology is linked to three cameras, but the other ten cameras at the beachfront can be hooked up to the system.
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The fireworks came to Wall Street a day late, with some of the biggest one-day gains in months. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The Dow surged more than 324 points .. NASDAQ soared 68 points, almost 5 percent.
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[Auction]


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It's an estate sale like few others. Literally thousands of antique vases, clocks, and pieces of furniture are on the auction block in Lexington. Richard Lesko has more on an unusual auction.
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For nearly 70 years, Jack Roberson collected antiques of all kinds and stored them at his house on Jefferson Street. He died more than a month ago, now his prized collection is up for sale.
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((JEAN DUNBAR; JACK HAD THIS AMAZING EYE. YOU COULD GO TO A SALE WITH HIM, WALK THROUGH, TELL YOURSELF THERE WAS NOTHING THERE, AND HE WOULD BID ON THE ONE FANTASTIC THING THAT YOU MISSED.))
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Even the house has historical significance; it was built in the 18th century as a Methodist Church. But now it's what was inside the home, and all the outbuildings that's drawing a crowd. Roberson collected one of a kind items, such as china belonging to Stonewall Jackson. As for the collection, friends say it was Jack's life.
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((ELIZABETH KEEVAN/ROBERSON'S SISER; WHEN HE DIED, WHEN HE WENT TO HEAVEN, HE WAS GOING TO COME BACK AS AN ANGEL WITH LITTLE WHITE FUZZY WINGS, AND TAKE ALL OF THIS STUFF WITH HIM. THAT'S THE CHARACTER HE WAS...))
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Many say Roberson would never sell anything, to anybody. Friends wanted the chance to buy something to remember him, and other were looking for historical documents about the region.
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((LORETTA HIRSCHFELD; I CONSIDERED HIM TO BE A DEAR FRIEND AND JUST WANTED A MOMENTO, SO THIS WAS IT.))
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((DOROTHY BLACKWELL/ROCKBRIDGE HISTORICAL SOCIETY; IT'S A LAND GRANT FROM ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY FROM WHEN MONROE WAS PRESIDENT, AND I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT THAT WE KEEP ARTIFACTS LIKE THIS IN THE COUNTY, AND THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTY HERE.))
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Now the collection is being broken up piece by piece, and friends say Roberson would have enjoyed walking through the sale, and finding that one fantastic piece.
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((JEAN DUNBAR; IT'S A SHAME HE COULDN'T BE HERE FOR THIS SALE, BECAUSE HE WOULD HAVE REALLY ENJOYED IT.))
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You still have a chance to bid on part of collection 70 years in the making. The auction continues Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Richard Lesko, News 7, Lexington.))


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The Express and Daniel Berthiaume part ways, the baseball world bids farewell to a legend,
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after a rain delay yesterday psoponed qualifying, the winston cup drivers finally get in their laps today for the Pepsi 400.
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The man considered by many to be the greatest hitter in the game of baseball has died.
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Former Boston Red Sox star Ted Williams passed away from congestive heart failure today at the age of 83.
Williams was a six time American League batting champion and a two time A-L Most Valuble Player. He was also the last man to bat four hundred in a major league season.
He played 19 years with the Red Sox, but his career was interupted twice for military service in World War Two and Korea.
He retired after the 1960 season with a .344 average and 521 home runs.
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The second half of the Winston Cup season begins tomorrow nkght with the Pepsi 400 at Daytona International Sppedway. Qualifying for the race was 10 o'clock this morning
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Winston Cup points leader Sterling Marlin was the 16th car out o the track and he would qualify 20th in the Coors Light Dodge.
Dale Earnhardt Junior was schedule to hit the track at 30th and he puts the Bud Chevrolet in the number nine starting spot.
Right after Earnhardt Junior qualified, Kevin Harvick went out in the GM Goodwrench Chevy and won his first career Bud pole with a speed of 185.040 miles an hour.
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Geoffrey Bodine was the suprise of the day qualyfing second, now your starting lineup.
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Now Stacy Compton qualified 33rd in the Conseco Pontiac. But, THursday, NASCAR officials announced that Stacy's sixth place qualifying run for the Busch Series Stacker/GNC Live Well 250 tonight. Instead of starting 6th, Compton took the first provisional and will start 37th.
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An era has ended with the Roanoke Express Hockey team. Longtime veteran golaie goalie Daniel Berthiaume will not play again for the Express.
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The Express has decided not to re-sign Berthiaume. The former NHL goalie spent six seasons with the Express and was one of the top five goalies in the entire ECHL each season in Roanoke except last year. He is the all time wins leader for Express goalies with over 130 victories.
Berthiaume, who is 36 years of age, was hoping to play one or two more seasons for the Express and then retire.
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Now three other ECHL teams have voiced interest in signing Berthiaume. Greensboro has offered him a contract and Tol

edo and Wheeling coach John Brophy have also spoken to Berthiaume.[S-Vick]


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Former Tech quarterback and now Atlanta Falcons number one signal caller Michael Vick spent part of last week ay William and Mary's Nike Colonial all pro football camp.
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One of the things Vick talked about was the fact that he will be working with former San Francisco 49ers all pro quarterback Steve Young.
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