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Today on News 7 at 5, a special prosecutor says police officers in Danville did NOT do anything wrong when they fatally shot a 67 year old man.
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Also authorities are searching for another young girl kidnapped from her home.
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The forecast calls for warmer readings each day through Thursday. Our chances for showers are slim at best tomorrow.

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Also D-Day veterans come to the aid of the man who helped build a memorial to them.
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Construction workers in Colorado make a Mammoth discovery.
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Plus we will see what some people want to build to replace the Twin Towers. News 7 at Five is next.


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Former House Speaker Vance Wilkins called it quits today after nearly a quarter of a century in the House of Delegates.
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In a letter sent this morning to supporters and Republican leaders, Wilkins announced he will give up his seat on August 15th.
Wilkins has represented Amherst in the General Assembly for more than 24 years.
The 65-year-old lawmaker said the decision to step down was "very difficult" and that he received many calls and letters urging him to keep his job.
Democratic Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine said today Wilkins made the right decision.
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Wilkins became the state's first Republican Speaker two years ago.
Last month he resigned as Speaker after admitting to paying 100-thousand dollars to settle a sexual harassment suit.
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A strange coincidence this afternoon in downtown Roanoke -- two accidents involving pedestrians, on the same street.
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Both happened just outside the bus depot on Campbell Avenue..
First, a Valley Metro bus on its way out of the depot ran into a man crossing the street.
He was taken to Roanoke Memorial where he's in good condition tonight.
Police are not charging the driver of that bus, because the victim was not in a cross-walk.
About 15 minutes later a woman backing her minivan out of a parking space struck another man.
Rescue crews treated him at the scene for minor injuries..
Campbell Avenue was closed for about a half-hour this afternoon... it's now re-opened.
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[5-Police-Shooting]


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Danville police did "not" use excessive force when they shot and killed an elderly man during a May standoff in his apartment.
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That's the opinion of a special prosecutor who reviewed the facts in the shooting death of 67-year-old Rennie Hunt.
Don Caldwell says three officers fired 21 shots, four of which struck Hunt.. he had charged at police armed with a cane and a screwdriver.
Caldwell says police thought the screwdriver was a knife.. and in any event, were justified in using deadly force to stop Hunt.
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((DON CALDWELL/SPECIAL PROSECUTOR: WOULD YOU LINE UP FOR ME TO STAB YOU WITH A SCREWDRIVER? WOULD YOU VOLUNTEER FOR THAT? I DON'T THINK WE ASK OUR POLICE OFFICERS, WHO INCIDENTALLY ARE ALSO MEMBERS OF OUR COMMUNITY, WE DON'T ASK THEM TO SACRIFICE THEIR PERSONAL HEALTH OR SAFETY IN THE LINE OF THEIR DUTY.))
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Caldwell says anyone who's not satisfied with his ruling should contact the Justice Department to have the matter investigated further.
The three officers who fired their weapons that night have been returned to active duty.
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The day a deputy U-S Marshal was busted for possession of crack cocaine, his wife and daughter confronted the government's key witness against him.
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Assault charges against Keisha and Lois Bruer were tried today. The victim, Loren Greene, was in court but was not called to testify. One witness called it a "cat fight" ...two women against one.
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((SHE WENT INTO THE BACK OF LOREN. THEY GOT HER DOWN. SHE KNOCKED HER DOWN. RUNNING A BLOCK.))
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Clendenin (clen-DEN-in) and others testified they heard both of the Bruer women say "she set him up," referring to Green. Testimony today indicated Loren Green lived in the same apartment complex with Deputy Marshal JOE Bruer... that they even shared an apartment at Carolina Forest for a couple of months. Judge Vince Lilley threw out the charge of attempting to intimidate a witness. He found Lois and Keisha Bruer guilty of assault and fined them each ONE dollar. JOE Bruer waived his right to a preliminary hearing, so his case goes on to Circuit Court.
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[5-Child-Abduction]


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Authorities in California are searching for a five year old girl who was taken from
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her front yard yesterday. Samantha Runnion was playing with a friend in the front yard of her home when a man drove up in a light green Honda. He got out saying that he needed help finding his dog. The man got close to the girls and grabbed Samantha. He then forced her into his car and drove off.
Today her mother pleaded for the girl's safe return.
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(("UM, SAMANTHA, IF YOU ARE WATCHING, BABY-I LOVE YOU. YOU ARE SUCH A GOOD GIRL. YOU ARE SO CLEVER. PLEASE ASK YOUR CAPTOR TO LET YOU GO. WE LOVE YOU. SHE IS MY SIE LITO LINDO. PLEASE LET HER GO. SHE IS SUCH A SWEET CHILD. ))
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The girl's grandmother was inside the apartment when the abduction occurred; her mother and stepfather were both at work.
The girl's biological father lives in Massachusetts and police have already contacted him.

[5-Iverson]


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Basketball star Allen Iverson turned himself in to police early this morning .
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Vehicles left Iverson's mansion at about five this morning.
Prosecutors are charging the Philadelphia 76ers guard with assault and other charges related to an incident over a week ago.
The NBA star has been accused of pushing his way into his cousin's apartment, threatening two men and demanding that they tell him where he could find his wife.
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Iverson's attorney told reporters outside police headquarters that Iverson will plead not guilty to the charges.
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Still to come on the newscast, we will spy on a new museum in Washington, DC,
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and we will get a glimpse of some the buildings suggested to replace the World Trade Center.
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[5-Homeland-Security]


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President Bush has handed lawmakers his new blueprint for homeland security.
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He says this plan will replace the current patchwork of communication.
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((THIS COMPREHENSIVE PLAN LAYS OUT CLEAR LINES OF AUTHORITY AND CLEAR RESPONSIBILITIES REPONSIBILITIES FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES, GOVERNORS, MAYORS, COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS LEADERS AND THE AMERICAN CITIZENS.))
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The 100 page plan would establish red teams of intelligence- expert teams that would act like terrorists plotting attacks on American targets to help Americans realize where they're vulnerable.
It would also increase inspections of international shipping containers- and better regulate drivers licenses.
It will also allow for better communication between government agencies.
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[5-WTC]


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It's been ten months since the attacks on the World Trade Center- Today six proposals to rebuild the site are unveiled in New York.
All feature memorials to the victims killed last September.... Drew Levinson takes a look at what may go up where the towers once stood.
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((EACH BOARD FOR EACH PLAN HAS THE SITE PLAN.
They are six proposals with one goal---to rebuild where the World Trade Center once stood.

After terrorists destroyed the twin towers, killing thousands of people--there were questions as to whether anything should be rebuilt on the 16 acre site--now known around the world as ground zero. JOHN WHITEHEAD/LOWER MANHATTAN DEVELOPMENT CORP: "IT IS NOW NOT A QUESTION OF WHETHER, BUT A QUESTION OF HOW. So far the ideas are simply conceptions, there are no specific designs yet--that will be up the architects. All feature a cluster of buildings. Some of the plans call for soaring towers...others...a number of smaller buildings. They include office, retail, cultural and hotel space. But most importantly they all set aside an area to remember the victims. JOHN WHITHEAD: "EACH PLAN BEGINS WITH A MEMORIAL, ACKNOWLEDGING THAT AS WE REBUILD WE MUST REMEMBER." Some groups representing victims' families view the ground where the towers stood as sacred and should not be used for anything but a memorial. But developers maintain the land is too valuable. And they say to not build--would send a message that the terrorists won. LOU TOMSON/LOWER MANHATTAN DEVELOPMENT CORP.: WHAT WE CREATE TOGETHER WILL BE A TESTAMENT TO, BE CONSISTANT WITH THE PRINCIPLE THAT CAME UNDER ATTACK ON SEPTEMBER 11TH, DEMOCRACY. DREW LEVINSON REPORTING: THE SIX LAND-USE PROPOSALS WILL EVENTUALLY BE NARROWED TO ONE BY DECEMBER. THERE'S NO DATE YET ON WHEN GROUND WILL BE BROKEN HERE AT GROUND ZERO. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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D-Day veterans are storming to rescue of the National D-Day Memorial Foundation's former president.
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Veteran Hugh Wills has collected more than eight thousand dollars to help Richard Burrow fight fraud charges.
Two weeks ago, Wills sent a letter to 500 veterans from the 29th Division, asking for their help.
Since then, 70 have answered with checks and cash.
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((HUGH WILLS/BURROW LEGAL FUND: THEY IDENTIFY WITH RICHARD AS HAVING DONE A GREAT JOB GETTING THE MEMORIAL UP AND NOW THAT HE'S IN TROUBLE, THEY'RE SYMPATHETIC AND WANT TO HELP ... SOME WITH $1,000 AND SOME WITH $3.... $3 BEING THE LOWEST AND $1,000 THE GREATEST.))
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The 25-million-dollar D-Day Memorial is 5-million dollars in debt.
Burrow is charged with lying to donors and lenders to secure funding for the memorial.
His trial is set for September Third in Lynchburg.
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Coming up next on the newscast, construction workers find the remains of a prehistoric Mammoth
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and on Wall Street, it was another volatile session with the major markets posting wild swings. We'll see where they finished a little later.
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Workers outside Denver stumbled onto a rare find yesterday. It appears it is what is left of a Columbian Mammoth that made its home there some 50 thousand years ago.
Jennifer Miller has more.
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((IN THE WORLD OF PALEONTOLOGY.... THIS IS WHERE CONSTRUCTION CREWS -- DIGGING A ROAD -- STRUCK GOLD.

SOT, there's something right down here. I just hit something.


WHAT CREWS FIRST THOUGHT WAS A LOG ... TURNED OUT TO BE IVORY. THE TUSK ...LIKELY FROM A FULL-GROWN COLUMBIAN MAMMOTH ... STRETCHED 14-FEET LONG AND WAS BROKEN IN TWO.

SOT, I think it's amazing.

look at that.
MILLER STANDUP: THE COLUMBIAN MAMMOTH IS A COUSIN OF THE WOOLY MAMMOTH. BUT IT LIVED IN WARMER CLIMATES, ROAMED THE WESTERN UNITED STATES 100S OF THOUSANDS OF YEARS BEFORE THE WOOLY ARRIVED AND ... WAS MUCH BIGGER .... PROBABLY LARGER THAN A MODERN DAY AFRICAN ELEPHANT ... WITH TUSKS WEIGHING 200 POUNDS.

(SOT, this is an extremely large animal this tusk is massive.)



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MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS ARE PUTTING THE TUSK IN A CAST ... SO THEY CAN TAKE IT TO THE DENVER MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE AND DETERMINE ITS AGE. THEY ALSO WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WHEN AND WHERE THE MAMMOTH LIVED ... AND HOW IT DIED.

(SOT WITH DR. RUSS GRAHAM/ CHIEF CURATOR DENVER MUSEUM OF NATURE AND

SCIENCE) "If we can understand we understand the mechanisms that caused that extinction, it will tell us more about what we may face and the animals and plants of the earth may face with future global warming."
IN THE MEANTIME ... CREWS WILL REMAIN ON THE MAMMOTH SITE ... IN CASE ANY OF HIS FRIENDS SHOW UP. JENNIFER MILLER CBS NEWS, DENVER.))

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Coming up today in Sports, we will meet a member of the Salem Avalanche who is trying hard to catch on in the majors,


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and following that we will see what some Chinese zoo keepers are doing to save the pandas.
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A complete lack of investor confidence sent stocks lower again. The Dow Jones industrial average suffered its first seven-day sell-off since June of 1984.
Alexis Christoforous reports.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Tuesday ticker that is full of changes for the Roanoke Express. Back at the end of May - Steve Mason reported that the Express was changing its logo and turning back the clock to the old days.
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Today we got a look at the new logo, and fans will notice that it is a lot like the original logo the team used during the Express's inaugural season in 1993. The team also is changing colors for its 10th anniversary season. The new team dud will feature black, red and gray. The Express also took time this morning to announce a new affiliation with both the Norfolk Admirals and the Chicago Blackhawks.
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Along those lines Perry Florio - the head coach and GM commented on his somewhat tumultuous off-season. His comments tonight at six.
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The Salem Avalanche is looking to snap out of its 5 game losing skid tonight as it hosts Potomac in game two of this four game series.
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While getting out of a slump and ultimately winning a championship like the Avs did last year is important, developing the players is at the top of the list in the minor leagues.
Salem rookie catcher Jeff Winchester is making strides at his position and even though the man behind the plate rarely gets noticed, he is arguably the most important player on the field.
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While the catcher gets a lot of respect in the club house, he often pays a physical price. His position puts tremendous strain on his knees and tagging runners sprinting home can also be dangerous.
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Much more at the top of the hour including highlights of the Orioles 6-to-1 win over the Mariners this afternoon. Have a safe night everybody.

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Spies real and imagined are gather in a new museum in the nation's capitol.
Aleen Sirgany cracked the new espionage museum and got a top secret preview.
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((IT SHOULD COME AS NO SURPRISE THAT AT THE INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM, THERE IS A BUG ON THE WALL.
JENNIFER SAXON/INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM (QUICK!) The fly is on the wall just like you'd want to be a fly, listening in.
TRACK: SO LITERALLY, THE WALLS HAVE EARS. THE NEW MUSEUM IN WASHINGTON, DC, IS THE FIRST IN THE COUNTRY DEVOTED TO ESPIONAGE... REAL AND FICTIONAL.

SOT: PETER EARNEST/ EXEC. DIR., INTERATIONAL SPY MUSEUM

This is the only museum where you can come and see a picture of Aldrich Ames and Austin Powers, the only museum with a display case on assassination weapons and a working Aston Martin.

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SOT: VOICE OF: JENNIFER SAXON/INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM

The car is a recreation of the Astin Martin that you'd see in the movie goldfinger. It has all of it's working gadgets.

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TRACK: AND THERE'S A WATCH THAT'S REALLY A CAMERA, A SHOE BRUSH THAT'S REALLY A LISTENING DEVICE, AND ENTIRE WALLS OF THINGS THAT ARE NOT AS THEY SEEM.

SOT: OLEG KALUGIN/FORMER KGB CHIEF

It's very true to life because all of the gadgets are real, no fakes at all.
SOME OF THE 11-HUNDRED EXHIBITS TAKE YOU BACK IN TIME.

(STAND-UP: )

IN PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST AMBITIOUS MISSIONS OF THE COLD WAR, BRITISH AND AMERICAN AGENTS BUILD A TUNNEL LIKE THIS ONE, SEPARATING EAST AND WEST BERLIN. THEY USED SANDBAGS LIKE THESE TO TRY TO PROTECT THEMSELVES. AND FROM WITHIN THE TUNNEL THE CIA TAPPED INTO SOVIET PHONE LINES BUT THE SOVIETS KNEW ABOUT IT THE ENTIRE TIME AND THE ENTIRE MISSION BACKFIRED.)

SOT: ADM. STANSFIELD TURNER/FMR. CIA DIRECTOR

We the public spend a lot of money on intelligence, we often hear about it's failures. We ought to know more about it.
AND YOU CAN LEARN ALL ABOUT IT, THROUGH MOVIES AND INTERACTIVE EXHIBITS.
NAT: Movie I SPY/from museum: TRACK: IT BRINGS A WHOLE NEW MEANING TO THE PHRASE "I SPY". ALEEN SIRGANY ...CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.)

[5-Pandas]


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They may not be giants now, but zoo keepers in China have big hopes for twin baby pandas born last week.
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Twin giant pandas were born at the Wolong Giant Panda Protection Research Centre last Friday.
Ying Ying, their mother was in good health after giving birth to the twins who weighed around around 160 grams each.

One of the pandas will have to be raised by zoo keepers as pandas do not give birth to twins naturally and so choose only one offspring to nurture.
Since 1999, more than 30 giant pandas have been born in the Wolong centre and more than 20 have survived.
There are only around 1,000 pandas left in the wild.
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