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Coming up on News 7-
The officer involved in a caught on tape arrest will surrender.
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Investigators warn a man who killed a five year old could strike again-
An accident kills a local woman- Details ahead.
And a topless car wash is causing some people to blow their top.
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News 7 is next.

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Police send out a warning- the man who killed a 5 year old California girl- is likely a serial rapist and killer who will strike again.
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((THE WAY THE BODY WAS FOUND.. ALMOST A CALLING CARD. A CHALLENGE. I'M HERE I'M COMING BACK AGAIN.))
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Now the manhunt is on for a suspect-
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
It started out as a case of one missing child- but that young girl was found murdered- Now investigators have put out a statewide alert in California- saying the killer could strike again.
As Chris Lawrence reports parents are on edge across California.
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((POLICE HAVE CONFIRMED THAT THE BODY FOUND IN A RUGGED AREA IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA IS SAMANTHA RUNNION...AND THE LITTLE FIVE YEAR OLD GIRL WAS ASPHYXIATED AFTER BEING SEXUALLY ASSAULTED. NOW POLICE FEAR HER ABDUCTOR MAY STRIKE AGAIN. CHRIS LAWRENCE HAS THE LATEST. Police say Samantha Runnion's killer spent several hours with the little girl... sexually assaulted her, then killed her by asphyxiation...leaving her body in plain sight. Criminal profilers say that kind of arrogance..suggests the killer will do it again, possibly soon. MIKE CARONA/ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF "WE BELIEVE HE IS A SERIAL RAPIST AND PERHAPS A SERIAL KILLER AND WOULD STRIKE AGAIN." In Samantha's neighborhood, kids have come back out to play, but nothing is the same. This woman has 2 daughter's, one just a few years older than Samantha. Pam (NO LAST NAME PROVIDED) "I just said you guys are not getting out of my sight, you are staying right by me, until this guy is caught." Grief counselors have arrived to help and say everyone who lives here is a victim. Sandy Hill/Grief Counselor "this was their safe haven and Samantha was the child taken, but it could have been any of them." On Sunday Samantha was playing with a friend at a condo complex, when the man kidnapped the screaming girl..her body was later discovered in a field. Now police are promising to hunt down the killer. MIKE CARONA/ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF. "don't sleep...don't eat..we are coming after you.))

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A Salem woman died today after police say she pulled into the path of a pick-up truck.
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84- year old Ruth Henrickson was hit while pulling out from Dow Hollow Road onto Route 460, near Dixie Caverns in Roanoke County. Witnesses told police the driver of the pick- up tried to avoid the accident-- but was NOT able to stop in time. He is 68-year old Charles Edward Keith of Shawsville. Police say Keith was treated and released from a local hospital. Traffic was diverted for several hours this afternoon-- while police gathered information and crews cleaned up the accident. No charges will be filed.
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You may need to call a plumber but Governor Mark Warner wants you to fix that leaky faucet.
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That's just one of his recommendations for conserving the state's water supply.
Warner says the state is in the midst of a three year drought.
He's urging Virginians to cut down on their water use.
The Governor met with meteorologists across the state today to enlist their help in encouraging water conservation.
Warner says mandatory statewide restrictions may become necessary if the drought persists.
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Danville and the Shenandoah Valley are among the areas hardest-hit by the drought.
The governor's asking all Virginians to pitch in.
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A federal drought disaster declaration will bring federal help to farmers in 20 Virginia counties.
Senator George Allen made the announcement today.
In our area, eligible farmers in Nelson and Appomattox counties can now receive low-interest emergency loans from the Farm Service Agency.
A request to include Bedford, Bland, Rockbridge and Wythe Counties in the declaration is still under consideration.

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It is the second deadly attack in two days for Israel.
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Two suicide bombers blew themselves up seconds apart in Tel Aviv tonight. They killed three people and wounded more than 40.
Most of the city was quiet for the holiday marking the destruction of the ancient Jewish temples- but the bombers apparently knew that.
They picked a busy neighborhood of foreign workers.
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A police officer caught on tape- arresting a teenager- has been indicted.
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A lawyer for officer Jeremy Morse says Morse will surrender tomorrow to face a charge of assault under color of authority.
Morse's actions during the arrest of a 16 year old led to investigations by his department- Los Angeles County prosecutors and the Justice Department.
Morse has been suspended.
Protesters say the officer used excessive force.
Morse's lawyer says an impartial jury will find that the use of force was necessary and he will be acquitted.
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[Dudley]


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The former treasurer of the Altavista Lifesaving Crew will spend 15 months in prison for embezzling from that organization.
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Ed Dudley stole more than 170-thousand dollars from the crew over a four year period.
He's repaid all the money plus interest, and more than a dozen people came to federal court today to testify about Dudley's good character and his years of volunteer work in his community.
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((GLENN BERGER/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: I THINK FOR SOMEONE WHO HAS GIVEN OF THEMSELVES, WHO HAS BEEN CONCERNED ABOUT OTHERS, CONCERNED ABOUT THE COMMUNITY. I THINK THE EMBARRASSMENT THAT THIS CARRIES WITH IT IF YOU LIVE IN A SMALL TOWN AND AS ED SAID 'I'VE APOLOGIZED FOR IT, BUT I'LL PROBABLY APOLOGIZE FOR IT FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.'))
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Dudley was allowed to self-report to federal prison at a later date.
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[Moore]


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A Henry County couple charged with stealing from their church pled NOT guilty today to a two-count federal indictment.
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45-year-old Terry Lynn Moore and his 41-year-old wife Myra are accused of embezzling nearly 100-thousand dollars from the St. Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church in Bassett.
Authorities say over a six-year period, Terry Moore abused his position as the church's treasurer to pay credit card and phone bills and wrote checks to his own printing business.
The Moores are set for trial in September.
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[Hale]


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A woman who worked in the property room at the Roanoke Police Department today admitted she stole cash out of an evidence envelope. Tammy Rolanda Hale pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge of embezzlement. A judge suspended all of a 12-month sentence, but ordered her to pay back the two thousand dollars. The 25 year old former clerk still faces welfare fraud charges in Roanoke County.

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The U-S Post Office is raising money for the families of emergency workers killed September eleventh.
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A ceremony was held at the post office in Callaway to unveil the Heroes of 2001 semi-postal stamp. The *national* ceremony was held last month but officials in Franklin County wanted to hold *own* event.
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((JERRY ROMAGNOLO/CALLAWAY POSTMASTER: WE JUST WANTED TO DO SOMETHING, GET THE COMMUNITY INVOLVED IN THE CAMPAIGN. IT'S BEEN NATIONAL SINCE JUNE SEVENTH AND WE JUST WANTED TO GET THE COMMUNITY INVOLVED.))
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On hand to help celebrate were representatives of the Franklin County Sheriff's Office, Public Safety, Carilion's Lifeguard 10 and a handful of county officials. Carol Mesimer (MEE-sih-mur) even displayed her "Remember Me" quilt in honor of the thousand killed in the terrorist attacks. The stamp costs 45-cents.
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Still ahead on News 7... a nurse is suspected in the deaths of some two dozen patients.
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Plus some area high school students are hitting the books this summer... and getting a tast of college life.
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A nurse is supposed to SAVE lives- but now one nurse faces murder charges. The woman is charged with killing four patients-
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while working at a Texas hospital, but authorities say she could be involved in the deaths of at least 2-dozen people in all. The charges come after an 18-month investigation into numerous deaths - all linked by Jackson.
Last year, ten of the bodies were exhumed for testing. Four bodies that were under Jackson's care had traces of (MY-va- Curium) mivacurium chloride - a drug used to temporarily stop breathing. Several vials of the drug turned up missing at the time of the deaths. Officials are relieved they've made an arrest.
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(( MICHAEL GRAHAM/NOCONA GENERAL HOSPITAL: AS A RESULT OF THIS INVESTIGATION, WE DISCOVERED THAT WE HAD AN ALL EDGED SERIAL KILLER IN OUR HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION.))
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Prosecutors have not said if the deaths were mercy killings- Jackson remains in jail on two-million dollars bail, while prosecutors wait on autopsy results from other bodies. The district attorney is still deciding whether to seek the death penalty.
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Someone must have really wanted a cigarette.... or the money he could make off of them.
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Police are trying to figure out who broke into two tobacco shops in Chattanooga, Tennessee- or if the two break-ins are even related.
They both happened within about 30 minutes of each other- and in both cases- police say the thieves slammed through a front window with a large vehicle- possibly a U-Haul.
Police say "tobacco shop break- ins" are on the rise - with the cost of cigarettes continuing to go up. Cigarettes are often sold on the black market.
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[Hollinsummer]


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High school students have been touring college campuses for years...
Now they can get a much closer look.
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The "Hollins-summer" program is growing fast..
It brings high school students from around the country to the Hollins campus for two weeks.
During that time the students can choose from a variety of different college-level classes..
They also gain some experience into what being away at college is really like..
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((SHERMANNE MCINNIS/HOLLINS UNIVERSITY"I THINK STUDENTS ARE JUST MORE GEARED TOWARDS LOOKING FOR A COLLEGE AND THEY'RE STARTING EARLIER AND THEY'RE DOING THAT BY ATTENDING THESE CAMPS"))
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90 students from around the country traveled to Hollins this year -- that's more than triple the number that came last year.
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Speaking of schools... today's cafeteria meals are becomming more nutritious.. and appealing.
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That's the goal in Bedford County where about 30 food service managers got a lesson today in preparing fun and healthy foods for kids to eat.
The old staples of hotdogs and french fries will still be offered.. but administrators hope to get students hooked on more nutritious foods too.
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((KATHY KERN/BEDFORD CO. SCHOOL NUTRITION SUPERVISOR: WE'RE CONCERNED ABOUT THE CHILDRENS' DIETS, THE HIGH FAT. WE REALLY BELIEVE WHAT WE OFFER IN OUR PROGRAM IS REALLY HEALTHY FOR OUR CHILDREN BECAUSE WE DO NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS ON OUR MENUS SO WE'RE REALLY AT OUR TARGET GOAL.))
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Kern says the key is to make the healthy foods as appealing as possible- some examples- colorful salads and the ever-popular sandwich wraps.
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Next on News 7, find out about an anniversary we all can appreciate during this hot summer.
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And later see why an Idaho car wash is turning heads and turning some people against the town council.
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Folks across the country should be singing Willis Carrier's praises today.
Back in 1902, he had a cool idea that's probably in use in your home right now.
Drew Levinson explains.
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(("HOW MUCH DO YOU LOVE THAT AIR CONDITONER? AHHHH, IT IS MY BEST FRIEND." "I LOVE IT RIGHT NOW, WHEN IT IS OVER 85, 90 DEGREES, I LOVE THE AIR CONDITIONER." Imagine life with it. Millions wouldn't have migrated below the mason dixon line to cities like ot and humid Houston. Hockey wouldn't be played in places like Phoenix And what would Sin City be like without a cool hand? These days, most of us don't give the air conditioner a second thought--but 100 years ago a man named Willis Carrier gave it more than just a thought--he invented it.
(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON )

"IT WAS 1902--OVER THERE IN BROOKLYN, A PRINTER WAS HOT UNDER THE COLLAR BECAUSE THE HEAT AND HUMIDITY INSIDE HIS PLANT WOULDN'T ALLOW HIM TO PRINT A DECENT COLOR IMAGE. SO IN HIS OWN SORT OF WAY--CARRIER GOT THE MAN TO CHILL OUT." That's when he installed the chiller-- as it was called back then. Carrier's invention allowed him to scientifically control the temperature and humidity inside. In 1924 Detroit's J.L. Hudson department store had shoppers flocking there to cool off. New York's Rivoli Theater advertised it's cool comfort inside. By the 30s Carrier was helping cool off the hot heads in Congress. He was the first to put A.C. in a car...a convenience most drivers have today.
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"IF I DIDN'T I'D BE REALLY SWEATING HERE, HEE, HEE, HEE." It's been a cool century--and if he could--this man knows what he'd say to Willis Carrier.
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"I'D SAY THANKS FOR A NICE INVENTION" Apparently--the air conditioning man has a lot of fans. Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York.))

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Avalanche/Potomac highlights, Major League Baseball and the Red Wings replace Scotty Bowman, but first tonight's Extra Point -
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The tour De France rolled on and tragedy hits the event. A seven-year-old boy was killed just before the start of today's stage when he was struck by one of the cars in the Tour's convoy.
Lance Armstrong has remained second overall after the tenth stage. The three-time defending champ finished about four minutes behind stage winner Patrice Halgand of France. Overall leader Igor Gonzalez Galdeano (gal-dee-AHN'-oh) is still 26 seconds in front of Armstrong.
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The Salem Avalanche would try and make it two in a row against the Potomac Cannons last night.
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To Salem Memorial Stadium we go and that is Avs pitcher Kip Bouknight getting five from a little leaguer on the mound.
In the top of the second, no score, Potomac's Jeremy Luster cranks out a two run homer to right field and the Cannons erupt for a 2-nothing lead.
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The Avs Jorge Piedra connects on a triple to right that threads the needle between two Potomac outfielders. Cory Sullivan scores. 2-1. Same inning, designated hitter Brian Peck goes up the middle on the single and Piedra comes home to tie it at 2 and Salem goes on to win 7-6.
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The Avalanche players are giving back to the community with their sixth annual camp this week.
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The club is teaming up with Rip City Training Centers for this week's camp, which gives young kids the chance to feel like pros, at least for a couple of days.
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We start with Major League Baseball and the Braves simply dominating the Florida Marlins.
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Right to the action. Leading 3-nothing in the bottom of the fifth, Atlanta adds to the margin. Gary Sheffield is gonna single to center and that plates Rafael Furcal to make it 4-zip.
Then, Andru Jones connects on a one bagger to the same spot and Matt Franco is gonna come on down to give the Braves a 5 run lead.
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Pitcher Greg Maddux adds salt to wounds with a RBI single to center that scores Jones 7-nothing Braves and they win it 10-0.
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[VO-NAT WIPE TO #ENG!!!!!]
[SUPER=03-Montreal, Canada/Mets vs. Expos; :00]


On to Montreal where the Expos hosted the Mets. In the bottom of the first Vladimir Guerero crushes his 24th homerun of the season over the left field wall and the Expos had the early lead.
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Mike Piazza answered him in the top of the third with his 19th homer on the season and the Mets had the lead coming out of the inning 4-1.
Guerero clocks his 25th dinger of the year in the fourth but not even the all stars hot bat was enough as New York prevails 9-6.
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The NSA Class B Fastpitch Softball World Series is this week. Travis Wells tells us how some young girls are passing the time at the event.
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((Breanne Butterworth and Megan Adkins are not just softball players, they're also day traders, sort of. Not stocks or bonds. No beanie babies or baseball cards here--just pins. These teams design the pins with team logos to be traded at state and national tournaments. With nearly 300 teams on hand for this week's World Series, there are plenty of chances to add to their collections.
Breanne: Marta: Jeff:
And the parents are just as into it as the girls are.
Megan:
While the girls are ultimately here to win, pin collecting softens the blow after a loss.
Tony: Susan:
The coaches enter their team pins in a contest and at the end of the week, a winning pin and logo are selected by the tournament committee. In Salem, Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.))

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Yesterday, the University of Virginia named Rod Jensen as its' new assistant men's basketball coach. Jensen spent the last seven years as the head coach at Boise State where he compiled a 109 and 93 record. Also, Jefferson Forest junior offensive tackle Eddie Pinigis announced that he will accept a full football scholarship at UVa.

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Yesterday, the Detroit Red Wings named 14 year assistant Dave Lewis as the Red Wings new head coach.
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Lewis, a defensive specialist, replaces the legendary Scotty Bowman, who won three of his nine Stanley Cups in hockey rich Detroit.
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[Topless-Ruling]


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It is not a typical car wash in Idaho- it is a topless car wash.. and it's causing quite a controversy.
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[SUPER=03-Moscow, ID]


A bunch of friends got together and started the topless car wash- but some people did not like the idea-
so today Moscow Idaho's city council outlawed topless female car washes and other topless public display by women.


Moments after the vote- some women in the front row took off their shirts in protest- and some walked outside- still partially buff.
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[sot 19:15:27]

((IF THEY THINK THE TALIBAN IS SUPPRESSING WOMAN BY HAVING THEM COVER THEIR FACES FROM PREPUBESENCE... women COVERING THEIR BREASTS FROM PRE-PUBESENCE, IT'S THE SAME. THIS IS EXACTLY THE SAME.))
[BUTT TO SOT 19:15:10]
[IN Q=]

((I THINK WE HAVE TO REALIZE WE DON'T LIVE IN A REGIME THAT SUPPRESSES A WOMAN'S ABILITY TO EXPRESS HERSELF. IF A WOMAN WANTS TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES LET THEM EXPRESS THEMSELVES. SO BE IT.))
[Super=01-Amanda Didier/Moscow, ID Resident; 00]
[SUPER=01-Garrett Clevenger/Moscow, ID Resident; 17]
[RUNS=28]
[OUT Q=so be it.]
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[VO-NAT 09 PLUS PAD]


While many outside the meeting were opposed to the new ordinance, council members said most people who contacted them were in favor of outlawing nudity. (------------)