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Today on News 7 at 5, authorites say a missing five year old girl was murdered. Now they are afraid the killer may strike again.
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Also a nurse in Texas is charged with the deaths of four of her patients.
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Nothing really special about this forecast from a drought perspective. Only hit and miss thunderstorms over the next 7 days.

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The Governor wants to see Virginians get serious about the drought.
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Joy Sutton will look at the options available to kidney stone patients.
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Plus we'll tell you how an inventor 100 years ago is still giving a cold shoulder to Americans today.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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The body of a little girl is identified as missing California five year old Samantha Runnion.
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((WE BELIEVE SHE WAS SEXUALLY ASSAULTED. YES THERE WAS TRUMA TO THE BODY.))
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Now the search is on for her killer.
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Police have confirmed that the body found in the rugged area of Southern California is Samantha Runnion- and they fear her abductor may strike again.
Chris Lawrence is following the story-
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((Police say Samantha Runnion's killer sexually assaulted her, then left 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: "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. ))

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A former nurse in northern Texas could soon be looking at more charges in connection with the deaths of hospital patients.
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Vickie Dawn Jackson was charged this week with killing four patients at Nocona General Hospital.
A prosecutor says the 36-year-old woman is also suspected in the deaths of at least 16 others.
She is accused of giving them a drug that stops their breathing.
No motive was disclosed.
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Just what went wrong in U-S intelligence leading up to September 11th?
A report released today found a host of problems within the C-I-A, the F-B-I and the National Security Agency.
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((REP. JANE HARMAN/D-CALIFORNIA: SEVERAL OF THE 9-11 HIJACKERS WERE ALLOWED TO ENTER AND LEAVE THE US ALTHOUGH THE CIA BELIEVED THEY POSED A TERRORIST THREAT IN THE US. ))
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The report says the CIA did not conduct enough spy operations- It said a key problem for all agencies is a lack of linguists to translate terrorist communications.
It also says Congress must shoulder some of the responsibility.
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((REP. SAXBY CHAMBLISS/R- GEORGIA: WE HAVE NOT GIVEN THE RESOURCES OF THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITYT AHT THEY'VE ASKED FOR IN EACH AND EVERY BUDGET YEAR.))
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A congressional subcommittee released the report today.

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Governor Mark Warner is calling upon Virginians to take shorter showers.
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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 to enlist their help in encouraging water conservation.
Warner says mandatory statewide restrictions may become necessary if the drought persists.
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State officials report Danville and the Shenandoah Valley among the areas hardest-hit by the drought.
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Doctors across the nation call our region the Kidney Stone Belt. Up next on the newscast Joy Sutton will have more on this painful problem.
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Also we will see where you can experience outdoor camping without leaving a local city.
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Our region of the country is known as the stone belt --not because of all of the mountains --but because more people get kidney stones here than in any other part of the nation.
While doctors are not exactly sure why...they believe weather might be factor...
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Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has some advice on how you can avoid getting them.
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Jean,
This is just one more reason to drink plenty of water.
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If you've never had a kidney stone -- many women describe the pain as similar to labor.
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This is the kidney stone that ultimately caused Betty Semones so much pain.
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((KIDNEY STONES CAN BE VERY SERIOUS. YOU CAN HAVE EXTREMELY BAD INFECTIONS DO TO KIDNEY STONES AND ACTUALLY YOU HAVE KIDNEY STONES THAT WILL ENTIRELY BLOCK THE KIDNEY AND CAUSE THE KIDNEY TO DIE)) [RUNS11]
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Some of the symptoms of kidney stones include sudden and severe pain in the side, bloody urine, infections, nausea, and frequent burning urination.
Kidney stones are usually made out calcium.. and range in size from a grain of sand to several inches.
Semones had a large one, she couldn't pass it on her own.
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((A LOT OF TIMES YOU'RE NOT ABLE TO PASS KIDNEY STONES THEN WE'LL DO THINGS LIKE LITHOTRIPSY WHERE WE USE SHOCK WAVES TO HELP BREAK THE KIDNEY STONE UP)) [RUNS08]
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But in most cases they can be avoided.
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((I TELL PEOPLE IT'S LIKE MAKING ROCK CANDY IF YOUR URINE IS REALLY CONCENTRATED THAN ALL THE CRYSTALS COME TOGETHER AND FORM A STONE. SO THE KEY IS TO KEEP IT REALLY DILUTED AND CLEAR AND THE KIDNEY STONE WON'T BE ABLE TO FORM)) [RUNS11]
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Semones says she's doing whatever it take to never have to experience that type of pain again.
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((I CUT DOWN MOST OF THE CAFFEINE I'D BEEN DRINKING AND SOFT DRINKS, JUST DRINKING LOTS AND LOTS OF WATER)) [RUNS07]
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Kidney stones can run in families. So if you notice any of the symptoms it's best to consult a doctor.
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Jean,

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Cafeteria food will be getting a whole lot better for students in Bedford County this fall.
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Food service managers for all of the county's schools got a one-day lesson today in preparing more appealing.. and more nutritional.. meals.
Schools will still offer the traditional pizza, french fries and chicken nuggets.. but staff members hope kids will also start choosing salads and healthy sandwich wraps.
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((DIANE SHANNON/LIBERTY U. CHEFS MANAGER: WHAT THEY'RE TRYING TO DO IS INCREASE THE KNOWLEDGE, INCREASE THE KIDS' EXPOSURE TO HEALTHY THINGS, AND PROVIDE THEM A HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE THAT LOOKS LIKE SOMETHING THAT'S GOING TO BE FUN THAT THEY'RE GOING TO WANT TO EAT.)) ((KATHY KERN/BEDFORD CO. SCHOOLS NUTRITION SUPERVISOR: I THINK EVERYTHING'S PRESENTATION, AND SOMETIMES JUST LET THEM DO SOME SAMPLING. WE HAVE A LOT OF CHILDREN TAKING SALADS, BUT WE'D LIKE TO INCREASE THAT.))
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Food managers also got lessons in the use of cutlery and basic sanitation skills.
The chefs were volunteers from the Liberty University food service staff.
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When most of us think about going camping, we think about loading the car and driving out to the middle of nowhere.
But as Steve Pardon tells us, there is a nice campground right in a local city.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will celebrate the 100th birthday of something you are probably using right now.


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Then a little later we will see why members of the Salem Avalance say things are going to change.
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The world is celebrating a centennial today.
The air conditioner was invented on this date in 1902.
As Drew Levinson reports it was one of the 20th century's coolest inventions.
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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.

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"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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The stock markets were a little kinder to investors today. We'll tell you why coming up next,
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then a little bit later, a real power struggle at one of the Disney parks today.
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On Wall Street today, some encouraging news in second-quarter profit reports helped give buyers the courage to stay in the stock markets.
Alexis Christoforous reports.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your two minute ticker which starts on the diamond. The Salem Avalanche is 11 and 13 so far in the second half of the Carolina League Season.
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The Avs have won only three of their last ten games and is currently in third place in the four team Southern Division. To repeat as league champions, some things have to change.
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The Salem Avalanche meets Potomac tonight in game 3 of a four game set at Salem Memorial. This morning, the Avs kicked off a three day baseball
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camp in conjunction with Rip City Training Center. About 70 youngsters were on hand to learn some baseball fundamentals. Staffed by Avalanche players and Rip City employees, the camp runs through Friday.
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The Detroit Red Wings watched Scotty Bowman retire in June after winning three Stanley Cups for the 2002 champs. Today, the organization hired Red Wings 14 year assistant Dave Lewis as his replacement.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, the Avalanche joins forces with Rip City for its' annual baseball camp and Travis Wells shows us some very special momentos being passed around at the Softball World Series, see ya then.

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Evidently EPCOT now stands for Electric Power Cut Off Today.
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The Walt Disney World theme park had to shut down today when it lost power.
Visitors were turned away this morning-
An engineer reports an overnight fire at a electrical generation building was the culprit. It took only ten minutes for firefighters to put it out, and the fire caused little damage. But it still caused power outages at Epcot, the Caribbean Beach Club and Disney Vacation Club.
Epcot officials plan to open the park at the regular time tomorrow.
In the meantime, Disney is honoring Epcot tickets at its other theme parks.
Epcot Center has been closed only twice before -- after the terrorist attacks on September eleventh, and in 1999, when Hurricane Floyd threatened Florida.
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