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Another wild day on Wall Street as stocks tumble one more time.
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And an accident ties up Interstate traffic near Salem.
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Scattered but powerful thunderstorms are popping up and dying off rapidly, but leaving their mark. Will there be more tomorrow? Find out in a few minutes.

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A man is found murdered in a park's public restroom. Roanoke police are looking for the killer.
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In Healthcheck today, dealing with migraines is literally a big headache, but there are ways to reduce the risk.
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And Carvins Cove will probably break an unwelcome record tomorrow. News 7 at 5 is next.
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World Com files bankruptcy-
The NewYork Stock Exchange has another roller coaster day-
and many investors become more skiddish than ever.
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((IT'S SCARY QUITE HONESTLY AND I HONESTLY DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN.)) ((WOULD YOU PUT YOUR MONEY IN THE STOCK MARKET? ABSOLUTELY NOT PROBABLY FEEL A LOT SAFER RIGHT NOW JUST PUTTING MONEY INTO THE BANK)) [BITT TO 1:15] ((I'M IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL SO I'M JUST GOING TO SIT IT OUT IT WILL GO BACK UP AGAIN.))
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Some investors are scared- others like that last gentlemen are confidently waiting it out-
Anyone with any money in the stock market is likely keeping a close on on what's going on-
Wall Street had yet another topsy turvy day- plummenting 300 at one point ..coming back up and then closing the day down more than 200 points.
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Drew Levinson is at the New York Stock Exchange with the latest.
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((The closing bell on Wall street sounded and felt more like the end of a 15-round prize fight.
With the sell off continuing from last Friday----the Dow dipped more

than 200 points--then in a Rocky style comeback--bargain hunters helped it claw it's way back to positive numbers--just to be knocked to the mat again. LARRY WACHTEL/Prudential Financial: "THREE HUNDRED POINTS DOWN, THREE HUNDRED POINTS UP, IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THE FINAL HOUR...THERE'S CONVULSIVE ACTIVITY THROUGHOUT THE DAY." After a stunning series of corporate woes-- investors are hesitant to throw their money into a pit of uncertainty. More doubts surfaced when Mississippi based Worldcom --the parent of the MCI telephone company --dialed long distance--and asked a New York bankruptcy judge for help. Riddled by scandal and a 30 billion dollar debt -- the company had to re-organize. JOHN SIDGMORE/WORLDCOM CEO: "WE PLAN ON USING THIS TIME UNDER RE-ORGANIZATION TO REGAIN OUR COMPANY'S STRENGTH, FOCUS, AND OUR INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP." And with all this financial gloom--a bullish President Bush is urging Americans to stick with the market. BUSH: "I'M NOT A STOCKBROKER OR A STOCK PICKER BUT I DO BELIEVE THE FUNDAMENTALS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH ARE FOR REAL." The president is confident Congress will pass a corporate reform bill that will take some of the uncertainty our of the market. DREW LEVINSON: "MEANWHILE SOME MONEY EXPERTS SAY WE WON'T SEE THE MARKET BOTTOM OUT UNTIL WE HAVE TWO BACK TO BACK DAYS WITH POSITIVE NUMBERS--UNTIL THEN THE BEARS ARE CONTROL." DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK. now back to you.))


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A shooting this afternoon at a Roanoke City park. City police are at Loudon Park right now- whre information is just starting to come out.
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That's where we find Teresa Hamilton with more on the investigation.
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((ROLLCUE:...what had happened.))
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Heavy rain may have contributed to two accidents this afternoon on interstate 81.
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One car overturned in the northbound lanes as isolated thunder storms passed through the dixie caverns area.
When traffic backed up on the interstate, a large trash truck hydroplaned, overturned and skidded into three other vehicles.
Two people were transported to the hospital, but there's no word yet on the extent of their injuries.
Both lanes were blocked by the accidents, but traffic is now moving through the area.
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If you feel you have a sense of "deja vu" with all the talk about Roanoke's dwindling water supply, it's because we've been here before.
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Right here. Right where we were in 1999. At 29-point-2 feet below the spillway, the city reservoir now stands at exactly the same point it was at the height of the last drought. ....only, this time, it's not over. It can only get worse. Unless there's significant rainfall TONIGHT, Carvins Cove will mark an all-time new low tomorrow.
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((IT'S PRETTY AMAZING, NOT MANY DAYS LEFT OF WATER I GUESS. WE NEED A BIG HURRICANE TO COME IN.))
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City officials plan to hold a news conference tomorrow to discuss the water situation, if- -as expected, the water level at the Cove drops below 29-point-2 -feet below the spillway.
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The prolonged drought has Danville taking precautions .. in light of hazardous fire conditions.
The city's Fire Department today instituted a ban on all open burning without a permit within city limits.
The ban will be lifted once weather conditions improve.


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Still to come on the newscast, managing migraine headaches. Our healthcheck report has some helpful ideas, and a good web site.
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And new charges against Alejandro Avila .. the alleged child killer .. charges that could bring the death penalty.
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The man accused in the murder of 5- year old Samantha Runnion - was in court just moments ago- appearing on closed circuit television.
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Alejandro (Ah-Vill- uh) Avila will have to wait a month before entering a plea. His case was postponed until next month. He will be held without bail.
(Ah-vill-uah) was scheduled to be arraigned on charges that he kidnapped, molested and murdered Samantha Runnion- He could be eligible for the death penalty.
Prosecutors though will consult with the girl's family before they raise that possibility.
Samantha Runnion was taken one week ago screaming and kicking- from outside her apartment.
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In today's Healthcheck .. if you've ever had one, you know just how painful a migraine headache can be. The exact cause is often unknown, and unfortunately the same can be said for proper treatment. But as Dilva Henry reports.. some experts say there are ways to manage the pain.
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(( DOCTORS ROUGHLY ESTIMATE NEARLY 28-MILLION AMERICANS SUFFER FROM MIGRANE HEADACHES... NANCY KANDAL IS ONE OF THEM.

(SOT-KANDAL "This sort of light-headed feeling and a little bit sick to my stomach. And the sensitivity to light...")


TYPICAL SYMPTOMS OF A MIGRANE ALONG WITH THROBBING ON ONE SIDE OF THE HEAD AND SEVERE PAIN, A HEADACHE THAT CAN LAST UP TO THREE DAYS. PAIN MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST DOCTOR STEVEN GRAFF-RADFORD INSISTS YOU DON'T HAVE TO LIVE WITH IT. THE FIRST STEP... GETTING A PROPER DIAGNOSIS...

(SOT-GRAFF-RADFORD "So many people are going to doctors and talking about my sinus headache, my tension headache, and i

n reality it may not be sinus headache, not be tension headache, it may truly be migrane.")
HE SAYS MORE THAN SIXTY PERCENT OF PATIENTS WITH MIGRAINES ARE EITHER MISDIAGNOSED OR SIMPLY INGNORED. ANOTHER PROBLEM... TAKING TOO MUCH MEDICINE, BOTH OVER THE COUNTER AND PERSPIRATION.

(SOT-GRAFF-RADFORD "If you're using medication on an almost daily basis, that will actually trigger another migrane. Th

ere's a condition called rebound headache and as the medication wears off, this will trigger another headache.")
DOCTOR GRAFF-RADFORD'S PATIENTS ARE SLOWLY TAKEN OFF THEIR MEDICATION, THEN HE LOOKS AT THEIR DIET.

(SOT-GRAFF-RADFORD "We eliminate caffeine, we eliminate cheese, red wines, various pressed meats that have nitrates in

them with sulfates in them, M-S-G, NutraSweet...")
AFTER THAT, HE ADDS A MILD EXERCISE PROGRAM.

(SOT-GRAFF-RADFORD "We put them on a posture, stretching and strengthening exercise program. Often the muscles in the n

eck and the tension will trigger a headache.")
FINALLY, MEDICATION, BUT ONLY TO TREAT THE HEADACHE IF OR WHEN IT RETURNS.

(SOT-GRAFF-RADFORD "Then we allow the patient to utilize appropriately focused anti-migrane products such as the class

of medications called the triptans." (spelling??))
NANCY KANDAL IS OFF HER OLD MEDICATION AND ON A STRETCHING PROGRAM.

(SOT-KANDAL "Feeling great... I'm exercising again, I'm up and at 'em.")

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That was Dilva Henry reporting. One final note, the National Migraine Association has plenty of additional information on its web site,
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[Take WDBJ Web Address FS] and for a direct link to their page, just go to our home page at WDBJ7-dot-com, at click "Web Sites in the News."
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There's still time to become the "Fifth Beatle". Still ahead, a new product lets you sing and play with the "Fab Four".
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And times don't change much at this print shop. We'll take you to a business that has happily kept things just the same, for more than a century.
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In 18-97, a small envelope manufacturing company started up. Very little has changed since then, and that's just the way the people there want it. As Jason Davis reports, "Security Envelope" is still very much in business.
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((IT LOOKS LIKE A MUSEUM DEDICATED TO THE VERY EARLY DAYS OF PRINTING. MACHINES DATING BACK A HUNDRED YEARS OR MORE THAT HAVE TO BE FED LINES OF TYPE SET BY HAND. BUT THE SECURITY ENVELOPE COMPANY IS AN ONGOING OPERATION THAT HAS BEEN CONTINUALLY IN BUSINESS FOR 105 YEARS.

(SOT-RATKA- "It's not high tech!")


LINDA RATKA IS THE FOURTH OWNER OF THIS HISTORIC PRINT SHOP AND HAS BEEN WORKING HERE FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS. THAT'S NOTHING COMPARED TO THIS INDUSTRIOUS WORKER.

(SOT-NORBY- "I ran the Security Envelope Company many, many, many years ago when it was big.")


ALICE WAS SIXTEEN WHEN SHE STARTED WORK HERE. THAT WAS IN 1924! LENIN DIED THAT YEAR AND J. EDGAR HOOVER HAD JUST BEEN APPOINTED AS HEAD OF THE F-B-I. TO ALICE IT SEEMS LIKE YESTERDAY...

(SOT-NORBY-"It must be more than 30 years ago. 'Thirty years Alice. I think it was more than seventy years ago!'(laughs

.)) SHE'S 94 AND STILL GOING STRONG.

(SOT-NORBY- "It's not hard work for me because I'm used to it, that it's just like nothing.")


ALICE IS AT LEAST YOUNGER THAN MOST OF THE EQUIPMENT STILL BEING USED IN THIS EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS. LINDA RATKA TYPES THE INVOICES ON AN ANCIENT BOOK KEEPING MACHINE THAT TYPES DOWNWARDS. ALL THE PRINTING IS ON PRESSES THAT WERE BUILT IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
(SOT-RATKA-"A lot of our customers we've had for 65 plus years and they keep coming to us and we really don't know when

or if it will ever end.")
THEY KEEP COMING BECAUSE THIS IS ONE OF ONLY TWO PLACES IN THE COUNTRY THAT MAKES HEAVY DUTY ENVELOPES WITH TAMPER PROOF FASTENERS. A POPULAR ITEM WITH HOSPITALS, BANKS AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS. AND THEY KEEP COMING BECAUSE THEY'VE ALWAYS BOUGHT THEIR FILE FOLDERS AND OFFICE ENVELOPES FROM THIS CENTURY OLD COMPANY.

(SOT- "We don't advertise. And we haven't had a sales force in 30 years.")


JASON DAVIS REPORTING IN MINNEAPOLIS. ))
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A Martinsville native is helping Atlanta continue its baseball dominance. Steve Mason has the details just ahead.
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And what a way to go. Introducing the world's first sidecar hearse.
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If you missed it at the top of our newscast, stocks took another big fall today, after some wild swings along the way.
Alexis Christoforous has our Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Monday ticker. How fast has this summer flown by? Today, the NFL's newest team opened training camp.
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The Houston Texans held their first training camp practice in 90 degree heat. 90 of the team's 97 players participated and top draft pick David Carr practiced with the first team offense.
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The Atlanta Braves enter tonight's action with a 13 and a half game lead over the Mets in the National League East. One reason for the Braves success can be traced to a local tie.
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Martinsville native Roy Clark was named Atlanta's director of scouting three years ago, replacing Paul Snyder. Clark now lives in Marietta, Georgia but travels the country and the world looking for hot prospects.
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While baseball is a summertime sport, Clark's job is a year round affair.
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Winston Cup drivers are at Pocono this Sunday for the Pennsylvania 500.
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Yesterday, South Boston's own Ward Burton won the new England 300. It was Burton's first win since the Daytona 500 and ended a miserable drought. Since Daytona, Burton had just one top 5, only two top 10's and five DNF's. Burton started 31st and took the lead for good with 10 laps to go. He's now 25th in points. It is Burton's fifth career victory.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, words from Redskins star linebacker Lavar Arrington, see ya then everybody.

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A new product lets you sing and play with John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
Jody Davis has those stories and more in our Technotainment report.
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((
MAC USERS... WANT TO TURN YOUR COMPUTER INTO A PERSONAL VIDEO RECORDER? EL GATO SOFTWARE HAS LAUNCHED "EYE TV". THE DEVICE CONNECTS YOUR MACINTOSH TO YOUR CABLE OR ANTENNA. YOU RECORD SHOWS ON YOUR HARD DRIVE... AN HOUR EATS UP ABOUT 650 MEGABYTES. EL GATO SAYS YOU CAN PAUSE LIVE TV... AND, IF YOU HAVE A CD BURNER, BURN YOUR SHOWS ONTO A VIDEO CD THAT PLAYS IN MANY DVD PLAYERS. EYE TV RETAILS FOR 199 DOLLARS.

MUSIC PLAYGROUND... THE FOLKS WHO PUT KARAOKE ON YOUR P-C... ARE GIVING BEATLES FANS A TICKET TO RIDE. THE NEW BEATLES EDITION INCLUDES 25 TUNES BY THE FAB FOUR YOU CAN SING ALONG TO... AND THE PATENTED "V-PICK", SO YOU CAN STRUM THE GUITAR OR BASS NOTES.
(GUY SINGING "YESTERDAY")

FELLA... WITH THAT VOICE, YOUR TROUBLES ARE JUST BEGINNING. THE BEATLES EDITION IS SELLING AT A REDUCED RATE OF 19.95 ON THE COMPANY'S WEBSITE... MUSIC PLAYGROUND DOT COM.

SUMMER'S THE TIME FOR ROAD-TRIPPING... AND THAT BRINGS US TO OUR LATEST COOL WEBSITE. IT'S A COMPLETE LIST OF AMERICA'S SCENIC BYWAYS. CLICK AROUND TO GET INFORMATION AND SEE PICTURES OF THE NATCHEZ TRACE
PARKWAY IN ALABAMA... THE WILDERNESS SCENIC HIGHWAY IN MINNESOTA...

AND THE SEWARD HIGHWAY IN ALASKA, TO NAME JUST A FEW. ALL THIS HAPPY MOTORING IS FOUND AT WWW DOT BYWAYS DOT ORG. AND THAT'S THE WEEK IN TECHNOTAINMENT. JODY DAVIS REPORTING. ))

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And finally, a new hearse puts a whole new spin on funerals-
It is the world's first sidecar hearse- on a motorcycle-
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Reverend Paul Sinclair is not your ordinary minister-
The pastor spent 45-thousand dollars putting the sidecar on his bike so he can carry Hell's Angels to their funerals.
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The sidecar is made of wood, aluminum and fibergblass- it has everything a conventional hearse would have.
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