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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities say a series of arrests will make a big difference in the local drug trade.
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Also a Roanoke pharmacist is reprimanded by a board of her peers.




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The city's main water supply drops to a record low.
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On Health Check, Joy Sutton will introduce us to some nurses who refuse to let retirement stand in the way of patient care.
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And in Sports, Mike Stevens will check in from Washington Redskins camp.
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[OUT Q=to the end of the drought.]
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As Carvins Cove drops to a historic low, city officials find that little things CAN mean a lot.
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Roanoke's main water source has dipped 29-point-3 feet below the spillway.
But in the next couple weeks, it will get some much-needed help from two smaller water sources.
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Crystal Spring will be back in business, using temporary filters to treat the water, until the new plant is completed in October.
The city's also drilling a new well in Southeast Roanoke.
Both measures will yield an extra four to five million gallons a day.
That's about half the current demand on Carvins Cove.
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((DARLENE BURCHAM/CITY MANAGER: WHILE WE ARE HITTING UNCHARTED WATERS... TIDE WILL SOON TURN IN OUR FAVOR.))
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[OUT Q=tide will soon turn in our favor.]
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On News-7 at 6, we'll tell you why the city is NOT calling for tighter restrictions ... yet.
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Testimony in court today placed the weapon that killed a Pittsylvania County sheriff's deputy in the hands of Roy Inge, Junior.
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Inge was arrested in May for the shooting death of Deputy Frankie Betterton. Today, a convicted felon who served time with Inge in jail helped bolster the prosecution's case. Marty Hicks says Inge confessed to shooting Betterton in the head after Betterton pulled him over just outside Danville.
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((YES, HE SHOWED ME, HE WENT JUST LIKE THIS AND WENT BAM.))
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After listening to the testimony, a substitute judge certified charges against Inge to a grand jury.
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Central Virginia authorities say they've put a major dent in local drug trafficking with the arrests of four men here and two in Arizona.
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Law enforcement agencies including the F-B-I and the state police conducted an 18-month investigation into the drug pipeline between Virginia and the Southwest.
They say major amounts of cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamines were transported to the area over the last six years.
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((ROBERT MAXEY/CAMPBELL CO. SHERIFF: WE'RE REFERRING TO THESE PEOPLE AS MID-LEVEL DEALERS, PRIMARILY BECAUSE THE VALENZUELAS WHO HAVE BEEN ARRESTED IN ARIZONA WERE THEIR SUPPLIERS ALSO.))
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[OUT Q=their suppliers also.]
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The four local men arrested are 46-year-old Michael Edward Cheek, 47-year-old Bradley Creger, 46-year-old Gary Wayne Gaddy and 42-year- old Wayne Wood.
They all face federal drug conspiracy charges.
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A Roanoke Pharmacist has been disciplined by a state Board of Pharmacy committee.
Tommie Jo Nichols was reprimanded, put on probation for three years, and fined 12-thousand dollars.
According to board documents, Nichols filled internet prescriptions for patients she had never seen, written by doctors in other states who never saw the patients either.
Nichols worked in 1999 for a business started by her ex-husband- Bob Patane- who is not a pharmacist.
She says she requested guidelines from the Virginia Board of Pharmacy about the legality of filling Internet-derived prescriptions but never got clear guidance.

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The state's books will soon close on fiscal year 2002 but not before they reveal a 236-point-eight million dollar shortfall.
With a deficit of that size, many may wonder could tax increases be far behind?
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Meghan Muldoon has been talking with state leaders about the budget. She joins us now from Richmond.
Meghan, what's the latest?
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Jean, the numbers aren't looking good.
State leaders are starting to think about how to turn them around.
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((Governor Warner met privately with lawmakers to discuss the state's escalating budget problems caused by the slumping economy and falling stock market.
It's only 23 days into the new fiscal year but 2003 is already running nearly 240 million dollars in the red.
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The question is how are lawmakers planning to make up the shortfall?
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"Increased sources of revenue" is just another way of saying "raising taxes."
Governor Warner and Speaker-designee Bill Howell are the two leaders likely to play the largest role in fixing the state's budget problems.
While both say they favor further cuts in spending, neither would rule out the possibility of a tax increase.
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[IN Q=CLEARLY WE'VE GOT TO FIND WAYS TO MAKE UP THE SHORTFALL. IT'S PREMATURE AT THIS POINT TO LAY OUT OUR OPTIONS.]
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Both admit that there are no easy solutions and that the state's budget woes will likely get worse before they get better.
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[IN Q=I THINK CLEARLY THE LARGEST ISSUE THAT GROWS LARGER BY THE WEEK IS THE BUDGET.]
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The good news in this, if there is good news to be had,
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is that according to the Governor, Jean, we're still in better shape than other states.


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Another child is kidnapped, but this time there is a quick demand for ransom. We'll have the details after the break.
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Also Pope John Paul the second makes a trip to a World Youth Conference against the advice of his colleagues.
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Yet another case of a kidnapped child- this time in Philadelphia.
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Two men in a white car reportedly abducted a 7-year old from a street corner.
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A five year old witness told police Erica Pratt was playing with a friend when she was grabbed from a corner kicking and screaming.
The child's grandmother said that one hour after the abduction she got a phone call- demanding 150-thousand dollars for the girl's return.
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((SARINA GILLIS/MISSING GIRL'S MOTHER: I HOPE THEY BURN IN HELL.. EXCUSE ME. SHE'S A LITTLE GIRL SHE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING THEY HAVE AGAINST ANYBODY.))
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Police say a heavy set African American man wearing a T-shirt and a ball cap jumped out of the passenger side of a car- and picked the child up-
Police don't believe the girl's disappearance was part of a family dispute.
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The Justice Department wants to prosecute five alleged members of a terrorist group in the Philippines blamed for the death of a kidnapped American missionary.
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The five have been indicted for their activities- including the death of an American man.
Prosecutors say the indictments send a strong signal that the United States will punish all those who commit barbaric acts of terrorism.
The Abu Sayyaf band is a Muslim extremist group affiliated with al -Qaida.
It's blamed for a string of kidnappings in the Southern Philippines-
An American hostage was killed last month during a rescue operation- his wife made it out alive.
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Pope John Paul the second tried to ease the minds of people who think he is too frail to travel.
Today he walked on his own as he arrived in Toronto to celebrate World Youth Day. Jennifer Miller has more.
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(( IN A STRIKING DISPLAY OF DETERMINATION POPE JOHN PAUL THE SECOND DID WHAT MANY CONSIDERED UNLIKELY. HE WALKED. THE 82-YEAR OLD PONTIFF SLOWLY STEPPED FROM HIS PLANE DOWN ONTO NORTH AMERICAN SOIL FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1999.

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DUE TO A COMBINATION OF HEALTH PROBLEMS INCLUDING PARKINSONS DISEASE, MANY FEARED THE AGING POPE WOULD HAVE TO CANCEL THIS TRIP. INSTEAD, ORGANIZERS HAVE SHORTENED HIS SCHEDULE. THE POPE MAY APPEAR PHYSICALLY WEAK. BUT HE IS STILL STRONG ENOUGH TO MOVE MILLIONS.
13:48 POPE KISSES GIRL ON CHEEK/EMOTION
JOHN PAUL THE SECOND CREATED WORLD YOUTH DAY IN 1986 AND THROUGHOUT HIS PONTIFICATE, HAS SUPPORTED THE YOUNG.

POPE SOT: WITH THEIR GIFTS OF INTELLIGENCE AND HEART, THEY REPRESENT THE

FUTURE OF THE WORLD.
DESPITE THE POPES SHOW OF STRENGTH, CONCERN OVER HIS HEALTH SHADOWS HIS EVERY MOVE.

SOT, PAUL KILBERTUS/WORLD YOUTH DAY SPOKESMAN

"It pretty much looks like this is the last time the Pope will come to our country."

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IN CANADA, THE POPE IS RETREATING TO AN ISLAND NORTH OF TORONTO -- WHERE HE'LL GET AROUND IN A GOLF CART. HELL SPEND THE WEEKEND AT A CONVENT ... RENOVATED TO ACCOMMODATE THE ELDERLY.

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WHILE THE POPE TAKES IT EASY NEARLY 200-THOUSAND YOUTH WHO HAVE TRAVELLED TO SEE HIM ARE JOINING HANDS IN SONG AND PRAYER .FOR A POPE WHO CONTINUES TO INSPIRE.

SOT, GEORGE NELLIKUNNEL/18, SOUTH BRUNSWICK NEW JERSEY

Its an inspiration to show that through suffering he is still joyful and happy with what he does.

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For some nurses caring for patients doesn't end with retirement.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton found out there are some nurses in our area are still making the rounds.
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((NAT SOT: GOOD MORNING MRS. HURT..I'M CAROL KOOI))

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Carol Kooi has been a nurse for 42 years and although she's retired now --at least once a month she's caring for patients at Bedford County Memorial Hospital...not as a nurse, but as a patient advocate.
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For the past three years the Nurses of the Lake Area-- a group of mainly retired nurses --have volunteered at the hospital.
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((IN TODAYS TIME THERE IS LESS NURSES AND THEY ARE SO BUSY THAT THEY DON'T HAVE TIME TO MEET SOME OF THE PATIENTS NEEDS SUCH AS TIME TO SIT DOWN AND TALK WITH THEM AND OUR GROUP CAN DO THAT)) [RUNS13]
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The retired nurses also keep charts to keep a record of patients' concerns and suggest ways to make sure the patient is getting the best care possible.
Patients like Hurt say it's just nice to have someone to talk to.
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((WE TALKED ABOUT THE HOSPITAL AND THE CARE AND DIFFERENT THINGS IT WAS REALLY GOOD)) [RUNS11]
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And these retired nurses... say once a nurse...you never stop caring about patients.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Bedford County.))

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Today in Sports, Mike Stevens will check in from the Washington Redskins training camp,
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And we will see how the major stock markets fared today on Wall Street.
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It's been almost one year since the 9-11 attacks- and on Capitol Hill lawmakers want to know why new airport security measures are taking so long.
As Aleen Sirgany reports- the nation's Transportation Secretary is on the hot seat.
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(( WHEN ABI SLAYTON FLEW WITH HER DAUGHTERS TO THE NATIONS CAPITAL, SHE HELD HER BREATH UNTIL THE PLANE LANDED SAFELY. ABI SLAYTON/AIRLINE PASSENGER We've gotta have trained well paid people doing significant work behind the scenes to make us safe and Im not at all convinced that that's happening. AND THAT SENTIMENT IS ECHOED BY SOME ON CAPITOL HILL, WHO WORRY THAT THE ADMINISTRATION IS TRYING TO BACK AWAY FROM SECURITY DEADLINES.
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AT A HEARING TUESDAY, TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY NORMAN MINETA WAS BATTERED BY QUESTIONS AS TO WHETHER THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION WILL MEET ITS NOVEMBER DEADLINE TO FEDERALIZE ALL PASSENGER SCREENERS AND ITS DECEMBER DEADLINE TO INSPECT CHECKED BAGS FOR EXPLOSIVES. THIS AS RECENT TESTS FOUND FAKE WEAPONS GOT PAST SECURITY SCREENERS AT ALARMING RATES. ROBERT MENENDEZ/D-NJ GOD FORBID WE DELAY WE GRANT EXTENSIONS WHO IS GOING TO TELL THOSE FAMILIES, I'M SORRY, WE DELAYED
MINETA BLAMES CONGRESS FOR NOT GIVING THE DEPARTMENT ALL THE FUNDING IT HAS ASKED FOR. NORM MINETA/TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY NOW TSA IS LITERALLY DAYS OF RUNNING OUT OF MONEY." CONGRESS HAS APPROVED A BILLION DOLLARS LESS THAN THE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ASKED FOR. AND TSA OFFICIALS SAY THAT LIMITS THE NUMBER OF SECURITY WORKERS TO 45-THOUSAND-- THEY SAY 20-THOUSAND FEWER THAN NEEDED. Aleen Sirgany, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Coming up today following Sports,
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we will see why one man's obsession with Gone with the Wind is about to pay off in a big way.
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Investors looking for a relief rally today, were let down.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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NFL training camps are opening all across the country this week. The Redskins are north of here in Pennsylvania where Mike Stevens has tonight's two minute ticker.
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One man's life long obsession with a movie will soon be "Gone with the Wind."
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Atlanta based Herb Bridges is an expert on the "Vivian Leigh- Clark Gable" movie.
He has spent more than 40 years assembling his collection of memorabilia , but now he is selling it.
Christie's auction house is handling the deal.
Among the highlights of the auction: a petticoat worn by Vivian Leigh in the famous scene where Mammy is tightening Scarlett's corset.
It is estimated to sell at between five and seven thousand dollars.
A three-sheet movie poster is believed to be worth Three- to 4-thousand dollars.
There is also a hardcover edition of Margaret Mitchell's book signed by major cast members worth about ten thousand dollars.
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