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Straight ahead--
A shooting leaves a Lynchburg teenager in critical condition.
Police officers were in the area when they heard several gun shots being fired.
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And eight people are dead after a shooting rampage at an Education Ministry office in Beirut.







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Hazy sunshine with a light breeze will make for a nice afternoon....I'll have your hometown forecast...
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...
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A Lynchburg teenager is in critical condition after being shot in the head last night.
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It happened around 10:30 in the 900 block of Fifth Street.
Police officers were in the area when they heard several gun shots being fired.
That's when they discovered a 16-year-old boy lying in the street with a gunshot wound to his head.
He was transported to Lynchburg General Hospital.
Anyone with information about the crime should contact the Lynchburg police.
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Police say a financial dispute led to today's shooting rampage at an Education Ministry office in Beirut.
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A disgruntled employee opened fire with an automatic rifle, killing eight people and injuring five others before police apprehended him.
Officials say the gunman was angry that the office sought repayment of a 12- thousand- dollar loan he had taken earlier.
Authorities say the man had worked at the office for 23 years.
The office is near one of the campuses of Lebanese University.
About 200 police officers have sealed off the area.
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[University-Bombing]


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A bomb exploded today in the crowded cafeteria of Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
At least seven people are dead and more than 70 wounded.
Reports say the militant group Hamas is claiming responsibility.
Kimberly Dozier has more.
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PKG. It was a powerful bomb meant to maim and kill.
It ripped through dozens of students and professors, taking a break from exams at the campus cafeteria.

Nat sot:

Panic, panic around me.

Nat sot: I heard boom, a big boom.


For some, it was too much to take.

(UPSOT crying student)



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This is an area where both Arabs and Jews congregate, so there is security, but it is relatively easy, officials say, for a Palestinian to walk in, dressed as a student, and leave a device behind in a backpack.
Police say this bomb was left on a table in this closed space, it did maximum damage.
It was the second bombing incident in Jerusalem in two days it followed the lifting of Israeli military curfews in some West Bank towns.

(SOT Daniel Seaman, Israel Government spokesman)

Anytime we try to ease restrictions on Palestinians, this is immediately taken advantage of. Instead of trying to create a positive atmosphere, trying to go into negotiations, the Palestinian response is constantly one of violence.
Anyone who looked Palestinian was rounded up after the attack police believe this bomber walked away.
KD, CBS News, Jerusalem

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Three of the American soldiers ambushed in Eastern Afghanistan over the weekend are in stable condition today.
They were attacked during a firefight, as part of the on-going Operation Mountain Lion.
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The first witness account is from some of the soldiers who were involved in a four- hour battle with al- Qaida near the border of Pakistan.
Five Americans were injured-- including this Army specialist.
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((MICHAEL REWAKOWSKI/ARMY SPECIALIST: I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS GOING TO HAPPEN. I WAS PRETTY SCARED AT THE TIME AND I'M JUST GLAD I'M STILL HERE. ))
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Rewa- kow- ski and another soldier were awarded purple hearts.
U-S officials say three of the attackers were killed.
Another was wounded and taken into U-S custody.
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Drug suspects are being rounded up in Carroll and Grayson Counties and the city of Galax.
Grand juries in Carroll and Grayson Counties handed up indictments for 28 people.
The six-month investigation focused on the sale of cocaine, methamphetamines and marijuana.

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Despite the efforts of volunteers and experts, dozens of pilot whales died after becoming stranded for a third time in two days.
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After escaping from a beach just 25 miles away, the whales turned up again off Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
The goal was to keep the whales cool and keep them covered to protect them from sunburn.
Even so, around 50 of them died, some of them euthanized.
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((BETTY LENTALL/VOLUNTEER: THIS IS REALLY THE WORST PART OF THIS KIND OF WORK. BUT UNFORTUNATELY WE TRY TO MAKE IT AS COMFORTABLE FOR THE ANIMALS AS YOU CAN AND THAT'S THE EST WE CAN DO FOR THEM."))
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[OUT Q=do for them.]
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Marine-life experts are now trying to find out what's been causing whales to beach themselves in the area.
One animal welfare official says the whole situation has been heart-breaking.
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Coming up on News 7 At Noon - MTV brings a little glamour to the Seaside...
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And a downtown Roanoke restaurant is taking advantage of new opportunities and offering a fresh approach to service...
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A Roanoke restaurant is offering some tasteful ambiance to its decor...
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Last night, "Tavern on the Market" became the first downtown restaurant to take advantage of the city's new outdoor dining program. In April, council voted to allow restaurants around the Roanoke City Market to apply for a permit to use the city's sidewalks for outdoor dining.
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((EZRA REESE/DINER: I LIKE THE COMMUNITY ATMOSPHERE YOU CAN SEE PEOPLE WALKING BY IT FEELS MORE LIKE A SMALL TOWN. BUCKLEY SIZEMORE/DINER: WE SHOULD ABSOLUTELY HAVE OUTDOOR DINING, COMPLETELY, I DIDN'T REALIZE IT WAS A NEW THING HERE AND THAT MAKES SENSE BECAUSE WE COULDN'T FIND ANY OTHER PLACE WITH OUTDOOR DINING AND WE WERE SPECIFICALLY LOOKING FOR THAT.))
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Roanoke's City manager and two members of city council were among the first customers to try to out the new outdoor dining experience.
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Every year, M-T-V takes its show on the road for a bash that's become a summer tradition.
Gretchen Carlson didn't have to travel very far to find this season's beach party.
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Track: The Jersey Shore registers pretty low on the glamour scale. Seaside Heights with its discount motels and weathered Boardwalk, has a decidedly 60's time-warp quality about it.
Gretchen SU at Skee-Ball Arcade: But this summer, just down the boardwalk from the nostalgic reminders of Jersey's past, there is one hip and happening beach house.

SOT: Carson from Show: Seaside Heights - say hello to America!
(crowd roars, BIG music/fast cuts/rap music)


Track: This year, MTV's Summer Beach House is not in swanky South Beach or cosmopolitan Cancun, but smack in the heart of blue-collar Jersey.

SOT: Carson Daly: Jersey is great for a lot of reasons -- the vibe down here is so real, you know. I mean, there's

not this sort of 'casted' feeling which happens sometimes in a remote location -- you have to bring the party -- here it's genuine and it's down to earth and it's just genuine excitement!

SOT teeny queen: They were like - you wanna get in the hot tub, we're like YEAHH!


Track: Lining up by the hundreds in 96 degree heatthe lucky ones get put in high profile spots like the "so-called" hot tub.

SOT Gretchen: Hey, it's cold!! (laughter)


Track: Others may get the chance to introduce one of their musical idols.

SOT: Kylie Minogue performing Love at First Sight!!!
SOT Music.


Track: Aussie Kylie Minogue came straight off a globe-trotting world tour to make her first-ever visit to the Jersey Shore.

SOT Carson: We see you in Barcelona, you're in Milan, Paris// Those are fine places, but not quite Seaside

Heights New Jersey, what do you think of our little beach house
SOT Kylie (In Jersey accent.) It wasn't New Jersey, I mean come on! It's great to be here..
SOT Kylie with Gretchen: it's funny as we were driving here, we're all in the car going - it's kind of like the

seaside in Australia - but then again - it isn't!
Track: No, it isn't..but only 90 miles from Manhattan, it makes for a pretty easy commute. Carson Daly has actually been flying himself to and from the city.
(SOT Daly. It's all access...doesn't get any more accessible than that baby!)

With his new late night show and other projects crowding his schedule, is it possible Daly is getting set to leave the MTV nest?

SOT Daly: The music has always been the nucleus for meit made for a very easy transition from radio for mebut

I'm still here, and I'll always be a part of the MTV family, forever.
SOT from Show: I'm Carson Daly from Seaside Heights on MTV's TRL saying see ya tomorrow!


Track: I'm Gretchen Carlson, in New Jersey.
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Still to come on News 7 at Noon - The Cowboys aren't up to last year's pace...
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But first -
Meet a man who's passion for toys is the driving force for an international treasure...
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[Matchbox-Museum]


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Believe it or not, this is the 50th anniversary of matchbox cars.
While we all picture little kids playing with the toys, Jon Frankel found one grown-up whose passion for them has become an international treasure trove.
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EVERETT MARSHALL, MAYOR OF NEWFIELD, NEW JERSEY, HAS A LOT OF CARS IN HIS SMALL TOWN - BUT NO TRAFFIC PROBLEMS.
Do you know where everything is? absolutely
MOST OF THEM ARE PARKED RIGHT HERE...IN WHAT USED TO BE HIS GRANDFATHER'S 3-CAR GARAGE.
nats - my family's been in the trucking business for years and i just wheeled vehicles that's the thing i liked most
HE'S GOT OVER 27-THOUSAND OF THEM HE SAYS.
why do i do it and why am i this obssessive compulsive..you said it i didn't...sick individual (laughing)
MARSHALL BOUGHT HIS FIRST CAR SOON AFTER THEY CAME OUT IN 1952...BUT IN 1980 HIS REAL "MATCHBOX MANIA" BEGAN
nats - I wouldn't collect mugs. I don't like mugs.
SINCE THEN HIS ENTIRE FAMILY HAS HAD TO ENDURE HIS PASSION FOR CARS.
wife - i see him playing with the cars every once in a while just roling the toys and we joke and laugh he's having a good time
HE ALSO SPENDS MONEY. HE ONCE PAID 40 THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR 7-THOUSAND CARS. TYPICALLY HE KEEPS ONLY THE CARS HE NEEDS AND SELLS THE REST. SO THE COLLECTION PAYS FOR ITSELF.
EM - i think that when you're a collector you need to ya know you really can't collect it cause you think it's going to be worth something someday
EVERETT BUYS EACH OF THE 75 MODELS MATCHBOX RELEASES A YEAR. THEY STILL COST LESS THAN A DOLLAR...BUT ADD IT UP AND HIS COLLECTION IS WORTH MORE THAN $1 MILLION DOLLARS
what's the difference between these/superfast/oh of course it is
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WHEELS, COLOR AND AVAILABILITY ARE AMONG THE FACTORS THAT SET THE VALUE ON A MODEL.
i can't help but notice that you got an empty case right here and it looks like you can use a few more cars here/well there's cars but not completely (opening door)/not completely a blank wall is it (laughing)

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IF 27,000 PLUS CARS ISN'T ENOUGH LIKE ANY GREAT MUSUEM EVERETT KEEPS THOUSANDS OF MORE MATCHBOX MASTERPIECES IN STORAGE AND WHEN HE HITS THE ROAD FOR A SHOW HE TRAVELS BY CONVOY W/HIS CARS IN TOW. FOR THE EARLY SHOW JON FRANKEL CBS NEWS NEWFIELD, NEW JERSEY ))
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Coming up next in sports-- the Express has signed three more players to the team...
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Plus in today's training camp report, Steve Mason heads down south to check in with a former U-V-A star....
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The Roanoke Express continues to build its roster for the upcoming season. Head coach and general manager Perry Florio signed three more players yesterday. Chad (Maz-oo-rick) Mazurak, who joined the team late last year and led the Express in scoring in the playoff series with Trenton, is back in the fold.
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As is Frank Novock - shown here in the yellow jersey during a mock fight in practice last year. Novock played in 67 games last year and scored 20 goals for the Express. These two will be joined by an up- and- coming tough guy Cole Fischer.
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Fischer is a defenseman who racked up over 100 penalty minutes each of his five seasons in junior hockey.

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In today's training camp report, we head down to the Falcons' nest in Greenville, South Carolina. Steve Mason catches up with an old local favorite- former U-V-A star Patrick Kerney.
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Progress at the Dallas Cowboys training camp is moving along- but nothing compared to what took place last year...
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The biggest change for the better involves quarterback Quincy Carter - who is taking charge and earning respect with his actions and his confidence.
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[vo nat con't] He also better understands traditions in Dallas - like the responsibility that comes from wearing Don Meredith's number.
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Quincy Carter certainly will get an eyeful of the Redskins defense when the two teams meet for the first time this season on November 18th in Irving.
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Lavar Arrington, who is coming off his first Pro Bowl season now has plenty of all-star company. Jerimiah Trotter, who made the pro bowl the past two season, left the Eagles to join the Skins in the off-season. And five- time pro-bowler Jesse Armstead comes to Washington from the Giants with the intentions of making THIS the final stop of his career.
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[OUT Q=...a sight to see."]
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