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A domestic situation escalates into a multiple- murder in Dallas.
Police arrest a man for allegedly killing five people, including his wife.
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And authorities in Giles County are investigating a fatal shooting.



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Giles County authorities are investigating the shooting death of a 19-year-old man.
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Commonwealth's Attorney Phillip Steele says a domestic situation turned deadly in the community of White Gate last week. Steele says a 17-year old boy shot his 19-year old brother during an argument in their home. According to officials the older brother was fighting with their mother when the younger brother fired a weapon. People are still being questioned in the case ... Steele says it's likely a claim of self defense will be used in court.

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Police in Dallas, Texas say it's one of the city's most tragic incidents of domestic violence--
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A man allegedly shot and killed five people, including his wife and her two children.
He's under arrest, and is being questioned about the murders.
Authorities recovered a semi- automatic handgun from him.
Neighbors say the the shootings have left them in shock.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=It's just sad]
[SUPER=01-B. J. Johnson/Neighbor;]
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[OUT Q=it's horrific.]
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Police quote a brother of the suspect as saying the family had some domestic problems.
Meanwhile, a sixth person was wounded, but managed to make it to a neighbor's house to get help.
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[Middle-East]


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Police and rescue officials in Northern Israel say a car explosion there has killed one person and injured another. They say both apparently were Palestinians on their way to carry out an attack.
Meanwhile Israel is cracking down on Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip after a violent weekend that left 13 people dead.
Kimberly Dozier has more from Jerusalem.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Jerusalem, Israel;]
[SUPER=01-Kimberly Dozier/CBS News;]
[SUPER=01-Moti Ozer/Survivor;]
[RUNS=:00]
[OUT Q=Dozier, CBS News, Jerusalem.]

((
Israels military is trying to fight back, after a wave of violence that left at least thirteen Israelis dead. Theyve destroyed several homes belonging to the families of suicide bombers, and toughened military curfews across Palestinian areas.

(-funeral shots)

As they bury yet more dead, the Israeli public is angry, and scared.

(on-cam-Jerusalem)

In the past twenty-four hours, Israelis have been hit from all sides. The attacks have come from almost every militant group, using every technique in their arsenal from driveby shootings, to bombings, to assassination-style killings.
The bloodiest incident was in northern Israel early Sunday an apparent suicide bomber blew up this bus.
Passenger Moti Ozer fought his way out of the wreckage.

(SOT-Moti Ozer/Surviver)

"I was shocked, I ran to the junction, I did not know what to do

( MOTZI OZER COVERED by ambulance footage )

and then some people came and took care of me, and took me to hospital."
In Jerusalem, a few hours later, a gunman opened fire on an Israeli telephone service truck, killing a man inside. Police rushed in, and the gunman was killed, but so was a bystander in a nearby cafi, and several people were wounded.

( bodies on ground)

Then early this morning, this Israeli couple was gunned down in the West Bank their two young children were gravely injured.
Israeli army patrols have been stepped up and Palestinian mobility has been cut down. Critics here say these methods have failed to stop the violence so far, but the Israeli government doesnt seem to have any new ideas.
KD, CBS News, Jerusalem ))

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About ten thousand Iraqis are demonstrating in Baghdad against U-S military threats.
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They're carrying banners in support of Saddam Hussein outside his party headquarters -- while burning American flags and effigies of President Bush.
A member of the Iraqi parliament is calling for Bush's ouster -- calling him ``the number one terrorist in the world.''
There's wide speculation that the U-S may strike Iraq with the goal of ousting Saddam, despite opposition from Washington's Arab allies.
The U-S is accusing Iraq of supporting terrorism and trying to rebuild banned weapons programs.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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The war against terrorism will be fought with some local soldiers.
Yesterday, a National Guard Battalion from southside left for a year- long tour of duty.
Justin McLeod has more from Danville.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Danville; :00]
[SUPER=01-Beau Weaver/National Guard Soldier; :24]
[SUPER=@justin1; :49]
[SUPER=01-Rashawn Blanding/National Guard Soldier; 1:09]
[SUPER=01-Lakisha Jackson/Family Member; 1:23]
[RUNS=1:56]
[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Danville]

((((NAT SOUND OF BAGPIPES AT 3:32:10))
It was a morning filled with tributes, goodbye's, and plenty of tears.
[SOT 3:05:32]
[IN Q=It's a sad morning]

((NICHOLAS GILES/NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER: IT'S A SAD MORNING FOR A WHOLE LOT OF PEOPLE, BUT WE'RE DOING SOMETHING FOR THE COUNTRY.))
[Runs= 04]
[OUT Q=for the country]


What they're doing is taking part in Operation Noble Eagle.
It is a homeland defense mission created in response to the September 11th terrorist attacks.
[SOT 3:07:08]
[IN Q=None of us really]

((BEAU WEAVER/NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER: NONE OF US REALLY KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT. I MEAN EVERYONE IS KINDA LOOKING FORWARD TO PLAYING THEIR PART.))
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[OUT Q=playing their part]

((QUICK NAT SOUND OF ROLL CALL))
Playing their part will be 265 soldiers from the National Guard's 1st Battalion 246th Field Artillery unit.
It is comprised of soldiers from Danville, Martinsville, Chatham, and South Boston, and this is the first time since the Korean war the entire battalion has been called to active duty.
[SOT 3:24:32]
[IN Q=These troops are leaving]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THESE TROOPS ARE LEAVING DANVILLE FOR FORT DIX NEW JERSEY WHERE THEY'LL SPEND SEVERAL WEEKS OF INTENSE TRAINING. FROM THERE, THEY'LL BE PROVIDING SECURITY FOR A MILITARY BASE SOMEWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI.))
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[OUT Q=of the Mississippi]

((NAT SOUND OF CAR DRIVING BY 3:11:17))
It is a mission that will last until August 1st of next year.
[SOT 3:04:20]
[IN Q=I'm not nervous]

((RASHAWN BLANDING/NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER: I'M NOT NERVOUS, BUT ANXIOUS. I WANT TO GET IT OVER WITH CAUSE ONE YEAR IS REALLY HARD BUT WE'LL BE ABLE TO COPE WITH IT.))
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[OUT Q=to cope with it]


Coping with it won't be as easy for the families these soldiers leave behind.
[SOT 3:03:07]
[IN Q=What's it going to be like]

((LAKISHA JACKSON/FAMILY MEMBER: WHAT'S IT GOING TO BE LIKE THE NEXT YEAR OR SO. THAT'S A HARD QUESTION TO ANSWER I REALLY DON'T KNOW. WE'LL JUST HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS.))
And for that reason, many of these soldiers are hoping this mission feels like it's over sooner rather than later.
[SOT 3:02:39]
[IN Q=I'm proud but just]

((JACKSON: I'M PROUD BUT JUST GOING TO GET THE MISSION DONE SO I CAN GO BACK TO SEE MY FAMILY.))
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[OUT Q=see my family]

((NAT SOUND OF AMAZING GRACE))
It is a mission, and a sacrifice, all in the name of freedom. ((NAT SOUND OF AMAZING GRACE))
Justin McLeod, News 7, Danville.))

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Roanoke's main water supply has hit a new low.
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Carvin's Cove is currently 30 feet below the spillway.
Stage four of the city's water conservation plan kicks in now that Carvins Cove has hit that level.
But city officials say they are not planning any new or tougher restrictions.
In fact, there is a possibility the city may relax some of those restrictions in the future.
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[SOT 21:46:04]
[IN Q=Obviously as we get]

((DARLENE BURCHAM/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER: OBVIOUSLY AS WE GET MORE WATER AND CRYSTAL SPRING WILL COME BACK ON-LINE PERMANENTLY BY OCTOBER FIRST WE HAVE SOME TEMPORARY FILTERS THAT WE ARE USING NOW TO BRING WATER IN AND DEPENDING ON WHAT KIND OF RAINFALL WE HAVE WE MAY LOOK AT LESSEN THE RESTRICTIONS BUT RIGHT NOW WE REALLY GOT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE PLANNING FOR FUTURE MONTHS BECAUSE WE DON'T KNOW WHAT THE WEATHER CONDITIONS WILL BE LIKE.))
[SUPER=01-Darlene Burcham/Roanoke City Manager]
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[OUT Q=will be like]
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[VO-NAT]


Crystal Spring came back online this past week which should add another four million gallons of water a day to the city's water supply.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming next on the newscast, we'll tell you why state agencies may have to cut their budgets even more.
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Also we will see why mosquitos are doing more than just bugging people this summer.
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[11Warner-Budget]


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The state may have to make more budget cuts in light of new revenue estimates that are expected in mid-August.
And Governor Warner says the disappointing numbers may also spark a debate on the future of state GOVERNMENT.
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Governor Warner spoke about the state's budget problems during a visit to the Roanoke Valley.
You need only watch the stock market and the economy, he said, to know that revenue projections made last Spring are probably no longer valid.
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[SOT 09:16:38]
[IN Q=Remember, we've just cut]

((GOV. MARK WARNER: REMEMBER, WE'VE JUST CUT OUT THREE POINT EIGHT BILLION DOLLARS OUT OF OUR BUDGET THE LAST SESSION. WITH THESE NEW CUTS THAT ARE COMING ABOUT, I THINK IT'S GOING WAY PAST THE FAT. I THINK IT'S GOING PAST THE MUSCLE. IT'S INTO BONE, I THINK, WHEN WE SEE THE NEXT LEVEL OF REDUCTIONS.))
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[OUT Q=when we see the next level of reductions.]
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A commission headed by former Governor Doug Wilder is already considering ways to streamline state government.
Warner says if the shortfall is as large as he expects, Virginia may have to shut down some state functions.

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A Miami judge has ordered two America West pilots to surrender their passports, and report to authorities by phone once a week.
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Thomas Cloyd and Christopher Hughes are accused of being drunk when they tried to fly from Miami to Phoenix early last month.
The men had asked to be allowed to travel while waiting for an October 31st trial in Miami.
But the judge denied their request.
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[IN Q=We have two individuals]
[SUPER=01-David Young/Miami Circuit Judge;]
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[OUT Q=I have a problem with that.]
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Both pilots-- who have been fired by America West-- have pleaded innocent to operating an aircraft while under the influence.
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The state of Louisiana has declared a state emergency in the fight against mosquitos.
Four residents there have died from the West Nile virus and as Lee Cowan reports, the problem doesn't end there.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Roy Campbell/Centers for Disease Control; :06 QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Rault Ratard/Louisiana Epidemiologist; :56 QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Kurt Krause/University of Houston; 1:12]
[SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/CBS News; 1:34]
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[OUT Q=CBS NEWS NEW YORK]

((The mosquito season is barely underway through much of the south -- and already, states are itching in more ways than one.

NAT/SOT SLAP



(SOT/DR. ROY CAMPBELL, CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL)

"This is earlier than we typically see this many cases."

NAT/SOT SPRAYING



(NARR:)

In Louisiana -- now on the verge of the largest west nile outbreak in the nation...

(NAT/SOT)

"Hi, we're with mosquito control."

(NARR:)


.....state funds to battle the insect are drying up.

(NAT/SOT)

"We're going to go ahead and declare a state of emergency."

(NARR:)

Some areas have already spent 10 times what they normally spend for pesticide spraying, and still, the number of people getting sick is on the rise.

(SOT/MOS)

"It's scary, I'm scared to come outside late in the evening because you don't know what's gonna hapen."

(NARR:)

This year in Louisiana alone -- the West Nile virus has killed 4 people -- and made nearly 60 others sick.

(GRAPHIC:)

It has spread with lightening speed -- from the northeast to some 34 states in just three years -- and most agree by next year -- it will have spread all the way to California.

(SOT/DR. RAULT RATARD, STATE EPIDEMIOLOGIST - Mcnamara piece)

"This is only the beginning, and we are going to have more and more cases."

(NARR:)

Which is putting even more pressure on scientists to find a West Nile cure.

(SOT/KURT KRAUSE, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON)

"We know it can be done."

(NARR:)

Researchers are rushing to find a vaccine that can keep the virus form replicating but that could take years.

(SOT/KURT KRAUSE, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON)

"The very same techniques have been used to design the new therapies that are effective in HIV."

(NARR:)

There IS one approved vaccine -- but so far it's only for horses -- 40 percent of whom die if infected.
By contrast, only 1 in every 300 people bitten by an infected mosquito actually becomes sick.

(COWAN:)

"But that still means tens of thousands of people are being infected and don't even know it. It is still considered a rare disease -- but as it continues to spread -- rare is a word that is offering little comfort. Lee Cowan, CBS News, New York."))
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


It was 40 years ago today...
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that Marilyn Monroe was found dead. Coming up next we will tell you why some people are teaming her image with that of the King.
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40- years ago today, actress Marilyn Monroe was found dead of a drug overdose.
She was only 36.
But death has not diminished her fame.
She's arguably more popular now than ever.
Tom Bergeron has more.
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[SUPER=04-20th Century Fox Home Entertainment; :00]
[SUPER=03-Westwood, CA; :45]
[SUPER=01-Greg Schreiner/"Marilyn Remembered" President; :57]
[SUPER=03-Hollywood, CA; 1:14]
[SUPER=04-August 5, 1962; 1:38 QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Vivian Sobchak/UCLA School of Film; 1:54]
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[OUT Q=heart of American culture.]

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NATSOT MUSIC, "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend"

Leads into a montage of classic "Marilyn" images: The dress flying up in "Seven Year Itch," etc.
TRACK 1 Runs :09
When we think of Hollywood's Golden Era... an extraordinary number of indelible images include a beautiful woman named Marilyn Monroe. She was funny.

SOT CLIP

Asking to look at a Tiara in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes."
TRACK 2 Runs :01 She was sensitive.

SOT CLIP

Talking to Don Murray in "Bus Stop."
TRACK 3 Runs :02 1/2
But most of all... she was, quite simply, Marilyn.

SOT CLIP

"All About Eve." Runs :10
TRACK 4 Runs :13 1/2
Every year, on the Anniversary of Marilyn's death, Greg Schreiner
(SHRY-ner) organizes a memorial here at Marilyn's gravesite. He's

president of the organization "Marilyn Remembered." What HE remembers is a vision of grace, dignity, and strength.

SOT INTERVIEW

Runs :06
Greg: We try to keep the services very upbeat, and more honoring her life, rather than her death.
TRACK 5 Runs :17 Insert from 1:00 to 1:17 Marilyn's crypt is discolored... because virtually everyone who visits her final resting place feels compelled to touch the marble cover-stone. It's the same reason Marilyn's handprints at Grauman's Chinese Theater are darker than anyone else's. More fans compare their own hands with Marilyn's than any other star.
MOS BITES TBA, young fans saying why they love Marilyn.

NATSOT, Marilyn singing "Happy Birthday" to President Kennedy


TRACK 6 Runs :14
There is still controversy surrounding Marilyn's death. Was it suicide? An overdose? A political conspiracy? It's part of the Marilyn legend that contributes to her allure, even as her reputation as a serious actress continues to rise.

SOT CLIP, "Bus Stop"



SOT BITE, UCLA Professor Vivian Sobchack

Runs :13
Vivian: "She brought together sex, power, fame, celebrity, politics, and entertainment. Which, in fact, is really, dare I say, the heart of American culture." ))
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That was Tom Bergeron reporting.

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Marilyn is getting some added recognition in a new exhibit that pairs her with the King of Rock and Roll.
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For the first time, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley are being exhibited together at a London gallery.
Friday, August 16th marks 25 years since Presley's death at the age of 42.
Alongside the provocative portraits of Monroe from "Look Magazine" are images of Presley - as portrayed by the British media throughout his career.
The exhibition "Elvis and Marilyn" runs at the Proud Central Gallery in London until September 5th.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW has lost 140 points. The NASDAQ has dropped 27.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Coming up next in sports,
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some big names in Nascar crash and burn at the Brickyard 400 this weekend... we'll have a recap coming up...
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[S-Brickyard]


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In the last two week's Winston Cup driver Bill Elliott has won more races than he has in the last seven years.
Following last week's win in Pocono, Elliott thought he would try his luck again by bringing the same car this weekend to Indianapolis.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/NBC Sports; :00]


More than 275- thousand fans were on hand for the 9th running of the Brickyard 400. But Jimmy Spencer made it a short afternoon for Kurt Busch. Mister Excitement gives Busch a push into the wall, and Busch is not very happy.
Geoffrey Bodine brought out another caution at lap- 51. Bodine hits the outside wall and then slides across into the inside barrier.
Bill Elliott started on the outside of row one. But he was out front when it counted. Bill passed Rusty Wallace with just 12 laps to go.
Elliott hangs on to win his first Brickyard 400 and his second race in two weeks.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Bill Elliott/Wins First Brickyard 400; :05]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=this is the greatest, this is the greatest."]
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[S-Golf]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=twe]
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After a few tense moments... Rich Beem pulled ahead on the green and took home the title at the International yesterday...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Castlerock, CO; :00]


Over the final five holes- Steve Lowery kept the pressure on Beem with shots like this one from the fairway. It finds the cup for a rare double- eagle. He followed that up with an eagle and a birdie. But he needed to make this birdie putt at 18 for the win, and Lowery leaves it right on the lip. Although he did make it pretty interesting down the stretch. Rich Beem wins the International with 44 points under the modified Stableford scoring system.
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