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Today on News 7 at 5, the town of Gretna has to deal with a severe shortage of water. We'll have the details.
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and a local official quits his job after he is charged with driving under the influence.
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More of the same only hotter tomorrow. We'll look at the radar for any showers that are popping up in a moment.

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Today on health check, we will see something that can stop excessive sweating for at least a year.
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We will see what U-S Airways bankruptcy filing will mean to local passengers.
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Plus we will tell you why Lisa Marie Presley will be stuck with a Cage for the foreseeable future. News 7 at 5 is next.

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The U-S Airways Jets are still taking off- despite its filing for bankruptcy.
Tonight we'll find out what the filing means for passengers.
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Good Evening.
The jets are still in the sky- but what is the future for U-S Airways and what does its filing mean for passengers?
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We'll check in at the Roanoke Regional Airport tonight- but first a look at the airline nationwide- Aleen Sirgany is at Reagan National.
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((FROM THE TRAFFIC IN THE SKIES, YOUD NEVER KNOW U.S AIRWAYS IS IN TROUBLE. EVEN AS THE NATIONS 7TH LARGEST CARRIER ENTERS BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS, FLIGHTS SEEMED TO OPERATE SMOOTHLY AND ON TIME. JIM FERRALL/PASSENGER: I was hoping that they would continue flying today of reassuring people about that.
PASSENGERS FLYING JUST ONE DAY AFTER U.S AIRWAYS FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY SAY THEY HAD NO PROBLEMS.

(SOT)TPATTI ROHMAN/PASSENGER

IM NOT REALLY CONCERNED, WORK OUT FOR THEM
AT THE BANKRUPTCY HEARING, U.S AIRWAYS OFFICALS SAID NO AIRLINE WAS HIT HARDER AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH. BUT THEY HOPE THE AIRLINE WILL GET BACK ON ITS FEET WITHIN EIGHT MONTHS AND THEY SAY PASSENGERS WILL NOT BE AFFECTED. Chris Chiames/US AIRWAYS, Sunday Dividend miles will continue to be awarded. we'll honor all tickets. the customer should see this as a seemless operation She shouldn't have any problems thats what theyve been telling everyone. TRAVEL AGENCIES SPENT MUCH OF THE DAY REASSURING WORRIED PASSENGERS. BUT AGENTS SAY THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES FOR THE FUTURE..ESPECIALLY DURING THE HOLIDAYS. ADA PENA/TRAVEL AGENT YOU MAY NOT HAVE A LOT OF CHOICES BUT IF YOU HAVE CHOICES, I WOULD BE CAUTIOUS IN THAT RESPECT. SIRGANY: AGENTS SAY EVEN IF U.S AIR DOES FOLD SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE, WHICH THERE IS NO TALK OF RIGHT NOW, OTHER AIRLINES WOULD HONOR THE TICKETS. THE PROBLEM IS THERE MIGHT NOT BE ENOUGH FLIGHTS FOR YOU TO GET WHERE YOU WANT TO GO, WHEN YOU NEED TO GET THERE.))

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Local US Airways passengers are not expected to feel the company's financial pain.
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Shannon Young is at the Roanoke Regional Airport to tell us why.
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Jean, the Roanoke Valley is serviced by US Airways Express, a subsidiary of US Airways, but not one of the four that joined their parent company in filing for bankruptcy. The director of the Roanoke Regional Airport says, locally, the airline's doing just fine. ((ROLLCUE:locally, the airline's doing just fine.))
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((JACKIE SCHUCK/AIRPORT DIRECTOR: US AIRWAYS HAS ABOUT FIFTY PERCENT OF OUR SEATS SO THAT'S ABOUT 700-800 SEATS GOING OUT IN A DAY. NOT TOTALLY FULL BUT HEALTHY-FULL. SO, I'M HOPEFUL THERE WOULDN'T BE ANY REDUCTION IN FLIGHTS. I DON'T SEE ANY REASON FOR A REDUCTION IN FLIGHTS.))
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In fact, Shuck says, if anything, she'd like US Airways to make more seats available every day. A top official with the compnay says US Airways was hurt more by September eleventh than any other carrier because its primary business involves shorter flights along the east coast where many travellers have opted in favor of cars or trains.
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But Shuck says, local US Airways travel is down only as much as the other carriers, about 8 or 9 percent. Jean...
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Franklin County's Public Safety Director has resigned ... after being charged with drunk driving over the weekend.

Claude Webster was arrested after crashing his car through a fence Saturday afternoon.
No one was injured --
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but a breath test showed Webster's blood alcohol content was POINT - ONE- SIX -- twice the legal limit.
His friend and colleague, Bennie Russell, has been named Acting Director of Public Safety.
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((BENNIE RUSSELL/ACTING DIRECTOR: THERE'LL BE A VOID NOT ONLY PROFESSIONALLY BUT PERSONALLY. WE REALLY HAVE DEEP FEELINGS FOR HIM AND WE WANT HIM TO SUCCEED IN WHATEVER HE DECIDES TO DO.))
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Webster has been Franklin County's Public Safety Director for more than eight years.
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In February, he was placed on administrative leave for threatening a patron with a gun at a Wendy's drive-thru.
He's due in court to face the drunk driving charge next week.
Our attempts to reach him were unsuccessful.

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The prolonged drought has left many Virginia localities thirsting for water, but few areas are in as much danger as the town of Gretna.
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This is what the town's main water supply looks like right now.. dry, cracked mud can be found in areas that used to be occupied by several feet of water.
The town imposed mandatory water restrictions last week, but officials figure they have only a few weeks supply left.
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((THIS IS SERIOUS, WE HAVE AN EMERGENCY. WE HAVE ABOUT MAYBE THREE WEEKS OF WATER LEFT AND SCHOOL STARTS IN TWO WEEKS AND IT'S IMPACTING ABOUT TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE IN THIS AREA WITH THE TOWN SITUATION THE WAY IT IS. WE HAVE A SERIOUS PROBLEM.))
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Help may be on the way.. the town is digging a dam and containment pond on property the county recently bought.
They hope to start piping that water up to the town reservoir within a week.
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Doctors say Actor Jason Priestly is improving and should make a full recovery.
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The 32-year old fractured his spine when he crashed his racecar at the Kentucky speedway.
Priestly was going about 180 miles an hour when he slammed his car head on into a wall during practice.
He suffered injuries to both his face and feet and he broke his back.
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((HE HAS NO EVIDENCE OF PARALYSIS, NEUROLOGICAL IMPARIMENT AT PRESENT AND WE DON'T EXPECT THAT TO DEVELOP BUT THAT IS PART OF HIS ONGOING MONITORING IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT.))
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Priestly also suffered a concussion but doctors say he is conscious.
The 32 year old actor is best known for his role in the Fox Series Beverly Hills 9-0-2-0-1.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will tell you why Wytheville may be the choice of a new generation for a new production center,
Plus on Health check we will see a new medical treatment so simple, it is absolutely no sweat for patients.
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It is the scandal that could catch homemaking guru Martha Stewart in its net.
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Today the former chief executive of ImClone Systems- Sam Waksal- pleaded not guilty to banking and securities fraud.


The 54-year old said he still believes in his company's cancer drug- Erbitux- saying it has the potential to help thousands.
Waksul is accused of trying to sell ImClone shares ahead of a public announcement that the Food and Drug Administration would reject ImClone's application to market its drug. He's also accused of tipping off two family members.
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Martha Stewart reportedly sold her ImClone shares one day before the F-D-A announced it would not approve ImClone- and the stock price dropped.


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Hundreds of new jobs are a step closer to reality in Wythe County...
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The Pepis bottling Group is buying 15-acres along Interstate-81 for about 500-thousand dollars. The hope now is that the company will build a 65-million dollar plant which would hire more than 2-hundred workers. The Town Manager says local government has been working on the deal for about nine-months.
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((WAYNE SUTHERLAND/WYTHEVILLE TOWN MANAGER; THEY'RE A LARGE CORPORATION AND A HALF A MILLION DOLLARS IS A LOT OF MONEY TO US CERTAINLY THE MARKET COULD CHANGE OR SOMETHING COULD HAPPEN AND THEY COULD DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT WE DON'T KNOW BUT WE'RE OPTIMISTIC THEY'RE GOING TO PUT A FACILITY HERE.))
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Town officials don't know how a new facility would affect existing plants in Marion and Princeton, West Virginia. Pepsi is not saying if those operations would be consolidated. Sutherland says the town is helping the project along by building access roads and water sources.
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Today on Health Check, it's a common problem that nobody likes to talk about... excessive sweating.
But a new treatment is showing promise that it can wipeout wetness.
Dr. Sean Kenniff reports.
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((NEVER LET 'EM SEE YOU SWEAT...EASIER SAID THAN DONE...IN THE MIDDLE OF SUMMER...IN MIAMI...SWEATING IS A WAY OF LIFE...BUT FOR SOME PEOPLE SWEATING...CAN REALLY BE REALLY THE PITS.

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"...you don't wanna look sloppy or nasty or even feel nasty"
AS A LAWYER GLENN WILLIAMS KNOWS HOW TO KEEP HIS COOL...BUT EVER SINCE HIGH SCHOOL HE'S BEEN TRYING TO HIDE AN EMBARASSING PROBLEM...HE SWEATS TOO MUCH...AND HE WAS CONCERNED THAT THIS BOTHERSOME PROBLEM MIGHT BE BOTHERING OTHERS.

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"...we live in a Latin community...everyone is hugging and kissing...and you don't want to hurt...or offend anyone..."
STANDUP: THEN A FRIEND TOLD HIM ABOUT A STUDY BEING CONDUCTED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI...AND HIS CONDITION WAS FINALLY GIVEN A NAME.

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"...hyperhydrosis is excessive sweating...it's a latin word for excessive sweating...it's a very common disorder...that most people don't realize it's a disorder...they just feel it's a bothersome problem..."
NOW PATIENTS WITH HYPERHYDROSIS ARE GETTING HELP AT AN UNLIKELY PLACE...THE DERMATOLOGISTS OFFICE...BOTOX...THE WRINKLE WONDER DRUG...IS NOW BEING USED TO DRY UP SWEATY PLAMS AND STOP SWEATY SHIRTS. SIMPLY PUT...BOTOX PARALYZES THE SWEAT GLAND. IT WORKS INSTANTLY...AND IT WORKS ON NEARLY EVERYONE. IT WORKS SO WELL...GLENN HASN'T PITTED A SHIRT IN OVER A YEAR.

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"..for the past year...twelve months...i haven't sweated at all...i'm in the gym...i'm sweating here...sweating on my back...but nothing under here."
THE INJECTIONS ARE DONE IN ONE DAY, ABOUT TWENTY PER ARMPIT AREA. THE NEEDLE IS SMALL...AND THE PROCEDURE IS PAINLESS. BUT IT CAN BE COSTLY...ANYWHERE FROM 700 TO 1400 DOLLARS. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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An art exhibit in Belgium is not above milking something for a little publicity.
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Window shoppers are taking a second look at a store front.
Live cows graze quitely and chew their cud as passerbys ponder the exhibit.
And thinking about it is just what the artist wants people to do. Some, however, aren't that philosophical complaining that the exhibit borders on cruelty and insist the cows should be returned to the farm.
The exhibit is part of Borgloon's arts festival.
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Still to come on the newscast, Mike Stevens will have a preview of the Roy Stanley Memorial Auction.
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[VO] Also the King's only daughter gets married for the thrid time.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, Playboy decides to expand its empire to the radio,
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and we will spy on the weekend box office to see if a Triple X movie can make it to the top of the charts.
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On Wall Street, investors were hesitant to take any strong positions ahead of tomorrow's Federal Reserve meeting.
Alexis Christoforous tells us what that meant for today's stock prices.
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It is official...Lisa Marie Presley and actor Nicolas Cage were married over the weekend.
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Their spokespeople confirm the couple tied the knot at a hotel in Hawaii.
The family-only ceremony included Presley's mother Priscilla and her maternal grandparents. Lisa Marie's 13-year-old daughter Danielle was flower girl and her 10-year-old son Benjamin was a ring bearer along with Cage's 12-year-old son Weston.
It is the second marriage for Cage, who was previously married to Patricia Arquette.
It is Presley's third trip down the aisle. Her last marriage to Micheal Jackson only lasted 18 months.
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Welcome everybody to the Monday ticker. On Thursday of this week - the Roy Stanley Memorial Auction will take place on Thursday night at the Salem Civic Center. The auction gets underway at seven and it is absolutely free to get in the Community Room for the event. Starting tonight and running through Thursday we're going to give you a sneak peek at some of the auction items you'll have a chance to bid on. Tonight - football memoribilia is in the spotlight.
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(( There is something for everyone of you pigskin lovers. Whether you are a Hokie or a Cavalier. Or for that matter a West Virginia Mountaineer. Or how about a Georgia Bulldog looking for a piece of the past with Herschel Walker. The college stuff is plentiful, but the NFL memoribilia is what's really hot. A football autographed by Michael Vick. Another ball and a framed autographed by the baddest lienabcker of all time Dick Butkus. And what about the greatest runnng back ever - Jim Brown's signnature is available as well. Plus, Joe Montana starting lineups and a autographed football are all part of the first ever Roy Stanley Memorial auction,")) [TOSS TO MADE] [TOSS BACK TO MIKE] [TOSS TO BREAK]
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A high tech company wants to know to know if you can pause live television, why not live radio?
Also a new satellite radio channel tries to put the "X" in X-M.
Jody Davis has those stories and more in our technotainment report.
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(( STILL IN ITS FIRST YEAR OF NATIONWIDE SERVICE... XM SATELLITE RADIO IS ALREADY MAKING CHANGES TO THE PROGRAMMING LINEUP. IT'S SUBSTITUTING NEW CHANNELS FEATURING FOLK MUSIC, GOLDEN AGE RADIO SHOWS, ELECTRONICA, AND A PLAYBOY RADIO CHANNEL, WHICH CARRIES A 2.99 A MONTH PREMIUM. SINCE PLAYBOY IS BEST-KNOWN FOR ITS, UH, VISUALS ... ONE WONDERS WHAT MAKES AN AUDIO-ONLY SERVICE WORTH THE EXTRA 3 BUCKS.


SONIC... MEET GAMECUBE. SEGA'S MISCHIEVOUS MASCOT WILL BE THE STAR OF A DISC OF CLASSIC GAMES FOR NINTENDO'S NEW PLATFORM.
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THE SEVEN-GAME DISC IS CALLED THE "SONIC MEGA COLLECTION" AND INCLUDES THE ORIGINAL "SONIC THE HEDGEHOG" 1, 2, AND 3. SEGA SAYS IT'LL BE IN STORES IN NOVEMBER.


TIVO AND REPLAY TV ALLOW US TO RECORD OUR FAVORITE TELEVISION SHOWS ON A HARD DISC, AND PAUSE LIVE TV. NOW... A SIMILAR CAPABILITY IS BEING DEVELOPED FOR RADIO. I-BIQUITY DIGITAL SAYS IT'S WORKING ON THE TECHNOLOGY RIGHT NOW. IF YOU HAVEN'T HEARD OF I-BIQUITY, YOU WILL.
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IT HAS EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO CONVERT RADIO STATIONS' AM AND FM SIGNALS FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL. AND THAT'S THE WEEK IN TECHNOTAINMENT. JODE REPORTING.
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It was a big weekend for espionage at the movies.
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A tattooed secret agent, two underage spies and a shagadelic sleuth from the past took three of the top five spots at the box office.
``Triple X,'' an extreme reworking of the Bond genre starring Vin Diesel, finished on top with 46 MILLION dollars.
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Last week's number one finished second, but "Signs" still managed an out of this world take of 30 MILLION. `Spy Kids Two: The Island of Lost Dreams'' was third. "Austin Powers in Goldmember'' remained groovy with audiences, finishing fourth.
Clint Eastwood's "Bloodwork" came in fifth with a disappointing take of a little over seven MILLION dollars.
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