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Today on News 7 at Five, three long standing murders in the state has been solved. We'll have the details.
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Plus another bird in Roanoke is found with the West Nile Virus.
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Lots of heat and humidity today and more expected tomorrow. Our chances of rain are not significant over the next week.

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Also today, a local hospital is laying off workers. We'll tell you how many.
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An expansion in Salem could mean as many as 200 new jobs.
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Plus we will see if the Federal Reserve is cutting interest rates.
News 7 at Five is next.
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The murders of three Spotsylvania County girls are solved.
D-N-A evidence links this man to the killings seven years ago.
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Police say the evidence confirms that Richard (ee-VONN-its) Evonitz kidnapped and murdered three girls from Spotsylvania County in the late 1990s.
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Evonitz lived near Fredericksburg at the time of the murders.
He killed himself in June, as police in Florida tried to arrest him for the kidnapping and rape of a 15-year-old South Carolina girl.
Police say the D-N-A evidence proves Evonitz kidnapped and killed 16-year-old Sofia Silva in September 1996 and sisters Kristin and Kati Lisk in May 1997.
Investigators say he has not been linked to any other unsolved murders.
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Another missing girl- and another mystery. No one knows where the four year old California girl is.
Now ..as Manuel Gallegus reports, the FBI has joined in the search.
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((NO ONE IS EXACTLY SURE WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO 4 YEAR OLD JESSICA CORTEZ. THE GIRL WAS LAST SEEN SUNDAY NIGHT IN AN AREA CALLED ECHO PARK, IN EAST LOS ANGELES. HER FIVE YEAR OLD BROTHER THOUGHT SHE MAY HAVE FALLEN INTO THE MAN MADE LAKE. BUT NOW INVESTIGATORS THINK SHE MAY HAVE BEEN ABDUCTED -THEY ARE LOOKING FOR THIS UNIDENTIFIED MAN-WHO REPORTEDLY WAS HANGING AROUND THE PARK -AND WAS SEEN WITH HER. LT. JOSE PEREZ, LAPD At this point we are not ruling out anything. Were taking a look at the gentleman who was last seen with Jessica walking northbound on Glendale. JESSICAS DISTRAUGHT PARENTS PLEADED FOR THEIR DAUGHTERS RETURN. THE GIRLS MOTHER SELLS FOOD AT THE LAKEWHILE SHE WAS WORKING THE GIRL DISAPPEARED. DOZENS OF DIVERS ARE SEARCHING THE MURKY WATERS OF THE LAKE. LT. BOB GREEN, LAPD DIVING TEAM in most of the places in the lake its very silty. Theyre searching by feel.. S ARE ALSO GOING DOOR TO DOOR IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD THEYVE GATHERED SOME LEADS
POLICE HAVE ISSUED AN AMBER ALERT, THE STATEWIDE SYSTEM WHICH TELLS NEWS AND MEDIA OUTLETS OF CHILD ABDUCTIONS.
-GALLEGUS STAND-UP- BUT JESSICAS INFORMATION IS NOT APPEARING ON FREEWAY SIGNS AROUND THE STATE BECAUSE THERE IS NO VEHICLE INVOLVED.))

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With help from the Governor, Salem is making it possible for a local business to add 200-jobs.
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Governor Warner's Office today announced his Opportunity Fund would grant the city 3-hundred thousand dollars to assist in the purchase of 3 and a half acres of land adjacent to the Salem US Foodservice plant. The city's planning director says the property will house an access road and staging area that will enable the food distributor to expand.
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((JOE YATES/SALEM PLANNING DIRECTOR: CURRENTLY, THE WAY THEY WORK IT, IF THERE'S NOT A LOADING DOCK TRUCKS HAVE TO SIT THERE IDLING UNTIL THERE'S AN AVAILABLE DOCK. THIS WILL GIVE THEM ROOM TO STACK 20, 30 TRUCKS.))
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Yates says the plan's been in the works for about a year. City Council approved the purchase of the land during its meeting last night. The property's being sold by Virginia Tech, Roanoke College and Habitat for Humanity, which acquired it as a gift.
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Memorial Hospital in Martinsville announces a re-organization that will eliminate 96 full-time positions.
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Province Healthcare had agreed to retain all employees for a year after it acquired the hospital in May, but officials say it became apparent that changes would be needed.
Dismissed employees will receive severance pay through May 15th of next year.
Hospital officials say they remain committed to renovating the top three floors of the hospital and adding a permanent M-R-I unit.
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Giles County is joining the list of areas asking residents to conserve water...
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The main well in its regional water system has fallen from 80 feet ... to 30 feet. The source provides water for about four-thousand connections in the county and six towns. Officials say conservation and significant rainfall would help recharge the system. Since opening in 19-99, this is the first time they're asking residents to conserve.
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((DON CUMBEE/GILES CO. PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY; SUCH AS DO NOT WATER YOUR YARDS, WASHING YOUR VEHICLES ANY CONSERVATION METHODS THEY WILL GIVE US WE'RE CURRENTLY SUPPLEMENTING OUR SOURCE WITH INTERIM SOURCES INTERMENT WELLS.))
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Cumbee says he doesn't know exactly when mandatory restrictions would kick in ... but that they would take that step before turning to emergency water sources.
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Meanwhile, flooding in Giles County last month is not believed to have affected the overall water supply - but Cumbee says water usage was higher than normal during clean up efforts.
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Up next on the newscast, two people are killed and several others injured following explosions in two different homes.
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Also another bird from Roanoke has tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
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Another bird in Roanoke has tested positive for the West Nile virus.
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The Roanoke health department says it found a dead crow last Thursday, along the railroad tracks near 19th Street and Salem Avenue.
Officials sent the bird in for testing at their state lab in Richmond, and the results came back yesterday.
This is the third bird found in the Roanoke area with the virus.
Officials say they will continue to test dead bluejays, crows and raptors for the virus until ten positive cases are discovered.
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Two people were killed and five injured after a condominium exploded this morning in Connecticut.
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Police said the explosion was caused by natural gas, but a utility official says that hasn't been determined yet.


More than 200 people were evacuated. And officials say some residents won't be allowed back home for days. Emergency crews are going through the rubble trying to find out if any people are still trapped beneath.
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Natural gas may also be to blame for an explosion that ripped apart a neighborhood in Torrance, California.
A home tented for termite fumigation exploded early this morning. The house was leveled and as many as 20 others were damaged.
Utility officials say they've been told that a natural gas line into the home that was being fumigated wasn't shut off, and it should have been.
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It appears interest rates will stay the same. The Federal Reserve says it's is leaving interest rates where they are.
But the fed signaled it will cut short term rates- IF economic conditions worsen.
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The economy is just what was on President Bush's agenda today.
He says the economy is fundamentally strong and he promised to do all he can to get the country moving again.
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((WE GOT WORK TO DO. I KNOW THAT, BUT WE'LL DO THE WORK AND IT STARTS WITH LISTENTING TO FELLOW AMERICANS FINDING GOOD IDEAS.))
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President Bush sat down with CEOs and American workers to moderate discussions on issues ranging from corporate corruption to health care.
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One of the leading Catholic priests in America spent another day giving depositions- It is part of a lawsuit filed against a former priest accused of molesting children.
Drew Levinson reports with each new revelation, families of victims become more angry.
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(((LOCATOR: BOSTON)
As Bostons Cardinal Bernard Law was questioned for a third time-videotapes of his depositions back in June were made public.

(SOT CARDINAL BERNARD LAW, ARCHBISHOP OF BOSTON)

I AM AWARE OF THE ALLEGATIONS THAT HE WAS MOLESTED...
24-year old Greg Ford is suing Reverend Paul Shanley. He claims the priest sexually abused him when he was a boy..

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I WAS RAPED, HE RAPED ME, HE RAPED ME OF MY CHILDHOOD.
He accuses Law and the Archdiocese of protecting Shanley by moving him from parish to parish. The cardinal was asked when he first came to Boston in the early 1980s, if his top aide told him of complaints lodged against Shanley.

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DID BISHOP DAILY TELL YOU ANYTHING ABOUT PAUL SHANLEY MAKING REMARKS ABOUT INCEST, BEASTIALITY PEDIPHILIA OR THAT WHEN CHILDREN HAVE SEX WITH ADULTS IT IS THE FAULT OF THE CHILD? NO.
As part of the case-Law admitted he allowed another priest to return to his parish in 1988 after admitting he sexually abused a boy

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HE WAS ALLOWED TO CONTINUE, YES, AFTER INTERVENTION BY A MEDICAL SOURCE.
Greg Fords parents were insensed at the Cardinals statements-saying he was not forthcoming and they are upset the church was not helping them.

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ALL WE WERE WERE GOOD CATHOLICS, TRYING TO BRING OUR KIDS UP IN A GOOD CATHOLIC RELIGION AND THIS IS WHAT WE ARE GETTING WE ARE GETTING THE CHURCH TO FIGHT US.
Once known for his street ministry to gay and troubled youth-the 71- year-old Shanley is now in jail awaiting trial on child rape charges. Drew Levinson, CBS News.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, we will tell you why the local transportation musuem is working to get children to become readers.
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The Virginia Museum of Transportation is rolling out a new way to explore the world of transportation--through books.
The museum is offering up prgrams for both young and old.
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Patrick Evans is onsite at the museum with full details...
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will see what the Federal reserves announcement on interest rates has done to Wall Street,
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and we will tell you why some dog owners are getting their favorite pets to take a long walk off a short pier.
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On Wall Street today, stock prices sank late in the day, after the Federal Reserve decided not to cut interest rates.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks. As promised more on the upcoming Roy Stanley Memorial auction that is set for this Thursday night at the Salem Civic Center. Last night we talked about the football items we have for you to bid - tonight it's baseball.
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(( The National past time might be reeling under the pressure of a possible strike but we have a ton of diamond gems for you collectors including a game jersey, all-star game cap and autographed all-star baseball from Buena Vista native and former Indians' skipper Charlie Manuel. There are baseballs autographed by everyone from Buck O'Neil to Sandy Koufax to up and comer Marcus Giles. A Milwaukee Braves hat inked by Hank Aaron, plus a signed print and ball from Stan the man Musial. There are many Mark McGwire items - Bonds starting lineups and Ken Griffey Jr. memorabilia including Sports Impressions figurines and an autographed bat from the youngest man in history to reach the 400 more mark. Many of these items were made possible by the generosity of Radford University professor Dr. Denny Templeton.)) ((DENNY TEMPLETON:)) [MIKE WILL AD LIB WITH QUICK SHOT OF ITEMS ON THE TABLE IN FRONT OF HIM]

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Carvins cove is over 30 feet below the spillway and the suspension of all outdoor water usage is affecting not only residence, but football teams trying to prepare for the fast approaching season.
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William Fleming's football team moves from place to place on the practice field to avoid complete dust bowl conditions because the school cannot water the fields.
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Three pre-season games highlight a busy Thursday night in the NFL this week.
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Last Night, Tampa Bay ushered in the John Gruden era with a 14-10 win over the Miami Dolphins. Special teams caught everyone's attention. On the opening kickoff of the game, the Buccaneers Frank Murphy picks the ball up at his five and goes 95 yards for the touchdown.
Ronde Barber played just a few series with the Bucs Starting unit and was solid, nearly intercepting this Jay Fiedler pass.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, a story on the Atlanta Falcons Michael Vick, Warrick Dunn and T.J. Duckett.

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You've heard of leaping lizrads, but how about flying dogs.
Some canines in Minnesota are jumping for joy as they try their paw at dock jumping.


Kris Patrow has more.
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IT'S A PLANE...
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IT'S...
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WELL, IT'S A FLYING DOG CONTEST.
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SPORTING DOGS FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY BRING THEIR OWNERS HERE ... TO SHOW THEM THEY'RE NO CHICKENS WHEN IT COMES TO RETRIEVING GEESE.
(NATS - "Fetch!!")
(NATS - LITTLE GIRL "Not very far!")
(NATS - "Show off a little bit ... that's the main thing.")
(NATS - "Good job, yeah!")

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS... THE KID AT THE END OF THE DOCK HOLDS UP A GOOSE DECOY AND YELLS...
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THEN IT'S CONCENTRATION ... ANTICIPATION ... AND...
(NATS "Let me go... he says let me go... Okay, there he goes, there he goes.")
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A FEW DO CHANGE THEIR MINDS AT THE LAST MINUTE.

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like nosed dived right in.")

AND ALL OF THE FOUR-LEGGED FLYERS HAVE A HAPPY LANDING HERE ON SHORE.
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