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A kidnapped baby is found safe and sound. The latest is just ahead on News 7 at 5.
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And as striking Dominion Power workers rally in Richmond, the company puts a new offer on the table. (-------------

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The heat and humidity made things a little uncomfortable this afternoon. Temperatures reaching the upper 80's and lower 90's. We'll see much the same for Thursday. I'll have your forecast coming up.

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Another water source for Roanoke is about to go on line.
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And in Healthcheck .. a colicky baby may drive you to tears, but a new study offers parents a lot of hope.
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News 7 at 5 is next.

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[IN Q=The mother grabbed the car...]

((The mother grabbed the car to try and stop it and was dragged a short distance across the parking lot and the vehicle was able to get away from the scene.))
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But not for long. A baby snatched from her mother's minivan in a Walmart parking lot yesterday is safe.
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[ANCHOR=Shan]

Good evening. I'm Shannon Young in for Jean Jadhon.






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The kidnapping occurred yesterday in the few seconds it took the baby's mother to wheel a shopping cart 10 feet away. Today, police say they found the child unharmed during a traffic stop hours away. Jim Acosta has the latest.
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((JUST ONE MONTH OLD AND PERHAPS UNAWARE OF THE DRAMA UNFOLDING AROUND HER LITTLE NANCY CRYSTAL CHAVEZ WAS RECOVERED SAFE AND SOUND.

SOT: Sgt. Kim Vickers, Abilene Police Dept. "The baby's in perfectly

good health."
DEPUTIES FOUND BABY NANCY DURING A TRAFFIC STOP WHEN THEY PULLED OVER HER ALLEGED KIDNAPPER SOME 120 MILES FROM THE SCENE OF THE ABDUCTION.

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A SECURITY CAMERA CAPTURED THE INFANT'S MOTHER CLINGING IN DESPERATION AND THEN DRAGGED BY THE KIDNAPPER'S CAR. THE BABY WAS LEFT UNATTENDED FOR ONLY A FEW MINUTES YESTERDAY IN A WAL MART PARKING LOT IN ABILENE - WHILE HER MOTHER WAS RETURNING A SHOPPING CART. POLICE BELIEVE THE ABDUCTOR CIRCLED THE LOT IN SEARCH OF A VICTIM.

(LOCATOR: ABILENE, TX)


AIDING AUTHORITIES WAS A CHILD ABDUCTION WARNING -- OR SO-CALLED "AMBER ALERT" -- THAT WAS POSTED ON HIGHWAY SIGNS ACROSS TEXAS.

SOT: VICKERS AGAIN "We do feel like Amber Alert deserves a lot of

credit... got baby back safely."
THE KIDNAPPER - POLICE SAY - WAS A WOMAN DRIVING A TURQUOISE SEDAN. THE CAR WAS DAMAGED - WHEN A BYSTANDER SMASHED THROUGH THE PASSENGER SIDE WINDOW OF THE VEHICLE - AFTER HEARING THE MOTHERS SCREAMS.

SOT: Robert Gann, Witness "She was sayin' oh, my baby, my baby, and I

seen her jump on the window, and the lady backed up, and she took off."
INVESTIGATORS SAY ITS A CLASSIC BABY ABDUCTION CASE - AND CHANCES WERE GOOD FROM THE BEGINNING OF THIS NIGHTMARE THAT THE INFANT WOULD BE RETURNED UNHARMED. JA CBS NEWS ))

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Here at home, Campbell County authorities are still searching for a masked gunman who shot and killed a man in his home last night.
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Just after midnight, police say an intruder walked into this home on Dearing Ford Road and shot to death 26-year-old Tony O'Brien Stone.
Three other adults and a small child were in the home at the time, but they were not injured.
Authorities would not discuss a possible motive, but they do say the shooting did "not" appear to be a random act.

No arrest has been made.
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Two birds found dead east of the Blue Ridge last week have tested positive for the West Nile Virus. State health officials received word yesterday that a crow found near Campbell Avenue in Lynchburg was infected with the virus. Another bird found off of Route 24 in Appomattox also tested positive. So far, NO human cases of the virus have been reported in the region.

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Roanoke city officials would love to see some clouds on the horizon, but with little rain in the forecast they're continuing to bring new sources of water on-line.
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Joe Dashiell is here tonight with details of the latest efforts to increase Roanoke's supply of drinking water.
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Shannon, Crystal Spring is now pumping about three million gallons a day into the city's water distribution system.
And soon, the Muse Spring Well in southeast Roanoke should add a million more.
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((The well has been drilled... The water tested by the health department... and on a hot august afternoon, a contractor's crew was making final preparations before dropping the pump.
Muse Spring once served the city as a source of drinking water, and officials believe a deep well at the site will provide a steady supply of high quality water.
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((MIKE MCEVOY: WE HOPE TO HAVE IT TURNED ON IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. WE'RE BEHIND ON CONSTRUCTION. THIS ONE WAS PUT TOGETHER ON THE FLY, SO WE'VE HAD SOME MATERIAL ISSUES IN GETTING THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT IN PLACE, BUT THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS APPROVED THE SITE AND WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT GETTING IT GOING.))
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And other wells are in the works. The city's geologist was in town today surveying potential sites. He's found about five locations primarily in the southern part of the city, that appear to be promising locations for new wells
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Shannon, Utilities Director Mike McEvoy says the city will start moving on those.

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Striking Dominion Virginia Power workers marched on the state capitol today, as union leaders and company officials went back to the bargaining table.
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((NATS: LOCAL 50, ON STRIKE, LOCAL 50, ON STRIKE.))
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Workers have been on strike since August 2nd.
They want better pensions and health care for retirees.
Dominion offered a 5-year contract proposal that it says offers improvements in the retirement and medical plans.
The union represents 37-hundred workers in Virginia, North Carolina and West Virginia.
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Hundreds of people were evacuated from a small town outside St. Louis today, after being menaced by a massive chlorine leak. As Drew Levinson reports, the leak sure looked scary, but the danger appears to be over.
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(((LOCATOR: FESTUS, MO)
IT WAS ONE OF THOSE SCENES WHERE IT LOOKED A LOT WORSE THAN IT ACTUALLY WAS.
THE YELLOW COLORED CHLORINE SPEWED FROM A RUPTURED HOSE THAT CONNECTED A FREIGHT TRAIN WITH A CHEMICAL PLAN IN THE ST. LOUIS SUBURB OF FESTUS.
THE PLANT AS WELL AS HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE WHO LIVE AND WORK NEARBY WERE EVACUATED.

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"It was such a big cloud you couldn't hardly see anything ... and were told to get out as quick as possible."
WHILE THE GAS HOVERED CLOSE TO THE GROUND FOR THE MOST PART, SOME PEOPLE SUFFERED WHAT WAS DESCRIBED AS MINOR IRRITATION TO THEIR LUNGS.

(SOT: CHRIS PIGG/JEFFERSON CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.)

"Difficulty breathing, headaches, those types of symptoms, nothing very serious."
INDEED, THE CREEPING CARPET OF CHLORINE LOOKED MENACING. CHLORINE GAS IN LARGE QUANTITIES SHUTS DOWN THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM AND CAN BE FATAL....FORTUNATELY NOONE WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED. THE LEAK WAS FINALLY CAPPED AROUND NOON.
DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS. ))

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Oh baby, what to do about the crying. Still ahead in Healthcheck, some comforting findings for parents of colicky little ones.
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And the promise of higher accuracy for mammograms, and their ability to detect problems before the health risks rise.
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In Healthcheck today, new technology promises to bring a whole new level of accuracy to mammograms, which currently find breast lumps only some of the time. Dr. Mike Rosen has the story.
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(( (NAT: USE WALKING SHOT/T2) TRACK: 60-YEAR OLD BRENDA DAY IS LIKE MILLIONS OF AMERICAN WOMEN. BREAST CANCER HAS DIRECTLY TOUCHED HER LIFE.

SOT: BRENDA DAY

T2/: 02:05:55 MY SISTER HAD A MASTECTOMY-- A RADICAL ONE-- AN I AM JUST WONDERING WAS IT-- DID SHE HAVE TO HAVE THAT-- AND I THINK ABOUT IT EVERY DAY.
TRACK: (GENERIC MAMMOGRAPHY FILE) FOR BREAST CANCER-- MAMMOGRAPHY REMAINS THE UNIVERSAL TOOL FOR DETECTING THE DISEASE .... BUT IT IS NOT A PERFECT TOOL....

SOT: DR. RACHEL BREM/GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CTR.

T1: 01:02:00 WE HAVE TWO CHALLENGES IN MAMMOGRAPHY. ONE IS-- HOW DO WE DIAGNOSE MORE BREAST CANCER-- AND HOW DO WE DIFFERENTIATE THINGS WE ARE SEEING ON MAMMOGRAMS -- AS BENIGN OR MALIGNANT.

(T1: SHOTS OF CAMERA-- MAY NEED TO DISSOLVE TO SHOTS OF PATIENT AND DOC

AT CAMERA) TRACK: ENTER-- HIGH RESOLUTION SCINTIMAMMOGRAPHY...AND A NEW CUTTING-EDGE GAMMA RAY CAMERA THAT COULD TAKE NUCLEAR MEDICINE IMAGING OF THE BREAST TO THE NEXT LEVEL.

(T2: MAYBE SHOTS OF DR. BREM AT LIGHT BOX-- AND CLOSE-UPS OF IMAGES...)

TRACK: ...INSTEAD OF TAKING A PICTURE OF THE ANATOMY OF A PARTICULAR
BREAST...AS IN MAMMOGRAPHY-----THE DILON CAMERA BEING STUDIED AT GEORGE

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER IN D-C.... EXAMINES HOW ACTIVE THE CELLS ARE -- IN THAT BREAST.

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TRACK: .... IT DOES THAT BY LOOKING FOR A RADIO-TRACER WHICH IS INJECTED INTO THE PATIENT... AND IS ABSORBED BY NORMALLY -- VERY ACTIVE CANCER CELLS.

SOT: DR. BREM

T1: 01:02:55 WE JUST FINISHED THE FIRST YEAR AND WE FOUND 2- BREAST CANCERS THAT WERE PREVIOUSLY UNDETECTED-- EITHER BY PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OR ON MAMMOGRAPHY.
TRACK: ....AND THEY WERE EXTREMELY SMALL-- WHICH MAKES SURVIVAL-- MUCH MORE LIKELY. SCINTIMAMMOGRAPHY HOWEVER-- WILL NOT LIKELY REPLACE MAMMOGRAPHY-- BUT INSTEAD --POTENTIALLY-- BE USED ALONGSIDE OF IT... TO HELP DOCTORS KNOW WHAT IS CANCER AND WHAT IS NOT. DR. MIKE ROSEN, CBS NEWS..))
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And we have at least somewhat comforting news for parents of colicky babies.
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[NO SUPER] A new study suggests there's no medical cause for the condition.
As many parents know all to well, colicky babies often cry for hours at a time, sometimes so intensely they look like they're in pain. But researchers from the University of New Hampshire say there isn't anything medically wrong with those babies .. crying is just their way of communicating. And of course, if your baby appears to be crying inconsolably .. you should check with a doctor.
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A familiar Roanoke restaurant has a new home .. and as you might expect, Patrick quickly found his way up the hill to its new location.
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A downtown landmark has relocated to bigger, more suburban digs .. but the essence of Carlos Brazilian restaurant hasn't changed with the location.
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Patrick Evans joins us from the new location, overlooking Tanglewood Mall in Roanoke;
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NASCAR and basketball items up for bids. Still ahead, more cool stuff up for bids at the Roy Stanley Memorial Auction.
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And maybe you didn't know, but when you hang something from your rear-view mirror, you're breaking the law. For some people, that leads to much bigger trouble.
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Some of the nation's richest companies are scrambling today to meet a deadline to report their finances.
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The government required action is designed to end corporate fraud and restore investor confidence. An unprecedented collection of documents was sent by C-E-O's of the country's largest public companies... swearing to the accuracy of their recent financial reports. Several companies have already admitted errors, and restated their finances. The Securities and Exchange Commission says it'll be at least a week before it knows how many companies failed meet the deadline.
It's still unclear what kind of penalty might be imposed.
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We're checking on reports being filed to see what major local employers are sending in to Washington .. and we'll pass along what we learn on News 7 at 6:00.

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Wall Street seemed encouraged with the new requirements, posting strong advances today.
Alexis Christoforous has our Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon folks - the midweek ticker - as promised - will give you folks a look at more of the items you will have a chance to bid on tomorrow night at the Roy Stanley Memorial auction at the Salem Civic Center. The event gets underway at seven o'clock and admission is absolutely free. Tonight - we have a look at some of the basketball and NASCAR stuff that is yours for the taking.
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(( The basketball items include everything from a ball autographed by the Maryland Terrapins national title team to a Larry Bird fan's fantasy of autographs, shirts, figures, mugs and Wheaties Boxes. There are collectibles from Jordan and Magic, as well - PLUS - a card autographed by hall of famer Willis Reed - just to mention a few of the available roundball items. On the NASCAR front there are autographed trading cards, signed diecasts, photos autographed by Jeff Gordon and Bobby Labonte. And a rare framed autograph set of Dale Earnhardt Senior and Dale Junior cards. Plus, fans will have a chance to win tickets to the Martinsville Speedway, the Virginia International Raceway, and take home the Richard Petty Driving Experience for two at Charlotte. And fans can bid to become honorary pit crew members on Rusty's team for the Martinsville race. There also will be some golf stuff for players and collectors. All proceeds go to support the Roy Stanley Memorial scholarship fund.)) ((CHIP SULLIVAN:)) [come out to Mike who will adlib with items and go to the full screen board to the break] [board is on 6091]
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Finally, we all know police can pull us over for a number of reasons from faulty equipment to expired tags.
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How about the junk we've accumulated around the rear-view mirror? Yep, it's a violation of the state code to have anything dangling from the mirror. The law's been on the books for more than 40 years. And when you leave something hanging like that, you leave yourself open to closer scrutiny from police.
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((AND WHEN HE MAKES THE STOP, THERE MAY BE INDICATORS THAT SAY THAT HE NEEDS TO PROCEED A LITTLE BIT FARTHER WITH A LINE OF QUESTIONING OR AN OBSERVATION INSIDE THE VEHICLE AND THAT MAY LEAD TO SOMETHING MORE THAN JUST A CRACKED TAIL LIGHT LENS OR OBJECT FROM THE MIRROR.))
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The air freshener is a popular favorite among motorists. AND it's a magnet for police- -especially those is search of a certain type of suspect.
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On NEWS 7 at SIX tonight, we'll tell you more about that including the story of a significant drug arrest- -a bust that began with a simple traffic stop of a van sporting air fresheners.
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