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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities search for a missing nine year old girl after her parents are found apparently shot to death in their Henry County home.
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also we will hear from the mother of the infant girl kidnapped yesterday in Texas.
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Scattered gully washers in play today and that chance of thunderstorms continues this weekend.

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Football practice is cancelled at Virginia Tech after too many players become sick.
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Some local residents are upset after they were caught up in the police's efforts to stop a get away attempt.
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Local authorities search for a nine year old girl after her parents are found apparently murdered in their home.
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Police say a family friend found the bodies of 50 year old Michael Short and his 36 year old wife Mary this morning.
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[Take Pinnacle Picture of Jennifer]
Their daughter Jennifer Renee Short is missing.
She is described as white, four feet-three inches tall. She weighs 58 pounds and has brown hair.
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Justin McCleod is in Henry County with the latest.
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((ROLLCUE:...involving the two parents.))
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The woman accused of kidnapping a month-old baby in a Walmart parking lot is back in jail after making her first court appearance.
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The charges against Paula Roach were read in an Abilene, Texas courtroom today. She is being held on 200-thousand dollars bond after being arrested yesterday. Police say she drove away with the infant from an Abilene parking lot as the baby's mother struggled to stop the vehicle.
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((MARGARITA CHAVEZ/MOTHER: I TRIED TO PULL HER HAIR, BUT SHE PUT THE WINDOW UP, I COULDNT DO ANYTHING.))
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Authorities say Roach, a 24-year-old former prison guard, convinced her family that she had given birth. It turns out Roach had had a miscarriage last year that relatives said they weren't aware of.
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The teenager who opened fire at a California high school last year could face a 425-year prison term.
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Charles ``Andy'' Williams is being sentenced today for killing two students and wounding 13 others in March 2001.
Williams says he was bullied by other students at Santana High School in Santee, outside San Diego. But a prosecutor says having his skateboard stolen and being roughed up doesn't justify Williams' actions. The 16-year old faces a minimum of 50-years behind bars. But one victim of the attack says the punishment should be worse.
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((RAY SERRATO/SHOOTING VICTIM: I THINK MORE THAN HALF THE WORLD'S BEEN AFFECTED BY THIS CRIME. I'M HERE TO SAY FIFTY YEARS IS NOT ENOUGH.))
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Ray Serrato says he has forgiven Williams but still suffers. He still has a bullet lodged in his back.
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A high speed police chase in the New River Valley earlier this week ended safely with the suspect in custody ... but left some innocent drivers with damages...
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Drema O'Dell is one motorist who got caught up in the chase on Route-11 on Tuesday. State Police pursued a speeder from Interstate-81, down Draper Mountain, through downtown Pulaski.
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Spike Strips - - shown here at a demonstration in Roanoke - - were put down to stop the suspect. He swerved and avoided them - but O'Dell and others wound up with flat tires.
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((DREMA O'DELL/MOTORIST; I DON'T WANT IN ANYWAY TO REFLECT THAT I PUT THE POLICEMAN DOWN FOR DOING THEIR JOBS. I DON'T KNOW WHAT THE SITUATION WAS THAT CAUSED THEM TO BE INVOLVED IN THIS CHASE BUT FOR ME ITS SOMETHING I DON'T EVER WANT TO HAPPEN TO ME AGAIN.))
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State Police Sergeant Dirk Compton says he made the call to use the spike strips to end the chase safely. He says they may have to buy some tires but that the strips work great for them. In all, seven tires were punctured. Motorists will be reimbursed. O'Dell says her costs are around 3-hundred dollars. No one was injured during the chase.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Joy Sutton will look at some things parents need to consider to make sure their children are healthy as they head back to school.
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And while they need to be concerned about the West Nile virus, we'll tell you about an even larger problem hitting local horse breeders.
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Eleven months after a hijacked airplane crashed into their workplace, Pentagon employees whose offices were in the direct line of fire are back at work. Aleen Sirgany was there for their return.
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((IT'S THE FIRST TIME MARINE CORPS COUNSEL PETER MURPHY HAS BEEN BACK IN HIS OFFICE SINCE SEPTEMBER 11...
NAT, This is moving day.
...AND IT'S BRINGING BACK MEMORIES OF WHEN AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 77 SLAMMED INTO THE BUILDING.
NAT The wall moved in, we were all tossed around.
MURPHY AND NEARLY TWO DOZEN OF HIS COLLEAGUES RETURNED TO THEIR NEWLY REBUILT OFFICES, WHICH WERE COMPLETED A MONTH AHEAD OF SCHEDULE.

SOT: (no super) as you walk in for the first time do you remember the

sight and sound? YES I DO.
FOR CORPORAL MICHAEL VERA, COMING BACK TO THE PENTAGON IS BITTERSWEET.

SOT: CORP. MICHAEL VERA/US MARINE CORPS Sometimes I get kind of nervous

and angry because you remember what happened that day.
WORKERS ARE STILL MOVING FURNITURE INTO THESE OFFICES, BUT OTHERWISE, THEY LOOK MUCH LIKE THEY DID BEFORE THE ATTACK.

SOT: PETER MURPHY/Marine Corps General Counsel It's identical. It's

almost like twilight zone
50-THOUSAND TONS OF DEBRIS WERE REMOVED FROM THE HUGE HOLE THAT ONCE CONSUMED THIS WING OF THE BUILDING. AND 400-THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OF OFFICE SPACE IS BEING REBUILT. THE BUILDING IS FIXED, BUT FOR THOSE WHO WORK HERE, THE MEMORY OF SEPTEMBER 11TH WILL NEVER GO AWAY.

SOT: MURPHY i'll never come to work in this office without thinking of

people who were killed
SIRGANY STAND-UP CLOSE TO COME.))


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West Nile may be the most visible virus lately, but horse owners have been battling other mosquito borne illnesses for years.
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Eastern Equine Encephalitis is transmitted like West Nile, but has a higher fatality rate among infected horses. Veterinarians say common sense is the best medicine to prevent mosquito borne illnesses.
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((DR. WALLY PALMER/VIRGINIA TECH VETERINARIAN; MOSQUITOS TRAVEL MAYBE HALF A MILE, SO IF YOU'VE GOT STANDING WATER BREEDING IN OLD TIRES, OR FARM EQUIPMENT THAT HAS WATER, YOU'VE GOT MOSQUITOES. AND YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE MOSQUITOES TO CATCH THE DISEASE. IF YOUR HORSE ISN'T VACCINATED, BUT IF YOU HAVE NO MOSQUITOES YOU'RE NOT GOING TO CATCH IT.))
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In addition to mosquito prevention, horse vaccines are available for West Nile and Eastern Encephalitis. So far, there is no human vaccine for either virus.
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For kids, heading back to school means a lot more than just buying pencils and paper.
Whether it's overcoming first day jitters or making sure your child is up to date on vaccinations, there is a lot to prepare for.
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Tonight parents can find some help at Lewis Gale Clinic's "Back to School Seminar" at the Hotel Roanoke. That's where we find Joy Sutton
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Joy does two live interviews.
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Coming up next on the Newscast, Patrick Evans will have some coverage on coverage.
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Perennials like hosta make great ground cover, but may begin to look a little peaked (PEE-ked) in the latter part of summer, but some varieties hold up better than others.
Patrick Evans takes a look at hosta in this week's installment of Growin' It.
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Coming up next on the newscast, a virus sidelines much of the Virginia Tech football team.
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Then a little later, we will take a look at the reason that even 25 years after his death, Elvis Presley is still commanding the love of his fans.
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25 years after his death, Elvis Presley still reigns as the king of Rock-N-Roll. Thousands of fans are making a pilgrimage to Elvis' Graceland home in Memphis.
That's where Teri Okita discovered that the Presley phenomenon lives on.
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(( IF ELVIS HAS LEFT THE BUILDING, HIS SPIRIT AT GRACELAND MANSION LIVES ON.
MOS: WOMAN SINGING HEARTBREAK HOTEL
FOR FANS WHO COME HERE TO PAY HOMAGE, THIS ISNT SIMPLY A TOURIST ATTRACTION, ITS A RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE.

(Super: Keith Nessen/Visited Graceland 27 Times)
SOT: He touched my life. I saw him in concert in 1977, and since I saw

him, Ive been a fan ever since.
TRIBUTES FROM AROUND THE WORLD, DOZENS OF FLORAL SPRAYS, EVEN A CARNATION COSTUME ADORN THE MEDITATION GARDEN WHERE ELVIS IS BURIED AND WHERE HIS LIGHT STILL SHINES.

(Super: Omar Kaeek/Fan from Finland-QUICK!)
SOT: Anything about him is deep in my heart, love, respect.



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STANDUP BRIDGE: Elvis is still very much alive at boulevard souvenirs in Memphis where you can get an Elvis lunchbox, Elvis dolls, Hunka Burning love boxers, and even Elvis sunglasses.
MARKETING ASIDE, ITS THE MUSIC ALL THOSE GOLD AND PLATINUM RECORDS THAT MEAN SO MUCH TO SO MANY.

(Super: Jacobs/Fan from Baltimore)
SOT: Hes a huge symbol of where black and white music are joined at the

hip, if youll pardon the pun.
AND AS ELVIS FANS GET A LITTLE GRAYER, FOR SOME, HIS MUSIC HARKENS BACK TO A KINDER, GENTLER TIME.

(Super: Rita Utrup/Fan from Ohio)
SOT: Yeah, the fun, the partying, the dancing, the jukebox, the

sockhops, all those are always special.
THE MAN. THE MYTH. THE CULT FIGURE. A QUARTER CENTURY LATER AND FANS ARE STILL SAYING, LONG LIVE THE KING.
MOS: Keith: Thank you, thank you very much. Aloha.
TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, MEMPHIS. ))

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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Thursday ticker. We start in Blacksburg where over 40 members of the Virginia Tech football team have been hit with a gastrointestinal virus.
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The outbreak caused Tech to cancel both football practices today. This virus usually lasts 24 to 48 hours and the entire Tech staff is monitoring the situation.
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It's a special night here at the Big 7, as we honor Roy Stanley with an auction at the Salem Civic Center. Salem is not the only place where Roy will be remembered tonight. Down in the New River Valley, Stanley will be inducted into the Radford University Sports Hall of Fame. Roy is the first non-Radford coach or athlete to be honored by induction.

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The other two inductees are former women's basketball player Shannon Wilkey, who led the Lady Highlanders to four Big South Championships in the early 90's, and Wytheville native Anne Fontaine, former all conference volleyball player and three time letter winner in basketball.
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