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Coming up on News 7-
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Investigators retrace their steps in hopes of finding a missing Henry County girl. An officer aiding in the search is injured after his car overturns. Thick black smoke fills the sky over Houston, Texas. And, hundreds turn out to take part in one of Roy Stanley's favorite sports...
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.
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Investigators head back to the crime scene in hope of finding new clues in the apparent kidnapping of 9 year old Jennifer Short and the murder of her parents...
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Henry-Murders]


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The investigation is expanding but authorities say they are no closer to finding the little girl.
It has been nearly four days since 9- year old Jennifer disappeared after her parents were found murdered in their Oak Level home.
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Justin McLeod joins us now from the Henry County Sheriff's Office with an update.
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((ROLLCUE:...the sheriff won't admit it, but it appears this case has them all stumped.))
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One of the many law enforcement officials searching for Jennifer Short was shaken up but not seriously hurt after crashing his cruiser today.
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Martinsville Sheriff Steve Draper's cruiser hydroplaned and flipped over in the southbound lanes of Route 2-20 just before 2:30 this afternoon. He was not seriously injured, but was treated by emergency personell.
At the time of the accident--- he was helping with the search for Jennifer Short by patrolling the area.
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[220-Ax]


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A Covington man is in stable condition after an accident in Botetourt County...
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State Police say around 6 o-clock, 24 year old Warren Lamont Jordan was driving on Route 220 in Botetourt County when he veered off the right side of the road in the south bound lanes. His car then struck several apple trees at the Layman Brothers Orchards. Jordan was trapped in his car and was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Police say charges are pending.
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[Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=tha]
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The White House says President Bush won't move against Iraq, without clearly explaning his decision to the American people. But some in Congress are still questioning, if wiping out Saddam hussein is worth the risk. Aleen Sirgany has the latest from Washington.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. Richard Lugar/(R) Indiana; :15]
[SUPER=01-Sen. James Inhofe/(R) Oklahoma; :34]
[SUPER=01-Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf/Former Persian Gulf Commander; :59]
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(( AN INTENSE DEBATE STILL RAGES OVER WHETHER AND WHEN TO STRIKE IRAQ. PRESIDENT BUSH HAS MADE IT CLEAR -- SADDAM HUSSEIN HAS GOT TO GO. THE QUESTION IS -- CAN HE MAKE A CONVINCING CASE TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC, AND CONGRESS -- THAT WAR IS THE ONLY ANSWER.

SOT - SEN. RICHARD LUGAR/(R) INDIANA, FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE

"Unless we plan this carefully, we're likely to destabilize other countries in the Middle East."
THE PRESIDENT'S PLANS TO OUST SADDAM HAVE SPARKED DISSENT, EVEN WITHIN HIS OWN POLITICAL RANKS. SOME KEY REPUBLICANS ARGUE, THE U-S HAS YET TO CONSIDER THE REAL RISKS OF LAUNCHING A BATTLE. OTHERS SAY THERE'S LITTLE TIME TO WASTE.

SOT - SEN. JAMES INHOFE/(R) OKLAHOMA, ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE

"The mother of all wars is coming up, and we're sitting around wringing our hands, and I think that we're gonna have to do something."
MANY U-S ALLIES SAY AN INVASION 'CANNOT BE JUSTIFIED', WITHOUT FIRM PROOF, IRAQ IS DEVELOPING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.

SOT - PRESIDENT BUSH - nats.. "It's a healthy debate for people to

express their opinions."
THE PRESIDENT SAID AGAIN LAST WEEK -- HE HAS NO TIMETABLE FOR AN ATTACK. BUT PROMISED, AMERICA AND ITS ALLIES WILL KNOW WHAT'S HAPPENING, EVERY STEP OF THE WAY.

SOT - GEN. NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF (RET.)/FORMER U-S COMMANDER IN THE PERSIAN

GULF "It's great to have the support of the rest of the world, but I'll tell you the single most important thing, if our troops go to war, is to have the support of their own country."

(STANDUP) ALEEN SIRGANY/WASHINGTON D.C

TBA ))

[Missiles]


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A counter-terrorism consulting firm in New Mexico is catching heat from the federal government.
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"High Energy Access Tools" or "HEAT" is an anti-terrorism and police training company. They've recently been teaching classes for Arab students from the United Arab Emirates and Yemen. But today the president of the firm was arrested for possessing unregistered weapons. Federal agents say more than two-thousand small missiles and four- thousand pounds of explosives were found on the property.
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((FRANK FISH/HEAT SECURITY DIRECTOR: WE ARE NOT TRAINING TERRORISTS. ACTUALLY, IT'S THE OPPOSITE OF THAT. WE ARE ASSISTING IN TRAINING COUNTER-TERRORISTS AND ANTI-TERRORISTS, THOSE KINDS OF THINGS.))
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Fish says he believed the company held licenses for the equipment and had the authority to train and export weapons to U-S allies. However, that permit was never filed. According to court papers, the president of the company, David Hudak, is a Canadian national and in the U-S illegally.
Students training at the "HEAT" facility are being questioned but so far NO other arrests have been made.
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, a local child helps organize a special fundraiser for a Salem couple...
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and more than 250 golfers teed it off at the first annual Roy Stanley Memorial Golf Tournament.
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[Bowl-A-Thon]


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A Bowl-A-Thon took place in Salem today to raise money for a local family.
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A month ago, an accident severely burned Larry and Sandy Wood. The couple was cleaning up gasoline that had spilled in their basement when the pilot light from the water heater ignited the gas. Larry teaches at Glenvar Middle School. Ryan Shelor is one of his students who came up with the idea for the fundraiser as a way to help the family with medical expenses.
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((CHRISTOPHER WOOD/LARRY AND SANDY'S SON: YOU NEVER REALIZE HOW MANY LIVES YOU TOUCH AND HOW YOU CHANGE PEOPLE AND WHAT PEOPLE THINK OF YOU UNTIL SOMETHING HAPPENS. AND I JUST THINK IT'S A GREAT THINK THAT THIS HAS BROUGHT EVERYONE TOGETHER AND THAT THEY'RE ABLE TO GIVE SOMETHING TO MY MOM AND DAD THAT HOPEFULLY MY MOM AND DAD HAVE GIVEN TO THEM ALONG THE WAY.))
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The Woods are still in the hospital recovering but say they are touched by the outpouring of community support.
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Firefighting can be tough work, and you have to be fit to save people from a burning building ... So now, firefighter applicants in our area have a rigorous new test to pass.
Marya Jones recently checked out the Candidate Physical Abilities Test to find out what makes it so tough.
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((NATS: ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, PULL, PULL PULL!))
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If you're going to fight fires, you have to be fit.
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((NATS: GUY POUNDING SLEDGEHAMMER, THEN BUZZER SOUNDS.))
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That's why these guys are tackling the nation's toughest fitness test for firefighters.
It's called the Candidate Physical Abilities Test.
And those who have taken it say there may be nothing tougher ... except fighting a fire.
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((CHIEF MIKE LEWIS: THIS TEST ACTUALLY MIMICS EVERYTHING A FIREFIGHTER WILL DO IN A FIRE GROUND.))
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This month, Roanoke County Fire and Rescue became the 143rd department in the country to offer the test.
Anyone who wants to be a paid firefighter in Roanoke, Roanoke County or Salem has to pass it first.
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((MIKE LEWIS/DIVISION CHIEF: I THINK WE'LL SEE THE LEVEL OF FITNESS GO UP BECAUSE OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS TEST. SO I THINK OVERALL, YOU'RE GOING TO SEE A BETTER, FITTER FIREFIGHTER IN THE DEPARTMENTS.))
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Candidates have 10 minutes and 20 seconds to complete a rigorous obstacle course.
First, they spend three minutes on the stair-climber -- wearing a 75 pound weight vest.
Then, they wear a 50-pound vest for a series of firefighter challenges.
... From raising ladders...
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((NATS: GUY RAISING LADDER.))
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.... to dragging a 170-pound dummy 70 feet.
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((JASON CROUCH/FIREFIGHTER: USUALLY IN THE FIRE DEPT YOU'RE SITTING AT ONE PACE AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU'RE AT FULL BOIL AND THAT'S KIND OF WHERE THIS PUTS YOU. I THINK IT'S ONE OF THE BEST TESTS I'VE SEEN. ))
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Roanoke firefighter Jason Crouch finished the test in nine minutes flat.
But he's far ahead of the curve...
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((MIKE LEWIS: WE PROBABLY FEEL LIKE WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A 65 OR 70 PERCENT FAILURE RATE.))
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Those who fail are welcome to come back and try again.
And for those who pass, the reward may be tackling these types of challenges everyday on the job. Marya Jones, News 7.))

[Female-Firefighter]


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Roanoke County has hired its first career female firefighter in more than a decade.
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Dana Lacy has worked as a volunteer firefighter and paramedic since she was 16.
But in September, she decided to make a career out of it.
Roanoke County has lots of female VOLUNTEERS, but Lacy is the first to apply and pass tests for a paid position in 10 years.
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((DANA LACY/ROANOKE CO. FIREFIGHTER: EVERY TIME I GO TO A NEW STATION, I STILL HAVE TO START FROM SCRATCH IN PROVING MYSELF ... AND A LOT OF PEOPLE SOMETIMES DON'T THINK I CAN. ))
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((MIKE LEWIS/DIVISION CHIEF: I WOULD HAVE ANY FEAR OR RELUCTANCE WHATSOEVER TO GO INTO A STRUCTURE FIRE IWTH HER. SHE'S COMPETENT, CAPABLE OF DOING HER JOB.))
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Roanoke County says the number of female applicants for full-time firefighter positions is low.
They say women more commonly apply for paramedic jobs.
Lacey hopes her success will encourage other women to give the job a try, too.
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, it's a goldmine for some scavengers, but others worry about where some people are storing discarded computers and electronic equipment...
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and if you can't find it at this yard sale, it probably doesn't exist. We'll have more on the world's LONGEST yard sale coming up.
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[Tank-Fire]


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Firefighters in Texas were able to gain the upper hand after a fuel tank caught fire this morning.
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It happened along the Houston Ship Channel. The fire sent dense clouds of smoke into the air. Twelve workers were near the blaze but none were hurt. Firefighters and emergency workers contained the fire this afternoon and then used foam to completely put out the flames.
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[E-Waste]


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It's called E-Waste-- and some say it's poisoning the environment. John Blackstone has more on the high tech waste created by old computers and electronics.
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((
In rural China there's no doubt where the mountains of high tech garbage come from. From all over America obsolete computers and electronics end up in these distant junk yards often poisoning the places where they're dumped says Ted Smith of the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition.

SOT/TED SMITH, SILICON VALLEY TOXICS COALITION

"THE HIGH TECH REVOLUTION HAS HIT THE LANDFILL IN ASIA AND ITS REALLY A VERY, VERY UGLY SIGHT."
Environmental groups sent a cameraman to China to take these pictures of what they describe as a "cyber age nightmare". They call the high tech cast offs "e-waste".

SOT/TED SMITH

"THERE IS REALLY 19TH CENTURY TECHNOLOGY BEING USED TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEMS OF E-WASTE IN THE 21ST CENTURY-AND ITS JUST NOT RIGHT."
Besi de a river in China, the cameraman found old circuit boards soaking in acid.
CAMERAMAN VO "THIS IS WHERE THEY ARE EXTRACTING THE GOLD WITH THE ACIDS RIGHT ALONG THE RIVERBANK."
When the tiny amount of gold is separated the rest of the toxic mixture is dumped in the river. Nearby, villagers who make only a dollar or two a day burn plastic and electronics wires, releasing poisons into the air, to recover slight traces of copper.

SOT/TED SMITH

"ITS JUST LEVELS OF POLLUTION THAT WE'RE NOT USED TO SEEING AND I'M SURE THAT THE HUMAN HEALTH TRAGEDY THERE IS ENORMOUS."
STANDUP JOHN BLACKSTONEļæ½CBS NEWS
BUT WHAT CAN AMERICANS DO? OFFICIALS AT MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY WERE

SHOCKED TO LEARN THAT THEIR OLD COMPUTERS ENDED UP IN CHINA AFTER THEY'D BEEN GIVEN TO AN AMERICAN RECYCLER. REQUIRING THT COMPUTERS REMAIN IN THE UNITED STATES TO BE RECYCLED SAFELY WOULD SURELY ADD TO THEIR COST.

SOT/STEVE SKURNAC, MICRO METTALICS "IT MIGHT BE AS LITTLE AS FIVE

DOLLARS PER UNIT IT COULD EASILY BE AS MUCH AS 20 OR 30 DOLLARS PER UNIT."
Environmental groups say change can't come fast enough as the lightning pace of high tech creates new mountains e-waste. ))

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The first annual Roy Stanley Memorial golf tournament showed today that it is destined to become one of the "Majors" in the area when it comes to chartible events.
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(( More than 250 golfers came from all over southwest and central Virginia to honor Roy's memory and raise money for two scholarships. ((NAT SOUND OF BALL)) ((MIKE BELL:)) ((RHONDA ROGERS:)) ((ROY MILLER:))
The tournament and charity auction that was held last week should raise close to $20 thousand dollars for the Roy Stanley Memorial scholarship fund in its inaugural year. ((BUTCH CHURCH:)) ((ALL OF US:)) ((BILLY MCBRIDE:)) The event would not have been possible without the support of area businesses and the tireless efforts of the tournament's volunteers. Jim Heninger volunteered his services by arriving at the course before daybreak with his family and cooking lunch for every golfer.)) ((JIM HENINGER:))



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Rich Beem is a former stereo salesman. Tonight, he can also call himself, the PGA Champion.
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Justin Leonard had the lead to start the final round of the year's last major. But Leonard saw it all fade away midway thru the round. After hitting his tee shot in the water at number 8. He misses the bogey putt and settles for a double.
Tiger Woods made a run with birdies on the final four holes, but he came up one shot short finishing at 9-under par.
Rich Beem grabbed a three shot lead at eleven with the big eagle putt, and he never looked back.
Beem wins the PGA Championship for his first career victory in a major.
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Eleven years ago today at Michigan, Dale Jarrett picked up his first career Winston Cup win driving for the Wood Brothers. This afternoon, D-J turned the trick again in the Pepsi 400.
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The Cup cars drew a huge crowd just down the road from the Motor City. Things didn't look so good for Jarrett early on. Just ten laps in he gets loose and spins the UPS ride into the infield, sustaining a damaged left fender.
But Jarrett battled back thru the field and a four tire pit stop with 18 laps to go was the difference. He passed Jeff Burton with 5 laps remaining and held on for his 30th career victory and second this season.
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[S-Skins]


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The Washington Redskins fun and gun offense looked more like the crash and burn in tonight's preseason contest with Pittsburgh. at least for awhile.
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[SUPER=03-Landover, MD/WRC; :00]


The Steeler defense came to play keeping the heat on the Skins quarterbacks and forcing turnovers on three of the Redskins first seven possessions.
Rookie Antwaan Randle-El had a big night for the Steelers. The quarterback turned receiver scored on this 32 yard reverse for one of his two
[SUPER=30-Pittsburgh/34/Washington/35/;]

touchdowns on the night. The Steelers led 34 to 14, but the Skins rally behind Derrius Thompson. He hauls in the T-D from Sage Rosenfels and the Redskins win 35 to 34.
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[Yard-Sale]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=net]
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Everything... including the kitchen sink is for sale at the world's LONGEST yard sale.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Signal Mountain, TN; ]

The 13th annual yard sale stretches 450- miles along highway 127...from Ohio to Alabama. The four day extravaganza started back in 1987-- when city officials wanted to bring travelers from the busy interstate system to the less traveled highways of Tennessee and Kentucky. It seems some shoppers like the bargains more than others.
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((IT'S WONDERFUL. THERE'S ALL KINDS OF STUFF HERE. TONS OF GREAT THINGS AND WONDERFUL PEOPLE.)) ((MY HUSBAND BUYS RUSTY TOOLS AND STUFF LIKE THAT. I TAKE THEM HOME AND PUT THEM IN THE GARBAGE.))
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[OUT Q=them in the garbage.]
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[VO-NAT]

The event has become so popular... that next year's yard sale will be a full week longer. (------------)