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Today on News 7 at 5, a murder trial in Campbell County may shed light on another unsolved local murder.
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Also a strange twist in the kidnapping case of Elizabeth Smart could mean we will never find out what happened to the Colorado girl.



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Super soaker in eastern Virginia, more a drizzle and cool event in our area. The latest radar pictures and rain totals just ahead.

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On Health Check, two more human cases of West Nile disease are detected in Virginia,
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A new study says having newborns around pets is nothing to sneeze at.
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And Joy Sutton will look at some of the herbal remedies that some women are using instead of hormone replacement thearpies.
News 7 at 5 is next. [open]
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The sound of gunfire- then a woman found dead in her front yard.
Police in Pulaski want to know who did it, and why.
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Police got the call around four this morning .. shots fired along Newbern Road.
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They arrived to find the body of a dead woman in the front yard of 37-68 Newbern. The victim is identified as 24 year old Amanda Killen, and police say it appears she was shot. Pulaski investigators tell us Killen's husband Jerry is the person who called for help, but they are NOT describing him or anyone else as a suspect at this point.
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We will speak with one of the investigating officers and have the latest on this story on News 7 at 6.


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A murder trial today in Campbell County may help solve a murder from four years ago.
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48-year-old Elizabeth (Fair-a-NAH-chi) Farinacci is on trial for killing her husband last winter. Frank Farinacci was found shot to death in the couple's home on Candler's Mountain Road February 13th.
Prosecutor Neil Vener says Elizbeth Farinacci told a state trooper - she killed her husband to cover up her involvement in another murder- the killing in 1998 of Jeffery Quick in Nelson County.
Elizabeth Farinacci allegedly told the officer her husband killed Quick
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and she helped dispose of the body.
Police say Elizabeth later killed Frank Faranacci because he was going to confess. The trial is expected to last at least two days.

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It has happened again- A child has been abducted- taken from his home in the early morning hours-
And in the case- the child was also taken from his bed.
This time- the kidnapping happened in Palm Desert California.
That's where we find Stacy Case- with more.
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((AS NICHOLAS FARBER SLEPT IN HIS BED, POLICE SAY GUNMEN STORMED INTO THIS HOUSE, BEAT UP HIS FATHER -- THEN KIDNAPPED THE 9 YEAR OLD AT GUNPOINT. ALONG WITH A MOTIVE, DETECTIVES ARE SEARCHING FOR AS MANY AS FOUR SUSPECTS. THEY HAVE RELEASED THIS COMPOSITE SKETCH OF ONE OF THEM. THEY RACED FROM THE SCENE IN AN S-U-V.

SOT - Patrick McManus/Chief of Police, Palm Desert.

" we will find you...drop the child off ."
NICHOLAS HAS BROWN HAIR WITH BLONDE HIGHLIGHTS -- AND WAS LAST SEEN WEARING ONLY FRUIT OF THE LOOM UNDERWEAR. AUTHORITIES SAY ONE OF THE ABDUCTORS WORE A NYLON OVER HIS FACE, WHILE INVADING THIS PALM DESERT HOME, SOUTHEAST OF PALM SPRINGS. WEAPONS WERE LEFT AT THE SCENE, AND INVESTIGATORS ARE STILL SCOURING THE HOME FOR CLUES. JOHN KAISER/RIVERSIDE SHERIFF'S DEPT. - 12:09:47 "They are going through the house, trying to collect evidence, we do have blood hounds that are out there." DETECTIVES HOPE THE DOGS WILL TRACK THE SCENT OF THE BOY, TO TELL THEM WHICH DIRECTION THE SUSPECTS MAY HAVE HEADED. POLICE SAY NICHOLAS' FATHER, WHOS' STILL RECOVERING FROM THE BEATING -- COULD HOLD SOME OF THE STRONGEST CLUES. POLICE NOT ADDRESS QUESTION OF CUSTODY BATTLE...BUT SAY THEY ARE LOOKING FOR THE BOY'S MOTHER.. WHO LIVES IN COLORADO SPRINGS. STACY CASE, CBS NEWS, PALM DESERT, CALIFORNIA.))

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In California, a jury convicted David Westerfield of Kidnapping and killing Danielle Van Dam.
Now it must decide if he should die for the crimes.
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Today in court- Danielle's father talked about the emotional toll the murder has taken on his family- especially on the girl's two brothers.
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((DAMON VAN DAM/FATHER; HE REVERTED BACK TO MORE OF A BABY LIKE STOP READING... STARTING WETING HIS BED AGAIN. THEY SLEPT WITH US FOR QUITE AWHILE. NOW HE SLEEPS WITH HIS BROTHER. THEY SLEEP IN DARIANS ROOM NOW BECAUSE THEY'RE STILL AFRAID.))
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It must be a unanimous decision if Westerfield will get the death penalty- The penalty phase may last for up to a week of more.
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A bizarre twist in the case of another missing child.
The man police want to talk to about Elizabeth Smart's disappearance is now in the hospital.
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Richard Ricci suffered either an aneurysm or a stroke.
Ricci is a former handyman for the Smarts- he was in jail for parole violation and burglary charges-
Police say they still have many questions to ask Ricci in the case of Elizabeth Smart.
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((OBVIOUSLY THIS HAS AN IMPACT ON OUR CASE. WE CERTAINLY INTERESTED IN MR. RICCI'S PHYSICAL HEALTH HOPEFULL HE WILL BE ABLE TO COME THROUGH THIS.)) [BUTT TO 1:46] ((WE FEEL RIGHT NOWT HAT WE ARE IN A CRITICAL POINT IN THE INVESTIGATION. WE ARE ASKING EVERYONE OUT THERE TO PRAY THAT THE LORD WILL HELP US IN BRINGING SOME TYPE OF RESOLUTION.))
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Ricci called guards last night and told them he had trouble breathing- and then passed out. He underwent surgery and is apparently on life support.

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Next month, the New York Times will begin publishing announcements of same- sex commitment ceremonies.
Other newspapers, including the Roanoke Times, have also been reviewing their wedding page policies.
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Joe Dashiell reports, that policy is changing here as well.
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Jean, the Roanoke Times considered the issue before the New York Times announcement. Publisher Wendy Zomparelli says a submission at a Landmark Communications paper in Fayetteville, North Carolina prompted the review.
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The Roanoke Times has decided to accept announcements of same- sex commitment ceremonies... provided the union is legally recognized, and at least one partner is a native or resident of the newspaper's circulation area.
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((WE DO TRY TO REPRESENT A VERY DIVERSE RANGE OF OPINION HERE. AND IT CAN BE A CHALLENGE AT TIMES, BUT I HOPE PEOPLE WILL UNDERSTAND THERE ARE DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW ABOUT THESE THINGS AND WHAT WE TRY TO DO IS HAVE A POLICY THAT'S FAIR TO EVERYONE.))
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Vermont is currently the only state that recognizes same sex unions, Jean.

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So far, the Roanoke Times hasn't received a request to publish such an announcement, and officials say don't expect to receive very many. [POSSIBLE QUESTION]
( Is this likely to generate significant controversy?)

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Two more human cases of West Nile disease have been detected in Virginia. We'll tell you where next.
Plus we will tell you why a new study is changing the way doctors think about children and pets.
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Virginia now has three probable HUMAN cases of the West Nile Virus.
Health officials announced today that it appears two more people may have contracted the disease.
One case involves a 42 year old man from Hanover County. He remains hospitalized in stable condition. The other a 65 year old Fairfax County man, has already been released from the hospital.
West Nile is transferred to humans throught the bite of an infected mosquitos. That's why health officials say it's important to protect yourself from the insects.

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The risk of breast cancer, heart attack, and stroke associated with Hormone Replacement Therapy has some women choosing natural alternatives.
But are herbal supplements any safer...and what should you know about taking them.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has some answers tonight on health check.
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Jean, I spoke with a local OB-GYN who says women who choose to go the natural route...still need to be careful.
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Herbal products are not monitored by the FDA.. and just because a product is natural doesn't mean it's safe.
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((The recent findings that hormone replacement therapy, particularly Prempro can increase a woman's risk for breast cancer, heart attack and stroke... are validation for Charlotte White.
She believes she made the right choice when she began taking herbal supplements three years ago.
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((FOR ME IT'S WORKED WONDERFULLY AND I WOULD NOT CHANGE WHAT I'M DOING BASED HOW I FEEL LET ALONE ALL THE INFORMATION THAT'S COMING OUT NOW ABOUT HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY)) [RUNS13]
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With more patients choosing herbal remedies...doctors are questioning if they are any safer?
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((ALL THESE NATURAL PRODUCTS ARE NOT WITHOUT THEIR OWN SIDE EFFECTS OR WITHOUT SIDE EFFECT WITHOUT INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER DRUGS. I ALREADY MENTIONED THESE ARE NOT FDA APPROVED SO BE CAREFUL ABOUT THE AMOUNT YOU TAKE EVERYDAY)) [RUNS10]
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Herbal supplements such as soy or isoflavens...are a type of plant estrogen..which may have the same side effectsas plain estrogen.
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((GETTING TO MUCH OF THAT CAN STIMULATE THE BREAST AND UTERUS AND WE THEORIZE YOU CAN DEVELOP BREAST AND UTERINE CANCER AFTER LONG TERM USE)) [RUNS08]
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Sadek says more research needs to be done on herbal options confirming or disputing their safety.
As for White, she says she's in good health.
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The National Institute of Health has started a one year study to look at one herbal option, black cohosh.
At this point black cohosh is not recommend for menopausal symptoms for longer than six months, soy and isoflavens are only recommended for less than two years.
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Jean, herbal remedies are becoming so popular..that even some drug companies are getting in on the 17 billion dollar market.

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A surprising new study suggests that having cats and dogs in your home can actually help prevent allergies in your newborn baby.
Dr. Mike Rosen reports.
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((FOR DECADES...IT WAS BELIEVED HAVING DOGS AND CATS AROUND THE HOUSE INCREASED A CHILD'S CHANCES OF DEVELOPING ALLERGIES ....TO A WHOLE HOST OF THINGS.
BUT ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH PUBLISHED IN THIS WEEK'S JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION... THAT MIGHT NOT BE THE CASE.

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THIS STUDY IS VERY UNIQUE BECAUSE THEY HAD A LARGE GROUP OF YOUNG INDIVIDUALS AND SEEMED TO INDICATE THEY WERE ABLE TO REDUCE ALLERGIC SENSITIZATION BY EXPOSURE EARLY ON.
STANDUP: DR. Mike Rosen RESEARCHERS FOUND -- LIVING WITH TWO OR MORE DOGS OR CATS-- FOR THE --FIRST-- YEAR OF A CHILD'S LIFE-- ACTUALLY DECREASED THE RISK OF DEVELOPING ALLERGIES...BY HALF.
GRAPHIC OF THE 474-HEALTHY BABIES FOLLOWED FOR SIX YEARS... ONLY 15-PERCENT OF THOSE WHO LIVED WITH SEVERAL PETS-- LATER TESTED POSITIVE FOR ALLERGIES.
AND------THE PROTECTION WAS NOT JUST FROM PET ALLERGIES....



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00:14:00 THAT'S QUITE REMARKABLE-- THAT THE EXPOSURE TO PETS AT AN EARLY AGE HAD ANOTHER IMPACT ON OTHER TYPES OF ALLERGIES.
DISSOLVE NAT: "STICK YOUR TONGUE OUT.. AAAAHHHHHHHH..." ...THE RESEARCHERS AREN'T EXACTLY SURE HOW THE BODY FENDED OFF THE ALLERGENS-- OR WHEN THE EXPOSURE NEEDS TO BEGIN ...OR IF IT DISAPPEARS WITH TIME.
BUT WITH 20-PERCENT OF THE AMERICAN POPULATION BEING TREATED FOR ALLERGIES-- IT'S A SURE BET ANOTHER STUDY WILL BE UNDERWAY SOON....
DR. MIKE ROSEN, CBS NEWS.))

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Still to come on the newscast,
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we will tell you why these people are trying to change the meaning of the phrase salad shooter.
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A new type of vending machine is coming to America. Coming up a little later, we will tell you what is so special about it.
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But first in Sports, Mike Stevens will introduce us to three young men from Roanoke County who are filling some important positions for the William and Mary football team.
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The streets ran red yesterday in a normally sleepy Spanish town.
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Yesterday was the annual tomatina festival. Some call it the world's biggest food fight as trucks filled with plum tomatos drive slowly through the town.
The crowd suses them to pelt one another.
The tomato tradition began in the 1940s but the circumstances around its exact origins are unclear. Some locals speak of a food fight between two local families that got out control, a tomato attack on musicians, or a spontaneous protest against an unpopular mayor.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the midweek ticker. You know a lot has been made of the new Hidden Valley high school so far this school year. But Cave Spring is still making a name for itself this fall on the football field. And some of the biggest "Knight Noises" are coming out of Williamsburg and the College of William & Mary.
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The Tribe opens it season this Saturday against the Indiana Hoosiers. William & Mary is picked to win the Atlantic 10 conference and the team is in virtually every preseason top 10 poll. This season three former Cave Spring Knights are on the Tribe's roster in redshirt freshman Jacob Lewis, senior H-back Corey Paxton and freshman walk-on Daniel Payne.
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Martinsville's Danny Wade is a starting receiver on the team, and Pulaski's Alan Wheeling is a freshman defensive back - giving the Tribe a distinctive southwest Virginia flavor.
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Much of the Tribe's success in recruiting this area can be attributed to Wayne Lineburg - the Tribe's running backs' coach and recruiting coordinator who is in his third year at William & Mary.

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The Virginia International Raceway has been open in its new form since 2000. In that time NASCAR's finest have tested at the track, while everything from motorcycles to Ferraris have raced on the road course.
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This weekend the track will welcome the Rolex Sports Car Series to southside for what is the first major auto race at the track since its reopening. The track is in tiny Alton, Virginia just outside of Danville, but this weekend drivers from 13 different countries will be racing at the track. The inaugural VIR 500 will have practice all day this Friday, qualifying on Saturday and the race itself takes place Sunday at 12:15pm.
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Single Day and weekend ticket packages are available. You can find a link to VIR's web site from our site at WDBJ-7 dot com. I'll see you tonight at the top of the hour with Joe Gibbs and Steve Mason - who will tell us about the UVa running back carousel. Take care folks. [GO TO BREAK]

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America could soon seen the next generation of vending machines. They will dispense diapers, milk and C-D's along with your typical soda and junk food.
Allen Sirgany has more.
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((THIS GIANT VENDING MACHINE IS LIKE NOTHING YOUVE EVER SEEN HERE. SITTING IN THE TRENDY ADAMS MORGAN SECTION OF WASHINGTON DC, THE MACHINE, CALLED THE SHOP 2000, HAS THE USUAL SODA AND WATER BUT ALSO HAS ITEMS LIKE DIAPERS AND DETERGENT AND TISSUES.

(SOT)ARUN DEV/STORE MANAGER

WEVE GOT SOME INTERESTING STUFF LIKE PROTEIN BARS AND SOY MILK.WE TALK TO THE PEOPLE AND SAY HEY WHAT DO YOU THINK.

(BRIDGE) ALEEN SIRGANY/CBS NEWS:

IT WORKS JUST LIKE ANY OTHER VENDING MACHINE............FOR 75 CENTS.
THESE KIOSKS HAVE BEEN POPULAR IN JAPAN AND EUROPE FOR YEARS...BUT THIS IS THE FIRST ONE IN THE U.S. THEY HOPE TO MAKE A PROFIT SOON. THURMAN HARRIS SAYS COMING HERE IS MUCH BETTER THAN GOING TO A STORE.

(SOT)THURMAN HARRIS/CUSTOMER

I was telling my wife about it so shell be checking it out. Shell send you here with the grocery list. Right
YOU CAN EVEN CATCH YOUR FAVORITE FLICK ON DVD: RENT OR BUY IT.

(SOT) TADESSE NEBABU/CUSTOMER

It was one in the morning and i really wanted to rent a movie and blockbuster was closed I saw thesign and Im here.
ITS SUCH A POPULAR ATTRACTION, EVEN TOURISTS COME OUT IN THE RAIN TO SEE IT. THE OWNERS HOPE THEY SOON START SHOPPING HERE, TOO. AS, CBS,NEWS.))

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