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Today on News 7 at 5, Governor Warner puts most of the state on mandatory water restrictions,
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Also authorities arrest a man they believe was going to hijack a plane.
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The holiday weekend will be a mix of clouds and sun with showers tossed in from time to time. Details of the forecast in just a moment.

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A missing boy from California is found safe. We'll have the details.
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We'll see what can help women who put off having children until later in life.
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in Sports, the next strike for Major League Baseball will be thrown by a pitcher. We'll have the news of a new deal.
News 7 at 5 is next.
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Baseball fans are smiling tonight- the game will go on- a players strike is averted.
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All Games will be played- those the words from baseball commissioner Bud Selig- That exactly what most baseball fans had hoped for-
It's a holiday weekend- the game will go on- fans are happy.
The owners and players actually reached the agreement- after negotiating all night.
Jim Acosta is following the story- He joins us now from New York with details on just what this new deal is all about.
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((It's a done deal. Baseball fans will be filling the stands at Major League Baseball parks after the owners and players hammered out a last minuted contract to keep the season alive. Bud Selig, MLB Comissioner "Major League Baseball's 30 clubs and the Major League Baseball Players Association have reached a historic agreement and all games will be played as scheduled." The four-year agreement was reached just hours before an afternoon game between St. Louis and Chicago at Wrigley Field. Negotiators worked around the clock before Commissioner Bud Selig and player's union head Donald Fehr wrapped up the talks, averting baseball's ninth work stoppage since 1972.
Donal Fehr, MLBPA Union Chief "It has been a very, very long time since collective bargaining agreement has been negotiated without a work stoppage. " The issues at the heart of the impasse were financial. They centered on ways for smaller market teams to compete with the big market teams generating big dollars.
MLB Comissioner Bud Selig The issue here was competitive balance and I feel this deal clearly deals with that." Throughout the ordeal fans have been disgusted with both sides. Everything from trash on the field to trash talking in the stands marred the games as the strike deadline neared. Jose Marrero/Fan Every ten years there's a labor problem..it needs to stop. The ones who get cheated is us. Jim Acosta: They have a deal but they don't have a signed contract just yet. Both the owners and players have to review the final contract then ratify the agreement with an official vote. That is expected to take place within a week.))

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A nine year old boy who was violently abducted earlier this week from California has been found alive and unharmed.
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Authorities say Nicholas Farber was found near San Diego two and a-half days after the kidnapping.
The boy's mother, Debra Rose, and an unidentified man were with him.
Both were arrested.
Rose had earlier been described as a suspect in the case.
She had been involved in a bitter custody battle for the boy.
Police got a call today from someone who saw a motor home pull into an R-V park.
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Plan on cutting back even more on water.
Roanoke, Lynchburg and most of the state are now under mandatory water restrictions.
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Governor Mark Warner imposed a ban today on all non-essential water uses for Virginians living in the Roanoke River basin as well as the James and Shenandoah River basins.
Watering the lawn and washing your car is prohibited in most of the state-
Despite the recent rainfall, Governor Mark Warner says the state is still in a crisis.
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Warner is asking state agencies to cut their water use by 15 percent.
He says he's also seeking more federal aid to help deal with the crisis.
Northern Virginia and far Southwest Virginia are the only regions unaffected by the ban.
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The restrictions are something residents in will have to adjust to. and some local businesses are also bracing for changes... but in their case it may be good..
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Business Reporter Rachel Cannon joins us with more on that part of the story... Rachel?
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Jean - the fact that people can't wash their cars at home is leading some car wash owners to believe their business will benefit.
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At Southern Classic Car Wash on Orange Avenue ...owner Walt Lacy says he's already seen his numbers increase with the voluntary water restrictions. Now that they're mandatory - he anticipates a jump in business by as much as 15 to 18 percent. Lacy points out that commercial washes are efficient when it comes to water usage and have been for years. He says the amount of water used to clean one person's car at their home can clean roughly 10 to 15 cars at a car wash.
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Rachel, what about Roanoke County government officials ... are they prepared to implement the water restrictions?
Jean, administrator Elmer Hodge says he completely supports the restrictions and understands why the Governor made the decision. But he also says he would have liked to learn about it early than this morning, We will see what the county is doing implement the restrictions coming up on News 7 at 6.


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A Swedish man is under arrest tonight on suspicion of planning to hijack a plane heading from Sweden to England.
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Police arrested the man after a gun was found in his luggage.
The plane was grounded at the Swedish airport about 60 miles west of Stokholm.
Police say they found a pistol in the man's toiletries bag- They say the man is a Swedish citizen of Tunisian origin- and they say the man has previous convictions for theft and assault.
The plane's passengers included a group travelling to an Islamic conference- in England.
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Coming up next,we'll tell you why some women who want to wait to have children are getting a chilly reception from science.
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[VO] and Joy Sutton will join us to explain how to AVOID a migraine.
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In health check tonight,
If you've ever had a migraine you know they can be painful.
Now migraine sufferers now have one more place to go for relief.
A local doctor has stared a headache clinic inside his family practice.
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As health check reporter Joy Sutton found out.... many headaches can be classified as migraines.
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Jean,
Doctors say the believe what many people think are sinus or tension headaches... are actually migraines.
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A migraine is any type of recurring headache that inhibits your ability to function normally. You don't have to flashes in your eyes or have severe throbbing.
And doctor James Banks says that's why he started the headache clinic to educate the public and to help alleviate the pain.
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((One of five people suffer from migraines.. but doctor say you don't have to put up with them. While migraines can't be cured.. they can be managed.
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Headaches can be triggered by a variety of factors..such as stress, certain odors, food, lack of sleep, and hormonal changes such as menstruation.
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While there are a variety of prescription medications to treat migraines.. there are also some ways to avoid them.


Make sure to eat breakfast, exercise three times a week, don't smoke, avoid artificial sweeteners and don't consume caffeine after 4pm. Most importantly learn your headache pattern.
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The headache clinic is located at Carilion Family Medicine on Peters Creek road in Roanoke.
Dr. Banks say it's best to get a referral from your doctor to get an appointment at the clinic. Right now it's only open on Fridays.
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Recent studies indicate female fertility begins to decline as early as age 27. That's a problem for women who want to put off having children.
Dr. Mallika Marshall shows us a possible solution to that dilemma
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((38-YEAR OLD JULIE GOETZ (GETZ) -A SINGLE REAL ESTATE AGENT FEELS HER DREAMS OF MOTHERHOOD ARE SLIPPING AWAY.

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FERTILITY EXPERT "unlike men..women are born with a certain number of eggs...they never make any more eggs..and those eggs age as a woman ages .
JULIE HAS DECIDED TO FREEZE TIME BY FREEZING HER EGGS..UNTIL THE RIGHT MAN COMES ALONG. THE PROCEDURE IS CALLED HUMAN EGG CRYO-PRESERVATION...HORMONES ARE USED TO STIMULATE EGGS WHICH ARE THEN EXTRACTED FROM A WOMAN. THE EGGS ARE FROZEN IN SPECIAL HOLDING TANKS TO RETAIN THEIR QUALITY.
STANDUP: EGG FREEZING IS CONSIDERED THE HOLY GRAIL OF REPRODUCTIVE RESEARCH... IT NOT ONLY GIVES HOPE TO WOMEN WORRIED ABOUT THEIR BIOLOGICAL TIMECLOCK...BUT TO WOMEN FACING STERILIZING TREATMENTS SUCH AS CHEMOTHERAPY OR A HYSTERERCTOMY.
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THE EGG FREEZE-THAW SURVIVAL RATE IS VERY LOW.. ONLY ONE TO FOUR PERCENT COMPARED TO A 50 TO 70 PERCENT SURVIVAL RATE FOR FROZEN EMBRYOS.
BUT RESEARCHERS BELIEVE THAT IMPROVED TECHNOLOGY WILL MAKE THIS A REAL OPTION FOR WOMEN...WITHIN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS. DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL...CBS NEWS))

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Coming up next, Robin Reed will let you know if you have to wear a raincoat to tonight's high school football games,
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Qualifying in Darlington runs up against Mother Nature. We'll have the details after our Marketwatch report.
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Then a little bit later, we'll see what some REAL mountain people think of plans to bring the REAL Beverly Hillbillies to television.
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On Wall Street today, stock prices ended the pre-Labor Day weekend session in the red as blue chips gave up an earlier rally
Ed Crane explains.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Friday ticker. The rain that has been dotting our area this week also has been drenching things today in the Carolinas.
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Steady rain today at Darlington Raceway forced the cancellation of Winston Cup and Busch Grand National qualifying.
Officials set a deadline to 2:30 to get the track dry and they gave up that effort very quickly. There will be no change in Saturday morning's schedule as long as the skies clear. Two 45-minute Winston Cup practice sessions will be held at 9:30 and 11:15 and the Busch Series will start its race on schedule without any practice on the tricky egg-shaped layout. The 43-car starting lineups for the Busch and Cup events will be based on owners points. Sterling Marlin will be on the pole for the Cup guys.
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The challenge of playing LSU on Sunday for the first time in school history won't be the only excitement at Lane Stadium this weekend. 15 minutes before kickoff the Hokies will honor
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Michael Vick by retiring his number seven jersey. The ceremony will take place on the 50 yard line at Worsham Field at 2:15 on Sunday. Michael Vick put Virginia Tech in the national spotlight in 1999 when he led them to the national title game as a redshirt freshman. Under Tech's new policy - the jersey is retired but the number stays active, so Kevin Jones will not have to give it up.
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The high school football season is ready to kick-off tonight with games throughout southwest and central Virginia. Not a single game has been postponed tonight due to the drizzle. Here's is the complete schedule with the home teams listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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Now we'll be back tonight at 11:35 for Friday Football Extra. Tonight we will have the highlights of 13 games for you.
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[GO TO SCOREBOARD REMINDER] But all you coaches and athletic directors need to remember that we need your scores to make the scoreboard happen. Call us tonight toll free at 1-800-777-WDBJ. Please make an effort to get your school on the scoreboard.
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Take care folks. Tonight at the top of the hour Steve Mason will join us with your college game day matchups. Have a safe Labor Day weekend everybody.

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C-B-S is looking for a real life mountain family to move into a Beverly Hills Mansion for a new reality series.
Folks in the North Carolina mountains think it's a funny idea.
But there is also some concern the Reality show will NOT portray REAL life.
Steve Ohnesorge has more.
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((THE "BEVERLY HILLBILLIES" WAS A BIG HIT IN THE 60'S.
QUITE POPULAR AMONG THE REAL MOUNTAIN FOLKS.

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AND THE IDEA OF RE-DOING THE SHOW...

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HAS CAUGHT THE INTEREST OF LOCAL PEOPLE.

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JUST ONE CONCERN THOUGH FOR WAYNE TRIVETTE.

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THEY WORRY THE NETWORK IS LOOKING FOR A "DUMB COUNTRY HICK."

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JERRY WILLIAMSON KNOWS ALL ABOUT HILLBILLY PORTRAYAL IN HOLLYWOOD.
HE WROTE A BOOK ABOUT IT.

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life and if the producers of this show are looking for people like that, if that's what they want ... they won't find them.")

THERE IS ELECTRICITY THESE DAYS, SATELLITE DISHES EVERYWHERE, AND THEY KNOW ALL ABOUT CEMENT PONDS.

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GOING TO CALIFORNIA DOESN'T SCARE THEM.

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BE TOUGH TO LEAVE THESE HILLS FOR A WHILE, BUT THEY'D DO IT.

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Angeles could handle here.")

AND MAYBE THAT'S THE PREMISE FOR A BETTER REALITY T-V SHOW THEY SAY.
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They may get their wish. FOX television announced today it would do a reality series based on "Green Acres." It would take a family from a large city and make them live on a working farm.
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