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On News 7 at 5, a local jury decides if a woman is guilty of murdering her husband.
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Also authorities try something different to help them identify the body of a man found on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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In the higher heat and humidity, showers and thunderstorms have been popping today. We will check that out and get the latest on the tropical storm off the coast of Florida.

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We will see what a local psychologist is recommending to help people deal with the stress of the September 11th anniversary.
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Also changes are coming to America's favorite french fry, but will it sacrifice taste for health?
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Plus Virginia Tech gets some good football news. News 7 at 5 is next.

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A Campbell County jury says Elizabeth Farinacci is guilty of first degree murder in the death of her husband.
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It took the jury less than three hours to determine Elizabeth Farinacci shot her husband Frank and left him to die in their garage last February.
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The 48-year old testified in her own defense last week saying she'd been threatened into confessing to the crime and was afraid for her own life. Prosecutors alleged Farinacci resorted to murder to cover up another homicide she and her husband had been involved in inNelson County four years ago. Farinacci countered by pointing the finger at friends who testified they'd agreed to provide her with an alibi, but changed their minds when they she was trying to pin the crime on them. Jurors are back in court considering a sentence.
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The Chief Medical Examiner is asking for help identifying the body of a man found along the Parkway last Spring.


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The partially decomposed body was discovered last May at the Poages Mill overlook by a group of friends playing frisbee. Investigators say they're running toxicology and other tests to determine the victim's identity but are pretty much "stuck".
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That's why they've used the man's skull to reconstruct his facial features out of clay.
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((RICK MOORER/INVESTIGATOR: THE REASON THAT WE'VE GONE AHEAD TO THIS EXTREME IS A LACK OF LEADS. WE FELT LIKE IF WE COULD RECREATE WHAT THIS PERSON LOOKED LIKE AND YOU ARE ABLE TO PRESENT IT TO THE PUBLIC THEN SOMEONE MIGHT RECOGNIZE THIS PERSON.))
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The man is described as being white, between 55 and 75 years old, and weighing between 150 to 170 pounds. Investigators believe he had light brown or grey hair and stood about 6 feet tall.
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[Take Pinnacle Full] If you have any information about the man's identity you can call the FBI at 344-5561, Roanoke County Police at 561-8064 or the National Park Service at 767-2213, extension 18.
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It's been almost one year since 9-11- but still no homeland security department.
It appears President Bush and Senate Democrats disagree on the details-
As Teri Okita reports- today they debated just that on Capitol Hill.
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(( A SURE SIGN THEIR SUMMER VACATION IS OVER: PRESIDENT BUSH WAS BACK AT THE WHITE HOUSE PREPPING REPUBLICAN SENATORS FOR A POSSIBLE SHOWDOWN WITH THEIR DEMOCRATIC COUNTERPARTS OVER A NEW HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT BILL. SENATORS BEGAN DEBATING THE MEASURE THAT DEMOCRATS SAY WOULD BUILD A BETTER DEFENSE AGAINST TERRORISM WITHIN AMERICAS BORDERS AND MAKE ANOTHER SEPTEMBER 11TH-TYPE ATTACK IMPOSSIBLE. ONE STICKING POINT IS HOW MANY RIGHTS THE 170-THOUSAND WORKERS WILL RETAIN ONCE THEY'RE MOVED INTO THE NEW DEPARTMENT: BUT KEY DEMOCRATS SAY TWO SIDES AREN'T THAT FAR APART.
Sen. Joseph Lieberman/D-Connecticut: We stand broadly on common ground even as we debate some of the remaining differences between us. BUT THE PRESIDENT INSISTS THAT THE BILL WOULD DENY HIS ADMINISTRATION THE FLEXIBILITY IT NEEDS TO HIRE, FIRE, AND MANAGE EMPLOYEES OF AN AGENCY DESIGNED TO RESPOND QUICKLY TO THREATS AGAINST DOMESTIC SECURITY.
Tom Ridge/Homeland Security Director: If you limit the ability of the president and his new management team to actually use some of these resources, you will not have done everything you can to protect this country and our way of life. RIDGE SAYS HELL RECOMMEND THAT MR. BUSH VETO THE MEASURE IF IT PASSES IN ITS CURRENT FORM.
Teri Okita/Reporting: Congress had hoped to have a bill ready for the Presidents signature by September 11th, but thats wishful thinking. Now, with lawmakers eyes on those critical mid-term elections, its more likely the deadline will be late October or early November. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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While it's been said that time heals all wounds, for many certainly not enough time has passed to ease the suffering associated with September 11th.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton spoke with a local psychologist today and joins us with some ways to get through the next few days.
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Jean,
While most people around the county are doing fine and have bounced back.
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The one year anniversary of any tragic event or death is often the hardest.
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The images of September 11th attacks are forever etched in our memories...and the anniversary may bring it all back to the surface.
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((THE TIME OF THE YEAR IS THE SAME AND PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT IT AGAIN. WHEN ALL THOSE THINGS HAPPEN IT TRIGGERS MEMORIES AND WITH THOSE MEMORIES COME FEELINGS AND SO ON. IT TAKES TIME TO GRIEVE AND IT'S NOT ALL PUT WAY AFTER A YEAR TYPICALLY)) [RUNS16]
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Psychologist Rick Seidel says don't ignore those emotions --in fact it can help to remember and to talk about what happened and why and to honor those who lost their lives.
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((ALL OF THESE THINGS CAN HELP US GROW. THEY HELP US HEAL AND THEY HELP US MOVE FORWARD. IN ADDITION TO THAT TO REMEMBER FOLKS CLOSE TO YOU THAT MATTER)) [RUNS09]
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Seidel also recommends that you limit the amount of television you watch on the attacks ... even more so in the case of children..
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((FROM MY PERSPECTIVE IT SERVES VERY LITTLE PURPOSE TO KEEP WATCHING THAT OVER AND OVER AGAIN. EXCEPT TO SCARE YOU AN STIR UP EMOTIONS AND TRAUMATIZE YOU )) [RUNS12]
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People can also find comfort by participating in community activities to commemorate the attacks. In fact, Festival in the park will hold a day of Remberance at Elmwood Park in Roanoke on September 11th.
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Jean,

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It is cleanup time in Ladysmith, Wisconsin- where a tornado devastated the town.
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People are spending the day going through the debris trying to find what- if anything- they can salvage.
The twister blew through late yesterday damaging and destroying many homes and businesses.
No one was killed- and today many have stories of survival.
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((THEY WERE ALL GOING THEY WE'RE GOING TO RUN OUT THIS WAY AND SHE STOPPED THEM, SO WE ALL STOOD RIGHT HERE, AND AS THE TORNADO WENT OVER US ALL THE AIR GOT COMPLETELY SUCKED OUT OF THE BUILDING AND WE GOT THROWN INTO THE KITCHEN AND THROWN ON THE FLOOR , WE BASICALLY WAITED IT OUT THERE, BASICALLY I WAS JUST WAITING TO DIE!))
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As many as 100 homes and businesses were destroeyd- Today Wisconsin's governor declared a state of emergency in the town-
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Coming up on the newscast, Virginia's colleges want to get you out to the voting booth in November. We will tell you why.
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[VO] and a young singer's plan to fly in space is apparently over. We'll tell you what has grounded N'Sync's Lance Bass.
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Supporters of Virginia's colleges and universities are asking for your vote.
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In November, voters will decide whether to approve a bond to raise money for renovations and construction at state schools.
Educators teamed up with a bi-partisan group of elected officials to launch a campaign today in support of the bond's passage.
The bond is expected to raise over 900 million dollars.
Supporters say the money will benefit colleges, universities and museums in every region of the state.
They also say concerns about the economy may be a factor in the vote.
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The bond is expected to raise 72 million dollars for Virginia Tech, 27 million dollars for Radford University and more than 22 million dollars for V-M-I.
Another bond initiative on November's ballot would raise 119 million dollars for Virginia's 34 state parks.
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McDonald's restaurants say they are going on the attack against heart attacks.
And it is starting by targeting its own french fries.
Jennifer Miller explains.
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AMERICA'S FAST FOOD KING IS CUTTING SOME OF THE FAT. MCDONALD'S SAYS A NEW COOKING OIL WILL DRASTICALLY REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF ARTERY CLOGGING FAT...CALLED TRANS FATTY ACIDS ...IN ITS FRENCH FRIES.
Margot Wootan, Center for Science in the Public Interest. "The science is clear that trans-fat raises blood cholesterol and raises heart disease risk and I think this issue has been in the news more and more and McDonald's is responding to the risk and about trans fat in particular."
STANDUP: ALTHOUGH OFFICIALS SAY THE NEW PRODUCT HAS BEEN IN THE WORKS FOR A WHILE, IT COMES JUST WEEKS AFTER AN OVER WEIGHT MAN FILED SUIT AGAINST THE FAST FOOD GIANT ... BLAMING THEM FOR HIS OBESITY.
CRITICS SAY THE NEW FRIES WILL BOOST OTHER FAT LEVELS WHILE KEEPING THE CALORIE COUNT HIGH.
Wootan/CSPI. French fries are not a health food..............
FOR LOYAL FOLLOWERS OF THE FAST FOOD GIANT, THE BIG CONCERN IS THAT THEIR FAVORITE FRIES COULD LOSE SOME OF THEIR FLAVOR. IT'S A RISK SOME ARE WILLING TO TAKE.
MOS/CONSUMER. As long as it doesn't taste like cardboard...I'll eat it.
BY MAKING IT EASIER FOR CUSTOMERS TO WATCH THEIR WAISTLINE ... MCDONALDS COULD ALSO PROTECT ITS BOTTOM LINE...ENCOURAGING MORE FAST FOOD FANS TO DRIVE THROUGH THE GOLDEN ARCHES.
JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, DENVER.))

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A spokesman for the Russian space agency says a pop singer can say Bye, Bye, Bye to his chances of flying in space next month.
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The spokesman says N'Sync member Lance Bass has been bumped from the flight to the international space station because he didn't meet the deadline to come up with 20 MILLION dollars.
Bass was asked to leave the Russian cosmonaut training center.
But a T-V producer who's been helping raise the money says it's almost there. He says he expects Bass to be back on the flight by the end of the week.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, two of Hollywood's best known young stars get married,
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and in Sports, Virginia Tech gets some good news following surgery on quarterback Grant Noel.
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Wall Street starts the month of September with a plunge. We'll have the details in our Marketwatch report,
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Also we will tell you how one man has followed life's little ups and downs all the way into the record books.
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September is historically the worst month of the year for stocks -- and as Ed Crane tells us, this one is shaping up to be a real bear.
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Going on a roller coaster just once makes many people queasy... but one roller coaster fan spent 104 days riding a roller coaster.
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Richard Rodriguez broke his own world record- He has spent ten hours a day on the ride since Mid May-
Although the 42-year old admitted feeling queasy on the first days he said he got over that problem quickly.
The Expedition Ge-Force is one of the world's biggest roller coasters-
The dipper drops down at an angle of 82 degrees while twisting sideways on itself.
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((RICHARD RODRIGUEZ: I FEEL VERY HAPPY ABOUT THE 104 DAYS AND THAT THEY ARE FINALLY DONE.))
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Rodriguez estimates he completed the mile course- roughly 16-thousand times.
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Good afternoon folks. It is the Tuesday ticker and we begin in Blacksburg tonight where the Virginia Tech Hokies got some good injury news concerning quarterback Grant Noel's left knee.
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Noel had arthroscopic surgery on knee this morning to evaluate what was causing the discomfort he had been experiencing the past three weeks. Trainer Mike Goforth says it went better than expected. Orthopedic surgeon Marc Siegel not only found no serious damage, but they also determined that part of his Anterior cruciate ligament is still in tact. Dr. Siegel trimmed some cartilage - but overall - the procedure was deemed a complete success. Noel will begin his rehab tomorrow morning at seven. Goforth says other than the rehab, Noel will stay off of the knee as much as possible for the next four days He is still probable for the Marshall game on September 12th.
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The Winston Cup series rolls back into the Comonwealth this weekend for another race under the lights. Saturday night at 7, the Monte Carlo 400 gets underway at the Richmond International Raceway.
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Much of last month, a number of teams tested at the track hoping that the surface had improved. Remember back in the spring, the sealer came up and the track was a disaster.
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Dale Junior will also race in the Busch Series event this weekend at Richmond. But he says he's still very uncomfortable with his rock star like status in the sports world.
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The Busch race at Richmond is set for Friday night at 8, while the Truck series rolls off the grid on Thursday night.

Qualifying for the Cup cars is this Friday at 3:05.


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An unusal out of this world house in Denver is going up for sale.
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The odd looking house looks like a UFO, sitting on the top of a ridge. The unusual house has been there for decades, and now it's up for sale.
The house was featured in the 1973 Woody Allen movie, "Sleeper" and has since been called the "Sleeper House."
The developer who originally built the house ran out of money and wasn't able to complete the construction inside. 40-years later, John Huggins purchased the house and finally finished it off. Huggins even hired the daughter of the original developer to do all of the interior decorating work in the house.
The house has a fantastic view of the mountains and you can even see the lights of Denver.
If this house is of interest to you, it can be all yours for a cool 10-million dollars.
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Actor Freddie Prinze Junior and actress Sarah Michelle Gellar have gotten married.
Their spokeswoman says they were married on Sunday in Mexico.
She says a group of friends and family attended the ceremony, which was kept a secret from the public.
Gellar stars in television's Buffy the Vampire Slayer," The couple announced their engagement in April of last year.
Since then, the couple appeared together in this summer's talking-dog comedy, ``Scooby-Doo.'' They are signed up to star in the sequel.
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