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Today on News 7 at Five, authorities look for help in identifying the man who robbed a local grocery store.
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Plus we'll see if the latest efforts by the Henry County Sheriff's Department have paid off in a high profile murder case.
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A dry start to the week with a chance for rain beginning late Thursday and perhaps into the weekend if the tropical system comes ashore. Details ahead.

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Also today, the President warns Congress to manage its money.
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We'll see a promising new treatment for Migraine headaches.
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Plus Mike Stevens will tell us why the U-V-A Cavaliers want to whip some deacons.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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The mom caught on tape beating her child begins her walk through the justice system- and she begins to answer questions about the beating caught on tape.
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Madlyhn Toogood says is the first time she's abused any of her three children-
She says she's spanked them before but never like the incident caught on tape.
Drew Levinson is following the story and has the latest from South Bend Indiana- where Toogood was in court today.
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(( Madelyne Gorman Toogood walked into an Indiana courtroom and pleaded not guilty to charges of beating her little girl. Her attorney says it's a legal mauver.... because she has already admitted she did it....and the nation saw her do it.
September 13th On this department store surveillance tape, Toogood was caught slapping and hitting her 4 year old daughter Martha, Toogood says the little girl was misbehaving. Madelyne Gorman Toogood "she'd run and get lost, open every Barbie thing she could find." But prosecutors say Toogood was upset because the store wouldn't let her return some merchandise and she took it out on Martha. The state wants the girl in foster care. Today a judge gave child protection officials 2 weeks to decide who should care for the little girl. Chris Toth/Prosecutor "the worst thing that could happen for that little girl is to be immediately placed with another family member without making sure that is a safe environment."
Toodgood belongs to a group know as the Irish travelers...nomads ... often thought of as con artists. Prosecutors are afraid if the girl is given back to the family, they would all just disappear. If convicted on the battery charges, Toogood could spend up to three years in prison. Toogood "terrified of going to jail, really really scared. I'm afraid of Martha, I just want Martha back." With what the nation has already seen, the judge may be hard pressed to grant this mother's request. drew Levin son, CBS news, South Bend Indiana.))

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Henry County's sheriff says a lead in the kidnapping of Jennifer Short and the murders of her parents is NOT so promising..
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Sheriff Frank Cassell says his investigators have spent more than one thousand hours chasing a report that Mary Short was harassed by a man when she worked at the Pluma factory more than a decade ago.
Old photos of Mary Short released last week, brought in tips, but no answers as to who the man may be.
Cassell says he is starting to believe it is a wild goose chase.
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Police are hoping a surveillance photo will help solve the armed robbery of a Blacksburg grocery store. A man with a gun robbed the Food Lion at Heathwood Square last Thursday morning.
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Police say he brandished a handgun, demanded money and ran off. He's described as about six feet tall, weighing 160- pounds.
He was wearing dark clothing, goggles and gloves. His face was covered.
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No one was injured.

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Hurricane Isidore has plowed across Mexico's Yucatan peninsula-
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leaving behind a mess.
The hurricane uprooted trees and famlies-
About 70 thousand people in low lying fishign villages were told to get out- and head to shelters.
Torrential rains flooded homes and road- at least four people were killed-
Isidore was one of the strongest storms to hit the peninsula since 1988 when Hurricane Gilbert caused major damage in Cancun before heading north.
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Starvation wages, 19-hour work days, verbal and physical abuse. That's what one human rights activist says life is like while working in an overseas sweatshop.
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Charles Kernaghan is leading a national effort to end unfair labor practices. Beginning today in Roanoke, he's speaking to groups in cities around the country. Two garment workers from Bangladesh also addressed the crowd of steelworkers. Kernaghan says they make clothes for Wal-Mart and Disney.
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Petitions to be sent to the U-S government are being handed out at these meetings.
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A Disney representative says they did an audit of a garment factory in Bangladesh last year and found no violations. The company says it follows a strict code of conduct.
Wal-Mart didn't return our calls.

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The White House tells Israel it should exercise restraint in its latest showdown with Yasir Arafat. We'll tel you why after the break.
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We've all heard it- don't overspend- Now that's the message from President Bush to Congress-
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At a rally in New Jersey, the President says the country needs fiscal responsibility.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THE MONEY IN WASHINGTON IS YOUR MONEY. AND WE BETTER BE CAREFUL ABOUT HOW WE SPEND YOUR MONEY. AND IF CONGRESS OVERSPENDS, IT'S GOING TO BE A PROBLEM FOR MAKING AMERICA'S ECONOMY CONTINUE TO GROW. AND SO MY MESSAGE TO CONGRESS IS: REMEMBER WHOSE MONEY YOU'RE SPENDING.))
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A stopgap bill is expected to pass and Mr. Bush says that's likely to lead to overspending.
While the President talked money- protestors came out to oppose the pending war on Iraq- but secret service agents kept them back 200 yards.
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The President was in New Jersey to help raise money for Senate Candidate Doug Forrester.
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Meanwhile the White House has asked Israel to back away from its seige of Yasser Arafat's West Bank Compound. Kimberly Dozier has more from Jerusalem.
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((These Israeli settlers had come to Hebron to pray. They were wounded when a Palestinian gunman opened fire. Israel's punishing demolition of Palestinian President Yassar Arafat's compound has done little to stop attacks like these.
The Israeli army has halted its building-by-building destruction of the compound, after the White House called the operation, unhelpful to the peace process.
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and they allowed a top Palestinian official to meet his besieged leader. But negotiations over the wanted men Israel says are inside are not going well.

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They said they wanted to know the names of everyone in the compound. Of course, this is absolutely not acceptable. We cannot do that.

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Palestinian outrage spread to Bethlehem, fueled byreports that Israels cabinet voted on whether to expel Arafat, after last weeks suicide bombing. The measure failed to pass.
(on-cam ) Israelis are more concerned about whats happening here closer to home. They have a hot warning of an imminent terror attack. So the Israeli army and police force have thrown a ring of steel around Jerusalem, separating Arab East Jerusalem where Im standing, from Arab West Jerusalem that way.

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Impromptu checkpoints are everywhere. Arabs wait hours to get through. And now the Israeli government is talking about going from defense, to offense.
Israeli officials say the Gaza stronghold of the Hamas militants behind last weeks attack, may be their next target.
KD, CBS News, Jerusalem))

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On Health Check, there may be some relief in sight for those who suffer frequent migraine.
Dr. Sean Kenniff explains.
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TRACK: AFTER 15 YEARS--39 YEAR OLD LINDA KIEL KNOWS ALL THE SIGNS...

SOT: LINDA KIEL/MIGRAINE PATIENT

"I WILL ACTUALLY LOSE MY VISION-- I'LL LOSE TO THE LEFT SIDE-- AND ALL MY PERIPHERAL VISION ABOVE...AND THAT'S FRIGHTENING..."
TRACK: BUT LIKE A MAJORITY OF AMERICA'S 28-MILLION MIGRAINE SUFFERERS....THOSE KINDS OF EPISODES-- ONLY HAPPEN A FEW TIMES A YEAR...AND THEY ARE ALLEVIATED BY A COMMON DRUG-- IN THIS CASE-- FIORINAL-- IN ABOUT A HALF HOUR.
FOR SOME SUFFERERS THOUGH...THE AGONIZING PAIN RE-OCCURS A FEW TIMES A
MONTH-- EVEN A FEW TIMES A WEEK. FOR ---THOSE---- PATIENTS THERE MAY BE

SOME NEW RELIEF. ACCORDING TO A NEW STUDY PRESENTED TODAY IN LONDON-- THE EPILEPTIC DRUG TOPIRAMATE-- KNOWN UNDER THE DRUG NAME "TOPAMAX"-- NOT ONLY EASES MIGRAINES-- BUT CAN PREVENT THEM.

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JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. "A DOSE OF 100-MILLIGRAMS WAS EFFECTIVE IN OVER HALF THE PATIENTS-- IN DECREASING THEIR MIGRAINE FREQUENCY -- BY OVER 50-PERCENT."
TRACK: THE STUDY'S FINDINGS AREN'T MUCH OF A SURPRISE TO NEUROLOGIST KEITH SILLER WHO SAYS THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY NOW REALIZES MIGRAINES AREN'T AS SIMPLE AS THEY THOUGHT. IN FACT-- THE BRAIN ACTIVITY MAY BE CLOSER TO WHAT HAPPENS DURING AN EPILEPTIC SEIZURE.

SOT: DR. KEITH SILLER/NEUROLOGIST/NYU MEDICAL CTR.

"SEIZURE IS A BURST OF ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY THAT SPREADS OVER THE BRAIN. ONE OF THE MORE RECENT THEORIES ABOUT MIGRAINE IS THAT IT TOO-- STARTS OFF AS INCREASED BRAIN ACTIVITY THAT'S TRIGGERED ABNORMALLY."
TRACK: DR. SILLER WORRIES HOWEVER-- ABOUT TOPOMAX'S SIDE EFFECT...WHICH WILL MAKE IT THAT MUCH MORE ATTRACTIVE...AND POSSIBLY OPEN IT UP TO ABUSE. IT HELPED THE STUDY'S PATIENTS.... LOSE A LITTLE LESS THAN 4-PERCENT OF THEIR BODY WEIGHT. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up in today's Marketwatch report, we'll see what some bad news did to the stock markets.
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[VO] Also we will tell you about about a defect that could cause major damage in thousands of DVD machines.
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Coming today in Sports, U-V-A prepares to take on Wake Forest,
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and then a little later, we see if Barbershop can cut through the competition to repeat as the box office champion.
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On Wall Street today, more profit warnings and another dose of dismal economic news sent stock prices sharply lower. As Alexis Christoforous tells us the Nasdaq hit a six-year low.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your two minute ticker. The Virginia Cavaliers are now 2 and 2. One main reason is the pass defense. Steve Maosn has more on The Wahoos three "safety" Valves.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies have risen to number five in the nation in the new football polls that came out yesterday.

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Today, one of the men who helped get them into the penthouse - was honored by the Big East for his play against Texas A & M. Senior Safety Willie Pile the Conference's defensive player of the week. He has an interception and fumble recovery to go along with 10 tackles against the Aggies on Saturday.
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[GO TO TECH 2002 FULL SCREEN] Much more on Willie Pile and the Hokies tonight on News 7 at Six in the latest edition of the Tech 2002 Report. I'll see you at the top of the hour with that, while Jean will be back to wrap up News 7 at Five in just a second. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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Sony is trying to take a megabyte out of Nintendo's portable game empire.
And speaking of bites, more than a million recordable D-V-D drives may be snake bitten.
Jody Davis has more in this edition of the technotainment report.
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(( BIG PROBLEMS FOR PIONEER ELECTRONICS AND ITS RECORDABLE D-V-D LINEUP.
THE COMPANY SAYS CONSUMERS WHO USE PIONEER DVD RECORDERS AND DVD-RW COMPUTER DRIVES COULD DAMAGE THOSE MACHINES IF THEY DO HIGH-SPEED RECORDING.
WHEN NEWER HIGH-SPEED BLANK DISKS ARE INSERTED... THEY CAN FREEZE UP THE DRIVES... RESULTING IN PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE INTERNAL LENS.
THE COMPANY'S OFFERING A DOWNLOADABLE SOFTWARE FIX, PLUS MORE INFORMATION, ON ITS WEBSITE... PIONEER ELECTRONICS (ONE WORD) DOT COM.

SONY IS CLEARLY TAKING AIM AT NINTENDO AND ITS MARKET-LEADING GAMEBOY PORTABLE GAME DEVICE.
IT'S OFFERING A NEW 5-INCH L-C-D SCREEN FOR ITS PORTABLE PLAYSTATION 1 CONSOLE.
SONY IS SELLING THE SCREEN ITSELF FOR EXISTING PS-1 CONSOLES... RETAIL PRICE $129... OR AS A PACKAGE DEAL WITH THE CONSOLE, CONTROLLER, SPEAKERS AND MORE.

HERE'S ONE FOR THE KIDDIES... IF THEY'RE FANS OF BLUES CLUES... THERE'S A NEW VIDEOGAME THEY MIGHT ENJOY. "BLUES PRESCHOOL" IS AIMED AT 3 TO 5 YEAR-OLDS.
IT TAKES THEM TO FIVE NEIGHBORHOOD LOCATIONS... INCLUDING THE BAKERY AND THE MUSIC STORE.
THEY LEARN BASIC SKILLS FROM THE FRIENDS THEY'VE COME TO KNOW ON SATURDAY MORNING TV.
THE GAME IS FOR P-Cs AND MACS... AND WE'VE SEEN IT AS LOW AS 16.99 AT SOME ONLINE RETAILERS.
AND THAT'S THE LATEST IN TECHNOTAINMENT I'M JODY DAVIS REPORTING.))

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The movie "Barbershop" was a cut above the competition for the second week in a row.
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The ensemble comedy featuring Ice Cube as the reluctant proprietor of his late father's business took the top spot at the box office.
Box office tracker Exhibitor Relations says it's benefiting from good reviews and good word of mouth.
It managed to bring in another 13-point-three million dollars over the weekend.
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``The Banger Sisters,'' starring Goldie Hawn and Susan Sarandon in the reunion of two former rock groupies, finished in second place with an estimated ten-point-three million. It did very well with its target audience of older women.
``My Big Fat Greek Wedding'' was third, followed by ``Ballistic: Ecks versus Sever'' and ``The Four Feathers.''
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