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Today on News 7 at 5, a Roanoke teenager is sentenced for fatally shooting a friend. We'll have the details.

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Plus residents along the Texas and Louisianna coasts prepare for Hurrican Isidore.
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It now seems more likely that rain from Isidore will arrive in the region by Thursday. The latest track and forecast coming up.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Health officials say the U-S blood supply is at risk of contamination by the West Nile virus.
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[VO-NAT]


A new study says a glass of tea could be the pause that refreshes your health.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


Plus Mike Stevens will see if the Virginia Tech Hokies can handle an underdog.
News 7 at Five is next.

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(( I SUSPEND THAT SENTENCE (SOB) UPON THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS ... SOB, NO, NO...))
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A Roanoke teenager convicted of involuntary manslaughter avoids prison... but will still serve time.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.

[5-Price]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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16-year-old Rebecca Price will spend three years in juvenile detention for the fatal shooting of a friend.
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Price fell to the floor sobbing as the judge told her he was sentencing her to 10 years as an adult -- but that she would only have to serve three in a juvenile facility.
She was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of 16-year-old Neville Swain last November.
Price said she did not think the gun was loaded when she jokingly aimed it at Swain after he broke her fingernail.

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[SOT]
[IN Q=I wanted to apologize]

((I WANTED TO APOLOGIZE TO THE FAMILY... I WANTED TO APOLOGIZE TO MY OWN FAMILY. I WANT TO APOLOGIZE TO THEM BECAUSE I KNOW THEY'RE GRIEVING.))
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[OUT Q=I know they're grieving.]
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After she finishes her juvenile sentence, Price will be on probation for almost 11 years.
The judge ordered her to continue psychiatric treatment.
She also has to pay half of Neville Swain's funeral expenses.
On News-7 at 6, we'll tell you how both families reacted to the sentence.
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[5-81-Ax]


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An accident has been slowing northbound traffic on Interstate 81 this afternoon.
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The chain-reaction collision involved six vehicles at mile marker 164 near Buchanan.
State police say the accident happened after traffic had stopped in a construction zone.
One person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
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[5-Identity-Theft]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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To ward off crime you may do things like.. lock your car door, hold your purse tight or set an alarm system. But now in this information age ... your identity may be the next thing you'll have to protect. Officials say identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the country .
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Joining us with more on that is Business Reporter Rachel Cannon....
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Jean, not only is identity theft growing but its happening at an alarming rare. nationwide it's up 30 to 40-percent each year. Officials say it has a lot to do with the rapid rise in computer use as well as social security numbers being very accessible. Information in charts from Virginia's Attorney General's office says a
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the majority of identity theft victims are in their 30's but all age groups are susceptible. A person usually finds out about the problem within one month, but at that point the damage could be done and take months to resolve. When it comes to using credit cards, checks and your social security numbers, there are some things you can do to help protect yourself from identity theft.
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We're going to have a list of tips on News 7 at 6 Jean, we'll also hear from the Attorney General Kilgore on what the state is doing about the problem, in this case it's in the form of a task force. More on that at 6...

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Hurricane Isidore is back over open water.
After making landfall last weekend, it is gaining momentum in the Gulf of Mexico.
That has residents from Texas to Florida bracing for high winds and a lot of rain. Stacy Case has more.
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[SUPER=03-Grande Isle, LA;]
[SUPER=01-Bob Rickle/Shrimp Boat Owner;]
[SUPER=01-Stacy Case/CBS News;]
[SUPER=01-Elliott Jennings/Emergency Management Director;]
[SUPER=01-Max Mayfield/National Hurricane Center;]
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LOCATOR: (GRANDE ISLE , LA)
NAT water hitting pilings
TRACK: AFTER WATCHING ISIDORE'S TRACK FOR DAYS, GULF COAST RESIDENTS ARE NOW GETTING THEIR FIRST TASTE OF THE HURRICANE'S FURY.
NAT good shrimp boat coming in
TRACK: IN LOUISIANA RAIN AND MODERATE WINDS KICKED UP TUESDAY.
SHRIMPERS CALLED IT QUITS--- THE WATERS JUST TOO ROUGH.



SOT: (BOB RICKLE/ SHRIMP BOAT OWNER)

as soon as the government tells us to go, we take off and go someplace else
NAT: TRACK: PEOPLE HERE HAVE BEEN THROUGH THIS BEFORE. THEY KNOW WHAT TO DO.


(woman taking down wind chimes )

TRACK: WIND CHIMES WEREN'T MADE FOR THIS.
STAND UP BRIDGE (STACY CASE/REPORTING) going to find something to bridge here... will find something to reference with movement in stand up
NAT: boarding up windows (galveston)
TRACK: IN TEXAS, THEIR FOCUS IS ON GETTING THE BOARDS UP AND THE MESSAGE OUT.

SOT: (Elliott Jennings,Emergency Management Director.

make sure people are informed so they know what to expect.

BUTT TO/SOT:

If you get hurt, you're on your own. the coast guard they leave too
TRACK: FOLKS IN FLORIDA, ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA AND TEXAS HAVE BEEN
WATCHING ISIDORE FOR DAYS--- EARLY PROJECTIONS INDICATED IT COULD COME

ASHORE STATESIDE AS A CATEGORY 4 HURRICANE WITH 155 MPH WINDS. NOW, THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PREDICTS ISIDORE WILL MAINTAIN ITS LESS POWERFUL CATEGORY 1 STATUS-- WITH WINDS OF 80 MPH.

SOT: MAX MAYFIELD, DIR NAT'L HURRICANE CENTER

we want to be careful not to overdo this...not as powergful as a few days ago.
TRACK: BUT IT COULD CAUSE MAJOR FLOODING. ISIDORE IS EXPECTED TO HIT THE LOUSIANA COST SOME TIME THURSDAY.
NAT: (surfing)
TRACK:UNTIL THEN, SOME SURF, WHILE OTHERS SANDBAG. STACY CASE CBS NEWS NEW ORLEANS.))

[5-Iraq]


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Americas Strongest Ally against Iraq says Saddam Hussein is ready to use weapons of mass destruction at a moment's notice-
and if something isn't done about him, lives will be lost.
That's the word from the British today- Aleen Sirgany has more.
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[SUPER=01-Tony Blair/British Prime Minister;]
[SUPER=01-Amir al-Saadi/Iraqi Presidential Advisor;]
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((THE MESSAGE WAS LOUD AND CLEAR.

(NAT)TONY BLAIR/BRITISH PRIME MINISTER:

"I defy anyone to say that this cruel and sadistic dictator should be allowed any possibility of getting his hands on chemical biological and nuclear weapons of mass distractions.
...PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR TOOK HIS CASE FOR POSSIBLE MILITARY ACTION AGAINST IRAQ STRAIGHT TO THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT... JUST AFTER RELEASING A 50-PAGE DOSSIER HE SAYS LEAVES NO DOUBT OF SADDAMS DANGER. BLAIR His weapons of mass destruction programme is active, detailed and growing. The policy of containment is not working. IRAQ IS REJECTING THE DOSSIER AND CALLS BLAIR A LIAR. BUT FOLLOWING THE PRIME MINISTERS SPEECH, AN ADVISOR TO SADDAM ANNOUNCED ARMS INSPECTORS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO ANY IRAQI SITE THEY WISH. Amir al-Saadi/Iraqi Presidential Advisor
"Exactly, unfettered access where ever they want to go." BUT THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS SUCH PROMISES ARE JUST A PLOY BY SADDAM AND MEAN NOTHING. ARI FLEISCHER/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN Today they said unfettered inspectors returning. Their story just constantly changes. The one thing that doesn't change is their threat. AND PRESIDENT BUSH TOLD HIS CABINET TODAY, THATS EXACTLY WHY THE UNITED STATES CANT AFFORD TO SIT BACK AND WAIT. BUSH ........have been saying....he is willing to use weapons of mass destruction. THE PRESIDENT IS STILL TRYING TO CONVINCE CONGRESS TO GIVE HIM POWER TO ACT AGAINST IRAQ, ALONE IF NECESSARY. UNTIL NOW IT'S BEEN A TOUGH SELL TO SOME LAWMAKERS...IT REMAINS TO BE SEEM WHETHER THE NEW DOSSIER WILL HELP HIM. AS, CBS NEWS, WASH.))

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Is the American blood supply safe from the West Nile Virus? After this break we will find out what some health experts believe.
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[VO]
Also we will see what is helping local teenagers see the dangers of drinking and driving through a different set of eyes.
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Word today that there have been some cases of West Nile Virus spreading through a blood transfusion or organ donation.
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((DR. JESSE GOODMAN/FOOD AND DRUG ADMINSTRATIONBASED ON THESE ONGOING INVESTIGATIONS, WE HAVE IDENTIFIED A RISK TO BLOOD SAFETY. BUT I MUST CAUTION YOU WE DON'T KNOW AT THIS TIME, HOW BIG OR SMALL THAT RISK MAY BE.))
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Health officials also told lawmakers the search for a vaccine is beginning- but a working vaccine could be at least three years away.
Usually mosquitoes get the disease from infected birds and then spread it to humans.
If you go outside at dawn or dusk- wear insect repellent and cover up.
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((DR. JULIE GERBERDING/CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL: DO THINGS LIKE DRAIN THE WATER OUT OF THE WATER POTS IN THE BACKYARD. MOST OF THE MOSQUITOES TRANSMITTING THIS VIRUS LIVE IN THE SUBURBAN BACKYARD))
[SUPER=01-Dr. Julie Gerberding/Centers for Disease Control;]
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Over 19-hundred Americans have been infected- 95 people have died.
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[5-Fatal-Vision]


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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says- of the teenagers killed in vehicle crashes in 2000-, more than a third involved alcohol.
Statistics like this- have one local organization taking a stand.
[ANCHOR=JEAN 2 shot]


Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details
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Jean, the Red Cross has started a program called Fatal Vision.
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It shows young people how alcohol or drugs can impair their ability to do even the simplest of tasks.
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((
As students at Glenvar High School found out walking a straight line can be easy if you're sober... but after too much alcohol just keeping your balance is a challenge.
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((NAT SOUND: IF YOU'RE WEARING A SILVER LABEL YOUR BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVEL IS MEDIUM)) [RUNS04]
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But these students haven't been drinking. They're wearing goggles that simulate the effects of alcohol or drugs.
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((EVERYTHING WAS COMPLETELY MESSED UP. I COULDN'T AIM RIGHT. I COULDN'T HOLD THINGS RIGHT, EVERYTHING WAS DOUBLED. I COULDN'T SEE STRAIGHT IT WAS REALLY WEIRD)) [RUNS08]
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Jennifer's goggles were the most powerful simulating double vision...but even those with the lowest level had trouble.
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((CHRIS SMITH: I WOULDN'T HAVE MADE IT A BLOCK FROM THE PARTY AND I WOULD'VE WRECKED. I WOULD'VE BEEN RUNNING INTO ALL THE CARS ON THE OTHER SIDE)) [RUNS09]
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A scenario Roanoke Count officer Darold Jones says is more common than you might think.
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((DAROLD JONES/ROANOKE COUNT POLICE:GENERALLY LATE AT NIGHT THERE IS MAYBE GOING TO BE ALCOHOL OR DRUGS INVOLVED YOU SEE THAT IN A PROBABLY HALF OF THE RELATED ACCIDENTS)) [RUNS09]
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And while many of the students found humor in watching their friends make careless mistakes.. the Red Cross hopes they won't miss the message.
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((MAYBE IF THEY LOOK AT IT AND LEARN FROM IT WITH OUT ACTUALLY GOING OUT AND DRINKING AND DRIVING THEY THEY CAN SEE THAT THEY'RE IMPAIRED EVEN WITH THE LOWEST GLASSES)) [RUNS13]
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... at least one student says the closest she'll come to feeling drunk is with these glasses.
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((JENNIFER PARKER:IF I WAS DRIVING IN THAT CONDITION, I THINK I WOULD HAVE CRASHED OR KILLED MYSELF OR WORSE)) [RUNS05]
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The Red Cross says it will offer the program to any school or youth group in the Roanoke Valley.

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Many of us know the pleasure of a nice cup of tea, but it may surprise you to find out that it could also be good for you health.
Jennifer Miller has more.
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[SUPER=01-Joe Simrany/Tea Council, USA;]
[SUPER=01-Miriam Novalle/Tea Salon Owner;]
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(( FOR CENTURIES, TEA DRINKING HAS BEEN STEEPED IN TRADITION ... BUT IT MAY ALSO HAVE SOME NEWLY DISCOVERED HEALTH BENEFITS.

SOT: JOE SIMRANY, PRESIDENT , TEA COUNCIL, USA.

"Every time we think we know what there is to know about this beverage, we learn something new."
AT THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON TEA ... ONE LANDMARK STUDY -- CONDUCTED BY THEY US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE -- SHOWS FIVE SERVINGS OF BLACK TEA A DAY, COMBINED WITH A HEALTHY DIET, CAN REDUCE BAD CHOLESTEROL.
AND THE MORE YOU DRINK, THE LOWER YOUR RISK OF HEART DISEASE. EVEN THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY IS LISTENING... ANOTHER STUDY SHOWED TEA CAN ALSO REDUCE THE RISK OF RECTAL CANCER, AMONG WOMEN, BY 60 PERCENT.

SOT: MIRIAM NOVALLE/ TEA SALON OWNER (OR: OWNER, T SALON AND T

EMPORIUM, NEW YORK.) (NOTE: FAST FONT - 4 SECS) "Tea is great ...it's 5000 years old..it's nothing we invented."

(STANDUP)

THE ANCIENT CHINESE SECRET ... FLAVONOIDS. THEY ACT AS CLEANING AGENTS ABSORBED THROUGHOUT THE BODY ... STARTING WITH YOUR FIRST SIP.

SOT: STEPHEN CAVIT/ TEA DRINKER.
(it clears your head..it's really hard to explain..)


THE NEW FINDINGS ARE STIRRING THE POT OF WESTERN MEDICINE....WITH SOME OF THE MOST RESPECTED MEDICAL SOCIETIES CALLING FOR MORE STUDIES AND TRIALS . SEEKING TO ADD THEIR OWN SPOONFUL OF HIGH HOPES ...THAT A SPOT OF TEA...TRUELY IS A DRINK TO YOUR HEALTH.))

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Still to come on the newscast,
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[VO] It is eight months until the next pageant, but there is already a new Miss Universe. We'll tell you why following sports.
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It's been a long time favorite in the region for generations,
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now this Southern icon is celebrating a big anniversary. We'll tell you how a little later.
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[5-Marketwatch]


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On Wall Street today, a decline of nearly 200 points saw the Dow finish at its lowest closing level of the year.
As Alexis Christoforous tells us, things were just a little better for the NASDAQ.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker. Saturday's game at Western Michigan will mark Tech's first of the year on artificial turf. Mike Stevens has more on what is shaping up to be an eventful weekend.
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[SUPER=01-Jake Grove/Va. Tech Center; :48]
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The Virginia Cavaliers take on Wake Forest this Saturday in Winston Salem in the 44th meeting between the two schools.
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Demon Deacons coach Jim Grobe played two years of football at UVa and has a tremendous amount of respect for the job Al Groh is doing.
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Coming up at six, we will take a look at whether or not Wake Forest thinks it can exploit UVa's young and stuggling kicking game.
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[5-Moonpie]


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A favorite food of the south is celebrating a big anniversary.
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[SUPER=03-Chattanooga, TN;]


The MoonPie turns 100-years old today.
The Chattanooga Bakery wants consumers to share their fond memories, stories or photographs involving MoonPies.
The entries will be judged and the winner gets a family trip to Chattanooga to tour the bakery.
Since their invention, more than eight-billion MoonPies have been sold.
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[5-Miss-Universe]


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She is Miss Universe no longer- a beauty queen gets the boot.
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[Vo-Nat 28]
Russia's Oxana Federova has been fired by pageant officials- amid rumors she's married and pregnant.
Pageant officials would only say she has failed to fulfill her duties.
She was apparently supposed to make personal appearances but refused to take part- including the 2002 Miss Teen USA pageant.
Federova was the first Russian to win the title.
[SUPER=03-New York, NY]


Today a new Miss Universe was crowned.
Runner up Miss Panama was crowned today to take over the duties as Miss Universe.
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((Nat sound applause.))
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