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Today on News 7 at 5, local authorities round up dozens of suspected drug dealers.
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plus police in the nation's capitol arrest more than six hundred protestors after some violent confrontations.
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The tropical weather that blew in today with exit quickly tonight leaving the weekend fairly sunny and warm. More details just ahead.

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Another city in our area is asking its residents to conserve water.
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A big musical festival in Floyd is off to a slower than expected start.
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Plus Brent Watts will preview the Henry Street Heritage Festival.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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A seven month investigation of illegal drugs brings dozens of arrests in Martinsville.
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Martinsville police began rounding up suspects this morning.
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33 people were charged with 77 drug related offenses.
Most of those charges are related to the sale and distribution of cocaine.
This afternoon police chief Mike Rogers thanked residents of the neighbors where these arrests were made.
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By mid-afternoon about half of those people indicted had been arrested.
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Surveillance tapes are showing just how fast a deadly bank robbery happened yesterday.
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Police say the suspects walked into the bank and killed five people all within 40 seconds. Today four suspects are charged with first degree murder- in the small town of (Nor-fork) Norfolk, Nebraska.
Three men were arrested yesterday- a fourth overnight.
At this point- police don't know what caused the men to start shooting and they're not even sure if they stole anything.
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((BILL MINZER/NORFOLK, NE POLICE CHIEF: WE HAVE RECOVERED NO MONEY. UNTIL THERE IS AN AUDIT OF BANK FUNDS WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DETERMINE IF ANY MONEY WAS TAKEN.))
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The Youngest victim was 29 year old Lisa Bryant- a loan officer at the bank- she was married just five weeks.
A memorial service will likely be held next week.
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They say capitalism breeds poverty and robs the poorest countries- And today the protestors who say that- took to the streets in Washington.
They want their message to get through to world finance ministers who are meeting there-
As Aleen Sirgany reports- its not just protestors .. but police who are out in force.
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(( THE WORLD FINANCE MINISTERS ARE IN WASHINGTON TODAY. ANTI-CAPITALIST PROTESTERS HAVE BEEN OUT IN FORCE... SO HAVE THEY POLICE. THEY'VE ARRESTED HUNDREDS. ALEEN SIRGANY REPORTS.

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FACING OFF AGAINST A DEFIANT POLICE FORCE.. HUNDREDS OF PROTESTERS WERE JUST AS DETERMINED TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR MISSION.

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FIERCE CLASHES CAME EARLY FRIDAY MORNING, AS POLICE ARMED WITH BATONS AND TEAR GAS TOOK CONTROL.

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ANTI-CAPITALISTS ARE THE ONES MAKING MOST OF THE NOISE HERE. DEMONSTRATORS ARE CALLING FOR THE OVERTHROW OF THE WORLD BANK AND INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND. .. ARGUING THAT CAPITALISM BREEDS POVERTY, AND ROBS THE WORLD'S POOREST COUNTRIES.
ERIC GIBSON/PROTESTER - "It just doesn't make any sense, these people are suffering, they need the money, and basically, it's extortion, you know." PROTESTERS... MADE SURE THEY WERE HEARD. SOME EVEN CHAINED THEMSELVES TOGETHER... FORCING POLICE TO BRING OUT THE CHAINSAWS TO CUT THEM APART, AND MAKE ARRESTS. BUT WHAT A DIFFERENCE A WHOLE LOT OF COPS IN RIOT GEARS MAKES. BY LUNCH TIME, THIS IS WHAT WASHINGTON LOOKED LIKE. STREETS THAT WERE ONCE PACKED WITH PROTESTERS WERE REOPENED, AND TRAFFIC WAS MOVING FREELY. .. AND BY THE AFTERNOON, PROTESTERS WERE HARD TO COME BY. THAT'S BECAUSE MANY WERE IN POLICE CUSTODY. MORE THAN 6-HUNDRED WERE ARRESTED, AND POLICE AREN'T LETTING THEIR GUARD DOWN. WITH WORLD FINANCE MINISTERS MEETING FOR TWO MORE DAYS HERE.. OFFICIALS ARE PREPARING FOR THE WORST. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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You can add Lynchburg to the long list of Virginia localities asking residents to conserve water.
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City manager Kimball Payne this morning declared a "Stage One" water emergency.. meaning that moderate but limited supplies are available and citizens should restrict their water usage.
While recent rainfall has helped, officials say it's done little to counter the effects of the prolonged drought.


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((STEPHEN BONTRAGER/LYNCHBURG UTILITIES DIRECTOR: WHAT HAPPENS IS WHEN IT RAINS DOWN HERE, IT HELPS ON AN INTERIM-TYPE BASIS. AND IT'S A SHORT-TERM EFFECT THAT WE SEE AS FAR AS PEOPLE NOT USING WATER OUTSIDE. WHERE IT REALLY NEEDS TO RAIN AND WHERE WE NEED THE SNOWFALL IS UP IN THE MOUNTAINS TO GO AHEAD AND FILL PEDLAR RESERVOIR AND ALSO TO REPLENISH THE MOOMAW RESERVOIR FOR THE JAMES RIVER.))
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Bontrager says the city is still drawing 100 percent of its daily water from the James.
The restrictions put in place today are voluntary.
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The show must go on in Floyd today where the Floyd World Music Festival is kicking off, despite a lot of rain...


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((KRIS HODGES/PRODUCTION MANAGER; OBVIOUSLY GETTING AROUND IN THE MUD IS A LITTLE CHALLENGE BUT MORE THAN ALL IT'S YOU KNOW SUNSHINE HELPS. YOU KNOW IT'S A TEST OF INTEGRITY, DISCIPLINE, AND SINCERITY YOU KNOW WE'VE GOT ALL THREE - FLOYD FEST IS HERE AFRICA IS HERE SWEDEN IS ON IT'S WAY THEY'RE COMING.))
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The three day festival being held on a 50-acre parcel off the Blue Ridge Parkway showcases performers from all over the world. The African group (Knee- tetty tetta) Nii Tettey Tettah kicked off the event on the main stage this afternoon.
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Organizers say today's wet weather may be keeping most of the crowds away for now ... but that they expect clear skies and thousands of people for the remainder of the event which runs thru Sunday. Vendors like Berkley Brown hope to get their booths up and running for sales over the weekend. She says the spirit of the festival is alive and well - making due with what mother nature has to offer.
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Still to come on the newscast, an innovative program could bring new hope to people who need life saving organ transplants,
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Plus Joy Sutton will tell us about some improvements coming to a local hospital.
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Finding a parking spot will soon be a lot easier at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
A new five level parking garage is under construction adjacent to the hospital.
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As health check reporter Joy Sutton found out this is one of the first steps in preparing for the Carilion Biomedical Institute
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That's right Jean,
Carilion is also building a child care center--
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both projects are expected to be completed by November of 2003.
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The new garage along with a child care center that will be built on the site are the first signs of progress not only for the Carilion Biomedical Institute but the larger city wide project the 74 acre Riverside Centre for Research and Technology.
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The Roanoke Redevelopment and Housing Authority signed over ownership of the first construction site to Carilion today...and its already acquired most of the property to complete the first phase of the project.
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Carilion says it hopes in the next year or so will be in position to begin to sign on companies to move into the centre.
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Jean,

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Two young women are alive and getting back to normal following kidney transplants.
But as Mallika Marshall tell us, where the kidneys came from is the real news of this story.
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(( 16-YEAR-OLD BRITTANY SMITH AND 22-YEAR-OLD SARA ST PIERRE ARE BOTH LUCKY TO BE ALIVE.. THANKS TO AN INNOVATIVE DONOR SWAP COORDINATED BY THE NEW ENGLAND ORGAN BANK, CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL AND TUFTS-NEW ENGLAND MEDICAL CENTER.

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it let me have my whole life back, i can do what i want to do.. i didn't have worry about going to the dialysis..

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it feels good to be able to do things i couldn't do before.. like go out and have fun and go out on trips

THIS PROGRAM ENABLED SARA'S DAD, WHO WAS NOT A MATCH FOR HIS DAUGHTER.. TO DONATE A KIDNEY TO BRITTANY....
IN EXCHANGE, BRITTANY'S SISTER WHO WAS NOT A SUITABLE MATCH FOR HER.. DONATED A KIDNEY TO SARA.

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i felt kind of sad that i could do it to her directly.. but very happy i could help somebody else

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anybody who was in the same situation would do it.. very appreciative to have the chance to get connected.
THE UNIQUE PROGRAM OFFERS KIDNEY PATIENTS AN OPTION WHEN A RELATIVE OR FRIEND IS WILLING TO BECOME A LIVE DONOR.. BUT IS NOT A SUITABLE MATCH. STANDUP: IF ANOTHER PATIENT AND POTENTIAL DONOR ARE IN A SIMILAR SITUATION, THE NEW ENGLAND ORGAN BANK CAN HELP FACILITATE THIS DONOR EXCHANGE.

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The true heroes are the donors.. nothing we can do can outweigh the personal gift they've given of each of these donors.
DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Brent Watts will visit Henry Street as it prepares for a big celebration this weekend.

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Preparations are underway for 13th Annual Henry Street Heritage Festival. The day of art, music, food actually begins tomorrow...
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but, Brent Watts joins us live from Elmwood Park with a preview of Saturday's festivities.

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Still to come on the newscast, a thief with a vacuum cleaner makes a clean getway with thousands of dollars of jewels.
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The a little later a rock star was not kidding around during a confrontation with photographers.
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On Wall Street today, earnings warnings from a handful of big companies sent the stock market into another selloff.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks it is a big Friday night for high school football, but since it feels more like spring outside right now - I decided to get your Ticket started with some baseball. Roanoke College is the midst of its "Fall Ball" schedule right now. The fledgling program has new head coaches - both of whom were extremely successful in the high school ranks. So far, Richard Morris and Roger White like what they're seeing.
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Fans can check out the team tomorrow night at Roanoke hosts Bluefield at Kiwanis Field in a seven o'clock game.
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The weather has cleared just in time for week number five of Friday Football Extra to roll tonight. It will be breezy and it may occasionally be a little wet but it will also be a blast. Here's a look at the Friday Football Extra with the home team listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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Amazingly, the only two changes have been reported to us from that schedule. The Bath County at Clarke game will be tomorrow at three, and Auburn at Galax will now take place tomorrow afternoon at one. Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six - Steve Mason will drop by with an update on Winston Cup qualifying that is taking place at this hour in Kansas City. Plus, the college game day matchups are also in store at the top of the hour. Take care everybody and have a great night. [go to break]

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A clever thief in Denmark really cleaned up at a jewelry store.
The burglar used a vacuum cleaner to make off with close to 19-thousand dollars in jewelry.
According to police, the thief drilled a small hole in the window of the gold and silver store -- then stuck the tip of the vacuum's hose in through it- the vacumn then sucked out the goods.
He was able to slip the hose in -- without triggering the store's alarm.
The store's owner says it was ``terrible'' -- but at the same time she says it was ``funny because who would have thought of doing it that way?''


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No kidding for Kid Rock and soon to be wife Pamela Anderson.
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The two had a run in with the press while in Turkey-
Kid Rock has a reputation for being agressive toward the media- and it appears that will follow him.
He reportedly threatened and scuffled with photographers and cameraman.
Kid Rock and Anderson are expected to marry at one of his concerts shortly after the end of their vacation.
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