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Today on News 7 at 5, a local restaurant manager could face more than a century in prison for selling cocaine.
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Also a lot of people expecting a Federal Express package are going to be disappointed. One of its trucks caught fire today.
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Our cold gray weather gives way to temperatures in the 50s and 60s tomorrow. Don't get used to it. More changes ahead.

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Also today, Governor Mark Warner is named one of the nation's wealthiest politicians.
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Some local businesses are rewarded for hiring the disabled.
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Plus, Angels are photographed in Disneyland. News 7 at Five is next.

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The former manager of the Rocky Mount Burger King faces a minimum of 17 years for selling cocaine.
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Roy Campbell entered an Alford plea to charges of distributing cocaine.
That means he does NOT admit guilt, but acknowledges there's enough evidence to convict him.
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Prosecutors say that in January- Campbell sold an informant cocaine twice in the Burger King parking lot and once at his home in Hardy.
Because the restaurant is within one-thousand feet of Franklin County High School, it carries a tougher sentence.


Campbell could face up to 130 years when he's sentenced in December.
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Attorneys for death row inmate Earl Bramblett were back in federal court today.
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Bramblett is appealing his 1997 conviction for the murder of Blaine and Teresa Hodges and their two children in Vinton.
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Bramblett's attorneys argued before the U-S Court of Appeals that their client was wrongly convicted based on the false testimony of jail inmate Tracy Turner.
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The state argued that there was enough evidence without Turner's testimony to convict Bramblett of capital murder.

A decision by the U-S Court of Appeals on Bramblett's petition could take several months.
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Fed Ex is supposed to get there on time- but not when fire gets in the way.
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That's what happened near St. Louis. A Fed Ex Tractor Trailer flipped on its side and burst into flames.
It left traffic backed up for miles.
Investigators have not figured out if there were any combustible packages on board-
The driver escaped the cab without getting hurt.
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The Federal Government said it may get involved and today it did just that- Federal death penalty charges have been filed against accused sniper John Muhammed.
But officials are not talking about his young alleged accomplice, John (mal-VO.)
Teri Okita has the latest.
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((UNDER TIGHT SECURITY, SUSPECTED SERIAL SNIPER, JOHN MUHAMMED WAS TAKEN TO FEDERAL COURT FOR HIS ARRAIGNMENT.
THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT HAS SLAPPED MUHAMMED WITH A 20-COUNT CRIMINAL COMPLAINT THAT INCLUDES CAPITAL MURDER AND EXTORTION CHARGES. BOTH CARRY THE DEATH PENALTY. John Ashcroft/Attorney General: They are very serious, and its important that we have available the most serious penalties. BECAUSE HES A MINOR, MUHAMMEDS 17-YEAR-OLD ALLEGED ACCOMPLICE , JOHN MALVO, WASNT NAMED IN THE COMPLAINT, AND OFFICIALS ARENT ALLOWED TO DISCUSS HIS CASE. A JUVENILE CAN BE CHARGED WITH A FEDERAL CAPITAL OFFENSE BUT CANNOT BE EXECUTED. THE FEDERAL CHARGES HAVE MANY WONDERING WHO WILL BE THE FIRST TO PROSECUTE THIS CASE. MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA AUTHORITIES HAVE ALREADY CHARGED THE TWO SUSPECTS WITH MURDER. CONTRARY TO REPORTS, ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT SAYS THERE IS A LEVEL OF COOPERATION BETWEEN PROSECUTORS. Ashcroft: We have respected the need for certain jurisdictions to be able to file in advance of the federal government in order to preserve their opportunity to defend the rights of their citizens by prosecuting.
AND WE'RE LEARNING MORE ABOUT WHAT AUTHORITIES FOUND IN THE SUSPECTS' CAR. AN AFFIDAVIT FILED ALONG WITH THE COMPLAINT SHOWS THE PAIR HAD A GLOBAL POSITION SYSTEM, A PAIR OF TWO-WAY RADIOS, AND A BROWN COTTON GLOVE THAT MATCHES ONE FOUND AT ONE CRIME SCENE. Teri Okita/Reporting: Ashcroft says theres no timetable for making a decision on who gets to prosecute first, but it will take some interesting negotations because everyone wants a piece of this high-profile case. Teri Okita, CBS News, Baltimore.))

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The Roanoke Valley's new SPCA building is one step closer to becoming a reality.
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Local leaders, police, animal control officers, veterinarians and supporters of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals today gathered on a muddy hillside in southeast Roanoke to break ground on a new 5-million dollar facility. The two connected buildings will house the SPCA and Animal Control.
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The project is a partnership between the SPCA, Roanoke City, Roanoke County, Botetourt County and the Town of Vinton.

Construction is expected to take about a year.
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President Bush signs legislation today that he hopes will prevent any election day fiascos. We'll have the details after the break,
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and we will tell you why the sons of Senator Paul Wellstone have asked the vice president NOT to attend their father's funeral.
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It's an effort to avoid the kind of election chaos that happened in the 2000 presidential race...
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President Bush today signed into law new voting rights legislation.
It authorizes approximately four billion dollars to help states update faulty or old equipment.
It also allows a provisional ballot by 20-04 for voters whose registration is in doubt.
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((EVERY REGISTERED VOTER DESERVES TO HAVE CONFIDENCE THAT THE SYSTEM IS FAIR AND ELECTIONS ARE HONEST, THAT EVERY VOTE IS RECORDED AND THAT THE RULES ARE CONSISTENTLY APPLIED.))
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The President says when problems arise in the administration of elections we have responsibility to fix them.
He also told Americans it is their duty to vote and he urged everyone to show up and vote next Tuesday.

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Many of Paul Wellstone's colleagues will remember the late Senator at a memorial service later today.
Walter Mondale, the man who's expected to replace Wellstone on the ballot, will be there.
But what is on the minds of many people is the person who will not.
Manuel Gallegus has more.
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WELLSTONE TOUCHED MANY LIVES HERE.

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WELLSTONES MEMORIAL SERVICE TONIGHT IS EXPECTED TO DRAW 20-THOUSAND PEOPLE.AMONG THE DIGNITARIES, ABOUT HALF THE SENATE, INCLUDING TED KENNEDY AND TOM HARKIN.
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PRESIDENT BUSH, WHO LED A MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR WELLSTONE THIS MORNING, WILL NOT BE AT THE SERVICE. VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY HAD OFFERED TO REPRESENT THE ADMINISTRATION -- BUT THE WELLSTONE FAMILY REQUESTED HE NOT ATTEND.
IT MAY BE BECAUSE OF ALL THE EXTRA SECURITY REQUIRED FOR A CHENEY VISIT BUT IT MAY JUST BE POLITICS REPORTEDLY THE WELLSTONE FAMILY WAS UPSET BY SOME GOP CAMPAIGN TACTICS. DURING A PERIOD OF MOURNING THEY HAD CRITICIZED WALTER MONDALE. MONDALE IS THE LIKELY CANDIDATE TO REPLACE WELLSTONE, IN WHAT WAS, AND STILL IS A VERY TIGHT RACE FOR WELLSTONES SEAT.

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Forbes magazine says Governor Mark Warner is one of the Top Ten richest politicians in the country.
The Governor comes in at number ten.
The magazine says Warner is worth 200- MILLION dollars.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg takes the top spot with nearly five BILLION dollars.
West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller is just ahead of Warner on the list, at number nine.
Five of the top ten are Democrats, four are Republicans, and one is an Independent.

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In health check tonight,
Businesses who make an effort to hire and accommodate people with disabilities are getting special recognition.
It's called the "Disability Friendly Business" program.
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As Joy Sutton tells us three Roanoke area businesses received awards today.
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Jean, Carilion, Roanoke County, and the Home Shopping Network are the first to receive the state's reward in the Roanoke Valley.
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They were nominated by the community for providing employment opportunities, accessibility, and customer service to people with disabilities.
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Carilion has made its services more disability friendly as well including free valet parking.
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And goal is that these decals awarded to the business will be found on the front door of every business in the Roanoke Valley.
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If you would like more information on the program or want to nominate a business you can find a link to The Department of Rehabilitative Services web site on our web page at wdbj7-dot-com.
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Coming up today in Sports,
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[VO] we answer the question, "where do you go to celebrate winning the World Series when you're already owned by Disneyland?"
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Investors on Wall Street get some bad news, We'll have the details after a quick break.
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Then a little later, Winona Ryder celebrates her birthday in a Los Angeles courtroom.
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On Wall Street today, some bad news forced stock prices lower for much of the day, but the bulls charged late in the day, and the market regained much of the loss.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker, which always means Tech football media day. The Hokies are preparing for Pittsburgh, a team Mike Stevens says they have never beaten in November.
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Philadelphia made its' final Monday night game at Veterans Stadium a memorable one, beating the Giants 17-3.
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One bright spot for the Giants was Tiki Barber. He racked up 171 all purpose yards.
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and one baseball note. Thousands of Anaheim Angels baseball fans lined the streets of Disneyland to cheer the world champions. Manager Mike Scioscia held the championship trophy during the parade. It's the Angles first world series title in the organizations' 42 year history.
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Winona Ryder is once again facind a judge and jury. They will decide if the two time Oscar Nominee is guilty of shoplifting. Chris Lawrence reports.
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(( Winona Ryder spent her 31st birthday in a courtroom, as she arrived for the second day of her shoplifting trial. A security officer is expected to testify that she saw Ryder take out a pair of scissors, cut off sensor tags and stash several items in a shopping bag.

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Ryder is charged with stealing nearly $6,000 in designer merchandise from Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills. Last year store employees say she walked out with shirts, hats and handbags.

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On Monday a security manager testified that Ryder immediately apologized but said she was just doing what her director told her to do as she prepared for a role as a shoplifter. On Tuesday prosecutors asked the jury to examine the surveillance tape at Saks. But Ryders defense attorney says it only shows her shopping.

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Ryder is a two-time Oscar nominee, and a defense attorney says security guards targeted her because shes a movie star. He says one employee lifted up Ryders shirt in a back room, which caused the actress to scream at the worker to stop. But the Saks manager says he didnt recognize Ryder, and only observed her because she was carrying multiple bags. He says since Saks is a freestanding store not in a mall most customers dont carry that many.

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Prosecutors say Ryder did pay for a few items, but there were no receipts for the other merchandise. And a couple days later security found their matching sensor tags near the area Ryder was standing. Chris Lawrence CBS News Hollywood.))

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