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Today on News 7 at Five, a man once considered a material witness in the Short family murders is released from federal custody.
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Also two local men are shot and killed early this morning.




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Cold air is slow to clear the area today and the really arctic stuff will be here this weekend. All the details coming up.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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A long time politician says he is ready to step back into the campaign.
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[VO-NAT]


Early detection of cancer is critical in fighting the disease. Today on Health Check we'll hear about a program that helps women pay for expensive tests.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


Plus we will tell you why a mandolin bought for 150 dollars is now worth more than a million.
News 7 at 5 is next.

[5-Keeling-Murders]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=502-01 2:22:46]
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Authorities in Pittsylvania County are investigating the early morning murders of a father and son.
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They were called to a home on Loop road around 4 this morning where they found the body of 25-year old Charles J. Lewis.
His father, 51 year old Julian Clifton Lewis, Junior died a short time later. Both had been shot. Beyond that fact, authorities are keeping quiet.
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((SHERIFF HAROLD PLASTER/PITTSYLVANIA CO.: IT'S A GUNSHOT BUT WE DON'T KNOW WHAT CALIBER. WE'RE NOT MINDREADERS SO WE HAVE TO DEVELOP FROM FORENSIC AND WHATEVER WE CAN GATHER FROM ANYBODY THAT HEARD ANYTHING.))
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[VO NAT :05] Neighbors in the Keeling community say the Lewis's moved to Loop Road only a month or two ago.
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Sheriff Plaster says autopsies are expected to be conducted in Roanoke.

[5-Bowman]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=mjo]
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Garrison Bowman is back in North Carolina tonight ... after being released this morning by a federal magistrate.


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U-S Attorneys asked the judge to free Bowman and dismiss a "material witness warrant", saying he cooperated with investigators.
He still has to appear before a federal grand jury in Roanoke on November 12th to answer questions related to the slayings of Jennifer, Michael and Mary Short.
Bowman was greeted at the jail by friends who said he would stay with them.
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((DANNY SIZEMORE/BOWMAN'S FRIEND: IT FEELS GOOD, IT FEELS GOOD, REALLY. AND I THINK HE'S GOING TO BE CLEARED OF THE WHOLE DEAL BECAUSE HE HAD NO CONNECTION WITH THE SHORT FAMILY.))
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Bowman's lawyer also says his client has never met the Shorts.
On News-7 at 6, we'll hear from Gary Bowman himself.
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If the party want's him- he is willing. That's the message from Walter Mondale as he throws his hat in the ring for the Senate.
Mondale will replace Paul Wellstone on the ballot- following the senator's death in a plane crash.
Jim Acosta reports.
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(( STARTING A SIX-DAY SPRINT TO ELECTION DAY WALTER MONDALE NOTIFIED
MINNESOTAS DEMOCRATIC PARTY TODAY OF HIS INTENT TO RUN FOR THE SENATE.

IN A LETTER TO PARTY OFFICIALS MONDALE WROTE IT IS WITH A HEAVY HEART BUT A GREAT HOPE FOR THE FUTURE THAT HE PICKS UP THE CAMPAIGN OF THE LATE PAUL WELLSTONE. MONDALES SLATED OPPONENT -- EX-ST. PAUL MAYOR NORM COLEMAN IS POSITIONING HIMSELF AS THE YOUTHFUL UNDERDOG REFERRING TO THE 74 YEAR OLD FORMER VICE PRESIDENT AS A FACE FROM MOUNT RUSHMORE. Norm Coleman, Republican Senate Candidate We have grieved. We have suffered great loss, now it's time to get back to work." UP UNTIL THE PLANE CRASH THAT KILLED WELLSTONE THE NECK AND NECK RACE WAS DEEMED WINNABLE BY REPUBLICANS WHO WANT TO TAKE BACK THE SENATE WHICH THE DEMOCRATS CONTROL WITH JUST ONE VOTE. BUT A JUST PUBLISHED POLL SHOWS MONDALE NOW LEADING BY EIGHT POINTS. THE WHITE HOUSE IS THROWING ITS FULL SUPPORT BEHIND COLEMAN WITH PRESIDENT BUSH EXPECTED TO CAMPAIGN FOR THE GOP CONTENDER BEFORE ELECTION DAY. Ari Fleischer, White House Spokesman The Pres. thinks Norm
Coleman represents the vision and future of Minnesota.

HOPING TO ANNOINT THEIR CANDIDATE THIS EVENING -- DEMOCRATS ARE CALCULATING THAT REVERENCE FOR WELLSTONE AND MONDALES INSTANT NAME RECOGNITION CAN CLIP ANY PRESIDENTIAL COATTAILS. Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe "ASSUMING IT IS MONDALE, THE ELECTION IN MN IS A LEGACY OF PAUL WELLSTONE"
SIFTING THROUGH MONDALES LONG PUBLIC CAREER -- REPUBLICANS ARE TRYING TO PORTRAY THE VICE-PRESIDENT AS AN ULTRA-LIBERAL. BUT THEN AGAIN, THATS WHAT THE REPUBLICANS SAID ABOUT PAUL WELLSTONE. JA CBS.))

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Israel may be holding early elections.. possibly within day 90 days- Efforts to resolve a crisis in Israel's government have failed.
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Israel's defense minister and head of the labor party has regisned - IT appears the labor party is ready to leave primie Minster Ariel Sharon's coalition over funding of Jewish Settlements.
The apparent breakup could mean Israel will have to hold early elections..
Sharon is said to be considering an attempt to govern with a coalition of far right and religious parties. Palestinian leaders are monitoring the developments.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will look at some of the health challenges facing children adopted from other countries,
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[VO-NAT]

Plus we'll tell you why some illegal refugees are causing a boatload of problems for Florida's governor.
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Six people are charged wtih trying to smuggle more than 200 Haitians into the U-S on a rickety freighter.
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Many had to swim ashore near Miami when the vessel ran aground yesterday.
Some protestors are rallying asking that the refugees be treated like Cubans-
When Cubans reach U-S soil they're given asylum.
Most Haitians however, are sent back home.
Protestors showed up at a Bush campaign stop today-
The Governor says he's talked to immigration officials and they've promised fair treatment for the refugees.
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((GOV. JEB BUSH/R- FLORIDA: MY PERSONAL POSITION IS THAT AS SOMEONE COMES INTO THIS COUNTRY ILLEGALY THEY HAVE TO BE PROCESSED... BUT IF THEY HAVE A WELL FOUNDED FEAR OF PERSECUTION THEY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO PURSUE REMEDIES IN THE ADMINSTRATIVE COURTS.))
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No details yet on who the suspects are or how they were arrested.
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[5-Richmond]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A local family is giving everything up for a chance to make a difference...
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John and Linda Richmond along with their daughter are moving to India at the end of the year. John will work as an attorney for the International Justice Mission. The group fights injustice and oppression throughout the world. In India, the goal is to stop child slavery.
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((JOHN RICHMOND; IT'S GOING TO BE A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN LIFESTYLE AND CULTURE FOR US, I THINK A LOT OF IT WE CAN'T EVEN ANTICIPATE OF WHAT IT'S GOING TOP BE LIKE TO LIVE AND WORK THERE.)) ((LINDA RICHMOND; IT'S PROBABLY MIXED FEELINGS MOSTLY EXCITEMENT AND UM SOME APPREHENSION BUT MOST OF IT IS JUST THE UNKNOWN. ))
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The Richmonds will live in Ga-Nye, India's fourth largest city. The couple says their faith and the scope of the child slavery problem played a big role in deciding to make the move.
Their plan is to stay for two or three years.
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[5-Cancer]


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For women over the age of 50 who can't afford to regular mammograms or pap tests, there is a program that can help.

It's called, "Every Woman's Life"
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us the services are free to those who qualify.
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Jean, Through this program more than 7-thousand women in Virginia have been screened for breast and cervical cancer.
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For one local woman it meant she was able to catch her cancer in the early stages.
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(( The American Cancer Society says every woman over the age of 40 should have a yearly mammogram.
But Kathy Russell put it off for years because she didn't have health insurance and couldn't afford to get one otherwise.
That' was until she found out about the "Every Woman's Life" program offered through the health department. She says it saved her life.
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((I WOULD'VE LET IT GO AND NEVER REALIZED I HAD THAT LEISION BECAUSE I DIDN'T FEEL ANYTHING. I DIDN'T HAVE ANY SYMPTOMS OF BREAST CANCER. SO IT'S JUST SOMETHING WOULD'VE WENT UNAWARE IN MY LIFE)) [RUNS10]
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Through the program a woman can get a free breast exam, mammogram and a pap test.
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((IF AT THAT POINT ANY FURTHER DIAGNOSTIC TESTING OR TREATMENT IS NEEDED THEN WE CARRY THEM THROUGH AND FOLLOW UP THROUGH THE ENTIRE PROGRAM)) [RUNS12]
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To qualify for the program a woman must be a Virginia resident, who is between the ages of 50 and 64, who is uninsured or underinsured, and not on Medicaid or Medicare. She must also meet fit the income guidelines.
Health officials hope this will encourage more women to realize the importance of early detection.
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((BECAUSE OLDER WOMEN,MINORITY WOMEN, AND WOMEN OF LOWER SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND ARE NORMALLY AT HIGHER RISK FOR MANY TYPE OF CANCER INCLUDING BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER)) [RUNS12]
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((IF I HAD WAITED LONG ENOUGH IT COULD'VE BEEN A LESION THAT HAD GROWN TO THE PLACE WHERE IT COULD'VE MEANT MY LIFE)) [RUNS06]
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If you would like more information about, "Every Woman's Life, contact your local health department.
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Jean,

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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According to the Adoption Institute, Americans adopted 19 thousand children from foreign countries last year.
Adopting a foreign baby can bring incredible joy, but orphaned children can also bring health challenges.
Dr. Mike Rosen reports.
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((THIS IS 6 MONTH OLD DANIEL FREIDMUTTER WHEN HE LIVED IN A RUSSIAN ORPHANAGE. FOR HIS ADOPTIVE MOTHER CINDY, IT WAS LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT WHEN SHE WATCHED THIS HOME VIDEO. BUT, JUST 3 MONTHS LATER, WHEN CINDY WENT TO RUSSIA TO OFFICIALLY MAKE DANIEL HER SON, SHE SAW A VERY DIFFERENT BABY.

SOT: CINDY FREIDMUTTER /MOM

"JUDGING BY THE VIDEO, I WAS EXPECTING A HEALTHY CHILD, WHEN I GOT THERE, I SAW HIM, I WAS SCARED."
DANIEL WAS UNDERWEIGHT AND NON-RESPONSIVE..HE WOULDN'T SMILE, HE WOULDN'T PLAY, HE ONLY STARED AND ROCKED BACK AND FORTH.

SOT: CINDY FREIDMUTTER

"THEY SAID TO ME, THERE'S NOTHING WRONG WITH HIM THAT A MOTHER'S LOVE WON'T FIX. I ALSO FOUND OUT LATER, THEY ALSO NEED ALOT OF THERAPY
TRACK: ACCORDING TO INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION RESEARCH, CINDY'S EXPERIENCE IS NOT UNCOMMON. AMERICANS ADOPT THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES EACH YEARAND ANYWHERE FROM 30-85% OF THEM MAY HAVE ANY NUMBER OF DIFFICULTIES WITH SPEECH AND MOVEMENT.

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STAND-UP: MANY FOREIGN ADOPTEES MAY EXHIBIT BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS SUCH AS DIFFICULTY BONDING WITH NEW PARENTS. THEY MAY ALSO HAVE INSTITUTIONAL BEHAVIORS LIKE TONGUE THRUSTING, HEAD BOBBING AND ROCKING. BUT OFTEN, INTENSIVE DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL THERAPY WORKS WONDERS.

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IN FACT, EXPERTS SAY DURING THE FIRST 6 MONTHS AFTER ADOPTION, THERE'S USUALLY A RAPID CATCH-UP PERIOD FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT.

SOT: DR. LISA NALVEN, CTR.FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT/VALLEY HEALTH SYSTEM


"WITHIN A FEW WEEKS, THEY SEE THINGS THAT THEIR KIDS CAN NOW DO THAT THEY WEREN'T DOING WHEN THEY FIRST MET THEM."
TRACK:DANIEL FREIDMUTTER, WHO IS NOW 4 YEARS OLD, IS LIVING PROOF. ALTHOUGH HE STILL RECEIVES THERAPY TO DEVELOP HIS MOTOR SKILLS, DANIEL IS QUITE THE ATHLETE. HE'S A SWIMMER, BIKE RIDER AND HE LOVES TO PLAY SOCCER WITH MOM. DR. MIKE ROSEN, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up next,
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[VO] we'll tell you who is paying a million dollars for one of the world's most famous mandolins.
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[5-Monroe]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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The mandolin played by the late Bill Monroe has been sold for more than a MILLION dollars.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


Monroe bought the eight string Gibson mandolin for 150 dollars in 1943.
His son intends to complete the sale of the instrument to the Bill Monroe Foundation.
It outbid private collectors, the Smithsonian Institution and the Country Music Hall of Fame. But now that the foundation has agreed to the price, it now needs to raise about a million dollars to pay back money it borrowed.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still to come today, Brent Watts will introduce us to four men who always try to live harmoniously.
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[5Marketwatch]


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On Wall Street today, investors shrugged off more bad news to continue the markets rally. Ed Crane has more.
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Wednesday always means Hometown Hoops Weekly.
Here's Steve Mason with the story of a team that puts new meaning into the word family.
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[SUPER=01-Krista Weissbart/Cave Spring Senior Center; 1:38]
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((STEVE MASON:))
((In the three years they played together at Cave Spring, Beightol and Rhodes went to the regionals each year and reached the state tournament once. They are back to help their coach and a team that has been challenged by a school split that sent many talented players to Hidden Valley. The Knights have managed two wins in an incredibly tough district.
((:)) ((:))
The two former players not only transfer the winning tradition to the players that they are familiar with but they also serve as advisors for coach Long. ((:)) ((:))
Both are just a couple of years out of college and their youth and energy along with their skill in the area of diplomacy have opened up better communication line between player and head coach. ((:)) ((:)) Both lead busy lives, but giving back to the program that made them a success is worth the sacrifice. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Allison is getting her masters degree from Hollins in education while Rhodes works in marketing for Trigon. Steve Mason Hometown hoops weekly.))

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"Jukebox Harmony" is the theme of this year's performance by the Virginia Gentleman Chorus. The show will feature a collection of songs from the 40's, 50's and 60's all performed in barbershop style.
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One person NOT on the list of performers is our Brent Watts...but he joins us with a preview.

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