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Today on News 7, the mother of a child missing from Grayson County is indicted. We'll have the details.
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Plus some soldiers who served in the Persian Gulf are welcomed home by their families.
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Starting soggy but going drier and warmer to finish off the weekend. Details ahead.

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On Health Check, we'll see a new device that can keep arteries from closing in heart patients.
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Also we'll see how doctors are using a new test to detect heart attacks in women.
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Plus Brent Watts will tell us where you can get a free look at some interesting pieces of art. News 7 at 5 is next.

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American Troops are coming home from Iraq- greeted by families and hugs.
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((I'M ECSTATIC. SEE MY GUYS COME BACK AND BE WITH THEIR FAMILIES AND KNOW THE HARD WORK WE DID IS PAYING OFF.))
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[5-Homecoming]


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
As the U-S troops come home, the U-S continues to take Iraqi regime leaders into custody. U-S leaders say they have captured another of Saddam's operatives- a spy they say has ties to Al Quadea.
Stacy Case as more on today's homecoming for U-S troops.
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(( WITH THE U-S-S SHILOH LEADING THE WAY, TWO WAR SHIPS MADE THEIR WAY HOME FRIDAY
DOCKING AT THEIR HOME PORT OF SAN DIEGO-----

you're waiting for daddy? yeah
GREETED WITH KISSES, HUGS AND TEARS. TRACK: THE SHILOH AND MOBILE BAY WERE PART OF THE LONGEST NAVY DEPLOYMENT SINCE THE VIETNAM WAR. THE PAIR FIRED NUMEROUS TOMAHAWK CRUISE MISSILES IN THE IRAQ WAR.
It's really great to be home and good to see this little monster and that new one DOZENS OF NEW DADS ARE MEETING THEIR NEWBORNS FOR THE FIRST TIME. The first thing went though my mind is she's small, she's really small, you know? FAMILIES REUNITED AFTER NEARLY 10 MONTHS. STACY CASE/REPORTING NEXT WEEK PRESIDENT BUSH LEAVES THE WHITE HOUSE FOR SAN DIEGO. HE'LL SPEND THE NIGHT ABOARD THE USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN AIRCRAFT CARRIER AS IT MAKES ITS WAY HOME. IT'S NOT CLEAR IF THE PRESIDENT WILL USE THAT OPPORTUNITY TO DECLARE VICTORY AND AN END TO THE WAR. ARI FLEISCHER/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESPERSON: The pres looks forward to the visit, he knows family will be close behind CAMP PATRIOT, KUWAIT NAT: packing up in kuwait TRACK: BACK IN THE DESERT, THE FIRST GROUND TROOPS ARE PACKING UP AND MOVING OUT. SUPER: SGT. ERIC COOKE/US MARINE I think I am going to order a pizza, take a bath, think I am going to a manicure or something. AS MEMBERS OF THE 24TH MARINE EXPEDITIONARY UNIT DREAM OF RETURNING TO THE SIMPLE THINGS IN LIFE-- OTHER TROOPS STILL HAVE A JOB TO DO. THE ADMINISTRATION SAYS SOLDIERS COULD STAY IN IRAQ TWO MONTHS TO TWO YEARS. STACY CASE CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.))

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Just what does Iraq's former deputy prime minister know?
And how much information will he disclose?
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Coalition forces will be interrogating Tariq Aziz hoping to find out all they can.
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((DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY: HE IS CLEARLY A VERY SENIOR PERSON AND WAS IN THAT REGIME AND WE INTEND TO DISCUSS WITH HIM WHATEVER IT IS HE'S WILLING TO DISCUSS WITH US.))
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Rumsfeld says Aziz may have information on the fate of Saddam Hussein and other Iraqi leaders.
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((RUMSFELD:" I'M GOING TO GUESS SOME GOT OVER SOME BORDER AND ARE FINDING HAVEN SOMEPLACE. I WOULD GUESS THAT STILL OTHERS WE'VE FOUND AND STILL OTHERS ARE IN THE COUNTRY IN VARIOUS PLACES, PROBABLY TRYING TO BE INCONSPICUOUS, AND WE'LL EVENTUALLY FIND THEM.))
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Rumsfeld says Aziz may also have information about any weapons of mass destruction and where they may be hidden.

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The mother of a missing Grayson County boy was indicted today, along with her ex-boyfriend.
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Cynthia Davis and Dennis Schemerhorn (Skim-er-horn) were both indicted on two counts of felony child neglect, in connection with the disappearance of Davis' son, Logan Bowman.
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Authorities say the two gave conflicting stories about Logan's disappearance and, at one point, failed to seek medical attention for him when he suffered water burns. Logan has been missing since January. Authorities believe he may be dead.
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A new grant is aimed at bringing the jobs of tomorrow to Southside Virginia.
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Congressman Virgil Goode and Senator John Warner joined local officials today in announcing a two-hundred and fifty thousand grant from the U-S Department of Labor. The money will be used to plan re-education programs for workers that have lost their jobs after plant closings. Danville Community and Patrick Henry Community College will work with others to form a workforce network.
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((REP. VIRGIL GOODE/R- FIFTH DISTRICT; INCLUDING WORKERS, EMPLOYERS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ENTITIES, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND OTHERS WILL ENABLE THEM TO FOCUS ON AND DIRECT TRAINING THAT WILL CULMINATE FOR JOB PLACEMENT OF WORKERS IN THIS AREA.))
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The 250-thousand dollars is just the initial phase of the labor grant. Officials say over a three year period there are opportunities to get up to six million dollars for the program. Possible field of training include informational technology , health care and motor sports.
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The state prepares for the warmer weather AND the fight against the West Nile Virus. We'll see what it is doing after the break.
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Also American Airlines reaches a new agreement with one of its unions. But will it be enough to keep the company out of bankruptcy?
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American Airlines flight attendants vote to keep the airline from landing in bankruptcy court.
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The Flight Attendants Union agreed to wage and benefit concessions to try and keep the airline out of bankruptcy, but it may not be enough.
American Airlines new Chief executive says there is still a lot of work to do.
Today's agreement with the flight attendants union follows similar deals with Americans other unions.
Officials had said the airline would file for bankruptcy protection unless all three unions accepted.
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It's that time of year....
The mosquitos are breeding and that means Virginians will soon be at risk for West Nile virus.
In fact, health officials say it is a greater threat this year.
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Last year there were 29 confirmed cases of West Nile in the state.
Two Virginians died from the disease.
State health officials say the virus poses a greater risk this summer.
But they don't expect to see any human cases until late in the season.
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Officials say the state is taking precautions.
Beginning in July, blood donations will be tested for West Nile virus to help with the surveillance of the disease.
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A new medical advancement that could save hundreds of heart patients lives is getting a test today.
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The tiny device known as a Cypher is usually inserted in a clogged artery after the clog has been surgically removed.
In the past, the surgical stents have not been able to keep the arteries from re-clogging.
According to one report, Cypher uses a new drug that researchers believe could solve past problems with artery infection and re-clogging.
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[VO :06+] Doctors are warning patients who already have stents inserted into their arteries should not try the Cypher system.
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Heart disease is the number one killer for women. But getting it diagnosed can be difficult. Both women and doctors often do not give symptoms the attention they need.
Dr. Mallika Marshall has more.
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((FOR YEARS MANY DOCTORS FELT THAT TRADITIONAL STRESS TESTING JUST WASNT A GOOD PREDICTOR OF DISEASE IN WOMEN. NOW-- RESEARCHERS IN LOS ANGELES SAY AT LEAST ONE TEST-WHICH USES MEDICATION INSTEAD OF A
TREADMILLTO SHOW THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE ON THE HEART---- PINPOINTS

DISEASE IN WOMEN-AS WELL AS IN MEN.
DR. NIECA (NEE-SA) GOLDBERG IS A CARDIOLOGIST AND THE AUTHOR OF WOMEN ARE NOT SMALL MEN.

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THE IMPORTANT THING TO TAKE AWAY FROM THIS STUDY IS THAT WE NEED TO GET THE WOMEN IN FOR THE STRESS TESTS. ITS NOT SO MUCH THE KIND OF STRESS TEST-BUT ITS ACTUALLY GETTING THEM IN TO THE OFFICE.

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FOR DALE BURG -- A FAMILY HISTORY OF HEART DISEASE ALL OF A SUDDEN GOT A LITTLE TOO CLOSE.

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MY BROTHER WENT FOR A STRESS TEST AND LOW AND BEHOLD WOUND UP HAVING AN ANGIOPLASTY.
AND DALE ACTUALLY ASKED HER DOCTOR FOR A STRESS TEST -EVEN THOUGH SHE HAD NO OBVIOUS SYMPTOMS.
standup: Dr. Mallika Marshall reporting. AND THATS OFTEN THE PROBLEM WITH DIAGNOSING WOMEN THEIR SYMPTOMS ARE DIFFERENT FROM MEN OFTEN LESS SPECIFIC AND PASSED OFF AS INDIGESTION, PRESSURE, WEAKNESS OR FATIGUE BY PATIENT AND DOCTOR ALIKE.

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THE PROBLEM WITH WOMEN AND HEART DISEASE IS THAT LESS THAN 1 IN 10 REALLY BELIEVES SHES AT RISK FOR HEART DISEASE-YET 1 IN 2 WOMEN ACTUALLY DIE OF HEART DISEASE.
AND TWICE AS OFTEN AS MENWHEN IT HAPPENS TO WOMEN BEFORE MENOPAUSE. NOT DALESHES ON A MISSION TO PREVENT IT. DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, Brent Watts will tell us why some local artists are opening their doors to the public.
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Artwork is found all around us, but watching it come together is something we normally don't get to see. Roanoke artists are changing that by opening up their studios to the public next weekend for free. Brent Watts visited one local artist who uses her whole body to "piece" together her work.
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Coming up today in Sports, a big name in amateur basketball says he is ready for the N-B-A.
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Then a little later, we'll see how hundreds of dancers are keeping on their toes at the Hotel Roanoke.
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This week's good news may turn out to be bad news for investors on Wall Street. They took money out of the Market for a second straight day over concerns the recent market gains may have been too much too soon. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everyone welcome to your Friday ticker. LeBron James declared himself eligible for the NBA draft today.
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The six foot 8 forward made the anticipated announcement from St. Vincent-St, Mary high school in Akron Ohio. He led the school to three state championships in four years.
The Denver Nuggets and the Cleveland Cavaliers have the best shot of winning the number one overall pick in the draft lottery May 22nd. The draft is June 26th.
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After a week off, the NASCAR Winston Cup series is out west in Fontana, California this weekend for the Auto Club 500. Jimmie Johnson returns to the track as the defending race champ
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while Matt Kenseth heads into tonight's 6pm qualifying as the current series points leader. His Roush racing teammate Kurt Busch is currently fifth in the standings, and both admit that without each other they might not even be in the top 10.
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Last year Busch started second and finished second in this race, while Kenseth started 20th and ended up 20th. We'll have the complete qualifying rundown for you tonight at 11.

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The rain has been coming down some today. The Liberty/Radford baseball came was postponed today. They will play a double header tomorrow at two.
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Glenvar leads the Three Rivers District in baseball with a perfect 4 and OH district record. The weather has caused countless problems this season making the Three Rivers competition even tougher as teams get log jammed with games.
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The NFL draft is now less than 24 hours away, and the Bengals have already come to terms with top pick Carson Palmer.
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Another quarterback who should hear his name called early on Saturday is Marshall's Byron Leftwich.
He is one of three QB's expected to be selected in the first round.
In the last decade, 22 signal callers went in the opening round, but of the 14 taken in the top 10 picks, only seven became Pro-Bowlers.
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That's it for the ticker. Coming up at six, we'll hear from Lee Suggs on the eve of the draft, plus check in with a dynamic pitching duo from Alleghany High School. We'll see you then everybody.

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750 ballet dancers are twirling through Roanoke this week for an elite dance festival.
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The Hotel Roanoke is hosting the annual meeting of 27 ballet companies in 10 states, from Virginia to Florida.
It's a chance for younger dancers to learn from nationally and internationally reknowned professionals... and to vie for dance scholarships.
Some are hoping to go on to careers as dancers and choreographers. Some are just here to learn.
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((STEPHANIE HARVEY/DANCER: I HOPE THAT IT WILL BRING ATTENTION TO THE COMMUNITY TO SHOW THEM THAT DANCE IS AN ART AND THEY SHOULD RESPECT IT. ))
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((TERRI POST/SW VA BALLET DIRECTOR: IT'S A VERY HARD LIFE. A DANCER'S LIFE IS A VERY HARD LIFE AND YOU TALK TO ANY OF THESE KIDS FROM THESE COMPANIES THAT ARE HERE TODAY AND THEY'LL TELL YOU EVERY MINUTE OF IT IS WORTH IT. ))
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Organizers estimate that the festival is bringing in a quarter-of-a-million dollars to Roanoke's economy.
It will culminate in a gala concert for the public Saturday night at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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