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Next on News 7 at 5, storms in the South and Midwest killed 32 people last night. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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Plus an earthquake shakes up parts of Central Virginia.
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Just as the weekend was unsettled weatherwise, the week ahead looks the same with scattered thunderstorms just about every day. Details ahead.

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One of Iraq's top biological weapons experts is arrested.
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On Healthcheck, we will see why some women are turning to midwives to deliver their babies.
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Plus Mike Stevens will have an update on NASCAR driver Jerry Nadeau. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((REPORTER: DID YOU SEE IT COMING? WOMAN: OH YEA I LOOKED OUT AND SAW IT COMING STRAIGHT OVER THE TOP OF US.))
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Midwesterns recount what it was like when tornados swept through.
Powerful twisters tore through several states killing more than 30 people. One of the hardest hit areas is Missouri.
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((YOU DRIVE DOWN HERE AND IT LOOKS LIKE IT TORE THROUGHT AND JUST PICKED OUT THE HEART RIGHT OUT OF BUT IT DIDN'T TAKE THE HEAR. I'TLL BE HERE BE BACK IN.))
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People in Kansas, Missouri and Tennessee are picking up from a devastating night of tornaods.
But this may not be over yet. There could be more on the way for some parts of the country.
Another system is taking aim at the region.
Elizabeth Sanchez joins us live from one of the hardest hit places- Pierce City, Missouri.
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THERE WERE TOO MANY TO COUNT.
POWERFUL TORNADOES SPINNING A PATH OF DESTRUCTION THROUGH KANSAS, MISSOURI AND TENNESSEE ON SUNDAY...LEAVING MORE THAN 2 DOZEN PEOPLE DEAD.
MANY OTHERS SAW THEIR HOMES AND BUSINESSES LEVELED IN MATTER OF SECONDS.
PIERCE CITY MISSOURI WAS ONE OF HTE HARDEST HIT AREAS..NEARLY EVERY HOME AND BUILDING SUFFERED DAMAGE.
STANDUP : WHEN RESIDENTS GOT WORD OF A STORM...THEY RAN FOR COVER IN PLACES LIKE THIS CELLAR....NOT KNOWING WHAT THEY WOULD FIND WHEN THE CAME OUT. OMAN/RESIDENT. " we thought whole house was coming down. SOME SOUGHT REFUGE IN A NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY ...ONLY TO BE BURIED BENEATH IT WEHN PART OF THE BUILDING COLLAPSED. THE DEATH TOLL IS UNKNOWN.
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AND AFTER A TWISTER TORE THROUGH DOWNTOWN JACKSON, TENNESSEE. DAMAGE WAS SO BAD, ONE RESIDENT SAID IT LOOKED LIKE DOWNTOWN BAGHDAD. JERRY GIST/MAYOR "WE ARE HAVING MAJOR PROBLEM WITH WATER RIGHT NOW, THANKS ARE EMPTY AND THE PUMPS ARE DOWN."
IN NEARBY, COVINGTON WINDS FLIPPED OVER A PLANE AND RIPPED APART THE AIRPORT TERMINAL. GOVERNORS OF MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TENNESSEE DECLARED STATES OF EMERGENCY...A MOVE THAT USUALLY JUMPSTARTS THE FLOW OF FEDERAL DISASTER RELIEF FUNDS. ELIZABETH SANCHEZ CBS NEWS, NOW BACK TO YOU.

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An earthquake shook parts of central Virginia this afternoon.
A spokeswoman with the U-S Geological Survey says the quake measured 3-point-9 on the Richter scale.
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It was centered five miles east of Columbia.
Many people in the region called 9-1-1 centers and radio stations right after the quake.
Spotsylvania Emergency Services Manager Doug Boggs says calls have come from northern Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley, Charlottesville and the Lake Anna area.
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A Virginia Tech student has died from injuries she suffered in an April 26th accident in Montgomery County.
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Virginia State Police say 18-year-old Ashley Kruegar was one of six Virginia Tech students riding in a Ford Explorer that went out of control on Interstate 81, ran into the median and rolled.
Kruegar died yesterday at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Police believe a 19-year-old student who was driving the Explorer fell asleep at the wheel. He has been charged with reckless driving.
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President Bush is pushing for his tax cut plan in a key battleground state- Arkansas.
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The President notes it's been four months since he unveiled the package and he says Congress needs to move.
He urged people to write and e- mail their lawmakers.
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Bush says he's worried about Americans who want to find a job and his plan will stimulate a sluggish economy.
Key committees in both the House and Senate are looking at details of Bush's plan this week.

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Coalition Forces in Iraq have captured one of the country's top biological weapons scientists.
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Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash is number 53 on the top 55 most wanted in Iraq.
The 49 year old has been dubbed Mrs. Anthrax.
It's believed she played a key role in the rebilding of Baghdad's biological weapons capability since the Gulf war.


Ammash's father was a high level party revolutionary who was believed to have been ordered killed by Saddam.
Ammash did graduate study in the U-S earning a master of science at Texas Woman's University and a doctorate in microbiology at the University of Missouri.
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A long time business in our area says it may be difficult to recover from last week's fire. We'll have the details after the break...
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and a local health system hopes it is breaking new ground in providing more immediate breast cancer treatments.
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The clean-up continues at a Franklin County business after a fire.
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Wayne Angell's lawn and auto center is a charred mess after being engulfed by flames on Friday night around nine. Investigators are still looking for a cause. Angell and his brother have owned the building for 31-years but parts of it date back over 150-years when it was used as a country general store.
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((WAYNE ANGELL/BUSINESS OWNER; THE OLD PART OF THE BUILDING WAS BUILT IN 1850 AND HAD PRETTY MUCH BEEN AN OPERATING BUSINESS SINCE THAT TIME THERE WERE VERY ELDERLY PEOPLE WHO WERE SHARING WITH ME THEIR EARLIEST CHILDHOOD MEMORY OF GOING TO THE STORE.))
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Angell serves as the Franklin County Board of Supervisors Chairman. He says once the mess is cleaned up they will probably do something with the property but that it would be difficult to bring it back to a large scale automotive repair, lawn and garden center.
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Early detection of breast cancer can increase a patients chance for survival.
It's the reason Carilion say it was necessary to add a new Breast Care Center.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean,
Carilion says this new center will make it possible to double the number of women it can screen and treat for breast cancer.
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Now patients can get a mammogram within two weeks. Previously they'd have to wait up to 35 days for an appointment.

But more importantly if an abnormality is detected, the center's goal is to make more extensive testing available on the same day.
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The ribbon cutting and dedication of Carilion's new Breast Care Center not only brought out numerous health care professionals but a breast cancer survivor as well.
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Even with three screening locations, Carilion says the Breast Care Center located at Community Hospital is a necessary addition.
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((WE WE'RE AT OUR CAPACITY FOR SCREENING MAMMOGRAPHY AND THE WAIT TIMES WERE INCREASING. WE KNOW THAT OUR MORE WOMEN THAT NEED A MAMMOGRAM IN ROANOKE THAN ARE CURRENTLY GETTING ONE. THE SECOND REASON IS THAT IT ALLOWS US TO FOCUS OUR EXPERTISE FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE AN IDENTIFIED ABNORMALITY.)) [RUNS17]
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In addition to several mammography and ultrasound machines, the center also has two computer aided detection systems that can help doctors pinpoint abnormalities.
Internationally renowned researcher Laszlo Tabar says new research shows just how important early detection is.
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Tabar will be speaking more on the latest breast cancer research tomorrow at Carilion's Breast Care Program.
It will be held at the Hotel Roanoke at 6:30.
To RSVP for the event call 981-7641.
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Jean,

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An old tradition seems to be making a comeback in the medical world.
Some moms-to-be are delivering their children at home with the help of a midwife.
Dr. Sean Kenniff reports.
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((WHEN SHE HAD HER FIRST CHILD STEPHANIE SCHER FELT A LITTLE UNNATURAL ABOUT NATURAL CHILDBIRTH.
"I always wanted to do a natural route. But I always thought that if I go to a doctor or a hospital, I'd be safer there."
VONOW PREGNANT AGAIN, SHE DIDN'T WANT TO GO DOWN THAT SAME ROAD.
"Giving birth is a natural experience, and when I felt myself in the hospital, it didn't feel natural. I was being drugged up, I was cut. It was just not how I thought giving birth should be."
THAT'S WHEN SHE DECIDED TO PAY A VISIT TO SHARI DANIELS A MIDWIFE, IN FACT SHE MAY BE AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS MIDWIFE.
"A woman who is a midwife tends to give you that special care. That feeling of being very important to her, and that this experience you're going through, is going to be one of the most important one's in both of your lives at the time it's happening."
BRIDGE/Dr. Sean Kenniff "Shari's trained over 500 midwives throughout the U.S. and Canada and has delivered over 11,000 babies, and it seems all of those families have a smile on their face."
AND THERE ARE PLENTY OF REASONS TO SMILE. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN NURSE MIDWIVES CAN REDUCE THE RATE OF CESARIAN SECTION, AND MAY EVEN HAVE LOWER COMPLICATION RATES THAN HOSPITAL BIRTHS. LIKE ALL EXPECTANT MOTHERS SHARI'S PATIENTS STILL WORRY A LOT, BUT IT'S MOSTLY ABOUT HER RETIREMENT.

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"My students all tell me thier gonna stuff me, put me in a wheel chair, and put me in a corner, and say 'Shari's here, no matter what happens. Shari's here, she'll help us. So no, I'm not gonna retire."
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Still to come on the newscast, a friend gets a new wife,
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[VO] plus Mike Stevens will have the latest on the condition of Winston Cup driver Jerry Nadeau.
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Coming up today, it's a mixed day on Wall Street. We'll have all the numbers after the break.
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Then a litle bit later, it was a big weekend for some mutant superheroes.
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On Wall Street today, stocks turned in a mixed showing as profit-taking ate into the blue chip sector and technology shares showed little change.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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INVESTORS STAYED ON THE SIDELINES AHEAD OF TOMORROW'S MEETING OF THEFEDERAL RESERVE. MOST ECONOMISTS EXPECT FED CHIEF ALAN GREENSPAN AND COMPANY TO LEAVE SHORT TERM INTEREST RATES UNCHANGED.. BUT THEY'LL WANT TO HEAR WHAT THE FED HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE STATE OF THE POST WAR ECONOMY.
THE DOW TOOK A BREATHER AFTER A NICE RUNUP OVER THE PAST MONTH..DOWN 51 POINTS...
THE NASDAQ EEKED OUT A ONE POINT GAIN.
MORE PINK SLIP WERE GOING OUT IN APRIL..ACCORDING TO THE OUTPLACEMENT FIRM CHALLENGER GRAY AND CHRISTMAS LAYOFFS SOARED 71 PERCENT IN APRIL TO OVER 146-THOUSAND.. THAT COMPARED WITH OVER 85 THOUSAND LAYOFF ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MARCH. IT'S MORE PROOF THAT THE BUDGET CRUNCH AT STATE AND LOCAL GOVTS WAS FINALLY FELT LAST MONTH.
THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT IS IS INVESTIGATING WHETHER THE DEFENSE CONTRACTOR BOEING USED DOCUMENTS FROM ITS RIVAL LOCKHEED MARTIN TO WIN A LUCRATIVE MILITARY CONTRACT.
Barry Diller's Internet empire entered the mortgage-broker business. Diller's USA Interactive will buy THE ONLINE MORTGAGE COMPANY LENDING TREEE in a stock deal worth about 730 million dollars.
TRACK ALL THE AFTER THE BELL ACTION CLICK ON CBS.MW.COM .. AT THE NASDAQ I'M AC IN NEW YORK.


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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. There is some good news tonight to report concerning NASCAR Winston Cup driver Jerry Nadeau.
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The Danbury, Connecticut native's condition has been upgraded to serious but stable. He was injured in a practice crash at Richmond this past Friday. He had to be cut out of the car and flown to the VCU medical center where until today he was listed as being in critical condition.
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A couple of other notes about Nadeau. Doctors say although some reports have indicated otherwise, Nadeau does NOT have a skull fracture. The Doctors also say his improvement is right on course for the injuries that he sustained. The Cup series is off this weekend for its traditional Mother's Day break.

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Also, the rain hit the folks in Charlotte hard enough today to call off the initial practice for the Craftsman Truck Series drivers at the Lowe's Motor Speedway. Drivers and teams are now slated to test inaugural May 16 Hardee's 200 on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Nearly 30 teams are expected to take part in the test session that begins at 3 p.m. and continues until 10 p.m. both nights.

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This is Decision day for embattled Iowa State head coach Larry Eustachy - the basketball coach photographed partying with coeds from a rival school.
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Last week on the same day - Eustachy admitted that he was an alcoholic just hours after the school's athletic director suspended him and said he planned to fire him. The coach has about one hour to appeal his suspension. His lawyers say he wants to stay and get a second chance.
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In case you missed it over the weekend, the story we followed for you last week on News 7 at Five concerning Alabama football coach Mike Price came to a close. Alabama determined that the "The Price was wrong" and fired Mike Price before he could even coach a single game. Price is the one who tipped strippers and later had a women charge $1000 to his room tab - by trying to order one of evertyhing on the menu to go!
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The likely man to replace Price appears to be Mike Shula, the son of NFL hall of fame coach Don Shula. Bama has received permission to talk to the Miami Dolphins quarterbacks coach and Alabama athletic director Mal Moore and university president Robert E. Witt were reportedly flying to South Florida to meet with Shula today or tomorrow. Shula is very familiar with Alabama. He was a three-year starter from 1984-86, totaling 3,881 throwing yards, 33 touchdowns and 30 interceptions.
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Roanoke Catholic star point guard Tony Hairston has decided to play college basketball at Division III Washington and Jefferson of the Presidents Athletic Conference.
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Hairston averaged 13 points and four assists this past season and shot 42 percent from three point land. He was a first team all Virginia Independent Schools selection. Hairston was a three year starter for the Celtics. Roanoke College was one of Hairston's final choices as well.
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Hairston was also selected as the most outstanding field performer at the Cosmo track and field meet this past weekend. He triple jumped 46.7 feet and long jumped 21.5 feet. Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - we'll stay on the high school front and check in with James River softball phenom - Angela Tincher. Take care folks. Jean will be back in a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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A team of mutant superheroes defeated everyone in their path at the weekend box office.
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The superhero sequel ``X2: X-Men United'' has debuted with 85 MILLION dollars. That is the fourth-best opening-weekend gross ever.
It's also a 58-percent increase over the first weekend of the original ``X-Men'' three years ago.
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The Lizzie McGuire movie made 17 MILLION dollars to take the second spot.
Last week's top movie, Identity, drops to third with nine and a half MILLION.
The producers of Anger Management have to be happy. The Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson movie took the fourth slot.

And the family movie holes came in fifth.

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Joey's gotten married. His spokesman confirms that "Friends" star, Matt LeBlanc tied the knot with Melissa McKnight in Hawaii.
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LeBlanc and McKnight had been engaged for five years. Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox were there.
Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer couldn't make it. Perry's in a play in London and Schwimmer was in Chicago.
Schwimmer and Perry are now the only members of the ``Friends'' cast who are still single.
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