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Today on News 7 at 5, a federal appeals court upholds a stay in the execution of a convicted murderer from Danville.
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Also the attorney for accused killer Scott Peterson will get recordings made from police wire taps.
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After another day of soaking rains, nature provides a short break on Wednesday with partly sunny skies and pleasant temperatures. Details next.

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A new study suggests some forms of hormone replacement could be linked to Alzheimer's disease.
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We'll be there as a local teacher is treated to a nice surprise today.
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Plus the Antique Roadshow could keep some furniture workers busy. News 7 at 5 is next.

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The latest study of Hormone Replacement therapy has more people questioning if the risks outweigh the benefits.
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The study says women on longterm female hormone therapy have a higher risk of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease.
As Christy Feig tells us, the findings run counter to the idea that supplements can help women keep their minds sharp.
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[SUPER=03-Winston Salem, NC;]
[SUPER=07-Betty Friddle;]
[SUPER=01-Sally Shumaker/Wake Forest School of Medicine;]
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((Carolina AS BETTY FRIDDLE'S MOTHER GOT OLDER SHE
DEVELOPED DEMENTIA.

Betty Friddle --sot--


we saw her forgetting to do things,
instead of putting the dish cloths on
the counter, she might put them in the
freezer or the refrigerator.

--TRACK--
FRIDDLE HOPED BY TAKING A COMBINATION
OF ESTROGEN AND PROGESTIN AS SHE GOT
OLDER ... SHE COULD PREVENT IT FROM
HAPPENING TO HER.

THAT'S BECAUSE SEVERAL YEARS AGO THERE
WAS GROWING EVIDENCE THAT HORMONE
REPLACEMENT THERAPY SEEMED TO PROTECT
WOMEN FROM GETTING DEMENTIA.

BUT A NEW STUDY SHOWS THAT THINKING WAS
WRONG.

Sally Shumaker --sot--

Wake Forest University School of what we found is that women who are on Medicine the combination hormone therapy had
double the risk of developing dementia
as compared to those women who were on
the placebo.

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DEMENTIA EFFECTS DAILY ACTIVITIES

Sally Shumaker --sot--

Wake Forest University School of balancing your checkbook, grocery Medicine shopping, grooming, fixing meals all
those things that we take for granted.

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WYETH PHARMACEUTICALS, THE MAKER OF THE
HORMONE THERAPY USED IN THE TRIAL, SAYS
THE STUDY LOOKED AT OLDER WOMEN AND THE
RESULTS CAN'T BE CARRIED OVER TO THOSE
UNDER 65.

EXPERTS AGREE ... BUT SAY WHEN YOU ADD
THIS FINDING WITH THE NATIONAL
INSTITUTES OF HEALTH STUDY LAST SUMMER
THAT SAID HORMONE THERAPY INCREASES A
WOMAN'S CHANCE OF BREAST CANCER, HEART

DISEASE AND STROKE ... THE RISKS OF THE
MEDICINE OUTWEIGH THE BENEFITS.

WHETHER THOSE THOSE INCREASED RISKS GO
DOWN WHEN THE MEDICINE IS STOPPED WON'T
BE KNOWN FOR SEVERAL YEARS.

IN WASHINGTON I'M CHRISTY FEIG
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The fate of condemned killer Percy Walton is in the hands of the U-S Supreme Court justices.
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Walton is scheduled to be executed tomorrow night for the 1996 murders of an elderly couple and a neighbor in Danville.
A stay of execution has been granted to determine whether Walton is mentally retarded.
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Attorney General Jerry Kilgore contends that the triple-murderer is NOT retarded and has asked the Supreme Court to overturn the stay.
Last year the Court ruled that it was unconstitutional to execute a retarded person.
Walton has chosen to die in the electric chair.

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A manhunt is now on in Atlanta for the suspect in the serial rape and murders of five Louisiana women.
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Georgia authorities believe 34 year old Derrick Todd Lee is in that area.
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((RICHARD MECUM/U.S. MARSHAL: HE'S BEEN WORKING IN ATLANTA FOR THE PAST WEEK AS BEST AS WE CAN TELL. WE FEEL HE IS STILL HERE IN ATLANTA. WE NEED INFORMATION FROM PEOPLE WHO HAVE SEEN HIM OR SPOTTED HIM.))
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Police in Baton Rouge confirm that D-N-A evidence ties Lee to all five murders.
Authorities say Lee had been to Atlanta more than once and authorities are now looking at several rape and murder cases in Georgia to see if there are any DNA links to the Georgia cirmes.
Mecum said Lee fled Louisiana after submitting to voluntary DNA tests on May 5th. Mecum said Lee became very nervous after that and left the area.
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A judge is giving Scott Peterson's new lawyer tape recordings of phone conversations between Peterson and another lawyer.
The tapes were made earlier this year by police who taped Petersons' conversations as they monitored his calls.
As Manuel Gallegus reports it's one of many items lawyers are arguing over in court today.
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[SUPER=01-John Goold/Deputy District Attorney;]
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((In court attorneys in the Scott Peterson case argued over documents. Specifically whether to make public the details of the search warrant, police reports and autopsy results. Those documents could reveal what led investigators to arrest Peterson. It was only an attorney for the media who wants them unsealed...the judge will decide at the end of the week. Mark Geragos/Peterson's Attorney In what may be a more significant ruling for the defense, the judge gave them access to Peterson's phone conversations that were secretly taped by investigators. Those conversations were between Peterson and his original attorney. If Peterson's new lawyer finds that the attorney -client privilege was violated, he could ask to dismiss the case. Mark Geragos/Peterson's Attorney John Goold/Deputy DA
Peterson looked different this time, his hair is short and he shows little reaction. Mark Geragos hinted they' re looking for other unnamed individuals who may really know who killed Laci Peterson.
As for Amber Frey, the former mistress of Peterson...she is emerging as a key witness in the case. Her conversations with Peterson were also taped by investigators.
Sot:Gloria Allred/Frey's attorney ))

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Idaho police say it was no accident. They've charged a woman with first degree murder saying she jumped into a river with her 19 month old granddaughter.
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The woman also faces a kidnapping charge.
Divers are searching the murky Snake River for the little girl.
She was last seen Sunday when her grandmother, Kelley Lodmell, checked into a hotel near the river.
The grandmother is described as a paranoid schizophrenic.
Her daughter, the missing girl's mother, says Lodmell had stopped taking her medication.
Police say they believe the grandmother took the baby and jumped into the river in an attempt to commit suicide.

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Are you having trouble with your eyes lately? It may not be your contacts, it could be allergies. Joy Sutton will have more after the break.
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Plus two American soldiers are shot and killed as the violence continues in Iraq.
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Two American soldiers were killed today when gunmen opened fire west of Baghdad.
Three weeks after President Bush declared combat operations were over, violence is still breaking out.
Teri Okita has more.
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((ITS HARD TO TELL, BUT THIS IS THE SITE OF THE SINGLE, BLOODIEST ATTACK ON AMERICAN FORCES SINCE SADDAM HUSSEIN WAS TOPPLED. USING SMALL ARMS AND ROCKET-PROPELLED GRENADES, THE ATTACKERS KILLED TWO U-S SOLDIERS AND WOUNDED NINE OTHERS AT A MILITARY CHECKPOINT NEAR FALLUJAH 30-MILES WEST OF BAGHDAD WHERE ANTI-AMERICAN SENTIMENT RUNS DEEP. U-S TROOPS FIRED BACK.

(Super: Capt. David Connelly/Army Spokesman)
SOT: Initial reports say that they killed two of the attackers and

captured six others. In initial reports, it looks like the firing they received came from a mosque.
TRACK: THE WAR MAY BE OVER, BUT IN THE PAST DAY ALONE, FOUR U-S SOLDIERS HAVE BEEN KILLED BY HOSTILE FIRE AND RANDOM ATTACKS CONTINUE TO PUT AMERICANS AT RISK.

(Super: Ari Fleischer/White House Spokesman)
SOT: The recent killings of our servicemen there is always a worrisome

event, and its a reminder that Iraq remains a place of grave danger that there are bad neighborhoods from place to place inside Iraq.
TRACK: BUT U-S OFFICIALS CALL THEM ISOLATED ATTACKS AND SAY OVERALL SECURITY IN IRAQ IS IMPROVING. THEY POINT TO LOOTING WHICH, FOR THE MOST PART, HAS ENDED AND SAY RECENT U-S-IRAQI JOINT PATROLS HAVE PUT HARDENED CRIMINALS BEHIND BARS.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: But the longer the Iraqi people go without sustained order, water, and electricity, the more frustrated they get turning their anger towards those they consider to be occupiers, not liberators. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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In health check tonight,
Have your contacts been bothering you lately --or do you often feel like something is in your eye.
Well, if so you could have eye allergies..
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Jean, Seasonal eye allergies are very common this time of year.
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And it affects people who are allergic to pollen.
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((
Optometrist Ricki Halling says a large percentage of her patients have eye allergies.
But Debra Hurley was surprised to learn that she had them because she never had a runny nose or scratchy throat, her eyes just itch sometimes.
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[IN Q=Many people don't realize that you can have allergies]

((MANY PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE THAT YOU CAN HAVE ALLERGIES JUST IN YOUR EYES. IT DOESN'T HAVE TO AFFECT THE REST OF YOUR BODY. BUT YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS. THE RED EYES, ITCHY EYES, YOUR EYES FEEL LIKE SOMETHING IS IN THEM)) [RUNS14]
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The extent of the symptoms can vary from person to person. But they typically tend to be more severe in people who wear contacts.
There are a variety of medications on the market to treat eye allergies.
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[IN Q=If it doesn't bother you that much I wouldn't treat it]

((IF IT DOESN'T BOTHER YOU THAT MUCH, I WOULDN'T TREAT IT. AND I WOULDN'T USE MEDICINE UNLESS THERE IS A PROBLEM. THERE ARE OVER-THE-COUNTER THINGS YOU CAN USE EYE DROPS THEY CAN HELP, COLD COMPRESSES CAN HELP, BUT IF THEY ARE NOT HAVING ANY SYMPTOMS I WOULD NOT USE MEDICATION)) [RUNS16]
[OUT Q=not use medication]))
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Changing contacts might also help with allergies. They are some brands that allow more oxygen and water through the contact.
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Jean,

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A longtime Virginia teacher tops the Bedford County honor roll.
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The County's Public Schools today named seventh grade teacher Carol Wiatt (WYE-itt) Teacher of the Year. The English teacher was chosen from a group that included one educator from every school in the county. Wiatt's been with Staunton River Middle School since 1999. She has 31-years of teaching experience, all in Virginia.
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[IN Q=Of all the teachers that teach here...]
[SUPER=01-Carol Wiatt/Bedford County "Teacher of the Year";]

((CAROL WIATT/BEDFORD COUNTY "TEACHER OF THE YEAR": OF ALL THE TEACHERS THAT TEACH HERE, TO BE SELECTED AS THE TEACHER OF THE YEAR, YOU CAN'T ASK FOR A GREATER HONOR AT ALL. IT'S ALL ABOUT THE KIDS, WORKING FOR THEM AND DOING FOR THEM AND PROVIDING FOR THEM THE BEST WAY THAT WE CAN.))
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Judges kept the winner a secret until they could call students to a surprise meeting. Wiatt will go on to the regional competition.
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Coming up today in Sports, a top player in the N-H-L decides to hang up his skates.
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[VO]
But first, we will have an update on the explorer who was stuck alone at the North Pole.
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It took three tries, but a British explorer who was stuck near the North Pole for several days has been rescued.
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A plane picked up Pen Hadow from a drifting ice floe this morning.
Hadow was the first person to walk alone from Canada to the pole.
After that he was stuck in a tent with a satellite phone that died Friday.
Hadow had been eating half rations of chocolate, nuts and dried fruit since Thursday.
Attempts to rescue him Friday and Saturday didn't work because of broken ice and bad weather.
A spokesman for the rescue plane said Hadow was stupid to travel to the pole this time of year because he risked a lot of people's lives.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll tell you how
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a local business is cashing in on a popular television show.
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[5Marketwatch]


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On Wall Street today, encouraging economic news put investors in a buying mood. And as Alexis Christoforous tells us thay sent stock prices sharply higher.
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((INVESTORS CAME BACK FROM THE LONG HOLIDAY WEEKEND IN A BUYING MOOD... SOME BULLISH REPORTS ON THE ECONOMY PROVIDED THE ROCKET FUEL FOR THE MARKETS..

(gr)

THE DOW SHOT UP NEARLY 180 POINTS.. SINCE MID MARCH THE DOW IS UP 18 PERCENT

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THE NASDAQ RAN UP 46 POINTS OR MORE THAN 3 PERCENT.

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CONSUMER CONFIDENCE JUMPED TO A FIVE MONTH HIGH IN APRIL.. WHILE HOME SALES UNEXPECTEDLY SOARED... THAT GAVE INVESTORS HOPE THAT AN ECONOMIC REBOUND IS UNDERWAY.
NEW HOME SALES CLIMBED LAST MONTH TO THE FASTEST PACE THIS YEAR, UP 1.7PERCENT.. SALES OF USED HOMES JUMPED 5.6 PERCENT.. A RESULT OF HISTORICALLY LOW MORTGAGE RATES.

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THAT NEWS SENT SHARES OF HOMEBUILDERS THROUGH THE ROOF INCLUDING CENTEX, PULTE AND THE HOME IMPROVEMENT RETAILER HOME DEPOT.

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ALTRIA - THE PARENT OF TOBACCO GIANT PHILIP MORRIS WAS LEFT OUT OF THE PARTY. AN ANALYST DOWNGRADED THE STOCK AFTER A FEDERAL JUDGE DECLINED TO THROW OUT KEY PORTIONS OF A

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LAWSUIT AGAINST THE TOBACCO TITAN THAT CHARGES IT WITH DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING. ALTRIA SURGED OVER 27 PERCENT LAST WEEK AFTER A FLORIDA APPEALS COURT OVERTURNED A 145 BILLION DOLLAR VERDICT.

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TRACK ALL THE MARKET ACTION AT CBS.MW.COM... AT THE NASDAQ

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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Tuesday Ticker. We begin in an unusual place for this time of the year - the NHL hardwater. One of the greatest players in league history is set to announce his retirement.
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[SUPER=04-NHL; :00]

Patrick Roy (WAH) the 37 year old goalie for the Colorado Avalanche will walk away from the game tomorrow after 18 seasons in net. But he will not walk away swiftly. Arthritic hips have been bothering him for several years. Roy won four Stanley Cup titles during his career - two with the Avs and two more earlier in his career with the Canadians. Roy leaves the game with more wins in goal than any player in NHL history with 551. The official announcement will take place tomorrow afternoon at two.
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The NBA playoffs roll on tonight in the West as San Antonio looks to eliminate Dallas. The Spurs lead the best of seven game WesternConference final 3 games to one.
Meanwhile, the new franchise in Charlotte is just getting started. New owner Bob Johnson is assembling his front office team which will hopefully include Michael Jordan in some capacity.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Former Tech star Dell Curry, who is playing lots of golf and working on his Dell Curry Foundation based in Charlotte, hopes to be a part of the new franchise. Curry is still Charlotte's all time leading scorer with nearly 10 thousand points in 10 seasons there, Curry formally retired after this season.
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Pulaski Furniture is cashing in with a new collection based on a popular television show.
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[SUPER=04-Courtesy WGBH;]

P-B-S's Antiques Roadshow is the inspiration for a 70-piece collection just unveiled at the international furniture market.
[SUPER=03-High Point, NC;]

Pulaski designers created replicas of items featured on the show. Each piece has a hang tag detailing its origin, appraisal and brief history. Officials say the idea was risky and different from what they usually produce.
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[IN Q=normally we]

((JAMES KELLY/PULASKI FURNITURE EXEC VP; NORMALLY WE DESIGN FURNITURE THAT LOOKS GREAT. IN THIS CASE WE DESIGN FURNITURE THAT LOOKS GREAT AND THAT HAS A STORY BEHIND IT AND IT HAS A HISTORY BEHIND IT AND WE THINK THAT IT WILL BE TOMORROW'S HEIRLOOMS.))
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[OUT Q=HERILOOMS.]
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The move is paying off. The Antiques Roadshow collection already has an impressive placement of 150-furniture retailers. Pulaski officials say they see the concept growing since the Roadshow has some 40-thousand pieces in their archives that can be replicated. The collection is made at the Pulaski plant and overseas.
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