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Today on News 7 at Five, an accused serial killer is arrested in Atlanta. We'll have the details.
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Also a police officer in Virginia is shot and killed while on the job.
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Also today, a Roanoke County committee approves a controversial plan to put up stadium lights at Hidden Valley High School.
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President Bush signs the third-biggest tax cut in U-S history.
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Plus a Beatle is about to become a father...again. News 7 at 5 is next.
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The Attorney General is ganging up on a growing threat in the state.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young for Jean Jadhon.
Attorney General Jerry Kilgore says its time to wage war against gang activity.
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Kilgore is creating a task force to combat growing gang violence in the state.
The Attorney General pointed to the recent gang-related murder of a Rockbridge County man as evidence that its not just an urban problem anymore.
He says gang activity is happening all across the state.
The task force will look at increasing penalties for gang involvement and creating an automated system to track gangs.
Kilgore also wants the group to develop school programs to help steer children away from joining.
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Kilgore says the task force will include law enforcement officials, prosecutors and community leaders.
He says they will begin meeting this summer.
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Police in Chesterfield County are mourning the death of an officer who'd been on the job less than half a year.
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23-year old Ryan Cappelletty was killed when he responded to a call of shots fired around 7:00 this morning. Virginia police say a gunman on the front lawn of a home opened fire on Cappelletty and another Chesterfield County policeman. The unidentified gunman was killed when officers returned fire. Cappelletty was a graduate of the county's January 2003 Basic Police Academy class.
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The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Department is searching for the second person to fall from a bridge over the last five days.
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Authorities searched 13 miles of the Staunton River neat Hurt by helicopter today, looking for a man seen falling from a bridge shortly after 10 last night.
Chief Deputy Gary Goodson says the debris in the area and the speed of the river make searching by boat difficult.

Weather permitting, the search could resume as early as tomorrow.
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Meanwhile the sheriff's department resumed its search for a woman seen going over the railing on Stateline Bridge Road in the Cascade community over the weekend.
Search efforts were suspended Sunday due to dangerous river conditions.

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President Bush says the third-largest tax cut in U-S history will help strengthen America's economy.
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The president today signed the 350 BILLION-dollar package, hailing it as ``essential action'' that'll help create jobs. He called it ``bold legislation'' that sends ``a clear message to the doubters.
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Democrats fought the cuts, saying they're a windfall for the rich that'll add to an already staggering federal deficit. The package speeds up income-tax cuts, trims dividend and capital gains taxes and includes aid to hard-pressed states.


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Coming up on the newscast, we'll hear from a chiropractor who says he has the answer to solving many migraines.
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Plus some say this man is smart, charming, and a sharp student of the Bible. But that's not what authorities are saying. They believe he is a serial killer.
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The man suspected of killing at least five women is in custody in Louisiana. Derrick Todd Lee fled the state after giving authorities a DNA sample. Elizabeth Sanchez reports from Baton Rouge.
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((Shackled and calm..., alleged serial killer Derrick Todd Lee agreed to be returned home to Louisiana where he is the prime suspect in a killing spree that claimed the lives of at least five women.

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Lee was picked up Tuesday night in Atlanta...after a nationwide man-hunt.

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"This is truly a great moment for the state of Louisiana and for the United States...this is a serial killer that is off the streets now."
DNA evidence was the key to Lee's arrest. A career criminal, he volunteered a sample after police questioned him during a murder investigation. That same day he went on the lam, only to be tracked to a southwest Atlanta tire store. Authorities say Lee's DNA matches samples taken from five women murdered in the state since 2001.

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"They are unable to speak for themselves, so this task force spoke for them and spoke loudly."
For now, Lee is charged with the murder and aggravated rape of 26-year-old Carrie Yoder, a graduate student at Louisiana State University who was abducted from her home last March. The entire state is breathing a sigh of relief.

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Lee has been described as a smooth talker who was well versed in the Bible. At the time of his arrest he had already made dated several Atlanta women and promised them alcohol to return to his room. Accepting that invitation could have been a deadly mistake.))

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Roanoke County school officials are now proposing a shared football stadium and lighted soccer fields for Cave Spring and Hidden Valley High Schools.
A county committee approved the plan this afternoon, but some residents say school officials are breaking a promise.
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The plan includes renovations to Bogle Field at Cave Spring Middle School, so that both high schools can play their football games there.
Soccer games would move back to lighted fields on each of the high school campuses.
Supporters say the option is the best of many they've considered.
But neighbors of Hidden Valley High School complain that school board members promised no lighted fields.
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((MIKE STOVALL/SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: WE'RE ONCE AGAIN, I'M SURE GOING TO HAVE SOME CITIZENS WHO ARE GOING TO DRAG US ACROSS THE COALS FOR THE FACT WE WANT TO PUT LIGHTS ON THE SOCCER FIELDS, BUT THE BOTTOM LINE IS WE'RE DOING IT FOR KIDS. BOTTOM LINE.)) ((CINDY LOU TODD/HIDDEN VALLEY NEIGHBOR: WE TRY TO BUILD CHARACTER COUNTS IN OUR KIDS, AND THAT'S WHAT I WANT TO SEE WITH THE ADULTS SURROUNDING ME.))
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The school board must still vote on the proposal, and informational meetings are planned for neighbors of both high schools.
But board members serve on the construction committee, and a majority supported the proposal today.
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When it comes to easing migraine and tension headaches --some people are turning to chiropractors for relief.
A Duke University study shows chiropractic care may have significant and long lasting effects.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Shannon,
Tension-headeaches are one of the most common reasons people go to a chiropractor.
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And while the study was funded by the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research --one local man says his story is proof that it really works.
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((Richard Thompson comes to the chiropractor once a week. For him it was a last resort --when nothing else seemed to ease his severe and recurrent headaches.
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Doctor Garrett Thompson says chiropractic care works by alleviating tension on the nervous system.
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((CHIROPRACTIC IS BASICALLY FOCUSED ON CORRECTING STRUCTURAL ALIGNMENT IN THE SPINE TAKING PRESSURE OFF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.. AND IF YOU HAVE PRESSURE ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, RIGHT UP IN THIS AREA. IT'S THE CAUSE OF MOST HEADACHES )) [RUNS16]
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And he says it's much less risky than taking medications. However a recent study by neurologists did find that neck adjustment can increase the risk for a certain kind of stroke.
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Richard says he too was skeptical at first. But he says after five visits it was obvious that it worked.
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Doctor Thompson says everyone responds differently to chiropractic care --so how long it will take to notice results varies.
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Coming up on News-7 at Five, Brent Watts visits the newest exhibit at the Piedmont Arts Association.
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A new exhibit in Martinsville is spotlighting nearly one-hundred fifty local and regional artists. With 300 entries, the exhibition is now considered the largest in the Southeast. Brent Watts spoke with a few of the featured artists.
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Still to come on the newscast, a teenager takes some veterans to school at the French Open.
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Also Paul McCartney and his wife get a surprise. We'll tell you what it is a little later.
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On Wall Street today, stocks managed to finish higher despite some weak economic reports as investors continued to look ahead with confidence. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody. The French Open's opening day continue to provide us with some interesting results. Yesterday - Roddick and Seles were sent home - today a teenager caused a big fuss.
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American Ashley Harkleroad a home schooled 18 year old from Roseville, Georgia - today "schooled" ninth seeded Daniela Hantuchova 7-6, 4-6 and 9-7. She has yet to graduate from high school, but today she learned a valuable lesson on the road - never give up. She blew a 5-1 lead in the third set, but rallied to win the match.
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The women's number one seed Serena Williams was not beaten, but she probably was a little upset that she made 32 unforced errors. Still, the defending champ hammered Marie Mikaelian 6-3, 6-2. She has now won 30 straight Grand Slam matches.
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Yesterday we told you Patrick Roy was thinking about quitting the game he has dominated for the past 18 years, today the 37 year old did just that - saying it's time to get a real job.
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Roy (WAH) plans to spend his free time watching hockey. His son Jonathan is a goalie who will be playing in Saskatchewan this fall. By the way, game two of the Stanley Cup finals is tomorrow night. The Devils blanked the Ducks 3-to-zip last night.

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The rain that has been a huge part of our every day activities this month, also paid a visit to Belmont Park today as some precious cargo was unloaded for a little gallop.
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Funny Cide, the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, got in it's first workout since winning the second leg of the Triple Crown on May 17th. The gelding, that is based out of up-state New York, had to deal with a muddy track, but according to its handlers performed flawlessly. The Belmont Stakes is set for Saturday, June 7th, at 6:38pm. Amazingly, Funny Cide will workout just one more time - probably next Tuesday - before trying to become just the 12th Triple Crown winner.
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The Salem Avalanche continues its five game - four night series with the Wilmington Blue Rocks tonight at Salem Memorial at 7:05.
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The Avalanche "Field of Dreams" promotion is again one of its most popular this season as little leaguers get to meet the Salem players in the pre-game. Salem's Trevor Mote leads the team in runs batted in, but sometimes even the best of hitters need a little help on the base paths. Hector Gimenez is on the run from second, but the catcher is gunned down at the plate to keep last night's game scoreless in the third. Wilmington's Justin Cowan opened the scoring in the top of the fourth with the blast to the base of the wall in left center. Scott Walter scores and it's 1-to-nothing visitors. But Mote would pick up his 24th RBI of the season with this solo homer.
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Salem wins game one 3-to-2 and then shuts out the Blue Rocks in game two 6-to-nothing.
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Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - we'll check in with Patrick Henry's celebrated tennis tandem, and the SEC commissioner talks about the chance of any future expansion. Have a safe night everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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Paul McCartney's wife doesn't have to worry anymore about not being able to get pregnant.
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In a brief statement, McCartney and Mills say they're expecting and are ''delighted with this happy news.''
The child will be their first.
A spokesman says the baby is due later this year.
McCartney and Mills married in June 2002.
It was only three months ago that Mills worried that she wouldn't be able to get pregnant because of various health problems.
McCartney has three adult children and a stepdaughter from his first marriage to Linda McCartney.
Linda died of breast cancer in 1998.
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