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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities in Botetourt County try to identify a women killed last night on Interstate 81.
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Also Roanoke School officials say they are evaulating the role of school resource officers.
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Two days of drying now replaced by two days of showers. Warmer toward the end of the week as well. Details coming up.

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The Federal Communications Commission approves controversial rules on media ownership.
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The man accused of planting a bomb during the Atlanta Olympics is in Birmingham, Alabama tonight. We'll tell you why.
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We will see why buyers should beware when buying prescriptions offered through e-mail. News 7 at Five is next.

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One person is dead, two others injured after a single-car crash near Lynchburg this afternoon.
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Just before three, state police say this car swerved out of the eastbound lanes of Route 460 and down a steep embankment.
It came to rest in a gully about 50-feet below the road.
Authorities believe a medical condition may have caused the driver to lose control... he was pronounced dead at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Another passenger was flown to U-V-A with what were described as non-life threatening injuries.
A boy also suffered minor injuries in the crash.
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State Police want to know what a woman was doing on Interstate 81 last night.That woman was killed by a tractor trailer.
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Officials say the unidentified woman was standing in a northbound lane of Interstate 81 near Buchanan when she was hit. The accident happened shortly before midnight.
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((AGT. MIKE HONAKER/VA STATE POLICE: WE KNOW SHE WAS STRUCK BY A TRACTOR TRAILER. THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE STOPPED. SHE WAS ACTUALLY STRUCK BY THE BACK PORTION OF THE TRUCK AS OPPOSED TO RUNNING IN FRONT OF THE VEHICLE.))
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The truck driver stopped after the accident. He does not face charges.
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State Police originally thought they'd identified the victim but now say their information was inaccurate. All they know is that she appears to have been in her twenties.

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Roanoke City School officials say they hope to reassure parents by keeping three resource officers at each of the city's high schools.
But today they said they will also continue to evaluate the police officers' place in the city schools.
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School board members made the decision at a Saturday workshop, voting to fund the third resource officer at Patrick Henry and William Fleming High Schools.
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At a news conference this morning, School Board Chairman Gloria Manns and Superintendent Wayne Harris said they believe Roanoke schools are safe, but want to reassure parents while they continue to consider the issue.
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((GLORIA MANNS/SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN: WE'RE HOPING WE CAN BE A LITTLE BIT STRONGER IN MAKING SURE THAT WE USE THEIR SERVICES APPROPRIATELY AND PUT SOME OF THE RESPONSIBILITY BACK WHERE IT BELONGS ON SOME OF THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS.))
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School officials say they haven't decided what will happen at the end of the next school year.
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Tonight on News 7 at Six, we'll have reaction from one parent who has raised concerns about school safety.

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Olympic Park bombing suspect Eric Rudolph is now in a Birmingham jail.
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Rudolph was flown to Alabama after a hearing in North Carolina.
During the hearing he acknowledged his identity and accepted a transfer to Alabama but he did not enter a plea.
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((SEAN DEVEREUX/RUDOLPH'S ATTORNEY: HE'S SERIOUS. REFELCTIVE. HE HEARD WHAT THE JUDGE SAID HE ASKED QUESTIONS OF ME. I TRIED TO ANSWER THOSE QUESTIONS.))
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Rudolph is accused in a 1998 abortion clinic bomibng in Birmingham that killed an off-duty police officer.
Devereux said Rudolph hasn't indicated that he knows anything about that bombing.
Rudolph also facing charges in Georgia where he's accused of three bombings including the blast at the 1996 summer Olympics that killed a woman.
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The Federal Communications Commission is going to allow companies to own both television stations and newspapers in most cities.
As Julie Vallese tells us, it would also let companies own more stations.
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((As expected the Federal Communications Commission voted to loosen the rules that govern both radio and television media. The 3-2 vote went straight down party lines.
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as they watch TV in the next coming days, months and weeks they're not going to see something radically different then they have seen for decades. --track-- Demonstrators protested outside - And inside there were disapproving statments from dissenting FCC commissioners.
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I dissent because today the FCC empowers Americas new media elite with unacceptable levels of influence over the ideas and information upon which our society and our democracy depend. --track-- The new rules do not completely deregulate the industry but will allow media companies to expand their audience reach to 45% of the country, up from 35%. Newspapers will be allowed to own television stations in the same market and one company can control two stations in the same region.
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every market is not the same. not all markets are created equally. so we tried to come up with a flexible program that looks at market size. --track-- Some media giants have already said they will move to buy more stations and invest in more markets. Critics say that could mean cutbacks local journalism... and loses reporting on community issues. Congressional mandate required the FCC to review media ownership rules -- Congress now has the power to amend the rules. So, the FCC decision does not end the debate, but quite possibly just gets it started. In Washington I'm Julie Vallese.))

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So what does the F-C-C decision mean for our area?
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A Virginia Tech professor believes large companies will look to broaden their holdings here. Matt McAllister says the concern is that the move will hurt local coverage and diversity in the news. He believes coverage may become more regional and national.
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((MATTHEW P. MCALLISTER/VT ASSOC. PROFESSOR OF COMM; I THINK ROANOKE STILL IS PROTECTED BY SOME OF THE RULES THAT ARE IN PLACE AFTER THIS DECISION BUT ROANOKE IS A PRIME MARKET I THINK FOR LARGE MEDIA ORGANIZATIONS TO BUY INTO OR FOR CURRENT EXISTING MEDIA OWNERS TO EXPAND TO OTHER MARKETS. ))
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McAllister believes Congress will step in to modify the rules.
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The F-C-C says it will take about two months for the decision to be final and that the public can challenge it by submitting comments.

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Still to come on the newscast, President Bush is in the Middle East tonight.
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[VO] Also we will tell you why reporters at the Pentagon are carrying around gas masks.
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President Bush arrived in Egypt-
He'll meet with Arab leaders tomorrow, then travel to Jordan to meet with Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers.


As Aleen Sirgany reports, this is the Presidents first personal attempt to move the Mideast peace process forward.
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(( PRESIDENT BUSH ARRIVED IN EGYPT TO JUMPSTART HIS ROAD MAP FOR PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EASTBUT ITS EXPECTED TO BE A ROUGH ROAD AND THE PRESIDENT KNOWS IT. BUSH: I know we won't make progress unless people assume their responsibilities. First message is I will dedicate the time and energy to move the process forward and I think we'll make some progress. BUT IN WHAT COULD BE A MAJOR ROAD BLOCK, ISRAEL NOW SAYS IT WILL ONLY DISMANTLE A DOZEN OF THE ONE-HUNDRED JEWISH SETTLEMENTS. AND THE PALESTINIANS ARE REFUSING THE ACKNOWLEDGE ISRAEL AS A JEWISH STATE. ARAB LEADERS ARENT GIVING UP HOPE. AHMED MAHER/EGYPTIAN FOREIGN MINISTER So we are going to meet. We are going to discuss. We are going to agree on what needs to be done in order to promote the cause of peace. EARLIER, AT THE G-8 SUMMIT, FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC AND OTHER WORLD LEADERS THREW THEIR SUPPORT BEHIND THE PUSH FOR PEACE. THEY ALSO AGREED TO UNITE IN THE WAR AGAINST TERROR, JUST MONTHS AFTER CLASHING OVER THE WAR IN IRAQ. AND THERE WERE NEW CLASHES ON THE STREETS OF GENEVA, AS ANTI-CAPITALIST PROTESTERS SMASHED UP STOREFRONTS AND LOOTED SHOPS. THE CLEANUP WILL CONTINUE FOR DAYS.))


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Journalists who regularly report from the Pentagon did not just get a news story today- they also got gas masks.
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The Pentagon issued the masks to reporters today.
It's part of a plan to 25-thousand people who work at the Pentagon with at least temporary protection against a chemical or biological attack.
The masks are called emergency escape hoods. They're supposed to protect the wearer for up to an hour.
Every day pentagon officials train a few hundred people in the use of the hoods. Today it was the journlists' turn.
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In health check tonight,
Many Internet marketers who want you to buy medicine on-line are using all types of gimmicks. While some claim to offer lower prices other are sending unsolicited ads to your e-mail --just to get you to buy.
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Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton well tells us why you need to be careful if you decide to take them up on the offer.
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Jean, There are many illegal sites on the Internet.
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In fact, the FDA recently cracked down on dozens of sites offering bogus medications for treating and preventing SARS.


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((While buying medications on-line may be more convenient --one pharmacist says it can be a risky if you're not familiar with the site or the company who runs it.
Pharmacist Dan Anderson says he would not trust any site that sends you unsolicited ads.
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((ANY INFORMATION THAT IS UNSOLICITED INFORMATION.. YOU CAN RELY ON IT IS NOT A LEGITIMATE WAY TO GET YOUR MEDICATION))
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And he says also be leery of sites that don't require a prescription from your doctor or that say they have a pharmacist who will write one for you without a face-to-face medical exam.
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((WITHOUT A LEGITIMATE MEDICAL EXAM, MOST STATE BOARDS WILL NOT RECOGNIZE THE VALIDITY OF THAT PRESCRIPTION. I WOULD SAY IT WOULD BE VERY FOOLISH TO TRUST SOMEONE WHO WOULD WRITE A PRESCRIPTION IN THAT MANNER)) [RUNS13]
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Anderson says one of the biggest concerns is that if you don't take proper steps to get your medication it could be life threatening.
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To find out if a site is a licensed pharmacy you can contact the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. You can find a link to association's web site on our web page at wdbj7.dot.com.
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Jean,


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Still to come on the newscast,
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we'll tell you why moviegoers had no problem "Finding Nemo" this weekend.
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It was enchantment under the sea for movie-goers this weekend.
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"Finding Nemo" scored the biggest debut ever for an animated film.
It's more than 70 MILLION dollar box office took it to the top of the rankings.
``Finding Nemo'' is the fifth straight Disney-Pixar collaboration to debute at number one -- joining movies like ``Toy Story'' and ``Monsters Inc.''
Jim Carrey's "Bruce Almighty" came in second with 35 MILLION dollars.
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Next on the newscast, the Dow hits ground it hasn't seen in a while.
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Then a little later, Great Britain celebrates a major milestone for the monarchy.
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After briefly trading above the nine-thousand mark for the first time since December, the Dow Jones retreated late in the session.
Alexis Christoforous has more in our Marketwatch report.
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((STOCKS KICKED OFF THE MONTH OF JUNE WITH A BANG.. THE DOW TOUCHED THE 9-THOUSAND LEVEL FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE JUNE.. BEFORE FORFEITING THE LIONS SHARE OF THAT RALLY BY THE CLOSING BELL..

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THE DOW FINISHED WITH A GAIN OF 47 POINTS

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THE NASDAQ REVERSED COURSE AND GAVE BACK 5.

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MEDIA COMPANIES INCLUDING AOL TIME WARNER, NEWS CORP AND

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VIACOM WERE IN THE LIMELIGHT AFTER THE F-C-RELAXED TV OWNERSHIP RULES .. ALLOWING THE BIG NATIONAL TELEVISION STATIONS TO BUY UP MORE NEWSPAPERS AND LOCAL TV AND RADIO STATIONS IN THE SAME TOWN.

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BIOTECH STOCKS TOOK OFF AFTER IMCLONE AND GENENTECH RALLIED AFTER CLINICAL TRIALS FOUND THEIR CANCER DRUGS ARE EFFECTIVE.

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THE ANIMATED FILM "FINDING NEMO" WAS NOT ONLY A HIT AT THE BOX OFFICE.. IT'S ALSO A HIT ON WALL STREET...

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DISNEY AND THE ANIMATIONS STUDIO PIXAR SAW THEIR STOCKS TAKE OFF AFTER FINDING NEMO RAKED IN OVER 70-MILLION DOLLARS IN ITS DEBUT WEEKEND AT THE BOX OFFICE.. THAT IS THE BEST OPENING EVER FOR AN ANIMATED FEATURE.

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

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I'M AC IN NEW YORK. ))

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Good afternoon everybody, the ACC's tour of the Big East's - Big Three - continued today as the league wrapped up its two day visit at Boston College. All indications are that everything went very well, and its no secret that BC has been pushing hard for the ACC to take it in from the start. One interesting thing to consider is what sports BC will have to get rid of in the future. It currently has fields team in 31 sports - 17 of those are women's sports. And guess what, men's and women's skiing, and men's and women's sailing are offered anywhere in the ACC.

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The Lynchburg Hillcats are playing two tonight in the Hill City. Steve Mason is in Lynchburg getting us up to date on tonight's games with Potomac.
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Much more sports for you tonight at the top of the hour. Jean will be back in just a moment to close out this half of News 7 at Five. Take care everybody.

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It was a day fit for a queen today in England.
That was only appropriate as the country celebrated the 50th anniversary of the crowning of Queen Elizabeth.
Scott Rappoport has more.
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(( A PAIR OF PRINCES...A PACKED WESTMINSTER ABBEY...AND THE DRAMATIC ARRIVAL OF THE GRAND DAME HERSELF...
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IT WAS, DESPITE APPEARANCES, A DECIDELY LOW-KEY, UNDERSTATED AFFAIR -- AT LEAST BY BRITISH STANDARDS -- FOR QUEEN ELIZABETH...

(Super: The Very Reverend Doctor Wesley Carr / Dean of Westminster)
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YES...IT WAS 50 YEARS AGO...IN A GLITTERING NATIONAL EVENT...FEATURING AN IMPOSSIBLY GOLD CARRIAGE...THAT QUEEN ELIZABETH'S CORONATION CAPTIVATED THE COUNTRY--A HIGH POINT OF NATIONAL PRIDE AFTER THE DARK DAYS OF WORLD WAR 2.
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TODAY...5 DECADES LATER...A MUCH MORE INFORMAL SCENE...AT THIS SERVICE OF PRAYER AND REFLECTION.
FOREIGN DIGNITARIES BE GONE! THIS CONGREGATION...HAD THE COMMON TOUCH... 1,000 MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WHO DREW LOTS FOR THEIR TICKETS.
AND PERHAPS IN A NOD TO THE CHANGING TIMES...PRINCE CHARLES' PARAMOUR CAMILLA PARKER BOWLES WAS IN ATTENDANCE....SOMEWHERE! SHE OF COURSE DID NOT ARRIVE WITH CHARLES OR SIT WITH THE ROYAL FAMILY.
Nat/Sot Party on the Palace Lawn...
LATER...IN WHAT WAS QUITE LITERALLY A CIRCUS-LIKE SETTING...THE QUEEN MINGLED WITH THE MASSES AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE--AMONG THEM...UNDERPRIVILEDGED CHILDREN...AND CHILDREN WHOS PARENTS SERVED IN IRAQ. THE 77 YEAR OLD MONARCH ENJOYED A SPOT OF TEA WITH HER YOUNG GUESTS. A TRADITION AS FAMILIAR AS HER MONARCHY ITSELF.
SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS...NEW YORK.))

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