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Today on News 7 at 5, a woman from Pittsylvania County is sentenced to death for her role in the murders of her husband and stepson.
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Also opponents trying to stop some beer sales at the Roanoke Civic Center lose another round.
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[Weather-Head]
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Another day with showers and the latest 10 day outlook reports wetter than normal conditions continue. Details ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Also today, a Virginia lawmaker wants to help doctors deal with the high cost of malpractice insurance.
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On the lighter side, we'll show you a diner that allows bald men to take a little off the top.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

Plus Virginia Tech's quarterback issues a dare to some local school children. News 7 at 5 is next.

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A Pittsylvania County woman is sentenced to death for her role in two murders for hire.
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[5-Teresa-Lewis]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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A judge sentenced 33-year old Teresa Lewis to two death sentences and three sentences of life in prison for hiring two men to shoot and kill her husband and stepson.
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Judge Charles Strauss called the act cold, saying Lewis phoned 9-1-1
[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co./Last October]


while her husband Julian and stepson, Charles were gunned down in their home in Keeling.
Lewis allegedly hired Rodney Fuller and Matthew Shallenberger to kill her husband so she could collect insurance money.
Fuller pled guilty and is serving life in prison. He agreed to testify against both Lewis and Shallenberger.
Shallenberger goes on trial next month.
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[5-81-Accident]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=syo]
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State Police now know the identity of the woman killed on Interstate 81 late Sunday night. They say 26-year old Gi Hee Jang (ZHIE HEE Chang) of New York City was standing on the northbound side of the freeway near Buchanan when she was struck by the back end of a tractor trailer.
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Police still aren't sure why she was on the road. They say Jang (Chang) had been traveling *south* headed for California when, for some reason, she crossed the interstate to the northbound lanes. Several witnesses report seeing her on the road before the accident.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Jang (Chang) was identified by her fingerprints. Despite the positive I-D police say the investigation is still open.

[5-Civic-Center]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jus]
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Opponents have lost another round in their battle to prevent expanded alcohol sales at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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The A-B-C board today granted the Civic Center an expanded wine and beer license for Civic Center events.
The board said objections from opponents had not been substantiated.
City officials say the new license will help make the Civic Center more competitive.
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((CHIP SNEAD/ACTING CIVIC FACILITIES DIRECTOR: I THOUGHT THAT WE HAD A VERY SOLID POSITION FOR OUR LICENESE APPLICATION. I WASN'T OVERLY CONFIDENT BUT I FELT LIKE WE WERE MAKING AN EFFORT TO APPLY AS AN LEGIMITATE CANDIDATE AND WE WOULD EVENTUALLY GET THE LICENSE.))
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[OUT Q=get the license]
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Opponents have thirty days to appeal the decision in circuit court.
We'll hear from them tonight on News 7 at six.
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[5-Middle-East]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Arab leaders are endorsing a road map for peace with Israel-
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The endorsement came after a meeting betweem the President and five Arab leaders in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el Sheik.
The plan calls for an end to terror attacks on Israel and the creation of a Palestinian state within two years.
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((COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE: WE ARE IN A PATH TO CREATE A STATE FOR THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE. WE HAVE THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY MOBILIZED. WE HAVE ISRAEL WILLING TO BE A PARTNER IN THIS. WE HAVE NEW NEW LEADERSHIP IN THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY.))
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Tomorrow President Bush meets in Jordan with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and new Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas.
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[5-Terror-Trial]


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Two Arab immigrants suspected of plotting terrorist attacks in the United States and the Middle East have been convicted of conspiracy and fraud.
The two men are part of a case that began less than one week after September 11th, when a raid on a Detroit apartment turned up a variety of suspicious information.
One man was acquitted of a terror-related charge, while a fourth man was acquitted of all charges.
This is the first case involving an alleged terror cell to reach trial in the U.S. since nine-eleven.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=Net]
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Martha Stewart could be facing the heat and not in her kitchen.
Federal Prosecutors are said to be seeking an indictment in connection with events surrounding the Imclone insider trading scandal.
Scott Rapoport has more.
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[SUPER=01-Arthur Martinez/Martha Stewart Living Dir.;]
[SUPER=01-Peter Sugleris/Shareholder;]
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(( HER LAWYER SAYS SHE'S INNOCENT AND THAT SHE'LL FIGHT IN COURT IF INDICTED.
Nat/Sot Boiling Pot...
BUT THE LATEST DISH IN MARTHA'S WORLD WILL BE UNDOUBTEDLY DIFFICULT FOR THE DOMESTIC DIVA TO SWALLOW.
FEDERAL PROSECUTORS IN MANHATTAN ARE SEEKING A CRIMINAL INDICTMENT AGAINST MS. STEWART, QUOTE, "IN THE NEAR FUTURE." - THAT'S ACCORDING TO MARTHA'S OWN COMPANY.

THE FEDS HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATING STEWART ON SUSPICION OF INSIDER TRADING...STEMMING FROM HER SALE OF NEARLY 4-THOUSAND SHARES OF IMCLONE STOCK...JUST BEFORE IT PLUMMETED ...ON THE NEWS THE BIO-TECH COMPANY'S CANCER DRUG WAS REJECTED BY THE FDA.
STEWART IS A CLOSE FRIEND OF INDICTED, FORMER IMCLONE CEO SAM WAKSAL...
Nat/Sot "Did you commit insider trading?"
...WHO IS TO BE SENTENCED NEXT WEEK AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO THE IMCLONE INSIDER TRADING SCANDAL ..THO WAKSAL HAS NOT IMPLICATED STEWART.

MS. STEWART HAS DENIED ANY WRONGDOING IN THE IMCLONE SALE.
Nat/Sot "I just want to make my salad."

SOT: Arthur Martinez/Director of Martha Stewart Living/Omnimedia Inc.

Martha remains the chairman and chief executive of Martha Stewart Omnimedia
AT THE ANNUAL BOARD MEETING OF HER COMPANY, "MARTHA STEWART LIVING OMNIMEDIA"... IN MANHATTAN ...SHAREHOLDERS PASSED THE CRUSH OF MEDIA...SOME VOICING SUPPORT FOR STEWART. PETER SUGLERIS/SHAREHOLDER: "WHO'S TO SAY IT REALLY HAPPENED, IT'S JUST THEIR WORD AGAINST HERS."
IN A STATEMENT...THE COMPANY DID NOT ELABORATE ON THE POSSIBLE CRIMINAL CHARGES FACING MS. STEWEART....WHICH ANALYSTS HAVE SAID COULD RANGE FROM INSIDER TRADING TO OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still to come on the newscast, we will check up with a local toddler who has been given a new lease on life.
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[VO] Also Roanoke Regional airport is trying something new to speed up ticketing. We'll tell you what it is after the break.
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[5-Malpractice]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=ssm]
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The rising cost of medical malpractice insurance has led to doctors' strikes and marches in other states.. and now a local legislator hopes to prevent that from happening here in Virginia.
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Lynchburg state senator Steve Newman plans to convene a medical malpractice summit later this year to address the issue.
Newman says doctors' insurance rates have skyrocketed in the past few years...and those costs are ultimately passed along to the consumers.
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((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R- LYNCHBURG: THE IDEA THAT I WOULD LIKE TO COME FORWARD WITH IS SOMETHIGN THAT WOULD LOWER INSURANCE PREMIUMS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES AND FOR INDIVIDUALS THAT IS ALSO PRO-CONSUMER BECAUSE IF YOU'RE REALLY, REALLY HURT, YOU CAN END UP WALKING AWAY WITH THE ENTIRETY OF YOUR ECONOMIC DAMAGES.)) ((DR. TOM EPPES/LYNCHBURG PHYSICIAN: PHYSICIANS THAT HABITUALLY HAVE WORKED TO DEATH, ALMOST, ARE RETIRING EARLY BECAUSE ECONOMICALLY IT BECOMES UNAFFORDABLE TO STAY IN PRACTICE.))
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Tom Eppes/Lynchburg Physician; :18]
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Newman wants to craft legislation that would closely follow a California plan that caps non-economic damages and separates attorney's fees from the settlement.
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[5-Transplant]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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An 18 month old girl in Roanoke County owes her life to organ donation.
After six months on a waiting list Makenzie Blackburn has finally received a bowel transplant.
[ANCHOR=JEAN 2 shot]


Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean, without it Makenzie wasn't expected to live past her second birthday.
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But the transplant she receieved in late April has given friends and family new hope. Makenzie is now on the road to recovery in a Pennsylvania hospital --and she should return home soon.
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((
This is Makenzie Blackburn in January. She spent 16 hours everyday hooked up to I-V's and feeding tubes. She suffers from a rare condition that left her bowels useless -- transplantation was her only hope of survival.
And that day came in late April. At first her body rejected the bowel --but now she's doing fine.
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[IN Q=Makenzie has always been an amazing]

((MAKENZIE HAS ALWAYS BEEN AN AMAZING CHILD. SHE HAS DEALT WITH THE ADVERSITY. WE'RE VERY OPTIMISTIC AT THE SAME TIME WE'RE REALISTIC IN THE FACT THAT THERE'S ALWAYS A CHANCE OF REJECTION. HOPEFULLY THIS WILL OFFER HER A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE )) [RUNS19]
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But it will be several months before Makenzie can return home --an even then her recovery will take time.
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((THE FIRST YEAR IT MAY NOT MAKE A WHOLE LOT OF DIFFERENCE. SHE IS STILL GOING TO BE FOLLOWED ON TUBE FEEDING AND SHE'S ALWAYS GOING TO HAVE AN OSTOMY. BUT SHE'LL BE ABLE TO EAT LIKE NORMAL CHILDREN)) [RUNS10]
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And now that Makenzie now has a chance at a normal life -- friends and family can only think of the choice another family had to make.
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[IN Q=How important organ donation is]

((HOW IMPORTANT ORGAN DONATION IS AND IF YOU KEEP IN MIND THE FAMILY THAT ACTUALLY DONATED AN ORGAN FOR MAKENZIE. THAT THEY ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS)) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=thoughts and prayers]))
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Bishop believes the donor was eight years old. If you'd like to stay updated on Makenzie's condition or donate to her trust fund you can find a link to her web page on our web site at wdbj7.dot.com.
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Jean,

[5-E-Tickets]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Roanoke Regional Airport is checking into high tech service.
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Two airlines now offer self-service electronic kiosks that enable passengers to check in quickly. U-S Airways and Northwest say the machines are there for convenience. Travelers can make changes to an existing flight, obtain a boarding pass, seat assignment and check bags.
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[IN Q=I'VE SEEN THEM]

((SUSAN HENSLEY/TRAVELER; I'VE SEEN THEM AT OTHER AIRPORTS AND IT'S WONDERFUL TO FINALLY HAVE THEM HERE IT'S SO EASY ESPECIALLY WHEN THERE IS ALONG LINE IF YOU'RE WILLING TO USE ONE ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS WALK UP I MEAN YOU CAN WALK IN FRONT OF PEOPLE AND JUST STEP RIGHT UP AND DO THAT.))
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While the airport welcomes kiosks, they're saying goodbye to some regional jet service. Officials say they've lost all of their jet service on U-S Airways Express. The number of flights out of the airport remains the same but it's now on prop planes. Officials hope the change is temporary.
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Still to come on the newscast, scientists believe they have discovered a new dinosaur.
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[VO] But first, we'll show you a restaurant whose slogan is "the more you shine, the cheaper you dine."
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Some business give discounts to senior citizens. Others offer special deals to military personnel. But for nearly 20 years a Texas sandwich shop has paid tribute to the bald.
Haven Daley has the story of Bald Monday.
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(("I'm going to give you 60 percent off. Holy Mackeral!" IT WAS WARREN MAGGIO'S FIRST TIME TAKING ADVANTAGE OF BALD MONDAY AT NEPTUNE SUBS. "Here you go" Maggio says: "I think it's a great idea. They ought to extend it to seven days a week." THE SUB SHOP OWNER CREATED THE PROMOTION TO LET EVERYONE KNOW THAT BALD IS BEAUTIFUL. Vinny Schillaci says: "Everybody's trying to make bald guys feel like there's a problem with them and they're trying to do to men what the cosmetic industry does to women and we just wanted to say it's okay to be bald. It's really a blessing." HOW DOES THE DISCOUNT WORK? THE MORE YOU SHINE...THE CHEAPER YOU DINE. "You're between a 50 and a 60 so I'm gonna give you 55 percent off." Haven Daley says: "My haircut is fairly close. What if I went ahead and shaved the rest of it off? Would I get a discount." Schillaci says: "If they come in and shaved their head that morning, they eat for free." EVERY MONTH THE SUB SHOP ALSO HONORS A LOCAL OR FAMOUS BALD PERSON. THIS MONTH IT'S A LOCAL STUDENT WITH LEUKEMIA. Schillaci says: "David Edgar is a high school guy going through chemotherapy and we thought we'd support him. He looks pretty good without hair." Maggio says: "Bald is wonderful. It really is. I've been bald since I was 25 and I wouldn't have it any other way." AND THE OWNER AGREES. BALD MONDAYS HAS BEEN GOOD FOR BUSINESS. ))

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Coming up next, good news from the Federal Reserve sparks interest in the stock markets.
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Then a little bit later, we'll see who is helping Roanoke police take a bite out crime.
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[5Marketwatch]


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On Wall Street today, stocks managed gains following an upbeat economic outlook from Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Good afternoon everybody - the rain has forced several of tonight's state quarterfinal games in baseball, softball and soccer to be postponed until tomorrow. However, the Blacksburg boy's soccer match, the Hidden Valley and Martinsville soccer outing and the Salem girls match set for tonight are still on.
From the mud to the clay -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Paris, France/espn2; :00]

Top seeded Serena Williams rolled past Amelie Mauresmo 6-2 and 6-1 today as the defending French OPen champ continues to crush the competition. She is now in the semi-finals and this win marks her 33rd Grand Slam match victory.
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However, the upsets were plentiful today as Andre Agassi was beaten in four sets by Guillermo Coria. That means all of the Americans are out of the main draw. Also, fourth seeded Carlos Moya was beaten today.

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[ANCHOR=mike]
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Virginia Tech quarterback Bryan Randall took some time out of his busy schedule to speak to the D.A.R.E. graduates at Monterey Elementary school today.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


The D.A.R.E program emphasizes drug, alcohol and violence prevention. Randall talked to the kids about his four point system that helps him priorities his life. He stressed to the 140 fourth and fifth graders that he keeps his life in order through faith, family, education and then football.
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[SUPER=01-Amanda Tuck/D.A.R.E. Police Sergeant; :19]
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The ACC is one the third and final leg of its tour of the Big East. This morning the group of 9 arrived at Syracuse to check out the Orangemen. Syracuse is thought to be the most reluctant of the three schools that have been targeted for expansion. Perhaps the most interesting part of this process is that Syracuse's chancellor Kenneth Shaw is retiring next year, and Syracuse athletic director Jake Crouthamel turns 65 in about three weeks. In effect - the long term future of the school will be determined by a couple of short timers. Jean is coming back in just a moment to wrap up this Tuesday edition of News 7 at five. Have a safe night. [go to break]

[5-Police-Dog]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=cda]
[TAPE#=502-09 1:20:59]
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With the help of a grocery store and a dog biscuit company, the Roanoke City Police force will soon have its newest member.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Kroger teamed up with Milk-Bone to present police with a check for five-thousand dollars.
It will be used to purchase a dog. The canine will help lead the attack against criminals, drugs, and explosives. School children from Wasena Elementary participated in the Name-the-New-Police-Dog contest. Sarah Berenato, won with the name "Charlie."
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[IN Q= I didn't think I]

((SARAH BERENATO/STUDENT: I DIDN'T THINK I WAS GOING TO WIN BECAUSE A LOT OF MY FRIENDS HAD REALLY GOOD NAMES AND I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE I WON.))
[SUPER=01-Sarah Berenato/Student]
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[OUT Q= can't believe I won]
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The children were also treated to a live demonstration.
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[5-New-Dinosaur]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
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This is not the movie Jurasic Park. This is a real discovery.
Two Chilean scientists say they've found a new species of dinosaur.
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[SUPER=03-Santiago, Chile]


They say the long necked plant eater roamed Northern Chile 70 million years ago.
Two Paleontologists ages 28 and 26 assembled about 40 percent of the skeleton from fossils a geologist stumbled upon several years ago.
The new species is different from others in the form of neural arches in the back. It also has longer, thinner extremities.
The animal measured about 25 feet and reached a height of about six and half feet.
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