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Next on News 7 at 5, we will hear from the father of a local soldier who was killed Sunday in Iraq.
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Also it is Primary Day in the state. Today's Democratic winner in the 11th may get a free pass to Richmond.
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Increasing clouds and showers highlight the forecast.

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In Sports, one of the best known NASCAR teams fired its driver today.
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On Health Check, we'll see a device that claims to remove the cholesterol from patient's blood.
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Plus, a former member of the Reagan White House has died. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: THERE OUGHT TO BE A WAY TO AVOID LONG TERM LITIGATION. ))
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Virginia's governor is calling on the N-C-A-A to referee the fight between the Big East and the A-C-C.
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Instead of the Big East and the A-C-C fighting it out in court, they should talk it out in mediation... That's the suggestion today from Governor Mark Warner.
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Warner called on the N-C-A-A or another body to mediate the proposed expansion of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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Last week, Virginia Tech and four other Big East schools sued the A-C-C to stop the raid on their league.
The governor says mediation would better serve the state than a lengthy and expensive legal battle.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: THIS IS MORE THAN ABOUT SIMPLY WHAT ATHLETIC CONFERENCE YOU PLAY IN. IT'S ABOUT A DECISION THAT WILL AFFECT LITERALLY TENS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF VALUE THAT VIRGINIA TECH HAS INVESTED AND OTHER SCHOOLS HAVE INVESTED.))
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The N-C-A-A said today it lacks the authority to intervene in a school's right to pick its own conference affiliation.
However, the organization says it will assist in any way it can if it is invited to do so by all parties.
Representatives of the five schools that are suing said they are not opposed to mediation.
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The family of a fallen soldier says the name of Michael Dooley will live on.
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Twenty-three year old Michael Dooley was patrolling a checkpoint near the Syrian border when passengers in a car opened fire on him.
Dooley had been serving in the Third Armed Calvary Regiment out of Fort Carson, Colorado.
Dooley's family learned of his death yesterday.
His father says that while nothing will bring his son back, he takes comfort knowing that Michael died doing what he loved to do.
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((RUSSELL DOOLEY/MICHAEL'S FATHER: OH, I'M VERY PROUD. HE WANTED TO GO, SO I TOLD HIM GO FOR IT MICHAEL, YOU KNOW. AND HE ALWAYS TELLS ME THE SERVICE HAS BEEN GOOD TO HIM.))
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Michael Dooley's funeral will be held in Pennsylvania, but a local memorial service will be held this Saturday.
It's open to the public and anyone wishing to attend or express condolences should contact the Updike funeral home in Montvale.
Michael Dooley and his wife Christine were expecting their first son in October.
The family tells us the boy will be named after his father.

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The road to peace hit a pothole today with another round of violence in the Middle East.
This time the attack was by Israelis on a senior Hamas leader.
Palestinian Militants have vowed revenge-
As Teri Okita reports, despite the latest attack, President Bush is determined to keep working on his roadmap to peace.
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(( LESS THAN A WEEK AFTER AGREEING ON A MIDEAST PEACE PLAN, ISRAELI HELICOPTERS FIRED MISSILES AT HAMAS LEADER, ABDEL AZIZ RANTISI WOUNDING HIM AND KILLING TWO OTHERS. HAMAS HAS THREATENED TO KILL ISRAELI POLITICIANS IN RETALATION. ( MAHMOUD ABBAS, SPEAKING IN ARABIC)
NEW PALESTINIAN LEADER, MAHMOUD ABBAS, DENOUNCED THE ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT SAYING IT SABOTAGES ALL EFFORTS AT THE PEACE PROCESS. THAT DEADLY ATTACK, PLUS ANOTHER ONE TUESDAY IN THE GAZA STRIP ARE LIKELY TO WEAKEN ABBAS POSITION AS HE TRIES TO BRING HAMAS BACK INTO CEAS FIRE NEGOTIATIONS. In defending the attack, Israel says it s still committed to the roadmap and will spare no effort to try and achieve security and peace with one caveat.
Rannan Gissin/Ariel Sharon's Advisor: We will not stop our fight against terrorism and will relentlessly continue to pursue the terrorists, if the Palestinian Authority does not take any action. Today s incident (CUT: and the attempt to take out Abdel Aziz Rantisi) is exactly this kind of an effort. THE PRESIDENT SAYS HE'S DEEPLY TROUBLED OVER THE ATTACKS, HOPING HE'D MAKE SOME HEADWAY AT LAST WEEK'S SUMMIT.
BUSH I am determined to keep the process on the road to peace and I believe that with responsible leadership by all parties we can bring peace to the region. OKITA ON CAMERA CLOSE: THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS THE TWO SIDES HAVE NO ALTERNATIVE BUT TO BRING ABOUT PEACE BUT THE ROAD THERE CONTINUES TO BE A LONG, BUMPY, AND SOMETIMES, DEADLY ONE. TO, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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The former United States Treasury Secretary and Chief of Staff under President Ronald Reagan has died of cancer.
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Donald T. Regan was forced from the office of Chief of Staff in 1987 during the Iran-Contra scandal.
He published a famous tell all biography in 1988 which revealed the former first lady Nancy Reagan consulted frequently with an astrolger while her husband was president.
Donald Regan died at Williamsburg Community Hospital.
He was 84 years old.
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The polls will close in less than two hours on this primary day. Voters are choosing a Democratic candidate for the 11th House District. Right now, since there is no Republican or Independent candidate, today's winner will likely go to Richmond. News 7's Rachel Cannon joins us with more on the race, Rachel?
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Jean, Because today's winner may not face an opponent in the general election, there is a lot more at stake then just an ordinary primary.
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Voters have a choice between Brian Shepard and Onzlee Ware. Both men have been involved with local democratic officials and campaigns.
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Each spent his day at various polling places today for a final push to get the vote out. Registrar officials say turnout has been very low. About six-percent of registered voters went to the polls.
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((BRIAN SHEPARD/(D) HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE; WELL IT'S ALWAYS HARD TOP REMIND PEOPLE THAT THERE IS AN ELECTION DAY IN THE MIDDLE OF JUNE SO THAT'S WHAT WE'VE BEEN WORKING ON LETTING THEM KNOW AND TRYING TO GET THEM OUT TODAY. )) ((ONZLEE WARE/(D) HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE; WE'VE WORKED HARD FOR THREE MONTHS IN THIS CAMPAIGN AND THAT'S THE ONLY THING WE CAN DO AS A CANDIDATE WORK HARD ALL THE WAY UP TO ELECTION DAY AND THEN YOU TURN IT OVER TO THE JURY IN THIS CASE TO THE VOTERS.))
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The main issues in the campaign are health care, jobs and education. Each candidate believes he has the experience and know-how to get things done in Richmond.
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The polls are open until seven. The expectation is that a number of people will cast their votes within the hour as they leave work.
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Jean, tonight at seven is also the deadline for a Republican or Independent candidate to file paperwork to run in the 11th District.
Shepard and Ware don't expect a surprise candidate but won't count on it until the deadline is passed.

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Two other primary races of note are in Halifax County, where two incumbents are opposed on the Republican ballot. Kim Slayton White is challenging Commonwealth's Attorney John Greenbacker Junior.
Sheriff Jeffrey Oakes faces a challenge from Keith Tribble.

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We'll have complete primary results and reaction on News 7 at 11,
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[Take WDBJ7 Web FS] and for continuous primary updates throughout the evening, go to our home page at wdbj7-dot-com.
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A company that sold dietary supplements on television is in trouble with the federal government. We'll have the details next.
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Also the founder of Imclone learns if he will go to prison for insider trading.
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The founder of Imclone Systems and a friend of Martha Stewart's is going to prison for an insider trading scandal.

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A federal judge in New York today told Sam Waksal his actions caused serious harm- and sentenced him to seven years and three months behind bars.
Prosecutors accused Waksul of telling repeated lies and covering up his family's role in the sale of Imclone stock.
Waksul was also ordered to pay more than four million dollars in fines and back taxes.
He addressed the judge in a shaky voice saying he was very sorry for his actions.
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There's a procedure health professionals say can get rid of bad cholesterol from the blood.
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The procedure works by removing blood from the patients which is then filtered through a device know as a liposorber. This device absorbs the bad cholesterol from the plasma. The treated blood is then pumped back into the body.
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((IT IS A GOOD ADJUNCT THERAPY FOR PATIENCE WHO ARE RESISTANT TO MEDICATION AND IN A LIFE SAVING SITUATION IT CAN DEFINITELY HELP THEM. AND PREVENT THEM FROM HAVE SEVERE CARDIAC ATTACK AT A YOUNG AGE.))
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The procedure takes about two to three hours.
The Medical University of South Carolina is one of a few institutions in the country that can administer the procedure.
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Federal officials are cracking down on a supplement company for broadcasting deceptive infomercials.
Authorities say the sellers of Coral Calcium Supreme made false claims that their supplement could treat and cure diseases such as cancer.
The Federal Trade Commission wants the courts to stop the ads and freeze the assets of the supplements backers, for possible return to customers.
The F-D-A is also sending letters to Internet companies that sell the calcium supplements warning them not to make disease-fighting claims.

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A disease with a silly name, but serious consequences has arrived in the United States.
As Jennifer Donelan reports, health officials are worried.
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((THE PRAIRIE DOG IS CLASSIFIED AS A RODENT BUT CONSIDERED TO BE AN EXOTIC PET. A NATIONWIDE SEARCH IS NOW ON FOR MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE WHO BOUGHT DOZENS FROM THE SAME DEALER AND ARE BELIEVED TO BE INFECTED WITH A DISEASE MORE EXOTIC THAN THE ANIMAL ITSELF...MONKEY POX. A VIRUS NEVER SEEN BEFORE IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE...UNTIL NOW.

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"They'vre just being careful, cause they don't know much about this virus." (03)
TAMMY KAUTZER'S FAMILY IS QUARANTINED. SHE RECENTLY BOUGHT 2 INFECTED PRAIRIE DOGS...ONCE BITTEN BY THE NEW PETS...SHE, HER DAUGHTER, AND HUSBAND DEVELOPED SORES, HIGH FEVERS, AND RASHES.
THE NUMBER OF CONFIRMED AND SUSPECTED HUMAN CASES OF MONKEY POX CONTINUES TO GROW IN WISCONSIN, INDIANA...AND ILLINOIS WHERE A HOME-BASED PET SHOP IS AT THE CENTER OF THE FEDERAL HEALTH INVESTIGATION.
IT'S BELIEVED THE 30 PRAIRIE DOGS SOLD HERE MAY HAVE BEEN INFECTED WITH THE VIRUS BY A GAMBIAN RAT OUT OF AFRICA.
STANDUP- JENNIFER DONELAN
"There is an argument that the Monkeypox outbreak is giving prairie dogs everywhere a bad name. Some are concerned that pet owners, instead of quarantining their animals and looking for symptoms, they will just release them into the wildlife."
THAT GRAVELY CONCERNS DOCTORS.

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Clinic
"Once that occurs it will be very, very difficult to eradicate that, it will be very similar to the situation we now have with the West Nile Virus." (07)
PET SHOPS LIKE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN CHICAGO ARE VOLUNTARILY QUARANTINING THEIR PRAIRIE DOGS, NOT ONLY TO HALT THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS, BUT TO HELP ERIDICATE ANOTHER SYMPTOM OF THE OUTBREAK...FEAR.
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Coming up today following weather,
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[VO] Mike Stevens will tell us about a big change at Petty Enterprises.
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Sitll to come,
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NASA begins a long trip in search of a drink of water. We'll have the latest on the new Mars probe after sports.
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On Wall Street today, the stock markets resumed their move upward following yesterday's round of profit taking.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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((AFTER A ONE DAY PAUSE, STOCKS RESUMED THEIR CLIMB... THANKS POSITIVE ANALYST COMMENTS ON MCDONALD'S AND A PROFIT REAFFIRMATION FROM GENERAL MOTORS.

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THE DOW JUMPED 74 POINTS

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WHILE THE NASDAQ CLIMBED NEARLY 24 POINTS

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SAM WAKSAL THE FOUNDER AND FORMER CEO OF IMCLONE SYSTEMS HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO 7 YEARS IN PRISON AND MUST PAY OVER 4 MILLION DOLLARS INFINES FOR INSIDER TRADING AND OTHER CHARGES.

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55 YEAR OLD WAKSAL BECOMES THE FIRST U-S CEO PUNISHED IN CORPORATE FRAUDS THAT SURFACED AFTER THE ENRON COLLAPSE TWO YEARS AGO.

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FIRST IT WAS MOTOROLA, NOW CELL PHONE MAKER NOKIA IS SOUNDING A SALES WARNING.. THE MOBILE PHONE GIANT BLAMES THE SLUMPING EUROPEAN COMPANIES, THE SLIDING DOLLAR AND LINGERING FEARS ABOUT THE SPREAD OF SARS IN ASIA FOR HURTING BUSINESS.

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ABOUT A MONTH AFTER EMERGING FROM BANKRUUPTCY PROTECTION KMART SHARES BEGAN TRADING ON THE NASDAQ STOCK MARKET UNDER THE NEW SYMBOL K-M-R-T. KMART'S CEO CALLED THE STOCK LISTING ANOTHER IMPORANT MILESTONE IN KMART'S RECOVERY.

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TRACK ALL THE MARKET ACTION AT CBS. MW.
I'M AC IN NEW YORK
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Good afternoon folks - we begin with a racing split of major proportions. The Pettys and John Andretti parted ways today as Andretti was fired.
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Andretti, who almost left Petty Enterprises on his own accord last year, has been replaced effective this weekend by Christian Fittipaldi. Andretti had been with the Pettys since 1998. This year had been a disaster with just one top ten start and one top ten finish in 14 races. Worse yet, the team already has had to use 6 provisionals to make races.
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Last week, Virginia Tech and four other Big East schools sued in an effort to stop the raid on their league. Tech would go from a Big East powerhouse to a school with an uncertain future if the A-C-C expansion goes through. Recently, Tech quarterback Bryan Randall commented on the situation.
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Randall is a student athlete in the truest sense. He maintains a 3.0 GPA and is the Hokies starting QB. He also feels the well being of the student athlete is not being taking into consideration in this ACC expansion at the cost of the remaining Big East schools.
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Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - Travis Wells checks in with a preview of this week's US Open golf championship as he visits with Phil Mickelson and Davis Love the third. Take care everybody and have a safe night and don't forget that the Salem Avalanche is home tonight at 7:05 against Kinston. Jean will be right back in just a moment. [go to break]

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A new martian land rover began its trip to the Red Planet today.
As Chris Lawrence tells us, it is searching for more evidence of water.
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((This centurys first great space voyage is on its way.

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And liftoff! Of Delta 2 rocket carrying Spirit from Earth to planet Mars.
And if all goes well, NASAs onboard rover will eventually creep across the planets surface searching for geological traces of its past.

(ORLANDO FIGUEROA/MARS PROGRAM DIRECTOR)

We are indeed in the midst of unprecedented age of robotic exploration.
Scientists know water once flowed on the surface of Mars. But the Spirit rover will determine if that water lasted a few minutes, a few hours or millions of years. If evidence exists of past or present life, humanity would finally have evidence that Earth is not unique. The Spirit can navigate around obstacles, collect samples and beam back pictures of the planets surface.

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The uncertainty will be what Mars does to us.
In a few weeks NASA will launch a second rover called Opportunity, doubling its chances of success or failure. The Mars Program could probably survive the loss of one, but not both. In the wake of space shuttle Columbias destruction, NASA is under enormous pressure to pull off a successful mission.

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Anything humanly possible has been done. After that, were at the mercy of the red planet.

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Or as some scientists call it, the death planet. Of all the missions to Mars, only about one in three ever succeed.
If the wind speed is too high, the air bags could rupture on impact. And engineers cant control exactly where the rovers will land.

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Success depends on how hard you hit the ground, and what you hit.
The answers wont come until January, when the first rover arrives on Mars. Chris Lawrence, CBS News.))


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