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Today on News 7, a man wanted for a murder in Roanoke is found in New York.
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Also a local judge orders striking railroad workers back to work.
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Flood watch remains in effect for tonight for parts of the viewing area, but the extended forecast looks dry. Details next.

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Are S-U-V's really safer than cars? We'll have the latest crash test results.
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On Health Check, we'll look at low carbohydrate diets as two Roanoke D-J's fight their own Battle of the Bulge.
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Plus we'll see how the nation's capital is dealing with a new kind of traffic problem.
News 7 at 5 is next.
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The murder happened in Roanoke- a man found dead at a city park. Tonight Roanoke police say a suspect's been arrested several states away in New York City.
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After investigations by both New York and Roanoke City Police, 23 year old Moises (Moy-sis) Torres was picked up in New York City June 10th. He is wanted for the July 22 murder of 25-year old Dorian Deon Pierce. Pierce's body was discovered inside a Loudon Park bathroom stall, with multiple bullet wounds.
Police say Torres has outstanding warrants for murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony in both New York State and Virginia. Roanoke Police have begun the extradition process to bring Torres back to Virginia..
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Do S-U-V's make you feel protected because of their size?
If that's the case, some news today may suprise you.
Stacy Case reports.
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(( S-U-V'S CAN SIGNAL SAFETY--- BUT THE NEWEST CRASH TESTS SHOW

MANY DON'T MEASURE UP WHEN HIT FROM THE SIDE.
FOR THE FIRST TIME, THE INSURANCE INSTITUTE FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY
USED MORE REALISTIC DUMMIES--- THE SIZE OF SMALL WOMEN.

CLARENCE DITLOW/ CENTER FOR AUTO SAFETY SUVs and minivans are advertised as vehicles to take your family in. so you're going to have smaller people
12 SMALL S-U-V'S--- A SIDE CRASH AT 31 MILES PER HOUR--- THE RESULT?? (NAT: crash) ONLY TWO PASSED!!!

A SUBARU AND FORD WITH ONE KEY FEATURE. STACY CASE/REPORTING The Subaru forester and ford escape both offer standard side air bags with head and body protection. THOSE WITHOUT SIDE AIR BAGS SCORED MARGINAL OR POOR. THE MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PERFORMED THE WORST. THE BARRIER CRUSHED THE VEHICLE AND STRUCK THE DUMMY IN THE HEAD. OTHERS INCLUDING THE LAND ROVER FREELANDER AND TOYOTA RAV 4 DIDN'T FARE WELL EITHER. EXPERTS SAY EVEN THOSE THAT PROVE STURDY IN HEAD ON CRASHES.... NEED TO PASS THE SIDE CRASH TEST. CLARENCE DITLOW/CENTER FOR AUTO SAFETY Automakers should make it their priority to (EDIT ) put better airbags in the side of all vehicles CORNELIUS WILLINGHAM/FORD DEALERSHIP OWNER I think the market will dictate what's done.
THE CRASH TEST GOT THIS CUSTOMER'S ATTENTION...SIDE AIR BAGS WILL BE ON HER LIST WHEN SHE BUYS.
MADELLENNE ARIAS It would make me feel safer to have them. THE INSURANCE INSTITUTE IS WORKING WITH CARMAKERS TO ENCOURAGE VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE. THESE REVEALING RESULTS COULD SPEED THINGS UP. STACY CASE, CBS NEWS, CHARLOTTE.))

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An apparent hostage situation tonight at a bank near Chicago.
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Officials say at least one gunman is holding hostages at the First National bank in Plainfield- which is about 30 miles southwest of Chicago.
A SWAT team and police are surrounding the bank.
Police say four people in all were being held.
Two hostages have apparently been released and two more are still being held inside.
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More than one hundred Norfolk Southern employees briefly went on strike this morning.
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The International Association of Machinists Local 165 walked out at 6:15 this morning, citing a violation of the Railway Labor Act and unfair labor practices. A company spokesperson says the dispute started when non-NS workers replaced fuel pumps on locomotives. The workers were employees of the fuel pump manufacturer, but N-S says since the work was under warranty and they did not need to use union labor. U-S District Court Judge James Turk ordered an injunction against the strike at 9:30, ending the walkout.
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Sometimes landing a new job can be expensive. Now President Bush wants to give the unemployed money to help them find work and train for technology jobs.
The President wants Congress to approve a plan for personal re-employment accounts.
Those accounts
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would provide more than one million unemployed Americans with money to pay for training, childcare or relocating to a job.
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((AMERICANS WHO FACE THE GREATEST DIFFICULTY FINDING WORK UNDER THIS VISION WILL RECEIVE UP TO THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO USE IN THEIR JOB SEARCH.))
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The President says when his tax cuts begin creating new jobs there must be enough trained employees to fill those jobs.
President Bush says training will ensure that Americans keep up with advances in technology.

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Today on Healthcheck, we'll take a closer look at low-carb diets.
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[VO] Plus the woman behind the landmark abortion case wants the Supreme Court to overturn Roe-v-Wade.
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A Floyd County man will pay thousands of dollars for shooting to death his neighbor's dog.
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Bob Kempa, Jr. today pled no contest to a felony charge of cruelty to animals that was reduced to a misdemeanor. The shooting took place on 40-acres John Fallon and his wife were leasing in the Copper Hill section of Floyd County last August.
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((JOHN FALLON/DOG OWNER: IT WAS A HOT SUMMER DAY AS YOU KNOW AND SHE WAS WALKING UP THE STREAM IN THE BACK AND SHE SAW HIM ON THE TRAIL AND SHE WALKED UP TO HIM AND HE JUST SHOT HER.)) ((MIKE MASSEY/KEMPA'S ATTORNEY: APOLOGETIC, I MEAN, CERTAINLY YOU DON'T WANT TO EVER SHOOT SOMEONE'S COMPANION BUT HE WAS ALSO DEFENDING HIMSELF.))
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Massey says Kempa was hunting when the german shepherd lunged at him with bared fangs. Fallon says he doesn't know why Kempa was hunting on his property. Kempa was sentenced to a 30-day suspended jail term and 35-hundred dollars restitution.

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The woman known as "Jane Roe" in the Roe versus Wade case wants the landmark abortion decision overturned.
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Attorneys for Norma McCorvey petitioned the U-S Supreme Court to vacate the 1973 ruling.
She says public opinion has changed since then.
In a filing today, one of her attorneys cited what he called scientific evidence about the life of a fetus.
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((ALAN PARKER/MCCORVEY'S ATTORNEY: SINCE 1973, WHEN THE ROE COURT SAID WE DON'T KNOW WHEN HUMAN LIFE BEGINS, THERE HAS BEEN AN EXPLOSION OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE, DNA TECHNOLOGY, CLONING, THINGS THAT LIKE THAT SAY, IT IS A HUMAN BEING."))
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Because McCorvey was party to the original litigation, her attorneys say she can petition the court to reopen the case.
Since 1973, McCorvey has converted to Catholicism and has become an anti-abortion activist.

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Many people are turning to the Atkins and other low carbohydrate diets to lose weight.
In fact, two local D-J's are giving it a very public try.
But are these diets really any better than low fat diets?
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Joy Sutton spoke with a local dietitian and has some answers.
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Jean, A recent study did find that people tend to lose more weight at least in the first six months on low carb diets.
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But after a year the low carb and low fat diets had the same weightloss results.
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K92 Deejay Miggy Santos lost 10 pounds in the first week on the Atkins diet. He and his co-worker Kevin Scott are in a weightloss competition. They're on two different low carb diets. But Scott's Carb Addicts diet doesn't have the same restrictions.
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((THIS IS VERY SIMILIAR TO ATKINS OUTSIDE OF 60 MINUTE WINDOW THAT I HAVE PER DAY THAT I CAN HAVE THE CARBS THAT I WANT)) [RUNS07]
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In this competition whoever gets down to 2-hundred pounds first gets 5-hundred dollars from the loser.
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Dietitian Heather Cox says the reason you lose weight fast with these diets is because cutting out carbs not only causes you to lose more water weight at first --but it also reduces your number of calories.
But she says you do have to be careful.
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(( YOU CAN'T MAINTAIN A SEVERELY RESTRICTING CARB DIET LONG TERM UNLESS YOUR CHOOSING TO SUPPLEMENT WITH MULTI-VITAMINS BECAUSE YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE SOME DEFICIENCIES IN YOUR DIET. IN ADDITION, YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE TO ELIMINATE YOUR FAVORITE FOODS AND IS THAT SOMETHING YOU CAN BE SUCCESSFUL AT LONG TERM)) [RUNS15]
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New low carb foods on the market are making it easier for dieters. But Cox says with these you have to pay attention to more than just the amount of carbs.
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((THERE ARE SOME FOODS OUT THERE THAT MAYBE AREN'T AS GOOD AS CHOICE BECAUSE THEY ARE STILL GOING TO HAVE CALORIES AND IF YOU SUBSTITUTE THOSE IN ENOUGH AND YOU'RE NOT GOING TO BE IN A CALORIE DEFICIT AND THAT WEIGHTLOSS IS NOT GOING TO CONTINUE THE WAY YOU WANT IT TO)) [RUNS10]
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Both Scott and Santos admit they have cheated on the diet --but still feel they will be able to stick to it and win.

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To reach their weightloss goals Miggy Santos has about 60 more pounds to lose and Kevin Scott will need to shed about 75 more pounds.
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Jean,

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Coming up next on our newscast,
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we will tell you what this unusual wedding has to do with the weather.
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You may attend a lot of weddings this summer, but you probably will not see a June Bride anything like the one in this next story.
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Residents of a city in Southern India staged a donkey wedding yesterday.
It is a traditional ceremony held to please the Hindu Gods.
According to their scriptures, the donkey marriage helps bring the needed monsoon rains to the region.
It hasn't helped Southern India yet, but other regions report plenty of precipitation.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see how investors did today on Wall Street.
Then a little bit later, we'll see how a new invention is making city planners rethink the rules of the road.
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On Wall Street today, stocks edged higher in an up and down day as a string of better-than-expected economic data gave investors the courage to buy.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday two minute ticker. In ACC commissioner John Swofford's perfect world, he would add Syracuse, Miami and Boston College in the conference expansion.
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A conference call among ACC chancellors is tentatively set for tomorrow morning where the ACC could vote on expansion. At that time ACC president John Swofford should know if he has the seven necessary votes to offer invitations to the three schools. But reports indicate that adding just Miami is possible in a first wave of expansion, giving the ACC 10 teams.
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If the Big East just lost Miami, the conference would retain its spot in the Bowl Championship Series.

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Most of the talk in the Big East/ACC situation has surrounded football, but what about the other sports.
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Virginia Tech men's basketball coach Seth Greenberg spoke at Ramon and Damon Williams Twin Cord basketball camp this morning and feels the departure of Maimi, Sycause and Boston College will not have ill affects on the hard wood.
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The next race for the Nascar Craftsman Truck Series is the O'Reilly 200 in Memphis this Saturday. Stuart's Jon Wood is having a solid season despite losing the Navy as his primary sponsor a few weeks ago. He remains very positive.


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Rain is causing huge problems for the Pulaski Blue Jays. The Appalachian League team's season opener was postponed last night and this afternoon, the Blue Jays game against Martinsville was postponed again due to rain. Pulaski will open the season tomorrow against Martinsville in a double header that begins at six PM
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The Blue Jays did get acquainted with their new surroundings this past weekend in the New River Valley.
The strength of the club appears to be several strong arms, both in the starting rotation and in the bullpen.
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That's it for the ticker, see ya at six everybody.

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It made headlines when it first promised to revolutionize the way we travel.
Two years later the Segway has made inroads, but as Teri Okita reports, some cities want the scooters off the sidewalks.
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((WHEREVER IT GOES, THE SEGWAY TURNS HEADS.

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TRACK: JOHN HARRINGTON WAS ONE OF THE FIRST IN WASHINGTON, D-C TO GET ONE.

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SOT: Its more efficient for me from a cost standpoint, because Im not

having to go in and out of parking garages. Its better for the environment because Im using an electric-powered device instead of my car. (:08)
TRACK: IT USES BODY MOTION TO GO FORWARD, BACKWARD, OR STOP. THE SEGWAY COMPANY CLAIMS IT COULD CUT DOWN ON TRAFFIC AND POLLUTION. BUT JUST MONTHS AFTER HITTING THE MARKET, THERES SOME DEBATE ABOUT WHERE IT BELONGS.

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STANDUP BRIDGE: Here in Washington, DC and in dozens of other states, Segways are allowed on the sidewalks, but, some cities are saying no and are putting on the brakes.
NATSD: (Barbara) There are a lot of concerns.
TRACK: THE GOVERNORS HIGHWAY SAFETY ASSOCIATION SAYS MANY CITIES THAT DO ALLOW SEGWAYS ON SIDEWALKS AND STREETS WERE TOO QUICK TO PASS LAWS GIVING THE GREEN LIGHT AND NEED TO TAKE A SECOND LOOK.

(Super: Barbara Harsha/Governors Highway Safety Association)
SOT: Should there be a licensing requirement? Should there be a helmet

requirement? Should people have to have insurance as they do with other motor vehicles? (:10)
TRACK: BUT SEGWAY SAYS THE PRODUCT IS SO NEW, THAT BEFORE CITIES SAY NO, THEY SHOULD SAY I DONT KNOW.

(Super: Stacy Ferguson/Segway Spokeswoman)
SOT: There will have to be a lot of these on the sidewalks before the

fears that the pedestrian advocates have would even come close to realization. (:10)
TRACK: IN THE MEANTIME, OWNERS LIKE JOHN HARRINGTON WILL KEEP TURNING HEADS, ANSWERING QUESTIONS, AND CRUISING ALONG ON BUSY, CITY SIDEWALKS. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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