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Coming up - Firefighters say it may take several weeks to contain a fire that's burned four thousand acres and destroyed hundreds of homes.
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and a train crashes near Los Angeles - hitting several homes. Searches are underway for anyone injured in the derailment.
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How first weekend of summer will feature a drier outlook and temperatures on the pleasant side. Details and the beach outlook just ahead.

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Also ahead - State funding isn't keeping pace with tuition increases at state universities.
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And in health check obesity is a growing trend among teens - but many are turning to surgery instead of traditional diets.
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Plus - Teens are taking it all off for a very non-traditional summer camp. [Open]
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((WE TRIED TO GET AS MUCH STUFF AS WE COULD NOW THE THOUGHT OF EVERYTHING BURNING DOWN IS REALLY UPSETTING.))
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People in Arizona find out their homes are gone- More than 250 houses ouside Tuscon are on fire-and more could be in danger.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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More wind and no rain are making it tough for firefighters.
One estimate says it'll take two to three weeks to contain the flames.
A mountain community is most affected.
As Jennifer Miller reports many in Summerhaven are finding out what if anything is left.
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((MOTHER NATURE IS NOT HELPING. POWERED BY WICKED WINDS THAT WON'T LET UP -- THE ASPEN FIRE HAS ENGULFED MORE THAN 3-THOUSAND ACRES.
THE RAGING INFERNO....NOW INTO ITS SECOND DAY -- IS STILL RIPPING THROUGH A MOUNTAINTOP VACATION VILLAGE NEAR TUCSON. LARRY HUMPHREY/INCIDENT COMMANDER "By the time this thing ignited it was pretty much a forgone conclusion, this thing was gonna go where it wanted to go."
THE FAST-MOVING FLAMES TORCHED MORE THAN 250 HOMES OVERNIGHT. CREWS ARE NOW PLOTTING A COUNTER-ATTACK TO STOP THE BLAZE FROM DESTROYING EVEN MORE.
CLIFF MALOY/WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER "We're just trying to figure out the safest way to get the engines in there and try to save as many homes as we can." THE BLAZE HAS WIPED OUT HALF OF SUMMERHAVEN'S COMMUNITY ALREADY -- SENDING HUGE PLUMES OF SMOKE INTO THE SKY. IN THE RACE TO STOP THE FIRE FROM SPREADING....CREWS SAY THEY'RE FIGHTING MORE THAN FLAMES.
Humphrey - "With the winds and the way the canyons funnel the winds, this is extremely difficult country and it's very dangerous." WITH MORE HIGH WINDS ON THE HORIZON.....RESIDENTS FEAR THE WORST IS YET TO COME. IN A RESORT AREA THAT DEPENDS ON TOURIST DOLLARS TO SURVIVE -- THIS FIRE IS CLEARLY TAKING ITS TOLL.
RESIDENT: "I don't know if the shop is even there and if there's even a job to go back to." OVER 6-HUNDRED FIREFIGHTERS ARE BATTLING THE BLAZE ALONG WITH AIR TANKERS AND CHOPPERS... .... ALL AIMING TO REIGN IN THE FLAMES BEFORE ANY MORE DAMAGE IS DONE.
FIREFIGHTERS HAVE MANAGED TO SAVE ABOUT A HUNDRED HOMES -- BUT THE BLAZE IS THREATENING HUNDREDS MORE. AND AT THIS POINT - THE WEATHER IS HURTING - NOT HELPING. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEAR TUSCON, AZ.))


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A freight train packed with lumber jumped the tracks near Los Angeles.
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The derailment sent lumber flying off the train and crashing into track side homes. At least a dozen people are injured though none seriously.
Rescuers are now searching the debris for anyone who might be trapped.
The accident happened in Commerce, California- sending lumber over a wide area- some boards even landed on top of buildings.
The wreck also left freight cars in a pile on the track.
An official says the train was carrying lumber only and had no hazardous materials on board.
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President Bush hopes everyone's on board to move ahead with the Middle East peace plan.
Despite recent violence- he's trying to start up the process yet again.
Aleen Sirgany now with more on what's being done- even as another attack is reported in the West Bank.
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((PALESTINIAN GUNMEN OPENED FIRE IN THE WEST BANK KILLING AT LEAST ONE ISRAELI TODAY, EVEN AS SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL WAS IN THE REGION HOPING TO HELP END THE VIOLENCE. IN AN EFFORT TO SALVAGE THE ROADMAP TO PEACE, POWELL MET SEPARATELY WITH ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON AND PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER MAHMOUD ABBAS, ENCOURAGING BOTH LEADERS TO TAKE THE STEPS TOWARD PEACE. COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE We all have work to do and best way forward for both pal and israeli people is decisive action. THE ACTION THE PALESTINIANS MUST TAKE, POWELL WARNED, IS TO IMMEDIATELY END THE TERROR ATTACKS. HE DENOUNCED HAMAS AS QUOTE AN ENEMY OF PEACE. HE TOLD THE PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER ITS NOT ENOUGH TO REACH A CEASE FIRE WITH MILITANT GROUPS, THEY MUST ALSO BE STRIPPED OF POWER. POWELL: Hamas and other org perhaps, do not have the right answer. ABBAS AGREED BUT ALSO ARGUED ISRAEL NEEDS TO DO THE RIGHT THING AND EASE THE RESTRICTIONS ON THE PALESTINIANS AND STOP SETTLEMENT BUILDING. ARIEL SHARON WARNED AS LONG AS THE VIOLENCE CONTINUES, THE ROADMAP TO PEACE WILL FAIL. Voice of translator for:ARIEL SHARON/ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ) So long as there is terror, there will be no political process. Political process cannot coincide with terror. SINCE THE MIDDLE EAST PEACE SUMMIT TWO WEEKS AGO, NEARLY 70 PEOPLE IN THE REGION HAVE BEEN KILLED. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBSNEWS, WASHINGTON.)



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Henry County workers are hoping a major employer makes it through tough times.
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Fiedcrest Mills is owned by Pillowtex ... a company that's having major financial troubles. The Fieldcrest plant employs one thousand people. Workers say if it closes, it would devastate the community. County officials say they're aware of rumors the plant is in trouble but say they've been told it's profitable and will remain open.
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((TIM HALL/DEPUTY COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR; WE'RE RELATIVELY CONFIDENT THAT SHOULD SOMETHING HAPPEN AND WE HOPE IT DOESN'T THAT SOMEONE WOULD STEP IN AND KEEP THIS PLANT OPERATIONAL AND PRODUCE THE PRODUCT OUT OF IT WITH THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN DOING THIS FOR YEARS.))
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A Pillowtex spokesman says they're looking at many options to deal with financial issues, including selling or filing bankruptcy. Coming up at 6, we'll hear from workers at the plant.
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The cost of a college education is on the rise in Virginia, but state funding isn't keeping up.
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The General Assembly's goal is for the state to cover half of the estimated student need. A report released yesterday found that financial aid money for the budget year that starts at the beginning of next month will only cover about 36-percent of the demand. The study also found that the average cost at a four year school for undergraduates will be nearly eleven-thousand dollars for the upcoming year.
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Is surgery the answer to teen obesity? We'll take a look at the benefits and risks in today's health check.
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[VO] and some kids are baring it all for camp this summer. Find out the stark realities of this retreat for teens when we return.
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Organizers say it is just like church camp but without clothes.
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The Whitetail Park Youth summer camp is a week of swimming, sleeping in tents, campfire sing-alongs and talent shows.
Except these campers rough it in the buff.
The youth nudist camp, in eastern Virginia, is the third one of its kind in the nation.
30 kids ages eleven to 18 are expected to participate.
Despite the dress code, or lack of one, organizers say their camp is just like any other.
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The camp in Virginia is not the only one where kids bare it all. One in Florida does the same.
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Eric Jackson spends most of his time in the nude, and so do his kids.
The family lives at a nude resort, so Jackson sees no problem with sending his daughter Ally to a nudist summer camp for kids.
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((ERIC JACKSON/LIVES AT NUDE RESORT: THE REST OF THE WORLD DOESN'T QUITE UNDERSTAND THE WAY WE LIVE. WE'RE NOT FOR EVERYBODY AND WE DON'T TRY TO BE. BUT WE HAVE A GREAT CAMP HERE FOR KIDS. IT'S A VERY WHOLESOME ENVIRONMENT.))
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Kids at this camp do the same things as those at other camps.
Just without clothes.
And as you may have guessed, it's causing quite the controversy.
Today Florida congressman Mark Foley urged Governor Jeb Bush to do away with camps like these, saying they create recipes for disaster.
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Losing weight at any age isn't easy - especially when you have hundreds to lose.
And as obesity among teens continues to rise, so does the popularity of stomach surgery. But how healty of a solution is the trend for minors? Elizabeth Cohen has more.
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((JOSE JIMENEZ USED TO WEIGH 350 POUNDS.
THEN LAST YEAR, AT THE AGE OF 16, HE HAD OBESITY SURGERY... WHAT YOU MAY KNOW AS STOMACH STAPLING.
NOW, THE SURGERY MADE HIS STOMACH SMALLER SO HE CAN'T EAT AS MUCH.
THE RESULT: IN 7 MONTHS HE LOST 100 POUNDS, AND IS STILL LOSING.
"I wanted something that would work for me and i knew that the surgery would do that."
SO WAS JOSE LOOKING FOR A QUICK FIX?
HE ADMITS....HIS ATTEMPTS AT DIET AND EXERCISE WERE HALF-HEARTED.
"once in a while i would try to get into an exercise habit but normally that ended up not working out."
HIS MOTHER SAYS SHE TRIED TO GET HIM TO STOP OVEREATING.
"I was always telling him... Don't do this, don't do that, but of course the refrigerator's there, everything is there, they just eat."
SO THIS IS THE CONTROVERSY AROUND OBESITY SURGERY FOR TEENS: SOME DOCTORS QUESTION WHETHER IT IS ETHICAL TO PERMANENTLY ALTER A YOUNG PERSON'S BODY, ESPECIALLY IF THEY HAVEN'T REALLY TRIED TO LOSE WEIGHT IN A SAFER WAY, AND WHETHER A TEENAGER IS MATURE ENOUGH TO COMMIT TO SUCH A BIG DECISION?
"It's important to emphasize that obesity surgery has many severe and in some cases life threatening risks in itself so how do we make the decision to proceed with something such as this in children.'
BUT DOCTOR FLANCBAUM JOSE'S SURGEON SAYS WHEN ANYONE WEIGHS 350 POUNDS, STUDIES HAVE SHOWN DIET AND EXERCISE DON'T USUALLY WORK...AND SURGERY REALLY IS THE ONLY SOLUTION.
"They already have diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and they're just walking time bombs by the time they would get to be 30."
DOCTORS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ISSUE AGREE... IT'S SAD THERE ARE SO MANY 350 POUND 16 YEAR OLDS THESE DAYS....AND IT'S SAD THE MEDICAL SYSTEM COULDN'T HELP THEM BEFORE THEY GOT THAT BIG.
ELIZABETH COHEN CNN ATLANTA. ))
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Roanoke's Lebanese community is preparing for a grand festival this weekend. Brent Watts has managed to get us a sneak preview.
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An event this weekend will not only tickle your taste buds, but also give you a taste of the Lebanese culture. The Fifth Annual Lebanese Festival kicks off tomorrow at St. Elias Catholic Church in Roanoke.
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A conference call is set for the ACC and Tech - we'll have the latest on the situation in sports -
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It takes more than magic to protect a precious "Order of the Pheonix".
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Friday ticker. There is new information in the continuing Big East/ACC expansion saga. News 7 sports has learned from two different people that Duke and North Carolina will vote against ACC expansion of any type.
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Sources also indicate that four teams will be included in the expansion, which bodes extremely well for Virginia Tech. This means the ACC hopes to expand to a 13 team conference.
The ACC presidents council has reportedly called for a conference call tomorrow morning at nine AM. What will will be discussed in that call is not known at this time, but one can speculate that the ACC could vote on whether or not to take a site visit to Tech with in the next week.
ACC bylaws say there has to be a site visit by the ACC before an invitation can be extended.
Coming up tonight on news 7 at six, words from Tech athletic director Jim Weaver from this afternoon.
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Winston Cup drivers are still a half hour away from qualifying for the Dodge/Save Mart 350 at the Infineon 11 turn road course in Sonoma, California which is scheduled to get underway at six o'clock. This is the 16th race of the season. The race is Sunday at three.

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Now a few weeks ago, Jeff Gordon tied his hand at formula one racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Gordon drove Juan Pablo Montoya's car. The Rainbow Warrior's only exposure to a formula one car before this outing was on a video game. Gordon was impressive, laying down a lap only 1.3 seconds slower than Montoya's best lap.
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Formula one has not had an American driver since 1993. Montoya took his turn in Gordon's number 24 Monte Carlo and while his formula one car is 30 miles an hour faster, he was still very challenged.
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The Roy Stanley Memorial celebrity golf tournament is exactly one week away and there are still spots left if you wanna play, so sign up.
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You can do so by going to WDBJ7. com. NFL HOuston Texans linebacker and former UVa star Shannon taylor shouldbe there.
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That's iot for the ticker, more on the Tech-ACC-Big East situation tonight at six, have a great weekend everybody.

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Muggles had to pull out all the stops to protect the first signed edition of the latest Harry Potter book.
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The copy of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" was flown in on a personal jet and brought in via armored car inside a pad locked clear briefcase. The fifth book in the boy wizard series is in a display case in the New York Public library's lobby for the next two days. Next week it will join the original Winnie the Pooh stuffed toys and Mary Poppin's umbrella at the Donnell Library Center.
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It's up to 180 million dollars,
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and the Mega-Millions machines are busy. The story, and the drawing
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