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Today on News 7 at 5, one man is dead and another is arrested after Roanoke County's first murder of the year.
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Also an employee of a Mississippi factory goes on a fatal shooting spree before taking his own life.
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As advertised, quite warm and increasing chances for thunderstorms after this evening. Also action in the tropics tonight. We will show you in a moment.

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The two Iranian twins who were joined at the head have died. We'll have the details.
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On the lighter side, we'll see a home with a lot of sole.
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Plus on Healthcheck, we will find out where families can get help for their loved ones with brain injuries. News 7 at 5 is next.

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The trial for the third defendant in a Pittsylvania County double homicide is over even before it begins
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The defendant has had a change of heart and now that could mean life or death.
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Matthew Shallenberger yesterday pled guilty to seven charges but planned to go to trial on the capital murder charges.

This morning however he pled guilty to all the charges.
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Shallenberger is accused in the October murders of Julian Lewis Jr. and his 25 year old son Charles at their Keeling home. Prosecutors say Shallenberger and another man, Rodney Fuller, joined Lewis' wife, Theresa, in a murder-for-hire scheme. Theresa Lewis was sentenced to die for the crime. Fuller pled guilty and is serving a life sentence.
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The sentencing phase for Shallenberger began this afternoon and will resume tomorrow.
He faces a life sentence or the death penalty.

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A man faces first degree murder charges for the shooting death of a 42-year-old Southwest Roanoke County man.
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23-year-old Muhammed Hamid Majeed was arrested at the scene of the crime ... a home on Larson Lane just before 11 a-m.
The house's owner, 42-year old Christopher Hanes, was found dead. Officials say the two know each other through business. Friends say it's possible that Majeed was renting property from Hanes.
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((DONNA L. FURROW/ROANOKE CO. ASST POLICE CHIEF; HE TURNED HIMSELF IN WITHOUT INCIDENT NO ONE WAS INJURED. WE DON'T USUALLY HAVE PROBLEMS IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD OR I'M NOT FAMILIAR WITH VERY MANY CALLS OVER HERE.))
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Other members of the Hanes family were home at the time of the shooting. They were taken to a neighbors house immediately after it happened. Friends describe the Hanes family as nice people who were involved in the neighborhood association. This is the first murder in Roanoke County this year. Majeed is expected to be arraigned this week.
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Hanes had worked at General Imports selling cars and most recently worked for the newspaper and owned rental properties.

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A man opened fire today at a Mississippi plant killing five people and then himself.
One former co-worker says the man had talked about wanting to kill people.
As Jennifer Donelan reports the shooting may have been racially motivated.
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((WHO KNEW WHEN THEY ARRIVED TO WORK AT THIS LOCKHEED MARTIN PLANT THAT THE DAY WOULD BE INTERRUPTED BY GUNFIRE...and several lives would be lost.
JUST OUTSIDE THE SMALL TOWN OF MERIDAN MISSISSIPPI A NIGHTMARE CONTINUES TO UNFOLD AS FAMILIES LEARN the fate of THEIR LOVED ONES. KILLED AT A PLACE WHERE THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN SAFE.
IT STARTED , AUTHORITIES SAY, WHEN ONE EMPLOYEE, Doug Williams, ARMED WITH A SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE AND A SHOTGUN - OPENED FIRE AT THE PLANT.
THE LOCAL SHERIFF BELIEVES PEOPLE WERE SHOT AT RANDOM. WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARED, 6 WERE DEAD INCLUDING THE SHOOTER WHO, AUTHORITIES SAY, APPEARS TO HAVE COMMITTED SUICIDE.
DOCTORS AT AREA HOSPITALS ARE TAKING CARE OF EVEN MORE EMPLOYEES.....ALL SUFFERING FROM GUNSHOT WOUNDS.
LITTLE IS KNOWN ABOUT THE SHOOTER WHO IS BELIEVED TO HAVE ACTED ALONE. SOME FELLOW WORKERS SAID THAT WILLIAMS HAD TALKED ABOUT WANTING TO KILL PEOPLE. ANOTHER WORKER SAID HE WAS KNOWN AS A RACIST. BUT THE SHERIFF SAID THERE WAS NO INDICATION RACE WAS A FACTOR IN THE KILLINGS. FOUR OF THE DEAD ARE BLACK...ONE WHITE.
SO FOR MANY THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION IS WHY DID ONE MAN UNLEASH SO MUCH ANGER ? JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS))

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The bodies of several people were found in a home in Bakersfield, California today.
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Police say two adult women, two children and an infant were apparently shot multiple times each.
Friends became concerned after they had not heard from them in a couple of days.
Officers say they don't know if robbery was a motive, but they are searching for what they call people of interest.


The identities of the victims have not been released.
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Coming up after the break, a former U-V-A basketball star learns his punishment following a brush with the law.

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[VO] Also the two twins who were undergoing surgery to lead separate lives have died.
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They took a brave gamble .... and lost.
Two Iranian born conjoined twins underwent risky surgery to try and lead separate lives, but that surgery did not work. Both twins have died.
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The 29 year old twins found the courage to undergo an unprecedented surgery trying to beat the odds.
A team of 28 doctors worked for fifty hours.
Once they were able to separate the sisters, trouble began.
The women were losing too much blood. Surgeons were never able to get the bleeding under control.
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((DR. PREM KUMAR NAIR: DESPITE THE BEST EFFORTS OF THE MEDICAL TEAM, THE TWINS WERE SUBSEQUENTLY IN A CRIRICAL STATE.))

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The two knew the attempt to separate could kill them, but before the surgery they were in high spirits.
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((WE HOPE THE UPCOMING SURGERY WILL BE SUCCESSFUL. AND WE FEEL HAPPY, EXCITED AND A LITTLE BIT NERVOUS. ESPECIALLY ME.))
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That spirit reportedly touched all knew them- doctors and nurses cried at the the operating table after the twins passed away.
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For one Salem family, an accident changed their lives forever. The crash left their daughter with a brain injury .
But what made matters worse is that her parents had no clue where to turn for help.
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That was until they found out about a new program.
Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean,
A new program to help families with children with brain injuries started in January.
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It offers a support network and access to a variety of resources to help families cope with a new way of life.
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An accident six years ago left Brenna Finck with a brain injury that took away her ability to walk or talk. Her parents wanted to give her the best life possible.
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((IT'S VERY DIFFICULT AND YOU DON'T KNOW WHERE YOU TO GO. YOU'RE FINE AND FUNCTIONING FAMILY AND ALL OF SUDDEN IT'S LIKE WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO PULL THIS INFORMATION FROM YOU DON'T HAVE A CLUE )) [RUNS13]
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They struggled on their own for years until they found out help was available through a new pediatric program offered by Brain Injury Services of Southwest, Virginia.
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(( THERE WAS NOTHING IN THE AREA TO SERVE CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURIES SO WE ARE FILLING A TREMENDOUS NEED FOR THIS AREA )) [RUNS11]
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The program has served as an advocate for the family to make sure Brenna has access to be the best care possible.
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((WE DO HAVE THE FLEXIBILITY TO HELP THE FAMILIES WHERE THEY NEED THE ASSISTANCE. HELP THE CHILDREN REINTEGRATE INTO THE COMMUNITY. HELP WITH THE SCHOOL SYSTEM AND HELP WITH A LOT OF THE TRANSITION SERVICES THAT THESE CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES FACE)) [RUNS15]
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The Fincks says the help was invaluable --and now they hope to use the program to help others.
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((THERE IS SO MUCH THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TO HELP FAMILIES THAT ARE GOING THROUGH WHAT WHAT WE'VE BEEN THROUGH YOU CAN'T PUT A PRICE ON IT)) [RUNS08]
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For more information about pediatric services through Brain Injury Services of Southwest, Virginia call 540-344-1200.
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Jean,

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Imagine medicine, manicures and massage all under one roof?
The concept has been in Europe for years. Now it's catching on in America.
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At the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle doctors are rolling out the red carpet treatment.
The dermatology department already looks like a mini spa.
It offers all sorts of treatments to pamper and improve skin.
There's also massage to ease aches, pain and stress.
Coming soon, a host of other services in a space dedicated to treatments and total well being including pedicures and manicures.
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((JENE BOHANNON/PATIENT: YOU KNOW THEY HAVE TO LIVE UP TO CERTAIN SANITARY EXPECTATIONS YOU KNOW THAT IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS THAT THERE ARE MD'S AVAILALBE NOT ONYL IN DERMATOLOGY BUT EVERYWHERE AROUND YOU.))
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One doctors says while it does bring in bucks for the hospital, it's also geared to give patients what they want.

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((DR. ULRIKE OCHS/VIRGINIA MASON MEDICAL CENTER: IT'S ALSO THE WHOLE IDEA OF ONE STOP SHOPPING. I MEAN WOMEN LIKE TO COME TO A PLACE WHERE THEY CAN GET A MASSAGE AND A MAMMOGRAM))
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Doctors say it's also designed to attract men too and she says hopefully it will make going to the hospital sweet medicine.
It won't just be a place to deal with disease, but also to spruce yourself up.
The Virginia Mason spa opens next summer but most spa services are NOT covered by insurance.
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Former basketball star Ralph Sampson found himself IN court today instead of on one.
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Sampson was sentenced to two years probation for failure to pay child support for a 14-year-old daughter living near Fredericksburg.
He was also fined one-thousand dollars.
The former U-V-A and N-B-A standout pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge.
He could have been sentenced to six months in jail.
At one time, Sampson owed more than 22-thousand dollars in child support.
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((FRED HEBLICH/SAMPSON'S ATTORNEY: HE SIMPLY FELL BEHIND. HE WAS PAYING SUPPORT AT A LEVEL THAT HAD BEEN SET WHEN HE WAS MAKING HUGE SUMS OF MONEY AND HIS INCOME DECLINED DRASTICALLY AFTER HE STOPPED PLAYING.))
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In April, Sampson was sentenced to a year of probation for failing to pay child support for another daughter in the Charlottesville area.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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[VO] two Americans are probably second guessing their decision to run with the bulls today.
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The Bulls apparently won day two of the annual running in Pamplona, Spain.
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Two Americans and one Australian are recovering from injuries suffered when bulls gored them today.
57- year- old Al Chesson of Pittsburgh was jabbed and thrown around by one of the animals for nearly 30 seconds.
The former Marine says he's run with the bulls 40 or 50 times, but this was the first time he was hurt.
Another American from Los Angeles was gored in the arm.
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Coming up today in Sports, Virginia Tech's head football coach talks about the future.
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Then a little later, we'll show you a home so cozy, not even the toughest heel can resist it.
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Technology shares led the way today as Wall Street registered another win. But as Ed Crane tells us, there was some sluggishness in the blue chips.
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((GOOD AFTERNOON STOCKS WERE GREEN ACROSS THE BOARD AGAIN TODAY BUT IT TOOK THE DOW ALMOST THE ENTIRE SESSION TO GET INTO POSITIVE TERRITORY, WHILE THE NASDAQ WAS STRONG ALL DAY LONG. .AND NOW TRADING AT A 14 MONTH HIGH. HERE'S HOW THINGS FINISHED: THE DOW GAINING 6 AND THE NASDAQ GAINED 25 TECH STOCKS WERE VERY STRONG TODAY, BUYING WAS SPARKED BY DATA STORAGE GIANT E-M-C'S BILLION DOLLAR ALL STOCK PURCHASE OF SOFTWEAR MAKER LEGATO SYSTEMS... THE OTHER BIG MERGER MEANT A JACKPOT FOR SHAREHOLDERS OF ROADWAY SYSTEMS, SHARES OF THE TRUCKING COMPANY SHOT UP 15 DOLLARS AFTER WORD CAME THAT ROADWAY WOULD MERGE WITH YELLOW COPORATION....TO FORM A 6 BILLION DOLLAR A YEAR FREIGHT GIANT... THE OTHER BIT OF GOOD NEWS CAME FROM THE FED, WHICH REPORTS CONSUMERS WERE SPENDING IN DROVES IN MAY TAKING ON 7 BILLION DOLLARS IN NEW DEBT...MUCH OF IT ON CREDIT CARDS THE REST ON NEW CARS, TRUCKS AND APPLIANCES.... INTEL GAINED.CROSSING A 52 WEEK HIGH Gm fared well announcing a new EXTENSION OF THOSE ZERO PERCENT FINANCING DEALS HOME DEPOT BUFFERING LOSSES FROM DOW COMPONENTS A-T-T, BOEING AND COCA COLA. TWO OTHER DOW COMPONENTS FELL ON ANALYST DOWNGRADES , EASTMAN KODAK AND HONEY WELL. AS FAR AS SECTORS GO, INVESTORS LIKED BROKERAGE AND AIRLINE STOCKS TODAY, WHILE SNUBBING OIL, GOLD AND UTILITY STOCKS. GET MORE BUSINESS NEWS ANYTIME AT CBS DOT MARKETWATCH DOT COM.... IM ED CRANE IN NEW YORK))
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Two minute ticker which starts on the college football field. We have heard from many of the Virginia Tech coaches and athletes on the move to the ACC. Today Steve Mason caught up with head football coach Frank Beamer to get his initial thoughts.
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((Frank Beamer will shake hands and embrace his Big East coaching brethren for the final time this season and he speaks for the entire Tech football program in saying thank you to the Big East. ((:))
The admiration and respect is mutual. Coach Beamer recently received emails from both Big East commissioner Mike Trangese and ACC boss John Swofford wishing him a speedy recovery from his brief hospital stay. Beamer also received an email from Miami coach Larry Coker, who combine to bring the ACC appearances in the last three national championship games.)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))

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Education and Football are once again teaming together to score a touchdown for the City of Roanoke.
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Total Action Against Poverty is helping dropouts go back and finish their education. The Western Virginia Education Classic football game is helping them do so.
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((SHERMAN LEA/CHAIRMAN OF TAP: WE THINK THAT NO CHILD, NO STUDENT SHOULD BE LEFT BEHIND AND WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYBODY, EVERY STUDENT HAS A CHANCE TO EITHER GET A GED OR SOME TYPE OF VOCATIONAL SKILL.))
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[VO] This is going to be the 4th year TAP has had the football game. This year will match Virginia Union against Saint Augustine's College.
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((Purchase a ticket to attend the game. Lets fill Victory Stadium up on October 4th with the game between Virginia Union and Saint Augustine College to show everybody were concerned about education in our community.))
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With the help of TAP and the proceeds of the football game, the rate has dropped from 6 to almost 4 percent since 1998.
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Much more coming up at the top of the hour including a new baseball coach at UVa. Have a great night everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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If you love shoes, a little old lady in Pennsylvania has the house for you.
It's a lovely home where you can really put your feet up.
Carrie Fairchild explains.
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((LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO CALL HOME? HOW ABOUT A FENCED IN YARD, LOTS OF TREES, AND A SPACIOUS FLOOR PLAN? IT'S GOT THREE BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, A LIVINGROOM AND A LARGE HALLWAY.> AND IT'S GOT "SOLE", LITERALLY! IT'S A SHOE! THIS IS THE ONLY SHOE HOUSE IN THE WORLD!> YOU'VE SEEN THE OUTSIDE, BUT NOW HERE'S A PEEK INSIDE THE HAINES SHOE HOUSE THAT'S NOW ON THE MARKET. I'M THE OLD LADY WHO LIVES IN A SHOE.> 77 YEAR OLD RUTH MILLER AND HER HUSBAND BUD RUN TOURS THROUGH HERE--BUT ARE LOOKING TO SELL THE PLACE BECAUSE IT'S TOO MUCH WORK. THERE'S GOTTA BE SOMEBODY THAT LIKES ODD THINGS LIKE I DO.> FIRST WE'LL START IN THE LIVINGROOM-- EVERY WINDOW HAS LEAD CUT GLASS.> NOW ONTO THE MASTERBEDROOM--REMEMBER WE'RE IN A SHOE. THIS IS THE TOE BACK TO THE ARCH, THE BATHROOM IS IN THE ARCH OF THE SHOE.> THE HOME WAS BUILT IN THE '40'S BY SHOE BUSINESSMAN--MAHLON HAINES. IT'S NOW AN ICE CREAM PARLOR AND A TOURIST ATTRACTION. YOU'RE AT THE SHOELACES. SEE EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE HAS TO FIT INTO A SHOE. NO TWO ROOMS ARE ALIKE.> THE KITCHEN LOOKS NORMAL--BUT YOU'LL SPOT SHOES EVERYWHERE. EVERY HANDLE ON THE SILVERWARE HAS A SHOE ON IT.> STANDUP THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE IN YOUR FAMILY--EVEN THE FURRIEST. CHECK THIS OUT--IT'S A SHOE SHAPED DOGHOUSE!> AND IT CAN BE YOURS FOR 129-THOUSAND DOLLARS! ANY POTENTIAL BUYERS? TOM STELLHORN WHAT YOU THINK, WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE IN A SHOE? IT MIGHT BE FUN FOR THE SUMMER.> RUTH SAYS IT MIGHT TAKE SOME TIME, BUT SOMEONE WILL FALL HEAD OVER HEELS FOR THIS SHOE. ))

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