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Today on News 7 at 5, the man police want to talk to about five murders in California surrendered today in North Carolina. We'll have the details.
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Plus an accident this morning claims the life of a man from Ridgeway.
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Strong winds topple trees as severe thunderstorms move through the area. We will check on their progress in a moment.

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The federal government wants to see more changes made to food labels. We'll tell you why.
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Joy Sutton will tell us what parents and coaches need to know to protect their children from the summer heat.
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Plus Mike Stevens will have the afternoon baseball highlights as Tom Glavine faces his old team.
News 7 at 5 is next.
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[5-Roanoke-WX]


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Another day of severe weather. This time-- it's high wind that's left its mark on parts of our viewing area.
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In southwest Roanoke, it was trees that took the brunt of the wind which was estimated at anywhere from 40- to 70 miles per hour. A large tree limb fell on one house while another large tree limb fell on the neighbor's vehicle blocking Carolina Avenue although the owner didn't hear a thing.
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The wind also brought down a power line on another nearby street.
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A Henry County man died this morning in an accident that tied up busy Route 220 for more than two hours.
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State Police say 48 year old Albert Michael Collins of Ridgeway somehow lost control of his minivan just north of Boones Mill around 6-20 AM.
After hitting the median, the van continued into oncoming traffic where it was hit by a trailer tractor.
Collins not wearing a seat belt. The driver of the truck was not injured.
No charges have been filed.
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The man accused of shooting a Roanoke County resident remains in custody without bond. Records say at the scene of the crime he told police "I don't know why I did it."
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23-year -old Muhammed Majeed was arraigned in court today. He faces first degree murder charges and a felony weapon charge. Police say Majeed gunned down 42-year-old Christopher Hanes in his home on Larson Lane yesterday morning. The suspect and victim knew each other. Hanes rented this home on Welton Avenue to Majeed. Court records say Majeed claimed Hanes owed him over 5-hundred dollars for a security deposit. Friends and family describe Christopher Hanes as a wonderful man who sold cars and most recently distributed newspapers. Records also show that Christopher Hanes was set to go on trial in August for a felony charge of not revealing he was a convicted felon when trying to obtain a firearm. The nature of that felony conviction is unknown.
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Police say they've found no connection between yesterday's shooting and Mr. Hanes' problems.

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An elementary school vice principal wanted for questioning in several murders in California, turns himself in across the country in North Carolina.
It was yesterday that the man's estranged wife, mother in law and children were found dead.
Manuel Gallegus now with the latest from Bakersfield, California.
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A woman with dozens of dogs has apparently found a solution to the problems with her Roanoke neighbors. We'll have more on that after the break.
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[VO] Plus Trans fats are in many of the foods you eat, but you may not know it. Now the federal government wants to make sure you do.
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Another top Iraqi official is captured- this time Saddam Hussein's Interior Minister.
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Mahmoud Diyab al-Ahmed was captured by coalition forces on Tuesday.
He was number 2 in the U-S deck of the 55 most wanted Iraqis.
Also in custody- a senior member of the Baath Party gave himself up to U-S forces. He was number 23 on the list.
That means 35 of the 55 most wanted are now in custody.
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[5-Transfat-labels]


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If you've been eating packaged food, chances are you've probably been eating trans fats.
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Now the Food and Drug Administration wants you to know when there's trans fat in your foods.
The F-D-A is ordering companies to list a food's trans fat content on the label.
Trans Fat is found in almost 40 percent of food on grocery store shelves. It's in everything from oreos to margarine.
It's been linked to an increased risk of several diseases.
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((TOMMY THOMPSON/HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SECRETARY: IT INCREASES THE LDL THE BAD PART OF THE CHOLESTEROL THAT CAUSES HEART DISEASE.)) [BUTT TO 54] ((MARK MCCLELLAN/COMMISSIONER FDA: THE CHANGE IN THE NUTRITION LABEL THAT SECRETARY THOMPSON ANNOUNCED TODAY MEANS THAT TRANS FAT CAN NO LOGNER LURK HIDDEN IN OUR FOOD CHOICES.))
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Trans fat is made by adding hydrogen to good fat, giving foods a longer shelf life.
Food companies are already preparing for the change. Frito lay has announced its eliminating trans fat from a handful of its products.
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Children who play sports or are active outdoors in hot weather are at risk for heat related problem.
In fact, children are more at risk than adults --and that's why parents and coaches need to be aware of the signs and symptoms.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean, The most common heat illnesses for children are dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke.
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But the good news is that those illness can be prevented and treated if caught early.
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((Children aren't equipped to handle heat as well as adults, that's because they don't sweat as much, making it difficult for them to cool off.
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((CHILDREN HAVE A SMALLER SURFACE AREA AND THEREFORE THEY AREN'T ABLE TO EVAPORATE AS MUCH SO THEY HAVE A LARGER CHANCE OF HAVING HEAT PROBLEMS, HEAT EXHAUSTION, HEAT STROKE AND THINGS LIKE THAT)) [RUNS13]
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Children with pre-existing condition such as asthma and diabetes are even more at risk.
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((CHILDREN WITH DIABETES TOO ARE BURNING UP A LOT OF SUGAR WHEN THEY'RE OUTSIDE PLAYING AND IT SEEMS TO BE WORSE WHEN IT IS HOT AND SO THEY ARE MORE AT RISK OF HAVING LOW BLOOD SUGAR)) [RUNS08]
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There are warnings signs that indicate a heat related problem. If you child is experiencing dehydration he or she will suffer from dry mouth, thirst and dizziness.
If the conditions escalates to heat exhaustion symptoms include loss of coordination, profuse sweating, and nausea or vomiting.
And with the most serious heat related illness, heat stroke, nausea and vomiting, hot and wet or dry skin, and an increased heat rate are warning signs.
But how do you know when it is too hot for your child to even play outside?
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((CERTAINLY WHEN YOU GET INTO THE 80'S AND 90'S LIKE IT HAS BEEN LATELY AND THE HUMIDITY IS HIGH THAN YOU'RE AT HIGHER RISK OF HAVING PROBLEM. SO THOSE ARE THE THINGS THEY NEED TO THINK ABOUT NOT ONLY THE TEMPERATURE BUT THE HUMIDITY LEVELS)) [RUNS12]
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To make your child is properly hydrated he or she should a five to ten minute rest and fluid beak for every 15 to 30 minutes of activity depending on the heat and humidity level. [FS]
If you'd like more information on heat illness or other sports related injuries Carilion is holding a free seminar on July 19.
For more information or to register call 540-981-7641.
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Jean,

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A Roanoke woman whose 57 dogs placed her at odds with neighbors and the law says she's solving the problem.
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Caroline Laprad and her dogs are moving to the country.
Her lawyer confirms she's signed a lease on some property in Patrick County.
The city gave her until next week to do something about her animals.
Laprad says she may need some extra time to move ALL her dogs ... and a way to get them there.
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((CAROLINE LAPRAD/DOG HOARDER: THE ONLY PROBLEM I HAVE NOW IS FINDING TRANSPORTATION FOR MY BABIES. BUT I'LL FIND IT. SOMEWHERE I WILL FIND IT. I'VE COME THIS FAR, AND I'LL GO THE REST OF THE WAY BUT I WILL FIND IT. ))
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City law limits households to four dogs.
Laprad's neighbors have been asking the city to enforce the law for years. Last month, it issued an ultimatum to get rid of the animals or move.
Laprad says moving is her only option because the pets are her family.
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Brent Watts says hold your horses, because up next, he will visit a unique and free performance at the Salem Fair.
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The Salem Fair is in full swing and along with the rides and food, there are plenty of free performances to check out while you're there. Brent Watts stopped by one such attraction for a little horseplay.
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Coming up following our Marketwatch report,
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we'll see how the town of Glasgow is going WAY BACK for a blast from the past.
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On Wall Street today, stock prices ended mostly lower as investors cashed in profits following two days of gains.


Ed Crane has more in today's Marketwatch report.
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Good afternoon everybody - the midweek ticker begins at Shea Stadium where the Atlanta Braves looked to once again feast on the lowly Mets.
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And who better to take the brunt of their punishment today than former Brave Tom Glavine. In the first - Chipper Jones will drop in for a run scoring single on the right baseline. Rafael Furcal will score to make it 1-to-nothing Braves.
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Andruw Jones would then lace one up the middle and plate Gary Sheffield from third. The Braves beat the Mets 6-to-3. Atlanta has now won 6 in a row.
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A local baseball team will play on a field of dreams later this week. The Martinsville Trenchers are an under-11 AAU team that has been selected to play in the US -SSA World Series in Overland Park, Kansas.
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The Trenchers include 13 players from the Martinsville and Henry County area. The team has played in tournaments all over the Mid Atlantic region including the state tournament in Richmond last month. Now it's on to the nationals.


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Virginia Tech head football coach Frank Beamer has put away the golf clubs for the summer and is back in Blacksburg preparing for the 2003 football season.
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He will play his final season in the Big East and it should be a good one, considering the conference boasts the defending national runner-up in Miami and Pitt, Syracuse, West Virginia and Boston College should also be tough. A challenging last season in the Big East should prepare the Hokies for the ACC in 2004. In one ESPN poll, six of the top 16 ranked teams in the country will be ACC members in 2004.
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More of the day's sports is on the way at the top of the hour. Including a new charitable program that is being tag teamed by Tiger Woods and Target. Jean will be right back in just a moment. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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The Town of Glasgow in Rockbridge County has been invaded again...
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by some menacing looking fiberglass dinosaurs. Today, three more dinosaurs arrived and were put into place. After the first batch of dinos were put up by artist Mark Cline on April Fool's day, the town and Cline have teamed together to form an advertising campaign, promoting "The Town that Time Forgot."
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((MARK CLINE/ARTIST; BEFORE, THE TOWN'S IDENTITY WAS FLOODING, NOW IT'S DINOSAURS, IT SEEMS TO BE WORKING FOR THE TOWN, IT'S BRINGING IN A LOT OF TOURISTS. I WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT THE TOWN THAT TIME FORGOT WILL BE REMEMBERED.))
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Cline says the dinosaurs will stay put throughout this year.
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A dog on Cape Cod in Massachusetts is thankful to be free Wednesday after firefighters rescued him from a drainage pipe.
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Cody the basset hound was missing for five days while his owners searched frantically for him.
There was no sign of the dog all week until this morning when a passerby heard his howls coming from an underground pipe.
Rescuers were called in and were able to dig out the pipe and shake Cody free. Cody was reunited briefly with his owner before being taken to the hospital.
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