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Just ahead on News 7 at 5, a judge pronounces sentence for an admitted killer, and explains his decision.
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And try to stop people from honking here in Lynchburg .. even if the signs say it's against the law.
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Kicking off the weekend with a really sharp forecast. Details and the latest from the beach just ahead.

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Remember "Comical Ali", who claimed US troops were nowhere near Baghdad? Wait till you see him now.
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And on Healthcheck, tanning without the sun. We'll give some of them a try, and see how they go over.
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And a rubdown with a reuben? We'll visit a local restaurant where a massage is part of the lunch. News at 5 is next.


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Where did misinformation about Iraq's banned weaons program come from? Today President Bush ispointing the finger at the CIA.
Teri Okita has the latest from Washington- as President Bush once again finds himself on the defensive.
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(( ANOTHER DAY ON THE DEFENSIVE FOR PRESIDENT BUSH WHO'S NOW POINTING THE FINGER AT THE C-I-A FOR MISINFORMATION ABOUT IRAQS BANNED WEAPONS PROGRAM. TERI OKITA REPORTS.
A WASHINGTON BLAME GAME IS BEING PLAYED OUT OVER FALSE INFORMATION THAT IRAQ TRIED TO BUY URANIUM FROM NIGER. ON A STOP IN AFRICA, PRESIDENT BUSH CLAIMED THE C-I-A SIGNED OFF ON HIM USING THAT INFORMATION IN HIS STATE-OF-THE-UNION ADDRESS.
Bush: I gave a speech to the nation that was cleared by the intelligence services, and it was a speech that detailed to the American people the dangers posed to the American people, the dangers posed by the Saddam Hussein regime.
THE WHITE HOUSE USED THE ACCUSATIONS AS A RALLYING POINT FOR WAR, BUT NOW ADMITS THE INFORMATION WAS WRONG BASED ON FAULTY BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. NEVERTHELESS, TOP ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS HAVE BEEN ON PARADE IN RECENT DAYS DEFENDING THEMSELVES AGAINST CHARGES THEY MISLED THE PUBLIC.
BUT EARLIER THIS WEEK, A RETIRED U-S INTELLIGENCE INSIDER SAID THE C-I-A DID RAISE OBJECTIONS OVER WORDING IN THE SPEECH AND WARNED THE PRESIDENTS NATIONAL SECURITY TEAM THAT THE INFORMATION WASNT GOOD ENOUGH TO GO WITH. Greg Thielmann/Former U.S. Intelligence Official: I believe the Bush administration did not provide an accurate picture to the American people of the military threat posed by Iraq. Some of the fault lies with the performance of the intelligence community, but most of it lies with the way senior officials misused the information they were provided. NOW DEMOCRATS ARE CALLING FOR A FULL INVESTIGATION. Sen. Richard Durbin/D-Illinois:If the intelligence agencies come up with reliable information which is then distorted by political operatives in the White House and delivered to the American people, itll destroy the credibility of the White House and the presidency. Teri Okita/Reporting: Republicans claim its nothing more than a media-driven, diversionary tactic one thats keeps shadowing the President on the international stage. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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The man who earned the nickname Comical Ali during the war on Iraq says he may not return to his homeland.
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63 year old Mohammed Saeed Al-Sahaf made a sudden appearance in Abu Dhabi saying he had mixed feelings about leaving Baghdad, sorrow and hope.
He said he realizes he may not come down this road again but he said he prays he can return one day.
Al Sahaf now grey-haried, earned the nickname Comical Ali for proclaiming defeat of U-S forces even as American troops advanced into Baghdad- and for his handling of loaded weaons during news conferences.
Al Sahaf was not on the U-S most wanted list.
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Matthew Shallenberger surprised everyone earlier this week when he pleaded guilty to four capital crimes.. charges that could have earned him the death penalty.
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Shallenberger and another man, Rodney Fuller, gunned down C-J and Julian Lewis in Pittsylvania County last October.

Julian Lewis' wife, Teresa, hired the two to kill her husband and stepson.
Prosecutor David Grimes had reached a deal with Fuller that gave him life in prison in exchange for his cooperation in the case.
Because of that, Judge Charles Strauss said today he couldn't give Shallenberger the death penalty while Fuller would live.
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((CHRIS KOWALCZUK/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: IF YOU'RE GOING TO GIVE ONE SHOOTER LIFE IN PRISON, AND IF THAT SHOOTER BEARS THE SAME CULPABILITY AS MR. SHALLENBERGER, WHICH IN OUR VIEW HE DOES, THEN IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH SHOOTERS TO GET THE SAME SENTENCE.))
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Kowalczuk (koh-WALL-check) says his client was fully prepared for either life or death as his sentence.
We'll hear from Shallenberger's father and prosecutor David Grimes on News 7 at 6.
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A group that's trying to save Victory Stadium says the city of Roanoke is breaking an old promise.
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Back in 1941, Norfolk and Western gave the land to the city under an agreement.
It directed the city to use the land for stadium, armory, park and recreation purposes only and to maintain it.
Brian Wishneff and his group, "Citizens for a Sensible Stadium Decision" say now that Roanoke is planning to build a new stadium and amphitheater, it's not living up to its agreement.
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((BRIAN WISHNEFF: WE FEEL LIKE THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE PEOPLE IN RKE MADE A CONSCIOUS DECISION IN 1941 AND THAT'S NOT BEING LIVED UP TO AND THAT THE CURRENT COUNCIL NEEDS TO RECTIFY IT. ))
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The city says it IS living up to its end of the bargain ... and that Norfolk Southern has no complaints.
We'll hear from the city manager tonight on News-7 at 6.
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Lynchburg's Chief of Police says not much can be done about the noise generated by weekly rallies held downtown.
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For more than 80-Fridays in a row, Steve Bozeman and a group of military veterans have held a demonstration in front of Monument Terrace in support of American troops. Their sign *used* to instruct drivers to honk in support. But a lawyer who works nearby pointed out that honking for any reason other than to issue a warning is illegal.
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((STEVE BOZEMAN/DEMONSTRATOR: YEAH, THE CITY MANAGER AND CHIEF OF POLICE WROTE VERY NICE LETTERS SAY THAT WE SHOULD NOT ENCOURAGE SO MUCH HONKING DOWNTOWN. REPORTER: AND YOU DISAGREE? BOZEMAN: 'COURSE I DISAGREE))
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Regardless, Bozeman has since changed his sign to let drivers know honking is a violation of state ordinance. Police Chief Charles Bennett agrees the practice is illegal but says it's unreasonable to expect officers to issue a citation to every driver who honks unlawfully.
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Tanning without the sun. We'll take a mid-summer look at some of the most popular options next in Healthcheck.
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And a bunch of show dogs owe not only their health, but their lives, to some passersby who helped carry them to safety.
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On Healthcheck tonight, we're almost to the mid-point of the summer season, and lots of people want to look plenty tanned by now. One quick way to look more tan in a hurry is with the "Fake Bakes". Dr. Mallika Marshall checks them out.
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(((NAT) NEW TRACK: WHY BAKE ON THE BEACH...WHEN YOU CAN SPRITZ HERE AND THERE...AND GLOW JUST THE SAME? MILLIONS OF AMERICANS ARE FORGOING THE SUN'S CANCER-CAUSING RAYS...FOR "FAKE BAKES"...SELF-TANNERS.
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NEW TRACK: BUT WHICH ONE SHOULD YOU CHOOSE? WE ASKED SOME VOLUNTEERS TO TEST A FEW OF THE CHOICES: FIRST --THE TAN TOWEL. AVAILABLE ONLINE...PRICES BEGIN AT TWENTY DOLLARS FOR TEN APPLICATIONS. A FEW STROKES AND 3 HOURS LATER JENNIFER SCHUSTER IS PROMISED A NATURAL SUN-KISSED APPEARANCE.

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"IT'S NOT A HUGE DIFFERENCE. I CAN'T REALLY EVEN TELL."

NEW TRACK: NEXT ---NEUTROGENA'S SELF TANNING BRONZER FOUND AT ANY DRUG

STORE. THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES A BRONZER TO INSURE AN INSTANT GLOW.

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"ITS GREAT. IT JUST GIVES A LITTLE ENHANCEMENT...."
NEW TRACK: AND THE TEN DOLLAR PRICE TAG SEEMS WELL WORTH IT....HER FRESHLY-SHOWERED LEG WAS STILL TAN THE NEXT DAY.

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NEW TRACK: BUT IT'S THE MEGA SPRAY-ON TAN THAT HAS PEOPLE TALKING IN BOSTON...

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"IT'S A LITTLE MORE EXPENSIVE BUT IT'S WORTH IT BECAUSE I GET SO MUCH OF A BETTER TAN AND I'M NOT PAYING SOMEONE TO GIVE ME CANCER."
NEW TRACK: SET UP LIKE A SORT OF CAR WASH FOR HUMANS...THIS MACHINE SPRAYS ON A TANNING SOLUTION SIMILAR TO THOSE FOUND AT STORES. IN LESS THAN A MINUTE AND ABOUT $30 DOLLARS LATER YOU CAN HAVE A GOLDEN TAN THAT LASTS FIVE TO SEVEN DAYS.
NEW TRACK: AND YES-- THE PRODUCTS ARE SAFE...ALTHOUGH SOME PEOPLE CAN HAVE ALLERGIC REACTIONS TO THEM. SO-- IT'S BEST TO TEST IT ON A PATCH OF SKIN BEFORE SLATHERING IT ALL-OVER. AND REMEMBER-- IT WILL GIVE YOU A GLOW...BUT IT WON'T PROTECT YOU FROM THE SUN... DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS. ))


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Up next on the newscast, Brent Watts visits a restaurant where relaxation is now on the menu.
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It seems like lunch breaks are never long enough and one Roanoke County restaurant knows that. The Coffee Garden, at Oak Grove Plaza, is hoping to make the most of your break by combining lunch and a FREE massage. Brent Watts has more.
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Let the games begin. Still ahead in our Two Minute Ticker, the Commonwealth Games get under way.
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And later, meet the old men and the lake. Two REALLY experienced sailors getting ready for their next great race.
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Stocks rebounded strongly this morning, then hung on the rest of the way. Ed Crane has more in today's Marketwatch.
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Welcome to your ticker. The Commonwealth Games baseball tournament got underway today with the showcase segment. Steve Mason scouts the talent.
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((64 of the state's best high school baseball players went under the microscope for the 80 pro scouts and college coaches at Kiwanis field . They were timed in the 60 yard dash and went through several other tests for arm strength, fielding ability and hitting. ((:)) ((:)) While the days focus was on the individual, team play is also important. The teams will battle for a gold, silver or bronze medal.)) ((:)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))

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The 68th annual Roanoke Valley Match Play golf tournament teed off at Blue Hills today.
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88 golfers are competing over a three day period in the best amateur tournament in the valley. David Tolley has won this event on two occasions as has Bobby Penn. In all, there are 14 former champions vying for this years title.
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Winston Cup qualifying has been put on hold in Chicago thanks to Mother Nature. A strong thunderstorm moved right over the track a little more than an hour ago. Track drying efforts are underway, and hopefully time trials will take place a little later.


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A different kind of horsepower will be on display in the Commonwealth this weekend as two of the sport's most recognizable names will be in New Kent for the Virginia Derby. Trainer Bob Baffert and jockey Pat Day will play key roles in the 500 thousand dollar event.
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The race returns to Colonial Downs for the 6th consecutive year. Ten horses will run in the Derby, the last of 12 races on Saturday.
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That's it for the ticker. Coming up at six, Jason Kidd has made his decision on where to play next season, and he'll team up with a center from Virginia. Have a great night everybody.

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The owners of 17 show dogs can thank Good Samaritans for helping save their prized Springer Spaniels.
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The owners were heading from California to a dog show in Oregon when the motor home caught fire last night. Several people who witnessed the fire pulled over and helped pull the dogs from the burning R-V. The owners say they feel lucky so many people were there to help. The Red Cross was also there .. finding a place for the owners, and their dogs, to stay while they worked out new travel arrangments.
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It's over a century old, and just about anyone who loves to sail knows of it -- the 333 mile Chicago to Mackinac (Macki-naw) Race is a challenging competition that starts this weekend. It's a competition for yachtsmen of all ages, but as Keith Oppenheim reports, there are a couple of sailors this year who seem to be defying the odds.
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(("I owe a lot of this to my parents, because I've got good genes.." --TRACK-- EVER THE MODEST GENTLEMAN, KARL STEIN IS AT EASE BEHIND THE HELM.
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"In the beginning, it was all dead reckoning..." --TRACK-- OVER THE COURSE OF HALF A CENTURY, KARL STEIN HAS BEEN IN 29 MACKINAC RACES, A JOURNEY THAT SENDS 300 BOATS UP LAKE MICHIGAN AND REQUIRES LOTS OF ENDURANCE. AT 94 YEARS OF AGE, - THAT'S RIGHT - 94! - KARL STEIN SAYS WHAT HE LACKS IN STRENGTH HE MAKES UP FOR IN WITS.
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"I seem to come to life when the weather gets nasty...." --TRACK-- IN FACT, THREE TIMES KARL HAS CREWED ON BOATS THAT WON THIS RACE OVERALL - BUT! -
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He is by comparison inexperienced to some who have done this race a lot more - like one guy who is nearly 20 years his junior and this year will have completed 50 races.
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North-Charlie-10 --TRACK-- HIS NAME IS GENE MCCARTHY - WHO - AT AGE 75 - CAN SAY HE'S MEDALED IN THE "MAC" 15 TIMES.
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"You get thunderstorms and line squalls and all sort of vicious stuff - and people who are experienced know how to handle them, and keep going forward." --TRACK-- AND IT APPEARS - GOING FORWARD - IS THE VERY SPIRIT OF THESE SENIOR SAILORS, WHO AS OLD MEN OF THE SEA - HAVE HIGH ASPIRATIONS ON THIS VERY BIG LAKE.
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"There's nothing like sailing." --TRACK-- IN CHICAGO, KEITH OPPENHEIM REPORTING))
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