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Today on News 7 at 5, prosecutors in Colorado are about to announce if basketball star Kobe Bryant will face sexual assault charges. We will have a live report.
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Plus a former student at a local university admits he is an arsonist.
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In the heat of the day, thunderstorms have started popping. We will check their location and track in a moment.

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A man in the middle of the Iraq Intelligence controversy is found dead in England.
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Police investigators in California say the man who drove his car into a crowd in Santa Monica may have been involved in another accident moments earlier.
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Plus two young men are about to end their cross country journey at Cave Spring High School.
News 7 at 5 is next.

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Will Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant face sexual assault charges?
Colorado prosecutors are expected to make that announcement in just a few minutes.
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((I THINK THEY'VE PROBABLY GOT ENOUGH TO FILE FELONY CHARGES. NOW WEHTEHR THOSE CHARGES WILL BE SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES SPECIFICALLY REMAINS TO BE SEEN.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Colroado prosecutors are getting ready to hold a press conference at any moment now where they'll announce whether Bryant will face charges- and if so, just what those charges are.
This all surrounds allegations made by a woman that the NBA star sexually assaulted her.
The prosecutor has been reviewing test results from the state crime lab.
The Los Angeles Lakers player was arrested two weeks ago after a hotel worker said Bryant assaulted her.
Jennifer MIller is live in Eagle County, Colorado where that press conference is set to begin.
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(( A NINETEEN YEAR OLD WOMAN FILED THE ASSAULT COMPLAINT AGAINST THE LOS ANGELES LAKERS GUARD, WHILE HE WAS STAYING AT THIS EXCLUSIVE RESORT IN EDWARDS, COLORADO, LAST MONTH. THE EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFF WAS QUICK TO ARREST BRYANT, WHO TURNED HIMSELF IN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY AND THEN POSTED 25-THOUSAND DOLLARS BOND.
THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY WAITED FOR NEARLY TWO WEEKS FOR DNA TESTS TO COME BACK FROM THE STATES CRIME LAB .
BRYANT ACCUSTOMED TO WINNING ON THE BASKETBALL COURT HAS BEEN CONFIDENT FROM THE START .....OF A WINNING A LEGAL BATTLE. TELLING REPORTERS QUOTE, "WHEN EVERYTHING COMES CLEAN, IT WILL ALL BE FINE, YOULL SEE." BRYANT'S DENVER-BASED LEGAL TEAM IS KNOWN FOR THEIR NO-NONSENSE STYLE AND HIGH-PROFILE CLIENTS SUCH AS JOHN AND PATSY RAMSEY. THEY WILL ISSUE A STATEMENT REGARDING THE ACCUSATIONS AGAINST BRYANT THIS EVENING. IN EAGLE, CO JMCBSN. now back to you.))

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The roommate of a missing Baylor University athlete has now spoken with authorities.
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Carlton Dotson has been described as a person of interest by Waco police.
They're trying to solve the case of missing basketball player Patrick Dennehy.
Dotson spoke with authorities in Maryland where he lives, but so far investigators aren't saying much about the meeting.
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((SGT. RYAN HOLT/WACO POLICE: DETECTIVES ARE CURRENTLY ASSESSING ALL OF THE INFORMATION THAT WAS OBTAINED LAST NIGHT. HOWEVER WE'RE NOT CATEGORIZING IT TO THE EXTENT THAT IT WILL CHANGE OUR INVESTIGATION.))
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Dennehy has not been seen since mid June. His Chevrolet Tahoe was found abandoned soon after in a Virginia Beach parking lot- that's just a few hours from Dotson's home in Maryland.
Police are also tracking a handgun found at a Waco apartment complex where another player lived.
Authorities are trying to see if it's linked to the disappearance.
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A former Liberty University student will be sentenced in September for setting a string of fires.
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18-year-old Christopher L. Lee was arrested in April in connection with six small fires on campus. Lee, who was a freshman at the time, pled guilty this morning to one count of arson. The charge carries a sentence of two to ten years behind bars. The Commonwealth's Attorney's Office says Lee claimed to have set the first fire in retaliation for the theft of his jacket but that he got addicted to the thrill.
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The man who plowed through a farmer's market in Santa Monica Wednesday may have been involved in a hit-and-run just moments before.
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86 year old Russell Weller drove through the busy market killing 10 people and leaving about 50 others injured. Now investigators want to know if Weller have hit a Mercedes about a block before the market incident. Police have impounded a Mercedes along with the car driven Weller. Officials also want to know why Weller left the scene, if there was indeed an accident.
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National statistics show drivers 55 and older are involved in more crashes per mile than younger drivers.
That is why Virginia's D-M-V is trying to raise awareness about the effects of aging on driving skills.
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The pilot project, called Grand-drivers, is designed to educate those 65 or older and their adult children.
State officials say knowing the early signs of driving difficulty will allow older drivers and their families to take action.
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((PAM GOHEEN/D-M-V SPOKESWOMAN: THERE ARE NATURAL THINGS THAT OCCUR WITH AGING, COGNITIVE CHANGES, PHYSICAL CHANGES THAT CAN ULTIMATELY EFFECT ONE'S ABILITY TO OPERATE A MOTOR VEHICLE SAFELY. WE WANT PEOPLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THOSE CHANGES AND TO TALK ABOUT IT. WE BELIEVE THE MORE THEY TALK ABOUT IT THEY'LL BE ABLE TO MAKE WISE CHOICES AND STAY ON THE ROAD AS LONG AS POSSIBLE AND AS SAFE AS POSSIBLE.))
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Signs that an older driver needs assistance include finding it difficult to work the pedals, having trouble seeing other vehicles and ignoring traffic signals.
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Next on the newscast, analysts say a recent tape reportedly made by Saddam Husein may the real thing. Plus we will see what one beach is doing to make people of all sizes feel comfortable.
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British police are investigating the death of a man they believe is a government advisor suspected of leaking allegations of faulty intelligence on Iraq. It comes on the same day another American soldier was killed. Teri Okita reports.
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((TRACK: IRAQIS IN THE VOLATILE TOWN OF FALLUJAH CHEERED AT THE SITE OF AN EXPLOSION THAT KILLED A U-S SOLDIER AFTER A BOMB WENT OFF UNDER HIS CONVOY. ANTI-AMERICAN SENTIMENT RUNS DEEP HERE, AND MANY THREW STONES AS TROOPS DROVE BY. NEAR BAGHDAD, U-S SOLDIERS SEALED OFF A HIGHWAY AFTER A LANDMINE WAS DISCOVERED. IT WAS A CLOSE CALL BECAUSE AMERICAN TROOPS FREQUENT THIS ROAD.
TRACK: IRAQI CIVILIANS FACE THE SAME THREATS LEFTOVER CLUSTER BOMBS, EVEN SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILES, SITTING RIGHT IN THEIR OWN BACKYARDS WHERE CHILDREN PLAY.

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been people have been looting the metals off these things weakening the actual structures that these missiles are sitting on.
TRACK: POST-WAR PRESSURE IS EXTENDING FAR BEYOND THE CONFINES OF IRAQ. ON FRIDAY, A BODY BELIEVED TO BE THAT OF BRITISH DIPLOMAT, DAVID KELLY, WAS FOUND NEAR OXFORD, ENGLAND.
KELLY IS SUSPECTED OF LEAKING ALLEGATIONS THAT THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT DOCTORED AN INTELLIGENCE REPORT ABOUT IRAQS NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM.
THE REPORT WAS GIVEN TO THE U-S AND USED, IN PART, TO MAKE THE CASE FOR WAR. AUTHORITIES HAVENT RELEASED THE CAUSE OF DEATH.
TRACK: AND NOW, THE WHITE HOUSE IS ON THE OFFENSIVE OVER THAT QUESTIONABLE INTELLIGENCE RELEASING A C-I-A ASSESSMENT FROM LAST OCTOBER.
IT CITES COMPELLING EVIDENCE THAT SADDAM HUSSEIN WAS ATTEMPTING TO RECONSTITUTE HIS NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM, AND LISTS UNSUBSTANTIATED REPORTS THAT IRAQ WAS SHOPPING FOR URANIUM IN NIGER, SOMALIA, AND POSSIBLY, CONGO.
IF LEFT UNCHECKED, THE ASSESSMENT SAID, IRAQ WOULD PROBABLY HAVE A NUCLEAR WEAPON WITHIN THE DECADE.

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STANDUP: And a U-S intelligence official says that audiotape of Saddam that surfaced recently IS probably authentic and recorded recently. The speaker called for a holy war against coalition troops. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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In health check tonight,
Despite the growing obesity problem in the U-S-- more than 25 percent of Americans adults don't exercise.
For many people, their excuse, is lack of time.
Tonight -- Joy Sutton shows us some changes a local gym has made to fit a busy schedule.
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Fit Express is the latest addition at New Fitness -- a circuit workout that can be done in 30 minutes. It's one of the ways the gym is trying to accommodate its busy customers.
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((SOME OF THE THINGS WE'VE DONE HERE LISTENING TO THE NEEDS OF WOMEN ESPECIALLY AS OUR DAYS SEEM TO GET SHORTER AND SHORTER NOT ENOUGH TIME IN THE DAY. OUR CLASS SCHEDULE FOR INSTANCE WE'VE DESIGNED CLASS SCHEDULE SO THERE ARE CLASSES THAT HAVE THE MUSCLE WORKOUT IN IT AS WELL AS THE CARDIOVASCULAR )) [RUNS20]
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Carpenter says there is a misconception that you have to spend hours in the gym to get in shape.
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((YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE BEET RED IN THE FACE, 7 DAYS A WEEK IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE RESULTS. AND ON THE CONTRARY THAT MIGHT NOT BE SO GOOD FOR PEOPLE BECAUSE YOU RUN IN TO OVERUSE ISSUES AND BOREDOM)) [RUNS15]
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What Carpenter does recommend is working out 20 minutes to an hour at least two days a week.
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((TRUE LASTING RESULTS OF LIFESTYLE EXERCISE WHEN YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE MODIFICATION, CHOLESTEROL MODIFICATIONS, AND BODY WEIGHT CONTROL THINGS OF THAT NATURE HAPPEN WITH CONSISTENT EXERCISE)) [RUNS12]
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And one of the best ways to stay consistent is to add flexibility to your work out routine and be willing to try new things.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke County.))

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With all the emphasis on physical fitness, many people are anxious when it comes time to wear a bathing suit at the beach.
One city has noticed and is trying something new.
It is marketing its beach as size friendly.
Chris Lawrence has more.
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((The message is out there, everywhere: thin is in, look like this lose weight now.
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And summer beaches bring overwhelming pressure to get tanned and toned.

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"Id look at all the little skinny girls and feel a little self-conscious."
Margaret and Mark Johnson are some of the first Americans to visit a new resort near Cancun where the motto is: Live Large Live Free. Freedom Paradise targets the 64% of American adults now considered overweight or obese.

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"The population seems to be getting heavier and products seem to be getting smaller. And thats not logical at all."
So the owners spent millions to make the resort "size-friendly." They expanded doors, re-enforced beds and made the chairs twice as wide. Showers are easy to step into, and make it so guests dont have to stand.

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At the pool, wide steps take the place of those thin aluminum ladders and guests stretch out no matter what their size.

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"Doctors say theres a tremendous advantage to losing weight. But people on vacation feel thats the last thing they want to think about here."

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"Life is way too short to put your life on hold until you lose weight." Sandy Sabo says most resorts arent made for women her size from the flimsy chairs to embarrassing stares.

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"people are just sitting there with their mouths dropped, like How dare I put on a swimsuit and go to the pool." Thats not a problem at Freedom Paradise, where guests dont look twice and the staff is trained to be sensitive.
"Like I put on a bathing suit today and I didnt worry about it, because I knew nobody would care." That may be why the resort is booking trips for folks who havent been to the beach in years. Chris Lawrence, CBS News, Mexico.))

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Coming up next on the newscast,
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[VO] we will see the last moments of two men's cross country journey as it ends in Roanoke County.
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Just moments ago, a Colorado prosecutor said he WILL charge basketball player Kobe Bryant on one charge of sexual assault.
Prosecutor Mark Hurlburt says the standards he used in making the decision were the same as for any other case.
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The Los Angeles Lakers player was arrested two weeks ago after a hotel worker said Bryant assaulted her.
Bryant says he is innocent. He is next due in court on August sixth.

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Two Cave Spring High School graduates have gone the extra mile.
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Laurence Loesel and Ben Dowdy have been running across the country on a three thousand mile trek.
Their journey began May 5th in California and ended just moments ago at Cave Spring High School.
They were running as part of a fundraising campaign to raise one point five million dollars to renovate Cave Spring's track and fields.
A celebration is underway until 10:30 tonight to welcome the boys home and to raise money.
We'll hear from the runners tonight on News 7 at six.
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Coming up today in Sports, we'll see if Tiger Woods can climb his way out of a hole at the British Open.
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Plus it is an invention cat lovers would treasurer. We'll see a device that claims it can translate a Meow into English.
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Wall Street put an end to its losing ways, as a late-session rally sent stocks higher.
As Alexis Christoforous tells us, the people that make the Happy Meal put a smile on many investors faces.
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Good afternoon everybody. Rain today in New Hampshire wiped out qualifying for Sunday's New England 300. As a result the field is set according to the points with Matt Kenseth and Jeff Gordon on the front row.
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The track didn't look too bad around 3:30, and in fact it probably dry by now. But NASCAR was afraid that by the time it inspected the cars and let them practice, time trials would be interrupted by darkness.
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The 14th annual Commonwealth Games began the first day of full competition this morning at several sites.
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The Archery portion of the Games invaded Green Hill Park. This event will take three days to complete and ages five to 60 are represented in both male and female divisions.
The archers will try and score on targets 40, 50 and 60 meters away and they are vying for a gold, silver and bronze medal. 20 competitors enjoyed a perfect day in the 900 round.
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To the courts where tennis segment at the youth level held first day competition at Rivers Edge. The youth division is made up of boys and girls ages 12 to 18 and goes for three days in both singles and doubles. 65 kids are gunning for a medal and the format is the best two out of three sets.
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The opening ceremonie are set for tonight at 8 at the Roanoke Civic Center with Olympic Gold medalist Tom Dolan.

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The Hanging Rock Junior Golf Camp wrapped up today over in Salem.
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The week long camp concluded with a four hole captain's choice tournament. During the camp, the young golfers learned about everyting proper swing mechanics to course maintenence. The 25 youngsters were put through six sessions.
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Royal St. George's - the site of the British Open - is causing all kinds of problems. Davis Love the third not only leads, but he is theony golfer in the tournament under par at the halfway point. Tiger is four back - we'll have a few highlights at the top of the hour. Take care everybody. Jean will be back in a second. [GO TO BREAK]

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Now you can know what your cat's meow really is.
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A Japanese toy maker has invented a machine that translates meows into human language. The "Meowlingual" is based on the dog version "Bowlingual" that's already proving to be very successful on store shelves. For about 75 dollars, the high-tech gadget will translate your kitty's purrs, screeches and even body language into one of more than 200 phrases it recognizes.
Right now the "Meowlingual" is only available in Japan, but the company plans to launch an english-language version here in the U-S next month.
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