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Today on News 7 at 5, a Roanoke County company tells 65 people they are losing their jobs.
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Also authorities in Henry County are investigating a murder.
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A local school board moves ahead with plans to close several schools.
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On Health Check, the ice cream cone takes a licking from the food police.
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Also Roanoke's Mayor says he doesn't believe the city will tear down Victory Stadium. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((BRITNIE GREEN/STUDENT: THE ONLY PROBLEMS I CAN THINK OF IS WITH SPORTS TEAMS, IT WILL BE A LOT MORE COMPETITION TO GET ON THE TEAMS.))
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Students have a lot of questions after the Henry County school board votes to reduce the number of schools from 20 to 15.
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The vote is over but opponents in Henry County say their fight is just beginning.
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Today, the school board voted six to one to close and consolidate several schools.
Beginning with the 2004-2005 school year, the school system will close four elementary schools and one middle school.
It will also reduce the number of high schools from four to two with Fieldale Collinsville and Laurel Park becoming middle schools.
One board member already plans to work to repeal today's vote.
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((CURTIS MILLNER/SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: THERE'S PLANS ONGOING BUT I CAN'T DISCUSS THEM RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IT WILL GIVE THE ENEMY UNFAIR ADVANTAGE.)) ((RHONDA HODGES/PARENT: I THINK IT'S GOING TO A LARGE ADJUSTMENT FOR OUR COMMUNITY AND IT'S GOING TO BE HURTFUL AND I THINK WE REALLY HAVE TO PULL TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY RIGHT NOW.))
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Declining enrollment, aging buildings, and a loss of a million dollars in local aid are all cited as the reasons behind today's decision.
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Tonight at six, we'll give you an idea how many people may lose their jobs.

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A Roanoke County insurance company is cutting jobs.
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Atlantic Mutual is laying off 65-employees effective August 1st. Officials say the changes are in response to new technology and more streamlined processing. A senior vice president with 35-years at the company is also retiring. Atlantic Mutual offers insurance products through independent agents and brokers. Its executive offices are based in New York. 600- people work at the facility on Electric Road.
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One man was killed in his Henry County apartment after allegedly being robbed by two assailants.
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Authorities say 19 year old Nicholas Ryan Marshall was shot in the face shortly after midnight. 22 year old Drewery Joseph Via was also in the apartment, and was tied up with duct tape. Via told investigators the assailants stole money and drugs before shooting Marshall. He died at Roanoke Memorial Hosptial, Via was not hurt. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call the Henry County Sheriff's Office.
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Gunfire at New York City Hall this afternoon.
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Officials say two people are dead including a city councilman- and the gunman.
The gunman opened fire inside City council chambers just as a meeting was about to begin.
A city official says Councilman James Davis was shot twice in the chest and has died.
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((WE WILL NOT.... THIS TO GO EVER.))
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The gunman and about 100 people including the councilmen were on a balcony when the shooting happened
Police sources say a plain clothes police officer then shot the assailant killing him. At least a dozen shots were heard. The gunfire sent people diving under desks for cover.
Councilman Davis is a former police officer. He founded an organization aimed at stopping urban violence.
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The U-S military called them high value targets and tonight it says it has proof Saddam's sons Uday and Qusay are dead.
But as Teri Okita reports, for many Iraqi's seeing is believing.
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((COALITION LEADERS ARE CONSIDERING RELEASING PICTURES OF UDAY AND QUSAY HUSSEIN THAT WILL PROVE TO SKEPTICAL IRAQIS THE TWO ARE DEAD. OFFICIALS SAY THEYVE POSITIVELY IDENTIFIED THE BODIES THROUGH SENIOR Iraqi REGIME LEADERS, X-RAYS, AND DENTAL RECORDS. AND PRESIDENT BUSH ASSURED IRAQIS: THE FORMER REGIME IS GONE AND WONT RETURN. Bush: The careers of two of the regimes chief henchmen came to an end. ON THE STREETS OF IRAQ, THERES MIXED REACTION. SOME HAVE QUESTIONED WHY U-S FORCES DIDNT JUST CAPTURE THE HUSSEIN BROTHERS SAYING THE COALITION COULD HAVE BENEFITED MORE FROM THE TWO ALIVE THAN DEAD.
Gen. Ricardo Sanchez/Coalition Ground Forces Commander: We did make an attempt, through an interpreter and use of a bullhorn, to try to get a surrender. What we got back was return fire.
IT APPEARS THE BROTHERS WERE PREPARED TO GO OUT FIGHTING. AFTER A FOUR-HOUR GUNBATTLE, ONLY A BARRAGE OF U-S MISSILE ATTACKS PUT AN END TO IT. NOW, COALITION FORCES ARE HOPING THEYRE ONE STEP CLOSER TO SADDAM HIMSELF. BUT EVEN IF HES THE NEXT TO GO, SOME BELIEVE U-S ADMINISTRATORS IN IRAQ NEED TO TREAD CAREFULLY.
Abdel Bari Atwan/Al-Quds Arabic Newspaper Editor: If they insist to stay longer than expected and without any democracy and elected government, in this case, the death of Saddam Hussein would actually fuel more resistance.
AND RESISTANCE HASNT DROPPED OFF. TWO MORE AMERICAN SOLDIERS WERE KILLED IN SEPARATE AMBUSHES WEDNESDAY A SIGN THAT, EVEN WITH BIG VICTORIES, COMES DEFEAT. Teri Okita/Reporting: And another audiotape allegedly of Saddam has surfaced. The speaker says the battle is not over and calls for more resistance. It was apparently taped July 20th two days before the Hussein brothers were killed. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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Coming up next on the newscast, a Virginia Tech professor tells us if dietary supplements are helping you build a stronger body or just a lighter wallet.
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[VO] Plus, you already know ice cream can be bad for your wasitline, but the Food Police want to make sure you know how bad it really is.
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Roanoke Mayor Ralph Smith raised the volume on Victory Stadium renovations today, while other council members said the plans for a new stadium amphitheater should stand.
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Smith addressed the Victory Stadium controversy in his state of the city address this morning.
He predicted that city council will not vote to tear down the Roanoke landmark.
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((SO IF WE DO BUILD ANOTHER STADIUM, I PREDICT WE WILL END UP PAYING NEEDLESSLY TO MAINTAIN ONE STADIUM TOO MANY. BEFORE WE BEGIN BUILDING A SECOND ONE, I SUGGEST WE DECIDE WHAT TO DO WITH THE FIRST -- AND THAT IS TO RENOVATE IT.))
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But council member Rupert Cutler said he toured Victory Stadium yesterday and remains convinced that the new stadium is the best option.
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((IN FACT, THE CITY ENGINEER GAVE ME AN UPDATED ESTIMATE ON THE COST OF RENOVATING VICTORY STADIUM. IT'S CLOSER TO 20 MILLION DOLLARS THAN 10 MILLION DOLLARS. AND I THINK THAT'S THE WRONG PLACE TO PUT MONEY.))
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The city has scheduled a public forum on the stadium issue, July 31st at 7pm at the Roanoke Civic Center.

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In health check tonight,
Some athletes who want to improve their performance or increase their muscle mass and strength are turning to supplements.
But do supplements really make a difference and are there any harmful side effects?
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with some answers.
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Jean,
I spoke with a Virginia Tech professor who specializes in human nutrition and exercise. She says there are very few supplements that have proven benefits.
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And she says there are some you definitely want to avoid.
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While Creatine has been shown to offer a slight boost for some athletes and those who weight train -- Virginia Tech Professor Janet Rankin --says other supplements have not.
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((SOME OF THE RESEACH THAT HAS BEEN DONE ON ANDROSTENEDIONE SHOWS THAT INSTEAD OF INCREASING TESTOSTERONE WHICH IS THE REASON PEOPLE TAKE IT. IT ACTALLY INCREASES ESTROGEN IN SOME MEN. SO I DON'T THINK THAT'S WHAT THE REALLY WANT TO HAPPEN)) [RUNS14]
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Rankin also warns that taking pro-hormones like this can have health risks.
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((I'M CONCERNED ABOUT THOSE BECAUSE ANY KIND OF HORMONE HAS MULTI EFFECTS ON THE BODY. COULD CHANGE YOUR CANCER RISK THINGS LIKE THAT CAN AFFECT YOUR LONG TERM THAT WE DON'T WANT TO PLAY AROUND WITH)) [RUNS13]
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And as far as protein supplements -- Rankin say they are not neccesary if you're eating a proper diet.
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((IF YOU CONSUME THAT PROTEIN SUPPLEMENT WITH CARBOHYDRATES SHORTLY AFTER YOUR WEIGHT LIFTING ROUTINE THERE MAY BE A STIMULATION OF YOUR PROTEIN SYNTHESIS. SO POTENTIALLY ALTHOUGH ITS NOT FULLY BEEN TESTED YOU COULD HAVE MORE MUSCLE GROWTH)) [RUNS17]
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Rankin says you can get the same results with milk or yogurt. She says they should be taken within an hour after the workout.
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Jean, But before you taken any supplement Rankin advises talking to a dietition or nutritionist. She also advices against teenagers taking supplements.

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It is no real scoop that ice cream is not health food. But that hasn't stopped the food police for taking aim.
As Jennifer Miller tells us, the Center for Science in the Public Interest is giving the ice cream industry the cold shoulder.
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ON HOT SUMMER DAYS RELIEF OFTEN COMES IN A CONE.

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BUT TODAY CSPI -- THE CENTER FOR SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST....SOME PEOPLE LIKE TO CALL THEM THE FOOD POLICE !!! -- DELIVERED SOME CHILLING NEW FACTS ABOUT THAT OH SO SWEET TREAT WE LOVE TO EAT.
JAYNE HURLEY/SENIOR NUTRITIONIST "If you are gonna end up splurging, know what you're getting - at least a days worth of saturated fat and more than a thousand calories in many sundaes, shakes and other concoctions."
THE NON-PROFIT GROUP SAYS ICE CREAM SHOPS ARE BASICALLY SERVING UP CORONARIES IN A CONE .... HANDING OUT THE EQUIVALENT OF TWO OR THREE QUARTER POUNDERS.

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STANDUP: COLD STONE CREAMERY'S MUDPIE MOJO IS PACKED WITH ROASTED ALMONDS, FUDGE, OREOS, PEANUT BUTTER ... AND FAT ... ABOUT AS MUCH AS YOU WOULD GET IN TWO PERSONAL PAN PEPPERONI PIZZAS.

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YOU'VE HEARD IT BEFORE....A MOMENT ON THE LIPS COULD LAST A LIFETIME ON THE HIPS.

(mos) - "better make sure you have a membership at the gym to work it

all off."
BEN AND JERRY'S -EMPTY- CHOCOLATE DIPPED CONE HAS AS MUCH SATURATED FAT AS A HALF-POUND RACK OF BAR-B-QUE RIBS. A FIVE-SCOOP SUNDAE AT FRIENDLY'S COMES LOADED .... WITH TWO DAYS WORTH OF SATURATED FAT.

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ALL THOSE EXTRAS ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM. THE FOOD POLICE SUGGEST SHERBET WITHOUT THE TOPPING COULD HELP YOU LICK THE CALORIE COUNT...EVEN IF YOU WON'T BE SMACKING YOUR LIPS FROM THE ULTIMATE PLEASURE. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, DENVER.

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Coming up next on our newscast, Leo Hirsbrunner will have our detailed forecast. Stay with us.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Steve Mason will have the news from today's Big East media day.
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Then a little later, Angelina Jolie is getting ready to raid the box office. We'll have a preview.
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On Wall Street today, a final sprint to the closing bell gave the major markets a boost. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the midweek ticker, which starts in New Jersey with the Big East Football Media Day.
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Members of the media picked Miami to win the league and tabbed Tech for the third spot right behind Pittsburgh.
But there was plenty of talk about what the league will look like when the Canes and Hokies bolt for the ACC.
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Round Two of the Women's City-County Golf Tournament is in the books and there's a new leader after today's round at Hunting Hills.
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Meg Davies, the rising junior at JMU shot a personal best round of 68. The birdie putt at the par 4 eleventh hole goes right in the jar.
Davies still had the hot putter at number 13. She drains the 30 footer for another birdie. Her two day total of 142 is 6 shots better than first round co-leader Dot Bolling.
Bolling shot 75 today while the other first round co-leader Janet Cochrane struggled to an 84.
Everyone is chasing Davies headed to Thursday's final round at the Roanoke Country Club.
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For kids of all ages, summer time often means camp time. And this summer the small community camps are gaining in popularity.
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Evidence of that can be found in the Glenvar community in western Roanoke County. 50 kids ages 7 to 13 taking part in the Highlanders' basketball camp and building some tradition at an early age.
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Crotts has been Glenvar high school's head coach for the past five years and this year he tried to help out parents by holding his camp in the evening hours instead of during the day.
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That's it for the the ticker, coming up at six, more from the city-county and the Big East Football media day, see ya then everybody.

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Action hero Lara Croft is back in the saddle again as Angelina Jolie breaths new life into the lastest Tomb Raider movie.
Drew Levinson has more.
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((...back on the screen this summer...as action heroine Lara Croft in "Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life" Angelina Jolie does it all... she skis, she rides horses...jumps from cliffs and skyscrapers... and yes-- she even flies.

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So much went into the second one. I think in someway we had the good fortune of not feeling that the first one was good enough...so we felt that we had a alot...there was so much that we had dreamed up for her.
TRACK ...so much the Academy Award winner was ready to try herself. Jolie performed most of the stunts ...including what was the toughest of all... on horseback.

sot: Jolie: "There's one thing riding side saddle...but spinning a

shotgun..which is hard enough to do..and.. I ended up with bruises up and down just practicing it."
TRACK Despite the bruises, filming on three continents over a 7 month period meant a good time for Jolie and the new man in her life.

sot: Jolie: I got to bring my son...we got to go on Safari...swimming in

Greece....hung out in Hong Kong...with the exception of babies having jetlag.
TRACK Combining movie making and motherhood may not be easy...but Jolie wouldn't have it any other way.

(natsnd: "Do you ever do anything easy? And risk disappointing you?)



sot: Jolie: "It's tough.. but it's the greatest thing in the world...

it makes life worth living..(natsnd) there's never anything too bad about it, ever."

TRACK over nat sot.Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York.)


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