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Today on News 7 at 5, authorities in Botetourt County are looking for a killer.
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Also some local students are getting an extra week of summer vacation.
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Heat index values ranged from 95 to 105 around the Commonwealth today. And showers are few and far between. Forecast details coming up.

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Also today, a monument to the 10 commandments is removed from an Alabama judical building.
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In Sports, we'll meet a young gymnast who is going places.
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Plus hundreds of people from Martinsville prepare for a trip to Atlantic City. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((WE HOPE WE CAN GET THIS STRAIGHTENED OUT AND GET BACK TO SCHOOL SOON.))

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A major mold problem at one school in Grayson County is turning into a major headache for school officials.
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It may be a headache for school officials but it's a longer summer break for some students in Grayson county.
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Students there are now scheduled to go back to school September Eighth, nearly a month later than usual. The reason stems back to Fries (Freeze) Middle School, which will be closed this Fall because of mold. Mobile classroom units were being set up at two nearby middle schools to accomodate the students, but the work is taking longer than expected because of rain.
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((JERRY COCK/GRAYSON CO. ASST. SCHOOL SUPT. : EVERYTHING TAKES TIME AND I KNOW ALL THE PARENTS AT FRIES ARE GETTING IMPATIENT WITH US BUT WE'RE ACTUALLY WORKING AS FAST AS A SCHOOL SYSTEM CAN WORK))
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The school board decided it was best to delay nine of the county's 10 schools, while the situation is being worked out. The schools will make up the missed days by letting the kids out later and cutting Christmas vacation down to three days. The board is also looking into getting a one million dollar loan to fix the mold problem at Fries. They hope to reopen the school by mid to late January.
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Some schools are closing early tomorrow because of the heat.
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[SCHOOLTOUCH FULL]
Elementary schools in Henry County are closing at Noon. Then Middle Schools will close at 12:45 and High Schools in Henry County will close at 1:00 tomorrow.
In Martinsville, Druid Hills and Patrick Henry Elementary schools will close at 12:30.
In Roanoke, students at William Fleming and Partrick Henry High Schools will get out at 11:30.
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A Blue Ridge resident allegedly shot and killed his cousin last night, then skipped town.
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It happened around 7:45 in the Willowbrook Trailer Park off 460- -just west of Blue Ridge. 46- year old David Neal Bowman was found in his cousin's trailer with a single gun shot to the chest. Authorities issued a warrant for Milen Goins, charging him with murder. So far, they've been unable to find him.
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((WE KNOW THAT IT'S POSSIBLE HE HAS SOME TIES TO GEORGIA, POSSIBLY HAS SOME TIES TO NORTH CAROLINA.))
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When Goins was stopped for driving under the influence in March, he was behind the wheel of a 1992 Ford pickup. But the tag on the truck was registered to a '94 Chevy truck. The court suspended his driver's license for the D-U-I conviction.
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Chicago police now say it was a disgruntled employee at risk of losing his job who killed six people today before killing himself.
As Jennifer Donelan reports, police swarmed the scene after getting a call from the warehouse.
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(( WEDNESDAY MORNING. .. CHICAGO'S SOUTHSIDE. AND REPORTS OF A DISGRUNTLED EMPLOYEE ON A SHOOTING RAMPAGE WERE FLOODING IN.

Nat sot: (local chopper reporter) (05)

"It is a very tense, very volatile situation people have been shot, shots have already been fired." A WAREHOUSE - HOME OF THE WINDY CITY AUTO PARTS STORE - HAD ERUPTED INTO A WARZONE. AUTHORITIES BELIEVE A WORKER ON THE VERGE OF BEING FIRED CAME HERE AND BEGAN SHOOTING PEOPLE INSIDE. POLICE RUSHED TO THE BUILDING.
Ray Frenzel/WITNESS : We saw all the cops coming up, yelling each other, saying cover all the doors.
OFFICERS SAY THEY ARRIVED JUST AS THE GUNMAN WAS WALKING OUT OF THE BUILDING. THEY FIRED BACK...IT WAS SHOOTOUT IN THE STREET. EVERYONE ON THE BLOCK WAS EVACUATED.
Neil Ormond/WITNESS: "We got down and we heard another burst of 20 shots and the cops told us to get out of here." POLICE SAY THE ARMED EMPLOYEE WENT BACK INSIDE THE WAREHOUSE. PHONE NEGOTIATIONS BEGAN.
Pat Camden/CHICAGO POLICE: "We attempted to negotiate, but he wouldn't...he wanted no part of it."
SWAT TEAMS THEN FORCED THEIR WAY IN.
"The police officers that are inside are wearing full body armor and carrying a mulitude of weaponry." THE SHOOTING FINALLY STOPPED...AND THE RUSH TO GET THE WOUNDED TO AREA HOSPITALS BEGAN. ...BUT ALL SIX VICTIMS DIED . SO DID THE EMPLOYEE WHO POLICE SAY STARTED THIS NIGHTMARE. NO ONE HAD ANY WARNING THIS DAY AT WORK WOULD END IN TRAGEDY. NOW EVERYONE WANTS TO WHY. JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS CHICAGO.))

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The weight of the ten commandments could not crush the weight of the courts.
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Today workers have removed the ten commandments statue from it's public site in Alabama.
While the statue may be out of sight, but it is not out of mind.
Protestors outside of the Alabama Judicial building say their fight is not over.
The state's top judge was suspended last week after he refused to remove the monument. Roy Moore's supporters claim removing the statue suppresses their freedom of religion.
The courts however ruled the monument violates the constitutional ban on government promotion of religious doctrine.
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Members of Lynchburg City Council want to make sure city workers are paid fairly. We tell you what they want to do after the break.
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And theives walked out of a Scottish castle today with a rare painting by Leonardo DaVinci.
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Lynchburg leaders say their city workers need to be paid more fairly.. and that the police department should be first in line.
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City council wrapped up a two-day retreat this morning after discussing several budget-related items.
Members asked city manager Kimball Payne to draft a compensation policy that focuses more on performance rather than longevity.
They also want police officers who are being paid far less than the market average to be brought into line.
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((KIMBALL PAYNE/LYNCHBURG CITY MANAGER: WE HAVE TO CRAFT A PLAN NOW THAT IS GOING TO BE CONSISTENT WITH OUR PHILOSOPHY AND MAKES SENSE TO PEOPLE AND THEN ULTIMATELY WE'LL HAVE TO SIT DOWN AND FIGURE OUT HOW THAT PLAN APPLIES TO EVERY INDIVIDUAL AND WHAT IT'S GOING TO COST.)) ((CHARLES BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE CHIEF: AND I WAS PLEASED TO SEE THAT WHERE COUNCIL OBVIOUSLY WANTS TO WORK WITH THE MANAGER AND THE DEPARTMENT TO MAKE SOME SHORT-TERM CORRECTIONS BUT ALSO TO TAKE A LOOK AT SYSTEMICALLY NOT ONLY AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT BUT AT THE ENTIRE CITY TO ENSURE THAT WE HAVE THE PEOPLE WHO CAN PROVIDE QUALITY SERVICE TO ALL OUR CITIZENS.))
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Payne promised to come up with a pay plan that would start to address police salary issues by January 1st.
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Two more people in the region may have contracted the West Nile Virus. One case involves a man in his 50's from Central Virginia. The other, a woman in her 90's in the Alleghany health district.
People over 50 are more at risk for the serious illness if bitten by an infected mosquito.
There are now four probable human cases in Virginia.

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In health check tonight,
A yearly pap test may no longer be necessary for an increasing number of women.
That's according to The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists who released new screening recommendations last month.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Jean, One of the most significant changes is when pap smears should begin.
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Other revisions include how often screenings are needed after age 30 or following a hysterectomy.
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((While the pap test has decreased the incidence and death rate of cervical cancer by almost half, the American College of OB-GYN's says some women may not need one as often as previously thought.
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((IT'S THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE REVISION IN 10 YEARS BASED ON EVIDENCE THEY HAVE GATHERED OVER TIME. IT'S ALSO BASED ON INCREASED KNOWLEDGE OF HOW CERVICAL CANCER IS DEVELOPED AND ALSO DUE TO OUR DETECTION METHODS)) [RUNS18]
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The previous guidelines suggested pap smears begin at age 18 or after the first sexual encounter. That's now been changed to 21 or three years after the beginning of sexual activity.
Yearly pap smears are no longer recommend for women over 30, if they've had three consecutive negative tests. After that every two to three years should be enough.
And Women who have had hysterectomies can discontinue the tests after 3 normal results.
Some doctors warn these guidelines should only be used for women in monogamous relationships.
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((THE BIGGEST FACTOR FOR DEVELOPING CERVICAL IS MULTIPLE SEXUAL PARTNERS. BUT IT IS A SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE. PEOPLE DON'T LIKE TO SAY THAT BECAUSE IT'S ASSOCIATED WITH HPV WHICH IS TRANSMITTED SEXUALLY)) [RUNS12]
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Women with HPV or other abnormalities should continue with regular screenings.
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(( I BELIEVE ONCE A PATIENT HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH HPV OR PRE-MALIGNANT LESION OR EVEN CANCER THAT'S BEEN TAKEN CARE. THERE STILL NEED TO BE SCREENING BECAUSE THE SAME TYPE OF CELLS ARE STILL PRESENT)) [RUNS14]
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Doctor still recommend an annual check for breast exams, and inspection of the genitalia and ovaries.
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Jean,

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Someone made off with a Leonardo da Vinci painting from a Scottish castle-
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The painting is worth more than 47 million dollars.
A police spokesman said two men posing as visitors overpowered a female staff member and took off with the painting.

The castle is home to one of Scotland's richest men. It contains many valuable works of art.
The painting that's gone is called Madonna with Yarnwinder- it hung in the staricase hall .. an area open to the public.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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[VO] Brent Watts gets up close with the planet Mars.
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If you've looked up at the night sky it's not hard to find the planet Mars. The starlike planet can even be seen through the brightest of city lights.
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Brent Watts joined a group of astronomers last night for a unique view of the planet.
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That's right Jean. We did something that according to the Roanoke Valley Astronomical Society, has never been done before in this area. We set up two telescopes, but used two inexpensive cameras
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which allow many people to view Mars at once, and allowed us to bring you this up-close look at the red planet.
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Now Robin & Jean one more tidbit of information. If you drove a car at 65 miles per hour from Roanoke to Mars, it would take you 61 years to reach the planet, at its current distance.

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Today in Sports, the Martinsville Astros try to clinch the title.
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and following that Miss Virginia shares some of her winnings with her hometown before she leaves for the Miss America Pageant.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the midweek ticker which starts on the diamond in Southside. Baseball fans have a chance to see some championship action from the Appy League tonight as the Martinsville Astros try to clinch the league title in Game Two against Elizabethton. The Stros have a bevy of talent with several of Houston's top prospects.
But good chemistry has been the key in recent weeks.
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12 year old Susannah Johnson is a Roanoke are gymnast who has converted to power tumbling. Today, she left for Colorado Springs and the Olympic training center to compete in the final qualifier for the world championships and Steve Mason says she just might be the United States best hope for a title.
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How good is Susannah? Just ask her coach Sandy Moon. She has coached 500 students but Johnson is her first junior elite and at level 10, the same level olypians are chose from. ((:))
Though her Olympic future appears bright, Susannah does not put in the grueling 16 to 20 hour workout weeks, instead, choosing qulaity over quanity. She averages about nine hoursa week and still plays on her schools volleyball and soccer teams. ((:)) ((:)) Her tumbling routine has the highest degree of difficultyof anyone in the country in her age group and she must place in the top three in Colorado Springs this weekend to qualify for the U.S. Team. Susannah was adopted at birth and her family helps keep the incredible preasures of national competition in check. ((:)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))
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Tonight at the top of the hour we will have our final preseason Friday Football Extra preview as the regular season gets ready to roll on Friday.
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Tonight - we're in the Cougars' Den as Jack Turner takes over for the legendary Joel Hicks.
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[wipe to pinnacle 1015!!!!!] And not only will we have Pulaski at six, and Froday Football Extra on Friday, but Friday night at 7:30pm we will have a half hour preseason special on the Hokies and Cavaliers as they get ready to kick off their respective seasons this weekend. Join Steve Mason, Travis Wells and me Friday night at 7:30pm for "Great Expectations." Take care everybody and have a safe night.
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When Miss Virginia heads to New Jersey to compete in the Miss America pageant, she'll take a lot of her hometown with her.
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Nancy Redd will have more than 500 supporters from Henry County cheering her on at the pageant next month.
Many will come from her old high school, Laurel Park.
That's where she made her last public appearance today before leaving.
Redd donated 5-thousand dollars to encourage seniors to continue their education.
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((NANCY REDD/MISS VIRGINIA: THEY CAN APPLY ANYWHERE, THEY CAN USE THAT TO PAY FOR TESTS. THEY CAN APPLY TO 6 DIFFERENT SCHOOLS, THEY CAN APPLY TO ONE. WE JUST WANT A 100% ACCEPTANCE RATE INTO SOME KIND OF POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION. ))
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Each graduating senior will get 50 dollars to put toward higher learning.
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