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Next on news 7 at 5, attorneys for an accused murderer ask a judge to reduce the charges.
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Plus the federal government says your identity may not be as safe as you think.
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A flood watch covers the region as local thunderstorms dump heavy rain. We will track those storms in just a moment.

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Also today, the U-S says it needs more international support in Iraq.
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[VO-NAT]

On Health check, we'll look at a new type of bread designed for carbohydrate counters.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

Plus some California candidates are debating tonight with one notable exception. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((I THINK THE BEST ADVICE... WHERE IT'S GOING.))
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[5-Identity-Theft]


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
A new warning tonight for Americans- beware of identity theft.
The report out tonight says millions of Americans have been victims and thieves have stolen more than 5-billion dollars from consumers.
As Jennifer Miller reports, it can happen to anyone.
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(( YOU'D THINK THE LAST PERSON A THIEF WOULD MESS WITH....WOULD BE A
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLER - BUT MINNESOTA VIKING

MICHAEL BENNETT IS AMONG MORE THAN 27-MILLION AMERICANS WHO CLAIM THEIR IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN. POLICE SAY QUARTERBACK DAUNTE CULPEPPER ... MIGHT HAVE BEEN NEXT ON THE SUSPECT'S LIST.
DAUNTE CULPEPPER/TEAM QUARTERBACK: "He needs to go to jail if they caught him ... if he did that then he need, got to go to jail." A TEAM SECURITY GUARD ALLEGEDLY APPLIED FOR CREDIT CARDS IN BENNETT'S NAME AND CHARGED UP MORE THAN A HUNDRED DOLLARS. COMPARED TO OTHER CASES THAT'S POCKET CHANGE. A NEW FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION STUDY SHOWS IDENTITY THEFT SIPHONED NEARLY 48-BILLION DOLLARS FROM BUSINESSES AND BANKS LAST YEAR, FIVE-BILLION DOLLARS FROM CONSUMERS. HOWARD BEALES/FTC BUREAU OF CONSUMER PROTECTION "I think a fair number of thieves have discovered that this is a fairly easy way to make money."
THIEVES CHARGE UP LOST OR STOLEN CREDIT CARDS OR USE THE DATA TO APPLY FOR NEW ONES. THEY GET THE FINANCIAL INFORMATION FROM THE TRASH, OR FORMS LEFT LAYING AROUND, OR FROM THE INTERNET.

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AND VICTIMS LOSE MORE THAN COLD-HARD CASH .... THEY CAN MISS OUT ON JOB OPPORTUNITIES, BE REFUSED LOANS AND EDUCATION ... OR EVEN FACE CHARGES FOR CRIMES THEY DIDN'T COMMIT. BUT OF EVERYTHING LOST .... THE TOUGHEST TO REPLACE MIGHT BE THEIR GOOD NAME.
HOWARD BEALES/FTC BUREAU OF CONSUME PROTECTION "just under half of all victims, 49% had no idea how the thief obtained personal information." THE VIKINGS CASE SHOWS HOW EASILY SOMEONE'S INFORMATION IS SWINDLED .. AND HOW THE BEST DEFENSE IS A GOOD OFFENSE..KEEP GOOD RECORDS...AND READ ALL YOUR FINANCIAL STATEMENT THOROUGHLY. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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A grand jury will consider a first degree murder charge against a man accused of shooting his former landlord.
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Muhammed Majeed today appeared in Roanoke County General District Court for a preliminary hearing .
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He is accused in the July shooting of businessman Chris Hanes in the 42-year old's southwest county home. Police say the confrontation concerned a 575-dollar rental deposit Majeed felt he was owed. Although the 23-year old says he doesn't remember firing his gun investigators say he immediately took responsibility for the shooting.
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((DETECTIVE BRET ALTIMORE/ROANOKE COUNTY POLICE: HE THEN WALKED OVER THE CORDLESS PHONE, DIALED 911, GOT DISCONNECTED, DISPATCH CALLED BACK, SPOKE TO MAJEED WHO IDENTIFIED HIMSELF AND DURING THAT PHONE CONVERSATION HE STATED THAT HE HAD SHOT CHRIS HANES THREE OR FOUR TIMES.))
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The defense today requested that the murder charge be reduced to manslaughter. Judge George Harris denied the request saying the evidence needs to go before a jury. Majeed is being held without bond.
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[5-Cheney-Visit]


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Vice President Dick Cheney will be in the Roanoke Valley next week.
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He is scheduled to attend a private fundraiser at the Clearbrook home of Kent Greenawalt and Nancy Jane Mack.
The Monday night event is a one thousand dollar a head reception which is expected to raise at least 200-thousand dollars for the Bush/Cheney re-election campaign.
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Greenawalt is president of Foot Levelers which is a Roanoke company that makes custom made flexible foot supports.
He is a long time Republican supporter who also helped raised nearly a half million dollars for the Red Cross after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
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[5-Powell-Iraq]


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The U-S now wants the United Nations to help keep order in Iraq.
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Secretary of State Colin Powell is proposing a resolution that puts the security council as he calls it "in the game."
The U-S hopes by bringing in the UN to post war Iraq, it will attract not only countries to help stablize Iraq but money to help rebuild it.
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((COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE: NOW IS THE TIME TO MEND RANKS AND JOIN TOGETHER IN RECONSTRUCTING IRAQ MAKING IT A BETTER PLACE AND NOT TO FIGHT THE OLD BATTLES.))
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If passed the United Nations would play a leading role in the forming of a new Iraqi government.
The proposal is now in the hands of the security council.
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[5-Abortion-Execution]


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He says he has no remorse and no regret for gunning down an abortion doctor-
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In about an hour, Paul Hill is set to die in Florida for his crimes.
The former minister saw his wife and children for the last time today- and was served his final meal.
Hill fatally shot a doctor and another person as they walked into a clinic nine years ago. He's never denied the killings and says he has no fear of dying.
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((TO BE QUITE HONEST. LOOKING FORWARD TO REWARD FOR BEING OBEDIENT.))
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Security is being beefed up outside the Florida state prison-
Both anti-death penalty demonstrators and anti abortion protestors who support Hill are expected to stand vigil there.
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A group representing immigrants is suing several Virginia colleges. We'll tell you why after the break.
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Plus, one of the most asked questions at tonight's debate in California could be, "Where's Arnold?"
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The stage is set for a debate between the candidates in the California recall race. But one of the main contenders won't be taking a seat. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he's too busy to attend. Chris Lawrence has more.
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((When five candidates take the stage for Californias first recall debate ..a sixth will be hundreds of miles away.

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At Cal State Long Beach, some students threw eggs at Arnold Schwarzenegger, which he tried to wipe off his shirt. But Schwarzenegger got a rousing reception when he focused on education

(Arnold Schwarzenegger/Running for Governor)

It is outrageous that Sacramento increased tuition 40% in one year! Cheers!
The first-time candidate skipped Wednesdays debate but says hell participate in another where the questions are released in advance.

(Arnold Schwarzenegger/Running for Governor)

We have agreed to do a debate at the end of September with the California broadcasters, and that will get the most attention.
Democrats and even some members of his own party have criticized Schwarzeneggers decision.

(Chris Lawrence/CBS News)

But it fits with his campaign strategy so far. Schwarzenegger favors controlled settings that allow him to be seen in public, while minimizing opportunities for give and take.
Some of his rivals are poking fun at him, such as Arianna Huffingtons internet ad that characterizes Schwarzenegger in a South Park-style cartoon.

(Political Advertisement/California Recall)

Hurry up, Im in a race for Governor!
In Wednesdays debate, Governor Gray Davis will take questions from a moderator and panel. Then hell leave the stage and the five candidates will face a similar format. Organizers had planned to leave an empty chair on stage to symbolize Schwarzeneggers absence, but backed off when his aides objected. Chris Lawrence, CBS News, Los Angeles.))

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A coalition of immigrant rights groups is suing seven Virginia colleges -- accusing them of denying admission to illegal immigrants.
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Virginia Tech, U-V-A and James Madison University are among the defendants.
The lawsuit, filed in Alexandria federal court, claims the colleges followed bad advice from Attorney General Jerry Kilgore.
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Last year, he recommended barring illegal immigrants from attending.
The lawsuit says the policy punishes hundreds of students who were brought to the U-S by their parents.
But many universities named in the suit say they DO allow illegal immigrants to enroll.
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A water improvement project could mean better cash flow in Giles County.
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Congressman Rick Boucher and others broke ground today for a new water system that will serve the towns of Pearisburg and Pembroke. The system will be built along Route 460, and will include a new water pump station and two storage tanks. Boucher, who helped get funding for the project, says it will do more than just give residents better fire protection.

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((RICK BOUCHER/9TH DISTRICT: IT'S A GREAT STEP FORWARD THAT WILL ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND PROVIDE FOR NEW ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BY OPENING THE INDUSTRIAL PARK TO NEW SERVICES AND WILL HELP TO ASSURE A MORE PROSPEROUS FUTURE TO GILES COUNTY.))
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The one-point-two million dollar project should be completed by the end of January.
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Republican lawmakers say Medicaid spending is out of control and they are proposing ways to rein it in.
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G-O-P lawmakers say Virginia's Medicaid costs have doubled since the 1980s.
They say one way to slow the spending is to make insurance for long term care more affordable.
So they are proposing a state income tax credit for Virginians who purchase the insurance.
They also want to allow former state employees to purchase more affordable group policies through the Virginia retirement system.
Legislators say these proposals will allow the state to save millions of dollars on nursing home costs.
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((DELEGATE PRESTON BRYANT/R-LYNCHBURG: AS MEDICAID WHICH IS A MANDATORY EXPENSE GROWS IT CUTS INTO WHAT WE CAN INVEST IN EDUCATION, TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHER ED AND PUBLIC SAFETY. WE HAVE TO GET A CONTROL ON THIS MANDATORY SPENDING SO WE CAN AFFORD TO DO OTHER THINGS.))
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Republicans say currently too many Virginians are leaving their long-term care needs to the government and taxpayers.
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[5-Bread]


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If you're a carb conscious dieter, but still crave bread, new low carb alternatives have hit the market. But can they peel off the pounds, and still have an appealing taste? Dr. Sean Kenniff has more
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((IN TWO MONTHS DAVID LOST 32 POUNDS ON THE LOW-CARB ATKINS DIET. NESTOR, ALSO ON ATKINS, LOST 35 POUNDS. BOTH OF THEM SAY GOING WITHOUT BREAD CAN BE BRUTAL.

SOT: NESTOR YGLESIAS/ATKINS DIETER

"I would say the hardest part about the Atkins diet, is not having the bread. I love bread, I love pastas, but you have to make some sacrifices to be on the diet."

SOT: DAVID GARCIA/ATKINS DIETER

"Most of the taste is missing so the bun is like...a third of it man."
AND EXPERTS SAY THOSE CARB CRAVINGS ARE THE NUMBER ONE REASON PEOPLE FAIL ON ATKINS.
STANDUP: "But now Atkin's dieters can have their bread and eat it to, with new low carb alternatives."
TRACK: GENERALLY...THE BREADS HAVE SOME CARBS...BUT JUST A FRACTION OF WHAT REGULAR BREADS DO... IN THIS CASE...THE SANDWICH BUN HAS 3 GRAMS OF CARBS ....AS OPPOSED TO 25-GRAMS IN A REGULAR BUN.

BUT KEEP IN MIND--- THEY ARE MADE MOSTLY FROM GLUTEN--A PROTEIN IN

WHEAT, BARLEY AND RYE--THAT SOME PEOPLE CAN NOT DIGEST.
TRACK: AND...IT'S STILL TOO EARLY IN THE PRODUCTION OF THESE BREADS TO TELL IF THEY WILL TRULY SATISFY THOSE CARB CRAVINGS...
RIGHT NOW---DAWN MILLER AT THE NATURAL FOOD MARKET IN MIAMI SAYS THEY

CAN'T KEEP THEM ON THE SHELVES.

SOT: DAWN MILLER/NATURAL FOOD MARKET

"Anything that we get especially low carb breads sell the second we get it."
OUR DIETERS SAID THEY WERE PLEASANTLY SURPRISED BY THE FLAVOR.... DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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Coming up today in Sports, the Lynchburg Hillcats prepare to open the playoffs.
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Then following that, a noted entertainer and businessman enjoys a long delayed celebration.
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Wall Street tries to extend its winning streak. We'll see if it made it coming up in our Marketwatch report.
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Plus being in the dog house will be a welcome relief to some former residents of the state pen.
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[5Marketwatch]


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Wall Street has closed higher for the fourth straight session.
Share prices moved up across a broad front but failed to finish at their best levels of the day. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your mid week ticker which starts on the diamond. The Lynchburg Hillcats open the Carolina League Division playoffs best of three tonight in Wilmington.
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Tomorrow, Hillcats manager Dave Clark, the league manager of the year, and his Hillcats play game two in Lynchburg. Clark has his team fighting hard and why not, he was a golden gloves boxer in high school, a craft he applies to managing. He fell in love with boxing early in life.
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The Salem Avalanche fell just short of making the playoffs but the end of the season proved to be positive for pitcher Jimmy Barrett.
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Barrett started the season as the Astros fourth leading prospect but he says he was able to handle the pressure.
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Barrett struggled the first part of his stay with the Avalanche but finished strong, winning three of his last four outings allowing just three runs in his final 25 innings thanks to pitching coach Stan Beroski.
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The Washington Redskins kick off the NFL season tomorrow night at nine against the New York Jets.
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The Skins are counting on big things from a former Jet, wide receiver Laveranues Coles. Coles joined the Skins this offseason after 170 receptions, including 13 TD's during his three seasons in New York.
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The addition of Coles and his 13 million dollar signing bonus has been a motivator for the Skins former number one receiver Rod Gardner who got to know Coles from their high school days in Florida.
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Finally, the Cave Spring volleyball team begins defense of its group 2A state championship tomorrow night. More on the Knights title defense and the new rule changes at six, see ya then everybody.
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It took him an extra half century to do it, but singer and sausage king Jimmy Dean is finally a high school graduate.
Tuesday he went back to his hometown of Plainview, Texas to receive his diploma.
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(("IT'S AN EXTREMELY EMOTION THING FOR ME AND IT AS A COMEDIC SOUND TO, YOU KNOW A GUY WHOSE IS 75 YEARS OLD GETTING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, THAT'S ALMOST LAUGHABLE."))
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Dean dropped out of high school before his graduation in 1946, to help support his family.
He says it hurt his mother, so he's happy he could finally go back and finish out his education at Plainview High School.
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(("THIS DIPLOMA IS FOR US, IT'S FOR HER, AND SHE IS GOING TO BE UP THERE SOMEWHERE WATCHING IT."))
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Even without a diploma, Dean made a fortune as an actor, singer and sausage maker.

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Three dogs are going on to better lives after pulling time in the state pen.
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[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co./Last month;]


Lola, Princess and Brooke have spent the last eight weeks learning new tricks at the Botetourt Corrections Unit.
They were headed for doggie death row until they went to take obedience lessons from the inmates.
Today, they graduated to be adopted.
Two of the three will be with their new families later this week. Another is still up for adoption.
The prisoners will get a new set of dogs to train in a few weeks.
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