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Today on News 7 at 5, a photographer from Radford faces homicide charges.
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Also opening statements begin in the case of a Roanoke doctor who's accused of illegally distributing drugs.
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This forecast is like a walk in the park. Comfortable temperatures and mostly sunny skies.

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President Bush condemns the violence in the Middle East,
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and a never before seen videoptape of Osama Bin Laden is released to the public.
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Also today a prominent college athlete is suspended for the season. News 7 at 5 is next.

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A Radford photographer now faces more charges in the death of a model.
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A grand jury indicted Robert Shell this afternoon on nine charges, including felony homicide, defilement of a dead human body, forcible sodomy and distribution of drugs.
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The 56-year-old was already charged with object sexual penetration, in connection with the death of his assistant, Marion Franklin of North Carolina. Police found the 19-year-old model dead in Shell's studio June 3rd. Prosecutors have not revealed the cause of death. Franklin's family released a statement today saying Shell was a much older man who took advantage of a young girl's desire to better herself... and for that there must be justice.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Even if Shell posts bond, he will remain on house arrest.
A judge has allowed Shell to visit his office once a week to finish work on a book. He is scheduled to be arraigned on the new charges September 30th.

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The first testimony came today in the case against Roanoke pain specialist Cecil Knox.
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Witnesses from Perdue Pharma- -the makers of the powerful pain medicine OxyContin - - were called to testify on behalf of the government.
A sales representative for the drug company testified that Doctor Knox's rate of OxyContin prescriptions was "flat" during the time she was calling on him. During opening statements the government portrayed Knox as a physician pushing opiates, contrary to his patients' wishes. The defense painted Knox as a compassionate advocate for his patients.
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((THE VIRGINIA BOARD OF MEDICINE HAS REVIEWED MANY OF THE CHARTS THAT MAKE UP THE INDICTMENT AND CONCLUDED THAT HE WAS ACTING PROPERLY AND WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF PROFESSIONAL MEDICINE.))
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Attorneys for the government declined to summarize their case on camera. The trial resumes tomorrow.
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One day before the 9-11 anniversary the world may once again be seeing and hearing from its alleged mastemind- Osama bin laden. The Arab television network Al Jazeera has aired video and audiotapes of what it says are the al Qaida leader and his top deputy.
As Manuel Gallegus reports, if the tapes are bin laden it would be the first time he's been heard from since April.
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(( ARABIC TELEVISION AL JAZEERA BROADCAST A VIDEOTAPE ALLEGEDLY OF BIN LADEN AND AL QUEDA LEADER AYMAN AL ZAWAHRI, IN SOME UNKNOWN MOUNTAIN REGION.
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THERE WAS ALSO AN AUDIO TAPE WITH A VOICE THAT MAY BE THAT OF ZAWAHRI.
ON THE TAPE THE VOICE PROMISES MORE ATTACKS TO PUNISH THE UNITED STATES.
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"We are not people of bloodthirsty - but we will cut the hand of those who come to us and try and attack us."
THE RELEASE OF THE TAPES COMES JUST AS AMERICANS ARE REMEMBERING THE ATTACKS ON THE WORLD TRADE CENTER AND PENTAGON. AL QUEDA IS BLAMED FOR THOSE ATTACKS AND THE VOICE DOES REFER TO 9/11 ..PRAISING THE HI-JACKERS... AND WARNING THE U.S. TO BACK DOWN.
"The great battle will come - it has not started yet - you will be punished for your crimes." THE TAPE ALSO CALLS FOR IRAQI GUERILLAS TO QUOTE BURY AMERICAN TROOPS. "We advise the mothers of the soldiers to ask their governments to return their sons to them before they come back to them coffins." THE VIDEO WAS PURPORTEDLY MADE IN APRIL OR MAY. BUT THERES NO WAY OF KNOWING FOR SURE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS NEW YORK.))

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Reports tonight of Israeli tanks firing shells on a police post in the Gaza Strip. So far police say no one is hurt and the shells did not cause any serious damage.
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The shelling comes just hours after Israeli planes blasted the home of a senior Hamas leader.
The official and his wife were wounded while his son and a bodyguard were killed.
The Israeli attacks come just one day after two suicide bombings on Israelis killed 15 people.
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Despite the recent violence President Bush says he believes if all parties fight off terror, peace will prevail.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: IT'S TOUGH TIMES HERE NOW AND WE MOURN THE LOSS OF INNOCENT LIFE, BUT THE VISION IS STILL THERE CAUSE I STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT IT'S IN THE INTEREST OF EVERY BODY THAT TWO STATES LIVE SIDE BY SIDE IN PEACE.))
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The President made the comments while meeting with Kuwait's prime minister.
As far as the new Palestinian Prime Minister is concerned, the President says only time will tell whether he can work as closely with him as he did with past leader Mahmoud Abbas.
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A new program wants to make it easier for Southside workers to finish their education. We'll have the details after the break.
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Plus we'll tell you why the federal government is now grading the country's food producers.
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The YMCA celebrated a milestone today, as it concluded a multi- million dollar capital campaign.
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The "Y" exceeded its goal, raising ten and a half million dollars, and in the process secured a 500- thousand dollar challenge grant from the Kresge (KREZ-gee) Foundation.
The money will go toward new buildings now under construction in Roanoke and Salem.
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((CAL JOHNSON/YMCA OF ROANOKE VALLEY: SURE THERE WERE TIMES PARTICULARLY WITH THE ECONOMY, FOR THE PAST YEAR, THE WORLD AT WAR, WE BEGAN TO LOOK AT IS IT DOABLE , BUT THANKS TO THE INCREDIBLE NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS, STAFF AND DONORS, WE'RE HERE TODAY TO SAY IT CAN HAPPEN. AND IT DID.))
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Officials also announced that the new downtown Y will be named in honor of the Kirk Family, for their significant financial support and volunteer leadership.
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A new program in southside Virginia could put the area's workforce in victory lane.
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State and local officials today used the Martinsville Speedway as a backdrop to announce a new initiative called "Race to G-E-D."
It will be open to residents in Martinsville, Danville, as well as the counties of Henry, Patrick, Pittsylvania, and Franklin.
The program is designed to help adults get their high school diploma and hopefully a better paying job.
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((HUGH KEOGH/VIRGINIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: THE MORE RESOURCES, THE MORE PASSION, THE MORE ENTHUSIASM, THE MORE SKILL WE PUT TOWARD CREATING A BETTER QUALIFIED WORKFORCE THE BETTER OFF THE COMMONWEALTH WILL BE AND THAT WILL BE IN MY MIND THE TIDE THAT LIFTS THE BOATS IN SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIA.))
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The program will be financed through a 443-thouand dollar grant by the West Piedmont Workforce Investment Board.
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In health check tonight,
The Food and Drug Administration has launched an initiative to help consumers recognize potentially bogus health claims advertised on some food products.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us the initiative will start this month.
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Jean,
The FDA's plan is to put a Grade, A through D --on foods that claims to have a particular health benefit.
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One nutritionist says it will better arm consumers --but they still need to be careful when shopping because not all foods that appear to be healthy, really are.
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(( While many of us have heard that wheat bread is better for you than white bread -- Nutritionist Janet Grubbs says don't be fooled. Not all wheat bread is as healthy as you might think.
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((WHEN YOU'RE WALKING DOWN THE AISLE AND SEE YOU A DARK BROWN BREAD YOU THINK IT'S VERY HEALTH START READING THE LABEL, WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO FIND IS THIS IS ENRICHED WHEAT FLOUR, WHICH IS BASICALLY WHITE FLOUR DOWN IN HERE YOU'RE GOING TO TO SEE THEY'VE HAD ADDED CARAMEL COLOR TO GIVE IT THAT BROWN APPEARANCE TO MAKE IT LOOK HEALTHIER GOT TO READ THE LABELS )) [RUNS19]
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This bread has just one gram fiber --that's why Grubbs says stick with the whole wheat --it is not as processed and has more fiber.
You even have to be careful when it comes to buying fruit juice.
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((IF IT SAYS FRUIT JUICE MAKE SURE IT SAYS 100-PERCENT FRUIT JUICE EVEN SOMETHING THAT SOUNDS HEALTHY, LIKE BERRY BLEND, BUT WHEN YOU READ THE LABEL THERE IS ONLY 10-PERCENT JUICE IN THAT PRODUCT SO THE REST IS SUGAR FLAVORED WATER SO IT'S NOT A HEALTHY A CHOICE )) [RUNS14]
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And when choosing fortified products such as soy milk -- Grubbs says you must also be mindful of what you're getting.

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((CALCIUM FROM SOY PRODUCTS IS NOT NATURAL ANY CALCIUM IN SOY IS ADDED AND IT'S NOT AS EASILY DIGESTED AND READILY AVAILABLE AND ABSORBED BY YOUR BODY AS CALCIUM FORM DAIRY FOODS)) [RUNS11]
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Grubbs say her best advice is to stick with the basics whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and low fat dairy for a well rounded diet.
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Jean,

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Still to come on the newscast, a former Hokie is back in the N-F-L. Plus Brent Watts will examine some often overlooked artwork.
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Chances are you've walked by dozens of storefronts in your lifetime and thought nothing of it. But can the facades tell a story? One local photographer thinks so. Brent Watts stopped by the Hollins University Art Gallery where some unique photographs are on display.
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Coming up in Sports, one of the country's best known college athletes is suspended.
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Then a little bit later, we'll tell you why one newscaster is rethinking her choice of guests.
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In Wall Street news, analysts say with the stock markets rising steadily in recent weeks, investors have seen little reason not to cash out.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the midweek ticker. Maurice Clarett is becoming a household name and a household pain all at the same time. The troubled Ohio State running back, who led the Buckeyes to the national championship last year, but has yet to play this season
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is now officially out for the entire season. Clarett and his mom met with Ohio State athletic director Andy Geiger earlier today at which time he was informed that he would not play for the Buckeyes this season. His scholarship is in tact, but most expect Clarett to transfer - possibly to Grambling. Yesterday he was charged with a misdemeanor after providing false information in a police report.
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Ohio State hosts NC State this weekend. The Pack is trying to shake last week's loss to Wake Forest while the Buckeyes are trying to put the Maurice Clarett saga in the rear view mirror. Both teams have great individual players starting with the Buckeyes' Chris Gamble.
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From the Wolfpack to the Packers. Green Bay has re-signed former Virginia Tech Hokie Antonio Freeman to a one year deal.
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Freeman caught 46 passes for 600 yards and 4 TD's last season with the Eagles. He is the Packers' fifth all time leading pass catcher with 417 receptions for over 65 hundred yards and 57 touchdowns. Freeman's familarity with the Pack's offense made him a logical pickup after Donald Driver went down with a neck injury on Sunday.
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And there is plenty of football this weekend right here on Your Hometown Station.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NCAA] This Saturday at three we are between the hedges in Athens as the Georgia Bulldogs play host to the South Carolina Gamecocks fresh off their win over UVa. That's Saturday at three.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NFL] Then on Sunday - it's doubleheader action from the NFL as the Chiefs and Steelers play at one followed by the Patriots and Eagles at four. Plenty of football all weekend long right here on WDBJ-7.
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Coming up at the top of the hour - we'll check in with the Roanoke College men's soccer team that once again is nationally ranked. Take care everybody and have a safe evening. [GO TO BREAK]


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It is said in Hollywood that you should never work with children and animals.
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You probably would not have too much trouble convincing the anchor of a Nashville newscast.
Handlers were showing off their animals on the "More at Mid-Day" program.
They brought in a cayman, but it wasn't too excited about being on live T-V.
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Finally today, people looking forward to the year's most anticipated wedding will have to keep waiting.
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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have reportedly postponed their ceremony.
Access Hollywood'' and ``Entertainment Tonight'' both say the wedding won't take place this Sunday as scheduled.
The media frenzy surrounding the ceremony is to blame.
Publicists for Lopez and Affleck have not been available for comment yet.
Earlier today someone revealed the ceremony was planned for the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles. A caterer spilled the beans to someone else having their wedding there at the same time.
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