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Today on News 7 at 5, major changes are the prognosis for the Carilion hospitals in Roanoke.
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and now that he's won the California recall election, the job is just beginning for Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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As expected the clouds are rolling in and light showers or drizzle will follow. More on the forecast straight ahead.

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Also, gastric bypass surgery has become a popular way to lose large amounts of weight,
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but what to do about extra skin left behind? We'll head into the operating room for a new procedure.
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News 7 at 5 starts now.

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A major announcement from Carilion Health System will bring big changes at Roanoke Memorial and Community Hospitals.
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young, in for Jean Jadhon.






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This afternoon, Carilion announced a three year- 105 million dollar project, that will bring a major expansion at Roanoke Memorial, and a different role for Community Hospital. [TAKE NEWS 7 AT 5 IN BAM]
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Joe Dashiell attended the news conference and has more details on today's announcement.
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Shannon, Carilion wants to consolidate all in-patient services at Roanoke Memorial.
Women's services, pediatrics and in-patient clinical services will be moving out of Community, and the College of Health Sciences, nursing programs and other training programs will be moving in.
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(( The plan will mean major construction at Roanoke Memorial...including new obstetrical/pediatric facilities, additional entrances to improve access, and a new access road around the complex.
Carilion officials say the changes will save close to five million dollars a year in operating expenses, while improving the quality of care.
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((WE'RE PUTTING ALL OF OUR SERVICE TOGETHER IN A VERY HIGH TECH, NEW BUILDING , BUT A BUILDING THAT PAYS ATTENTION TO THE NEEDS OF THE PATIENTS, THAT'S WARM IN A HEALING ENVIRONMENT, DESIGNED AND THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ME, DESIGNED BY OUR STAFF AND OUR PHSYCIANS TO BE THE KIND OF PLACE THEY WANT TO WORK IN AND LIVE IN SO TO SPEAK WHILE THEY'RE CARING FOR PATIENTS.))
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Once services are consolidated at Roanoke Memorial, Community Hospital will be converted into a health care training center.
It will house the Jefferson College of Health Sciences, nursing programs... as well as a "fast track" emergency room.
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Shannon, we'll take a closer look at the changes planned for Community Hospital tonight on News 7 at Six.

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New River Valley officials are looking for a woman suspected of stealing credit cards.
Blacksburg police say the woman stole the cards from local hospitals and medical centers and has been using them at area stores.
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They released some surveillance tape of the suspect and are hoping someone will recognize her.
Police say so far she's run up a tab of about 2-thousand dollars.
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Winning was the easy part. After winning yesterday's historic California recall election, Governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger now must tackle a budget deficit and try to live up to his campaign promises. Manuel Gallegus reports.
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((CHARISMATIC, BUT WITH NO EXPERIENCE HOLDING PUBLIC OFFICE ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER NOW HAS WHAT HE ASKED VOTERS FORTHE GIGANTIC TASK OF FIXING CALIFORNIAS COMPLEX PROBLEMS.
-SOT-ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER FROM LAST NIGHTS VICTORY SPEECH

IT APPEARS DEMOCRATS WILL NOT TRY TO CHALLENGE SCHWARZENEGGERS VICTORYOR EVEN FORCE ANOTHER RECALLAND A CONCILIATORY GRAY DAVIS PROMISES TO MAKE HIS DEPARTURE FROM OFFICE A SMOOTH ONE.
-SOT-GRAY DAVIS, RECALLED GOVERNOR

SCHWARZENEGGER TAKES THE REIGNS IN MID TO LATE NOVEMBER, ONCE THE ELECTION IS OFFICIALLY CERTIFIED. THAT ONLY GIVES HIM A FEW WEEKS TO FORM HIS TRANSITION TEAM. EXPERTS SAY SCHWARZENEGGER MUST REACH OUT TO ANGRY DEMOCRATS WHO DOMINATE THE LEGISLATURE..AND TO HUNDREDS OF DAVIS APPOINTEES ON BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS.
-SOT-ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER

HE ALSO HAS THE HUGE TASK OF PRESENTING A BUDGET PLAN BY JANUARY 10THAND LINING-UP QUALIFIED APPOINTEES TO FILL PERHAPS HUNDREDS OF JOBSASKING THEM TO COME TO SACRAMENTO AT A MOMENTS NOTICE. -STAND-UP- EXPERTS SAY NOW COMES A TRUE TEST OF DEMOCRACYHOW PROFESSIONALLY DAVIS LOYALISTS AND APPOINTEES BEHAVE DURING THE TRANSITION. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))


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Armed with a favorable court ruling, the government is preparing to re-start its do-not-call list to block telemarketing calls. The Federal Trade Commission says the registry will be ready to accept new phone numbers tomorrow morning at 8.
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The list had been frozen by a federal judge, who said it violated free-speech for telemarketers. But an appeals court ruling yesterday allows the registration process to move forward.
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((KEN LANE/CO ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE: IN EFFECT TENTH CIRCUIT SAID NO THAT'S INCORRECT GOVERNMENT CAN TAKE A PIECEMEAL APPROACH TO ADDRESS A PROBLEM - PROBLEM HERE BEING UNWANTED TELEPHONE CALLS INTO A PERSON'S HOME.))
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[VO NAT :04] Ultimately a three judge panel will make the final decision.
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[TAKE DO NOT CALL FS] If you haven't already, you can sign up for the list on the internet at www dot do-no-call dot gov. Or call toll free 1-888-382-1222. More than 52 (m) million phone numbers are now on the list.
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Still to come on the newscast, Governor Warner announces his plans to keep teachers in the classrooms, but does that plan involve pay raises?
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and also in Healthcheck tonight, after losing countless pounds, many people who had their stomachs stapled are finding they have another problem to deal with. We'll have the story in just a moment.
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Governor Warner says good teachers are hard to find and even harder to keep.
But he says he has a plan to improve Virginia's teacher retention rate.
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The governor says one third of all teachers quit the profession within their first three years.
He says the high turnover rates force schools to spend more money on recruitment and training.
Warner wants to put one-point-five million dollars into a mentoring program to encourage new teachers to remain in hard-to-staff schools.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: WE SAVE THE STATE MONEY IF WE END UP WITH A MENTORING PROGRAM THAT WORKS. SO THE QUESTION IS SHOULD WE INVEST THE MILLION AND A HALF DOLLARS TO SAVE THE STATE 3.7 MILLION I THINK THAT'S A DEAL WORTH DOING.))
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The governor is also proposing a statewide job fair to help schools recruit quality teachers.
As for teacher pay raises, Warner says the state can not afford them.
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So you just had a gastric bypass and got rid of all those extra pounds. Your next problem is what do do with hanging skin flaps -- some of which can be enormous. One option is called a "full body lift", but as Doctor Sean Kenniff reports, the process can be painful.
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(((pix of Irene with Cinderella) IRENE ORR IS BEAMING LIKE SHE's THE PRINCESS WITH A NEW BODYAND A NEW OUTLOOK ON LIFE.
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I LOST ABOUT 205-TOTAL -THAT WAS INCLUDING THE BODY LIFT.
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OVERWEIGHT HER WHOLE LIFE IRENE FINALLY UNDERWENT A GASTRIC BYPASS AT THE AGE OF 18. BUT LIKE THE MORE THAN 103-THOUSAND AMERICANS WHO HAVE EITHER GASTRIC BYPASS OR LAP BAND SURGERY EACH YEAR IRENE FOUND HERSELF NEEDING MORE SURGERY.

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YOU LOSE ALL THIS WEIGHT AND YOU FINALLY REACH YOUR GOAL AND YOU ARE STILL UNHAPPY WITH YOUR BODY. STANDUP: UNHAPPY WITH THE SKIN LEFT BEHIND WHEN THE WEIGHT STARTS TO DROP OFF. TRADITIONALLY PATIENTS HAD TUMMY TUCKS. NOW-MORE AND MORE ARE SEEKING WHATS CALLED THE FULL BODY LIFT.
SOT: DR. DAVE OLIAK/CHAPMAN MEDICAL CTR.WHAT IT ENTAILS IS BASICALLY A THIGH LIFT, A BUTT LIFT AND THEN AN ABDOMINALPLA

STY-A TUMMY TUCK.
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ALL AT THE SAME TIME. DR. DAVE OLIAK OF CHAPMAN MEDICAL CENTER IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FIRST REMOVES THE INNER-TUBE-LIKE ROLL FROM AROUND THE PATIENTS BODY AND THEN STRETCHES THE BOTTOM - TO MEET THE TOP. ITS A MAJOR SURGERY
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WE REMOVE USUALLY BETWEEN 7-25-POUNDS OF SKIN AND FAT WITH THESE OPERATIONS. BUT THE RECOVERY TIME IS SIGNIFICANT. IRENE SAYS SHE WAS IN CONSTANT PAIN FOR A FEW WEEKSBACK TO WORK AND SCHOOL IN ABOUT 6. AND IN EARLY SEPTEMBER
(I ACTUALLY WORE A BATHING SUIT OUT IN PUBLIC,. REALLY?!!)

..SHE DID.....A 2-PIECEON A CRUISE. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS. ))
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The body lift generally costs about 15-thousand dollars. In some cases, it's covered by insurance.

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Still ahead on the newscast, two Hollywood mega stars team up in the new blockbuster, Intolerable Cruelty.
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and also, it's a high class, high price dating service. But do these folks match with their dates? We'll have the story up next.
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They take too much time getting ahead .. to little time to find the right woman.
Some men who see their lives that way are willing to pay a lot of money so someone else can do the screening. It's a high-price dating service, and as Keith Oppenheim reports, it's one that runs a lot like corporate recruiting.

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(( MICHELE AND PETER ARE ON THEIR FIRST DATE. There are very few wines I don't enjoy. - Red? White? Blue? Green? - I prefer green. - The greens are limited here.

CLEVER BANTER, AND CLEAR RULES. PETER'S A CLIENT - PAYING TO MEET WOMEN LIKE MICHELE. MICHELE'S WHAT THEY CALL AN AFFILIATE - AND DOESN'T PAY A DIME. Good Morning, Selective Search. THEY MET THROUGH SELECTIVE SEARCH, A FIRM THAT SEEKS OUT PRESTIGIOUS MEN WILLING TO PAY ANYWHERE FROM 10 THOUSAND TO - NO JOKE - MORE THAN 100-THOUSAND BUCKS TO FIND THE RIGHT LADY. I am not one degree down from Heidi Fleiss - or an escort service. RECRUITER BARBIE ADLER AND HER STAFF SAY THEIR APPROACH WORKS, BECAUSE THEIR CLIENTS WANT SOMETHING SPECIFIC. Barbie Adler If you're not with the right person - Don't be afraid - cut your losses - and I will help you find the right person. TO DO THAT, SELECTIVE SEARCH THROWS LAVISH AFFILIATE PARTIES - EVENTS FILLED WITH PICTURE TAKING AND INTERVIEWS WHERE FLOCKING FEMALES MOSTLY SAID THEY DON'T MIND TO LET THE MEN CHOOSE - AND PAY. JENNA HELDSELECTIVE SEARCH AFFILIATE And I think in general women make less money in the workplace, so ya know, maybe it's our turn. Keith Oppenheim Indeed, the business model of Selective Search is to purposefully have comparatively few paying clients - less than 100 men, and a lot of affiliates - a couple thousand women - a ratio intended to maximize the possibility of a good match. FOR PROSPECTIVE CLIENT, JOHN BINTZ - THE ODDS ARE APPEALING - IN HIS VIEW, WORTH PAYING FOR. AND NOW BACK TO PETER AND MICHELE - WHERE, IT SEEMS THE WINE ISN'T THE ONLY GOOD SELECTION. They did very well, I'm very happy. IN CHICAGO, KEITH OPPENHEIM for News 7 at 5))
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[Take WDBJ Web FS] If you would like to know more about Selective Search, just go to our Home Page at WDBJ7-dot-com and click Web Sites in the News.
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Coming up in sports, the Yankees and Red Sox are getting ready for the first pitch in their championship series tonight...
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and some Winston Cup cars hit the Martinsville Speedway, tuning up for next week's Subway 5-hundred.
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After five straight advances to open the month, Wall Street has its first loss in October. Alexis Christoforous has more in today's Marketwatch.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the midweek ticker, which starts on the track. Five Nascar teams wrapped up three days worth of testing this afternoon at the Martinsville Speedway in preparation for next weekend's Subway 500.
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Winston Cup points leader Matt Kenseth was among the drivers on hand along with Kyle Petty. There have been six different winners in the fall race since 1997, quite a change from the late 60's when Petty's dad, King Richard won four straight.
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The Yankees and the Red Sox open their best of seven American League Championship Series tonight in New York. Boston is riding an emotional high after coming back from a two game deficit to beat Oakland to reach the ALCS.
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The Cubs and Marlins also play tonight at the exact same time in game two of their best of seven series that the Fish lead 1 game to none.

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The College football on Your Hometown Station this weekend once again features an ACC-SEC doubleheader. The opener from Death Valley comes your way at Noon as the Clemson Tigers host the 24th ranked Virginia Cavaliers.
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[GO TO PINNACLE COLLEGE] Right after the Tigers and Cavs finish up in South Carolina we'll head to Baton Rouge where the unbeaten LSU Tigers host the slumping Florida Gators. The action begins Saturday at Noon.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NFL] Sunday we also have back-to-back action for you as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Patriots at one, and then the late game has the Steelers trying to salvage their season against the Broncos. Two days - four games - right here on WDBJ-7.
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Coming up tonight at the top of the hour - we'll tell you why Syracuse won't be the only thing invading Lane Stadium this weekend. Shannon will be back to close out News 7 at Five in just a moment.

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Finally, it's quite the marquee matchup .. George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones. They headline "Intolerable Cruelty", which opens this weekend in theaters across the country.
Scott Rapoport talks with both headliners in this preview.
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EIR MEAT-IEST ROLES TO DATE. SOT: "I assume you're a carnivore. Oh Mr. Massey, you have no idea." IN "INTOLERABLE CRU

ELTY...MAN EATER KATHERINE ZETA-JONES IS SET TO DEVOUR DIVORCE ATTORNEY GEORGE CLOONEY... AND SINK HER TEETH INTO HIS F
ORTUNE. SOT: Interview (Scott) "You're fresh meat...and she's just gonna eat you alive. I know." SOT: Interview (Geo

rge Clooney and Katherine Zeta-Jones) 42:33 "Every time she'd walk in the room...she'd walk across...everybody in the r
oom...all the crew would say...you're dead." (Big Laugh) SOT: "I'm sentimental." IN THE MOVIE, SHE'S A GOLD DIGGING
DIVA...WHO'S CAPTURED THE HEART... SOT: "You fascinate me!" ...OF THIS UTTERLY OILY... SOT: Interview/George and Kat
herine / "Sleek! Sleek." ...OBNOXIOUS... SELF ABSORBED MAN. (Flash in the teeth clips - up full). SOT: Interview (Geo
rge and Katherine) (Scott) "Is it fun to play it so far over the top." SOT: (George and Katherine) "Yeah it's certainl
y freeing. I love that look that you give in the courtroom. that cracks me up." SOT: Nat sot/clip SOT: (Katherine Ze
ta Jones Laughing) "I love that. That's one of my favorite moments." SOT: Clip "Howard and i are planning to marry."

-- THEN THERE'S THE GARDEN-VARIETY LIES, GREED AND BETRAYAL THE TWO CONSTANTLY INFLICT ON THOSE AROUND THEM...AND EAC
H OTHER. YOU KNOW...YOUR TYPICAL (ROMANTIC)COMEDY. SOT: (Joel and Ethan Cohen/Directors) (Scott) "These are such horri
ble, deplorable, morally bankrupt people. How did you come up with them?" SOT: Ethan Cohen "And yet you can't help bu
t love them." (Big Laugh from whole room). YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE?... SOT: Interview (george) "Go ahead and tell 'em."

YOU'LL HAVE TO SEE FOR YOURSELF ! SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS...NEW YORK. Music: None ))