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Next on News 7 at 5, a Virginia Beach courtroom takes center stage as the trial begins for one of the accused Washington snipers.
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Plus an American ally is the target of the latest bombing in Iraq.
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It's a two part forecast, the first features brief, heavy rain and the second features wind gusts above 40mph as a high wind warning goes into effect.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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On Healthcheck, the federal government reconsiders its ban on silicone breast implants.
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[VO-NAT]

Also we'll tell you why a local politician was visited today by a not so fine feathered friend.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

Plus we'll tell you why one locality is getting a new deputy who is willing to walk a beat... on four feet. News 7 at 5 is next.

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One of the men accused of last year's sniper attacks tells a Virginia beach judge, he didn't do it.
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[5-Snipers]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=Five]
[WRITER=tbr]
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John Muhammad appeared subdued in court today as he entered a not guilty plea to murder, conspiracy and firearms charges.
Jennifer Donelan has more on the start of his trial.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Andrew Cohen/CBS News Legal Consultant; :38]
[SUPER=01-Jonathan Shapiro/Defense Attorney; 1:22]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Donelan/CBS News; 1:29]
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[OUT Q=CBS News Virginia Beach]

((ACCUSED SNIPER - JOHN MUHAMMAD - HIS USUAL PRISON UNIFORM REPLACED BY A SHIRT AND TIE - NEVER SPOKE DIRECTLY TO THE POTENTIAL MEN AND WOMEN WHO COULD ONE DAY DECIDE IF HES GUILTY OR NOT IF HE SHOULD LIVE OR DIE.

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AMID TIGHT SECURITY, TODAY BEGAN THE TEDIOUS PROCESS OF A SELECTING A JURY IN THE FIRST TRIAL OF THE SNIPER SHOOTINGS. 1000 RESIDENTS OF VIRGINIA BEACH HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED THAT THEY COULD BE CALLED TO DUTY. EARLY ON THE JUDGE BEGAN TO WHITTLE THE POOL DOWN TO THE FINAL DOZEN A PROCESS THAT COULD TAKE AN ENTIRE WEEK FOR A TRIAL THAT COULD LAST AS LONG AS 2 MONTHS.
Sot - Andrew Cohen/CBS News Legal Consultant I think the judge is going to go to great lengths to right away and during the course of trial remind jurors, look you cant pay attention to news reports, cant read newspapers.
PROSECUTORS SAY MUHAMMAD WAS THE CAPTAIN OF A TWO-MAN KILLING TEAM. ONE YEAR AGO, FOR THREE WEEKS IN OCTOBER, 13 PEOPLE WERE SHOT AT RANDOM IN VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, AND D.C.PICKED OFF AS THEY WENT ABOUT THEIR DAILY ROUTINES. 10 DIED. THIS TRIAL CENTERS ON VICTIM NO. 9, 53-YEAR-OLD DEAN MEYERS, SHOT IN THE HEAD, WHILE PUMPING GAS IN MANASSAS VIRGINIA.
WITH THE GOAL OF FINDING UNBIASED JURORS, THE TERROR THAT GRIPPED THE D.C. METRO AREA WILL PLAY OUT IN A COURTROOM 200 MILES AWAY FROM THE CRIME SCENES.
Sot - Jonathan Shapiro/Defense Attorney Were ready to go and hope to have a good and fair trial with tremendous jurors form the city of Virginia Beach.
STANDUP - REASONS WHY JURORS WERE EXCUSED THE LATEST JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS VIRGINIA BEACH))

[5-Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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Yet another sucide bomber in Iraq- this time the target is an American ally.
But the U-S military says today's attack on the Turkey Embassy was not as a big suprise.
At least two people were killed including the bomber- Teri Okita reports.
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[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]
[SUPER=01-Col. Peter Mansoor/1st Armored Division;]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Mitch McConnell/(R) Kentucky]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Lincoln Chafee/(R) Rhode Island;]
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[OUT Q=CBS News, Washington.]

(( THE STREETS ARE CORDONED OFF NEAR TURKEYS EMBASSY IN BAGHDAD AFTER A SUICIDE BOMBER SET OFF A CAR FILLED WITH EXPLOSIVES. IT COULD HAVE BEEN MUCH WORSE, BUT WHEN INFORMANTS WARNED THE MILITARY OF A POTENTIAL ATTACK, EXTRA CONCRETE SECURITY BARRIERS WERE PUT IN PLACE. Col. Peter Mansoor/1st Armored Division: About three or four days ago, we improved the security at the compound. These measures worked to prevent any loss of life inside the compound and to limit any injuries to a small number of people.
MANY IRAQIS ARE ANGRY THAT TURKEY PLANS TO SEND PEACEKEEPING TROOPS TO THEIR COUNTRY A DECISION THAT MAY HAVE PROMPTED THIS ATTACK. ITS THE EIGHTH SUICIDE BOMBING IN IRAQ SINCE AUGUST. REGARDLESS OF THE VIOLENCE, SOME LAWMAKERS JUST BACK FROM BAGHDAD SAY MUCH PROGRESS IS BEING MADE THERE.
Sen. Mitch McConnell/R-Kentucky: Commerce is up people are glad, hope, optimism in spite of attacks. Sen. Lincoln Chafee/R-Rhode Island: I wouldnt have believed it if I hadnt seen it myself the feeling of relief of being liberated from a brutal tyrant.
AT THE U-N, KEY SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS ARE DISAPPOINTED THE U-S HASN'T GONE FAR ENOUGH IN ITS REVISED RESOLUTION ON IRAQ. RUSSIA, FRANCE AND GERMANY WANT A QUICKER TRANSFER OF POWER BACK TO IRAQ AND A GREATER UN ROLE IN IT'S FUTURE. Teri Okita/Reporting:
Contrary to previous comments made by a U-S army officer, a military spokeswoman now says they DONT have any intelligence that Saddam Hussein is still hiding out in Tikrit. If they did, she says, they would have acted on it. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

[5-Logan-Security]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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Most cargo that goes on airplanes is not electronically screened...
But starting today that'll change at Boston's Logan Airport.
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It'll now use huge screening machine that will scan full truckloads of cargo for explosives.
Since 9-11 the focus has been on passenger and baggage screening...
Only a small percentage of cargo is actually checked before being shipped on cargo or passenger planes.
The pilot program is another first for Logan-
Logan was the first major airport to install permanent screening for all checked bags.
The planes that struck the World Trade Center took off from Logan.
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A so-called Chicken man tries to goose the ego of Delegate Morgan Griffith. We'll have that story after the break.

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[VO-NAT]

Also some officials in the Catholic church say they may have to take action if the Pope's health continues to decline.


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[5-Chicken-Man]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
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Halloween may be right around the corner but it was election season that brought one man out in costume today.
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A protestor dressed as a chicken squawked and strutted in front of Delegate Morgan Griffith's campaign headquarters in Salem. He would identify himself only as "Chicken Man". The show was a response to Griffith's refusal to schedule a debate proposed by Mark Emick, his Democratic opponent for the 8th House District House of Delegates seat.
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[IN Q=I'm gonna stay out here ...]
[SUPER=01-"Chicken Man"]

(("CHICKEN MAN": I'M GONNA STAY OUT HERE UNTIL EVERYBODY REALIZES IN TEH 8TH HOUSE DISTRICT THAT MORGAN GRIFFITH IS A BIG OLD CHICKEN!))
[SUPER=@Griffith;]

((MORGAN GRIFFITH/(R) HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: "CHICKEN MAN" DOESN'T UNDERSTAND. MY OPPONENT AND I HAVE HAD 8 OR 9 JOINT APPEARANCES WHERE WE'VE BOTH BEEN THERE TALKING ISSUES.))
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[OUT Q=both been there talking issues.]
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When asked why he wouldn't give his name, "Chicken Man" replied "I guess *I'M* just a big chicken."
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[5-Pope-Health]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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Cardinals will meet at the Vatican this week- much of the discussion could be about who may take over after Pope John Paul.
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While the cardinals will talk about the Pope's successor- and no one denies the pope has been physically ill- Vatican officials still say the pontiff is mentally sharp.
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((CERTAINLY I WOULD SAY THAT THIS HOLY FATHER HAS BEEN SO STRONG AND PLEASE GOD HE'LL BE SO STRONG FOR ANOTHER MANY YEARS.))
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[SUPER=01-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick/Archbishop of Washington D.C.;]
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[OUT Q=another many years.]
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Cardinals say the church won't let the pope deteriorate indefinitely before taking action- and deciding the future administration of the church.
The cardinals are in town for the 25th annniversary of the pope's election.
The pontiff is expected to take part in many events surrounding the anniversary.
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[5-Breast-Implants]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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The federal government banned silicone breast implants in 1992, but they could be making a comeback.
A company wants to offer the controversial implants as an option.
Scott Rapoport has more.
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[SUPER=01-Fran Stern Wessler/Patient;]
[SUPER=01-Ann Stancel/Breast Cancer Survivor;]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Nolan Karp/NYU Medical Center;]
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[OUT Q=Scott Rapoport CBS NEWS]

((TO FRAN STERN WESSLER ... THERE SEEMED TO BE ONLY ONE OPTION FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF HER BREAST AFTER A MASTECTOMY AND CHEMOTHERAPY.

(SOT: FRAN STERN WESSLER/PAITENT)

WHEN DR. KARP TOLD ME I HAD THE CHOICE BETWEEN A SALINE IMPLANT OR A SILICONE IMPLANT-- I STOPPED HIM AND BASICALLY CUT HIM OFF AT THE KNEES BECAUSE BASICALLY I DIDN'T WANT ANY PART OF SILICONE.
BUT AFTER A LOT OF RESEARCH --FRAN EVENTUALLY CHOSE SILICONE....BY ENTERING INTO A TRIAL EXAMINING THE SAFETY OF THE IMPLANTS...WHICH HAVE BEEN BANNED SINCE 19-92...WHEN WOMEN WITH RUPTURED OR LEAKING IMPLANTS BEGAN REPORTING VARIOUS ILLNESSES LIKE LUPUS AND CHRONIC FATIGUE.
...BUT SINCE THEN NO MAJOR SCIENTIFIC STUDY HAS PROVED A LINK BETWEEN SILICONE IMPLANTS AND SERIOUS DISEASE. SO... A FEDERAL ADVISORY PANEL IN WASHINGTON IS NOW MEETING TO CONSIDER LIFTING THE BAN.

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IT IS AN EXPLOSIVE ISSUE WITH WOMEN CLEARLY -- ON BOTH SIDES. THOSE OPPOSED TO THE IMPLANTS TOLD THE PANEL WHAT THEIR LIFE HAS BEEN LIKE SINCE THE IMPLANTS.

(SOT: ANN STANCEL/BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR)

I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH GRAVES DISEASE, FIBROMYALGIA, MY EYES WERE SO DRY THAT ONE OF THE RETINAS TORE.

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I HAVE PAIN AND NUMBNESS IN MY LEFT SHOULDER, ARM, HAND AND FOOT...
YET -- LIKE FRAN-- THERE ARE PATIENTS WHO HAVE HAD NO PROBLEMS AT ALL...

(SOT: DR. NOLAN KARP/NYU MEDICAL CTR)

I HAVEN'T HAD ONE PATIENT THAT I'VE OPERATED ON GET ANY SYMPTOM REMOTELY REFERABLE TO COLAGEN-VASCULAR DISEASE, SCLERODERMA, ARTHRITIS, ANYTHING.
BUT FRAN'S SURGEON CAUTIONS WOMEN TO REMEMBER SILICONE IMPLANTS ARE MAN-MADE DEVICES WHICH CAN RUPTURE AT ANY TIME...REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SURGERY...AND PROBABLY ONLY HAVE A LIFE OF 10-20-YEARS... MORE THINGS THE FEDERAL ADVISORS WILL HAVE TO CONSIDER...AS THEY HEAR TALES OF ILLNESS AND PAIN... AND SOME TOO OF CONTENTMENT. SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS.))

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One out every nine Americans over the age of 20 has chronic kidney disease. But only half of them know it.
[ANCHOR=JEAN 2 shot]


Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us how you can tell if you are at risk
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Jean, many times there are no signs of kidney disease.
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That's why doctor recommend a routine blood test. If kidney disease is caught early, dialysis may not be the only option.
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((
There are about 350-thousand Americans on dialysis because of chronic kidney disease and the numbers keep growing.
Mary Harding used to be one of them at the VA Medical Center.
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[IN Q=I was on dialysis for five years]

((I WAS ON DIALYSIS FOR FIVE YEARS BEFORE I HAD THE TRANSPLANT AND IT'S BASICALLY 3 TIMES A WEEK FOR 5 TO 6 HOURS A DAY. SO IT PRETTY MUCH CONSUMES YOUR LIFE)) [RUNS14]
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But when the disease is caught early, medications can help kidney patients delay or even avoid dialysis.
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[IN Q=You can prevent kidney disease from getting worse]

((YOU CAN PREVENT KIDNEY DISEASE FROM GETTING WORSE AND SOMETIMES EVEN REVERSE KIDNEY DISEASE AND GO BACK TO NORMAL FROM HAVING VERY SIGNIFICANT LOSES OF FUNCTION)) [RUNS09]
[OUT Q=significant loses of function]


That's why it's important to know the signs of kidney disease. They include lower back pain, painful or frequent urination, bloody urine, and puffiness around the eyes or feet.
But many times there are no symptoms.
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[SOT10:27:02]
[IN Q=The best thing to do is to see]

((THE BEST THING TO DO IS TO SEE A DOC ON A REGULAR BASIS AND GET CHECKED OUT ESPECIALLY IF YOUR IN A HIGH RISK GROUP OF DEVELOPING THE OTHER DISEASE THAT LEAD TO KIDNEY DISEASE. THOSE KIND OF DISEASE ARE LIKE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND DIABETES. AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE PARTICULARLY HIGH RISK FOR SOME KIDNEY DISEASES)) [RUNS16]
[OUT Q=for some kidney diseases]


For Harding there were no risk factors or warning signs.
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[SOT10:34:13]
[IN Q=You don't hink about kidney disease]

((YOU DON'T THINK ABOUT KIDNEY DISEASE UNTIL IT COMES UP. WITH NO HISTORY OR NOTHING TO LOOK AT I NEVER DID WORRY ABOUT IT UNTIL IT ACTUALLY CAME UP WITH LAB WORK)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=with lab work]))
[ANCHOR=Joy Full]


If you would like more information about kidney disease you can contact the National Kidney Foundation of the Virginias at 540-562-0992 or you can find a link the their web site on our web page at wdbj7.com
The foundation will be offering free screenings in April
[ANCHOR=Jean/Joy 2 shot]

Jean,

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Coming up next, Robin Reed will tell you why you need to hold on to your hats.
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And then a little later, we'll tell you why a husband and wife are exchanging volleys on and off the court.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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They started out by skating on thin ice, but today in Sports, we'll see how the Roanoke Express is back on solid footing.
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Then following that a donation has Bedford County prepared to take a serious bite out of crime.
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[5Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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On Wall Street today, investors saw another winning session. It's the eighth advance in the past ten trading days.


Alexis Christoforous has more.
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[S5-Hockey]


[ANCHOR=mike]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-156 55:59]
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Good afternoon everybody.
The Roanoke Express opens the season Friday night at 7:30 at the Round House against the Long Beach Ice Dogs out of California. Steve Mason says the team is coming together piece by piece.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Tony MacAulay/Express Head Coach; :09]
[SUPER=01-Duncan Dalmao/Express Defenseman; :31]
[SUPER=@Steve1; :40]
[SUPER=01-Rick Kowalsky/Express Right Wing; :55]
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[OUT Q=....News 7 sports"]
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((Despite the strike, Tony MacAulay feels he has put together a talented team that will play with the high energy and emotion he wants. ((TONY MACAULAY/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:)) The Express defense will be a question mark early this season. Duncan Dalmao, Tim OConnell and Josh Barker are the only proven Express defenders on the roster. ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))
((:)) ((:))
The Express will play the Ice Dogs Friday, one of the eight new teams in the ECHL this season. In Roanoke Steve Mason News 7 sports.))

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The High school volleyball season is heading down the home stretch with only about two weeks left in the regular season.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]

The defending state Group Two A champs from Cave Spring are enjoying another excellent year with a 12 and 1 record heading into tonight's River Ridge district game with Christiansburg. The Knights are one of the more unique teams in the area in that they are coached by the husband and wife tandem of Mark and Tamalyn Tanis - with Tamalyn being the head coach.
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[IN Q=IT WORKS OUT WELL....]
[SUPER=01-Tamalyn Tanis/Cave Spring Head Volleyball Coach; :02]
[SUPER=01-Mark Tanis/Cave Spring Assistant Volleyball Coach; :16]
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[OUT Q=...IT'S VERY HELPFUL."]
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[S5-MLB]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Red Sox and Yankees are playing game five of their Ameircan League championship series at this hour with the Yankees leading 3-to-1 in the bottom of the fourth.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Boston, MA/Saturday-MLB; :00]

This afternoon three of the players who were fined yesterday filed former appeals including Pedro Martinez who was hit with a $50 thousand fine. Manny Ramirez and Karim Garcia are also appealing.
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[TALENT=MIKE]
[GRAPHIC=BAM]

Later tonight the Cubs and Marlins play game six at what should be a blustery Wrigley Field. Take care everybody. Jean will be right back. [go to break]

[5-Bedford-Dog]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=503-00 57:12]
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There soon will be a new sheriff's deputy patrolling Bedford County.. one that loves attention and will work for dog food.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;]


Sheriff Mike Brown today introduced "Ripper", his department's newest K-9 patrol dog.
The dog has been paired with Corporal Penny Heffinger (HEF-in-jure) and is being trained as both a narcotics and search dog.
He's the gift of Bedford resident Marjorie Maupin (MAW-pin) who has helped pay for three drug dogs for the department over the past several years.
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[SOT 14:15:48]
[IN Q=With the budget]

((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF: WITH THE BUDGET CRUNCH THE WAY IT IS THROUGHOUT THE STATE, NOT ONLY WITH US BUT FOR EVERY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT THROUGHOUT THE STATE AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS, YEAH, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A LITTLE BIT OF A SHOVE FOR US. NOT SAYING WE COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT, BUT THIS MADE IT JUST A WHOLE LOT EASIER.))
[SUPER=01-Mike Brown/Bedford Co. Sheriff]
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[OUT Q=whole lot easier.]
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"Ripper" cost 15-hundred dollars and will spend the next several weeks training.
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