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Next on News 7 at 5, Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer apologizes for some uncharacteristic behavior.
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Also first they took on the telemarkers, now Congress tries to stop junk emails.
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Clearing skies tonight will allow temperatures to plummet, but warmer weather's heading our way. I'll have your forecast.

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Also a brush fire destroys dozens of acres in Pulaski County.
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Something is perking with a local landmark.
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Plus a new test could speed up the treatment of heart attack patients. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Are you sick of spam clogging up your email- and all that time it takes to delete it?
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
If you're tired of all that junk e-mail, you are definitely NOT alone.
So many Americans are fed up with Spam- Congress now wants to delete all unwanted commercial email.
It may work like the telemarketing do not call list=


Teri Okita has details.
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(( THE TRASH IS PILING UP ON JOSEPH GARCIAS COMPUTER. HE GETS UP TO 60-JUNK EMAILS A DAY.
Joseph Garcia/Hates Spam: Its an intrusion that I dont welcome.
BUT FOR GARCIA AND MILLIONS OF OTHER INTERNET USERS, THE COMPUTER CALVARY IS ON THE WAY. THE CAN SPAM BILL UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED BY SENATORS WOULD OUTLAW SHADY METHODS USED BY MANY INTERNET SPAMMERS WHO PEDDLE PORNOGRAPHY, PRESCRIPTION DRUGS, AND CHEAP LOANS. ITS A PROBLEM MANY LAWMAKERS SEE EVEN AT HOME WITH THEIR CHILDREN.

(Super: Sen.Rick Santorum/R-Pennsylvania)
SOT: I am just appalled by the filth that he has to go through everyday

whether its emails or pop-ups in just trying to get his work done. And weve got to do something about this.
Teri Okita/Reporting: The can spam legislation also calls for a national no spam list much like the do not call registry which bans telemarketers from bothering consumers. But even anti-spam supporters dont expect the junk email to be returned to sender anytime soon.
John Breyault/Telecommunications Research & Action Center: Spammers are getting more sophisticated, learning to cover their tracks, they're often based outside the United States. COMPLICATING MATTERS, AN ANTI-SPAM BILL HAS STALLED IN THE HOUSE. AND EVEN IF A NO SPAM LIST WAS VIABLE, THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION WHICH WOULD OVERSEE THE LIST SAYS IT WOULD BE HARD TO ENFORCE. EVEN SO, JOSEPH GARCIA LIKES THE IDEA AND IS WILLING TO WAIT.
Joseph: I was quick to sign up for the do-not-call registry, and if there is a do-not-spam registry, Id be just as quick to sign up for that. GARCIA SAYS ANY ENFORCEMENT IS BETTER THAN NO ENFORCEMENT. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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A federal sweep on Wal-Mart Stores today- Hundreds of contract workers are arrested at stores around the nation.
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The workers are all cleaning crew members- allegedly all illegal immigrants.
The nationwide sweep happened early this morning as shifts ended at 61 stores around the nation. In all 300 people were arrested.
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Stores raided in this region include those in Lexington, Lynchburg, Madison Heights and Harrisonburg- no word on how many people were arrested if any, at those stores.
Wal Mart uses third party contractors for cleaning services, but law enforcement sources say WalMart executives knew about the violations.
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The jury in the OxyContin case of Dr. Cecil Knox deliberated all day without a verdict.
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Around two o'clock the lawyers were summoned to the courtroom to field a couple of questions from the jury. One asked whether the decision must be unanimous when it comes to specific elements within the rackeetering charge. The other was a much more complex question related to multiple parts of the racketeering conspiracy. The judge responded by eliminating one of the elements of the offense. With such a careful reading of the indictment, it seems likely the jury will not have a verdict for several days.
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Frank Beamer says he's sorry for slapping a player on the helmet in last night's game -- and that seems to be the end of it.
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Frustrated by the Hokies' poor performance -- and wide receiver Ernest Wilford's penalties -- Beamer smacked Wilford's helmet, then grabbed his arm.
Beamer says he didn't mean to do it and apologized to Wilford.
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((FRANK BEAMER: I JUST ... I SLAPPED HIM ON THE HEAD GEAR AND I DIDN'T MEAN THAT. I APOLOGIZE FOR THAT AND THAT SHOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED. ))
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Wilford -- a senior from Richmond -- says he loves his coach and has no hard feelings.
The Big East, NCAA and game officials say they have no jurisdiction in the matter.
Virginia Tech says it's satisfied with Beamer's apology and will not take any action against the coach.
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We'll hear WHY from university officials on News-7 at 6.

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A brush fire burning in Pulaski County appears to have been intentionally set.
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Authorities say someone set a fire in a garbage dump near the Giles County border. 35 to 40 acres are now burning on the north side of Cloyd's Mountain. Despite rugged terrain, crews are trying to cut a line to contain the fire. About two dozen firefighters battled the blaze today but a Department of Forestry spokesperson says only about four workers will watch the fire overnight. No homes are in danger.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the current and future Governors of California get together for the first time.
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Plus on Healthcheck, we'll tell you about a simple blood test that could save hundreds of thousands of lives every year.
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Today on healthcheck, a new blood test could prove to be a life saver.
It could speed up the amount of time it takes to tell that someone with chest pains is having a heart attack.
Scott Rapoport has the details.
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((FOR THE MORE THAN 1 MILLION PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY EVERY YEAR WHO HAVE A HEART ATTACK -- SOME POTENTIALLY LIFE SAVING NEWS.
REPORTS OF A NEW BLOOD TEST THAT CAN BETTER WARN DOCTORS....WHICH PATIENTS ARE ON THE VERGE OF CARDIAC ARREST...THUS ALLOWING THEM TO TAKE ACTION TO PREVENT IT.

SOT: (mandator font) RICHARD STEIN /WEILL CORNELL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE,NY.


"I think this is actually a very important finding a very imporant report."
CADIOLOGIST RICHARD STEIN IS A SPOKESMAN FOR THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION. HE SAYS IF THE INITIAL STUDIES...REPORTED IN TODAYS NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE HOLD UP...THE RESULTS WILL BE DRAMATIC.
Stand-up - Scott Rapoport / CBS news 15:00 "Doctors believe the tests would be invaluable in emergency rooms....helping them identify the most critical patients from the million who come in suffering from severe chest pains."
THE NEW TEST MEASURES AN IMPORTANT ENZYME IN THE BLOOD KNOWN AS MPO. MPO IS PRODUCED WHEN THE ARTERIES ARE INFLAMED AND PRONE TO RUPTURE FROM FATTY DEPOSITS.
BOTTOM LINE--HIGH MPO COUNT EQUALS A HIGH RISK OF HEART ATTACK.

SOT: (mandatory font) RICHARD STEIN/WELL CORNELL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, NEW

YORK
"I will be able to immediately classify you as a patient who needs urgent and immediate care."
DR. STEIN SAYS THE BLOOD TEST WILL REQUIRE A LARGER TRIAL...BUT COULD BE AVAILABLE IN A YEAR.
AND WITH ABOUT HALF A MILLION PEOPLE DYING FROM HEART ATTACKS EVERY YEAR...THIS POTENTIAL LIFE SAVER CAN'T COME SOON ENOUGH.
SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS...NEW YORK.))

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Genital Herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases, affecting one in five Americans.
And now the FDA has approved a treatment that could reduce the spread of the virus.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Jean,
This actually isn't a new drug. Valtrex is already used to treat genital herpes.
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But the approval of its new use could impact many couples. We warn viewers some of this video may be medically graphic.
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((YOU CAN SHED THE VIRUS AND BE INFECTIOUS EVEN WITHOUT HAVING ANY VISIBLE LESIONS AND SO THERE IS NOW WAY TO ABSOLUTELY PREVENT TRANSMISSION)) [RUNS08]
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But the once daily suppressive therapy Valtex has been shown to significantly reduce the spread of genital herpes.
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((IT SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASES THE AMOUNT OF VIRUS AND THE FREQUENCY OF VIRAL SHEDDING TO THE POINT THAT IT HAS BEEN DEMONSTRATED IN STUDIES TO DECREASE TRANSMISSION)) [RUNS11]
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In fact, in an eight month study of nearly 15-hundred heterosexual, monogamous couples, Valtrex when used in combination with safer sex practices, reduced the risk of transmission of symptomatic genital herpes or showing sign or symptoms of the virus by 75 percent and 48-percent overall of contracting the virus.
Doctor Jean Smith says this has great public health implications --and could greatly affect women of child bearing age.
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((THE RISK TO A BABY IF THE MOTHER BECOMES INFECTED DURING PREGNANCY IS REALLY QUITE SIGNIFICANT FOR CONGENITAL HERPES INFECTION, AND THAT CAN BE A VERY DEVASTATING INFECTION. IT CAN CAUSE SIGNIFICANT ENCEPHALITIS AND AS WELL AS SKIN INVOLVEMENT, INVOLVEMENT OF THE LIVER AND NUMEROUS ORGANS )) [RUNS19]
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One thing to point out with genital herpes is there many people who are infected and don't know it.
But even without any symptoms, there is a blood test that can determine if you have the virus.
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Jean,

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A judge will not delay the trial of sniper shooting suspect Lee Boyd Malvo.
Prosecutors asked yesterday that the trial be postponed until December tenth so mental health experts could examine Malvo.
The defense argued that prosecutors had three months to hire an expert witness.
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Meanwhile the trial of the other suspect in the shootings was delayed today. A power outage at the Virginia Beach Courthouse was to blame. Testimony is expected to resume tomorrow.

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It's out with the old and in with the terminator in California.
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Actor turned politician Arnold Schwartzenegger is on his first working trip to Sacramento as California's Governor-Elect.
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((ARNOLD SCHWARTZENEGGER:MY WORK IN THE FUTURE WILL BE HELPED BY GOVERNOR DAVIS BECAUSE HE'S GOING TO SHOW ME THE ROPES AND GIVE ME SOME OF THE INSIDE INFO. AND WE HAVE STARTED A GOOD RELATIONSHIP AND I LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH THE GOVERNOR.))
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Today no bitter words from either, but only talk about helping California.
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((GRAY DAVIS/OUTGOING GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA: LIFE IS A RELAY RACE AND WE EACH RUN OUR PART OF THE RACE AS WELL AS WE CAN AND THEN WE PASS THE BATON ONTO THE NEXT PERSON WHICH IS WHAT I'M DOING IN THIS TRANSITION. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. THANK YOU GOVERNOR.))
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Schwartzenegger has a big job ahead.. helping California out of big deficit.
He also wants to abolish a new law that grants drivers' licenses to illegal immigrants.

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Up next on the newscast
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we'll celebrate the 30 anniversary of the Blude Ridge Folklife Festival.

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This weekend, thousands will travel to Ferrum for the 30th anniversary of the Blue Ridge Folklife Festival.
And while the festival focuses on the past, Joe Dashiell reports, it celebrates living traditions.
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(([OPENS WITH NAT SOUND]
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((GIVES YOU QUITE A FLAVOR OF THE MOUNTAINS AND I SUPPOSE THEY'RE MORNING GLORIES. ANYONE GROWING A GARDEN AROUND HERE IS FAMILIAR WITH MORNING GLORIES.))
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Lucy Ricardo is familiar with morning glories, and with more than 100 quilts that will grace the campus of Ferrum College this weekend.
As coordinator of the Mountain Comforts Quilt show for the last fifteen years, she's pleased to see renewed interest in a country classic.
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((THIS QUILT WAS MADE BY GIRL SCOUTS AGES FIVE THROUGH TWELVE, WHO WERE AT A CAMPOUT.))
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For thirty years, the festival has focused on the traditions of the blue ridge region. Clyde Dillon's dough bowls, Emory Robinson's walking sticks, Audrey Hash Ham's handmade fiddles, and the music, food and folkways of many more .
but the line-up is always evolving.
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((RODDY MOORE/BLUE RIDGE INSTITUTE: YOU KNOW WHEN WE FIRST STARTED, WE COULD HARDLY FIND A BASKET MAKER, AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN PEOPLE REALIZED THEY HAD MADE THEM WHEN THEY WERE YOUNG AND THEY GOT BACK INTO IT. A LOT OF THOSE PEOPLE PASSED AWAY AND NOW IT'S HARD TO FIND BASKET MAKERS, SO WE SEE THE TRENDS CHANGING.))
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This year, 10 quilters have produced miniatures to help celebrate the 30th year of the festival and the fifteenth year of the quilt show. Twenty under the age of thirteen have entered a special children's show.
And another hundred of the region's most- talented quilters will provide a patchwork of proof that Blue Ridge traditions are alive and well.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Ferrum))

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Up next on Sports, Steve Mason will have a preview of tonight's World Series game.
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Then a little later, a Roanoke roadhouse is seeing a big change. We'll tell you what's new at the Coffee pot.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Thursday ticker. The Virginia Tech Hokies arrived back in Blacksburg overnight still smarting from a 21 point loss at the hands of West Virginia. Mental mistakes, penalites, and turnovers all contributed to the Morgantown mess.
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Maryland has won five straight, Georgia Tech three in a row. Tonight the ACC powers meet in Atlanta in front of a national audience.
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Game five of the World Series is tonight between he Yankees and the Marlins. The series is tied at two a piece and while many accolades surround the Yankees from Roger Clemens to Bernie Williams, the focus is winning.
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The Express is back in action tomorrow night against the Cincinnati Cyclones. Roanoke is OH and 3 and looking for that first win. Defense remains a concern as the Express is giving up about five goals a game. In Roanoke's defense, good, young defensemen are hard to find.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, more on Tech's tough loss to West Virginia and the FFE roll for week nine, but don't go away Jean will be back with more News 7 at five.

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On Wall Street, the stock markets finished mixed today. As Alexis Christoforous tells us, the Dow rebounded, but the NASDAQ dropped.
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A Roanoke roadhouse may soon be under new ownership.
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The owner of the Coffee Pot says he's gotten "too old" to run the restaurant and night club and that he plans to sell to a young married couple. Carroll Bell's owned the nightspot for 25-years. He says he'll hang onto the property and just sell the business. The uniquely shaped building's been on the state and national historic register for years. Bell says he expects the new owners will carry on the Pot's lively roadhouse tradition
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