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On News 7 at 5, Arab television airs video of a U-S soldier taken hostage in Iraq. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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Also Governor Warner makes changes to bills that would outlaw same sex marriage.
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Temperatures ranged anywhere from upper 60's to mid 70's this afternoon. And it only gets warmer from here. The picture perfect forecast is coming up.

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Also today, a woman's efforts to raise money for research gets her notice by an unlikely source.
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A local historic property is getting federal money to help it along.
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Plus we will have qualifying results from Martinsville. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((IRAQ WILL BE INDEPENDENT, IRAQ WILL BE A PEACEFUL NATION AND WE WILL NOT WAVER IN THE FACE OF FEAR AND INTIMIDATION.))
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President Bush promises freedom in Iraq, but tensions are mounting as Arab television airs video of an American soldier being held hostage..
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The Arab TV station Al-Jazeera aired video footage Friday showing a U.S. soldier in the custody of insurgents.
The man identifies himself as P-F-C Maupin.
Private Keith Maupin of Batavia, Ohio, is one of two soldiers missing since an attack last week on a convoy near Baghdad.
U-S military authorities say they're trying to verify that he's the man seen in the video.
The soldier is shown sitting on a floor in front of masked gunmen. Aleen Sirgany is live in Washington with more on this ...and the President's promise that both he and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are standing firm on bringing democracy to Iraq.
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Governor Mark Warner has AMENDED a bill that denies gay couples the benefits of marriage.
Supporters of the bill say Warner's changes amount to a veto.
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In February, the General Assembly passed legislation that affirms the state's ban on homosexual marriages.
The bill denies the privileges of wedlock to same-sex couples in a "civil union, partnership contract or other arrangement."
Governor Warner says he does not support gay marriage but that he amended the bill because it went too far.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: WHAT YOU HAVE HERE IS A PIECE OF LEGISLATION THAT GOES WELL BEYOND ISSUES RELATED TO GAY MARRIAGE OR EVEN CIVIL UNIONS. IT TALKS ABOUT THE ABILITY FOR PEOPLE TO EVEN ENTER INTO PRIVATE CONTRACTS NO OTHER STATE IN THE NATION HAS GONE THAT FAR.))
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Opponents of gay marriage say the governor's changes gut the intent of the bill.
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((VICTORIA COBB/FAMILY FOUNDATION OF VIRGINIA: THE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE AROUND THE NATION IS IN A TENUOUS STATE AND THIS WOULD, HIS AMENDMENTS, WOULD CONTINUE TO LEAVE VIRGINIA VULNERABLE TO CIVIL UNIONS BY CALLING THEM SOMETHING ELSE.))
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Legislators are due back in Richmond on Wednesday to vote on the changes.
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V-M-I was home to some serious military muscle today.
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The branches of the armed services showed off hardware in honor of the Marshall Day celebrations. Displays included helicopters and humvees, simulators, and even a mock rescue on the parade deck.
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((COL. WOODY SADLER/VMI ADJUNCT PROFESSOR; WE STARTED THIS AS AN APPRECIATION TO THE ARMED FORCES ABOUT 12 YEARS AGO, AND IT GIVES THE CADETS AN OPPORTUNITY ALL ASPECTS OF THE SERVICES BEFORE THEY MAKE THEIR COMMITMENT ON WHAT SERVICE THEY MAY WANT TO GO INTO.))
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Organizers say the event is a good recruiting tool, but it's a better chance to have cadets and civilians talk to members of the military, including some who just returned from Iraq and Cuba.
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Still to come on the newscast, a Congressman from our area promises money to restore a piece of history.
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Plus on health check, we'll tell you why the Ladies professional golfing association is honoring a local woman.
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Giles County is hoping a new tourist attraction will generate some big bucks.
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Congress is sending 1.6-million dollars for the historic Glen Alton property near Pearisburg in the Jefferson National Forest. The money will be used to renovate the old lodge and caretaker's home, as well as fix up the gardens and create two new trails.
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((RICK BOUCHER: IT HAS HISTORIC VALUE, IT HAS CULTURAL VALUE. IT ALSO IS AN EXCELLENT REPRESENTATION OF VIRGINIA'S NATURAL HERITAGE WITH A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT TERRAIN'S, FLORA, FAUNA. ALL KINDS OF HISTORIC FEATURES. AND I THINK THIS WILL JUST BE AN EXCELLENT PROJECT FOR THE RESIDENTS OF GILES COUNTY))
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The House of Representatives set aside funding for the project in the Surface Transportation Act. Congressman Boucher says he will make sure the funds are protected when the Senate votes on the bill.
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Some of those in the pornography industry say "it's a wake-up call for everybody."
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Several adult film companies are shutting down production in Southern California after two actors tested positive for H-I-V, the virus that causes AIDS.
The head of the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation says several actors are now on voluntary quarantine-- and some of them had sexual relations with the two H-I-V positive actors.
The shutdown could mean a major financial loss--
Southern California's porn industry generates sales anywhere from four to 13 - billion dollars each year.
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A Franklin County woman gets an award from the L-P-G-A... not for her putting skills, but for her success raising awareness about breast cancer.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Myranda,
Susie Parrish is a two-time breast cancer survivor.
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She is also one of the first indivivuals to receive the L-P-GA Komen Award.
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(( Susie Parrish will never forget the day --this letter from the LPGA came informing her she had been chosen for an award.
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It's all because of the annual golf tournament she started at Smith Mountain Lake. It's part of the Susan G. Komen Foundation's Rally for a Cure.
A tournament that began with only 30 women golfer, last year had more than 2-hundred women and MEN.
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The community and several businesses have continued to support her year after year.
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((WE WERE THE FIRST PEOPLE SHE ASKED TO SPONSOR THE TOURNAMENT IT WAS JUST SUCH A GREAT CAUSE WHO CAN SAY NO TO SOMEONE WANTING TO CURE BREAST CANCER )) [RUNS12]
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Some supporters are breast cancer survivors themselves.
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Susie's proud of her award, but what touches her even more is the lives she has touched maybe even saved through the tournament. She even calls her breast cancer a gift.
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This year someone from the L-P-G-A is expected to attend the golf tournament, whether that's a professional golfer, Susie is not sure yet.
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Myranda,

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Britain and North Korea have very little in common these days, but there is at least one obvious, and perhaps surprising, exception. Elizabeth Palmer has the story.
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(((Military parades)
Certain things spring to mind when you think of North Korea. Nuclear brinksmanship.....

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Soldiers armed to the teeth on the border with South Korea

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And famine brought on by the policies of the last Stalinist dictatorship in the world....
Now ...

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we can add traditional English beer to the list.

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The privileged classes in Pyongyang are enjoying locally brewed hops....
thanks to British brewing.
Two years ago North Korean leader Kim Jong Il spent two-million dollars on an traditional English brewery after spotting an investment opportunity in an ad..
The brewery was painstakingly dismantled in Wiltshire and shipped to Pyongyang.... for reconstruction along the Taedong River.

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The result - TAEDONGGANG beer.

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Inside the brewery there's a labyrinth of vats and pipes. A hightech German computer system controls the brewing process while locally grown barley is roasted to produce the drink.
Taedonggang has become so popular in North Korea it's beating out other available beers from Europe, Singapore and Japan. This businessman says,

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'compared to others - this beer it is very good.....I'm going to concentrate on drinking more of it'

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The regime has invested heavily into the brewery ...
Even though Pyonyang is dependent on imported aid from the US and other countries to feed its population...
it is hoping to export its homemade beer.
EP, CBS News, London))

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Will we keep this beautiful weather through the weekend? Brent Watts is up next with the answer.
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Then in Sports, Travis Wells checks in live from Martinsville with Nascar Qualifying.
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Still to come on the newscast,
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we will meet a 100 year old Grandmother who scared away a would-be robber 80 years her junior.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to what is shaping up to be one of the most glorious racing weekends in some time at Martinsville. The sun was not only out today - but is expected to stay out all weekend long.
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And today it was again shining on Jeff Gordon and, of course, Travis Wells, who now joins us LIVE from the track.
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Mixed in with all of the LIVE action from Martinsville this weekend is the NASCAR ballet you have been hearing do much about for the past couple of weeks. Last night's opening performance was amazing well received.
And tomorrow race fans will have chance to take home some serious memorabilia.
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Before tomorrow night's 8pm ballet - an auction will be held at the Jefferson Center in the Shaftman Performance hall atrium. Among the items up for grabs is a Simpson racing helmet from NASCAR's 50th anniversary season in 1998. It is signed by all 43 drivers who started the Goody's 500 in April of 98 at Martinsville - including the late Dale Earnhardt, Senior.
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More racing news for you tonight at the top of the hour. Have a great weekend everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, investors were preparing for higher interest rates by getting out of the stock markets.
Jean Lee has more in today's Marketwatch.
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In Seattle, a showdown between a 104- year- old grandmother and a 24- year- old burglar.
In the end, he was no match for her.
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Police say a thief crawled through a bedroom window at Dagney (Dog- knee) Nygaard's home in the middle of the night, and stood over her bed.
She watched in fear as he made his way to her dresser and grabbed her purse.
When she saw that, she screamed, and simply scared him away.
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((DAGNEY NYGAARD/CRIMESTOPPER: I KNOW I HOLLERED THE BEST I COULD AND THE LONGEST I COULD TOO BECAUSE I NKNEW THAT SOMETHING WAS WRONG. ))
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Authorities caught up with the suspect, who's now behind bars facing burglary, theft, and forgery charges.

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Diamonds are a girl's best friend, but it's going to take a lot of CASH to buy friendship at one New York City auction.
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A 78-carat emerald cut yellow diamond is one of the gems featured at the Magnificent Jewels auction at Christie's Auction House. The Porghs Diamond was sold to its current owner by the legendary Harry Winston in 1968, and is estimated at 800 thousand dollars. But that may sound cheap compared to the 51-carat pear-shaped diamond also up for sale. It's estimated sale price -- 2.5 to 3 MILLION dollars.
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