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Today on News 7 at 5, America's deadliest month in Iraq gets even deadlier.
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On Healthcheck, local medicare recipients learn more about the upcoming drug benefit.
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It's getting a little bumpy out there is this warm and more humid airmass. We will check on the showers with SkyTracker 7 in a moment.

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The federal government may change the way you get paid for overtime.
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Roanoke is named one of the most livable cities in the country.
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Plus Mike Stevens will tell us who the N-B-A rookie of the year is. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Saddam Hussein will stand trial on charges. A tribunal has now been set up for his trial.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
A spokesman says Iraqi leaders have set up a panel of judges and prosecutors to try the ousted dictator. When exactly that will happen is unclear.
Meanwhile debate on capitol hill today over the course of this war- and whether America has enough troops in Iraq.
Stacy Case has more from Washington.
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[SUPER=01-Paul Wolfowitz/Deputy Defense Secretary;]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Edward Kennedy/(D) Massachusetts;]
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(((( With casualties mounting in Iraq and anxiety increasing on Capitol HIll about the course of war, Congress grilled the Pentagon's Number 2 civilian who asserted again that Saddam Husein was a brutal dictator who HAD to be deposed. Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Defense Secretary Saddam Hussein applied the techniques any FBI offical will tell you are the techniques of gang land killers, only he did it nationwide. But Senator Edward Kennedy called Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz's testimony "disengenuous", faulting him for not addressing the Bush administration's rationale for going to war, the allegations that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction.
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- Mass., Armed Services Committee Isn't the United States and the world paying a high price because of this administration's obession with Iraq?
Wolfowitz never answered the question, instead focusing on the issue of whether more American troops are needed.
Wolfowitz: The debate is about whether we have enough troops not whether we should be there. With Spain pulling out and Honduras announcing its soldiers will too, some American troops have already had their tours extended. The hearings come during the deadliest month yet for U.S. forces. 100 Americans and over 1000 Iraqis have died in the increasingly violent insurgency...and troops continue to stay on high alert in the insurgent hotspots of Fallujah and Najaf. STACY CASE/REPORTING: AND AS OTHER MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FOCUSED ON THE REBUILDING OF IRAQ, THERE WAS A SAD REMINDER THAT AMERICAN CIVILIANS ARE ALSO LOSING THEIR LIVES. THE HALIBURTON COMPANY ACKNOWLEDGED THREE BODIES FOUND NEAR AN ATTACK ON A FUEL CONVOY ARE ITS EMPLOYEES. Stacy Case, CBS News, Washington.)) ))

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Protection is on the way to ensure that people who work more than 40 hours do get overtime.
It is President Bush's plan to overhaul the nation's overtime rules.
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It means almost no one making less than 100 thousand dollars would lose their overtime privileges.
Six point 7 million workers would see their overtime provisions strengthened.
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((ELAINE CHAO/LABOR SECRETARY: NOW WORKRS EARNINNG UP TO 23,660 DOLLARS A YEAR ARE GUARANTEED OVERTIME REGARDLESS OF THEIR JOB TITLE OR RESPONSIBILITIES.))
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The fair pay rules clarify the following category or workers are due overtime- blue collar workers, police officers, firefighters, paramedics and licensed practical nurses.
About 106 thousand workers could lose overtime under the new rules. However, the change is expected to yield 375 million dollars in additional earnings.
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Some Southside legislators are fired up over an amendment offered by Governor Warner.
They say it could cost local tobacco farmers their jobs.
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Governor Warner says he is closing a loophole that will enable Virginia to receive its full share of funds from the Master Settlement Agreement.
He says 25 other states have already passed similar legislation.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: THOSE TOBACCO SETTLEMENT DOLLARS ARE CRITICAL TO SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIA'S FUTURE. I SIMPLY THINK VIRGINIA SHOULD JOIN THE MAJORITY OF STATES WHO WANT MORE OF A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD.))
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Delegate Clark Hogan says the amendment will put the state's independent cigarette manufacturers out of business.
That, he said, would cause Southside Virginia to lose over 500 jobs.
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((DELEGATE CLARK HOGAN/R-HALIFAX CO.: THESE SMALL DOMESTIC MANUFACTURERS BUY 100% LOCAL TOBACCO. WE CAN'T AFFORD THIS. WE ARE VERY VERY UPSET ABOUT IT.))
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Legislators will vote on the amendment tomorrow during the General Assembly's reconvened session.
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One of the most livable communities in the nation is right outside your door.
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Roanoke was honored today by Partners for Livable Communities, for its balance between development and the natural environment. Mayor Ralph Smith, along with a group of Roanoke leaders, traveled to the nation's capital to accept the award.
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((RALPH SMITH/ROANOKE MAYOR: FROM BIO-MEDICAL TO BACKPACKING, FROM DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY, TO TROUT-FISHING, ROANOKE IS TRULY A FANTASTIC CITY TO LIVE, TO WORK AND TO PLAY.))
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Roanoke was actually one of five small cities in the nation honored.

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Hundreds of people in Pulaski county are finally getting sewer service.
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The U-S Department of Agriculture is giving the county 1.8 million dollars in loans and grants for a new system. 240-households in the Rolling Hills, Vista and Orchard Subdivisions should have a sewer line running through their back yard by August of next year. Many in these neighborhoods have been relying on Septic systems.
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((RANNY AKERS: THEY DESERVE THIS TYPE OF SYSTEM BECAUSE MOST OF THEM HAVE ALREADY HAD FAILED SYSTEMS. AND SOMETIMES TWICE THEY'VE FAILED. THEY NO OTHER PLACE TO PUT ANOTHER SYSTEM ON THEIR PROPERTY IF IT COLLAPSES TOMORROW.))
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Supervisors say the new system will not only clean-up the environment, it will also raise property values. Design work will begin immediately and construction is expected to start next March. Pulaski will only have to pay back about 800-thousand dollars.
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Still to come on the newscast, Smith Mountain Lake lands a big fishing tournament.
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But first, we'll see how the victims are being remembered five years after two students went on a killing spree at Columbine High School.
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Exactly five years ago, two students at Colorado's Columbine Highschool took 13 lives in the worst school shooting in U-S history.
Today was set a side there as a day to remember.
Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((((FIVE YEARS AFTER THE WORST SCHOOL SHOOTING IN THIS NATION'S HISTORY, COLUMBINE HIGH SITS EMPTY AS IT ALWAYS DOES ON APRIL 20TH. THERE ARE FEW SIGNS OF THE TERROR THAT HAPPENED HERE...VIOLENCE THAT DEVASTATED THIS COMMUNITY AND WOKE UP A NATION.

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12 STUDENTS AND A TEACHER WERE KILLED BY SENIORS DYLAN KLEBOLD AND ERIC HARRIS...BEFORE THEY TOOK THEIR OWN LIVES. . 20 STUDENTS WERE WOUNDEDTHEY STILL CARRY WITH THEM THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL SCARS.

-SOT-KACEY RUEGSEGGER, SHOOTING VICTIM

I have flashbacks and nightmares, and physical disabilities. But for the most part Im through it. I have a great life Im happy.
AFTER BEING SHOT IN THE HEAD PATRICK IRELAND CRAWLED OUT OF THE LIBRARY WINDOW IN A DRAMATIC RESCUE. TODAY HES A COLLEGE SENOR WHO WALKS WITH A BRACE.
MICHAEL JOHNSON WAS SITTING OUTSIDE WHEN HE WAS SHOT. HES NOW A COLLEGE FRESHMAN AND CO-AUTHOR OF SURVIVNG COLUMBINE.

sot - MICHAEL JOHNSON/FORMER COLUMBINE STUDENT

I definitely learned that faith is what gets you through in times of trial and basically when these difficult times come.
-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, LITTLETON COLO. ONLY ONE ADMINISTRATOR FROM FIVE YEARS AGO IS STILL HERETHE PRINCIPALWHO FELT HE HAD TO STAY TO WORK THROUGH IT.

-SOT-FRANK DE ANGELIS, COLUMBINE PRINCIPAL

I dont want to live my life in fear I hope we have learned lessons.
THE PARENTS OF THE KILLERS STILL LIVE IN THE AREA. THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY SAYS HE FOUND NO REASON TO PROSECUTE THEM.
ON A HILLSIDE OVERLOOKING THE CAMPUS A PERMANENT MEMORIAL TO THE VICTIMS IS IS IN THE EARLY STAGESTHEY STILL NEED FUNDING TO FINISH IT.
AND AFTER ALL THESE YEARS, THE COMMUNITY DOESNT REALLY WELCOME THE MEDIA ATTENTION... BUT TONIGHT THEY WILL COME TOGETHER FOR A CANDLELIGHT VIGILTHIRTEEN LIGHTS FOR THE THIRTEEN VICTIMS. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LITTLETON COLORADO.)) ))

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In health check tonight,
In a little more than a week, Medicare recipients can start applying for its Drug Discount Card program.
This could save them between 10 and 25 percent on their prescriptions.
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Joy Sutton joins us with more, Joy how will the program work?
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Jean, Medicare recipients will able to choose from about 20 drug discount cards.
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The card will last for 18th months --enough time so the government can develop its Medicare drug benefit plan, that will take affect in January 2006.
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(( At age 73, Audrey Wheaton is still working, so she can pay for her medications.
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But Medicare recipients are about to get some help.
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((DEFINITELY THIS DRUG CARD HAS THE POTENTIAL TO HELP MILLIONS OF SENIORS LOWER THERE OUT OF POCKET PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST)) [RUNS07]
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Monique Scott with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid is traveling throughout the state this week training area agency on aging workers.
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((THE WAY SAVING IS GOING TO WORK IS EACH CARD IS GOING TO HAVE IT'S OWN DISCOUNT LIST THAT THEY'RE GOING TO PROVIDE DISCOUNTS ON. SO DEPENDING ON PRESCRIPTION THEY TAKE AND FREQUENCY AND DOSAGE THEY'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO FIND WHAT CARD OFFERS THE BEST DISCOUNT FOR THEM ON THE DRUGS THAT THEY TAKE )) [RUNS16]
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Seniors should keep mind that you can only enroll in one card program at a time, but you can still take advantage other drug discount cards that are not Medicare related.
In terms of cost, the annual enrollment fee will not exceed 30-dollars. And low income seniors, can qualify for a 6-hundred dollar yearly credit. Recipients cannot make more than $12, 569 for a single or $16, 862 for a couple, to qualify for that.
Seniors like Wheaton, say it's about time -- but it still may not be enough. .
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((IF WE GET THE 10 TO 15 PERCENT DISCOUNT THAT'S NOT KEEPING UP IN THE INCREASE IN PRICES THAT THE DRUG COMPANIES ARE PUTTING ON US. SO IT'S NOT ENOUGH , NOT AT ALL)) [RUNS13]
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[TAKE STILL STORE FULL]
For more information you can find a link to the Medicare website on our webpage or call 1-800-Medicare.
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Jean,
Tomorrow we'll hear see what the LOA, Area Agency on Aging and a local pharmacist have to say about the program.

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Officials at Smith Mountain Lake say they've reeled in a big one this year.
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Today they announced the Lake will be the site of this year's Citgo-Bassmaster Open Tournament. The tournament is one of the largest fishing events in the country, with about 350 fishermen, both amateur and professional.
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((IT REALLY TOOK A LOT OF TIME, AND WORKING TOWARD THIS AND CONTACTING THEM, LETTING THEM KNOW WHAT WE HAD AVAILABLE LETTING THEM KNOW THAT WE HAVE THE ACCOMODATIONS, THAT WE ARE ABLE TO FACILITATE THIS TYPE OF TOURNAMENT 19))
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The tournament runs October Eleventh through the 14th, with a grand prize of more than 300-thousand dollars.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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[VO] We will tell you where you can get someone in a chicken suit to stand on his head.
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Most people like their chicken grilled, fried, or barbecued. But now there's another option....subservient chicken on the web.
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((bend over please. we want him to do a headstand.))
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Subservient chicken will do almost anything you tell it to do over the internet. Type "touch your toes" and he'll do just that, hop on one foot, and even the moonwalk. It's helped him become a web sensation.
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(( tickle his butt reporter says, "tickle his butt?"))
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But don't expect him to do anything too foul. Commands like give the bird will result in a wagging finger -- and not the one you asked for. Don't make the mistake of thinking Subservient Chicken is responding live to the commands.
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((you believe the chicken is there? uh huh ))
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Actually the chicken was taped performing 400 commands, then turned into a computer program. The suit was created by the Stan Winston Studios, famous for the Jurassic Park dinosaurs and the Budweiser Frogs. The website is a marketing ploy by Burger King.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll tell you why Georgetown's new basketball coach comes from a winning family.

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and a little later, you'll think we are trying to pull the wool over your eyes with our last story.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Tuesday ticker.
The NBA passed out its rookie if the year award today -
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and Lebron James beat out Carmelo Anthony for the award. In the battle of 19 year olds - James got 78 first place votes while Anthony picked up the other 40. James joins Jordan and the Big O - as being the only players to average more than 20 points, five rebounds and five assists as a rookie.
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The Georgetown Hoyas raised some eyebrows when they fired men's head basketball coach Craig Esherick just weeks after giving him a vote of support.
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Today they turned a few more heads as they hired John Thompson the third as his replacement. He is the son of "the" John Thompson - the only coach to lead the Hoyas to a national championship. The younger Thompson has been the head coach at Princeton since 2000. He's now 38 years old and he says he is not concerned the pressure that goes along with his dad's legacy.
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Lord Botetourt senior point guard Kristin Graham officially signed her letter of intent to attend Campbell University today.
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Graham was joined by her parents, her coach and assistant principal Tim Bane for the signing. Graham, who averaged 8.4 points and 4 assists per game, joins her older sister Amber at Campbell. Amber is a starter, but many reasons went into Kristin's decision process.
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The Salem Avalanche is home tonight for what seems like the second opening night of the year. The team hasn't played a night game at home since the first full week of the month. And during the month of April - the Avs plays twice as many games on the road as they do at home.
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Tonight's game gets underway at 7 at Salem Memorial.
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At the top of the hour Steve Mason will hit the track and tell us how the Eliott Sadler helping a cause that truly hits home. See you for that on News 7 at Six. Have a good night. [GO TO BREAK]

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A warning from the Federal Reserve Chairman sent many investors on a selling spree. With more on that here is Marketwatch reporter Alexis Christoforous.
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This is not a wolf in sheep's clothing, but a sheep in its own clothing and lots of it.
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Take a look at Shrek the merino sheep who has managed to avoid the shearer's blades for six years.
The wooly wonder- bundled up to his eyes with a thick layer of wool- was spotted in the heartland of South Island, New Zealand.
A sheep musterer managed to capture the elusive shreck... who some are calling the world's shaggiest sheep.
The animal is carrying wool weighing more than 27 kilograms- that should provide enough wool to make more than 20 large suits.
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