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An agency that lost its government funding gets help from Wal-Mart instead.
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And Winn-Dixie is leaving Virginia. The signs will come down at 10 local grocery stores. More
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[Closing animation] tonight on News 7 at 6.
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Up next on News 7--
A major grocery store chain announces it's leaving the Commonwealth.
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And, fans and reporters alike gather outside a California courthouse, as singer Michael Jackson arrives for his arraignment on child molestation charges.
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A mix of clouds and some sunshine today with an increased chance for scattered showers and storms over the weekend. I'll have your hometown forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.

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A national supermarket chain is shutting down ALL of its stores in the state, including several in our region.
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[Winn-Dixie]


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Winn Dixie will be closing up shop in Viorginia. This week its board of directors decided to close or sell more than one hundred stores.
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Shannon Young is at the Winn Dixie in Vinton with more.
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Shannon adlibs ((ROLLCUE:..the label does not surprise them.))
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Shannon adlibs over :30 of vo [OutQ of vo: of those jobs are local.]
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Shannon adlibs

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Michael Jackson pleaded innocent today after being indicted in the child molestation case against him.
Jackson is facing ten felony counts in an indictment that was unsealed today at a California courthouse. Drew Levinson has the latest.
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(( LOCATOR: SANTA MARIA, CALIFORNIA
FLANKED BY A NEW TEAM OF LAWYERS, AND A MOB OF LOYAL FANS - MICHAEL JACKSON FACED HIS MOST SERIOUS COURT CHALLENGE YET..... AN INDICTMENT ON CHILD MOLESTATION CHARGES.

nat sot.

THE CHARGES ARE (EXPECTED TO BE) SIMILAR TO THOSE PROSECUTORS ALREADY FILED AGAINST HIM.

(beat)


AT HIS JANUARY ARRAIGNMENT JACKSON PLEADED NOT GUITY TO SEVEN COUNTS OF ENGAGING IN LEWD ACTS WITH A BOY UNDER THE AGE OF 14 AND TWO COUNTS OF GIVING THE BOY ALCOHOL.
A 19-MEMBER GRAND JURY HANDED UP THE INDICTMENT A WEEK AGO AFTER FINDING ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO TAKE THE CASE TO TRIALTHE CLOSED DOOR PROCEEDINGS REPLACED THE NEED FOR A PRELIMINARY HEARING, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

(more nats today)

JACKSON WAS ON TIME FOR TODAYS COURT APPEARANCELAST TIME THE JUDGE SCOLDED HIM FOR BEING LATE. THE JUDGE WAS NOT PLEASED ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE THE COURT EITHER.THATS WHEN JACKSONJUMPED ON TOP OF HIS SUV AND STARTED DANCING IN FRONT OF HIS FANS.

(nats...keyboard)

TODAY HIS FANS WERE AGAIN VOCAL IN THEIR SUPPORT FOR THE MUSIC STAR.

SOT - JOSEPH GULTRY/JACKSON FAN

"Anyone who has the effect that he has, that's a total gift from God and why would he mess it up to do the things they're trying to say he done?" - 8 sec.
THERE WAS ALSO A STRONG POLICE PRESENCE-AND NO SIGN OF ANY MEMBERS OF THE NATION OF ISLAMJACKSON HAD HIRED THEM FOR PROTECTION, BUT AFTER A LOT OF CRITICISM HE HAS DISTANCED HIMSELF FROM THEM AND IS NOW REPORTEDLY RELYING MORE HEAVILY ON HIS BROTHER RANDY FOR ADVICE.

(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON)

THE NEXT FEW MONTHS WILL INVOLVE A LOT OF LEGAL WRANGLING-THE CASE WONT GO TO TRIAL UNTIL AT LEAST THE END OF THE YEAR. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, SANTA MARIA, CA ))

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The Lynchburg Wal-Mart is working to help local non- profits that have lost city funding.
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Today Wal- Mart presented five non- profits each with a one- thousand- dollar check. Each of the organizations has received tens of thousands of dollars from Lynchburg City in the past, but have been cut out of this year's proposed budget. That's making it hard for organizations like the Legal Aid Society, which provides free legal advice on issues like family law.
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((DAVID NEUMEYER/VIRGINIA LEGAL AID SOCIETY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: WE HELP PEOPLE WITHOUT CHARGING ANY FEE SO WE RELY ON OTHER SOURCES OF INCOME TO PROVIDE OUR SERVICES. THE CITY OF LYNCHBURG HAS PROVIDED 10,000 DOLLARS A YEAR TO HELP SUPPORT US AND THIS YEAR THE CITY MANAGER'S BUDGET ELIMINATED THAT AND COUNCIL HAS AFFIRMED THAT ALREADY.))
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Wal- Mart manager Jade White says employees at the Ward's Road store chose the organizations they felt were most deserving of the grant money.
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Plans were quickly adjusted this morning at WFIR radio, to include George Sgouros (SCORE-us) in the debate of candidates for Roanoke mayor.
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Sgouros (SCORE-us) was not previously invited to the debate after the radio station reviewed his financial documents.
He has raised and spent just over 200 dollars.
According to WFIR Program Director Kevin Larue, the station did not change its opinion, but included Sgouros just minutes before the broadcast, after concern that it would be a focus during the debate.
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Coming up next on the newscast, a plane makes an historic trip into North Korea.
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But first, two more U-S soldiers are killed in the Iraqi city of Fallujah.
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[Iraq]


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A U-S Military spokesman says two Marines have been killed and six wounded in suicide car bombing in Fallujah.
That as U-S officials say the military is in a ``step-by-step effort'' to train an Iraqi force to take over patrolling the volatile city.
But they add Iraqis still have to live up to certain conditions.
Lisa Barron is in Baghdad with more.
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THE MARINES AREN'T GOING...JUST YET..BUT THEY ARE REPOSITIONING IN Fallujah AS PART OF A DEAL BROKERED BY US OFFICALS AND LOCAL LEADERS TO END THE NEARLY MONTH LONG SIEGE OF THE CITY.

NATSOT CHEERING


IN THEIR PLACE:. AN ALL IRAQI FORCE OF UP TO 11-HUNDRED SOLDIERS, UNDER THE COMMAND OF JASSIM MOHAMMED SALEH, A FORMER SENIOR OFFICER IN SADDAM HUSSEIN'S REPUBLICAN GUARD.

(ON CAMERA)

THE AGREEMENT ALLOWS THE CITY TO AVOID THE KIND OF BLOODSHED SEEN EARLIER THIS MONTH... ..BUT PUTS MANY PEOPLE WHO FOUGHT AGAINST THE MARINES IN CHARGE OF SECURITY...ALTHOUGH THERE'S NO STRICT DEADLINE...

(SOT)U-S Central Command chief John Abizaid

"there's room for optimism, but the details of how we will builld an iraqi security force will take some time...restoring law and order in fallujah."

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BUT FOR THOUSANDS OF FALLUJAH RESIDENTS, IT MEANS THE POSSIBLITY OF RETURNING HOME... .
natsot skirmish with man...


...ALTHOUGH NOT EVERYONE WAS ALLOWED BACK INTO THE CTIY TODAY.
MEANWHILE, IN NAJAF... MORE STRONG WORDS FROM THE RADICAL CLERIC WHO'S BLAMED FOR WHIPPING UP ANTI-AMERICAN SENTIMENT IN THE SOUTH.
MOQTADA AL SADR USED FRIDAY PRAYERS TO CALL THE US THE ENEMY OF ISLAM.
THE US MILITARY IS STILL SURROUNDING THE CITY...BUT HOPING THAT AS IN FALLUJAH, AN ELEVENTH HOUR DEAL CAN END THE STANDOFF. LB CBS NEWS BAGHDAD
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A flight today marks a milestone in the history of North and South Korea--
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A South Korean cargo plane has flown into North Korea-- the first of its kind since the nation divided.
The aircraft delivered nearly a half- million dollars worth of first- aid kits, blankets, and other aid to victims of last week's deadly train blast in the North that killed more than 160 people.
Today's relief flight is in addition to 25- million dollars in building materials, food and other goods South Korea plans to start shipping next week.
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Prom Season is underway in the Valley and Roanoke County wants to make sure its students AND parents know about the problems of underage drinking.
Justin McLeod tells us what it is doing to get its message across.
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It is a picture perfect time of year, high school seniors taking part in festivities like the prom.
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((ANDREW CUNNINGHAM/HIDDEN VALLEY H.S. SENIOR: IT WAS A LOT OF FUN. WE GOT TO SEE ALL OF OUR FRIENDS, JUST DANCE, AND JUST HAVE FUN.)) [Runs04]
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But it is fun that sometimes involves alcohol.
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((DAVE BLEVINS/HIDDEN VALLEY H.S. PRINCIPAL: I THINK WE HAVE TO DO THINGS TO MAKE SURE THAT WE SEND A MESSAGE THAT THERE ARE OPTIONS FOR THAT, THAT IT'S NOT SOMETHING THEY HAVE TO DO.)) [Runs07]
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So a lot of schools hold after prom parities.
75 percent of students who attended Hidden Valley's prom took part in the chaperoned alcohol free event.
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((DAVE BLEVINS: I THINK IT IS VERY SUCCESSFUL. I THINK THIS YEAR WE HAVE DONE A REAL INTENSE EFFORT TO BRING TO THIS TO THE STUDENTS ATTENTION.)) [Runs07]
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And it will soon involve the parents.
This year Roanoke County is sending out this brochure.
It warns parents about the dangers of allowing alcohol at a party in their home.
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((MARK HURLEY/ROANOKE PREVENTION COUNCIL: MOST PARENTS ARE GOOD ABOUT IT, I'D LIKE TO THINK NO PARENTS ARE DOING IT BUT WE'RE JUST REMINDING THEM AT THIS TIME.)) [Runs06]
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The reminder points out parents who provide alcohol could be held responsible if that underage drinker does any of these offenses.
A Glenvar couple for example was sent to jail last month after pleading no contest to providing alcohol to high school students.
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((MARK HURLEY/ROANOKE PREVENTION COUNCIL: IT'S A STRONG REMINDER THAT IF ALCOHOL IS BEING SERVED AT A PARTY TO A MINOR IT CAN BE SEVERE CONSQUENCES.)) [Runs06]
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: ROANOKE COUNTY WILL SEND OUT THREE THOUSAND OF THESE BROCHURES. THEY WILL ARRIVE IN PARENTS MAILBOXES NEXT WEEK. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))

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Roanoke County's plans to develop Explore Park has concerned some neighbors of the project.
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The county held community information meeting at Mount Pleasant Elementary School.
Officials talked about a specific zoning restriction that puts strict limits on any construction or activites that involve private business at Explore Park.
The county wants to lift that conservation overlay and possibly build an amphitheater or an RV campground.
Residents however have concerns over increased traffic and buffer zones.
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The Planning Commission will vote on the proposal at its June first meeting.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is preparing for a big event this weekend.
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Plus a little bit later, Brent Watts will tell us about things bicyclists should watch out for as they head down the road.
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[Cystic-Fibrosis]


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People will be giving their sneakers a work-out tomorrow--
It's the annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Walk for the Cure.
While you've probably heard of the event, you might not know that C-F affects 30- thousand people in the U-S alone.

Here today to talk about C-F and the Walk for the Cure is participant Jennifer Faulkner.
Good afternoon, Jennifer.

(What exactly IS Cystic Fibrosis, and what's the cause?)




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(One of your children has C-F... How challenging has that been for you, as a parent?)



(How were they diagnosed?)



(The median age for people with Cystic Fibrosis is 33....so this is very much an illness that hits young people...)



(Let's talk about the WAlk for the Cure-- 15- thousand dollars was raised last year in the Roanoke walk . What is the

fundraising goal for this year?)

(Where does the money go that's raised?)



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Thanks for coming in, Jennifer.
[TAKE FULL SCREEN BOARD HERE]

If you'd like to take part in the Walk for the Cure, it's happening tomorrow morning.
Check- in is at 9:00 at Hollins University. the walk begins at 10.

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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 20 points. The NASDAQ has LOST 18.

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Up next in the newscast, the Boston Celtics hire a new head coach.
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And at least one horse owner is going to be disappointed BEFORE tomorrow's Kentucky Derby.
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The Boston Celtics have a new head coach who is no stranger to the NBA. Doc Rivers takes over a Boston Celtics' team in need of some serious talent upgrades.
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There will be one fewer horse in the 130th running of the Kentucky Derby tomorrow--
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Trainer Bob Baffert's hopes for victory were dashed today, when ``Wimbledon'' was scratched because of swelling in his left front leg.
The injury is NOT believed to be career- threatening, but it will sideline the horse this time around.
Tomorrow's Derby field is now down to 19 horses.
The early favorite is "The Cliff's Edge".
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Now that the weather is warmer, many are taking their bicycles out for a spin. Brent Watts has some things that you need to know that will keep you and your bike safe.
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