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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... A magazine hitting newstands tomorrow accuses Donald Rumsfeld of encouraging Iraqi prisioner abuse.
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a top US Military advisor tells graduating VMI cadets what to expect as they enter their careers. we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Rumsfeld-Report]


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The Pentagon is coming out against a New Yorker report concerning Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
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The magazine says Rumsfeld authorized the expansion of a secret program that encouraged physical coercion and sexual humiliation of Iraqi prisoners. The purpose, according to the article, was to obtain intelligence about the growing insurgency in Iraq. A Defense Department spokesman calls the claims in the report ``outlandish, conspiratorial, and filled with error and anonymous conjecture.'' Seven soldiers are facing charges related to the abuse.
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[Afghan-Abuse]


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A second investigation has been launched into prisoner abuse this week.
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[SUPER=03-Khost, Afghanistan]

A U.S. spokesman told reporters yesterday -the military has been made aware of new allegations of mistreatment Thursday, days after a former detainee said he had been sexually abused in 2003. In December of 2002- a 22-year-old taxi driver died in U.S. custody at the Bagram air base, where he was held for suspected links to al Qaeda and the Taliban regime. Eighteen months later, the Americans have yet to explain what happened to the man. Human Rights Watch, which has catalogued mistreatment of Afghan detainees- is demanding the results of an inquiry into his death be released.
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[VOB-VMI-Graduation]


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Patriotic Spirit was high at the Virginia Military Institute Saturday.
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[SUPER=03-Lexington;]

Thousands of people packed Cameron Hall to watch nearly 250 cadets graduate and to hear from President Bush's top military advisor - General Richard Myers.
The Chairman of the U-S Joint Chiefs of Staff told graduating cadets to expect careers in the fight against Terrorism.
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[SOT 14:39]
[IN Q=What this country needs;]

((General Myers))
[SUPER=01-Gen. Richard Meyers/U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman;]
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[OUT Q=integrity and confidence;]
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Myers told the 162nd VMI class to expect challenging times as the U-S continues to fight terrorism, but reminded them they don't have to wear a uniform to make America strong.
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[Daycare-regs]


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Some of Virginia's day care center owners say they won't be able to make room for the state's new regulations.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond]


A state council voted last week to increase the amount of space per child at licensed day-care centers.
Currently daycare centers must offer 25 square feet per child.
Under the new regulations, that grows to 35 feet.
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[SOT 23:36:42]
[IN Q=ULTIMATELY I THINK THOSE DECISIONS]

((MAURICE JONES/VA DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES: ULTIMATELY I THINK THOSE DECISIONS ARE GOING TO GET US TO THE POINT WHERE WE'VE GOT KIDS BETTER PREPARED TO ENTER SCHOOL BECAUSE THEY HAVE HIGH QUALITY CARE BEFORE HAND.))
[SUPER=01-Maurice Jones/Virginia Department of Social Services]
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[OUT Q=HAVE HIGH QUALITY CARE BEFOREHAND.]
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But some day care operators are concerned the new space requirements may push them out of business.
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[SOT 23:37:23]
[IN Q=MY NERVOUSNESS IS THAT IF THESE STANDARDS]

((CLARK ANDRS/DAY CARE CENTER OPERATOR: MY NERVOUSNESS IS THAT IF THESE STANDARDS ARE IMPLEMENTED...THESE NEW STANDARDS...THESE CHANGES ARE IMPLEMENTED...WE'LL HAVE QUALITY. WE'LL HAVE GREAT QUALITY BUT IT'S GOING TO BECOME UNAFFORDABLE. THAT'S THE BIG CONCERN. THAT'S WHAT MY PARENTS ARE TELLING ME.))
[SUPER=01-Clark Andrs/Day Care Center Operator]
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[OUT Q=WHAT MY PARENTS ARE TELLING ME.]
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The changes are scheduled to go into effect on January first.
Existing day care providers will have eight years to comply with the new rules.
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[11Graham-Fall]


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Evangelist Billy Graham is in stable condition at a North Carolina hospital after falling at his home.
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[SUPER=@file;]


A statement on Graham's web site says the pastor was admitted to Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina for evaluation and treatment of injuries from a fall he suffered Friday. Graham had been at home recovering from a partial hip replacement surgery performed in January. His orthopedic surgeon said tests indicated a possible hairline fracture to the pelvis. Further tests will determine the extent of his injuries, and the time needed for recovery.
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[11Grandin-5k]


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More than a hundred people put on their running shoes to raise money for a mission trip this weekend.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Its the first year the Grandin Court Baptist Church hosted the Grandin 5-K and runners made their way through Roanoke's parks and city streets. They managed to raise two thousand dollars for their annual mission trip.
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[SOT 15:44:46]
[IN Q=I AM A FIRM BELIEVER ]

((I AM A FIRM BELIEVER IN HANDS ON MISSION PROJECTS AND THESE GUYS GOING AND DOING STUFF IN COMMUNITIES OTHER THAN OUR ONW IS VERY IMPORTANT. THEY DO A LOT OF WORK HERE IN OUR COMMUNTY THROUGH THE RESCUE MISSION AND OTHER PROJECTS. BUT THEM GETTING AWAY BY THEMSELVES INTERNALLY AS WELL AS DOING SOMETHING POSITVE FOR OTHER PEOPLE IS A GREAT THING FOR THEM TO DO.))
[SUPER=01-Kevin Meadows/Pastor;]
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[OUT Q=FOR THEM TO DO]
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Meadows says he hopes next years race will be much bigger and have even more community involvment.
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[S-Preakness]


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"Smarty Jones" is just one link away from the Triple Crown. This is the second straight year that a horse has a shot at the title. Here's a listen to the stretch from Pimlico.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/NBC Sports; :00]
[RUNS=:30]
[OUT Q=and remains undefeated."]
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"Rock Hard Ten" was second and "Eddington" third.
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Coming up a little later in sports, the heat is on Miami to stay alive in its series against Indianapolis

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and
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it's so decadent, rich and moist it's almost sinful. We're heading to Metro for a taste so choc-ed full of flavor the restaurant can't even keep up with the demand.
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[Health-Review]


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In health review,
The FDA approves a weight loss medication for teenagers.
A Blacksburg company develops a test to help diagnose gastrointestinal problems.
And Lewis-Gale Medical Center is building a new surgical tower.
Joy Sutton has details.
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[IN Q=The new surgical tower]
[SUPER=01-James Thweatt, Jr./Lewis-Gale Medical Center President; :13]
[SUPER=01-Annette Shupe/Weight Loss Patient; :42]
[SUPER=01-Bonny Lee/Center For Bariatric Medicine; :57]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Tony Ringold/New River Gastroenterology; 1:22]
[SUPER=01-James Boone/Techlab Senior Research Scientist; 1:54]
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((
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The new surgical tower at Lewis-Gale Medical Center is part of 37-million dollar renovation and construction project at the hospital.
When it's complete it will house 11 surgical suites --and some physician offices. ((I JUST BELIEVE THIS ENTIRE PROJECT IS GOING TO ENABLE US TO MOVE THE NEXT LEVEL OF SERVICE)) [RUNS04]
[OUT Q=next level of service]


The surgical tower is expected to be ready by the spring of next year.
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The weight loss drug Xenical has now been approved for teenagers 12 through 16,,
Annette Shupe has used the drug to maintain her weight loss. As a school principal, who has seen the childhood obesity epidemic, she believes the drug could help some adolescents.
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[IN Q=Certainly it would benefit people]

((CERTAINLY IT WOULD BENEFIT PEOPLE TO USE THIS IF THEY WERE TEACHING CHILDREN HOW TO EAT, TEACHING THEM PROPER NUTRITION, AND ALSO INCREASING THEIR ACTIVITY ALONG WITH THIS)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=activity along with this]


The Center for Bariatric Medicine has used the drug to treat many of its adult patients.
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[IN Q=Xenical works by blocking a percent age of fat]

((XENICAL WORKS BY BLOCKING A PERCENTAGE OF FAT ABSORPTION FROM THAT HAVE BEEN INGESTED. ABOUT 30 PERCENT OF FAT WON'T BE ABSORBED BY THE HUMAN BODY BY USING XENICAL)) [RUNS14] [OUT Qby usin the xenical]
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And finally in medical news,
Techlab has designed a test that can help doctors distinguish between two gastrointestinal conditions that usually have similar symptoms.
But inflammatory bowel disease is much more serious than irritable bowel syndrome.
[IN Q=It's kind of like comparign a broken leg to a charlie horse]

((IT'S KIND OF LIKE COMPARING A BROKEN LEG TO A CHARLIE HORSE. THEY BOTH CAUSE A GREAT DEAL OF PAIN BUT IN ONE IS SERIOUS AND ONE ISN'T. SO THIS HELPS US TO DETERMINE WHICH IS SERIOUS OR NOT)) [RUNS16]
[OUT Q=is not serious]


The test uses stool samples to determine if there is inflammation in the colon, by looking for a protein that's produced by the body when inflammation is present. If the protein is present --then doctors now it's the more serious condition, inflammatory bowel disease.
Techlab hopes this test will also be used to determine treatment for patients as well.
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[IN Q=With all the different pharmaceuticals]

((WITH ALL THE DIFFERENT PHARMACEUTICALS THAT ARE OUT THERE FOR TREATING THESE PATIENTS SOME WORK SOME DON'T AND THIS MARKER CAN HELP MONITOR WHETHER THOSE PHARMACEUTICAL ARE EFFECTIVE OR NOT)) [RUNS09]
[OUT Q=effective or not]

Both Carilion Labs and Quest labs will soon be offering the test to doctors. That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))


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[Biz-Review]


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Rising gas prices may be putting the brakes on some local businesses, and its a taxing situation for merchants in Craig County.
Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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[SUPER=01-Jerry Chapman/Brandon Service Center; :50]
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(( Record high gas prices are taking a toll on area businesses. David Hodges has owned a Roanoke Valley landscaping business for 17-years and says, during that time his biggest enemies, have been drought and the cost of fuel. Hodges is now paying about 100 dollars a week to keep his two trucks and handful of mowers running.
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[IN Q=I think that it's...]

((DAVID HODGES/LANDSCAPER: I THINK THAT IT'S KINDA STRANGE THAT GAS PRICES CAN BE AT A CERTAIN LEVEL AND THEN SPIKE THIS HIGH ALL OF A SUDDEN.)) ((HODGES: BASICALLY, I MEAN IF YOU CAN'T MAKE MONEY IN THIS BUSINESS YOU DON'T NEED TO BE DOING IT.))
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[OUT Q=you don't need to be doing it.]

The prices are also making it hard on small gas stations. Jerry Chapman yearns for the past. The gas station owner says he passes his costs onto customers immediately after filling his tanks. He makes about 10-cents off every gallon but is still feeling the pinch.
[IN Q=I would prefer very much...]

((CHAPMAN: I WOULD PREFER VERY MUCH NOT TO BE IN THE GASOLINE PART OF IT AT ALL 'CAUSE WE CAN'T COMPETE WITH THE BIG PEOPLE LIKE THE SHEETZ... ON PRICE OR ANYTHING ELSE.)) [RUNS:09]
[OUT Q=on price or anything else.]

Chapman is selling his service station as a result, and Hodges is getting out of the landscaping business to go back to school. Craig County business owners may soon be digging deeper to pay thier taxes. Supervisers are set to look at a proposal that will impose a tax on local business owners. The Business Professional Occupational License, or B-POL, tax would levy a fee on the privilege of doing business in the county. An initial draft indicates the tax would bring in more than 40 thousand dollars. A new call center and hundreds of new jobs are heading to Pulaski. Global Contact Services says Pulaski County was able to provide an attractive as well as easily accessible location for a new center. The telemarketing firm has invested more than one million dollars into the old A-E-P building in downtown Pulaski. The company hopes to hire up to 300 people. For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review.))


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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... Growing day care regulations may be stretching caregivers thin.
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[VO-NAT]

The pentagon reacts to a magazine article that reported the Secretary of Defense encouraged prisoner abuse.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Abuse-Folo]


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Several of the soldiers charged in the prisoner abuse scandal in Iraq face courts martial this week.
Kathleen Koch (coke) has more from the Pentagon.

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[SUPER=01-Guy Womak/Graner's Attorney; :37]
[SUPER=01-Rose Mary Zapor/Lynndie England Family Attorney; 1:01]
[SUPER=01-Shoshana Johnson/Former U. S. POW; 1:15]
[SUPER=01-Thomas Morrison/George Washington University; 1:29]
[SUPER=01-Colin Powell/U. S. Secretary of State; 1:59]
[SUPER=01-Kathleen Koch/Reporting; 2:10]
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((THEY ARE BEING CALLED THE MOST IMPORTANT MILITARY PROSECUTIONS SINCE VIETNAM.
FIRST IN COURT - SPECIALIST JEREMY SIVITS - WHO HAS OFFERED TO PLEAD GUILTY AND TESTIFY AGAINST THE OTHER SIX SOLDIERS CHARGED.
WEDNESDAY, HE FACES A SPECIAL COURT-MARTIAL - SIMILAR TO A CIVILIAN MISDEMEANOR TRIAL - WITH A PENALTY OF NO MORE THAN A YEAR IN PRISON.
ON THURSDAY, MORE SERIOUS GENERAL COURTS-MARTIAL BEGIN FOR TWO OTHER DEFENDANTS... STAFF SGT. IVAN FREDERICK AND SGT. JAVAL DAVIS.
AN ATTORNEY FOR ARMY SPECIALIST CHARLES GRANER - ALSO CHARGED IN THE ALLEGED ABUSES - SUMMARIZED HIS CLIENT'S DEFENSE.


"He felt these were lawful orders. He had to obey those orders."
BUT THE MILITARY SAYS THE REQUIREMENT TO FOLLOW ORDERS DOESN'T APPLY TO PATENTLY ILLEGAL ORDERS.
ANOTHER DEFENSE CITED BY AN ATTORNEY FOR PRIVATE FIRST CLASS LYNNDIE ENGLAND - LACK OF TRAINING - TO THE CRITICISM OF A FORMER P-O-W.
"So you have a balancing situation here with a young girl who is not sophisticated who has basically 30 days of training in how to handle a situation such as this, and who is a clerk."
"No offense, ma'am, but that's no excuse. You're a soldier first. I was just a cook, but I think I handled myself very well underneath the pressure."
THOUGH NO COMMANDING OFFICERS ARE YET CHARGED, ONE EXPERT PREDICTS THE MILITARY LEGAL PROCESS WILL SOON LOOK UPWARD.
"It is the duty of the people who are there at the time and the supervisors who are there to draw those lines, to watch what is going on, to monitor how prisoners are being treated and taken care of and make policy and issue orders and set rules."
SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL SATURDAY ASSURED AN INTERNATIONAL AUDIENCE THE SEARCH FOR JUSTICE WOULD NOT STOP AT ENLISTED SOLDIERS.
"We will make sure that any problems we had with our system of command are dealt with. I want you to know that you are about to see American democracy in action."
THE CASE INCREASINGLY BEING MADE THAT WHILE THE PRISON ABUSES ILLUSTRATED THE WORST OF THE U-S MILITARY, THE COMING TRIALS WILL SHOWCASE THE BEST.
KATHLEEN KOCH, CNN, THE PENTAGON.))



[11VMI-Graduation]


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The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff had a lot of advice for this year's Virginia Military Institue graduates.
Among other things, he told the 162nd VMI class to expect military careers that focus on fighting terrorism.
Jennifer Wishon has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Lexington; :00]
[SUPER=01-Col. Ken White/VMI Spokesman; :18]
[SUPER=01-Gen. Richard Meyers/U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman; :43]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; 1:33]
[SUPER=01-Edward Cooper/VMI Graduate; 1:40]
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((NATS OF CADETS CLAPPING AND SINGING.))
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Patriotic Spirit was high at the Virginia Military Institute Saturday. Thousands of people packed Cameron Hall to watch nearly 250 cadets graduate and hear first hand from President Bush's top military advisor - General Richard Myers.
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[SOT 1:12:35]
[IN Q=The timeliness]

((Ken White))
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[OUT Q=as they are now]

The Chairman's visit came just hours after returning from Iraq - where he met with American troops. Reluctant to discuss the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at the hands of Americans - Myers says he has complete confidence in America's military men and women who are still working in hostile conditions.
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[SOT 14:02]
[IN Q=When we were out at]

((General Myers))
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[OUT Q=this is combat]

Myers says VMI's graduates will undoubtedly face challenging times as the U-S continues to fight terrorism, but reminded them they don't have to wear a uniform to make America strong.
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[SOT 14:39]
[IN Q=What this country needs]

((General Myers))
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[OUT Q=integrity and confidence]



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[SOT 1:13:47]
[IN Q=This world is a vastly]

((Jennifer Wishon/jwishon@wdbj7.com))
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[OUT Q=their sense of duty]



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[SOT 1:10:19]
[IN Q=I have a deeper respect]

((Edward Cooper))
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[OUT Q=I'm very excited]

Cooper is one of about 120 cadets being commissioned into the Armed Forces - some of which will soon find themselves actively fighting under General Myers' command. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Lexington.))

[Boat-Rescue]


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More than two dozen people had to be rescued from a sinking boat off the coast of San Francisco.
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The 28 passengers and crew on board the fishing vessell were dropped of at Fort Baker near the Golden Gate Bridge.

One man died from a heart attack. Another is being treated for hypothermia.
The remaining 26 people were not injured.
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[11Dorsey-Benefit]


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A group of bikers got their motors running to help a boy in need this weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Buena Vista;]

Nearly a hundred bikers gathered at Glenn Maury Park in Buena Vista before heading out on a "poker run." It's all in an effort to help Dylan Dorsey - a Natural Bridge boy who fell ill with a mysterious disease nine months ago.
[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co./February;]

When Dylan returned home from the hospital the end of February about 500 motorcycles escorted him from Charlottesville to Natural Bridge. Since then it's been a rocky road and his family has incurred thousands of dollars in medical bills.
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[SOT 1:18:02]
[IN Q=The first time he came]

((RICK DORSEY: THE FIRST TIME HE CAME BACK HE WAS HOME A WEEK BEFORE HE HAD TO GO BACK TO THE HOSPITAL... HEAD BACK AND FORTH AND CLAPS HIS HANDS.))
[SUPER=01-Rick Dorsey/Dylan Dorsey's Father;]
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[OUT Q=claps his hands]
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[ANCHOR=Susan]
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The Dorsey benefit continued into the night at Glenn Maury Park with a number of bands, a bike- show and plenty of food.
[weather next]

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Coming up, disposing of hazardous household materials can be dangerous if you're not careful. We'll tell you where to get rid of yours after the break.
[ANCHOR=Brent]

and a little later
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We're balancing our core training in today's Sunday Shapeup.
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[Lotto] [Break]