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Today on News 7 at 5, a Botetourt County man faces decades in prison for murdering his cousin.
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Plus Americans hoping for lower gas prices are going to be disappointed.
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The weather pattern remains unsettled so be prepared for a few more showers midweek. Forecasts details ahead.

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Also today, investigators discover the cause of a fire that killed a Montgomery County woman.
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On health check, we'll see how a simple tool is making a big difference in diagnosing breast cancer.
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Plus a longtime actor on the stage, film and television has passed away. News 7 at 5 is next.
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((I'M A STUDENT, SO I DON'T HAVE $50 DOLLARS TO SPEND A WEEK ON GAS, SO I'M TRYING TO WALK AS MUCH AS I CAN ))
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Gas prices continue to go up. A gallon of regular averages $1.84 in Roanoke and THAT'S the best price in the state.

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People filling up their tanks across the country must shell out a little more money every day.
And if you think there may be relief in sight, you may want to think twice.
Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((EVERYONE KNOWS GAS PRICES ARE HIGHBUT FOUR DOLLARS AND SEVEN CENTS A GALLON? THATS THE FULL SERVICE PRICE FOR PREMIUM AT THIS STATION IN FULLERTON.

-SOT-(MOS) Im about to croakits terriblenever heard of such a thing!


AT LEAST THEY WASH THE WINDOWS

-SOT-most of our clients are busy, on the cellphoneon the laptop


IN CALIFORNIA THE AVERAGE PRICE FOR SELF-SERVE REGULAR IS NOW ABOUT $2.70 LAST WEEK GAS JUMPED NEARLY FIVE CENTS PER GALLON. NATIONALLYNEARLY 8 CENTS.

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STATION OWNERS SAY THEIR HANDS ARE TIED.THEY SAY THE FIVE BIG OIL COMPANIES LIKE CHEVRON AND CONOCO HAVE BOUGHT OUT ALL THE LITTLE GUYSAND THEY NOW FOLLOW EACH OTHERS LEAD...WHEN ONE GOES UP THEY ALL DO.

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..our customers dont like it.

-SOT-I hate themI think the economy is going to suffer from it.


SHES RIGHTECONOMISTS SAY MONEY SPENT AT THE PUMP IS MONEY NOT SPENT SOMEWHERE ELSELIKE INSIDE THE MINI-MART.
-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, HOLLYWOOD Some of the cheapest gas in California is right here in Hollywood$2.46 for premium here
THIS STATION IS ALWAYS BUSY. STILL EVEN A FEW CENTS MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE FOR MANY.

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normally I drive 8 hoursnow 11 or 12.
DEMOCRATS ARE NOW GETTING INVOLVEDURGING THE PRESIDENT TO DIP INTO THE NATIONS OIL RESERVES.
BUT STATION OWNERS PREDICT WELL PAY AND ARM AND A LEG AT THE PUMP UNTIL THE END OF SUMMER. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))

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Tonight on News 7 at 6, we'll see how gas prices are affecting how and WHAT people in the Roanoke Valley are driving.

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A man accused of killing his cousin faces 43 years in prison for the crime.
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This afternoon, 48-year-old Milon (my-lan) Rube Goins, in a plea agreement with the Commonwealth, pled no contest to second degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a murder.
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According to court documents, Goins, 46-year-old David Bowman of North Carolina and two other men were at Goins' trailer off of Shanta Lane in Botetourt County. Witnesses say the group was joking around- then Goins left the room, returned with a gun and shot Bowman in the chest.

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((CHRIS KOWALCZUK, DEFENSE ATTORNEY: THIS IS A VERY DIFFICULT CASE AND I THOUGHT IT WAS SECOND DEGREE FROM THE START. I'M VERY PLEASED IT WAS RESOLVED IN A FAIR AND JUST MATTER.))
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, we'll hear from a family member on why she believes Goins should get the maximum sentence.
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Investigators say last week's fatal fire in Montgomery County was an accident.
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A faulty electrical wire leading into the living room caused the blaze at 569 Friendship Road, near Shawsville. The Medical Examiner says 61 year old Barbara Jean Gray died of smoke inhalation. Gray's Husband and son both escaped the fire unharmed.
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Could New York City have been better prepared to handle 9-11?
That's the focus of today's 9-11 commission hearing- one that follows a 26 page staff report.
Key among the findings: poor communication between rescue workers.
Brian Andrews has more.
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(( "Today will be a very difficult day." THE 9-11 COMMISSION
LOOKING INTO LESSONS LEARNED.... VARIOUS STILLS OR VIDEO FROM TODAY'S HEARING FROM THE ACTIONS OF THE FIRST RESPONDERS... HIGHLIGHTING A NUMBER OF OBSTACLES THEY FACED... INCLUDING NO CHANCE OF CONDUCTING HELICOPTER RESCUES. JOHN LEHMAN/9-11 COMMISSION Q: "WHY WERE THERE NO PLANS TO DEAL WITH SURVIVORS ABOVE A FIRE?" A: ALAN REISS/FORMER DIRECTOR WTC "ROOFTOP RESCUE WAS NOT PRACTICAL IN A MAJOR EMERGENCY." THE PANEL REVIEWING VIDEO TAPE FROM THE DAY OF THE ATTACK INCLUDING FIRST-PERSON SURVIVOR ACCOUNTS. STANLEY PRAIMRATH, WTC SURVIVOR the pLane crashed right into the building, the wing sliced through and into my office.
THE 9-11 COMMISSIONS FINDINGS -CRITICAL- OF COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE FIRE DEPARTMENTS RADIO SYSTEM WASNT WORKING PROPERLY MANY TRANSMISSIONS GARBLED AND INAUDIBLE.
THOMAS VON ESSEN/FORMER FDNY COMMISSIONER: THERE WERE PROBLEMS WITH COMMUNICATIONS. NOTHING WORKED AT ALL TIMES, EVERYTHING WORKED SOMETIMES. ALSO AT ISSUE: A LACK OF COORDINATION BETWEEN POLICE AND FIRE... AND CONFLICTING EVACUATION INFORMATION CONVEYED TO SURIVORS INSIDE THE TOWERS BEFORE THEY COLLAPSED.
JOHN FARMER, 9-11 COMMISSION STAFF:"PA system didn't work.......... " DESPITE THEIR BEST EFFORTS AND TREMEDOUS HURDLES....IT WASN'T ENOUGH. VOICE OF JOSEPH PFEIFER, NYPD FIREFIGHTER That day we lost what people should remember.

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THE HEARINGS WILL STRETCH INTO THE AFTERNOON. TOMORROW, THE PANTEL WILL HEAR FROM NEW YORK'S CURRENT AND FORMER MAYORS. BRIAN ANDREWS, CBS NEWS , NEW YORK. ))

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Coming up next on the newscast, a controversial project in Blacksburg refuses to go away.
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Plus we will hear from the Franklin County home owners who ended up with the wreckage of a military jet in their front yard.
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The site of a military plane crash in Franklin County will be checked for contamination in the next couple weeks.

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Robert and Julie Paulitzky say their trees are dying because of jet fuel that's seeped into the ground.
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The F-15 fighter jet was on a low altitude training mission when it went down May 6th. The pilots ejected safely and no one was hurt, a fact that amazed investigators.
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((ROBERT PAULITZKY/HOMEOWNER: THE POLICE OFFICER SAID THE PILOT SAID, "THOSE ARE CHRISTIANS, AREN'T THEY?" THE AIR FORCE ALSO SAID, YOU KNOW, IT WAS A MIRACLE.)) ((JULIE PAULITZKY/HOMEOWNER: WE WERE PROTECTED... DIVINE INTERVENTION... IT'S LIKE A CLOAK OVER THE HOUSE. IT'S INCREDIBLE.))
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Blacksburg is STILL talking about a new sewer line, just a week after a controversial project was cancelled.
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Mayor Roger Hedgepeth says another engineering study needs to be done. The council just canceled a project that would have brought a 12 mile line to Toms Creek after candidates against the project were voted into office in the May election.
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((ROGER HEDGEPETH:THIS DOES NOT NEGATE THE FACT THAT THE GRAVITY SEWER IS STILL NEEDED, VERY MUCH NEEDED AND HOPEFULLY WE CAN DO ANOTHER STUDY BY A REPUTABLE OUTSIDE ENGINEERING FIRM WITH A NATIONAL REPUTATION.))
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Hedgepeth wants the firm to study the entire drainage area, including Montgomery County. He says it should help decide once and for all where to put a sewer line and what type of system should be used.
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In health check tonight,
If a woman has a tumor removed because of breast cancer, chances are she may end up back in the operating room.
In fact, 20 percent face more surgery because "all" of the tumor isn't removed the first time.
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But as health check reporter Joy Sutton tells us -- Carilion is trying a new way to reduce that number..
Joy what are they doing?
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Jean,
They are going start using larger slides to examine the tumor and surrounding breast tissue.
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Doctors feel this way they'll be less likely to miss any of the cancer.
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(( Side by side it's easy to see how much more the larger slide can hold --and Doctor Lee Tucker says it can make a big difference in finding all of the cancer.
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((THE DIFFERENCE IS WE'RE NOT FINDING THE MULTIPLE CANCERS. WE'RE MISSING THE SMALL ONES AND WE'RE NOT DOING AS GOOD OF A JOB OF FINDING THE CANCER ON THE MARGIN OF THE SURGICAL SPECIMEN)) [RUNS05]
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Here's an x-ray of the removed breast tissue --using the smaller slides doctors can only sample about 16-percent or less of the margin or perimeter around the tumor.
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Carilion Consolidated Lab is already testing out new equipment to make the specimens for the larger slides --and when it comes to breast cancer the larger the sample the better.
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((IT'S THOSE MICROSCOPIC CANCERS THAT ARE TOO SMALL TO SEEN BY THE NAKED EYE THAT CAN STAY BEHIND IN THE PATIENT AND GROW AND PRESENT AS A RECURRENCE OR SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE BODY SO IT'S OUR ABILITY TO FIND THOSE THAT BEFORE WE WERE MISSING THAT MAKES THIS SUCH AN IMPROVEMENT )) [RUNS17]
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The key to survival with breast cancer is early detection. When it's found early the chances for a cure are as high as 99 percent. And If doctors know they have all of the tumor, patients won't have to undergo as much treatment such as radiation and chemotherapy.
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Jean, While Carilion will initially use the slides for breast cancer --they hope to eventually use them for other cancers as well.
Carilion is only the second hospital in the U-S to use the larger slides.

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Irish Rock Star Bono (Bahn-oh) is making noise today, but it's not the musical kind.
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He's on Capitol Hill today to talk about the growing AIDS epidemic in Africa.
Bono praised the Bush administration for allotting the single largest amount of money to combat AIDS in his Global AIDS initiative one year ago, but warned there is much more to do.
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((BONO: WE'RE NOT HERE TODAY FOR A VICTORY LAP. WE'RE HERE TO PICK UP THE PACE, BECAUSE AIDS AS SENATOR DURBIN MENTIONED IS OUTRUNNING US. IT'S KILLING 6 AND HALF THOUSAND AFRICANS A DAY, 7 THOUSAND AFRICANS A DAY. WHOEVER YOU'RE TALKING TO, THAT NUMBER IS HARD TO STOMACH.))
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The main reason for today's hearing was a recent drop in the Global Aids fund. While President Bush did alott 547 million for the Global Aids fund for this year, that amount is set to drop to 200 million for next year.

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Up next on the newscast, we'll look back at the life of actor Tony Randall.
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Tony Randall died in his sleep last night.
The 84 year old actor was best known for his role as Felix Unger in the Odd Couple.
Drew Levinson has more.
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((In the eyes of America's TV viewers Tony Randall will always be Felix Unger--the persnickety Ying to Jack Klugman's sloppy yang on the Odd Couple.

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"CAN TWO DIVORCED MEN SHARE AN APARTMENT WITHOUT DRIVING EACH OTHER CRAZY?"
Randall won an Emmy for playing Unger in the Sitcom based on Neil Simon's play and movie. They may have been odd, but Randall said the two together were perfect.

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"THAT CAN'T BE PLANNED ON, EITHER THAT HAPPENS OR IT DOESN'T."

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"AH THIS IS IT, A PERFECT SPOT TO EXERCISE."
He and Klugman re-created their roles in the 1993 television movie The Odd Couple Returns. They talked to CBS early show host Harry Smith about being back together.
"TO BE BACK IN THE TRENCHES AGAIN? IT'S AS IF WE NEVER CHANGED. YEH. HAVEN'T LEARNED A THING."

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"RANDALL DID LEARN ONE THING...HOW TO STAY ON TV. HE HOLDS THE RECORD FOR BEING ON THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN. HE APPEARED ON THE PROGRAM 70 TIMES.
And when he wasn't on television he was fighting for his favoritie causes...here in 1981 he fought for federal arts funding.

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"IF YOUR CONGRESSMAN HAS BEEN A SUPPORTER THANK HIM."
10 years later he founded the National Actor's theatre"
After his wife of 54 years died in 1992....Randall married Heather who made him a father for the first time at age 77. They had two children together. When Tony Randall won his emmy for his role in the odd couple--the show had just been cancelled...at the awards ceremony he said, "I'm so happy I won. Now if I only had a job." Keeping busy was one thing he really never had to worry about. Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York.))

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Coming up today in Sports, a former coach for the Virginia Lancers makes it to the big time.... on a video game.
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Then a little later, Coca-Cola tries again as it launches another New Coke.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Tuesday ticker. It seems that it is impossible for a day to go by anymore without some athlete somewhere having his name mentioned in a negative light. Tonight, we're not on a college campus in Virginia, but in South Florida where the Dolphins were trying to have a peaceful quarterback mini-camp. The only problem is that 3 Florida newspapers are reporting that Miami running back Ricky Williams has violated the NFL's substance abuse policy testing positive for marijuana use for the second time since joining the Dolphins. Williams' attorney says his client is anxious to set the record straight, but Williams said little today.

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He could face a fine up to $650 thousand bucks.

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When Pete Gillen's job was spared earlier this spring - the UVa head basketball coach promised to evaluate every phase of his program and make some changes.
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Coaches make those kinds of statements all the time, but in Gillen's case he has followed through on them. This afternoon Scott Shepherd became the second assistant coach to resign in the past 5 weeks. Shepherd came to UVa from Hargrave and was a Gillen staff member for five seasons. Beside losing Shepherd and fellow assistant Rod Jensen, part-time starter Derrick Byars announced he was transferring back on April 20th. Gillen is in Salem tonight speaking at an alumni function.
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The NHL playoffs resume tonight in the East with the Tampa Bay Lightning returning home. So far home has been a 50-50 propositions in this series with the two teams splitting the first four games and winning once at home and once on the opposition's ice.
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That tightness of this series got us to thinking if the folks at EA Sports - who make the popular NHL 2004 game for PlayStation 2 and other game consoles might see the series being just as much of a toss-up.
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Of course Tampa Bay is coached by former Virginia Lancers boss John Tortarella, and tonight he will need to on the lookout for Jeremy Roenick - who is expected to be back in the lineup. The Flyers ace will be trying to ruin Tampa Bay's steady winning ways at the St. Pete Times Forum arena. The Lightning are 4-and-2 in the playoffs. Goalie Nikolai Khabibulin is one of the big reasons why Tampa Bay is on the verge of making it the Stanley Cup finals for the first time ever. Remember - if game five doesn't turn out the way your like tonight - replay it at home and give Vincent Lacavalier (LA-cav-lee-ay) some mad skills. Face-off tonight for game five is at 7:30pm.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six we'll check in with Frank Beamer and Joe Gibbs who were both in attendance at the NASCAR event in Richmond over the weekend. Take care everybody - Jean is coming back in just a moment to wrap up News 7 at Five for you. [GO TO BREAK]

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Wall Street saw a modest rally, a day after the Dow Jones industrial average and the Nasdaq composite hit their lows for the year.
But as Alexis Christoforous tells us, some investors are nervous.
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The low carb craze is going Cola-
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Coca-Cola is introducing Coca Cola C2 in Japan first and then in the U-S this summer.
The newest product will half the sugar, carbohydrates and calories of regular colas.
Expect to see big advertising on TV-radio and the internet.
It's the latest in a string of new coke products, including Vanilla Coke, Diet Vanilla Coke, Diet Coke with Lemon and most recently Diet coke with lime.
Diet Coke.. also known as Coca Cola light in some countries.. is number one diet soda worldwide-
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