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UP next on News 7--
Today brought the first court martial in the Iraqi prisoner abuse case---


A deadly typhoon kills more than a dozen people in the Phillipines--
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And, we'll tell you how CORN FLOUR interrupted today's session of the British parliament.
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Showers and storms are starting to enter the area. I'll show you where on Skytracker 7 radar coming right up.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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Despite a tearful apology, an Army specialist receives the maximum punishment for his role in the Iraqi abuse scandal.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Jeremy Sivits, the first American soldier accused of abusing Iraqi prisoners, was court- martialed today.
And the military's highest- ranking officers were called to Capitol Hill to try to explain why the abuse happened in the first place.
Teri Okita has the latest.
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(( TRACK: 24-YEAR-OLD SPECIALIST JEREMY SIVITS BROKE DOWN IN TEARS AS HE APOLOGIZED FOR TAKING PART IN THE ABUSE OF IRAQI PRISONERS. SIVITS PLEAD GUILTY TO FOUR CHARGES AND RECEIVED THE MAXIMUM PENALTY IN HIS PLEA DEAL: ONE YEAR BEHIND BARS, REDUCTION IN RANK, AND A BAD CONDUCT DISCHARGE. SIVITS TOLD THE JUDGE HE SHOULD HAVE PROTECTED THE DETAINEES, INSTEAD OF TAKING PICTURES OF OTHER SOLDIERS SEXUALLY HUMILIATING AND PHYSICALLY ABUSING THEM.
TRACK: SIVITS ALSO AGREED TO TESTIFY AT THE UPCOMING TRIALS OF SEVERAL OTHER SOLDIERS ACCUSED OF ABUSE AT BAGHDADS ABU GHARIB PRISON. THREE OF THEM WERE ARRAIGNED TODAY. STAFF SERGEANT IVAN FREDERICK, SERGEANT JAVAL DAVIS AND SPECIAL CHARLES GRANER ALL POSTPONED THEIR PLEAS UNTIL A JUNE 21ST HEARING.
TRACK: THE ABUSE DOCUMENTED IN PHOTOS HAS DRAWN WORLD-WIDE OUTRAGE, AND NOW THERES WORD OF EVEN MORE PICTURES. OFFICERS AT THE HIGHEST RANKS WERE CALLED TO CAPITOL HILL TO EXPLAIN THE ABUSE.

(super: Gen. John Abizaid/U.S. Central Command)
SOT: We have suffered a setback. I accept responsibility for that

setback
THEY SAID THE INVESTIGATION WILL GO RIGHT UP THE CHAIN OF COMMAND, INCLUDING EVEN THEM.

(Super: Gen. Ricardo Sanchez/U.S. Commander in Iraq)
SOT: I believe Ive taken steps so such behavior is not repeated.


TRACK: THE MILITARY PROMISED TO MAKE THE COURTS-MARTIAL PROCEEDINGS AS OPEN AS POSSIBLE. IT PROHIBITS CAMERAS IN THE COURTROOM, BUT ALLOWED ABOUT THREE DOZEN JOURNALISTS TO SIT-IN AND DOZENS MORE TO WATCH VIA CLOSED-CIRCUIT T-V.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: But many Arab reporters remained skeptical of the proceedings questioning why cameras were barred and why higher-ranking officers arent being punished, too. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.
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The strongest typhoon to hit the Phillipines this year has left at least 19 people dead.
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But officials say the death toll could still rise.
The Philippines declared a "state of calamity" in eight provinces after Typhoon Nida displaced thousands of residents.
Damage to crops and infrastructure is expected to top out at around one- point- three million dollars.
The storm-- packing wind gusts of 115 miles per hour-- is now pulling away from the Phillipines, and heading toward southern Japan.
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A power outage is causing a community college in our area to change its schedule for today.
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The Central Virginia Community College in Lynchburg has canceled day classes today.
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A purple powder led to the evacuation of Britain's House of Commons today--
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While British Prime Minister Tony Blair was speaking at the podium, a protestor threw powder at him-- prompting Blair and the other lawmakers to leave.
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Officials concluded that the purple powder was just colored cornflour.
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Blair was NOT injured, but the incident was a major security breach in the House of Commons, which recently put up a bulletproof screen to protect members from potential attacks.
A group that campaigns on child custody issues claimed responsibility for the incident.
Two men are under arrest.

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Emotions were also running high today in New York, as former Mayor Rudy Giuliani testified before the 9-11 Commission.
Giuliani says it's time to learn and move forward, NOT point fingers.
But as Brian Andrews reports, that wasn't what the families of victims wanted to hear.
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((
AN EMOTIONAL DAY FOR FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE 9-11 VICTIMS ANGRY OVER PROBLEMS WITH THE FIRE DEPARTMENTS RADIO SYSTEM ON THAT DAY..

(Nat POP TALK ABOUT BAD RADIOS, MY SON WAS MURDERED BECAUSE OF BAD

RADIOS)
THE RADIOS AND CELLPHONES USED BY THE FIRST RESPONDERS DIDNT ALWAYS WORK ON SEPT, 11TH AND INFORMATION WASNT ALWAS SHARED.
FORMER MAYOR RUDY GIULIANI EXPLAINING TO THE COMMISSION WHY BOTH POLICE AND FIRE HAD THEIR OWN SEPARATE RADIO SYSTEMS.

(RUDOLPH GIULIANI/FORMER MAYOR, NEW YORK )

Police Officers case criminals, Firefighters fight fires. They should have radios that are interoperable. Those radios do not exist today.
ONE DOES EXIST AND WAS PURCHASED BY THE FIRE DEPARTEMENT BEFORE 911...BUT THE MAYOR SAYS IT'S TOO COMPLICATED FOR ANYONE TO USE.
GIULIANI ADDRESSING LESSONS LEARNED FROM PROBLEMS WITH THE CITYS 911 EMERGENCY SYSTEM WHICH FIELDED MORE THAN 55-THOUSAND CALLS THAT DAY.

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911 was overwhelmed. Should it have been larger? Yes. It should have.
EARLIER, THE FORMER MAYOR TOLD THE COMMISSION HE NEVER SAW A NOW WELL PUBLICIZED PRESIDENTIAL BRIEFING WARNING OF AN OSAMA BIN LADEN ATTACK, BUT SAID IT WOULDNT HAVE MADE ANY DIFFERENCE ON SEPT. 11TH .

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If that info had been given or more warning in the summer of 2001,. I cant honestly tell you we would have done anything differently.

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THE FORMER MAYORS SUGGESTIONS: CITYS SHOULD WORK MORE CLOSELY WITH THE FBI AND START THEIR OWN OFFICES OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. HE ALSO THINKS THE FBI COULD DO A BETTER JOB OF SHARING INFORMATION WITH LOCAL POLICE.
BRIAN ANDREWS, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.
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Some parents involved with Head Start Centers in Roanoke believe that every vote counts, and every registered voter helps.
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Centers across Roanoke are sponsoring a voter registration drive until 2:00 this afternoon.
The "Heads Start, Heads Up Voter Registration Day" program was thought up by Cheyenne Lark because she believes that voting is the only way citizens voices can be heard.
Lark has children of her own in the head start program and wanted to encourage other parents to vote.
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((CHEYENNE LARK/PRINCIPAL ORGANIZER: IN ORDER TO HAVE THE PARENTS SUPPORT AND THEIR VOICES BE HEARD, THEY'VE GOT TO VOTE. THATS THE ONLY WAY THAT ANYTHING THEY SAY IS GOING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.))
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The registration drive is being held until 2:00 this afternoon, in head start centers across Roanoke. Lark hopes this will become an annual program.
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Coming up after the break, gas prices go up again overnight.
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Plus we will see Pulaski County's new tool to fight fires.
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A single-vehicle accident is blocking part of Route 29 near Amherst.
The wreck is tying up traffic in the southbound lanes, just north of the Route 29 Business exit to Amherst.
Authorities say at least three people were hurt.
No word yet on how long it will take to clear the accident scene.

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Two weeks ago, a military jet crashed near a home in Franklin County.
The owners have finally been able to return to the property and they tell Shannon Young it was the power of prayer that saved their home and their lives.
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((Although the sign outside Julie and Robert Paulitzky's home reads "Dew Drop In", the Franklin County couple never dreamed their list of unannounced visitors would include an F-15 fighter jet. In the early evening of May 6th, an Air Force jet on a low altitude mission crashed into the ground just yards from the house. Robert had gone outside to watch the plane pass.
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Julie was in the bedroom resting when she heard the plane go over.
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((JULIE PAULITZKY/HOMEOWNER: AND I SAID, BOY, HE'S LOW. THEN THERE WAS A VROOM, VROOM AND THE HOUSE SHOOK VIOLENTLY AND I RAN OUTSIDE AND WE STARTED PUTTING OUT THE FIRES.)) [RUNS:17]
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Neighbors immediately showed up to help. Emergency crews and the Air Force weren't far behind.
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((JULIE: THE FLAMES AND THE FUEL WERE AWFUL. I HAPPENED TO HAVE SOME MASKS SO I'M HANDING OUT MASKS TO EVERYBODY!)) [RUNS:08]
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The pilots had ejected safely. No one was injured. The Paulitzkys, who are still finding pieces of wreckage, say they're amazed but not surprised. Just two hours before the crash they'd returned from a week away, a week during which they'd focused on prayer.
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((JULIE: AND THEN, WHEN WE RETURNED THERE WAS AN F-15 IN OUR FRONT YARD! AND WE WERE PROTECTED SO... PRAYER WORKS...)) [RUNS:07]
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Pulaski has a new weapon to fight fires and make citizens safer.
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It's this brand new, 250-thousand dollar fire truck. The new pumper is replacing a more than 30 year old truck. It can hold a thousand gallons of water, where as the old truck could only hold 500.
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((BILL WEBB: IT ALSO CARRIES SIX ONBOARD FIREFIGHTERS WITH BUILT IN AIRPACKS THAT THEY CAN DRESS ON THE WAY. THE TRUCK HAS ITS OWN ELECTRICAL GENERATOR WHICH THE OTHER TRUCK DID NOT. NATURALLY ITS GONNA HELP THE SERVICE WE PROVIDE AND MAKE IT SAFER FOR THE CITIZENS OF PULASKI.))
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Town officials say they've seen many devastating fires in the town over the last 30 years, and they hope this new truck will help to make a huge difference in the future.
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The price of gas went up again overnight.
Triple A says the average cost of a gallon of unleaded regular went up another two cents a gallon, making it $1.91 a gallon.
It went up FOUR cents overnight in Roanoke up to an average $1.88.
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The cost is forcing motorists like Lara Bingeman to scale down.
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((WE'RE ACTUALLY GOING FROM AN EXPEDITION TO AN EXPLORER -- SOMETHING THAT'LL GET A LITTLE MORE MILEAGE AND SOMETHING THAT'S GOING TO DO BETTER THAN THE GAS PRICES THAN WHAT THEY ARE NOW))
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And she doesn't appear to be alone. James Graham of Duncan Mitsubishi in Salem says sales for his SMALLER S-U-Vs have actually gone up.
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((WE'VE HAD A VERY GOOD MONTH SO FAR, AND WE ATTRIBUTE THAT TO OUR SMALLER SUV SALES, BUT IT LOOKS LIKE AMERICA'S NOT GONE GIVE UP ON THEIR SUV'S RIGHT NOW, REGARDLESS WHAT GAS PRICES ARE NOW))
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At the same time, many car dealers fear that as gas prices continue to soar, that sales for even the SMALLER S-U-Vs could eventually take a hit.
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A man associated with the railroad in the Valley has died. Retired photographer Aubrey Overstreetpassed away Saturday at the age of 75.
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The N & W photographers rarely received individual credit, but like O. Winston Link, they documented the railroad and the region.
In 2001, Overstreet told us about one assignment, inside a new locomotive.
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((AUBREY OVERSTREET/RETIRED NS PHOTOGRAPHER: I WAS SO SMALL, I COULD GO IN THE FIREBOX, NATURALLY WITH NO FIRE, AND GO OVER THIS BIG HUMP AND ONCE YOU GET IN THERE IT HAS A ROOM AS BIG AS THIS. I COULD STAND UP. I HAD LIGHTS IN THERE. I'D TAKE MY LIGHTS AND CAMERA AND EVEN SET IT ON A TRIPOD, AND TAKE VARIOUS PICTURES INSIDE THE BOILER.)) ((MR. FRANCIS ALWAYS GOT A BIG KICK OUT OF IT. IF HE WANTED ME TO GO IN THERE TOMORROW, I'D SEE HIM TODAY AND HE SAID WEAR SOME NICE CLEAN CLOTHES TOMORROW BECAUSE YOU'RE GOING IN THE BOILER.))
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A funeral service for Aubrey Overstreet was scheduled for this morning at First Baptist Church.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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we'll tell you why there was something fishy about a recent wedding.
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Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis captured the world's attention for decades.
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But today, on the 10th anniversary of her death, there is still much to be learned about the American icon.
A new book called, "What Jackie Taught Us" illustrates how Jackie's public life influenced so many others-- especially in terms of how she raised her children while in the limelight.
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Flaherty says Jackie was an example of courage and grace following the assassination of President Kennedy, and during the final days of her own life.
She adds that Jackie also put America on the "cultural" map.
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Getting married in a hot air balloon or high atop a mountain was too cliche for one couple in Germany--
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Marko Jokiel and his girlfriend Diana Topka exchanged vows inside a huge aquarium. "AquaDom Sea Life" opened last December, and has been an attraction in Berlin ever since
Both bride and groom dive as a hobby, but Diana says she was still a bit nervous.
Meanwhile, the man presiding over the wedding says he's wed couple aboard ships before, but this was his first ceremony in a fish tank.
He did set one condition-- he didn't want to have to go into the water himself.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 108 points. The NASDAQ has gained 34.

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Up next in sports, the Dazzle gets a new location as it prepares for its upcoming boys and girls camp.
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And the saying goes, "Nobody's Perfect." But after last night that no longer applies.
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Randy Johnson joined an elite crowd last night after he pitched a perfect game against the Atlanta Braves.
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He struck out 17 Braves, but almost lost his bid on the final out of the 6th inning, after fanning the last two hitters in a 2 to nothing win over the Braves. It's the second no-hitter of Johnson's career, and the first perfect game in the major league since David Cone did it for Yankees in 1999. At the age of 40, Johnson is now the oldest player in baseball history to toss a perfect game.

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The Virginia Athletics Foundation hosted a fundraiser at the Salem Civic Center last night.
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Uva head men's basketball coach Pete Gillen joined football coach Al Groh as featured speakers, along with UVa women's soccer coach Steve Swanson.
Gillen spoke about the new arena, his recruiting class and the loss of his second coaching staff member.
Scott Shepherd resigned yesterday.
Shepherd spent the last five years on Gillen's staff.
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Groh touched on this past season, his 2005 recruiting class, and the fact he was happy to see so much orange 45 minutes from Blacksburg.
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The Roanoke Dazzle is excited about the new location for its third annual summer basketball camp the first two weeks of August. The camp is moving onto the Roanoke Civic Center floor.
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The camp has grown from a modest number of fewer than 40 campers its first season, to nearly 150. The camps are open to boys and girls ages 7 to 15. "Camp Dazzle" runs from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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