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Today on News 7 at 5, Henry County's former administrator is sentenced to federal prison.
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Plus the City of Roanoke picks the person who will lead its school system for the immediate future.
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A man once considered America's best ally in Iraq is no longer on friendly terms with the U-S.
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plus we 'll meet a young inventor who is helping musicians get a step up in their lessons.
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And Brent Watts will show us a new mixed up ice cream store. News 7 at 5 is next.

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The City of Roanoke has selected an interim school superintendent.
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The woman who'll temporarily take over as superintendent of Roanoke schools knows the educational system inside out.
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Doris Ennis today received a standing ovation as the city school board introduced her as the successor to retiring superintendent Wayne Harris. After dedicating 42 years to Roanoke schools Ennis has earned a reputation as a "healer".
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((DORIS ENNIS/SUPERINTENDENT DESIGNEE: IF WE PROJECT THE IMAGE THAT THERE'S DISHARMONY THEN PEOPLE WILL HAVE SECOND THOUGHTS ABOUT COMING TO OUR ALL AMERICAN CITY AND WE WANT TO LIVE UP TO THAT REPUTATION.))
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Ennis has been a teacher, department head and principal of five schools. She's currently interim principal at Noel C. Taylor Learning Academy. Superintendent Wayne Harris will step down in June but will stay on paid leave until the end of the year.
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The board plans to hire a permanent superintendent by July of next year.

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The man who has called himself America's best friend in Iraq is now furious with the U-S.
Ahmed Chalabi (Sha-lobby) says his home has been raided.. he's calling it intimidation.
Cami McCormick is in Baghdad with more.
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((Relations between the U-S and the man it once thought would help lead the new Iraq...further soured Thursday. U-S humvees, joined by Iraqi National Security forces surrounded the headquarters of Ahmed Chalabi's political party. Iraqi police and then raided the offices, removing documents and computers. Even Chalabi's desk was cleared. Chalabi called it an intimidation tactic...following his recent criticism of the U-S-led coalition. "....I told them to get out ........ CAMI MCCORMICK/CBS NEWS: BUT WHILE HIS SPOKESMAN ACCUSED THE U-S OF TRYING TO TARNISH CHALABI'S IMAGE, MANY ORDINARY IRAQIS AREN'T LIKELY TO COME TO COMPLAIN. THEY HAVE LONG BEEN SUSPICIOUS OF THE U-S-BACKED FORMER EXILE. OTHER MORE OMINOUS DEVELOPMENTS, THOUGH, WILL LIKELY ENFLAME PASSIONS HERE. For one, the U-S attack on a village near the Syrian border, which claimed more than 40 lives. Iraqis insist it was a wedding party that came under fire. The U.S. military defends the air strike as targeting a compound used by foreign fighters entering the country. BRIG. GEN. MARK KIMMITT: THIS WAS NOT SOMETHING THAT FELL OUT OF THE SKY. WE HAD SIGNIFICANT INTELLIGENCE.
This, combined with new photos of abuse and the belief that the court martial of Specialist Jeremy Sivits failed to deliver justice will make it increasingly more difficult to convince Iraqis that the U-S-led invasion was meant to protect their human rights and improve their lives.Cami McCormick, CBS News Baghdad.))

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Former Henry County Administrator Sid Clower will serve nearly three and a half years in FEDERAL prison for embezzlement.
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The 52-year-old former county leader has already served 17 months in STATE prison. Clower was in federal court today, being sentenced for fraud and tax evasion. Judge Jackson Kiser also fined Clower more than one million dollars for embezzling money in an area crippled by layoffs. Federal investigators said from 1993 to 2002, Clower stole more than 818-thousand dollars that he spread out in small amounts every month.
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Up next on the newscast, we'll see what could ground some people's vacations
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And Joe Dashiell will tell us about some Crazy Cars and the men who built them.
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With gas prices going up every time we fill up, the cost of a driving vacation is also going up.
But it's not the *only* travel cost going sky high.
Brian Andrews has more.
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(((nats...gas pumps) FORGET STICKER SHOCK AT THE PUMP.....

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SOARING OIL PRICES ARE FUELING MORE TROUBLE FOR TRAVELERS. FOR AIRLINES, JET FUEL IS THE SECOND BIGGEST EXPENSE AFTER LABOR.... AND THEY'RE COUNTING ON PASSENGERS TO HELP PICK UP THE TAB.

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"Big airlines have gotten about as much blood out of the turnip as they possibly can and now with fuel prices going up 20,30 and 40 percent, that means they're gonna now have to get more money per seat."

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THIS WEEK, CONTINENTAL AIRLINES RAISED SOME ROUND TRIP AIRFARES BY UP TO 40 DOLLARS... AMERICAN DID THE SAME AND NOW DELTA AND SONG SAY THEY TOO WILL RAISE AIR FARES BECAUSE OF RISING FUEL COSTS.

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"I think it's too much, they've been lowering their services, you don't even get peanuts on the trip anymore.")

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EVEN DISCOUNT COST CARRIERS ARE FEELING THE PINCH SOUTHWEST, FOR EXAMPLE, IS CONSIDERING BUMPING FARES UP ....BUT ONLY $2-DOLLARS ON SOME ROUTES. EXPERTS SAY THE BEST ADVICE FOR CONSUMERS -- WATCH FOR FARE WARS

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"Look ahead, there's a lot of competition out there still and the fare you pull up now may be different in an hour, the fare you pull up yesterday may change, so you're kinda playing chicken with air fares."

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SPIRIT AIRLINES AND IT'S LOW COST COMPETITOR - JET BLUE WILL BE KEEPING TICKET PRICES WHERE THEY ARE... HOPING TRAVELERS WILL TURN TO THEM FOR A BETTER DEAL.

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AND WHILE SOME AIR CARRIERS PREDICT THE TICKET HIKES WILL BE TEMPORARY....
MOS - PATRICK CARR/AIR TRAVELER "I wish they could do everything they can to keep it down because its important we be able to travel."
INDUSTRY EXPERTS SAY, FASTEN YOUR SEATBELTS.... THIS RIDE COULD LAST A WHILE. BRIAN ANDREWS, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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After nearly sixty years, there is now a monument on Omaha Beach, commemorating D-Day.
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The metal sculpture entitled "The Brave" has been two years in the making- It's been installed just ahead of the 60th anniversary of the June 6th invasion.
The assault- code-named "overlord" was the largest air, land, and sea operation undertaken. The landing included over 5-thousand ships, 11-thousand airplanes and over 150 thousand servicemen.
The boys from Bedford suffered the single largest loss of any town in America that day- 19 men lost their lives.
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A family in Christiansburg may have a young Edison in the house.
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Fourth grader, Nicolette Mann, was the winner of a national Young Inventors competition sponsored by Craftsman tools.

Mann's "Piano Peddles for Young Beginners," was inspired by her younger brother, who was having trouble reaching the peddles on the family piano. She was surprised at a Sears store with a 5,000 dollar savings bond and three Sears gift cards.
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In September Mann and her family will travel to Chicago where she will meet Bob Villa and have a chance to win another 5,000 dollar savings bond. She plans to use the bonds toward college.
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This year is the centennial of auto racing in Virginia, and tomorrow the Blue Ridge Institute at Ferrum College will open an exhibit on southwest Virginia's love affair with fast cars.
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It's called "Car Crazy," and Joe Dashiell is here with a preview.
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Jean, this may seem like a colorful detour for a museum devoted to Blue Ridge culture, but some could argue that hot rods are as much a part of the region's heritage as the horse drawn wagon.

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((This week, they were hanging the sign, and putting the finishing touches on the most extensive exhibit ever assembled at the Blue Ridge Institute.
And director Roddy Moore was showing off an intake manifold built by the late L.O. Stanley of Meadows of Dan.
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((HE BUILT THIS FOR THE OVAL TRACK RACING, WHEN THE RULEBOOK SAID YOU COULD ONLY HAVE ONE CARBURETOR SHOWING.))
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Car Crazy: Racing and Rodding in Southwest Virginia fills all three galleries at the Ferrum museum. It features hundreds of photos and artifacts and four automobiles, including one that Paul Radford drove to victory during the 60s, and an open wheel racer that may be the oldest in Virginia.
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Researchers have documented more than 40 race tracks and drag strips between Roanoke and the Cumberland Gap. and Moore says the real story deals as much with the men who built the cars as it does with the men who raced them.
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((L.O. STANLEY SAID IT TOOK THREE THINGS TO WIN A RACE, IT TOOK A CAR, A MECHANIC AND A DRIVER, AND YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE ALL THREE IN ANY TYPE OF RACE THAT YOU PARTICIPATE IN.))
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Tonight and tomorrow, we'll visit some of the motorheads who have followed their passion and some who've made it their profession.
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Jean, coming up at six, we'll introduce the owner of a Roanoke body shop who builds award- winning hot rods.

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Up next on the newscast, we'll see why Roanoke's newest ice cream shop is known for its use of mineral assets.
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Ever wanted to invent your own ice cream flavor? Now you can. At Roanoke's newest ice cream parlor, a granite stone is the palette and you are the artist. Brent Watts explains.
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Coming up today in Sports,
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NASCAR asks a former N-B-A superstar to work some of his magic on the Nextel Cup circuit.
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Good afternoon folks. Two days before NASCAR hosts its all-star race - it welcomed a perennial NBA all-star today to the Queen city. NASCAR has done its best to adapt to the times in the past 50 plus years, but when it comes to reaching out to put minorities in the driver's seat - it has failed miserably.
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The late Wendell Scott a Danville native is still the only black to make a positive mark in the sport as a driver. NASCAR has tried to put on a good front - but not since Willy T. Ribbs has a black driver had a lengthy shot in the Cup ranks.
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Today NASCAR called on Magic Johnson to serve as co-chairman for a newly developed Diversity Committee.
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Magic has some big help in the form of former NFL great Reggie White.
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They will try to do what Doctor J and Joe Washington were unable to sustain during their short stint as owners.
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NASCAR claims that 25 percent of its fans today are people of color.

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The Virginia Athletics foundation's summer tour stopped in Martinsville and Salem over the last 10 days.
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UVa atheltic director Craig Littlepage was at the Salem Civic center this week to watch his football and men's basketball coaches raie excitement and support for the university. Littlepage also gave a progress report on a fast growing John Paul Jones Arena
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And don't forget - if you are planning on heading out to the Avalanche-Winston Salem game tonight - you can two for the price of one. The two teams are playing a doubleheader tonight starting at six o'clock. Also, coming up at the top of the hour - Travis Wells will check in with report from the Lowe's Motor Speedway with the look at the changes in store for this weekend's Nextel all-star challenge. Have a great night everybody. [go to break]

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On Wall Street today, investors remain concerned how quickly and how high the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates to combat inflation. As Jean Lee tells us, that makes for a lackluster day for the stock markets.
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People are zooming into the Big apple to see a big selection of hogs.
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Not those kind of hogs.. these kind. and actually all kinds of motorcycles.
It is the 2004 Rockefeller Center Motorcylce Show- with 45 special cycles on display.
The collection includes vintage machines, moderm bikes, customs, scooters and one of a kind concept motorcylces.
40 thousand people are expected to see the exhibit.. it's running through June 6th.
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In this case, being told you look like a million bucks may be an insult.
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That's because the dress these women are trying to slip into has three thousand diamonds, totalling two-thousand carats and worth two-point-five million dollars.
Entertainment Tonight's Maria Menounos made the jeweled dress famous at this year's Oscars.
And it takes a sparkling figure to pull off the size two gown.
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