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The pledge will continue to stand, just as it is.
We'll tell you how one man's quest to take "God" out of the pledge of the allegiance has failed.
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And, a bloody weekend in Iraq... we'll have the latest.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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For now at least, millions of school children can continue to start their day with the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Good afternoon, I'm Susan Bahorich filling in for Kimberly McBroom

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The Supreme Court has ruled on the controversial issue, but it may not be the last we hear about the case.
As Teri Okita reports it all started when a divorced father claimed the phrase, "One Nation Under God" fails to separate Church and State.
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((THE SUPREME COURT HAS PRESERVED THE PHRASE ONE NATION, UNDER GOD FOR THE NATIONS PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
BUT THE RULING WASNT AS CUT AND DRY AS SOME WOULD LIKE.
THE JUSTICES NEVER ADDRESSED THE REAL CRUX OF THE CONTROVERSIAL CASE WHICH WAS BROUGHT TO THE COURTS BY A DIVORCED CALIFORNIA ATHEIST WHO SAID HIS DAUGHTER SHOULDNT BE SUBJECTED TO THE WORDS ONE NATION, UNDER GOD IN THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.
TRACK: INSTEAD OF RULING WHETHER IT WAS UNCONSTITUTIONAL TO MIX CHURCH AND STATE, THE COURT MADE A PROCEDURAL RULING SAYING THAT THE FATHER, MICHAEL NEWDOW, LACKED THE LEGAL AUTHORITY TO SUE ON BEHALF OF HIS NINE-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER BECAUSE HES NOT THE CUSTODIAL PARENT.
THE CHILDS MOTHER WHO IS THE LEGAL GUARDIAN DISAGREES WITH NEWDOW AND HAS NO PROBLEM WITH HER DAUGHTER RECITING THE PLEDGE, AS IS.
TRACK: IN LEGAL FILINGS, THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION ARGUED THAT THE REFERENCE TO GOD IS MORE ABOUT CEREMONY AND HISTORY THAN ABOUT RELIGION AND DOESN'T IMPOSE ANY STATE-SPONSORED RELIGION.

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STANDUP: The words under God werent always included. It was 50-years ago TODAY that President Eisenhower signed a law, inserting the words into the pledge. And for now, it appears, the pledge of allegiance will stand, as is. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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A plane crash killed two people in Greenbrier County West Virginia yesterday.
Officials say the plane took off from Summersville Airport around 8:15 yesterday morning en route to Lewisburg.
When it did not arrive on time, the Lewisburg Airport contacted State Police.
The identites of the victims have not been released.
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A man from Martinsville was killed over the weekend in an accident on Interstate 81 near Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Police say 36 year old Mark Hubbard died after tractor trailer veered into the southbound lane and hit the truck Hubbard was driving.
Both trucks exploded on impact.
The driver of the other truck was 29 year old Alexander Springer of Norfolk, Connecticut.

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An American is among the dead after a car-bomb went off in Baghdad today, leaving at least 12 dead and dozens injured.
General Electric says the fatalities include several of their employees. Charlie D'Agata (DAG-gi-gah) reports.

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((Sirens wailed....and flames shot through twisted metal ...at the scene of another deadly car bombing in baghdad. The attack shook the capital during morning rush hour -- killing five foreign contractors, including one American. The workers were in Iraq, to help rebuild the country's power plants.
((IYAD ALLAWI/INTERIM PRIME MINISTER: WE DEPLORE THIS TERRORIST ACT AND VOW TO GET THE CRIMINALS TO JUSTICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE))
At least a dozen people were killed in the powerful blast that tore apart vehicles, and leveled nearby shops and homes. one elderly Iraqi man, still in his bloodsoaked night clothes, was carried from the rubble.
((CHARLIE D'AGATA, REPORTING: THE TARGET OF THE ATTACK MAY HAVE BEEN WESTERNERS... BUT TO SET OFF SUCH A POWERFUL EXPLOSION ON ONE OF BAGHDAD'S BUSIEST STREETS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE MORNING RUSH HOUR IS GRAPHIC EVIDENCE THAT THE ATTACKERS DON'T ONLY WANT TO KILL ANYBODY WORKING WITH THE COALITION, THEY'RE HOPING TO GENERATE ANTI-AMERICAN HATRED IN THE PROCESS.))

(more nats...anger)


And judging by what happened right after...the bombing - it's working... a group of iraqi's danced around a charred body, chanting 'down with the usa.'

(nats...good to meet you.. LOCATOR: FALLUJA, IRAQ)


Looking to find calm where they can..... the commander of U.S. marines met with community leaders in the flashpoint ...town of Fallujah. American forces are hoping to maintain calm, after weeks of fierce fighting...
((MAJOR GENERAL JAMES MATTIS: I KNOW SOME OF YOU DO NOT TRUST ME, WE HAVE BEEN THROUGH HARD TIMES BY PEOPLE WHO I THINK DID NOT HAVE THE RIGHT MOTIVATION, BUT I INTEND TO EARN YOUR TRUST IN THE DAYS AHEAD.))

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Iraqi security forces haven't done as much as was hoped to bring peace to the rebellious city. now u-s soldiers and that iraqi brigade .. have made their first joint patrol through the streets. one sign of unity, in a country filled with division. charlie d' agata, cbs news, baghdad.))
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Coming up next on the newscast, gas prices continue to decline.
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Also prosecutors plan to put police officers on the stand as the Scott Peterson trial resumes in California.
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It is costing less to fill up your gas tank.
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Prices at the pump have dropped for the first time this year, thanks to a boost in gasoline production and a dip in oil prices. Price for all three grades of gasoline has fallen six and a-half cents to two dollars four cents per gallon. Prices have risen more than 59 cents since mid-December. The average price on May 21st, was just more than two-dollars-ten-cents a gallon.
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The Scott Peterson murder trial heads into its third week today. Police investigators are expected to take the stand for the prosecution. It's been a trial that pits Peterson's family against the family of his murdered wife. John Blackstone reports.
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(( At Scott Peterson's double murder trial two families, once joined by marriage, now go to opposite sides of the courtroom.
As Scott Peterson's parents show up daily to support their son, the family of his murdered wife Laci, has been playing a crucial role for the prosecution.
To make the case that Scott acted strangely for a husband whose wife was missing prosecutors called a succession of Laci's family members including her mother and brother.
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Scott's family regularly declares they're going to win

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...and some believe the Petersons have looked too confident inside the courtroom.
((MICHAEL CARDOZA, FORMER ASST. DA: DON'T SHOW THIS JURY THAT YOU ARE TAKING THAT LIGHTLY. //THIS IS DEADLY SERIOUS BUSINESS AND YOU BETTER ACT APPROPRIATELY.))
Perhaps the most damaging evidence so far came from Harry Kemple, part of Laci's extended family, when he testified that Scott seemed more upset about burning barbequed chicken than about losing Laci.
((HARRY KEMPLE, LACI PETERSON RELATIVE: THAT'S A FACT. ITS TRUE. THE MAN WAS UPSET ABOUT HIS BURNT CHICKEN THAN EVEN THINKIN' ABOUT FINDING HIS WIFE.))
Clearly stung the Petersons came back with a punch line of their own.
((LEE PETERSON, DEFENDENT'S FATHER: HARRY'S BEEN TAKING IN TOO MANY FUMES FROM THE BBQ))
The week ahead will begin with more testimony from Modesto police officers who the defense suggests ignored any evidence that didn't lead to Scott. Jb cbs news sf))

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The University of Virginia has a strong start with its fundraising campaign.
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U-V-A hopes to raise three BILLION dollars in donations in the next six and a half years. The university is off to a fast start, with four potential 100-million dollar donors. Some 12-hundred people have been identified for gifts of one to five million dollars.
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Women were getting up to speed at Southside's Virginia International Raceway this weekend.
The track made history yesterday with an all females race.
Jennifer Wishon has more.
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The Virginia International Raceway first opened it's doors in 1957 and hosts a wide range of events with everything from vintage sports cars to motorcycles. But until Sunday the words "Ladies start your engines" had never been uttered at the track.
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Allen has been racing cars for a decade and organized the Gold Cup Historic Race Weekend which featured Sunday's all women race. ((QUICK NATS OF RACE))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: IT WASN'T THAT LONG AGO THAT WOMEN WEREN'T ALLOWED HERE IN THE PADDOCKS AREA OR IN THE PIT. PEOPLE LIKE DENISE MCCLUGGAGE HELPED PAVE THE WAY FOR FEMALE JOURNALISTS AND DRIVERS TO FOLLOW.))
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In the 1950's a young Denise McCluggage started out in the sports department of the New York Herald Tribune. As one of the country's first female sportswriters she covered skiing and auto- racing then in its infancy.
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((DENISE MCCLUGGAGE: IT WAS JUST A REALLY TERRIFIC JOB BECAUSE I DID WHAT I LIKE TO DO AND I HAD A GREAT DEAL OF FREEDOM.))
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She developed a reputation of doing what she reported on and soon became a well- known race car driver. She even raced against the likes of Stirling Moss and Dan Gurney, but as a writer she was considered an outsider.
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((DENISE MCCLUGGAGE: I MEAN I HAD TO INTERVIEW THE DRIVERS THROUGH THE CHAIN LENGTH FENCE... THEY WON'T LET ME IN THERE, YOU COME HERE.))
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Contemporary drivers are grateful for women like McCluggage who've made their drive a little smoother, but say the race for women on the track is a long way from the checkered flag.
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((JULIE ALLEN: IT'S STILL GOT A LONG WAY TO GO. THERE'S NOT A LOT OF LADY DRIVERS... IT'S STILL HARD TO BREAK INTO THE PROFESSIONAL STUFF.))
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((QUICK NATS OF THE RACE)) In the late '50's McCluggage founded "Competition Press" which eventually evolved into "Auto Week." She's now senior contributing editor to the weekly magazine. The world of racing has evolved into something she no longer recognizes from her days at the Herald Tribune, but McCluggage says she still watches one every chance she gets. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Halifax County.))
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Coming up next on the newscast, Steve will have the detailed forecast...
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also we'll tell you why the Clintons are having a "picture perfect" day at the White House.
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Three days after America bid farewell to its 40th president, a portrait of its 42nd is unveiled at the White House.
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The oil painting shows President Clinton in the Oval Office, with an American flag behind him. It's by Simmie Knox, a former sharecropper and the first African-American to have painted an official portrait for the presidential mansion. In the same ceremony, Knox's portrait of former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton was also unveiled. Knox is well known for his portraits of celebrities such as baseball's Hank Aaron and comedian Bill Cosby.
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Another former President is taking the plunge to celebrate his birthday.
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To commemorate his 80th birthday Former President George Bush went skydiving yesterday. Officials decided the 41st president should jump in tandem with a member of an Army parachute team due to the weather conditions. The former president jumped from 13-thousand feet over his presidential library in College Station, Texas. The jump is a reprise of a stunt he made when he turned 75.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 78 points. The NASDAQ has lost 29 .

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Up next in sports, the Pistons take a 3 game lead in the NBA finals.
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And Jimmie Johnson wins the Pocono 500 after a wacky race with a lot of cautions.
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The Detroit Pistons are on the brink of winning their first N-B-A championship since back to back wins in 1989 and 1990.
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The Pistons used their defense to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 88 to 80 and take a 3 to 1 lead in the finals. Rasheed Wallace led the Pistons with 26 points and 13 rebounds. Ben Wallace scored eight points while point guard Chauncey Billups added 23. The Lakers couldn't stop Detroits defense despite a valiant performance by Shaquille O'Neal. He finished the game with 36 points. Kobe Bryant finished the game with 20 points but made just 8 of 25 shots. No team has ever come back from a 3 to 1 deficit to win the N-B-A title. Game five is scheduled for tomorrow night at the Palace. The Lakers need to win that game to send the series back to L-A for the final two games.
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Matt Man-kin captured the most prestigious golf title in Roanoke at Hidden Valley Country Club, where he won the Hall of Fame for the first time.
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Blue Hills won the overall team title on the men's side.
And 13 year old Meredith Swanson captured the ladies title, making birdie on the third hole of a sudden death playoff to beat the Valley's golf queen Dot Bolling. She's the youngest player to win the event in its 26 year history.
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Jimmie Johnson won the Pocono 500 yesterday, bouncing back from a bad day at Dover last week. But Johnson almost had the win yanked out from under him after a pit road official opened the pits a lap early midway thru the race. Some cars pitted, but Johnson did not until later, costing him track position. The 48 team overcame the adversity for its 3rd win this year.
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During the race Brendan Gaughan (gone) blows up and then later, last week's winner Mark Martin does the same.
With just 34 laps to go to the finish, Rusty Wallace and Michael Waltrip tangled and both drivers ended up in the wall. Mikey finished 33rd and Rusty 32nd.
Matt Kenseth and Kevin Harvick got together late in the race as Dale Jarrett and Jeff Burton blew engines. That brought out the day's 10th caution. Kenseth and Harvick were just getting started though. Both spent an hour in the Nascar trailer for timeout following the race.
Johnson kept his nose clean and won the race under the yellow--his 9th career victory..
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This past week, former UVA assistant Scott Shepherd was named as new head basketball coach at Ferrum. Shepherd is anxious to get started after helping the Panthers to two league titles as an assistant in the early 90's.
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An interesting mix of musicians is coming to the Theater at Lime Kiln near Lexington this summer. The Mutual Admiration Society will play on August 17th, featuring the band Nickel Creek, Glen Phillips, the former frontman of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Pete Thomas the drummer for Elvis Costello, and John Paul Jones, the bassist for Led Zeppelin. The concert was booked just last week, and theater officials say they are ecstatic about the high-calibre show.
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((JOHN HEALEY/LIME KILN ARTISTIC DIRECTOR; WE'RE ONE OF 6 DATES ON THE EAST COAST THAT THEY SELECTED TO COME. NICKEL CREEK THEMSELVES USUALLY PLAY IN 2000 SEAT VENUES. WE'LL BE UP IN THE BOWL, 700 PEOPLE. WE'LL BE LUCKY ENOUGH TO SEE THEM AS CLOSE AND PERSONAL AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN SEE THEM.))
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