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Today on News 7 at 5, we hear some of tapes taken from the planes hijacked on September 11th.
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Also a teenager in Grayson County is accused of severely injuring a one month old baby.
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State Health officials are concerned about the number of tuberculosis cases they are seeing.
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Two Radford University professors invent a device that could help diagnose more cases of inner ear disease.
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Plus fans and celebrities alike gather in Los Angeles to say goodbye to singer Ray Charles. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Radio transmissions on 9-11 are released today at the 9-11 commission hearing.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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For the first time today, we hear audiotapes of some of the hijackers in the minutes before the planes crashed.
It was on this, the last day of public hearings called by the 9-11 commission.
Teri Okita has more from Washington.
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(((( THE FINAL MOMENTS OF AMERICAN AIRLINES, FLIGHT 11 WERE CHILLINGLY RECOUNTED BY THE HIJACKER HIMSELF.
TAPE: Hijacker Nobody move, please. We are going back to the airport. Don't try to make any stupid moves IN AN AUDIOTAPE PLAYED AT THE LAST 9-11 COMMISSION HEARING, ALLEGED RINGLEADER, MOHAMMED ATTA, TOLD PASSENGERS THEYD ENDANGER THEMSELVES AND THE AIRPLANE, IF THEY TRIED ANYTHING. MOMENTS LATER, THE PLANE CRASHED INTO THE WORLD TRADE CENTERS NORTH TOWER. THEN, ANOTHER AUDIOTAPED TRANSMISSION THIS TIME, OF A HIJACKER ABOARD UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT 93 THAT WENT DOWN IN PENNSYLVANIA.
graphic: Hijacker: Hi, this is the Captain. There is a bomb on board. THE COMMISSIONS REPORT DETAILS A SERIES OF MISSTEPS, MISCOMMUNICATION, AND CONFUSION BETWEEN CIVILIAN AND MILITARY AVIATION OFFICIALS THAT LED TO DELAYS IN SENDING FIGHTER JETS TO INTERCEPT THE HIJACKED PLANES. graphic: Manager NY Center : We have several situations going on here. Its escalating big, big time. We need to get the military involved with us. VICE-PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY ORDERED THE PLANES BE SHOT DOWN AND EVEN MISTAKENLY THOUGHT TWO HAD BEEN BUT THE FIGHTER PILOTS WERE GIVEN MIXED MESSAGES. John Farmer/9-11 Commission Staff: In short, while leaders in Washington believed the fighters circling above them had been instructed to take out hostile aircraft, the only orders actually conveyed to the Langley pilots were to ID type and tail. Teri Okita/Reporting: Aviation officials thought they had appropriate emergency plans in place ones that had been practiced for some 20-years. But the commission says those plans were created for a more a more "traditional" hijacking; rather than "suicide" hijackings. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.)) ))

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A car bomb explosion today north of the Iraqi capital.
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Six paramilitary civil defense guards are dead and four are hurt.
The bomb exploded outside of city council offices- in a town north of Baghdad.
The attack came just hours after a suicide bomber blew up a four wheel drive care at an army recruiting base in Baghdad, killing 35 people.
Insurgents thought to be loyal to Saddam Hussein have stepped up attacks to try and sabotoge U-S led plans to give way to Iraqi rule June 30th.
Iraq's new defense minister has promised a military crackdown on insurgents.
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A Grayson County teen is facing child abuse charges. Twin County Medical Center called police tuesday night to report a less than one month old boy with severe head trauma. A 17 year old male has been arrested and charged with felony child abuse. Investigators won't release the teen's name, but they do say he IS related to the infant. The baby was transported to Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and is said to be slowly improving. The investigation is still underway and more charges could be coming.

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Health officials are calling the state's tuberculosis rate an urgent public health situation.
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This week a 52-year old woman in Chesapeake died from the disease.
Health officials say the state's T-B rate declined for a number of years but has now leveled off.
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Health officials say the state usually sees over three-hundred cases of tuberculosis each year.
But they say Virginia's growing immigrant population is adding to the number of cases.
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Symptoms of tuberculosis include fever, night sweats and unexplained weight loss.

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An old New River Valley business is getting a modern day update. We'll have the details after the break.
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Also music lovers from around the country gather in Los Angeles to say goodye to an entertainment legend.
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Fans are saying a final goodbye today to the man who was a master of blues, jazz and gospel... Ray Charles.
Jennifer Donelan has more from Los Angeles.
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((THE ROOM FIT FOR A MUSICAL LEGEND OF ROYAL PROPORTION. RAY CHARLES BODY LAY INSIDE A CLOSED CASKET, ONLY TO BE OPENED FOR HIS FANS AND NOT FOR THE CAMERAS. THE RED CARPET, THE FLOWERS, THE LARGER THAN LIFE PICTURESALL SET UP FOR THE PUBLIC WHO WATCHED THE TWELVE TIME GRAMMY WINNER MESMERIZE CROWDS WITH THAT VOICE.
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BOB MOORE SOLD RAY CHARLES MUSIC FROM HIS NEWSPAPER STAND FOR YEARS. HE WAS THE FIRST IN THE LINE TO PAY HIS RESPECTS.
Sot : Bob Moore/Fan I just loved his style, and that America America song.

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Standup - Jennifer Donelan "America has been in mourning since last Thursday when Ray Charles died of acute liver disease at his home surrounded by family and friends. He was 73."
HE WAS BORN POOR, BLINDED BY GLAUCOMA AT THE AGE OF 7 AND WAS A ORPHANED AT 15.
File/ Sot: Ray Charles If we have the will and the drive, we can pretty much make ourselves become whatever.
IN 57 YEARS, RAY CHARLES MADE OF HIMSELF A MASTER OF BLUES, JAZZ, GOSPEL, AND COUNTRY WESTERNAND HE INVENTED A MUSICAL GENRESOUL MUSIC.
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CHARLES WILL BE LAID TO REST AFTER AN INVITATION-ONLY FUNERAL ON FRIDAY. ON THIS DAY THE DOORS ARE OPEN TO ALL AND MAYBE, JUST MAYBE, RAY CHARLES CAN NOW FINALLY "SEE" THE FANS WHO LOVED HIM FOR DECADES. JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES))

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Two Radford University Professors have turned a device normally used to play movies into a piece of medical equipment.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us they're using it to help diagnose middle ear disease. Joy what led them to develop this device?
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Jean,
They needed a portable system --that they could take to other countries to conduct hearing screenings.
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It was all part of Operation Smile -- a medical mission to gather information on middle ear disease in children with cleft lips or palates.
The inventors hope it will aid doctors as well.
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With middle ear disease, early diagnosis is critical.
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This device not only acts as a monitor to view the inside the ear, it also records images that can be sent through the internet.
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The professors have no plans to market their device --they just what doctors to know how they can make their own as well.
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Jean, the professors say the device could also be very beneficial for dental procedures as well.

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The Lyric theater in Blacksburg is getting an upgrade.
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Crews will be updating the stage lighting for live performances. In the past, the theater had to rent lighting equipment for its shows. There will also be some upgrades to the movie theater screen.
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The renovations will cost about 70-thousand dollars most of which will be paid for from community donations and grants. The theater will be closed for one week... from Friday June 25th to Friday July 2nd. This is phase two of a major renovation. Last October the theater received new sound equipment.
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Up next on the newscast, this week's Growin' It proves plants are more than just a centerpiece.
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Vaughn Furniture says it will lay off more than 100 people at its plants in Stuart and Galax.
Company president Bill Vaughn says the layoffs are a result of continued pressure from imports. He says 13 people will be laid off at the company's plant in Stuart and 90 more will be let go at the company's plant in Galax.
Vaughn also says the company will be applying for trade act benefits for those laid off. Most of the employees were hourly workers.

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Plants are nice to look at, but they can also provide a room with cleaner air. Brent Watts explains in this week's Growin' It.
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Coming up today in Sports, a local pitching prospect begins his professional career close to home.
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Then a little later, we'll see three little kittens who almost lost their lives to a car compacter.
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Good afternoon everybody, your Thursday ticker means the first round of the 104th US Open.
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Jay Haas and Shigeki Maruyama (shih-GEH'-kee mah-roo-YAH'-mah) remain atop the leader board, where they have been through most of the afternoon, at the U-S Open on Long Island. Haas and Maruyama each shot a 4-under-par 66 today and, so far, no one has been able to catch them.
Tiger Woods finsihed with a first round two over 72.
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The Salem Avalanche heads into tonight's game against Myrtle beach having eliminated the Pelicans from the first half playoff race.
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The Avs have beaten Myrlte Beach every time out at Salem Memorial, impressive considering the pelicans lead the league in team pitching with a 3.17 ERA. Mark Saccamono, who today was named to the Carolina League all star team, says figuring out the Pelicans staff is a science.
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Chicago White Sox draftee Tyler Lumsden is headed to Winston-Salem to join his new teammates in the Carolina League.
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Lumsden packed up his Cadillac this morning and headed South where he will join the Warthogs for tonight's game against Frederick.
T-Lum is anxious to get started with the high class A-Club, after going 5 and 4 with 88 strikeouts this past season at Clemson.
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The third annual Shannon Taylor football and cheerleading camp gets underway tomorrow.
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The camp will be held at Patrick Henry High school and runs from around 9 am until 4pm. Several NFL stars wil be on hand including Lee Suggs, John St. Clair and Jamie Sharper.
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Taylor is referring to UVa tight end Heath Miller and running back Wali Lundy as two of the current Wahoos that will attend the camp.
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The Detroit Pistons celebrated their NBA title today with a parade for their fans.
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They were dancing in the streets of downtown Detroit this afternoon, as Ben Wallace, and the rest of the "Bad Boys II" delighted the crowd by taking a spare souvenir T-shirt and polishing the NBA championship trophy with exaggerated strokes. He also hoisted the trophy over his head for all the fans to see.
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That's it for the ticker. Coming up at 6 we'll meet some college all-stars who will play the U.S. Olympic Softball team tomorrow at Moyer Sports Complex.

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On Wall Street today, a pair of economic reports had little impact on the stock markets today.
But as Alexis Christoforous tells us a profit warning shook up the NASDAQ.
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Three kittens in California are safe and sound after a escaping from a car crusher.
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Eric Witzke spends his days crushing cars. But recently he was surprised to see three little kittens appear from the inside of a flattened car.
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One of the three survivors was adopted and the other two, named Milo and Lila, are in the care of the humane society.

Humane Society officials say this is the time of year when they will receive stray kittens by the truckload, and they encourage everyone to get their cats spayed or neutered.
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