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Coming up on News 7 at Five - Kobe Bryant's trial date could soon be set. The basketball star is back in court today for more hearings.
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In medical news - Taking a little more pain medicine than directed may ease the pain, but may case more harm than good.
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and some local kids are taking medicine into their own hands at a new camp.
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Plus Radford's paving the way for improved safety for pedestrians and drivers. Stay with us news 7 at five is next. [Open]
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Three U-S Servicemen accused of torturing Iraqi prisoners were in court today-
Defense Attorneys argue they were just following orders.
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((THEY WERE ENCOURAGED TO DO THESE THINGS. THEY WERE CONGRATULATED FOR HOW WELL THEY WERE DOING.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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Pre-trial hearings in the Iraqi prisioner abuse scandal began today, and if defense lawyers have their way, President Bush might be called to take the witness stand.
As Teri Okita reports, there may appear to be order in the courts, but in the streets of Iraq, its a different story.
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(( DEFENSE ATTORNEYS FOR TWO SOLDIERS ACCUSED OF THE MOST SERIOUS CRIMES AGAINST IRAQI PRISONERS NOW HAVE SOME TOOLS TO WORK WITH. AT A PRE-TRIAL HEARING IN BAGHDAD, A JUDGE ALLOWED ATTORNEYS FOR SPECIALIST CHARLES GRANER AND SERGEANT JAVAL DAVIS ACCESS TO INTERVIEW TOP MILITARY OFFICIALS IN IRAQ AND AT U-S CENTRAL COMMAND.
THE JUDGE ALSO ORDERED ABU GHARIB THE PRISON WHERE THE ABUSEALLEGEDLY TOOK PLACE "NOT" BE DESTROYED ... AS PRESIDENT BUSH HAD SUGGESTED. Paul Bergin/Sgt. Davis Attorney: At least talking to the government, it is a crime scene. It has forensic value, as demonstrated by the evidence in this case.
IN HASHING OUT THEIR WITNESS LIST, THE DEFENSE MAY EVEN REQUEST TESTIMONY FROM MR. BUSH AND DEFENSE SECRETARY, DONALD RUMSFELD. THEY SAY BUSH ADMINISTRATION POLICIES REGARDING THE WAR ON TERROR PERMITTED, AND EVEN ENCOURAGED, ABUSIVE INTERROGATION TACTICS. THE HEARINGS COME ON THE HEELS OF THE HANDOVER OF POWER. U-S ADMINISTRATOR, PAUL BREMER, IS WRAPPING UP HIS TIME IN IRAQ WITH FAREWELLS TO THE SOLDIERS.
BUT TERRORISTS ARENT MAKING THE LAST DAYS EASY. THEY'VE THREATENED TO BEHEAD THIS SOUTH KOREAN CONTRACTOR, IF HIS COUNTRY DOESNT REVERSE PLANS TO SEND THREE-THOUSAND COALITION TROOPS TO IRAQ. OTHER INSURGENTS GUNNED DOWN FOUR AMERICAN TROOPS IN RAMADI. Gen. Mark Kimmitt/Coalition Joint Task Force: There was a time when they should have reported in, did not report in. We sent a quick reaction force to their location. Teri Okita/Reporting: U-S officials expect that more attacks will occur in these days leading up to and after the handover. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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The Basketball season is over for Kobe Bryant. Now it's game on in the court of law.
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Today defense lawyers say they've scored a small legal victory with the judge ruling that they can review the accusers AT and T text messaging records.
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((CRAIG SILVERMAN/FORMER DENVER DEPUTY D.A.: WE KNOW THAT THEY CONTAIN INFORMATION PASSED BETWEEN THE ALLEGED VICTIM AND HER EX-BOYFRIEND WITHAN AN HOUR OR SO OF THE ALLEGED ATTACK BY KOBE BRYANT.))
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The records remain sealed and so far the judge has not disclosed whether he'll allow details of the accuser's sexual past into trial evidence.
That decision could come by the end of the hearing.
Meanwhile, victim's advocates have attacked the defense's tactics.
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((CYNTHIA STONE/COLORADO COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT: THE DEFENSE REPOEATEDLY VIOLATED THE SPIRIT OF COLORADO'S RAPE SHIELD LAW AND PUT OUR RUMOR, INNUENDO, AND SPECULATION ABOUT THIS YOUNG WOMAN.))
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Today's pre-trial hearing is focusing on how a jury will determine if Bryant is guilty of rape.
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Urban Renewal is not a good thing... That's the word from author and researcher Dr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove.
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Dr. Fullilove spoke to the Roanoke City Council today during council's bi-monthly meeting. Fullilove is the author of "Root Shock: How Tearing Up city Neighborhoods Hurts America, and What We Can Do About It."
The book focuses on the urban renewal of three-cities - including Roanoke. Her research found renewal which is suppose to help areas, in fact wipes out certain communities.
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((DR. MINDY THOMPSON FULLILOVE, PSYCHIATRIST: URBAN RENEWAL CREATES NEW BUILDINGS. YOU MIGHT THINK 'WOW, NEW PRETTY BUILDINGS' AND FEEL POSITIVE ABOUT THEM. BUT IT DOESN'T BUY DESTROYING OLD THINGS AND WHEN OLD THINGS ARE PEOPLE'S NEIGHBORHOODS, IT CREATES AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF HARM FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE.))
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[take book 112ess] Dr. Fullilove will be at Cantos Bookstore in downtown Roanoke tonight at seven to read portions of her book. Areas like Gainsboro and Northeast were used as examples of this phenomenon.
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Governor Mark Warner administered an economic shot in the arm today to central and Southwest Virginia.
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Warner announced today the designation of five Virginia Enterprise Zones, including the cities of Roanoke, Lynchburg and Danville.
The zones, which encompass much of the downtown areas in those cities, offer economic incentives to new and existing businesses.
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((JERRY GWALTNEY/LYNCHBURG CITY MANAGER: BUT IT MEANS A LOT TO US PARTICULARLY AS WE REVITALIZE THE DOWNTOWN AND AS WE CONTINUE TO RECRUIT OUR INDUSTRY. IT'S BEEN A HELPFUL TOOL IN THE PAST AND THERE'S NO DOUBT IT WILL BE IN THE FUTURE.))

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Enterprise Zones were first created in 1982 to stimulate development in depressed areas of the state.
In just the last ten years, they've helped create more than 23-thousand new jobs.
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Summertime construction is slowing up traffic along a main road in Radford.
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Work began last month to reconstruct Tyler Avenue. The road is right next to the Radford University Campus and is almost always congested by cars and pedestrians. Because of safety concerns and the age of the road, the city is widening Tyler, building new crosswalks and sidewalks, fixing the drainage and even adding bike lanes. Local business owners call the work an inconvenience, but say it was also very needed.
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((KEN DAY: I'LL BE VERY HAPPY WHEN THEY'RE ON THE NEXT BLOCK AND TAKE ALL THE ORANGE CONES UP THERE, BUT THEY'VE GOT OUT SIDEWALK IN. THEY SAID THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE IT PAVED BY THE END OF THE WEEK. AND I THINK THEY'RE TRYING TO WORK AS HARD AS THEY CAN AND GET IT DONE AS QUICKLY AS THEY CAN TO MAKE IT WORK FOR US. ))
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City engineers say the project will take two summers to complete. They hope to finish up about three blocks of the work before students return this fall.
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Coming up - Pain relievers may be real killers for people who abuse the doage.
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and medicine is on the minds of several kids taking part in a new health camp. We'll take a look in today's health check.
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In health check tonight,
The highlight of summer camp is not a swim in the pool -- For some local kids it's performing root canals and dissecting cow eyes.
It's all part of the new health careers camp offered by the Science Museum of Western Virginia.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details. Joy this sounds interesting -- what's the camp about?.
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Jean,
It's designed to give students a chance to experience different careers in the medical field.
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And this morning -- it was all about dentistry.
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She's only 10 years old but Anna Clark has already done her first filling. Now she's thinking about a career in the dental field.
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((I'M NOT REALLY SURE ABOUT PUTTING MY HANDS IN THE PERSON'S MOUTH, BUT OTHER THAN THAT IT REALLY SOUNDS LIKE A LOT OF FUN)) [RUNS08]
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This health career camp is all about hands-on-experience. These students are actually working will real teeth -- and not all of them are human.
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((IF I EVER WANT TO BECOME A VET USING THE DOGS MOUTH IS A GREAT EXPERIENCE AND IT MIGHT HELP ME LATER ON IN LIFE)) [RUNS08]
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((THIS VERY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR CHILDREN IN GRADES 4 TO 7 TO HAVE THIS HANDS ON CAMP TO JUST DABBLE INTO SOME HEALTH CAREERS AND I THINK IF WE CAN GET CHILDREN EXCITED AT EARLY AGE WE MIGHT JUST RECRUIT SOME FUTURE HEALTH CARE WORKERS )) [RUNS13]
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And for the dental assistants working with these students -- it's a chance to shed a new light on their profession.
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(( I FEEL LIKE IT'S IMPORTANT FOR ONE WHEN THE GO FOR DENTAL WORK THEY WON'T BE AS NERVOUS AND TWO IT WILL GIVE THEM GOALS.. WHAT THEY WANT TO DO WHEN THEY GROW UP THAT IT CAN ACTUALLY BE FUN AND NOT SCARY)) [RUNS19]
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This is the first time the Science Museum has offered this type of camp -- and after the first day -- it's already getting a crown.
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For more information on this any other camp at the Science Museum you can call 540 -857-4381.
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[wipe to webaddress fs - E522] You can also find a link to their web page on our web site.
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Jean,

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Whether it's for arthritis, or just a headache, millions of us take pain killers everyday - many people even take a little more than the bottle suggests - with dangerous side effects.
In fact, a new survey finds it leads to more than One hundred thousand hospitalizations every year.
Dr Sean Kenniff explains.

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(((New York, NY) AS A FORMER EMERGENCY ROOM NURSE PATTY HOWARD HAS SEEN HER SHARE OF PEOPLE WHO MIS-USE COMMON OVER THE COUNTER PAIN RELIEVERS.

SOT-Patty Howard, RN/President, Emergency Nurses Association)

"if a little bit is good they think a little more will give them better pain relief." :04
BUT THE PROBLEM REALLY HIT HOME WHEN A FRIEND AND FELLOW NURSE ACTUALLY DIED FROM YEARS OF TAKING TOO MANY OF THE PILLS FOR CHRONIC PAIN.

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"she tried to manage her own pain, didn't talk to her healthcare professional and ended up with a very bad outcome." :06

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL)

AND THE PROBLEM IS MORE COMMON THAN YOU MAY THINK. A NEW STUDY FOUND 1 OUT OF 2 PEOPLE MISUSE COMMON PAINRELIEVERS.... LEADING TO THOUSANDS OF DEATHS AND OVER 1-HUNDRED-THOUSAND HOSPITALIZATIONS EVERY YEAR.

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IN THE NATIONWIDE SURVEY 74 PERCENT USED AN OVER THE COUNTER PAIN RELIEVER IN THE PAST WEEK. 59 PERCENT ADMITTED TO TAKING MORE PILLS PER DOSE THAN THE BOTTLE RECOMMENDS. AND 49 PERCENT TOOK PILLS MORE OFTEN THAN THE LABELS PRESCRIBES.

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Physicians) "these are drugs that patients as they purchase them over the counter often time just don't know that a few years ago they were prescription medications." :07
DOCTOR J BRIAN HANCOCK... PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS... .... SAYS MANY OF THESE DRUGS CAN LEAD TO SERIOUS PROBLEMS IF NOT TAKEN CORRECTLY.

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"as the stomach lining is eroded than the arteries in the wall of the stomach then become exposed and break open." :08
AND THAT CAN LEAD TO A DEADLY AMOUNT OF BLOOD LOSS.... WHICH IS WHAT HAPPENED TO PATTY'S FRIEND. AS PRESIDENT OF THE EMERGENCY NURSES ASSOCIATON SHE IS NOW TRYING TO GET THE MESSAGE OUT.

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"these drugs when taken appropriately are safe but they need to know to talk to their healthcare professional :05 to follow the manufacturers recommendations, to read the label :09
HOPING TO SAVE THOUSANDS FROM THE SAME FATE AS HER FRIEND. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.) [tease next]

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Coming up - Brent has a look at your work-week forecast
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[VO] and later, the first privately built spaceship made history today - blasting into space, and possibly breaking the barrier for space travel.
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Coming up, We'll check in with the Roanoke Valley Horse Show
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and also see a unique, edible treat is up for bids later this week at the Roy Stanley Memorial auction. Mike Stevens will see what's cooking with that in sports.
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Good afternoon. The Roanoke Valley Horse Show got underway today in Salem. Steve Mason says the event means big money.


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((For a non profit organization, this horse show sure generates a ton of money, over 13 million bucks pours into Roanoke Valley businesses. ((JUNE CAMPER/RVHS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:))
A new ring has been added this year which accommodates 50 more classes to an ever growing event that will display a thousand horses and riders from Monday to Saturday.)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))




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The much-anticipated Roy Stanley Memorial celebrity golf tournament is coming up this Friday at Hanging Rock in Salem.
The highlight for many sports fans and friends of Roy is the auction that takes place at seven o'clock under the big tent at Hanging Rock.
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Besides all of the sports memorabilia and entertainment items that will be up for grabs - the most unique item of all is being donated by Kroger's Jim Heninger. The meat manager for the South County Kroger, and the official cook for the tournament, is offering anyone in the Roanoke Valley a chance to bid for his services. If you win - he will come to your house or business and prepare a full blown bar-b-que for 100 people free of charge.

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And the tournament and autograph session that takes place before the auction has picked up two more of the 50 greatest Redskins' of all-time. Both Pat Fischer and Ron McDole will be on hand Friday at Hanging Rock for the tournament.
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[GO TO ROY'S WEB PAGE] The tournament begins Friday at one, the autograph session runs from 6pm to 7pm and the auction opens up at 7pm. There will be a silent auction this year with a number of items, and then the 25 top items will be in the LIVE auction. Remember - all proceeds benefit the Roy Stanley Memorial scholarship fund - that in just over two years has raised more than $30 thousand dollars.
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Much more for you at the top of the hour. Don't forget the Carolina League takes tonight off as it catches its breath before the start of the second half tomorrow night. Have safe evening everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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Wall Street has started the summer with a minor sell-off. Alexis Christoforous has more in today's Marketwatch.

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The radar confirms it - history has been made.
For the first privately financed manned spaceflight, it's "mission accomplished".
Jennifer Donelan was there as it happened and has more from the Majove desert in California.
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((WHEN THE FIRST PRIVATELY FUNDED MANNED SPACECRAFT SAFELY RETURNED TO EARTH, MISSION CONTROL RADIOED THE PILOT AND SAID "MIKE, YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL."
Nats cheering
MIKE MELVILLE, THE WORLD'S NEWEST ASTRONAUT, CLIMBED OUT OF SPACESHIP-ONE AND WAS EMBRACED BY THE MEN WHO HELPED HIM MAKE HISTORY.
Quick Sot - Micheal Melville "A mind blowing experience it really was."
Standup bridge Jennifer Donelan The flight means the final frontier is now open to private enterprise. Space tourism could be a reality within a decadethanks to what happened on this steamy tarmac at 6:45 am in the morning.
STRAPPED TO THE BELLY OF A CARRIER AIRPLANE THE MANNED ROCKET WAS LIFTED 50,000 FEET INTO THE SKY FOR AN AIRBORNE LAUNCH.

Nats (People looking up) "OOHS AND AHHS..THEY DID IT!"
AFTER THE ROCKET BLASTED OUT OF THE EARTHS ATMOSPHERE- IT WAS UNCLEAR IF THE 62 MILE TARGET HAD BEEN REACHED.

Nats (people looking up.) concerned voices.
SEVERAL LONG MINTUES LATERTHE ANNOUCEMENT WAS MADESPACESHIP-ONE HAD MADE HISTORY AND HAD TRAVELED 62.21 MILES INTO SPACE. THE VIEW FROM ABOVE

SOT: Mike Melville/Pilot/Astronaut

Its almost a religious experience.
PROJECT CREATORS, BURT RUTAN, LEGENDARY AVIATOR AND PAUL ALLEN, CO-FOUNDER OF MICROSOFT COULDNT BE HAPPIER.
Sot/Burt Rutan/Project Creator Cant tell you how pleased I am we put a ship into space.
THE QUEST TO MAKE SPACE TRAVEL COMMERCIAL AND AN AFFORDABLE ADVENTURE TO ALL JUST TOOK A GIANT LEAP. JDO, CBS NEWS, MOJAVE, CALI))



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Corruption allegations force one governor to resign.
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And thousands of riders saddle up for the Roanoke Valley Horse Show.
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[Closing Animation] The story at Eleven.