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Coming up on News 7 at Five, More than 300 jobs are being cut at Dan River. We'll have a live report.
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Fincastle wants a larger kingdom with an eclectic mix of old and new. We'll take a look at the plan.
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and, President Clinton's "Life" is for sale. His book hit shelves this morning with reviews as mixed as political opinions.
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Plus the ACLU joins in the nudist camp controversy.
Stay with us - News 7 at Five starts now. [Open]
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A South Korean man has been beheaded by his captors in Iraq. U-S troops found his body today. President Bush condemned the act.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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President Bush says the U-S will not give in to the demands of terrorists.
South Korea apparently feels the same way. It says it will still deploy 3-thousand more troops to Iraq-
Teri Okita has more on this latest killing from Washington.
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(( AL QAEDA LINKED MILITANTS MADE GOOD ON THEIR THREATS AND KILLED SOUTH KOREAN BUSINESSMAN, KIM SUN-IL SEEN HERE, BLINDFOLDED, IN AN ORANGE JUMPSUIT .
TRACK: THE 33-YEAR-OLD WORKED FOR A SOUTH KOREAN SUPPLIER THAT DOES BUSINESS WITH THE U-S MILITARY. KIMS KIDNAPPERS SAID THEYD KILL HIM IF THE SOUTH KOREANS DIDNT WITHDRAW PLANS TO SEND THREE-THOUSAND TROOPS TO IRAQ.

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TRACK: DESPITE VIDEOTAPED PLEAS FROM KIM HIMSELF EARLIER THIS WEEK, THE SOUTH KOREAN GOVERNMENT REFUSED TO NEGOTIATE WITH THE TERRORISTS. ARAB T-V SAYS THE AL QAEDA LINKED GROUP, MONOTHEISM AND JIHAD, THEN EXECUTED HIM. THE WHITE HOUSE CALLS IT BARBARIC.

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TRACK: IN SEOUL, ANTI-WAR DEMONSTRATORS ARE PROTESTING THE GOVERNMENTS DECISION TO SEND TROOPS TO IRAQ. KIMS KILLERS SAY HIS DEATH SHOULD SEND A MESSAGE TO THE SOUTH KOREANS NOT TO JOIN WITH THE AMERICANS.

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STANDUP: This is the second beheading in five days. Last Friday, American contractor, Paul Johnson, was killed by Al Qaeda militants in Saudi Arabia. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))



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The U-S tonight is striking back against militants in Iraq.
A top U-S General says the U-S has hit a known safehouse of a militant group in Iraq.
The blasts were in a Fallujah neighborhood- in the same area where the U-S carried out an airstrike over the weekend.
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Meanwhile today two Americans were killed and another wounded in attacks.
Yesterday four marines were found dead in Ramadi. The coalition says it may have been the work of al Qaeda's top man in Iraq.
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((I DON'T KNOW THAT THEY WERE BEHIND THE KILLING OF THESE FOUR SOLDIERS, BUT THE SPIRIT, THE STRATEGY AND THE SENTIMENT IS THE SAME.))
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And in Fallujah, Hundreds of Iraqis took to the steets to protest U-S airstrikes on terorist safe houses.
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((BRIG. GEN. MARK KIMMITT: WE HAD VERY STRONG PRE STRIKE INTELLIGENCE SUGGESTING THAT HOUSE THAT LOCATION IN FALLUJAH WAS OCCUPIED BY A MEMBER OF THE ZARQAQI TERRORIST NETWORK.))
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Today Iraq's interim president met with U-S coalition administrator Paul Bremer to talk about the handover of power.. set just eight days from now.
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Hundreds of people will soon be out of a job in Danville as financially troubled Dan River Incorportated announces another round of layoffs.

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Steve Smallshaw is in Danville tonight Steve, who is affected by these latest cuts?
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Fincastle is experiencing growing pains. For the last four-years the town has been looking at the possibility of expanding. Today, town officials presented a proposal to the Botetourt County Supervisors. Susan Bahorich takes a look at the plan.

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(( ((nats))
Fincastle is a small town with big plans.

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((SCOTT CRITZER/FINCASTLE PLANNING COMMISSION: WE'RE THE OLDEST INCORPORATED TOWN WEST OF THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS THAT AND WE NEVER HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPAND AS THE OTHER TWO TOWN IN BOTETOURT COUNTY HAVE. WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY.))
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Currently Fincastle is made up of 91-acres and about 350-residents. With the proposed expansion the town could grow to six-times its size and to upwards of one-thousand people.

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((ROB HAGAN/FINCASTLE PLANNING COMMISSION: WITHIN THE 91-ACRES, FINCASTLE HAS BEEN DECLINING SIZE THE 1960'S. WE DON'T HAVE SHOPS AND SERVICES WHERE NEIGHBORS CAN COME MEET NEIGHBORS THE KINDS OF THINGS A TOWN CAN PROVIDE.))
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And, that's what planners are hoping an expansion can provide. But, there are still a lot of gray areas and things to be worked out - for one, officials estimate the expansion could divert 35-thousand dollars of county revenue into Fincastle coffers.

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((DON MEREDITH/BOTETOURT CO. SUPERVISOR: WE HAVE TO BE A GOOD PARTNER. IT'LL TAKE A LOT OF PLANNING ESPECIALLY ON ORDINANCES AND BE A LOT OF CONCERN FOR CITIZENS IN THE OUTLYING AREAS. WHO'S GOING TO BE RESPONSIBLE: THE COUNTY OR THE TOWN?))
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Though questions are still up in the air, Fincastle officials say they want the town to be a hybrid of "new and old." They say it would eventually benefit the community by offering higher property values and in the longrun- empower citizens. Susan Bahorich, News 7, Fincastle.))

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Fincastle will host two public meetings about expansion, Thursday at the firehouse and next Wednesday the 30th at the library. Both will be at 7p.m.
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Coming up, the heat is on Montgomery County officials to find an arsonist.
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Montgomery County's looking for a serial arsonist.
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The northern section of the county's seen three fires in two nights. A total of four fires have broken out in the Oak Forest Mobile Home park in the last two months. This empty trailer caught fire around 4:30 Monday morning. Firefighters were called back out to the park twice last night for two smaller fires.
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Police believe they are looking for one... or maybe two people. Investigators also say the arsonist does NOT appear to be trying to hurt anyone. The fires have caused several thousand dollars in damages. If you have any information, call the Montgomery County sheriff's office.
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The A-C-L-U says the state is discriminating against naked teenagers.
The group is threatening to sue over a new law regulating nudist youth camps.
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Legislators recently passed a law making it illegal for teens to attend a nudist camp without their parents or guardians.
The law targets Camp White Tail in southeastern Virginia which runs an annual week-long camp for children ages eleven to 18.
A-C-L-U officials say the new law infringes on the rights of both the teens and their parents.
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((KENT WILLIS/ACLU OF VIRGINIA: YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE CERTAIN PRIVACY RIGHTS JUST LIKE ADULTS DO AND THAT'S A SIGNIFICANT ARGUMENT IN THIS CASE BUT ITS ALSO ABOUT PARENTAL RIGHTS. WE GIVE A GREAT DEAL OF DISCRETION TO PARENTS TO DETERMINE THE UPBRINGING OF THEIR CHILDREN UNTIL THEY ARE EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND THAT WOULD BE THE RIGHT TO MAKE THIS KIND OF DECISION. JUST LIKE THEY WOULD HAVE THAT RIGHT TO MAKE THE DECISION ABOUT WHAT RELIGION THEY ARE GOING TO PARTICIPATE IN.))
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The law is scheduled to go into effect on July first.
The camp's manager says that unless the law is repealed, many children will be unable to attend this year's nudist camp.
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The man wanted for a bombing in Olympic Park 8 years ago.. along with several other bombings- was in court today.

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Eric Rudolph arrived in Huntsville, Alabama court under heavy security. His attorneys want the trial moved because of media publicity.
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Rudolph is not only wanted for the bombing that killed a woman at the Atlanta olympics- but also two more bombings in Atlanta in 1997.
Rudolph is also facing trial for the 1998 bombing of an abortion clinic in Birminghamon- where a police officer was killed and a nurse critically hurt.
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A New Orleans zoo wants a baby gorilla.. but there's one problem.
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It seems the male gorilla, Casey, that they're relying on, just won't mate.
So the zoo is now using videotapes of Gorilla's breeding to teach him.
Casey's been with other bachelors for most of his life-
Because he loves watching television, zookeeprs hope the tape will work.
So far zookeepers say Casey is more comfortable around females- who are said to be waiting for him to make a move.


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Coming up - stocks rallied after a slow start today. We'll take a look in today's Marketwatch.
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Good afternoon everybody - the Tuesday ticker begins once again in Salem.
Day two of the Roanoke Valley Horse Show would mean an early look at the heavy favorite to win Saturday night's $50,000 Grand Prix. Steve Mason takes a quick look at Aaron Vale.

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More rain and another win for Williams' family today on the grass at Wimbledon.
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Serena Williams opened her bid for a third straight Wimbledon title with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over an unheralded player from China today. Serena hasn't won a Grand Slam title since beating Venus in last year's Wimbledon final. She is bidding to become the first player to win Wimbledon three straight times since Steffi Graf in from 1991 to 1993. Remember, Serena had an eight-month layoff after knee surgery last August.
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Rain interrupted no less than 14 matches today.

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All week long we're going to be showing you some of the items that will be up for grabs this Friday at the Roy Stanley Memorial celebrity auction at Hanging Rock Golf course. The auction is on Friday night at 7 and trust me there will be something for everyone.
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The Barber Twins - Tiki and Ronde - have once again been gracious to provide us with several autographed fiber optic mini-helmets. But as you know there is always more than sports memoribilia. Bassett Furniture has donated this brand new all leather accent chair that has a retail value of just under Two Thousand dollars. It will be up for grabs in the LIVE auction along with this radio. You collectors will want a chance at winning this Philco radio that was the top of the line back in 1941. It is an AM tube radio table top model that has both the AM band and the shortwave band. It has been completely checked out and the cabinet and the components are in mint condition.
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[go to roy pinnacle 557] Again, the celebrity golf event featuring Lee Suggs, Gary Clark, Ron McDole, Pat Fischer, Shayne Graham, Rick Mast and others is this Friday at one. The autograph session runs from 6 to 7pm. And the LIVE auction begins at seven. Also, more than 30 items will be in a silent auction. Help us raise the bar for scholarships in Roy's name with your presence this Friday at Hanging Rock.
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Stock prices closed modestly higher on Wall Street. Alexis Christoforous has a look in today's Marketwatch
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President Clinton is barnstorming in New York.
And it's not presidential politics this time, it's for personal appearances at bookstores as he promotes his memoirs.
Drew Levinson reports.

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SOME PEOPLE WAITED ALL NIGHT ON THE STREETS OF NEW YORK...OTHERS ARRIVED JUST IN TIME TO GET RAINED ON....ALL WITH ONE PRIZE IN SIGHT...

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AN AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF FORMER PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON'S NEW BOOK.

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"I TRIED TO WRITE A BOOK PEOPLE WOULD LIKE TO READ."
THE MUCH ANTICIPATED MEMOIR ..."MY LIFE".. IS NOW ON SALE...AND WHILE CLINTON'S BLEARY-EYED FANS HAVEN'T HAD TIME TO READ THE NEARLY 1000 PAGE BOOK ......MOST STILL ADMIRE THE NATION'S 42ND PRESIDENT.

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THE BOOK DOCUMENTS CLINTON'S HUMBLE BEGINNINGS IN ARKANSAS TO HIS RISE TO THE PRESIDENCY AND HIS NEAR HIS NEAR FALL FROM POWER..
THAT, THANKS TO THE MONICA LEWINSKY SCANDAL.

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NOT EVERYONE LOVES THE BOOK. THE NEW YORK TIMES CALLED IT SLOPPY, SELF INDULGENT AND OFTEN EYE- CROSSINGLY DULL.

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BUT THE REVIEWS THAT COUNT MOST COME AT THE CASH REGISTER. DEMAND ALREADY EXCEEDS THE FIRST PRINTING OF 1 POINT FIVE MILLION COPIES.
CLINTON IS DOING HIS PART TO PROMOTE THE BOOK....WITH A SIGNING IN MIDTOWN MANHATTAN AND ANOTHER LATER IN HARLEM WHERE HE KEEPS HIS OFFICE.... EARL HARLEY WAS THE FIRST MAN IN LINE THERE. HE MADE THE FORMER PRESIDENT A BELT BUCKLE COMPLETE WITH HIS NAME AND THE BOOK TITLE.

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"I SAW HIM ON ONE OF THE STATIONS, HE DIDN'T HAVE NO BELT BUCKLE SO THIS IS A BUCKLE FOR MY MAN."

NOW THAT "MY LIFE' IS OUT...THE FORMER PRESIDENT'S LIFE IS NOW AN OPEN BOOK. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK))
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The U-S goes after an Al-Qaida leader in Iraq
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just hours after another hostage is killed.
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