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Tonight on News 7 at 5, One man's run for Senate is over amid a sex scandal involving his ex-wife...
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and U-S forces strike at a suspected terrorist hideout in Iraq once again.
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Rain, heavy at times is moving through southwest Virginia this afternoon. Flood watches are up for portions of the viewing area. We'll look at Skytracker7 and see if we can salvage the weekend.

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In Health Check tonight, why many local people who are at risk for H-I-V are not being tested.
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Allies of a reverend forced out of his church take the battle into the courtroom...
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Plus the items go up for bids in two hours. A live look at what's up for grabs at the Roy Stanley Memorial Auction. News 7 at 5 starts right now.

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Just where are members of a terror network hiding out in Iraq?
U-S military today hit a target believed to be a terrorist hideout .
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U-S Officials estimate as many as 25 people have been killed in a third airstrike on Fallujah.
American forces used precision weapons to destroy a suspected safehouse for Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's (al -Zar-Kow-ee's) terror network.
Al Zarqawi claimed responsibility for this weeks deadly attacks in Iraq- Charlie D'Agata has the latest from Baghdad.
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(( U.S. FORCES ARE PREPARING FOR MAY BE THE NEXT BATTLE FOR BAGHDAD-- INSURGENTS TRYING TO DERAIL THE TRANSITION TO IRAQI RULE NEXT WEDNESDAY. CHARLIE D'AGATA REPORTS FROM BAGHDAD. If there's a "frontline in the war on terror" in Iraq...this is it. US warplanes launched airstrikes on Fallujah for the third time this week, targeting a suspected safehouse for Abu Musab al Zarqawi's network.
Residents say previous airstrikes did little more than kill Iraqi civilians and breed more anti-American hatred.
But more worrying is what the insurgents plan to do next. D'AGATA STANDUP: US MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SOURCES WARN OF A "MAJOR TERRORIST OFFENSIVE" IN BAGHDAD IN THE COMING DAYS. US AND IRAQI FORCES FACE THE MAMMOTH TASK OF TRYING TO SEAL THE PERIMETER OF THIS SPRAWLING CITY OF SIX MILLION PEOPLE IN AN ATTEMPT TO SEARCH EVERY SUSPECT VEHICLE TRYING TO ENTER THE CAPITAL. Security consultants are advising all foreigners in Baghdad to stay in "lock-down," not to step foot outside their compounds unless absolutely necessary. Iraq's interim defense minister said Iraqi forces won't wait for the next attack, vowing that the "time has come for a showdown." Hazem Shaalan, Interim Defence Minister: We will pursue these people and we will keep the Iraqi people safe and secure and establish democracy in Iraq. Pursuing those people may take priority over "establishing democracy." Iraqi officials say they intend to crush the insurgency...by whatever means necessary. Charlie Dagata. CBS News, Baghdad.))


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A Christiansburg teen charged in a deadly shooting was back in court today.
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17 year old Zachary Linkous is charged with voluntary manslaughter and malicious wounding in the shooting death of 15 year old Edward Bertrand. Bertrand was killed in the Christiansburg home of 14 year old Mandi Carlson, who is also charged with voluntary manslaughter. Linkous was denied bond today.
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Both teens tell police they had their hands on the murder weapon. Coming up tonight at 6:00, we'll have more details a live report.

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High Street Baptist Church fired its pastor this week.
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But at least some members of the congregation are challenging the legality of Reverand Floyd Davis' dismissal. They went to court today, seeking an emergency injunction to block the Board of Trustees from terminating the pastor's contract. Church leaders like Johnny Chapman say they still consider Davis to be their pastor.
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Judge Jonathan Apgar did not issue an injunction, but noted the plaintiffs can appeal directly to the State Supreme Court.
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A controversial film has hit the big screen in Roanoke.
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Fahrenheit 9-11 - produced and directed by Michael Moore opened at the Grandin Theatre this afternoon. The documentary, which bashes President George Bush and the War in Iraq, has received national attention, but so far The Grandin is the only local theatre showing the film. Theatre staff posted a statement outside the Grandin box office that says "the views expressed in the film are entirely those of the filmmaker."
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((KATY CHITTUM: THIS HAS GOTTEN A LOT OF NATIONAL ATTENTION SO WE BROUGHT IT HERE, WE ASKED FOR IT, AND THE DISTRIBUTOR SAID YES, WE COULD HAVE IT.))
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Everyone who talked to News 7 after the first viewing praised the film.
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((CHRIS RICH: IT'S A GOOD MOVIE OF A VERY POOR SITUATION AND IT DEFINITELY SHOWS A LOT OF THE CORRUPTION THAT WE HAVE NOT ONLY IN THE WHITE HOUSE AND IN THE CAPITAL IN GENERAL, BUT THROUGHOUT OUR CULTURE.))
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Fahrenheit 9-11 will show at The Grandin Theatre for at least four weeks.
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Bedford County is getting its first look at plans from a private developer to build a new Jefferson Forest High School.
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English Construction submitted two proposals to the county today: one would build a new, combined middle school and high school... the other would build a new high school and add gymnasiums to three other county schools.
It's all part of Virginia's Public-Private Educational Facilities Act, which lets private companies handle the design, construction and financing of public schools.
Other interested companies will have 45 days to submit their own proposals.
Previous estimates have put the project's cost in the neighborhood of 38 million dollars.
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Some major changes might be on the horizon for one local hospital...
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and fewer people are getting tested for H-I-V in the area, even as infection rates are rising. What some local groups are doing coming up.
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The C-E-O of Stonewall Jackson Hospital is resigning. In a press release, Gary Swink and the hospital board say they agreed it was time to take the hospital in a new direction.
Carilion Health System will provide an interim C-E-O following Swink's departure July 1st. News 7 asked a Carilion spokesman if this means Carilion might eventually own the hospital. He would only say there have been discussions about that, but no final decision has been made. [BEFORE PAGE 7]

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In health check tonight,
The number of people getting tested for HIV in Southwest Virginia is declining --even as infection rates in the state are rising.
That's according the Council of Community Services -- which says not enough people are taking advantage of free testing.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details? Why arent' people getting tested?
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Jean, Officials believe people have either become complacent about HIV or simply don't want to know their status.
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The Council of Community Services is doing all it can to change that, by hitting the streets, neighborhoods, and even the local bars as part of national HIV testing week.
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((Tonight, it's the Backstreet Cafe and The Park -- where the Council of Community Services will offer free HIV testing to a population that doesn't seem to be getting the message.
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((WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT TESTING IN THE GAY AND LESBIAN COMMUNITY AND IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY THOSE NUMBER HAVE DROPPED DRASTICALLY FROM LAST YEAR))
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But as the testing numbers are dropping --infection rates are going up, and those are the people they KNOW are infected.
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((THERE IS AN ESTIMATED 22-THOUSAND PEOPLE LIVING IN VIRGNIA WITH HIV THAT DO NOT KNOW THEY ARE INFECTED. THAT'S A LOT OF PEOPLE. AND IT'S NOT SO MUCH THE HIGH RISK PEOPLE IT CAN BE SOMEONE AS COMMON AS YOURSELF))
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That's why the Council of Community Services says you should know your status --even if you don't believe you are at high risk.
Because not getting tested until there are symptoms, could be a matter of life or death.
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((IF YOU GET INFECTED TODAY AND YOU DON'T FIND OUT FOR FIVE OR 10 YEARS, YOUR CHANCES OF SURVIVAL HAVE DECREASED 50-PERCENT OR MORE))
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The Council of Community Services will offer free testing at these location including the Park and Backstreet Cafe tonight.
For more information you can call 540-982-AIDS.
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Jean, The testing is confidential, which means they can not give out the result to anyone, even your doctor without your permission.

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A candidate for the United States senate bows out of the race- after sex allegations.
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Illinois Republican Jack Ryan says its not the kind of politics he wants to play.
His campaign's been under question since his divorce records were made public.
Ryan's ex wife, Actree Jerri Lynn Ryan claims in divorce records that Ryan had taken her to sex clubs and tried to pressure her to perform sex acts while others watched.
Illionois republicans say there was little support for Ryan after the claims were made.
The replacement candidate will become an instant underdog against the Democratic Candidate.
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Up next on the newscast, Brent Watts joins us with the forecast and part 2 of storm chasers.
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Last month, a team of meteorology students from Pulaski County High School and Virginia Tech set out on a 14-day field trip to tornado alley. [toss across - Jean/Brent @ BAM;] Brent Watts is highlighting their unique trip in the second part of his series Storm Chasers.
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Jean, yesterday we brought you a little background information about the storm chase team. Today we learn how the students managed to find these tornadoes and get around safely in mini-vans while others used armored cars.
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Still to come, we'll check back in with Mike Stevens with what's on the auction block to raise money for the Roy Stanley Memorial Scholarship...
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and also, and we'll take a look at some art that to one couple is udderly perfect.
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It's Roy Stanley day here at the Big 7. Everything from celebrity golf to autographs and auctions. Here's the News 7 Sports Team with the events of the day.
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[WIPE TO MIKE LIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!]

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One Vermont couple seems to have found their cash cow...
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Everette and Heidi Whipple recently bought a dairy farm in rural Vermont and quickly found out that it can be difficult to turn a profit. That's when Heidi got a colorful idea to diversify their farm. She walked her prized cow Agnes though veterinarian approved latex paint and into her new career as an artist.
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(("PEOPLE HAVE BEEN HUGELY SUPPORTIVE, ENTHUSIASTIC, THEY THINK IT IS INTERESTING AND FUN AND THE RESULTS ARE FUN TO LOOK AT"))
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The couple is selling the paintings at the farm and over the internet. Each one-of a kind creation sells for as much as one-hundred dollars for a framed original.
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