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Iraqis regain control of Iraq. The latest on the early transfer of power.
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Police more charges against the man that struck and killed a mother and daughter.
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On Healthcheck, why cellphones in pants pockets may decrease men's fertility.
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And understanding obesity in order to fight it. A new student suggests the answer frequently is right inside you.
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Plus inner-city kids and horse racing joining up at the track. News 7 at 5 is next. [Open]
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The deal is sealed two days early.
The U-S led coalition officially hands over power to Iraq's interim prime minister.
Just two hours later- the head of the U-S led coalition Paul Bremer boards a transport plane leaving the country.
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((TODAY IRAQ THREATENS NO OTHER COUNTRY AND IT'S DEMOCRATIC PROGRESS WILL BE AN EXAMPLE TO THE BROADER MIDDLE EAST.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Iraq is officially being run by an Iraqi government- and more reports regarding an American marine missing in Iraq since April.
First.. a suprise handover of power- Iraqi's now have their country back.
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Teri Okita is following the story and joins us live with the latest from Baghdad.
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((IT WAS A DAY MANY IRAQIS THOUGHT WOULD NEVER COME....AND IT ARRIVED SOONER THAN EXPECTED. AFTER 14 MONTHS OF OCCUPATION, THE U-S LED COALITION HANDED POWER OVER TO THE INTERIM IRAQI GOVERNMENT TWO DAYS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE.
Iyad Allawi, Iraqi interim Prime Minister: We have done this today and we feel that we are capable and in control of the security situation. SECURITY...OR LACK OF....IS THE KEY ISSUE THAT WILL DETERMINE THE FUTURE OF THIS NATION. SOME 160,000 COALITION TROOPS AND A GROWING ARMY OF IRAQI SECURITY FORCES HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO STOP INSURGENTS FROM CHOOSING TARGETS ALMOST AT WILL.
WITH THAT IN MIND, OFFICIALS MOVED UP THE TRANSFER OF POWER TO THROW OFF POTENTIAL SABOTEURS. TRAVELING IN TURKEY...PRESIDENT BUSH ACKNOWLEDGED THE SECURITY PROBLEMS, BUT SAID THE INSURGENTS HAVE NOT PREVENTED DEMOCRACY IN IRAQ.
PRESIDENT BUSH: "THE CIVILIZED WORLD WILL NOT BE FRIGHTENED OR INTIMIDATED." ON THE STREETS OF IRAQ, REACTION WAS MIXED....SOME OPENLY REJOICED...OTHERS SAID TRUE SOVEREIGNTY WILL NOT BE ACHIEVED UNTIL ALL U-S TROOPS WITHDRAW. TERI OKITA/CBS NEWS: EXACTLY WHEN THAT WILL HAPPEN IS ANYONE'S GUESS. PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS U-S TROOPS WILL STAY AS LONG AS STABILITY OF IRAQ REQUIRES OR WHEN THE IRAQ GOVERNMENT ASKS THEM TO LEAVE. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, BAGHDAD))
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Now onto the latest on the missing U-S marine.
CBS News is reporting that there is videotape that may be the beheading of the marine-
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Corporal Wassef Ali Hassoun (Wah-SEFF ali Ha-SAHN) was shown in videotape yesterday blindfolded with a sword brandished over his head.
Hassoun is Muslim who was born in Lebanon-
Insurgents have also threatened to behead a kidnapped Pakistani driver by Wednesday unless the U-S releases all Iraqi prisoners.
The man works for a subcontractor of U-S based Kellogg Brown.
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Meantime, the Supreme Court ruled today that U-S citizens who are being treated as enemy combatants have the right to challenge their treatment in U-S courts. The justices ruled the same holds true for foreigners, including the hundreds who've been held at the U-S Navy base in Cuba.

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A Christiansburg man is facing more charges in the death of a mother and daughter in Shawsville. The pair was killed Saturday evening after being hit by a car as they walked down Route 460.
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New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa was back at the accident scene today. Rachel, what are the new charges?
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Jean, police have charged the driver with two counts of involuntary manslaughter.
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21 year old Christopher Hight is also charged with driving under the influence of drugs. Police say Hight struck 44 year old Joyce Marie Sirry (Surry) and her six year old daughter, Betty Marie Sirry as they walked home from the post office. Friends, family and neighbors in the community are still shocked over the deaths. They say Joyce and Betty walked this route two, sometimes three times a day.
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Hight is being held at the Montgomery County Jail without bond.
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If convicted he faces up to 20 years in prison on each count of involuntary manslaughter.
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Jean, coming up tonight at 6:00 we'll tell you what outraged residents in Shawsville are hoping to see happen. We'll also introduce you to David Sirry. A father and husband who says he lost his world this weekend.


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Opponents of a Roanoke methadone clinic say the more they research the issue, the more concerns they raise.
Today, the president of the local chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference said the group is organizing a mass meeting to air community concerns about the controversial proposal.
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Joe Dashiell is in the newsroom tonight with an update on the group's plans.
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Jean, representatives of the SCLC and others who oppose the clinic on Hershberger Road met twice with representatives of the CRC Health Corporation, but say their efforts to work behind the scenes have been unsuccessful, and now they're considering other options.
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So far, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference has collected 35- hundred signatures, and a growing file of what opponents consider troubling research, news articles from other states that document the rising abuse of methadone.
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Members of the SCLC have prepared a map that shows the concentration of CRC facilities in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and other nearby states.
And SCLC President Perneller Chubb-Wilson says the time has come for more people to become involved.
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((PERNELLER CHUBB-WILSON/ROANOKE SCLC PRESIDENT: I SEE NOW WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO HAVE A MASS MEETING. IT MIGHT BE IN EUREKA PARK. IT MIGHT BE IN OUR SCHOOLS WHERE OUR CHILDREN GO. IT MIGHT BE A STREET MEETING, BUT WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A MEETING, A MASS MEETING.))
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They plan to invite representatives of CRC Health Corporation, and the city to attend the meeting. They haven't yet set a time or place.
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Jean, state officials recently conducted a site visit, but so far they haven't issued the state license.

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Still ahead on Healthcheck, why some people are more likely to become obese .. a new study offers some clues.
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And another study suggests men may want to keep cell phones out of their pockets, for reasons that may quickly come to mind.
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[MINI-OPEN] On Healthcheck tonight, with the obesity epidemic raging, scientists continue to look for clues into why some people eat more than others. According to a new study, the answer maybe inside all of us. Doctor Mallika Marshall reports.
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((WHY DO SOME PEOPLE FEEL HUNGRY ALL THE TIME WHILE OTHERS DON'T?. DOCTOR GEORGE FIELDING, FROM NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, UNDERSTANDS BOTH SIDES. NOT JUST IN HIS WORK AS A WEIGHT LOSS SURGEON.... BUT ALSO AS HIMSELF. DOCTOR FIELDING USED TO WEIGH 310 POUNDS.

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"I was hungry every moment of every day."
HE LOST THE WEIGHT AFTER LAP-BAND SURGERY.... WHICH SHRANK HIS STOMACH. BUT NOW RESEARCHERS MAY BE ONE STEP CLOSER TO CREATING A DRUG THAT ALSO CONTROLS THE STOMACH... BY MANIPULATING A HORMONE ALL OF US PRODUCE CALL GHRELIN (grey-lin).

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"it really does effect hunger, so that as it goes up you eat more, as it comes down you eat less."

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GHRELIN (grey-lin)IS SECRETED BY STOMACH CELLS. WHEN LEVELS SPIKE WE FEEL HUNGRY AND WANT TO EAT. HOWEVER, IN A NEW STUDY RESEARCHERS FOUND THAT SKINNY PEOPLE HAD THEIR LARGEST SPIKE OF GHRELIN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT.

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"which is really cool for them because it means they're asleep when their getting this most potent stimulus to eat."
HOWEVER, OBESE PEOPLE DID NOT GET THIS NOCTURNAL SPIKE. THEIR LEVELS WENT UP DURING THE DAY.... MAKING THEM ALWAYS FEEL HUNGRY. DOCTORS BELIEVE THE PRODUCTION OF THE HORMONE IS SOMETHING WE'RE BORN WITH ADDING TO THE MOUNTING EVIDENCE THAT MANY OBESE PEOPLE JUST CAN'T CONTROL THEIR HUNGER.

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"and it's just another little piece to show that this is a disease rather than a weakness."
SCIENTISTS HOPE THIS WILL LEAD TO A DRUG THAT CONTROLS THE HORMONE... HELPING PEOPLE SLIM DOWN.... AND EVENING THE SCALES BETWEEN THOSE BORN TO BE SKINNY AND THOSE BORN TO BE OBESE. DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))



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A new study suggests men may want to think twice before placing a cell phone in their pockets.
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[NO SUPER] Researchers at a university in Hungary found that men who carry cellphones in their pockets suffered decreased fertility. According to the study, men who carried cell phones on the "standby" setting had one-third fewer sperm than men who did not. The scientists say electromagnetic radiation could be to blame. But other scientists caution the study did not account for other lifestyle factors.
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The Supreme Court said Monday that it will consider whether people smoking pot on doctor's orders fall under a federal marijuana ban.
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The court agreed to hear the Bush administration's appeal of a case it lost last year in San Fransisco's 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. That court ruled that a federal law banning marijuana does not apply to California patients whose doctors have prescribed the drug. California is one of 35 states that have passed legislation recognizing the medical value of marijuana.
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We'll see how your workweek is shaping up. Just ahead, Robin has the complete forecast.
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[VO] And more reasons to always respect the power of lightning. Three people die when a bolt strikes a state park
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Robin talked a lot last week about the very real dangers that lightning presents, and events over the weekend near Atlanta serve as another reminder.
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Three people were killed and six others injured Sunday when lightning struck a tree by Lake Lanier. A large storm moving through the area forced everyone to leave the water just before lightning struck a tree near a path leading from the beach to the parking lot.
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No rain at Wimbledon today. Just ahead, Mike has highlights in our two-minute ticker.
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And later, learn how this Nelson County horse track will help inner city children.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to another work week and a rare day free of rain at Wimbledon.
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And for the most part it was free of upsets as play in the round of 16 began on center court. The event's number one seed Roger Federer - the master of grass - got past Ivo Karlovic in straight sets this afternoon. Karlovic is the tallest player in the world at six feet 10 inches tall, but no one has been more imposing than Federer in this event. Federer hasn't been broken or dropped a set all tournament. He also has now won 51 straight matches on grass.
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Andy Roddick, Lleyton Hewitt also won today along with Lindsay Davenport who advanced to the women's quarterfinals for the 7th time in her career.

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Atlanta Falcons training camp begins at the end of July and there is a chance that the number one and two quarterbacks could be from Virginia Tech and UVa. Of course Michael Vick is at the top of the depth chart and rookie Matt Schaub could be number two.
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Schaub attended an autograph card show recently in Richmond. He signed along side some of the NFL's best, including former Redskin Joe Theisman.
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Schaub, who has gone through mini camp in Atlanta already, could not help talking about one of the ACC's newest members in Virginia Tech. According to the former Wahoo, the Hokies and the Cavaliers will still hate each other as much.

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To the fast track, Exotic car builder Dennis Zanefield and his partner Jay Bell are attempting to break the world

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land speed record. The two have built the Spirit of Virginia super vehicle at Zanefield's Salem garage.
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More on this story for you tonight on News 7 at Six, plus the Roanoke Country Club is getting ready to host the state amateur golf tournament for teh first time in three decades. Jean will be back in just a moment everybody - have a great Monday night. [GO TO BREAK]

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The transfer of power in Iraq gave stocks an early boost, but it was downhill from there. Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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Fahrenheit 9/11 is hot at the box office.
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[Hot change to]
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Michael Moore's controversial film about the Bush administration took in almost 22 (m) million dollars in its first three days, making it the first film of its type ever to debut as the top weekend movie.
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Moore narrowly beat his own record set by his 2002 Academy Award-winning film ``Bowling for Columbine,'' which had held the record. The Wayans brothers' cross-dressing comedy "White Chicks'' opened in second place, followed by "Dodgeball", "The Terminal", and "The Notebook".
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Inner-city kids and horse racing might seem like an unusual combination, but they'll be coming together for a good cause in Nelson County this fall.
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The Oak Ridge estate near Shipman will host a one-day steeplechase event on its mile-long race course.
About five thousand people are expected to attend the event which is being sanctioned by the National Steeplechase Association.
The proceeds will benefit the Jubilee Family Development Center in Lynchburg.
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((STERLING WILDER/JUBILEE FAMILY CENTER: THERE ARE NOT TOO MANY PEOPLE DOING STEEPLECHASE, ESPECIALLY IN THIS AREA. SO IT'S AN UNTAPPED MARKET, IT'S NEW FOR US, WE HAVEN'T HAD A MAJOR FUNDRAISER LIKE THIS, AND AFTER A WHILE YOUR DONORS TEND TO DRY UP A LITTLE BIT AND WE'RE IN NEED OF MORE FUNDING.))
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