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Jury selection begins in a Roanoke murder trial.

Police say the suspect was stalking the victim.
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And, Iraq is once again ruling itself, following today's surprise handover. Interim leaders are promising the Iraqi people a "better future."
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Variably cloudy now with an increase in the clouds during the afternoon. We also have a chance for a shower or thunderstorm. I'll have your forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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During a small ceremony two days early, Iraq re- gains its sovereignty.
Today's handover came as a surprise to everyone--including insurgents--who officials feared might sabotage the transfer of power.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
President Bush says the Iraqis have their country back now that power has been transferred to the interim government.
Today's transfer comes more than a year after Bush ordered the invasion of Iraq.
However, Bush admits that the situation in the war- torn nation is still "tough."
Teri Okita has been monitoring the situation in Baghdad, and she joins us now with the latest.
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(( THEY CAUGHT THE WORLD BY SURPRISE. IN A MATTER OF HOURS, THE LONG AWAITED HANDOVER OF POWER IN IRAQ WAS COMPLETE...TWO DAYS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE. IT STARTED WHEN U-S ADMINISTRATOR PAUL BREMER TRANSFERRED SOVEREIGNTY BACK TO IRAQ. HE PROMPTLY LEFT THE COUNTRY...AND A SHORT TIME LATER THE NEW IRAQI LEADERSHIP WAS SWORN IN.

(NATZ FULL ALLAWI SPEAKING IN ARABIC)


IN HIS FIRST SPEECH SINCE THE HANDOVER.... IYAD ALLAWI PROMISED A BETTER FUTURE FOR IRAQIS AND WARNED THAT THE FORCES OF TERRORISM WOULD BE CRUSHED.

(NATZ VIOLENCE)


BUT IT WAS THOSE INSURGENTS WHO FORCED THE UNEXPECTED MOVE TODAY...THE HANDOVER PUSHED AHEAD TO PREVENT SABOTAGE. ON THE STREETS OF BAGHDAD THERE WERE NO WILD CELEBRATIONS, BUT MOST RESIDENTS APPEARED OPTIMISTIC.

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TRAVELING IN TURKEY....PRESIDENT BUSH SAID IRAQI'S NOW HAVE THEIR COUNTRY BACK.

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Coalition officials have agreed to transfer legal custody of Saddam Hussein to the Iraqi government within the week. However, the ousted leader will continue to be guarded by U-S troops until Iraq has a prison secure enough to hold him. Teri Okita, CBS News, Baghdad. ))


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NATO ministers are pledging help for the new Iraqi government, but they didn't exactly receive a warm welcome today as they gathered in Turkey.
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Hundreds of demonstrators threw firebombs, overturned cars, and clashed with police today as the summit got under way.
Turkish authorities responded by releasing tear gas into the crowd.
A hospital official says around 30 people were injured.
Security was stepped up in the area in advance of the summit.
More than 23- thousand police officers are on duty.
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It's being called a partial victory for the Bush administration in its war on terror--
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The Supreme Court has ruled six to three that Congress gave President Bush the power to hold an American citizen without charges or trial.
However, the court also says detainees-- such as those being held at Guananamo Bay, Cuba--can challenge their treatment in U- S courts.
Meanwhile, the high court says it WON'T rule on the merits of the case involving U-S born terrorism detainee Jose Padilla.
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Jury selection is underway in a Roanoke murder trial.
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27 year old Carl Richardson, also known as Kalif Freed (fuh-REED) Abdul Mateen, is charged with the December murder of Neesha Edwards.
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Richardson also faces malicious wounding and several gun charges. Neesha Edwards was murdered outside the Caru Apartments. Her boyfriend was shot in the neck, but survived. Police say Richardson had been stalking the woman and killed her in a fit of jealousy. Prosecutors expect the trial to last three days, and the first witnesses are expected to testify this afternoon.
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LEO in WX-CENTER [WXPRO/FULL] RADAR SATELLITE STORY
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Our weekend turned out sunny, but the same couldn't be said for the Deep South--
In central Texas, floodwaters have forced dozens from their homes.
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And severe storms moved through North Georgia yesterday, killing three people and injuring six others who were on a walkway leading from a beach on Lake Lanier...north of Atlanta.
Meanwhile, some residents at a nursing home had a close call when a large tree crashed through their building.
The tree trunk cut through the sprinkler system, flooding the nursing home.
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((CAPT. ERIC JACKSON/DEKALB CO., GA FIRE DEPARTMENT:THERE'S NO GAS THROUGH THE BUILDING THERE'S NO POWER THERE'S NO WATER THERE'S A HUGE GAPING HOLE IN THE ROOF TOWARDS THE BACK OF THE BUILDING AND THERE'S A LOT OF STRUCTURAL MAYHEM. ))


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Five residents were injured.
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Dry conditions are wreaking havoc in Arizona--
Seven fire engines, four helicopters, and a couple of bulldozers have been called into service in the fight against a fast- growing wildfire.
The fire in the Tonto National Forest has been burning since Thursday.
Officials say lightning triggered the blaze.
It more than doubled in size yesterday, with at least 12- thousand acres burned so far.
About 300 firefighters are fighting the fire.
Crews set backfires in an effort to protect three ranches that are within several miles of the flames.
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A new setback for one of the airlines serving southwest Virginia.
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United Airlines has lost its bid to get a federal loan guarantee,as it tries to emerge from bankruptcy. It's the airline's third attempt to get federal backing.
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Police say an unlicensed teen was at the wheel. Still ahead, two Liberty High School students are hurt this morning.

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And waiting for prosecutors to decided on further charges. The latest on the accident that killed a mother and her daughter.
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A Commonwealth's Attorney review will determine if more charges should be filed for a weekend accident that killed a mother and daughter.
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State police say six-year-old Betty Marie Sirry (Surry) and her mother, 44- year- old Joyce Marie Sirry, were killed after being hit by a car as they walked down Route 460 near their Montgomery County home in Shawsville. State Police have charged the driver, 21-year-old Christopher M. Hight of Christiansburg with driving under the influence of drugs.
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An accident in Bedford County injured two Liberty High School students this morning.
State police say a Jeep Wrangler ran off the road in the Big Island area and struck a couple of trees.
The crash sent the 15-year-old driver and his 16-year-old passenger to the hospital. No word on their condition.
Police say the 15-year-old did not have a driver's license, and that neither boy was wearing a seat belt.

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The ousted pastor of Roanoke's High Street Baptist Church wasted no time leading his ministry in a new direction.
At the same time, his former church is developing its own future course. Jennifer Wishon has the story.
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Reverend Floyd Davis tells his congregation that when it gets dark they better put their sunglasses on because things are about to get bright - he says he's living proof. ((BRING UP NATS AGAIN FOR 2 SECONDS)) Sunday Davis preached from the pulpit of Melrose 7th Day Adventist Church - That after the congregation of High Street Baptist Church voted to let him go five days earlier.
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About a hundred parishoners - many from High Street Baptist - followed Davis on Sunday - citing his devotion to teaching the truths of the Bible.
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But remaining members at High Street Baptist say the church wasn't growing under Davis' leadership and see his departure as an opportunity for positive change.
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((LANVAN REID: THIS CHURCH IS NOT GOING TO BE SPLIT, NOT TO A DEGREE THAT WOULD TAKE THIS CHURCH DOWN AND WE'RE ALL SAD, CAUSE WE'VE TALKED, AND WE DIDN'T WANT THIS TO HAPPEN, BUT THE CHURCH WASN'T GROWING.))
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((REV. DAVIS: WE WISH HIGH STREET BAPTIST CHURCH WELL, WE PRAY FOR THEM - ANYTHING WE CAN DO FOR THEM WE'RE WILLING TO DO THAT, BUT WE JUST PRAISE GOD FOR WHAT HE'S DOING.))
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Davis says he's not angry about having to leave High Street Baptist - and although he's not sure we're he'll preach next Sunday - he's confident the right door will open for him to start the next chapter of his ministry.
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Davis says he's already received a number of offers and will spend the next few weeks finding a place for his new God's House Ministries to call home. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))

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The world is a little more unified for a Campbell County church destroyed by a tornado more than two years ago.
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Lawyers Road Missionary Baptist dedicated its new church yesterday.
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After the tornado destroyed the building in May of 2002, the congregation was invited to join nearby Timberlake United Methodist Church.
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The two congregations then worked together to rebuild the demolished building.
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((JIM ADAMS: I DON'T THINK WE CAN SAY ANYMORE THAT THIS IS A METHODIST THING, BAPTIST, BLACK, WHITE - IT'S THE COMMUNITY AND I FEEL AS COMFORTABLE SITTING IN THAT SANCTUARY AS ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.))
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A sign outside recognizes the dozens of donors who made the building possible. The new church was constructed in ten months, without a penny being spent on labor. It's valued at 600-thousand dollars, but was constructed for less than 100-thousand.
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We've already heard that a thunderstorm is possible. Still ahead, Leo has your complete forecast.
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And math, phonics, and black history .. all in a day care. We'll take you to "The Village", next.
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No TV's -- only computers. And that's just the start for a Roanoke day care center. As Myranda Stephens reports, it starts with ABC's, but goes far beyond.
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((((GOOD BRET, CAN WE CAN GET CAT UNDER THERE, AND THEN BAT.)) While school teachers work to make sure no child is left behind -- Marian Ware works to make sure her children are getting ahead.
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((THROWING MONEY AT THE PROBLEM IS NOT NECESSARILY IT -- THAT IT'S GOING TO TAKE A COMMUNITY EFFORT FROM EVERYONE TO MAKE SURE THAT NO CHILD IS LEFT BEHIND.)) Which is why she started The Village learning center -- a daycare center where the rules are tough-- no television only computers -- and the work is even tougher. [NATS 59:18]
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((SOME PEOPLE MAY CONSIDER B/C IT'S SO ACCELERATED,THAT IT MAY BE TOO HARD ON CHILDREN THIS AGE. BUT I DON'T THINK SO -- I THINK IF CHILDREN CAN GET SOME OF THOSE RAP SONGS, AND SOME OF THAT MUSIC THAT I DON'T UNDERSTAND, THEN IT'S EASY FOR THEM TO GET THE PHONICS AND THOSE SORTS OF THINGS.)) And the kids aren't just learning accelerated math and phonics. Each week, Ware gives them an accelerated lesson on black history.
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((ALRIGHT WHO'S NEXT ME ME!!.)) And that leads to another important lesson -- community involvement. Hence the center's name -- the Village -- which comes from the African proverb that it takes a village to raise a child.
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((I THINK THAT A LOT OF PROBLEMS THAT OCCUR, SPECIFICALLY IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY HAVE TO DO WITH THE CHILDREN NOT FEELING LIKE THEY'RE APART OF THE COMMUNITY. SO WE TRY TO START THEM OUT YOUNG AND FEELING APART OF THE COMMUNITY AND BEING ABLE TO MAKE A CHANGE WHERE THEY SEE THAT THERE NEEDS TO BE CHANGE. Myranda Stephens, News 7, Roanoke))))



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Stocks are off to a strong start this week. At Noon,
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the Dow was UP 79 points, Nasdaq UP 11 points.
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Still ahead, Michael Moore tops the box office, and sets a record.
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And in sports, Jeff Gordon tops a dominant weekend as King of the Road.
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Jeff Gordon capped off a dominant weekend in Northern California yesterday afternoon, leading 92 of 110 laps from the pole en route to his fourth Sonoma victory in the Dodge/Save Mart 350.
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Gordon liked the view from out front.
Tony Stewart and Ward Burton had a different perspective.
Those two brought out the day's first caution on just the third lap of the race.
Last year, Robby Gordon won both Sonoma races.
Yesterday though, he lost a wheel on two different occasions, and was relegated to a 34th place finish.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. bounced back from several spins-- including this one-- to finish 11th.
But he now trails Jimmie Johnson by 27 in the points race.
The number 24 was strong all day, as Gordon held off a hard- charging Jamie McMurray to take the checkered flag.

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Chip Sullivan is headed back to the PGA Championship for the second straight year.
Sullivan fired a 2-under 70 in the final round of the PGA Club Pro Championship at the Longaberger Golf Club in Ohio.
He finished the event at 8-under in sole possession of third place, 4 shots behind winner Bob Sowards.
He led the tournament in putting over four days.
Chip wins just under 29- thousand dollars for his efforts this weekend.
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Adam Scott's wallet is also a little heavier.
The Australian won the Booz Allen Classic outside the nation's capital with shots like this, taking home the first-place check of
864 thousand dollars.
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Local tennis fans were treated to some top- notch volleys this weekend at Hollins.
The school hosted the Roanoke Valley Invitational.
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Men, women, and juniors competed for over two thousand dollars in prize money in the event.
All the proceeds benefit the tennis programs at Apple Ridge Farms and Washington Park.
The tournament was the first big showcase for the recently completed Batten Tennis Center.
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Fahrenheit 9/11 is number one at the box office.
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[Hot change to]
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Michael Moore's incendiary 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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