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Today on News 7 at 5, a report says thousands of retired soldiers could be involuntarily recalled for service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Plus the new government of Iraqi prepares to try Saddam Hussein.
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No big changes on the weather board today. Temperautures still a bit below the normal for tomorrow.

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Also today, another high ranking Roanoke school official is stepping down.
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On healthcheck, a popular star's health problems draw attention to teenage eating disorders.
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Plus Presbyterians in Richmond prepare for a decision on a highly controversial subject. News 7 at 5 is next.

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This could be a scene that is repeated more often. Reports say the Pentagon plans to recall 56-hundred soldiers back to active duty.
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The troops who will be involuntarily called up are former enlisted soldiers or officers and they could be headed to Afghanistan and Iraq.
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The reports say any former enlisted soldier who didn't serve eight years of active duty is eligible to be recalled involuntarily.
A military expert says the Pentagon's plan to recall the soldiers back into service shows the active-duty force is too small to handle operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A public announcement is expected to come tomorrow. Army officials say members of Congress were being notified of the decision today.
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More than 100 Marine Reservists from the Lynchburg area will soon be doing THEIR part to help the U-S effort in Iraq.
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But residents from around central Virginia are making sure the soldiers bring a few comforts of home with them.
Donations of food, toiletries and other items have been pouring in to city agencies this week.
They'll be placed into "care packages" for the reservists to bring with them.
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The Marines and their families will be honored with a Family Day at the American Legion on Friday.
They'll spend six weeks training in California before being deployed to Iraq.
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In Iraq, the wheels of justice will begin turning tomorrow for Saddam Hussein and eleven members of his former regime.
As Teri Okita reports, despite Iraqi rule now in place, not much has changed.
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(( NO ONE EXPECTED IRAQ'S SECURITY PROBLEMS TO DISAPPEAR WITH THE HANDOVER OF POWER...AND THEY HAVEN'T.
A ROADSIDE BOMB IN BAGHDAD THIS MORNING KILLED SEVERAL MARINES...THE FIRST U-S CAUSALITIES IN THE NEW IRAQ.
THE LEADER OF THE NEW IRAQ...HELD HIS FIRST NEWS CONFERENCE SINCE THE HANDOVER....CONFIRMING THAT SADDAM HUSSEIN WILL BE TRANSFERRED TOMORROW TO IRAQI LEGAL CUSTODY.
IYAD ALLAWI/IRAQI INTERIM PRIME MINISTER "We would like to show the world that the Iraqi government means business and wants to do business and stabilize Iraq."
THE FORMER DICTATOR WILL REMAIN IN A U-S RUN JAIL BECAUSE IRAQ DOES NOT HAVE A SUITABLE PRISON TO HOLD HIM. ALLAWI SAYS HIS TRIAL IS STILL MONTHS AWAY.
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THE EXACT FATE OF U.S. MILITARY HOSTAGES REMAINS UNKNOWN. ARAB BROADCASTER AL JAZERRA SAYS THIS VIDEO SHOWS MARINE SPECIALIST KEITH MAUPIN, CAPTURED IN APRIL, MOMENTS BEFORE HE WAS SHOT TO DEATH. THE U-S MILITARY HAS NOT CONFIRMED THAT. AND THERE'S NO WORD ON THE FATE OF MARINE CORPORAL WASSEF ALI HASSOUN. MILITANTS HAVE THREATENED TO BEHEAD HIM UNLESS ALL IRAQI PRISONERS ARE RELEASED. AL JAZEERA ALSO ANNOUNCED THREE TURKISH HOSTAGES HAVE BEEN RELEASED...BUT NO WORD YET ON THEIR WHEREABOUTS. TERI OKITA/CBS NEWS: NOW THAT HANDOVER IS COMPLETE....THE NEW U-S AMBASSADOR JOHN NEGROPONTE TO IRAQ IS SETTING UP SHOP...AS THE STATE DEPARTMENT REPLACES THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT AS THE LEAD U-S AGENCY IN IRAQ. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, BAGHDAD.))

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Jurors hearing the case of a Roanoke man accused of murder were visably shaken by graphic testimony today.
27 year old Carl Richardson- or Kalif Freed Adbul Mateen as he is also known, is charged with the murder of Neesha Edwards and the wounding of another man in December 2003. The medical examiner was among witnesses called to testify today. He told the courtroom Neesha Edwards died from three gunshot wounds to the head. Jurors seemed disturbed by graphic autopsy photos. One began to cry. Police believe Richardson is responsible for the December shooting, saying he was a jealous boyfriend who was upset Edwards had moved on with her life.

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Three thousand Presbyterians flocked to Richmond this week for the church's 216th General Assembly.
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Meghan Muldoon dropped in on the meetings. She joins us now with more.
This week the Presbyterian Church is addressing some thorny issues.
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Banning late-term abortion, declining membership are all on the docket
But the most controversial issue is whether or not the church should allow gay clergy.
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(( Sexual conduct standards for men and women seeking ordination has been a divisive issue in the Presbyterian Church for more than 25 years.
Currently the church forbids practicing homosexuals from becoming pastors.
Repeated attempts to lift the ban have failed.
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((15:34:01 people are pretty passionate about it we have some folks it's probably their number one issue but it is sorta divisive, people have strong convictions and they haven't quite found a way to put those two things together yet. :22))
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Liberals say the ban on gay clergy is driving young people away from the church.
Church officials admit that membership is declining but they don't necessary attribute the loss to the ordination policy.
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((15:31:26 like other main line denominations member ship our people are really concerned about that. :35))
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Despite the divisiveness of the gay clergy issue, church officials say the discussions have remained civil.
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((15:33:21 the debates have been fairly cordial somewhat respectfull and i'm always encouraged by that.))
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A committee is expected to make a recommendation on the gay clergy issue within the hour.
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Last year the same committee referred the issue to a special task force. Many believe they will so the same thing this year

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Coming up next on the newscast, Roanoke's City School System is losing another upper level employee.
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Plus prices are coming down at the gas pumps, but analysts say we'll have to wait and see if they will keep it up.
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The exodus continues in the leadership of the Roanoke City Schools.
Today, Executive for Human Resources Paul Britt confirmed that he will leave the school system at the end of July.
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Britt is getting married next month, and says he will be moving to Richmond.
He has been with the Roanoke City schools for two years, but has 29 years of service in the state and is eligible for early retirement.
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Britt joins Superintendent Wayne Harris, and Assistant Superintendents Dick Kelley and Rita Bishop who all plan to leave the school system between now and the end of the year.

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Protecting children from Porn on line versus first amendment rights.
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Today the Supreme Court says a law aimed at keeping kids from seeing dirty pictures on line may violate the First amendment.
The Court declared the law a free speech infringement, but stopped short of ending the fight over the law
Instead they sent it back to a lower court for a trial.
That'll allow discussion of what new technology, if any, might allow adults to see material that's legal for them, while keeping the material away from kids.
The law would have allowed fines up to 50-thousand dollars for placing pornography within easy reach of children online.
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Many people are breathing a sigh of relief at the gas pumps.
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Prices are finally going down- consumers are seeing some relief at the pumps.
The National Petroleum Institute says the national average price per gallon is now 1.98.. down 12 cents over the past month.
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((JOHN FELMY/AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE: FORTUNATELY RIGHT NOW THE ROLLER COASTER HAS PEAKED AND IT APPEARS THAT PRICES HAVE COME DOWN. WE'LL HAVE TO SEE WHAT THEY DO GOING FORWARD IN TERMS OF ALL THE FACTORS IN TERMS OF WHAT CAUSED THEM TO INCREASE> WILL THEY CONTINUE TO DECREASE? OF COURSE THAT'S AN UNKNOWN.))
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Felmy cited a number of factors over the past year for the increase in prices, including the invasion in Iraq, terrorist attacks the August blackout in the norhteast and a cut in OPEC production.
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In health check tonight,
Published reports last week said Mary Kate Olsen, one of the famous Olsen twins, is batting an eating disorder.
But Olsen is not alone, one out of every hundred teenage girls is starving herself.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more -- Joy does this just affect women?
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Jean - actually about 10 percent of those with eating disorders are men.
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Typically it starts with a diet , and eventually turns into an obsession.
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Wright says the stress of new life challenges and social factors can lead to eating disorders, where the person feels the pressure to be thin.
There is also a biological element --- someone with a mother or sister with an eating disorder is 12 times more like

ly to develop one.
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((THE AGE RANGE IS GENERALLY FROM 12 TO 25, GENERALLY IT'S AMONG THE TEENAGE POPULATION. A LOT OF TIMES THIS GIRLS COME FROM MIDDLE TO UPPER END ECONOMIC HOUSEHOLDS. MANY ARE SUCCESSFUL YOUNG WOMEN WHO ARE EAGER TO PLEASE)) [RUNS17]
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The warning signs of an eating disorder include excessive weight loss, obsession over calories, spending lots of time in the mirror, obsession over excercising, and being secretive about eating.
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(( IF THESE WARNINGS SIGNS GO UNCHECKED SEVERE MEDICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS CAN RESULT SUCH AS HEART PROBLEMS, KIDNEY PROBLEM, LIVER PROBLEMS. BUT WITH TREATMENT THESE PROBLEMS CAN BE REVERSED)) [RUNS18]
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Wright hopes the attention on Mary Kate will encourage more people to seek professional help. ))

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For more information on eating disorders you can find a link to National Eating Disorder Association on our web page.
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Jean,

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Coming up next on the newscast Robin will have our detailed forecast.
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[VO] Then a little bit later, a U-S Space probe prepares to run rings around one of our distant neighbors.
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Mike Stevens is up next on the newscast.
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After the break, he'll tell us why Serena Williams and Jennifer Capriatti are on another collision course.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your Tuesday ticker which starts on the football field. The Ronde and Tiki Barber NFL Twins Skills Camp kicked off today.
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146 eight and nine year olds came out to Cave Spring Junior High for the camp. Over the next three days over 400 youngsters will have a chance to meet the two former Super Bowl participants and be coached by them and a host of other local high school coaches like Northside's Jim Hickam and Salem's Steve Magenbaurer. Hard to believe but this is the seventh year of the Ronde and Tiki Barber camp.
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Now coming up at six, we will have more on the camp and how Ronde and Tiki Barber are spending their down time. Steve Mason will give us a tour of the Barbers RV tonight at six.

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The women dominated the action at Wimbledon today as the road to the final four developed nicely for a number of players including Serena Williams, who is after a three-peat.
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Serena served up 12 aces -- including one clocked at a Wimbledon women's record of 126 mph -- and overwhelmed 16-year-old Tatiana Golovin 6-2, 6-1 to advance to the Wimbledon quarterfinals. The match lasted just 55 minutes. She will now face Jennifer Capriati who beat Nadia Petrova 6-4 and 6-4 in a grueling fourth-round match today. Serena and Capriati have played 15 times, with Williams leading 9 wins to 6. Capriati has won the past two meetings. There also was a little history made today as 17-year-old Russian Maria Sharapova advanced to her first Grand Slam semi-finals with 7-5, 5-7, 6-1 win. Sharapova, who at six feet tall also has a modeling contract, is the youngest Wimbledon semifinalist since Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova made it to the final four in 1997 at 16.
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We'll be back at the top of the hour with a bizarre story involving for Kentucky basketball great Jack "Goose" Givens.
Take care everybody, Jean will be right back. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, a strong surge in consumer optimism sent the stock markets higher. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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The Cassini space probe should arrive on Saturn tomorrow.
It has traveled for seven years and is finally poised to give scientists a new view at one of our most distant planets.
Drew Levinson has more.
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((If Space is the final frontier---Nasa's scientists are it's

pioneers....and their wagon train through the cosmos is now just hours from it's destination.
For the next four years the Cassini Space Probe will check out Saturn from top to bottom.

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"WE'RE ABOUT TO START ON A DELICIOUS SMORGASBORD OF SCIENTIFIC OPPORTUNITIES BEFORE US."
Wednesday night when Cassini begins it's orbit--it will be about 12-thousand-five hundred miles above Saturn's cloud tops--closer than any other spacecraft in history.
Among the mysteries scientists hope to answer--where do those rings come from and why are they those colors?
Inside the Cassini is a probe called the Huygens.
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The Cassini took off seven years ago from Cape Canaveral.
Nasa teamed up with other space agencies for what is considered the most ambitious planetary space exploration ever mounted. So far it's been smooth sailing towards the stars...but there's always the potential for a mishap.

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WHILE I CAN'T TELL YOU IT'S GOING TO BE A SLAM DUNK, THERE IS NOTHING I CAN POINT TO, IT'S LOOKING VERY SOLID)
Already--Cassini has beamed home incredible images of the ringed planet and its moons. It's even captured the raspy sounds of space.

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The seven year voyage is just about over---now the next phase is set to

begin.

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"WE'RE GOING TO END UP A FOUR YEAR TOUR WITH A BANG, LOOK DOWN ON SATURN AND GET A FABULOUS VIEW."
One Scientist likened Cassini and Huygens to time machines--taking us back to examine a world that may resemble the earth four and a half billion years ago. A futuristic leap into space that will make history. Drew Levinson, CBS News.)
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