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Coming up on News 7--

The Supreme Court says a law aimed at keeping children away from on-line porn is too strict.
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And, months before he goes to trial, Saddam Hussein will be transferred to Iraqi custody this week.
Meanwhile, the deadly attacks continue against U-S troops.
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Partly to mostly sunny skies across the region as some drier air moves in. Will it continue. I'll let you know in your forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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"The wheels of justice" begin turning tomorrow for Saddam Hussein and 11 of his former regime members.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Iraq's prime minister announced today that Saddam will be transferred this week to Iraqi legal custody.
However, U- S authorities will still maintain physical custody of him.
Teri Okita has more from Iraq.
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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.

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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.

SOT: 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.
IRAQI OFFICIALS WERE LESS SPECIFIC WHEN IT CAME TO SECURITY. THE IMPOSITION OF EMERGENCY RULE REMAINS A POSSIBILITY, BUT THEY SAY DETAILS ARE STILL A DAY OR TWO AWAY.
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.

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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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A small package exploded aboard a Turkish Airlines plane, injuring three workers today in Istanbul.
Passengers had already gotten off the plane, and were not injured.
Authorities believe two grams of plastic explosives were inside the package when it blew up.
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The blast occurred hours before President Bush left Turkey, wrapping up the two- day NATO summit in Istanbul.
It was another day of violent protests against the summit.
Riot police fired tear gas at the demonstrators, and made several arrests.
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After nearly a quarter century- long break, the U-S has resumed diplomatic relations with Libya.
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President Bush pledged to work toward a complete normalization of relations between the two countries.
In a letter to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, Bush hailed cooperation between U- S and Libyan experts on scrapping the North African country's weapons of mass destruction programs.
The U-S had closed its embassy in Libya in 19-80, and relations with Libya worsened with the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in 19-88.
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The Supreme Court says a law aimed at protecting children from on- line pornography may go too far.
The court split five-to-four over the law-- which was passed in 19-98 to help shield Web surfing kids from inappropriate material.
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Most of the justices said the law probably violates the First Amendment.
But this decision won't end the battle.
The Supreme Court is sending the case back to a lower court, where the government may have another chance to prove its argument that the law doesn't go too far.
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Carl Richardson's murder trial continues today in Roanoke. This morning the first person on the scene and an evidence technician testified for the Commonwealth against the 27 year old Richardson. A neighbor who found Neesha Edwards said he saw an African American male leave the scene in a a dark colored S-U-V.
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The evidence technician testified police found a number of gunshells on the scene.
Neesha Edwards was murdered on December 18th at the Caru apartments. Her boyfriend was also shot in the neck.
Police believe Carl Richardson was jealous of the couple's relationship and committed both crimes.
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A proposed law that would keep horses from America from ending up on dinner tables overseas is running into a hurdle.
At least some members of the House Agriculture Committee oppose the legislation.
Its chairman is Sixth District Congressman Bob Goodlatte and last night he faced horse lovers in Lexington. Justin McLeod has more.
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Here's something you don't always see everyday, horses in downtown Lexington.
They're part of a protest against the slaughter of horses.
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Several hundred of those people turned out for a town hall meeting sponsored by Congressman Goodlatte.
They want to know specifically why the Congressman opposes a bill that would end horse slaughter in America for human consumption in Europe and Asia.
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But Congressman Goodlatte points out the bill may do more harm than good.
He fears the number of unwanted horses in this country would sky rocket.
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((CONGRESSMAN BOB GOODLATTE/(R) SIXTH DISTRICT: WE'RE TALKING ABOUT HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF HORSES BECAUSE THE LIFE EXPECTANCY OF A HORSE WHEN IT IS NOT SLAUGHTERED IS MANY YEARS UNTIL THEY ACCUMULATE OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME.)) [Runs06]
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Many who showed up at this meeting disagree with the Congressman but there were a few who support his position.
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Those hoping to change the Congressman's mind went home disappointed but horse lovers say they're not giving up.
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A furniture maker based in Galax is cutting more jobs.
Vaughan-Bassett Furniture is closing its factory in Sumter, South Carolina.
The company blames the move on cheaper furniture imports from China.
The move will cut 350 jobs. Vaughan-Bassett says it will move its production from South Carolina to its other factories.
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Coming up next on the newscast, a church reconsiders its stance on allowing homosexual ministers.
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Plus we'll tell you why some people say a memorial to England's Princess Diana is little more than a drainage ditch.

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More than a dozen people face charges related to operating a major drug ring in the New River Valley.
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A federal grand jury indicted 14-people on 47-charges, including distributing crack cocaine, illegally possessing and using a firearm, and assaulting witnesses. Authorities arrested 12 of the 14 yesterday, including the alleged ring-leader, Richard Lighty of New York. Officials believe Lighty and his group distributed between two-and-a-half and 10-million dollars worth of cocaine, since November of 1999.
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((JOHN BROWNLEE/U. S. ATTORNEY:THESE MEMBERS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT RISK THEIR LIFE EVERY DAY TO JUST KEEP BRINGING THEM DOWN 34 AND SO INVESTIGATIONS ARE UP AND THESE DEFENDANTS NOW KNOW IT, AND THOSE WHO ARE OUT THERE SELLING IT, YOUR TIME IS COMING.))
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Authorities say Lighty and three other key players in the ring are also members of the Bloods street gang -- and used that to intimidate their associates. Police are still looking for one of them, and a woman also charged in the ring.
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A Presbyterian Church committee is expected to make a recommendation today in Richmond on whether to lift a ban on gay ministers.
For years, church liberals have been pushing to have the ban lifted.
At a church meeting yesterday, gays and lesbians said the church's stance on homosexuality is driving away young people.
But conservatives contend that the scriptures denounce homosexuality.

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A controversial tax in the New River Valley may be voted on next month.
The Montgomery County board of Supervisors held a public hearing last night on a plan to slash the merchants tax.

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It's a tax on all inventory at local businesses. Several business owners maintain it's too high.
Local auto dealers have even moved their cars out of the county to avoid paying up.
The board is considering dropping the August tax assessment and lowering the tax by a dollar-45.
A vote could now come at the board's July 12 meeting.
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Nearly seven years after Princess Diana's death in a Paris car crash, a memorial in her honor will be unveiled next week.
But as Mark Phillips reports, some Brits believe the memorial is all wet.
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(( The object of the exercise was to create a focal point for the memory of Princess Diana and, sure enough, her memorial -- unveiled to the public today -- has proven as controversial as her life. A meandering stream that splits at the top, flows gently downhill and re-assembles in a pool at the bottom has already become a love it or hate it proposition. 'A warm inclusive place,' say some... 'more like a drainage ditch,' say others. It was designed by an Anglo-American par
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Fountain I WANTED VERY MUCH IT TO BE A PLACE YOU WALKED INTO ...A TOTAL ENVIRONMENT..., NOT AN OBJECT THAT YOU WALKED AROUND...SHE WAS SO INCLUSIVE WE WANTED IT TO BE A PLACE YOU FELT YOU WERE PART OF.... (fountain/dissolve to Di at Serpentine Gallery that night/dissolve to candle-light vigil) The fountain is sited in London's Hyde Park -- just a stone's throw incidentally, from the place where Diana glarmourously strode the night her former husband Prince Charles was admitting his adultry on TV... and not far from Kensington Palace where she lived and where the vigil after her death spontaneously took place. (on cam) Just what form the permanent memorial to Diana should take was not an easy choice. About a hundred designs were considered and then they just about had to flip a coin to decide on this one. It's a kind of
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T REPRESENTS WHAT THEY FELT ABOUT DIANA, FOR THE BRITISH PEOPLE, DIANA WAS A NATIONAL ICON, -- EDIT -- AND I DON'T THINK THAT THIS MOMUMENT LOOKS AS THOUGH ITS GOING TO BE THAT SORT OF STATURE. 010235 Others say its gently flowing design
reflects Diana's true nature. (SOT Rosa Muncton) ITS CONTEMPORARY, AND ITS SLEEK AND ITS MODERN,THERE ARE BITS WHERE

THE WATER RUSHES YOU KNOW HER TURBULENT BITS OF HER LIFE THERE ARE CALM BITS, AND ITS A CIRCLE OF LIFE AND ITS VERY FEMININE...ABSOLTELY DIDN'T WANT A FOUNTAIN THAT WENT STRAIGHT UP IN A VERY MASCULINE WAY The official opening next month promises more controversy and drama. The Queen, who has never publically mentioned the D word since Diana's funeral, will preside. Her brother -- Earl Spencer -- on the outs with the Royal House of Windsor since his eulogy roasting them, will also be here. If it weren't being held in mid summer the coolness between the Windsors and the Spencers might just turn this fountain into an ice sculpture... MARK PHILLIPS, CBS NEWS, LONDON ))
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A company is giving some bread to a Roanoke children's center. We'll tell you who the West End Center has to thank for the donation after the break.
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Also we'll have an update as fires up west continue to consume thousands of acres.
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Sara Lee Bakery Group donated five thousand dollars today to Roanoke's West End Center for Youth.
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It comes during the summer months, when school lunch programs are not available, raising the risk of malnutrition or hunger. The center's executive director says 140 children in grades K through 12 are enrolled in their summer camp program.
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Heiner's, a division of Sara Lee, delivered bread products today for the children's lunches.
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The federal government says use it, or lose it.
It's reminding states that they have to make plans to spend more than two- billion dollars in education money -- or lose it.
The Department of Education reports that states still have high balances left from a 2002 federal payout.
Meanwhile, the Census Bureau says more Americans have high school and college diplomas than ever before.
Educational levels have risen for blacks and Hispanics, but both groups still trail whites in most categories.

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Wildfire season rages on out west-
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A huge brush fire has burned more than 22- thousand acres of national forest land in Arizona.
Officials say flames from the so- called "Willow Fire" are beginning to threaten some structures.
About 440 firefighters are now fighting against the blaze.
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A brush fire has also broken out in Nevada-- in the Desert National Wildlife Refuge just northeast of Las Vegas.
It's being called the Coyote Springs Fire.
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((GREG MAREIL/FIRE OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR: IT'S NOT THREATENING ANY HOUSES, NOT THREATENING ANY STRUCTURES. IT'S PROBABLY DOING MORE GOOD THAN ANYTHING, CLEARING OUT THE OLD BRUSH UP THERE AND LOWERING THE FUEL. ))

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The U-S fish and Wildlife Service owns the burning land.
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More than a hundred amateur golfers are preparing for a big weekend. We'll tell you what they are up to after the break,
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also we'll tell you why there are more signs that Shaq is beginning to PACK.
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The big man in L-A has already said he wants out, and it looks like he's taking steps to move out of town.
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Shaquille O'Neal has been outspoken since the end of the season-- stating that he wants out of the Lakers' organization.
He made a statement of a different kind yesterday, as he put his 12 thousand 500 square foot L.A. mansion up for sale. Shaq wants to be traded to Sacramento.
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The Virginia State Amateur golf tournament opens today and tomorrow with 126 amateurs trying to make the field of 32.
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The top 32 will then begin match play Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The championship consists of a 36- hole final match Saturday.
This is the first time since 1974 the state amateur has returned to the Roanoke Valley.
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[vo nat con't] The star city and surrounding areas will be well represented. Ryan Stinnett, this year's Big East medalist and a four- time NCAA regional participant will be one of many locals teeing it up.
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They'll also get to see the man himself - Martinsville's two-time state- AM champ Keith Decker tee it up.

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Former Wahoo, Matt Schaub could find himself backing up former rival Michael Vick, when Atlanta Falcons training camp starts.
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Schaub attended an autograph card show recently in Richmond, where he signed alongside some of the NFL's best, including former Redskin Joe Theisman.
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Schaub, who already has gone through mini camp in Atlanta,
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