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Today on news 7 at 5, the prosecution and defense rest in a Roanoke murder trial.
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Also a judge's decision could end the sale of a Bankrupt Business in Bedford.
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Warm temperatures and a chance for showers. A typical summer forecast just ahead.

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Also today, a convicted child killer leaves prison by limousine.
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On Healthcheck, Miss Virginia tries to help others overcome bulimia.
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And Roanoke City Council picks its next member. News 7 at 5 is next.

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A jury in Roanoke could soon have the case of a man accused of killing his former girlfriend.
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After three days of testimony, a Roanoke murder trial is entering its final phase.
27 year old Carl Richardson is accused of killing Neesha Edwards and wounding another man last December.
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Susan Bahorich has been following the case and is outside the Roanoke courthouse tonight.
Susan, what's the latest?
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Plans to buy a bankrupt company in Bedford are now on hold.
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Today a judge denied Rubatex's motion to terminate a collective bargaining agreement it made in 2001 with its unionized workers. The bankrupt company filed the motion in order to close a tentative deal it made with a prospective buyer, Rubatex Aquisition L-L-C. R-A-L agreed to purchase two of Rubatex's six facilities, under the condition that the collective bargaining agreement was terminated. Attorneys for the German based company now say they have no interest in buying the company, and have no interest in negotiating with the union workers. We'll have more on this story coming up on News 7 at Six.
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Saddam Hussein is due in court tomorrow.
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Iraq's new government took legal control of Saddam and 11 of his top aides today.
The 67 year old Saddam is expected to face charges, the first step toward a trial that may not begin until next year.
His lawyer says the trial will not be fair.
Saddam will stay in a U-S run jail to ensure his safety, but last night insurgents attacked the base where he is reportedly being held. Eleven American soldiers were hurt, two seriously.
Meanwhile today the U-S re-opened its embassay in Iraq for the first time in thirty years.
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Beginning next week more than 56-hundred former soldiers will be notified they'll be back in uniform- and heading to active duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Joel Steinberg, the New York lawyer convicted of killing his illegally adopted daughter- is a free man tonight.
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Steinberg left prision in a limosine with the 104 dollars he earned working as an inmate paralegal.
The 63 year old served 17 of his 25 year sentence.
Steinberg was convicted of beating his six year old daughter in their New York apartment in 1987- and then going out without calling for help.
Steinberg's case put the national spotlight on domestic violence and led to child abuse hotlines around the country.
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Roanoke City Council will have a vacancy, but not for long.
Today, a majority of council members said they want Brenda McDaniel to fill the seat that Nelson Harris will vacate when he becomes mayor.
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The vote won't happen until next week, but today four members of council said they support McDaniel's appointment.
Mayor-elect Nelson Harris said they were looking for a woman who was non- political and deeply involved in civic affairs.
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Also today, officials from Roanoke City and Roanoke County toasted the creation of the Western Virginia Water Authority.
With a signing ceremony, they executed the operating agreement and transferred the utility assets of both jurisdictions to the new water authority.
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Up next on the newscast, the Commonwealth will see some new laws take effect tomorrow.
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Also the government is out with its annual warnings about firework safety. At least one man's family wishes he was still around to hear it.
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For thousands of Americans last year, Independence Day was anything but a celebration.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says 93 hundred people were injured by fireworks last year.
Just yesterday, one man in Florida was killed and another was injured while playing with fireworks.
Stacy Case has more.
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SOT: I just seen someone jump out of the car. He was still on fire.


TRACK: AUTHORITIES SAY A STRAY SPARK OR CIGARETTE IGNITED A STOCKPILE OF FIREWORKS AND THE CAR BLEW UP. ONE MAN IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION.
ARTAVIUS WALKER DIED--- HIS FAMILY SAYS IT'S SENSELESS.



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He shouldn't have been in the car playing with 'em ( pause) a lesson to be learned through all of this.
LOCATOR: WASHINGTON, DC TRACK: AND A LESSON THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION IS BLASTING HOME WITH SIMULATIONS LIKE THIS. NAT: boom.. today explosion--watermelon
TRACK: THIS DEMONSTRATES THE DANGERS OF --MAKING-- ILLEGAL FIREWORKS.
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TRACK: AND --BUYING-- THEM.
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TRACK: INVESTIGATORS HAVE SEIZED MORE THAN 450 MILLION OF THE ILLEGAL EXPLOSIVES IN AN INTENSE CAMPAIGN TO STOP THE BLACK MARKET TRADE.
STAND UP BRIDGE: STACY CASE/CBS NEWS 00:45:38 THE MAJORITY OF DEATHS AND INJURIES LAST YEAR INVOLVED CHILDREN USING LEGAL FIREWORKS AND PARENTS NOT RECOGNIZING THE HIDDEN DANGERS.
TRACK: A SIMPLE SPARKLER BURNS AT 2000 DEGREES.
SUPER: HAL STRATTON/US CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION sparklers burn very hot. sometimes parents don't look at sparklers as being a real firework
TRACK: THIS VIRGINIA DEALER HAS BEEN IN BUSINESS MORE THAN 20 YEARS.
HE'S ALL FOR SAFETY--- MINUS WHAT HE CALLS, "THE HYPE."


SUPER: STEVE MOROFFKO/FIREWORKS SALESMAN i really don't like the way they show it on tv and blow the watermelons up and blow people's half their face off and stuff. butt: 00:43:05 i've never had an incident in 24 years since i've been here.
NAT: pretty fireworks TRACK: WHATEVER IT TAKES, THE COMMISSION SAYS, TO HELP MAKE THE 4TH A DAY TO CELEBRATE... NOT A DAY OF DANGER. STACY CASE CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.))

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Virginia's roads will become safer tomorrow.
At least that is when a number of highway safety laws are scheduled to go into effect.
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Starting July first, the state is cracking down on drag racers and agressive drivers.
Also motorists over the age of 80 will need to pass a vision test before renewing their drivers licenses.
Another new law allows pharmacists, nurses and therapists to anonymously report an incompetent driver to the D-M-V.

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((VINCE BURGESS/ASSISTANT DMV COMMISSIONER: IF THERE IS A MEDICAL CONDITION THAT ONE NEEDED TO BE TAKEN OFF THE ROADWAY THEN THIS WOULD BE AN ADDITIONAL GROUP OF PROFESSIONALS THAT COULD IDENTIFY THAT INDIVIDUAL AS HAVING SOME CONCERN AND THEN PASSING THAT ALONG TO OUR MEDICAL REVIEW BOARD HERE AT DMV TO RESPOND TO THAT.))
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As of tomorrow, tractor trailers on Interstate 81 must keep to the right.
A new law taking effect prohibits trucks from travelling in the left-most lane where that are at least three lanes OR when they are traveling 15 miles per hour below the speed limit.
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In health check tonight,
The new Miss Virginia talks about her battle with an eating disorder. Mariah Rice says she suffered for two years with bulimia.
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Joy Sutton joins with more. Joy why is Miss Virginia sharing her story?
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Jean, She wants to help her other young women.
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Her platform for Miss Virginia stems from her eating disorder. It's called "Fighting Insecurities in Young Teens".
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Even the song Mariah Price choose for her talent for Miss Virginia reflects -- her personal triumph over the eating disorder--that stemmed from depression over the loss of several family members.
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Price kept it a secret even from her own family --and she says because she never got deathly thin people didn't seem to notice.
Until one day her father confronted her --concerned that something was seriously wrong.
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((MY DAD CAME UP STAIRS AND HE SAT ON MY BED AND HE STARTED TO CRY AND HE SAID TELL ME WHAT I CAN DO, WHAT'S WRONG. BY HIM TAKING THAT BOLD Step AND CONFRONTING HIS DAUGHTER WITH HER PROBLEM THAT'S WHERE I BEGIN TO SEEK HELP IT WAS JUST A CHANGE UP HILL FROM THEN ON OUT)) [RUNS21]
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A change that has now put her in the spotlight - not only as the New Miss Virginia --but as an inspiring young women is using her life story to help others.
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((I WANTED TO USE MY STORY BECAUSE IT WAS UNIQUE. I OVERCAME MY DISORDER IN A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME AND I STARTED TO USE THAT TO LET OTHER PEOPLE KNOW YOU DON'T HAVE TO BATTLE IT YOUR ENTIRE LIFE. YOU CAN GET THROUGH IT)) [RUNS14]
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Rice actually helps the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. You can find a link their website on our web page.
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Jean,

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Still to come on the newscast, we'll meet a girl who is able to face the future with a little more hope thanks to some talented doctors.
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[VO] Then in our Marketwatch report, we'll see how the stock markets are reacting to today's increased in interest rates.
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Coming up today following sports,
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the government may not put more cash in your wallet, but it is about to put some NEW money there.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your mid week ticker. NFL stars Ronde and Tiki Barber wrapped up day tow of their NFL Twins camp this afternoon.

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But that has hard ly meant to end of their day. Steve Mason joins us from the Brambleton Kroger where the Barber are about to begin an autograph session for fans. Steve
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The second and final stroke play round of the Virginia State Amateur golf tournament at the Roanoke Country Club is winding up at this hour.
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The amateur field is made up of 126 golfers from all over the state - including some familiar faces from other walks of life. Many successful businessmen are in the field, and then there is this guy. A Frederickburg school teacher that area football fans will remember as one heck of a Tech kicker - Chris Kinzer.
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Kinzer kicked Tech to the 1986 Peach Bowl title as he scored 93 points that season and hit 5 game winning field goals.
Now he and his wife are expecting their first child.
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After the last of the 126 golfers finish up today, the field will be sliced down to just the top 32. Those gentlemen will then begin match play competition tomorrow before eventually crowning a new state amateur champ on Saturday. Jean will be back in just a moment. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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For the first time in four years, the Federal Reserve has raised short-term interest rates. The widely expected move takes the benchmark federal funds rate up a-quarter of a point to one and a-quarter percent.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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While Iraq takes it's first steps toward democracy, a young girl is celebrating a more personal victory.
Four years ago, the girls father sold everything he owned in search of someone who could make his daughter smile.


Kelly Cobiella has a progress report.
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(( Eman Hashim has lived all her 13 years not knowing how it feels to smile. Born with a facial deformity so severe.. she was shuned in her native Baghdad. MAY 18, 2004: It was heartbreaking for her parents, who fought for four years.. through bombings.. and across borders.. for help. In May, the non-profit surgeons group Operation Smile came to the rescue.. Doctors at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters in Norfolk described it as the most complex case they've ever encountered. Not only did they have to rebuild Hashim's mouth.. but they had to create a nose using bone from her skull. After a 20-hour surgery.... Eman Hashim can smile. DR. WILLIAM MAGEE, OPERATION SMILE: SHE'S A BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT LITTLE GIRL AND THAT MUST BE TORTURE. SO IF WE CAN GIVE HER THE OPPORTUNITY TO COME OUT IN SOCIETY, TO GO TO SCHOOL, TO ENGAGE OTHER PEOPLE, WE ARE REALLY GIVING HER LIFE.
It is only the first step. Hashim still needs two more surgeries to fix her nose and eyes. But she can show the world just how she feels... without saying a word. Kelly Cobiella CBS NEWS.))


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The Federal Government will soon be issuing an new 50 dollar bill.
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The newly redesigned Series 2004 $50 notes, features subtle background colors of blue and red, images of a waving American flag and a small metallic silver-blue star.
They will be issued on September 28.
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