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Today on News 7 at 5, a Senate report says the C-I-A used false or misleading information leading up to the war with Iraq.
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Also a fire idles most work at a New River Valley factory.
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Weekend forecast is a winner Saturday and not a bad effort Sunday. Details and the latest from the News 7 WeatherBug in a moment.

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Also today, health officials take a different approach to deal with the West Nile virus.
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A leading car maker says it will not recall some vehicles even though a problem could lead to vehicle fires.
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Also we'll meet the winner of the 294 MILLON dollar lottery jackpot. News 7 at 5 is next.
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A new report says the CIA provideed misleading intelligence information on Iraq before the U-S invasion-
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
The report is hard hitting blasting the CIA and what it reported to the Bush Administration before the U-S invasion on Iraq.
The report says the outgoing head of the CIA did not want to listen to opinions that contradicted his own.
Aleen Sirgany has more from Washington, DCTERMS.
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((IT IS A SCATHING REPORT BLASTING THE C-I-A. AFTER A YEAR-LONG INVESTIGATION, LAWMAKERS HAVE RELEASED THEIR FINDINGS ON THE AGENCY'S INTELLIGENCE LEADING UP TO THE WAR IN IRAQ. Sen. Jay Rockefeller/D-West Virginia, Senate Intelligence Committee
We would not have authorized that war with 75 votes if we knew what we know now.
THE REPORT FINDS THE C-I-A FAILED MISERABLY IN GATHERING INFORMATION ABOUT IRAQ, RELYING ON QUESTIONABLE SOURCES AND IGNORING CONFLICTING EVIDENCE. IN THE 5-HUNDRED-PLUS PAGE REPORT, SENATORS ACCUSE ANALYSTS OF USING "GROUP THINK" ASSUMPTIONS THAT LED THEM TO OVERSTATE THE THREAT OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, THE REASON PRESIDENT BUSH GAVE FOR GOING TO WAR.

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We need to know, I want to know. I want to know how to make the agencies better

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The committee's report does not acknowledge whether that intel estimates were shaped by the administration. In my view it's an open question and needs more scrutiny.
THE REPORT WAS PARTLY BLACKED OUT FOR SECURITY REASONS, MEANING MUCH INFORMATION WILL REMAIN SECRET: Ron Wyden/(D-Oregon) Senate Intelligence Committee This is really illustrative of what we face and what the country faces on getting the facts out to the american people. THE HEAD OF THE CIA, GEORGE TENET, IS STEPPING DOWN IN TWO DAYS. THE MAN WHO TAKES OVER IN THE INTERIM, JOHN MCLAUGHLIN, ACKNOWLEDGED HE'S GOT HIS WORK CUT OUT FOR HIM: John McLaughlin/Interim CIA Deputy Director: We get it. Although we think the judgments were not unreasonable when they were made nearly two years ago, we understand with all we have learned since then, that we could have done better. ))

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A Dublin plant that caught fire this week, won't be back to normal anytime soon.
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This morning crews were using a crane to remove a 30 by 40 foot section of burned roof from the Electroplate Rite plant. A fire broke out in the boiler room around 4:00 Thursday morning damaging about a large section of the building. The plant manager says he lost most of its production lines so the plant is only 10-percent operational right now.
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((KEITH DICKERSON: WE PROBABLY HAVE 300 PLUS ACTIVE CUSTOMERS DEPENDING ON US AND THAT THEY DON'T GET TYHEIR PRODUCT THEN THEY HAVE CUSTOMERS DEPENDING ON THEM. SO IT'S JUST A RIPPLE DOWN EFFECT.))
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Electroplate-Rite specializes in applying a metal protective coating to metal parts. The company's hoping to get about half of its 58 employees back to work by next week. It could be several weeks before the plant is fully operational.
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Health officials in the Roanoke Valley are taking a new approach to the West Nile Virus this year.
They're focusing their efforts on community prevention.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details Joy why do they feel this is the best approach?
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Jean, They say the public plays the biggest role in reducing the threat of west Nile virus in the community.
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In the meantime --health officials are cutting back on mosquito and bird surveillance -- by only monitoring specific targeted areas.
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((Health officials say they no longer need to focus their efforts on mosquito and bird surveillance --because they already know the West Nile virus is in our area --and what type of mosquitos tend to carry it.
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So -they're focusing on community prevention encouraging residents to eliminate any standing water in their backyards --that could be breeding grounds for mosquitos. So far there have been no human case reported in the Roanoke Valley.

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((THIS TIME LAST YEAR WE HAD AT LEAST ONE CASE IN THE LOCALITY. SO WE'RE HOPING OUR MEASURE TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC TO PROVEN MOSQUITO BREEDING AND PROTECT THEMSELVES BY PUTTING REPELLENT ON, THAT IS REALLY DOING THE JOB)) [RUNS11]
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But than again -- health officials say you could've contracted the virus from an infected mosquito and not know it.


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(( YOU COULD BE INFECTED BY THE WEST NILE VIRUS AND NOT EVEN KNOW IT BECAUSE YOU COULD HAVE A SLIGHT FEVER AND HEADACHE AND JUST NOT FEEL GOOD 34 AND WHAT'S YOU BEEN INFECTED YOU'RE GOING TO BUILD UP IMMUNITIES. A LOT TIME A LOT OF US HAVE HAD THE ILLNESS AN DID NOT KNOW IT )) [RUNS13]
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Statewide last year --there were 27 reported human cases of the West Nile Virus and one death.
So far this year -- a bird in Norfolk and horse in the Tidewater area have tested positive.
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A vehicle defect may be causing headaches for a major car manufacturer.
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Some models of the 2003 and 2004 Honda CR-V are catching fire after the first oil change. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration determined the problem is caused by vehicle technicians and not the SUV. When the oil filter is removed, technicians may not fully remove the seal around the filter. That could lead to an oil leak which could cause a fire. Honda is not planning on recalling any of the CR-V's yet.
However they may rewrite instructions on how to replace the filters.
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Coming up next on the newscast, some customers believe they are getting burned by McDonald's french fires.
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Plus we'll meet Geraldine Williams. She has 294 MILLION reasons to smile today.
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President Bush is touring Southeastern Pennsylvania today- one of the key battleground states in this year's election.
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Employees applauded the President as he walked into a diner-
President Bush spent time shaking hands and talking with people before it was off to a rally in Kutztown (Khutz- town) P-A- where the president says he fears the nation will be attacked again.
He says he never planned on being a war president.
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((AS A MATTER OF FACT I DIDN'T WANT TO BE A WAR PRESIDENT BUT THE ENEMY ATTACKED US ON SEPTEMBER 11TH AND I FELT AN OBLIGATION TO KEEP AMERICA SAFE.))
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The President also talked about tax relief saying his program is working to strengthen the economy. He says this is not the time to raise taxes.

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Will Virginia vote democratic in November for the first time in forty years?
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Many local veterans rallied for John Kerry today at Roanoke's City Market. They want to ensure that Virginia is Kerry-Edwards territory. The state coordinator for Veterans for Kerry says that 38 hundred veterans have pledged their support to the Democrat.

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((RICK O'DELL/STATE COORDINATOR FOR VETERANS FOR KERRY: WE HAVE SEEN MASSIVE CUTS IN VETERANS HEALTH CARE OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, THERE ARE ANTICIPATED ADDITIONAL CUTS IF GEORGE BUSH IS REELECTED.))
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Delegate Chip Woodrum is excited about the turnout and energy.
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This rally happened while Kerry and Edwards were campaigning just two hours away in Beckley, West Virginia.
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The winner of the 294 MILLION dollar Mega Millions lottery came forward to claim her prize today.
Scott Rapoport introduces us to Geraldine Williams.
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((WITH A CHECK LIKE THIS...YOU KNOW SHE'S GOT IT MAID. BUT 67 YEAR OLD GERALDINE WILLIAMS OF LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS IS USED TO CLEANING UP.
Sot: Gerladine Williams "I was a janitor..." (fade her down)
YES...THE WINNER OF THE LAST WEEKS GIGANTIC 294 MILLION DOLLAR LOTTERY JACKPOT IS A HOUSE CLEANER!
A RETIRED CUSTODIAN WHO SUPPLEMENTS HER INCOME BY CLEANING OTHER PEOPLE'S HOMES!
THO THOSE DAYS APPEAR TO BE OVER.
Sot: Geraldine Williams "I think so." (big laugh)
HER ROAD TO UNFATOMABLE WEALTH BEGAN WITH A 5 DOLLAR QUICK PICK PURCHASE AT THIS LIQUOR STORE IN HER HOMETOWN...
Sot: Geraldine Williams "I love that package store. (big laugh).
Nat/Sot The Drawing - Nat of numbers...
THEN CAME THE NAIL BITING DRAWING...
Sot: "Oh God. Oh God." (laugh)
AND WHEN IT WAS OVER...TOTAL DISBELIEF.
Sot: "I just said...oh god, oh god...let it be. Let it be." (big laugh)
NOW, GERALDINE WILL RECEIVE A SINGLE LUMP SUM PAYMENT OF 117 MILLION DOLLARS AFTER TAXES. SHE SAYS SHE PLANS TO TRAVEL, GIVE TO CHARITY... AND TAKE GOLF LESSONS.
NOT BAD FOR A MOTHER OF THREE, GRANDMOTHER OF 8 AND FORMER U.S. MARINE...
...A WOMAN WHO'S WORKED ALL HER LIFE ...
Sot: Geraldine Williams "I don't know. I don't know what it is to have money. So I hope i stay the same."

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THE FORMER JANITOR...WHO CLEANED UP IN THE LOTTERY.
SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS.))

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Many people who try to lose weight skp sugar for artificial sweetners.. from diet sodas to coffee sweetners.
But what if the zero calorie sweetners were actually making you gain weight?
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A new study at Purdue University suggests they may.
Scientists fed one group of rats sweetened liquid .. another group as given liquid with half sugar and half saccharin. Then, the rats were fed normal food.
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In fact they ate three times as much food. Scientists speculate that artificial sweetners may interfere with the body's ability to regulate calories- causing us to eat more.
Of course the operate word is speculate. Scientists say don't throw away artificial sweetners.. They say more study is needed.
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McDonalds is facing a lawsuit over its french fries.
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The fast food chain promised in September of 2002 to switch to a lower fat oil for its fries by February of this year.
But it delayed the plan over what it called concerns of product quality and customer satisfaction.
The federal lawsuit say McDonald's should have disclosed it did not switch to the healthier oil afterall.
A spokesman for the company says it will not comment until it sees the lawsuit.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Robin Reed will have our detailed weekend forecast.
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[VO] Then in Sports, Lance Armstrong stumbles early in today's Tour DuFrance.
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After the break, Mike Stevens will tell us about an early start to the Commonwealth Games.
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Plus we'll see how a photographer is trying to save the sights and sounds of Lynchburg's OLD city stadium.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the start of your weekend.
The 15th annual Commonwealth Games don't officially get underway until next weekend, but the baseball portion of the program kicked things off in Salem this afternoon.
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64 of the state's best high school players went through showcase day at Kiwanis Field, putting their speed, arm strength, and hitting on display.
Every major league team had a scout on hand, along with about 30 college coaches.
For the players, the process can be a little overwhelming.
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For most of the all stars on hand this weekend this is their first experience in a pressurized setting where getting exposure is the name of the game.
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The West team is the local entry in the games, which begin tomorrow morning at 8:30.

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The Tour De France was literally and up and down propostion for Lance Armstrong today during stage six.

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Just about 20 minutes after the riders began their 122 mile long trek, Armstrong and several others were thrown from their bikes. He was not seriously hurt and he was able to get back into the pack and post a respectable finish. He is still in 6th place. Belgium's Tom Boonen won the stage today, while France's Thomas Voeckler still has the yellow jersey and the overall lead.
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Tonight at news 7 at six, we will bring you continuing coverage of our series "above the game" which deals with the recent troubles of Virginia Tech and Virginia student athletes. Here's Steve Mason with a preview of part two.
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((STEVE MASON:IF BIG TIME STUDENT ATHLETES AT PLACES LIKE TECH AND UVA DO FEEL INVINCIBLE OR FEEL THEY ARE ABOVE LEARNING FROM THEIR MISTAKES, HOW ARE THE HOKIES AND THE CAVALIERS PREVENTING THEIR ATHLETES FROM GETTING INTO TROUBLE. COACHES FROM BOTH ATHLETIC CAMPUSSES SAY THEY ARE WORKING TOWARDS THAT VERY GOAL. ((:)) ((:))
JOIN US FOR PART TWO OF ABOVE THE GAME TONIGHT ON NEWS 7 AT SIX, STEVE MASON , NEWS 7 SPORTS.))

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On Wall Street today, the stock markets experienced some gains. But as Jean Lee tells us, it didn't not move them into the black for the week.
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Lynchburg may have a new and improved ballpark, but the sights and sounds of the OLD City Stadium can still be enjoyed, thanks to the work of a local photographer.
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David Duncan's show "Peanuts, Popcorn and Cold Beer Here" will be on display through July at 1030 Main Street in Lynchburg.
Duncan spent six years documenting the old stadium before its renovation.. and recording the thoughts of its fans and employees.
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((DAVID DUNCAN/PHOTOGRAPHER: I THINKIT BRINGS LIFE TO MY IMAGES. BECAUSE YOU CAN GO THROUGH AND LOOK AT THESE IMAGES AND WITHOUT SOUND YOU WONDER WHAT THIS.. I CAN'T BRING SMELL, BUT I CAN BRING THE HEARING TO YOU.))
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Duncan has also done a multi-media exhibit on Lynchburg in the days after 9-11.
That work is now in the Library of Congress.
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