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Today on News 7 at 5, a 56 year old man drowns in the New River.
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Also lawmakers return to Richmond to deal with a legislative mistake.
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A cold front swings through the forecast area tomorrow with showers and gusty winds. Details coming up shortly.

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Terrorists in Iraq say they have beheaded another hostage.
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Part of Williamson Road is closed after a piece of a 5-81 bridge falls onto the highway.
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More teenagers are arrested for allegedly trashing their high school.

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The second person in less than a week has drowned in the New River.
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Good Evening I'm Jean Jadhon

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The drowning happened this morning along the New River, in the Parrot section of Pulaski County.
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Rescuers say 56 year old Roger Wayne Hinkley was fishing with his young son when he apparently lost his balance, fell in the water and couldn't get out. People at the scene tried to help, but were unable to reach Hinkley. Rescuers found the victim's body after two hours of searching.
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((JOHN CASEY:THIS IS THE SECOND DROWNING IN TWO WEEKS IN THE NEW RIVER. PEOPLE THINK THAT THE RIVER ISN'T THAT DANGEROUS, BUT IT REALLY CAN BE DANGEROUS.))
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Rescuers say you should always wear a life jacket when you're around the river and have several people with you.
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It's fixed.
State legislators voted today to correct a blunder that entitled Virginia workers to a day off for the Sabbath.
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Meghan Muldoon has been following the action in Richmond.
She joins us now from the State Capitol.
Meghan, what was the mood today for legislators?
Lawmakers seemed a little sheepish about
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having to come back to Richmond a second time to fix their own mistake but on a positive, note most said they learned a valuable lesson.
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((DELEGATE MORGAN GRIFFITH: as a part-time legislature, 3000 bills in 60 days most efficient assembly in the country every once in a while we're going to miss one. :47 this is one we missed and we came in and fixed it. :50))
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It took the General Assembly only three hours to undo a mistake that was threatening the state's business community.
Lawmakers had inadvertently passed a law that entitled weekend workers to a day off.
Businesses who violated the new law would have been subject to fines or required to pay employees triple overtime.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: WHEN YOU'VE GOT NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS AND HOSPITALS I BELIEVE IT WAS THE MORE PRUDENT TO CALL THE LEGISLATURE BACK.))
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Despite the embarrassment the blunder caused, Speaker of the House Bill Howell said there is a bright side to it all.
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((SPEAKER BILL HOWELL: I CAN UNDERSTAND THE PUBLIC BEING A LITTLE CONCERNED BUT I THINK THE BIGGER ISSUE IS THERE WAS A MISTAKE AND WE CORRECTED IN A VERY WITH LITTLE COST OR EXPENSE TO ANYBODY. :20 AND TOOK CARE OF THE PROBLEM. :21))
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In the end, the Senate voted 36 to 0 and the House 79 to 1 to make the change.
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The bill had an emergency clause so it took effect as soon as Governor Warner signed it which was approximately 3:30.

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A militant group holding two Bulgarian truck drivers in Iraq says it has executed one of them.
Al-Jazeera television broadcast a videotape of the captors saying the will behead the second man in 24 hours.
Meanwhile the standoff between insurgents holding a Filipino hostage contiues.
As Elaine Cobbe (COB) reports, anger over the situation is spilling out onto the streets of Manila.
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((LOCATOR: MANILA, PHILIPPINES Track: Anger has reached new heights in the philippines..... as demonstrators rallied in support of hostage angelo de la cruz -kidnapped last week in iraq. Police pushed back protesters with water cannons, as residents called for the early withdrawal of philippine troops.
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Iraqi insurgents said they would kill de la cruz today, unless their demands were met. The philippine government made a direct appeal to the hostage-takers on Arabic television, promising to pull its troops out as soon as possible.
Standup bridge: Elaine Cobbe reports. Here in baghdad -- iraqi police continue massive sweeps across the city, as part of the interim government's crackdown on organized crime. More than 5-hundred suspects are in custody. The interior ministry says it's targeting criminals, kidnappers and looters.

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Track: Iraqi foreign minister Hoshyar Zebari appealed to NATO to speed up promised training for his country's security forces.... to help stabilize the region.... and bring promised democracy.
Sot - hoshiyar zebari/iraqi foreign minister - 8:10:06 "we are committed to the political process, to hold elections..we need the united nations to be established in iraq."

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Track: There was progress in northern iraq....where US and Kurdish forces arrested 15 militants with suspected links to al-qaeda.
Track: But US troops in the capital remain daily targets. Soldiers carried a wounded comrade to safety after an explosion on the road to the airport. One more blow to coalition forces on the treacherous road to stability.
Elaine Cobbe, CBS news, Baghdad.))

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Police discover dozens of terrorism books at an apartment complex in Williamsburg.
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A repairman apparently stumbled upon the material near a dumpster at the Governor Square apartments.
He called police after reading some of titles on 62 books all of which has something to do with terrorism.
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((BOOKS COVERING TOPICS FROM TERRORISM, TO HOW TO TORTURE, BOMB MAKING, SNIPER, THINGS ALONG THAT LINE. THERE WAS ALSO SOME UNCLASSIFIED MILITARY TRAINING MANUALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS FOR THE U-S-ARMY.))
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A police official calls the find a library of terrorist books, there were two names on them and a California address.
Police don't know if they belonged to college students, but they say a lot of college students lived in the apartment complex.
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The Virginia Department of Transportation is taking a closer look at a bridge on Interstate 581, after pieces of concrete fell onto the road below.
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Two lanes of Williamson Road were blocked this afternoon after a motorist reported small pieces of concrete falling from the underside of the bridge.
V-DOT engineers were planning to inspect the bridge this afternoon, and crews were working to remove any other pieces of concrete that might come loose.
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After the break, the state it is re-opening a popular plan that allowed parents to prepay their children's college tuition.
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plus more people are arrested in connection with the vandalism of an area high school.
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Recovery is now the focus for Sheriff's deputies working the Alleghany High School vandalism case.
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Today three-more teenagers were arrested in connection with the vandalism which is estimated to have caused 25-thousand dollars in damage. Deputies say a total of five-boys broke into the school at the end of last week breaking backboards in the gym, televisions in classrooms and discharging the fire extinguisher throughout the building. A number of items were taken including the school's coveted "Brackman Cup" which authorities are still searching for...
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((DALE MUTERSPAUGH/ALLEGHANY COUNTY SHERIFF: CAN IT BE REPLACED? YES, BUT I WOULD IMAGINE -AND I THINK I SPEAK FOR THE STUDENT BODY AND THE PUBLIC -THAT WE'D LIKE TO HAVE THE REAL THING BACK. IT MAY HAVE A SCRATCH OR TWO, BUT WE'D STILL LIKE TO RECOVER IT.))
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Muterspaugh (Moo-ters-paw) says the boys are all students or were students of Alleghany High School. Coming up tonight on News 7 at 6, we'll tell you what deputies are doing to locate the cup, plus how clean up efforts are going.
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The Democratic National Convention is just two weeks away- but the Kerry Edwards team kept a low profile today, instead letting party members do the talking.
Meanwhile President Bush headed toward some key battleground states- Aleen Sirgany has more.
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(( PRESIDENT BUSH KICKS OFF A TWO DAY TOUR OF MIDDLE AMERICA, BRINGING DAUGHTER BARBARA ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL FOR THE FIRST TIME.

HE HOPES TO SWAY VOTERS IN MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN: ALL STATES

HE LOST IN 2000. IT'S A TRIP SIMILAR TO THE ONE RIVAL JOHN KERRY TOOK JUST BEFORE NAMING JOHN EDWARDS AS HIS NUMBER TWO. PRESIDENT BUSH: Give me a chance to be your pres and america will be safer and stronger and better. PRESIDENT BUSH ARGUES KERRY IS OUT OF TOUCH WITH ISSUES IN THIS NECK OF THE WOODS. BUT WHILE THE PRESIDENT TRIES TO PAINT A BRIGHTER FUTURE, IT'S THE PAST THAT COULD GET IN THE WAY. HE CONTINUES TO JUSTIFY THE WAR IN IRAQ JUST DAYS AFTER A SENATE REPORT SHOWS THE C-I-A EXAGGERATED IRAQ'S WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.
PRESIDENT BUSH: We will stay on the hunt until justice is served and america is safe IT'S NOW LESS THAN TWO WEEKS BEFORE KERRY AND EDWARDS ARE OFFICIALLY NOMINATED AT THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION IN BOSTON. THE CAMPAIGN SAYS THEY'LL HIGHLIGHT KERRY'S PUBLIC AND MILITARY SERVICE.
GOVERNOR BILL RICHARDSON (D-NM)/CONVENTION CHAIRMAN It's going to be positive themes: youth, opportunity. We're going to talk about education, health care, national security. The word is going to get out about the strength of this ticket.
STANDUP: THE OPENING NIGHT OF THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION WILL FEATURE TWO FORMER PRESIDENTS...CARTER AND CLINTON. FORMER VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE, WHO MANY DEMOCRATS ARGUE REALLY WON THE WHITE HOUSE FOUR YEARS AGO, IS ALSO SCHEDULED TO SPEAK. AS, CBSNEWS, WASHINGTON. AS, CBSNEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Steroids and young athletes-- that's the topic of discussion today on Capitol Hill.
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Steroids have been in the public eye recently after several athletes have been accused of using the performance enhacing drugs.
Some lawmakers blame coaches who put too much pressure on athletes.
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((WINNING AT ALL COSTS PLACES TOO GREAT A COST ON THE HEALTH OF OUR CHILDREN AND UNDERMINES THE ELEMENT OF FAIRNESS THAT WE EXPECT IN SPORTING COMPETITION.))
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The U-S Anti-Doping Agency says while most athteles are clean, there are some willing to do anything to be successful.
The organization vows to go after so-called "drug cheats."

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The state will start accepting new enrollments in the pre-paid college tuition plan this fall.
Program administrators voted today to reopen the plan to students in tenth grade and younger.
It was closed to new members last year.
However prices will be much higher than in previous years, becaue of the rising cost of college tuitition.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Mill Mountain Zoo is losing a key member of its staff.
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[VO] Plus police in Florida are still searching for a 600 pound tiger who escaped from a former Tarzan.
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Mill Mountain Zoo will soon be releasing its curator, but not necessarily into the wild.
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Dave Wood has been king of the mountain attraction for more than four years. But next month he'll leave the Star City to take over the curator position at Virginia Safari Park in Natural Bridge.

Wood says he wasn't looking for a new job but that, once the opportunity was presented, he had to bite.
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Of his time at Mill Mountain, Wood says he's most proud of acquiring Bo the Wolverine and Lian (LEE-inn), the Szechuan Takin (TOCK-inn), a relative of oxen and mountain goats.
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It's not a zoo animal, but a person's pet Tiger Bobo that's still at large in Florida.
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The 600 pound cat escaped yesterday from a Florida compound owned by an actor who once played Tarzan.
Searchers say they're confident they're closing in on the six year old tiger. They plan to shoot it with tranqualizers once they find it.
Sheriff's deputies have cordoned off five acres of pines and are warning residents there's a tiger on the loose.
Bobo's owner is Steve Sipek- who played Tarzan under the name Steve Hawkes. Sipek keeps another tiger, two leopards and a cougar on his property.
He says if he spots the cat, he thinks he can talk it into coming back peacefully.
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An N-F-L Hall of Famer is considering running for the U-S Senate. We'll tell you who it is after the break.
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Plus Travis Wells show us the photo finish in today's leg of the Tour Du France.
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A former N-F-L coach is considering a run for the U-S Senate.
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Former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka says he is thinking about replacing Jack Ryan on the Illinois ballot.
Dikta says he is an ultra-conservative, but he thinks he represents what the American majority believes.
Dikta is popular in the state after leading the Chicago Bears to the 1986 Superbowl title.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your ticker which starts on the links. It was day one of the Women's City-County golf tournament at Hidden Valley Country Club. Sixty one golfers came out to participate in the annual event.
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Twelve-time champion Dot Bolling started off strong, firing a 36 on the front nine. Finishing the day with a three-over 75 would tie her for the lead entering tomorrow's round. Bolling managed a low number even after having flown home from Ireland yesterday.
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Cathi Carter was one off the lead with a 76, and last year's champion Meg Davies rounded out the top three with a 77.


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The tournament moves to Hanging Rock tomorrow, and the final round will be played at Botetourt Country Club on Thursday.


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The MidSummer Classic is set for tonight at Houston's Minute Maid Park. Whether or not the game is one for the ages remains to be seen, but it will be one for the aged. 41 year old Roger Clemens becomes the oldest starting pitcher in the game. He'll take the hill in front of the hometown fans against the AL's Mark Mulder, a youthful 26 years of age.
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After a day of rest the Tour de France was back on course today for Stage 9. Frenchman Thomas Voeckler retained the overall lead while Lance Armstrong stayed back in the pack.
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The 5 time tour champ finished 44th at the end of the undulating, hilly stage.
Australian Robbie McEwen became the tour's first two stage winner this year, using a burst of speed at the end.
The 32 year old passed about a dozen riders down the stretch, riding along the barriers. Then at the finish he just nudged his bike ahead of Norway's Thor Hushovd for the victory in a photo finish.
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That's it for the ticker. Tonight at six, more on the Women's City-County and Nascar testing from the Brickyard.
We'll see you then everybody.

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On Wall Street today, strong earnings reports were still not enough to boost the stock markets. Jean Lee has more in our Marketwatch report.
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Olympic fever can turn up in the unlikeliest of places--
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Like the small German village of Atterwasch.
It may be miles from away from Athens, but these villagers can look foward to their own Olympic Games-- called the Farmers Olympics-- every year.
Organizers warn against taking the games too seriously-- although pushing hay bales and swimming in bath tubs does demand an unusual set of skills.
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