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Today on News 7 at 5, an accident in Franklin County claims the life of a Moneta man.
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Plus authorities in Iraq believe they have found the body of another murdered hostage.
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The mid July forecast is looking pretty nice. Details and the Beach Outlook coming up.

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The owner of a nudist colony finds out if he will be allowed to hold a nude summer camp for teenagers.
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A longtime father figure in the world of NASCAR has died.
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Plus we'll show you a new website that evaluates the care provided by local hospitals. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((I KNOW THEY'RE SAFER THAN A BOY SCOUT CAMP OR A GIRL SCOUT CAMP. THEY ARE MUCH SAFER.))
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Owners of a nudist resort go to court to keep their kids summer camps open and the parents away.
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Parental supervision WILL be required at the state's only nudist summer camp for children.
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A new state law requires parents or guardians to be present during the annual week long camp.
The owner of White Tail Park in Ivor sought to temporarily block the law.
A federal judge today denied the motion, saying the law did not harm the parents or campers.
But the campground's owner says the new law is preventing at least 23 children from attending this year's camp.
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The Attorney General's office defended the law, arguing that nude youth camps could attract pedophiles and child pornographers.
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A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the law is still pending.
Meanwhile, the nudist summer camp will take place as scheduled during the last week of July.
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A head-on collision in Franklin County killed one person and sent another to the hospital this morning.
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It happened shortly before eight on Route 122 near Burnt Chimney. State Police say 52 year old Roy Nininger of Moneta was driving North when he crossed the center line. His vehicle hit a pickup driven by 18 year old Paul Morra of Salem. Nininger was pronounced dead at the scene, Morra is in stable condition at Roanoke Memorial. State Police closed the road for hours while they investigated the wreck.
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A decapitated body has turned up in Iraq near the Tigris River-authorities believe it may be the body of a Bulgarian Iraqi militants claim to have killed.
Meanwhile another hostage- a Filipino man- may soon be free.
Elaine Cobbe has more on a taped message from that hostage.
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(( Some good news for the family of the Filipino held hostage by militants. In a videotaped message he said hell be home soon - and thanked the Philippine government for agreeing to an early withdrawal of their troops. Not everyone agrees with that decision. SOLITA MONSOD, Filipino Analyst "We have reneged on our commitments and we have essentially lost honour here." And in a grim reminder of the dangers here, Iraqi police have found a headless corpse in the Tigris river. The body has not been identified, but was clad in an orange jump suit...the uniform of hostages already killed by miltants.
The pressure from insurgents keeps on coming. Government buildings were the apparent targets of another car bombing.....this time in the town of Haditha, northwest of Baghdad. Most of the victims were innocent bystanders. The attack came just hours before the interim government announced a new security service. Voice of Translator for Prime Minister Allawi: WE ARE DETERMINED TO ELIMINATE TERRORISTS BY CREATING A GENERAL SECURITY DIRECTORTAE THAT WILL ANNIHILATE THE TERRORISTS Elaine Cobbe BRIDGE: The new spy service will be geared toward tracking down terrorists, whove pretty much had free rein in Iraq over the last 15 months.The interim government is confident Iraqi agents will be better at intelligence-gathering than US forces have been - expecting locals to speak to them more freely. Meanwhile the attacks continue.two more oil pipelines sent huge plumes of smoke into the sky after they were set ablaze. These attacks forced a temporary halt in oil exports - bad news for the slowly-recovering Iraqi economy...and bad news for the interim governent trying to gain a firm footing in it's own country. Elaine Cobbe, CBS News, Baghdad))

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President Bush has signed tougher laws against identity theft.
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At a White House ceremony today, the president said sentencing in such cases has been inconsistent with many violators avoiding jail time.
But now Bush says people who steal someone's good name can expect to go to prison.
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The bill also includes a mandatory five year prison term for those who provide fake I-D's to terrorists.
Officials estimate that last year alone, ten MILLION Americans had their identities stolen, costing the economy 50 BILLION dollars.

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Presidential Candidate John Kerry spoke at the NAA-CP convention today-
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an invitation that President Bush turned down.
John Kerry wants to win the White House. He wasted no time pointing out that the man already there, was not HERE.
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The White House at first said the President had a scheduling conflict- but now admits he skipped the conference because because of the groups hostile rhetoric- including comparing the President's views on abortion to the Taliban.
The White House blames the NAACP's leadership, but says the president calls many in the group friends.
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The President will address another civil rights group. He'll speak at the Urban League in Detroit next week.
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Still to come on the newscast, educators push summer school as a way to boost math and english scores.
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Also firefighters are beginning to gain some ground in the fight against wildfires in California.
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Firefighters are beginning to make gains against Southern California's biggest blazes- thanks to some rain today, but other fires are still raging.
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Wildfires so far have burned more than 23 hundred acres of forest and brushland- forcing about 500 people from their homes.
Triple Digit heat is making it tough for firefighters working the Pine Canyon Fire-50 miles north of L-A.
In Eastern San Diego County, full containment is expected tonight for an 86 hundred acre fire started by illegal fireworks.
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It used to be for students who were failing - now summer school is an alternative in education.
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In Craig County- the number of students who have attended summer classes have varied from year to year, but this summer there are 95-children of all ages enrolled. Of those students about half of them have been recommended by their teachers to attend classes and get additional help with their English or Math skills.
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((DR. ROSE MARTIN/CRAIG CO. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: WE'RE TRYING TO TAKE A LOOK AT IT DIFFERENTLY. SOMETHING KIDS DON'T WANT TO PARTICIPATE IT, WE WANT IT TO BE SOMETHING KIDS SAY TO THEIR PARENTS, 'CAN I GO TO SUMMER SCHOOL? IS THERE SOMETHING I CAN TAKE?'))
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Administrators say the smaller, more relaxed classes are a better atmosphere for some children to learn. Coming up tonight on News 7 at 6, we'll tell you what teachers say about the added classes and show you how kids react to spending their summers in a classroom.
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In health check tonight,
A new website is making it possible for patients to compare the quality and safety of hospitals and other medical facilities across the country and in our area.
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health care Organizations launched the site today.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details -- Joy what kind of information will patients be able to find?
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Jean,
They will be able to see the performance record of a hospital or facility.
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But at this point the information is limited to heart attacks, heart failure, pneumonia and pregnancy.
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(((( The pressure is now on many hospitals and health care organizations like Lewis-Gale Medical Center to meet a certain standard of care.
The Joint Commission's new quality check web site -- makes it possible for the public to see just how well they do.
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((PATIENTS OR CONSUMERS TO THIS POINT HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GO ANYWHERE TO REALLY LOOK A LITTLE MORE DETAIL. IF I HAVE A HEART CONDITION WHAT HOSPITAL DO I WANT TO GO TO))
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That's what the site is designed to do -- to give patients the performance record of the facility and how it compares to the state and national average. A plus means the facility is above average. A check means the hospital meets the standards, and minus- speaks for itself.
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As far as the accuracy of the data collected, Lewis-Gale Medical center says there is a checks and balance system to ensure that its information is correct. Officials do admit that because the site is new there are still some issues -- but says it's a good start to hold health care facilities accountable to the public.
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You can find a link to new web site on our wepage or if you don't have access to a computer you call 630-792-5800, for the information.
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Up next on the newscast, Brent Watts shows us how to take colorful gardening to the extreme.
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Authorities in Pittsylvania County are involved in a standoff that started in the last hour.
There aren't many details right now. But officials do confirm that a man is holding a woman at gunpoint, in the Berry Hill section of Pittsylvania County.
That's southwest of Danville, right across the North Carolina line.
We'll have more as it becomes available.

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If you'd still like to add some extreme color to your flower garden, it's not too late. Brent Watts gets some bright ideas in this week's Growin' It.
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A key member of U-V-A's athletic program is stepping down. Mike Stevens will have the details after the break.
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Then a little later... first Whoopi Goldberg lost weight on the Slim Fast program. Now she's lost her job.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your ticker, which starts on the greens and fairways of the Botetourt Country Club with the third and final round of the Women's City-County Championship.
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Perennial contender Dot Bolling started the day with a three shot lead over Cathi Carter, and by the time she made the turn, Bolling's advantage had grown to six.
Carter struggled on the greens most of the day. She carded an 84 to finish in 5th place with a three day total of 234.
Sara Cole did her best to catch Bolling. Cole carded a 7-over 78 to finish in second.
But Dot did what she does best, firing a final round 77, her third straight round in the 70's to win by 6 shots over Cole. It's her 13th City-County title.
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Defending champ Meg Davies tallied a 79 today and finished third.
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The Virginia Gentleman is leaving the University of Virginia.
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Terry Holland, who first arrive at UVa as head men's basketball coach on April first of 1974, and later returned to the University as athletic director, is stepping down from his current position as special assistant to the President. He remains the winningest coach in men's hoop history, and as athletic director he oversaw the expansion of Scott Stadium. Most of his energy in his most recent position was raising money for the new basketball arena.
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The NASCAR Nextel Cup series is off this weekend, and that break will give all in the sport a chance to mourn the passing of Joseph Hendrick.
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The 84 year old patriarch of Hendrick Motrosports was better known by the nickname he went by for years and years - that of Papa Joe. He and son Rick Hendrick both grew up in South Hill where they raced modifieds early in thier racing careers. He remained active in the sports throughout his life, in fact he and his grandson Ricky, were listed at co-owners of the Cup team headed by rookie driver Brian Vickers this year and on the No. 5 Busch team for driver Kyle Busch. Hendrick had been in and out of the hospital several times this year battling cancer. Papa Joe Hendrick was 84.
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Finally, if there was ever a sign from above to signal that it was Lance Armstrong's time to make a move in the Tour De France, it came today.
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During stage 11 the Texas native and the rest of the riders were created by something all Texans like to see - a herd of big ole steers. But the beef couldn't bolster Armstrong's effort. He finished in ninth place and he is still nine minutes and 35 seconds behind France's Thomas Voeckler who retained the yellow jersey today.
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More sports for you at the top of the hour including last minute preparations for the folks at the Commonwealth Games.
Take care everybody - Jean will be right back. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, the stock markets dipped slightly. Jean Lee explains why in our Marketwatch report.
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The company that makes the Slim-Fast diet shakes has fired comedian Whoopi Goldberg as its spokeswoman.
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Executives were upset over her recent remarks mocking President Bush.
During a recent Democratic fund-raiser, Goldberg used the president's name in a sexual reference.
A statement from the company apologized to anyone who was offended in the manner she expressed her self.
Goldberg says while she understands that Slim-Fast has to protect its business, she has to do what she has to do as an artist.
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