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On News 7 at 5, it is the end of an era, Roanoke's hockey team is shutting down.
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Also an interuption in phone service leads some local businesses to temporarily close their doors.
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After a pleasant afternoon across the area the heat is back on tomorrow. I'll have your forecast.

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Also today, a former official in the Clinton White House is accused of illegally taken classified documents.
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Is Michael Jackson about to become the father of four more children? We'll tell you what published reports say.
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Plus Lance Armstrong makes his move in the Tour DuFrance. News 7 at 5 is next.

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After a couple of years of skating on thin ice, the owners of the Roanoke Express say the team is shutting down.
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Just moments ago, the owners of the Roanoke Express said it is official. The team is no more.
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[EXPRESS in BAM] Steve Mason has been tracking this story all day and he joins us with the latest.
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Shannon, the ECHL gave the Express until one PM today to have a legitimate offer on the table from a prospective owner to buy the team, and that did not happen. The league then decided to pull the Roanoke Express's ECHL membership, and that means that the Express will not play again. Express head coach Tony MacAulay spoke to News 7 sports late this afternoon.
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Express majority owners Ashby Coleman and Mike Lonchar along with minority owner Chris Pollock could not be reached for comment. The end of the Express means the Roanoke Civic Center must fill nearly 40 dates and season ticket holders who have already pre-paid will want their money back.
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We will have more on this story later in sports, Shannon.

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Gun owners and restaurant owners are battling it out over the right to pack heat.
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It IS perfectly legal in Virginia to openly carry a pistol.
But some restaurants in Richmond and Northern Virginia are banning gun owners from displaying holstered handguns.
Business owners argue that guns and alcohol don't mix.
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((MIKE BYRNE/BANNED GUNS FROM HIS RESTAURANT: WHEN I READ SOMEBODY COULD BRING THEIR SIX-SHOOTER IN AND ORDER A SANDWICH AND FELT THE NEED TO BRING IN A GUN. I'M FINE WITH GUN RIGHTS, I JUST DON'T THINK WHEN YOU DRINK ALCOHOL YOU SHOULD HAVE A GUN AT YOUR HIP.))
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But gun right supporters say the issue is not about alcohol.
They say those who openly carry guns are law-abiding citizens.
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((PHILIP VAN CLEAVE/VIRGINIA CITIZENS DEFENCE LEAGUE: GUN OWNERS BASICALLY WANT TO GO INTO A RESTAURANT AND ENJOY A MEAL. YOU CAN EAT A MEAL WITHOUT DRINKING ALCOHOL.))
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Attorney General Jerry Kilgore issued an opinion today stating that business owners have a right to ban gun-toting customers.
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They say you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone.
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And dozens of businesses throughout the Roanoke Valley are beginning to realize that. An underground fire Sunday cut off phone service to about 17-HUNDRED Verizon customers, forcing some businesses to close their doors, and others to look for alternatives.
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((WE'VE RESORTED A LITTLE BIT TO CELL PHONES TO RETURN CALLS THAT WE CAN CALL OUT ON SO WE CAN TRY TO RETURN CALLS THAT WAY -- AND THAT'S WORKED A LITTLE BIT, BUT IT'S STILL A BUSINESS, BUT THE PHONES CONSTANTLY RING AND WITH SIX LINES COMING IN, AND HALF OF THEM DOWN IT CAN BE A ZOO AROUND HERE.))
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Some phone lines have been restored, but Verizon officials say it may be another two or three days before all of the lines are back up. In the meantime, the City of Roanoke is making temporary 9-1-1 cellphones available to the elderly and special medical needs citizens in the affected areas.
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An elderly woman was seriously injured when the car she was driving ran off the road and hit a house in Lynchburg this afternoon.
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Authorities say the woman was headed west on Old Forest Road around 3 when her car veered off the road.
The vehicle struck the front porch and corner of this house.. no one was inside at the time.
The woman.. whose name has "not" been released.. was not responding to rescuers at the scene.
She's been taken to Lynchburg General Hospital.
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The former National Security Adviser for President Clinton is being investigated for allegedly removing classified documents from the National Archives.
Sandy Berger is accused of taking documents related to the administration's handling of the millennium terror threats.
Kareen Wynter has more from Washington.
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Filipinos are celebrating the fact that the life of a truck driver in Iraq has been spared.
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Angelo dela Cruz was released today after almost two weeks in captivity. At the kidnappers demand yesterday, the Phillipines withdrew troops from Iraq in exchange for dela Cruz's life. An official says dela Cruz was taken to the embassy and told by his kidnappers to go in. Embassy officials say there was no coordination between them and the kidnappers. Dela Cruz is heading home, where he'll receive a hero's welcome and gifts, including a house and scholarships for his children.
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Coming up next on the newscast, one Virginia hospital's loss could be anther's gain. We'll explain after the break.

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Also a published report says Michael Jackson's already unusual lifestyle is about to get four times busier.
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The medication you may be taking to alleviate depression could, in fact, make you suicidal. Researchers are trying to find out whether some of the drugs on the market are more dangerous than others. Doctor Mallika Marshall reports.
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((MILLIONS OF AMERICANS USE ANTI-DEPRESSANTS BUT RECENTLY THERE HAVE BEEN RECENT FEARS THE DRUGS CAN LEAD A PERSON TO SUICIDE.
WHILE A DEFINITE LINK HAS YET TO BE ESTABLISHED RESEARCHERS AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY TRIED TO FIND OUT IF ONE DRUG IS ANYMORE DANGEROUS THAN ANOTHER.
THEY ANALYZED DATA ON OVER 160-THOUSAND PATIENTS WHO WERE EITHER TAKING PAROXETINE KNOWN AS PAXIL, FLUOXETINE, KNOWN AS PROZAC, AMITRIPTYLINE OR A FOURTH ANTIDEPRESSANT NOT AVAILABLE IN THE U-S.
THEY FOUND THAT THE RISK OF SUICIDE WAS ESSENTAILLY THE SAME WITH EACH MEDICATION..

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"we don't see substantial difference.... so the choice of which drug should be presented should be made by the individual doctor.":14

(STANDUP: Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS NEWS/Boston, MA)

BUT EXPERTS FOUND THAT DURING THE FIRST MONTH OF TREATMENT, REGARDLESS OF WHICH MEDICATION THEY WERE TAKING, A PATIENT WAS THREE TO FOUR TIMES MORE LIKELY TO CONSIDER SUICIDE THAN AFTER A MONTH OF TREATMENT.

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"for suicide itself, the risk was 40 fold higher in the first one to nine days.... and it was still elevated within the first month."
WHILE THIS MAY SOUND LIKE A LINK IT ACTUALLY RAISES MORE QUESTIONS.... IS IT THE DRUG THAT IS CAUSING PEOPLE TO CONSIDER SUICIDE IN THOSE FIRST DAYS?. OR ARE THE PEOPLE SUICIDAL TO BEGIN WITH.... AND ONCE THE DRUGS KICK IN THAT SUICIDE RISK STARTS TO DIMINISH?.

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SO WHILE THERE ARE MANY QUESTIONS SURROUNDING ANTI-DEPRESSANTS AND SUICIDE... AT LEAST ONE HAS BEEN ANSWERED. IT APPEARS ONE DRUG IS NO MORE DANGEROUS THAN ANOTHER. DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))

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Centra Health has unveiled the first renderings of its new five-story patient tower.
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The 140-thousand square foot addition will include 108 all-private patient rooms and will be built in front of what is now hospital's main entrance.
Hospital officials say they need the extra space.
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((GEORGE DAWSON/CENTRA HEALTH CEO: THERE ARE MANY PATIENTS WHO LOOK TO OUR FACILITIES AND WE WANT TO BE SURE WE'RE PREPARED TO SERVE THEM IN THE FUTURE. TODAY, THERE'S PLENTY OF ROOM. THROUGH THIS WINTER, THINGS WERE TIGHT BUT WE WORKED IN ALL OF OUR PATIENTS, BUT FOR THE LONG TERM, WE NEED MORE BEDS.))
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Centra Health also has received a three-year, 1-point-3 million dollar grant to care for low-income AIDS patients.
The money may come at the expense of another AIDS clinic in Charlottesville.
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((TOM URTZ/CENTRA HEALTH: WE CERTAINTLY DIDN'T START OUT UNDERSTANDING THAT THAT WAS ONE OF THE POTENTIAL OUTCOMES. WE WERE LOOKING TO TAKE A SLICE OF THE VIRGINIA MARKETPLACE AND PROVIDE CARE CLOSE TO HOME JUST AS IT OCCURS IN ROANOKE, IT OCCURS IN TIDEWATER, IT OCCURS IN RICHMOND AND IT OCCURS IN CHARLOTTESVILLE.))
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Tom Urtz (erts) says the clinic in Lynchburg has seen a 300 percent increase in the number of AIDS patients it serves over the past three years.

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What would happen if for 30 days you only ate food from McDonalds?
One man wanted to find out so he made a documetary about it called, "Supersize Me".
The movie recently opened at the Grandin theater.
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And that's where Joy Sutton went today -- to see what moviegoers had to say about the film
Joy what did you find out?
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Shannon,
The people I talked to say the film has changed the way the feel about eating fast food.
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The movie chronicles the 30 day journey of Morgan Spurlock. He decided to do the movie after two girls sued McDonalds for making them fat.
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Morgan Spurlock wanted to see just how bad it was to eat nothing but fast food -- so he went on a 30 day McDonald's binge. The results were so shocking for some movie-goers --they don't plan to eat fast any time soon.
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That's because in 30 days, Spurlock gained more than 24 pounds, increased his body fat by 7 percent, developed liver problems, and doubled his risk for heart failure.
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Roanoke Natural Foods helped sponsor the movie --and hopes it will lure customers into the store.
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And if nothing else it hasl convince some movie-goers to rethink their eating habits -- even at the movies.
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((AFTER SEEING THAT MOVIE. I ACTUALLY THREW AWAY SOME OF THE SNACK FOOD I WAS EATING ON THE WAY OUT . I COULDN'T EAT IT HALF WAY THROUGH THE MOVIE)) [RUNS08]
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Shannon -- some might argue that it's not just fast food that's the problem -- too much of anything can be bad for you.

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Coming up today in Sports, Mike Stevens will have more details on the Roanoke Express.
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[VO] Plus Lance Armstrong retakes the lead in the Tour DeFrance.
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Published reports say Michael Jackson is about to become a father to four more children.
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US Weekly says a surrogate mother is carrying the babies for the troubled singer.
The article reports Jackson recently spent time with the woman in Florida.
He already has three other children by two different women.
Jackson is charged in a 10-count indictment with committing lewd acts on a boy under the age of 14. He has pleaded not guilty.
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Coming up today in our Market watch report, the Federal Reserve promises to be aggresive in fighting inflation.
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Then we'll tell you why you have seen so many motorcycles in the Valley this week.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker. As Steve Mason reported for us at the top of the newscast, the Roanoke Express has dissolved.
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The ECHL pulled the Express's league membership because the franchise did not have a legitimate buyer for the team. This means that the team that has played in Roanoke since the 1993-94 season and made the playoffs every one of those years is no more. Tony MacAulay would have been coaching in his third season for the Express.
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Now coming up at six, Steve Mason will have more reaction from Coach MacAulay and also words from Roanoke Civic Center facilities director Mina Boyd, who must now fill the nearly 40 home dates the Express has vacated. What will the Civic center do? Some of those answers at six. Majority owners Ashby Coleman and Mike Lonchar could not be reached for comment.

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Former Roanoke Express forward Jeff Cowan has inked a new deal with the NHL Los Angeles Kings.
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Cowan has signed a multi year contract withe the Kings. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Cowan was traded to Los Angeles from the Atlanta Thrashers last march. In five years in the NHL, Jeff has 32 goals and 27 assists and 387 penalty minutes. Cowan played under Frank Anzalone wit the Roanoke Express during the 1996-97 ECHL season.
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It was only a matter of time before cyclists greatest competitor was back on top. Lance Armstrong has retaken the overall lead in the Tour De France.
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And the move to win today's 15th stage comes right here. With a big burst Armstrong outsprinted his top two challengers to win the first stage in the Alps and close in on a record sixth straight title. Armstrong moved past Ivan Basso and 1997 Tour champion Jan Ullrich (yan OOL-rihk) to claim his second stage victory in the 2004 Tour and the 18th of his illustrious career.
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Finally, the Shaq Daddy arrived in his new home today and immediately made himself right at home.
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Shaq joined Miami front office personnel and his new coach Pat Riley at the podium to show off his new jersey and let folks know that he's far from being over the hill.
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Much more for you tonight at the top of the hour including the latest on the end of the Roanoke Express. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street, the stock markets moved modestly higher as Alan Greenspan's comments on the economy cheered investors somewhat. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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More than 25-hundred bikers have made their way to the Star City.
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Yamaha Motorcycle's Star Touring and Riding Association is holding its 6th annual event. Bike enthusiasts from across the country -and as far away as New Zealand- have gathered in Roanoke until Friday.
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((ALAN CEASE, STAR TOURING & RIDING: STAR IS A VERY HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION NOT EVERYBODY IS AS LUCKY AS WE ARE TO GET ON A MOTORCYCLE AND SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY. WE HAVE A RIDE THURSDAY MORNING CALLED 'FEED THE CHILDREN RUN.' WE SPONSOR FEED THE CHILDREN, THAT'S OUR NATIONAL CHARITY AND WE'LL BE BRINGING A SEMI OF FOOD IN.))
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That semi will be escorted by the bikers to the Roanoke Rescue Mission. The Roanoke Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau estimates the group will contribute 1-point-6 million dollars to the Roanoke Valley during its visit here.
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