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On News 7 at 5, Henry County's Sheriff asks for help identifying a murdered man.
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Also militants take six more foreign hostages in Iraq.
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The warm and humid weather will continue with a better chance of thunderstorms tomorrow. I'll have your forecast.

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On Healthcheck, we'll look at staying healthy when you're eating for two.
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Another California wildfire leads authorities to order more evacuations.
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Plus organizers of Roanoke's Fiddlefest remember some local bluegrass legends. News 7 at 5, is next.

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Former team officials say the Roanoke Express is simply a victim of the economics of professional sports.
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One day after the ECHL terminates the Express membership in the league- many are asking why.
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Today 1990's Express General Manager Pierre Paiement (PAY-mont) says that the Express is a victim of the E-C-H-L's success. With the recent nationwide expansion of the league, he has seen team budgets soar too high for cities like Roanoke.
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((PIERRE PAIEMENT/FORMER EXPRESS GENERAL MANAGER; RIGHT NOW THE AVERAGE OPERATING BUDGET IN THE ECHL IS ABOUT 1.8 MILLION. SO THERE'S NO WAY A SMALL MARKET LIKE ROANOKE CAN AFFORD TO PLAY IN THE ECHL.))
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Paiement (Pay-mont) says it's not too late to attract another league to the Roanoke Valley for the upcoming season. Meanwhile, in a press release the recent owners of the Express thanked the fans for years of support, and said that ticket refunds for the upcoming season will be sent out no later than August 16th.
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Henry County authorities are trying to identify the body of a man found shot to death near Sandy Level early this morning.
Some sensitive viewers may not want to see an image in the next story.
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A passing motorist spotted the body near the Morgan Ford bridge around six.
Authorities say the man's body was found a short distance from the road, with his shirt pulled over his head and brown cotton gloves on his hands.
They think whoever shot him was trying to prevent police from identifying the body.
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((CAPT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: ONLY SOCKS REMAINED ON THE BODY. THE SHOES, HIS TENNIS SHOES WERE FOUND IN A GRASSY AREA NEARBY SO OBVIOUSLY SOMEBODY DIDN'T WANT US TO IDENTIFY THIS PERSON QUICKLY WHICH COULD LEAD US TO THE OTHER PERSON THAT DUMPED THE BODY OR MAYBE EVEN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SHOOTING THE PERSON. WE DON'T KNOW IF THE PERSON WAS SHOT AT THAT SCENE IT'S BELIEVED THAT MAYBE ANOTHER SCENE COULD EXIST.))
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Police have released this photograph of the victim, in hopes that someone in the area will recognize him and come forward with a name.
Anyone with information should call the Henry County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities are also investigating whether a burned out car found three miles away in Pittsylvania County has any link to the case.
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Employees had to be evacuated from Dublin's Ethan Allen Furniture plant.
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A fire broke out around 11:30 this morning. Investigators believe a cloth covered with a flammable substance, got on a conveyor belt, and ended up in an oven. No one was injured and there was NO major damage. Workers were allowed back into the building after about an hour.
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Gusting winds are blamed for the spread of a wildfire near Action, California.
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A freelance photographer captured these ground shots- showing the intensity of the blaze.
More than 5 thousand acres are now burning, moving deeper into the Angeles National Forest.
Some buildings have been destroyed and residents have been asked to evacuate about 175 homes.
Three national forest roads have also been closed indefinitely.
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Iraqi militants have taken six more foreign contractors hostage as insurgents keep up the pressure in Iraq.
Kelly Cobiella has more on today's developments in Iraq.
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(( THE NAMES AND NATIONALITIES HAVE CHANGED.. BUT THE DEMANDS ARE THE SAME. SIX TRUCKERS WORKING FOR A KUWAITI COMPANY ARE BEING HELD. THREE INDIANS, TWO KENYANS AND AN EGYPTIAN ARE THREATENED WITH BEHEADING.. UNLESS THEIR COUNTRIES GET ALL OF THEIR CITIZENS OUT OF IRAQ, AND THEIR COMPANY CLOSES ITS BAGHDAD BRANCH. NONE OF THE COUNTRIES HAVE TROOPS IN IRAQ. THE MILITANTS VOW TO KILL ONE MAN EVERY THREE DAYS, UNLESS THEIR DEMANDS ARE MET.
"he is very happy.." IT IS EXACTLY WHAT THE U.S AND OTHERS HAD FEARED WOULD HAPPEN ...AFTER THE RELEASE OF A FILIPINO TRUCK DRIVER....IN EXCHANGE FOR MANILA'S WITHDRAWL OF 51 TROOPS.
AND THE INSURGENTS CONTINUE THEIR ATTACK ON OTHER FRONTS. A MASSIVE CAR BOMB WENT OFF IN EASTERN BAGHDAD, KILLING AT LEAST THREE PEOPLE. ATTACKS AGAINST IRAQI OFFICIALS AND POLICE ARE ON THE RISE... AMERICAN SOLDIERS ARE NOT IN THE CLEAR. ONE AMERICAN SOLDIER WAS KILLED BY A ROADSIDE BOMB NORTH OF BAGHDAD, BRINGING THE U-S DEATH TOLL TO 900. SOUTH OF BAGHDAD... ANOTHER ATTACK LEFT FOUR MARINES INJURED. KELLY COBIELLA, CBS NEWS.))

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Bill Clinton's former national security advisor admits he took papers from the National Archives but today he says it was all a mistake.
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Sandy Berger has stepped down as John Kerry's informal advisor.
The justice department wants to know if Berger committed a crime when he removed copies of classified documents from the natinal archives.
At the time, Berger was preparing to testify before the 9-11 commission. He says it was all a mistake.
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((SANDY BERGER/FORMER NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR: EVERYTHING I HAVE DONE ALL ALONG IN THIS PROCESS HAS BEEN FOR THE PURPOSE OF AIDING AND SUPPORTING THE 9-11 COMMISSION. ANY SUGGESTION TO THE CONTRARY IS SIMPLY ABSOLUTELY WRONG.))
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Berger has returned all but two of the documents, which he thinks he accidentally threw away.
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Coming up next on newscast, Radford's former police chief is facing a new lawsuit.
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A Pulaski Man is suing a Radford Police detective and the former Chief.
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John R. Phillips says Detective Jeff Bailey invaded his privacy when he had Pulaski Police conduct a criminal background check under the guise of an investigation. In court documents, Phillips alleges former Chief Wes Terry did NOT take action to his complaints.
Phillips was never charged with anything and is seeking 850-thousand dollars in damages for invasion of privacy, unreasonable search and seizure, malicious prosecution and emotional distress.
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As gas prices begin going up again, more and more drivers are tempted to pump and run--without stopping to pay.
Drew Levinson reports.
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The rising gasoline prices across America are to causing an uptick in pump piracy. The rate of gas theft is at an all time high.
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It's called 'pump-and-run' -- drivers fill-up, but don't pay up.

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I WOULD THINK KIDS WOULD BE DOING IT BUT NOT GROWN ADULTS."
But adults are doing it, and it's fueling frustration for convenience store owners..
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They lost 112-million dollars to pump and runs last year. That's up about 10 million from 2001.

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"WHAT WE'RE LOOKING AT IS PUMP RAGE."
Jeff Lenard of the National Association of Convenience stores, says drivers are misdirecting their that anger toward the retailers who are making but a couple of cents a gallon.

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"THIS IS NOT SOMETHING THAT'S A ROBIN HOOD CRIME. YOU'RE NOT ROBBING FROM THE RICH AND GIVING TO THE POOR. YOU'RE BASICALLY STEALING FROM THE PEOPLE WHO CAN LEAST AFFORD IT.")

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HERE IN NEW JERSEY AND OREGON THE PUMP AND RUN CAMPAIGN IS NOT AN ISSUE. THAT'S BECAUSE THE FUEL PUMPS ARE OFF LIMITS TO MOTORISTS....IT'S AGAINST THE LAW HERE TO FILL YOUR OWN TANK.
Though lawmakers passed the original bill because of safety
concerns---it turns out it's also saving the station owners money.

Now stores in other states are coming up with ways to stop people from gassing up and taking off.

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Sheetz operates 280 stores on the east coast. It's is testing a machine that caters to about half its customer who still pay in cash. Graphic:Drivers must feed the machine before they can pump. Change is given at an ATM-like device nearby.
graphic cont.At a QuikTrip in Tulsa, Oklahoma -- cash customers must give their driver's license number, which is put on a card, and swiped every time before they pump gas.
So far the programs seem to be working. Now maybe Gas and go will no longer mean gas and go.....without paying the dough. Drew Levinson )

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In health check tonight,
Some women use pregnancy as an excuse to over eat. But according to one local dietitian, they really don't need many more calories for the baby - nutrition is what's most important.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details --
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Jean, Some women take eating for two literally -- but most women only need three-hundred extra calories a day.
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That is the equivalent of a bowl of cereal with low fat milk and piece of fruit.
While it is ok to give into those cravings, balanced nutrition is essential for the health of the baby.
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(( A healthy mommy often means a healthy baby.
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((THE MOTHER'S NUTRITION AND THEIR EATING PLAN, THEIR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AFFECTS BABIES SIGNIFICANTLY THAT'S WHY WE REALLY WANT MOM OR MOMS TO BE TO FOCUS ON THEIR OWN HEALTHY HABITS))
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Registered dietitian Heather Cox say three nutrients are particularly important for pregnant women.
Foliate or folic acid is found in greens and green beans and some fortified foods such as cereal.
Calcium is also essential, in fact women should have about four servings a day of dairy products.
Iron is also important. One of the best sources is lean red meat.
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((BECAUSE A WOMAN'S BLOOD VOLUME INCREASES BY ABOUT 50-PERCENT WHEN THEY'RE PREGNANT. THEIR IRON NEEDS GO UP SIGNIFICANTLY. THAT'S WHY YOU'RE GOING TO FIND IRON IN A LITTLE OF PRENATAL SUPPLEMENTS))
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Cox say it's also important to eat fat -- like the omega-3-fatty acid found in salmon.
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((WHILE YOUR PREGNANT YOU ESPECIALLY WANT TO GET HEART HEALTHY FATS THE REASON FOR THAT IS FAT PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN BRAIN DEVELOPMENT OF YOUR BABY ))
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Fluids are another key part of an expectant mothers' diets.
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((YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU'RE STAYING WELL HYDRATING, REALLY PUSHING THE WAY, AVOIDING CAFFEINE, AVOIDING ALCOHOL IS ESPECIALLY IMPT. WHILE YOU'RE PREGNANT))
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Cox say it's also important for women to be physically active during their pregnancy because it can reduce complications and make delivery easier.
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Jean, She recommends 30 minutes of physical activity a day.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Leo will have our detailed forecast.
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[VO] Plus we'll see why early radio in the Valley produced some of the day's best musicians.
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The organizers of Fiddlefest will be tuning up tomorrow, and tuning in to the history of country radio in Roanoke.
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Between the mid- twenties and the early fifties, many of the best known musicians in bluegrass and country performed live on the Roanoke airwaves.
Curtis Downey had a front row seat for many of the musicians who came through the WDBJ studios.
The list included Don Reno and Red Smiley, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Mac Wiseman and many others.
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((MAC WISEMAN STARTED THE JAMBOREE IN WEST VIRGINIA. SUNSHINE SUE WHO WAS HERE, AND GRANDPA JONES WHO PLAYED IN HER BAND, LEFT HERE AND STARTED THE OLD DOMINION BARN DANCE IN RICHMOND. AND THE REST OF THEM WENT OFF TO NASHVILLE.))
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Downey believes many of them might have stayed in the Roanoke Valley if the local stations had had the power to reach a wider audience.
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Downey and other veterans of Roanoke radio will consider the history of broadcasting and bluegrass during a roundtable discussion Thursday afternoon.
Fiddlefest will continue through Saturday night on the campus of Hollins University.

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Coming up a little later, we'll tell you why the latest extreme sport requires the use of bikinis and snow skis,
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Plus in Sports, Mike Stevens tells us why its a good thing Lance Armstrong looks good in yellow.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the midweek ticker.
The show may not be over, but it's close to being just that! Lance Armstrong today hammered the competition in the critical time trial in the Alps.
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Armstrong finished the nine-point-six-mile climb in 39 minutes and 41 seconds. He was the only rider under 40 minutes. He was 61 seconds faster than second-place Jan Ullrich - his longtime rival in the Tour. Lance actually passed his closest challenger, Ivan Basso, even though the Italian started two minutes ahead of the Texan. Armstrong now leads Basso by three minutes and 48 seconds. It was his second consecutive stage victory and third during the Tour. Now it would appear that only some kind of major mishap could stand in the way of Lance's record sixth straight title.
The 2004 Tour ends in Paris on Sunday. Armstrong had this to say after today's time trial victory.
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Ever since Joe Gibbs was hired to return to coach the Redskins there has been a sense of urgency around the team. And with training camp set to open in 10 days the push now is to
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get the team' top draft pick signed. Sean Taylor has finally hired an agent, less than a week before rookies are scheduled to begin arriving. The Redskins believe Taylor could be a major contributor on defense this season. But failing to agree to contract terms by the start of training camp will seriously complicate Taylor's efforts to win a starting job under Gibbs. The former Miami Hurricane was the 5th overall pick in April's draft, but he has been without an agent for over two months.
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The Nextel Cup series swings back into action this weekend after a week off. The drivers are in New Hampshire where Jimmie Johnson and Ricky Craven are always threats to win.
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Now coming up at the top of the hour, Steve Mason will check in with some new information on the Roanoke Express. Take care everybody. Jean will be right back. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, concerns the economy is slowing down led many investors to retreat from the stock markets.


Marcella Palmer has more in our Marketwatch report.
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It's the latest summer craze in Russia--
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the extreme sport of sand skiing.
This stop is just outside of Moscow.
It's a run for the bravehearted only, as it culminates in a watery end for all- but the most skilled.
Sand skiing started in Russia about four years ago-- it's also popular in parts of Europe, the United States, and the Middle East.
Participants use their winter skis, but ditch the snow suits in exchange for shorts and bikinis.
Skiing on sand is much slower, and slopes have to be much steeper to keep the skier moving.
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