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Today on News 7 at 5, Roanoke police are looking for two men involved in a shooting this morning.
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Also Presidential candidate John Kerry speaks in the Commonwealth on his way to the Democratic National Convention.
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A flood watch remains in effect as we keep an eye out for heavy rain. So far most of the region has just been overcast with isolated downpours.

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Roanoke officials want to find ways to make minority neighborhoods safer.
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The federal government is investigating the safety of one model of S-U-V.
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Plus the Washington Redskins finally get their man. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Protestors gather outside the Democratic National Convention in Boston- but they are being kept in a cage- so far away, convention goers can't even hear them-
Security is so tight even putting a sign up on historic Fanuel Hall could almost get one arrested.
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((WE ARE THE PEOPLE PAY TAXES AND THIS IS OUR PUBLIC SPACE AND WE PAY YOUR SALARY.))
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While protestors demonstrate... democrats get ready to rally inside.
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[5-Democratic-Convention]


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Tonight delegates will hear from Teresa Heinz Kerry- a woman who's been described as feisty and outspoken.
Aleen Sirgany has more from the Democratic National Convention in Boston.
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[ENG#=4 for the back up]
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((
IT'S HIS FIRST CONVENTENTION....AND 10-YEAR-OLD DAVID LITTLE KNOWS WHY HE'S HERE:

SOT: David Little/10 years old: To see who the next president is and

party!
TRACK: HIS FATHER, DOUG, SAYS IT'S THE EVENT OF A LIFETIME.

SOT: Doug Little/New Jersey Delegate: It's just overwhelming. It's

really so organized and well done.
TRACK: TONIGHT, THEY'LL SEE A LINEUP HEAVY ON PARTY STRENGTH AND "UNITY"... DICK GEPHARDT AND HOWARD DEAN, WHO BATTLED KERRY IN THE PRIMARIES, BOTH HAVE PRIME-TIME SPEAKING SLOTS. BUT THE FEATURED SPEAKER IS THE CANDIDATE'S WIFE, TERESA HEINZ KERRY.

(nat shove it)


TRACK: SHE'S ALREADY IN THE SPOTLIGHT, AFTER TELLING A REPORTER EARLIER THIS WEEK TO SHOVE IT... A COMMENT SHE DOESN'T REGRET. Teresa Heinz Kerry/Kerry's Wife: I think most Americans, most people would say defend yourself. And that's what I did. IN THE FRIENDLY WORLD OF DELEGATES...SHE'S FINDING PLENTY OF SUPPORT
"SHOVE IT...IT WAS FINE WITH ME AS MRS. KERRY PUTS THE FINISHING TOUCHES ON A SPEECH DESIGNED TO BRING OUT THE PERSONAL SIDE OF JOHN KERRY....THE CANDIDATE TOOK ON LOFTIER TOPICS.. HE SPENT THE MORNING TALKING NATIONAL SECURITY AT THE NORFOLK NAVAL BASE IN VIRGINIA:
John Kerry/Presidential Candidate: We will take real, bipartisan action to protect this country of ours. HE PLANS TO TRAVEL TO PHILADELPHIA TOMORROW, BEFORE HEADING TO BOSTON...WHERE HE'LL OFFICIALLY ACCEPT THE NOMINATION ON THURSDAY. ALSO TONIGHT: KEY NOTE SPEAKER U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE, BARACK OBAMA...... MAYA ANGELOU, AND IN A POLITICAL COUP... RON REAGAN, SON OF THE REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT. HE'LL TALK IN SUPPORT OF STEM CELL RESEARCH. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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We will have live coverage of the Democratic and Republican conventions on our digital channel "7-too."
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We will present both party conventions from beginning to end, without interruptions.
Cox digital cable customers can see it on Channel 107.
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Senator John Kerry was in Virginia today, wooing the state's vast veteran population.
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In a campaign appearance in Norfolk, home to the world's largest naval base, the presidential candidate endorsed the Nine-Eleven Commission's report.
Kerry also urged the president to act immediately on the Commission's recommendations.
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((SENATOR JOHN KERRY/DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: YOU CAN'T TREAT THE COMMISSION'S REPORT AS SOMETHING THAT YOU HOPE WILL GO AWAY. YOU CAN'T TREAT THE COMMISSION'S REPORT AS SOMETHING THAT SORT OF REPRESENTS A THREAT TO AMERICA THAT WILL GO AWAY BECAUSE THIS THREAT WON'T GO AWAY AND THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMISSION MAKE SENSE AND THEY SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED NOW.))
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[OUT Q=AND THEY SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED NOW.]
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The Nine-Eleven Commission is expected to disband next month.
But Kerry says he wants the panel to continue its work for another 18 months and provide periodic status reports.


The senator's next stop is Philadelphia.
Then, it is on to Boston.
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President Bush is working on his official response to the 9-11 commission report- saying terrorists will have no safe haven under a Bush presidency.
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The President is on a working vacation at his Texas ranch. He said 9-11 reforms on a fast track.
Aides say his action will come within days.
The President's task is a large one- deciding how to overall the nation's intelligence system and what he can do now without waiting for Congress.
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Meanwhile, Vice President Dick Cheney rallied marines at Camp Pendleton- assuring that America will destroy those who took aim at America on 9-11.
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Police are looking for two suspects in a shooting this morning in Roanoke.
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It happened around 11:45 at a home in the 13-hundred block of Lafayette Boulevard. Police say 37-year-old Millard Mahala, was working with a patient at the home, when he went outside and spotted two teenagers behind the residence. Officers say that's when one of them shot Mahala in the lower back. He was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital for non-life threaterning injuries. Police are now searching for the suspects, two black males, between the ages of 15 and 19. Anyone with information is asked to call police.
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What is the best way to keep crime out of minority communities? That was the question asked today at a task force in Roanoke.
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Susan Bahorich was there and joins us now. Susan, how did the task force come about?
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Jean- It's part of an initiative Governor Mark Warner launched last summer. He wanted to *prevent* crime in minority communities.
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The task force is made up of people from social services and members of the judiciary and education fields. They have been touring the Commonwealth hosting these meetings. Local community leaders were on hand this afternoon to tell the group what is being done - and what they *CAN* do -to make minority neighborhoods a safer place.
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((CHIEF JOE GASKINS/ROANOKE CITY POLICE: EVEN THOUGH OUR COMMUNITY IS INVOLVED, I THINK IT HAS TO BE MORE INVOLVED. MORE INVOLVED IN THE POLICE, AND THEY HAVE TO BE MORE WILLING TO GET INVOLVED IN THINGS IN THE COMMUNITY. AND, NUMBER TWO, I THINK WE REALLY NEED TO BE RECRUITING FROM THE MINORITY COMMUNITY.))
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[OUT Q=.. the minority community.]
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After compiling the information from this last meeting- task force members will present a report with their findings to the Governor.
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Jean- the community is invited to add their input tonight from six to eight o'clock at the First Baptist Church in Roanoke.

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The government considers issuing a recall against an S-U-V. We'll have the details after the break,
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Plus the family of a missing Utah woman may be giving up hope that Lori Hacking will be found alive.
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There are signs the family of a woman missing in Salt Lake City are preparing for the worst.
Faced with Lori Hacking disappearance, her husband's bizarre behavior, and police skepticism, they seem ready for whatever happens next.
Jennifer Miller reports.
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(( THIS IS THE DAY LORI HACKINGS FAMILY FEARED WOULD COME.
MORE THAN A WEEK AFTER SHE WAS REPORTED MISSING, THERE IS STILL NO SIGN OF THE 27-YEAR-OLD WOMAN AND NOW FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE ASKED VOLUNTEER SEARCH TEAMS TO PULL BACK.

SOT,

I think they understand the full range of possibilities from finding her alive at some point to never finding her at all.

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POLICE RESUMED THEIR SEARCH AT THE LANDFILL LAST NIGHT SAYING THE COOLER WEATHER HELPS CADAVER DOGS WORK LONGER HOURS. DETECTIVES CONFIRM THEY WERE FOLLOWING UP ON A LEAD, BUT ARE NOT SAYING WHAT . IF ANYTHING THEY FOUND.
MILLER STANDUP BRIDGE: IT SEEMS THEIR SEARCH FOR LORI ONLY LEADS TO MORE DISTURBING DETAILS ABOUT HER FINAL DAYS.
LORI'S CO-WORKERS AT THIS BANK SAY, THREE DAYS BEFORE SHE DISAPPEARED, LORI RECEIVED A PHONE CALL WHICH THEY SAY MAY HAVE TIPPED HER OFF THAT HER HUSBAND WAS LYING ABOUT GOING TO MEDICAL SCHOOL. FRIENDS SAY SHE WENT HOME EARLY, CRYING AND UPSET.

SOT, MELISSA SUGDEN/FRIEND OF LORI HACKING

I go "Hey Lori, what's up?" you know just trying to get her to talk and she like "Nothing" and she just zoomed off and I go "Are you sure?" and she goes "Yeah" and she walked so fast you would not even believe, like she was practically running to her car.
POLICE ARE RETRACING HACKINGS STEPS THE MORNING LORI DISAPPEARED AND SAY HIS STORY DOESNT RING TRUE.

SOT, Detective Dwayne Baird/Salt Lake City Police Dept.

This gentleman doesnt have a real history of the truth.
THE ONLY TIMELINE THAT DOES SEEM TO MATCH -- THE LEASE IS UP ON THE HACKING'S APARTMENT, AND TODAY FAMILLY MEMBERS COULD BE SEEN REMOVING THE COUPLE'S POSSESSIONS. JENNIFER MILLER CBS NEWS, SALT LAKE CITY.))

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Fedearl Safety regulators are taking a close look at the Saturn Vue S-U-V.
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That after its rear suspension failed during two government rollover tests.
Now experts are looking over Saturn Vue models from 2002 through 2004.
Regulators say the left rear suspension failed on both the four wheel drive and front wheel drive Vues in June during a 45 mile an hour test that involves a sharp turn.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is doing the review. Investigators and GM have not decided whether the Vue will be recalled.
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[5-Breast-Feeding]


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More women are choosing to breast feed --but still some experts say it's not enough.
That's why as part of World Breast Feeding week they're trying to encourage more mothers to give it a try.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details?
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Jean, in some parts of world women breast feed anywhere from 2 to 7 years.
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While that might seem like a long time -- one local lactation consultant --says breast milk is the best food you can give a child.
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When it comes to breast feeding her six month old daughter, Christy Carter is the exception rather than rule.
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((I THINK IT'S 67-PERCENT OF MOTHERS ARE BEGINNING TO BREAST FEED IN THE HOSPITAL AND THAT DROPS BY HALF BY SIX MONTHS. SO IT'S REALLY AN AMAZING STATISTIC IF YOU STOP AND THINK ABOUT THAT)) [RUNS15]
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Christy says what keeps her going is the health benefits for her and the baby.
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((THE BEGINNING IS A LITTLE TOUGHER. AND SO I JUST KEPT TELLING MYSELF IF I COULD JUST GO ANOTHER DAY. JUST PACING MYSELF THAT WAY. THINKING THAT'S JUST ONE MORE DAY OF THE ANTIBODIES SHE GETS)) [RUNS09]
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Breast milk has been shown to protect against illnesses such as allergies and ear infections, reduce the risk of childhood diabetes, increase bone density, and improve brain and nervous system function.
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((WHEN WE'RE TALKING ABOUT BREAST MILK AND FORMULA WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COKE AND PEPSI. THERE ARE MAJOR DIFFERENCE. THE RESEARCH IN THE LAST 10 YEARS HAS BEEN INCREDIBLE AS FAR AS PROVING THAT BREAST MILK IS THE MOST PERFECT FOOD FOR A HUMAN BABY )) [RUNS18]
[OUT Q=the most perfect food for the human baby]


There are benefits for the motheras well, including protection against osteoporosis, reduction in the risk for breast and ovarian cancer, and help with weight loss after the baby.
Christy says it's important that women have support during the process and that's why she turned to a lactation consultant.
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[IN Q=It just kind of hit me one day]

((IT JUST KIND OF HIT ME ONE DAY THAT I'M ALL SHE NEEDS AS FAR AS HER FOOD SUPPLY AND HER NOURISHMENT AND THAT'S AN AMAZING FEELING)) [RUNS06]
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The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends women breast feed exclusively for the first six months than continue for another six months after adding solids.
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Jean,

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Coming up today following weather,
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[VO] It takes a while, but the Washington Redskins finally sign their first round draft pick.
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Today following Sports, a classic television star is honored in Chicago.
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Also we'll tell why an announcement today brought a piece of classic Las Vegas to an end.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your Tuesday ticker whcih starts with Redskins football.
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Sean Taylor has signed a seven-year deal worth 18 million dollars with the Washington Redskins. He was the fifth overall N-F-L draft pick. Taylor is expected to be Washington's opening day starter at free safety. He'll join the team on the practice field tomorrow for the final day of a three-day passing camp. The first standard Redskins training camp practices begin Saturday.
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The ACC football media kick off wrapped up today down in Greensboro, North Carolina.
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Frank Beamer's Hokies have some new motivation after being picked sixth by the media and while he knows how tough the league is, Beamer is excited to have been the key part in bringing the Hokies and his family so far.
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The Martinsville Speedway is up to its neck in renovation work these days with new concrete, new pavement and the movement of the railroad tracks on the back stretch.
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And as if that wasn't enough to keep crews working around the clock, track president Clay Campbell says the speedway also is about to begin installing the "safer-barrier" soft wall technology - to lessen the severity of crashes in the corners.
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The new walls made a huge difference at New Hampshire over the weekend, where all of the drivers walked away from a number of really hard crashes. However, there is one snag holding up the complete installation process at Martinsville.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, Travis Wells takes us through the intense education in the game of golf for new ACC football family member and Tech safety Vincent Fuller at this week's Conference media kickoff, see ya at six everybody.
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Some strong earnings reports boosted investor spirits on Wall Street today. Alexis Christoforous has the details.
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While it has been expected for several months, an announcement today ended an era in Las Vegas.
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A spokeswoman for entertainers Siegfried and Roy said the two will never return to the stage.
Roy Horn was severely injured last year when he was mauled by a tiger during a show.
Claudia Dressler said that Horn has good and bad days and nobody knows if he will ever be the same again.
She says they do know he will not be well enough to return to the stage.
Horn is still using a wheelchair, but he is able to walk several hundred steps with a walker.
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It doesn't seem like we've seen as much of comedian Bob Newhart in recent years.
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But after today, you can always see him on the streets of Chicago.
TV-Land unveiled a statue commemorating his role in "The Bob Newhart Show," by putting up a statue at the Plaza of the America's.
The show ran for six seasons on CBS.
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