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Today on News 7 at 5, two people drown in Rockbridge County.
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Plus in Utah, police arrest the husband of a missing pregnant woman.
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A tropical system near the Carolinas is not our big weather problem. Rather heavy downpours from thunderstorms is the focus. Details ahead.

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Also today, changes are coming to the way Roanoke police officers patrol the streets.
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A mystery is solved after a strange animal is captured in a Maryland neighborhood.
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Plus a troubled rescue squad says it is making a comeback. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Two weeks after her disappearance, Salt Lake City police arrest the husband of a missing woman.
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Officers arrested Mark Hacking on suspicion of murdering his wife Lori.
As Teri Okita tells us, they believe he killed her in their apartment and then dumped her body somewhere else.
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((Two weeks after 27 year old Lori Hacking vanished, police have arrested her husband Mark on a charge of aggravated murder.

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We believe Mark Hacking is responsible for her disappearance and her death.
No body has been found, but police say they know the homicide happened, know what the murder weapon was, and are convinced that Lori was killed in the apartment she shared with her husband.

SOT: Dinse

We are hopeful that we will find the body, obviously, but we believe that this case is strong enough that we could prosecute without that.
Volunteers have searched for Lori Hacking in the neighborhoods, industrial areas and canyons around the park where she was said to have been jogging the morning she disappeared on July 19th. Since then, Mark Hacking's credibility has crumbled amid revelations that he lied to his wife about graduating from college and enrolling in medical school.
The day after he reported his wife missing, Hacking was taken to a psychiatric ward after he was seen running around naked outside a motel where he'd take a room. Police were waiting for his release from the hospital before arresting him.
Believing that Lori Hacking's body is in the municipal landfill, the police will resume searching for her remains there on Wednesday.

SOT:Dinse

The thought that her last resting place is a landfill is not a pleasant thought and the fact that she may have to stay there is something else we don't want to think about.
Amidst reports that Lori Hacking was in the early stage of pregnancy... its an open question whether additional charges will be filled against her husband.

SOT: Dinse

We'd have to establish that she was pregnant. We don't have a body at this point, so that's problematic.
Meantime, Mark Hacking is being watched as a potential suicide. Terri Okita, CBS News. ))

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The National Hurricane Center is moving its tropical storm warning north along the Carolina coast.
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That's as Tropical Storm Alex shifts ever-so-slightly toward the east-northeast. The tropical storm warning now extends from the Santee River south of Georgetown, South Carolina, north to Oregon Inlet, North Carolina. High surf and rip currents are expected to affect much of the Southeast coast over the next couple of days. Forecasters say the storm has the potential to reach hurricane strength in the next day or so but that it looks like it will remain offshore.
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Authorities in Rockbridge County say they may never know what caused two people to drown over the weekend.
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20-year-old Charles Back and his 13-year-old cousin Joshua Back went swimming last night in the Maury River, near Jordan's Point. When they did not come home, Charles' brother went looking for them, only to find their belongings.
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((WE STARTED OUT TO DO A SEARCH AND WE CALLED IN OUR LOCAL RESCUE AS WELL AS THE ASSISTANCE OF BUENA VISTA RESCUE SQUAD AND BOTH FIRE DEPARTMENTS TO ASSIST US AND THE ROCKBRIDGE SHERIFF'S DEPT'S DIVERS 19))
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After a two-hour search, divers discovered their bodies about 20-feet from the bank in 15-feet of water. Officers have ruled the drownings an accident. But they say with so many possibilities and no witnesses, they will never know exactly how the pair died.
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They say they may be down, but they're not out...
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Just three-months ago, membership at the Craig County Rescue Squad had dwindled to just four-members. While things have been tough, the Emergency Service Coordinator says the group is beginning to turn itself around. During the month of July the group responded to 56-calls, that's compared to an average of 24-calls last year.
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((JIM CADY/CRAIG CO. EMERGENCY SERVICE COORDINATOR: OUR EMTs HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB. IN THE PAST THREE-MONTHS WE'VE ONLY MISSED ONE-CALL, BUT OUR ADVANCED LIFE-SUPPORT HAS BEEN LACKING. RIGHT NOW I'M BASICALLY THE ONLY ONE RUNNING ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT OVER HERE UNLESS SOMEONE FROM ROANOKE CITY/COUNTY COMES OVER WHICH IS HAPPENING OCCASSIONALLY DURING THE WEEK AND ON THE WEEKENDS. SO WE HAVE TO DEPEND ON THE MEDICS FROM THE CATAWBA/MASON'S COVE STATIONS OF ROANOKE COUNTY.))
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Currently there are five-members. Later this week three-more people will be sworn in. Cady (katie) credits neighboring squads with helping during this rough time and says members will undergo conflict resolution training to avoid problems in the future.
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The group is also working with the high school to develop a program in which students can be certified to work on the squad.

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Members of Roanoke City Council are giving the thumbs up to a police department reorganization.
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The plan outlined today would divide the city into four zones, each with its own Lieutenant, Sergeants and assigned officers.
Today, council members said they believe the Geographic Policing Proposal makes sense.
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((IT WILL ALLOW OFFICERS TO BE IN A CERTAIN GEOGRAPHICAL AREA ON A CONSISTENT AND REGULAR BASIS, THEREBY GETTING TO KNOW THE NEIGHBORHOOD, GETTING TO KNOW THE PROBLEM SPOTS.))
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The plan is not without criticism.
During today's council meeting, Alice Hincker questioned how the plan will affect the School Resource Officer Program. She complained that city officials did not seek community input on the program.
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The Police Department plans to begin implementing the changes later this month.

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Still to come on the newscast, the work week begins with tight security at the nation's financial markets.
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Plus on Healthcheck, we'll tell you why aspirin may not be helping every heart patient who takes it.
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President Bush wants the US to have an intelligence czar. That was one of the recommendations of the 9-11 Commission. Jennifer Donelan reports from the White House.
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((JUST 24 HOURS AFTER THE MOST SPECIFIC TERROR THREAT TO THE U.S. SINCE 9/11, A SOLEMN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FROM THE ROSE GARDEN:
Sot - President George W. Bush Were a nation in danger.
FLANKED BY HIS NATIONAL SECURITY TEAM, THE PRESIDENT ANNOUNCED THAT HE WILL CREATE A NEW POSITION: A NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE DIRECTOR CHARGED WITH OVERSEEING THE COUNTRYS 15 SPY AGENCIES INCLUDING THE CIA AND FBI. IT WAS A KEY RECOMMENDATION OF THE 9/11 COMMISSION, BUT THE PRESIDENT BROKE WITH THEIR RANKS IN SAYING HE WANTS THE POSITION TO BE BASED OUTSIDE OF THE WHITE HOSUE.
Sot - President George W. Bush "I think it ought to bea stand-alone group to better coordinate, particularly between foreign intelligence and domestic intelligence matters.''
THE DAY-TO-DAY INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS HERE AT HOME AND ABROAD WOULD BE UNDER THE NEW DIRECTORS CONTROL AND THE PRESIDENT SAID HE OR SHE, ALSO OUGHT TO HAVE CONTROL OVER THE PURSE STRINGS. ANOTHER STEP WITH FULL PRESIDENTIAL SUPPORT, THE CREATION OF A NATIONAL COUNTERTERRORISM CENTER, ALSO TO BE SET UP OUTSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE.
Sot - President George W. Bush This new center will build on the analytical work, the really good analytical work, of the Terrorist Threat Integration Center, and will become the governments knowledge bank for known and unknown terrorists.
THE ENDORSEMENTS GARNERED SOME PRAISE FROM THE PRESIDENTS POLITICAL RIVAL, SENATOR JOHN KERRY. BUT HE WARNED THERES NO TIME TO WASTE.
Sot - Sen. John Kerry, D-Presidential Candidate We need to move forward, and we need to act now.
DONELAN STAND-UP: KERRY URGED THE PRESIDENT TO CALL CONGRESS INTO A SPECIAL SESSION THIS SUMMER TO APPROVE THE NEW CHANGES. MR. BUSH SAYS HES GIVING LAWMAKERS TIME TO THINK AND THEN ACT WHEN THEY RETURN IN SEPTEMBER. JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS THE WHITE HOUSE.))

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Meantime, the nation's financial system continues to operate normally despite indications terrorists have it in their sites. Treasury Secretary John Snow is trying to bolster confidence on Wall Street and Main Street amidst the new warnings. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg added his encouragement as he and Governor George Pataki rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
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((MICHAEL BLOOMBERG/NEW YORK CITY MAYOR: NYC IS NOT GOING TO BE COWED BY TERRORIST. MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT THAT. WE'RE NOT GOING TO SPARE ANY EXPENSE IN PROTECTING US BUT ALSO THE PEOPLE OF NYC KNOW THAT GIVING INTO TERRORISM IS EXACTLY THE WRONG THING TO DO.))
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As outlined yesterday by Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, new intelligence indicates terrorists are plotting attacks on specific financial targets in New York, New Jersey and the nation's capital.
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A major counter-terrorism exercise will begin later this week in central and eastern Virginia. More than four thousand local, state, and federal personnel will respond to seven fictitious crisis scenarios sponsored by the federal government. The drill called Determined Promise '04 will begin Wednesday and run through next Tuesday.
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It will take place throughout the Tidewater and Richmond areas.
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((MARK WARNER/GOVERNOR; WE ARE PLEASED THAT VIRGINIA WAS SELECTED AS A KEY SITE TO HOST THIS IMPORTANT DRILL. IT UNDERSCORES THE COMMONWEALTH'S LONG STANDING FOCUS ON PREPAREDNESS AND I THINK OUR LONG STANDING LEVEL OF COOPERATION WITH OUR PARTNERS IN THE MILITARY. ))
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Governor Warner says Virginia and California were chosen to execute the drills, not to be confused with the current elevated national terrorism threat level.
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Millions of Americans take aspirin on a regular basis, hoping to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.
But it turns out that many people don't get the heart health benefit of aspirin, and they don't even know it.
Doctor Sean Kenniff explains.
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EIGHT YEARS AGO 41-YEAR-OLD ABE MANTELL HAD A MILD HEART ATTACK. DOCTORS TOLD HIM TO TAKE ASPIRIN DAILY.... HOPING TO LOWER HIS RISK OF ANOTHER. BUT JUST RECENTLY A TEST REVEALED THAT, FOR ABE, ASPIRIN DOES NOT HAVE THE BLOOD THINNING EFFECTS IT DOES ON MOST PEOPLE... SOMETHING CALLED "ASPIRIN RESISTANCE".

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"I never expected it to prevent heart attack I just expected it to reduce my chance."

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL)

WHEN PLATLETS IN THE BLOOD STICK TOGETHER IT CAN CREATE A BLOOD CLOT WHICH CAN LEAD TO A HEART ATTACK. ASPIRIN IS SUPPOSED TO KEEP THOSE PLATLETS FROM STICKING TOGETHER IN THE FIRST PLACE. BUT AN ESTIMATED 2 AND A HALF MILLION PEOPLE ARE NOT GETTING THIS BENEFIT.

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"the group that is resistant to aspirin has about a three to four fold increased risk of having a second heart attack or second stroke."
DOCTOR MARK GOODMAN PERFORMS A SIMPLE BLOOD TEST TO DISCOVER IF A PERSON IS ASPIRIN RESISTANT. BUT SINCE THIS IS A NEW PROBLEM THE TESTING MACHINE IS NOT WIDELY AVAILABLE. AND THERE'S ANOTHER PROBLEM: DOCTORS AREN'T SURE HOW TO COUNTER-ACT THE CONDITION. ABE IS NOW BEING GIVEN A HIGHER DOSE OF ASPIRIN ALONG WITH ANOTHER ANTI-CLOGGING DRUG CALLED PLAVIX.... WHICH SEEMS TO BE WORKING.

(SOT- Dr. Mark Goodman/Cardiovascular Medical Associates)

"unfortunately I cannot tell you with any degree of certainty or honesty that this is the right way to treat patients. It just seems like a logical way."
STUDIES ARE NOW UNDERWAY TO FIND THE BEST WAY TO TREAT PEOPLE LIKE ABE MANTELL. ALL HE CAN DO IS HOPE HE'S BEING TREATED THE RIGHT WAY. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Robin will have our detailed look at the weather.
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[VO] Plus we'll tell you why one of the world's most famous horses is retiring.
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Coming up next on the newscast, it may be hard to believe, but its time for football practice to begin.
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Then a little bit later, we'll see if "The Village" can twist and turn its way to the top of the box office.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. If you want a sure sign that the summer is evaporating quickly - we have it. High school football practice began today as many of the teams from around the region opened two-a-day workouts under rather warm conditions.
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The heat was on in more ways than one at William Fleming where the Colonels can't wait to get another season started.

The Colonels came within a whisker of winning the Division Four state title last season under head coach Keith Smith.


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That experience - coupled with the return of several all-star caliber players on the defensive side of the ball has greatly accelerated the Colonels' learning curve this preseason.
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[VO NAT CON'T] The Colonels also have some new coaches on staff - who should be familiar to fans of Friday Football Extra. More on that tonight on News 7 at Six.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies report for duty tomorrow as the BCA matchup with USC draws closer. The Hokie begin practice on Wednesday and Tech's inaugural ACC season begins with a monster non-conference opponent--the top team in the land. And with so many solid teams IN their new conference, Beamer and his staff will definitely give non-conference scheduling a lot of thought in the future.
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Beamer is in town tonight to speak at the Roanoke Valley Sports Club tonight at the Salem Civic Center. His counterpart Al Groh will be in Salem on Thursday night.

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It looks like Smarty Jones is done.
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The Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner retired from racing today because of chronic bruising in his hoofs. The three-year-old colt has not raced since losing to Birdstone in the Belmont Stakes and had already withdrawn from the Pennsylvania Derby scheduled for September 5th. Smarty was the 18th horse to win both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness but fail to win the Triple Crown.
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Take care everybody - Shannon will be right back to wrapup News 7 at Five in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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A trading day that opened under the shadow of terrorism warnings has ended with modest gains on Wall Street. Jean Lee has more in today's Marketwatch report.
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Animal officers in Maryland have solved a mystery.
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For two weeks, a strange looking animal has been lurking in a Glyndon neighborhood.
Even after its image was captured on tape, people still could not identify it.
Some dubbed it a hyote (HIGH-OATEE), thinking it was a cross between a hyena and coyote.
But it was captured this weekend with a piece of sirloin steak and a cage.
It turns out the mysterious creature is a red fox.
Its small face, long tail and a bad case of scabies (SCAY-BEES) made it hard to identify.
But authorities believe the fox can be treated and eventually released back into the wild.
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It took a Village to raise 51 million dollars at the weekend box office.
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"The Village" was the number one movie for the weekend.
It knocked "The Bourne Supremacy" out of the top spot, but Matt Damon's film still managed to make 23 MILLION dollars.
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"The Manchurian Candidate" opened in third with 20 million dollars.
"I, Robot" and "Spider-Man 2" rounded out the top five.

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