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Her story inspired a television movie--
Now the once-time Washington teacher who had an affair with a 12- year- old student is out of prison.
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And, at least one child is killed when a man attacks a kindergarten class today in China.
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Hazy, hot, and humid today with cooler weather for the rest of the week right into the upcoming weekend. I'll have your hometown forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom
At least one child is dead and more than a dozen others are injured following an attack on their kindergarten class.
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Authorities say the knife attack injured 15 kindergartners and three teachers.
Two of the children are in serious condition.
A 51- year- old gatekeeper at the school is in custody.
Police haven't yet mentioned any possible motive for the attack, and are still investigating.
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Mary Kay Letourneau is a free woman again.
The former teacher who had an affair with her sixth grade student is out of prison.
But she still has to meet certain legal demands to keep her freedom.
Teri Okita reports.
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TRACK: IN SHARP CONTRAST TO THE VERY PUBLIC TRIAL AND RAPE CONVICTION OF MARY KAY LETOURNEAU, OFFICIALS WENT TO GREAT LENGTHS TO KEEP HER PRISON RELEASE PRIVATE.
JUST AFTER MIDNIGHT, THIS DECOY CAR, REPORTEDLY CARRYING A MARY KAY LOOKALIKE, LEFT THE PRISON AS THE REAL INMATE WAS SLIPPED OUT A BACK DOOR.

(SOT: Joni Odell/Prison Spokesperson: Mary Kay has been released. She

is no longer at our institution.)
TRACK: AS A CONDITION OF HER RELEASE, THE 42-YEAR-OLD AGREED NOT TO CONTACT HER FORMER STUDENT...VILI FUALAAU, THE FATHER OF TWO OF HER CHILDREN. BUT THE 21-YEAR-OLD SAYS HE'LL CHALLENGE THAT ORDER, TELLING LOCAL MEDIA HE STILL LOVES HER. HIS MOTHER IS RAISING THEIR CHILDREN, THOUGH LETOURNEAU SAW THEM SEVERAL TIMES A MONTH IN PRISON.
LETOURNEAU WILL ALSO HAVE TO REGISTER WITH THE STATE AS A SEX OFFENDER, MEANING AUTHORITIES WILL TELL HER NEW NEIGHBORS WHO SHE IS AND WHAT SHE'S DONE.

(SOT: Odell: She has 24 hours to register as a sex offender. She has

until August 5th to report into community custody supervisor.)
TRACK: LETOURNEAU WAS A MARRIED, 34-YEAR-OLD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER WITH FOUR CHILDREN WHEN SHE BEGAN A RELATIONSHIP WITH THE THEN 12-YEAR-OLD STUDENT.
SHE HASN'T SPOKEN PUBLICLY SINCE HER RELEASE FROM PRISON BUT MAY SOMEDAY TELL HER OWN STORY. THE COURTS RULED IN 2000 THAT SHE CAN SELL AND PROFIT FROM IT. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS.
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Salt Lake City police resume their search today with cadaver dogs as they look for Lori Hacking in a city landfill.
Authorities say her husband has confessed to her murder.
In addition, a bloody knife and other evidence has reportedly been found in their apartment.
Mark Koelbel has the latest.
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((C-B-S Salt Lake City station K-U-T-V has more SCRIPT THE NEW SURVEILLANCE TAPES OFFER INVESTIGTORS A POSSIBLE TIMELINE ON THE NIGHT LORI WAS ALLEGEDLY KILLED. THE TAPE FROM A LOCAL CONVENIENCE STORE ON SUNDAY NIGHT ...SHOWS LORI AND MARK TOGETHER AT AROUND 9:30. BUT ABOUT 4 HOURS LATER...MARK RETURNS... THIS TIME... HE IS ALONE. THE TAPE SHOWS HACKNG EXAMINING HIS HANDS BEFORE BUYING CIGARETTES FROM THE CLERK. Detective Dwayne Baird / Salt Lake City Police Dept. "th
at would be part of our evidence... And part of what we need to look (sot Attorney Gil Athay/Mark Hacking's Attorney)

"If you pump gasoline, I think each of us sniff to see if we have gas on our hand so to me there was nothing unusual about that videotape. You can draw all the nefarious inferences you want, but I think there's just as many reasonable explanations." AND ACCORDING TO A PROBABLE CAUSE STATEMENT CONCERNING A SEARCH OF THE HACKING'S APARTMENT, POLICE SAY HUMAN BLOOD WAS FOUND ON A KNIFE IN THE COUPLE'S BEDROOM AND ALSO ON THE HEADBOARD AND BEDRAILS OF THE BED. BUT THE MOST INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE COMES FROM A "RELIABLE CITIZEN WITNESS." HE SAYS HE TALKED WITH MARK HACKING ON SATURDAY, JULY 24TH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH'S PSYCHIATRIC UNIT. IN THAT CONVERSATION... MARK ALLEGEDLY ADMITTED KILLING HIS WIFE WHILE SHE SLEPT...DISPOSING OF HER BODY IN A NEIGHBORHOOD DUMPSTER. David Yocom / Salt Lake District Attorney "The next step in this process after an arrest without a warrant is made, is the screening of the case for filing of formal charges." ))
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That was Mark Koelbel reporting from Salt Lake City.

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Gun battles erupted today between Iraqi police and militants.
Officials say 12 Iraqis have been killed today in gun battles between Iraqi police and militants.
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Witnesses say dozens of masked men with assault rifles and rocket- propelled grenade launchers moved through the streets.
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Meanwhile, Iraqi militants have reportedly released four Jordanian hostages and two Turkish drivers.
That after taking them hostage to put pressure on their companies to stop working in Iraq.
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A fatal accident three weeks ago near Burnt Chimney may not have happened the way witnesses said it did.
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State Police reconstructed the wreck and now say it was Paul Morra's vehicle that crossed the center line and struck Roy Ninninger's vehicle. Ninninger, a 52-year old Moneta resident, was killed.
Morra survived the accident. Morra, an 18-year old from Salem, was headed toward the Westlake area, not going the opposite direction as was first reported.
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It'll be up to the Commonwealth's Attorney to decide if charges should be filed.

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Over two-hundred fifty area campers are gathering today for the grand finale celebration of Adventure in the Park.
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The director of Eureka Park Camp wanted the children to leave the summer camp with an event they would remember.

So today they are meeting for a cookout, kickball games, arts and crafts, and tours of a Carilion Helicopter.
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((ANDRAE VIA/DIRECTOR OF EUREKA PARK CAMP; THE WHOLE SUMMER PROGRAM I'VE BEEN TRYING TO EXPOSE THE KIDS TO DIFFERENT THINGS SO THIS FINALE, SOMETHING POSITIVE FOR THEM TO LOOK UP TO, SOMETHING TO WORK TOWARDS, SEND THEM BACK TO SCHOOL WITH A SMILE ON THEIR FACE. ))
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The events at Eureka Park today are open to the public. Summer camps sponsored by Roanoke City Parks and Recreation end this Friday.
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Still to come on the newscast, Lynchburg authorities want to hear from anyone who may have bought something from a suspected burglar.
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Plus we'll tell you why a project to make neighborhoods safer is taking on special signifigance for some Roanokers.


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A Lynchburg man is suspected of a series of burglaries over the past several weeks.
Eight churches and businesses in the Campbell Avenue area have been broken into. The items stolen include tools, microwave ovens, computers and a large t-v.
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31-year-old Shawn Wesley Irby is in jail for parole violation and drug charges ... police say charges related to the burglaries are pending.
Anyone who may have received property from Irby is asked to call the Lynchburg police.
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All across America last night, residents headed outside in an effort to make their neighborhoods safer. It was all of part what is called National Night Out. And as Justin McLeod found out the event took on extra significance in one Roanoke neighborhood.
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With a little music and plenty of food, residents in Old Southwest celebrated National Night Out.
It is an event that promotes efforts to fight crime in neighborhoods.
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Well, not everybody.
The event attracted more police officers than it did nearby residents.
Even so, organizers call it a success.
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There's been plenty of communication lately among residents here along Day Avenue.
There's been a new neighborhood watch group that's been around since May and they're already seeing results.
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Police made those arrests after numerous complaints from neighbors.
Residents tell us the area also has problems with drugs and alcohol.
Our cameras for example happened to be rolling when a man was arrested for being drunk in public.
Roanoke Police say one way to solve the problems is to reorganize the department.
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((LT. JAMES FAZIO/ROANOKE POLICE DEPT.: WHEN WE GO TO THIS GEOGRAPHICAL POLICING THE SAME OFFICERS WILL BE WORKING THE SAME AREAS WILL BE POLICING THE SAME PEOPLE ALL THE TIME SO THEY CAN BE COMFORTABLE WITH THE GOOD AND THE BAD AND THOSE AREAS AND BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE BAD PROBLEMS AND THEN FIX THOSE PROBLEMS.))
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: GEOGRAPHIC POLICING WILL DIVIDE THE CITY INTO FOUR ZONES. EACH ONE WILL HAVE ITS OWN COMMANDER AND OFFICERS WHO CONCENTRATE ON PROBLEMS IN THAT PARTICULAR AREA. IT SHOULD BE IN PLACE BY MID-SEPTEMBER. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))

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The candidates in the Ninth District Congressional race are arguing over debating.
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Yesterday, in Roanoke County, Republican Kevin Triplett said one is not enough.
He renewed his call for a SERIES of joint appearances with Democratic incumbent Rick Boucher.
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Boucher says he has a tradition of participating in one debate during each campaign, and plans to accept an invitation from WDBJ-7 for a televised debate in mid-October.
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In a telephone interview yesterday afternoon, Boucher said Congress probably won't recess until mid-October, and that a full slate of joint appearances in every county of the district is simply "unrealistic."

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Former President Bill Clinton brought along his own version of a bed-time story for David Letterman's infant son.

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Clinton appeared on the Late Show last night.
He signed a copy of his 957- page memoir for Letterman's son, Harry.
So far, his book has sold more than a million and a half copies.
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Turning to the current campaign, Clinton said he thinks fellow Democrat John Kerry has a good chance in November.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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a birthdya party celebrates the life of a miracle dog who was shot and twice left for dead.
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As the saying goes...cats seem to have nine lives. However, a dog named hope makes a case that dogs do too. Rhonda Grayson reports on a special celebration for a dog named Hope.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 33 points. The NASDAQ has lost 11 points.

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We'll take a Friday Football Extra preseason look at Hidden Valley.
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And Universal's Orlando theme park isn't just for kids anymore. Especially come September.
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Former Hokie DeAngelo Hall has finally made it to training camp.
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The Falcons' top draft pick grabbed his franchise record $13 million dollar signing bonus, and then immediately hit the field. Hall is not only expected to start at defensive back, but also return punts.
And with his multi-million dollar deal - he also will be picking up a lot of tabs.
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Class, character and respect are also words being thrown around at today's Friday Football Extra preseason stopping point.
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Hidden Valley is in its third year as a high school, and this season Former Friday Football Extra star J.R. Edwards takes over the team in his first job as a head coach. One of the main things Edwards brought to the team immediately was a new style of discipline.
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J.R. played at William Byrd and coached there as an assistant. And as luck would have it, his game as a head coach will be against his alma mater and his mentor - Jeff Highfill.
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Tonight, News Seven sports heads over to Northside and check in with Jim Hickam, now in his 30th season as head coach of the Vikings.
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A Virginian who was the basketball freshman of the year in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is switching schools.
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Shane Nichols has transferred from Saint Peter's College to Wofford. The six-foot guard from Radford averaged 10-point-6 points and hit 68 three-pointers last season for Saint Peter's. He has to sit out this season under N-C-A-A rules.
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The Universal Orlando theme park is known for being family- friendly-- but that'll soon change once the sun goes down.
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On Labor Day Weekend, the park will only allow adults 21 and older into the park after 7 P-M.
Officials are making the park an after- hours adult playground.
Beginning Friday, September 3rd and running through Monday, September 6th, Universal Orlando will transform itself into a singles social event with specially- themed, exclusive parties.
They'll feature New York nightclub settings, South Beach-style salsa dancing, and martini bars.
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