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Today on News 7 at 5, three people in Pearisburg are accused of drugging and sexually assaulting two 14 year old girls.
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Also the F-B-I raids a New York Mosque. Two men are arrested for allegedly trying to buy a missile.
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Showers taper off and cooler air filters in which sets up a very pleasant weekend. More on the forecast just ahead.

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Some Roanoke parents are upset about possible changes with school resource officers.
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Actor Tom Cruise hopes he turns out to be a hit as a hitman.
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And Brent Watts will show us how to grow more plants in this week's Growin' It. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Concerned parents in Roanoke speak out against changes to the School Resource Officer Program.
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Good Evening.





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A new plan announced by Roanoke City Police this week is changing the way School Resource Officers do business. Now some parents are voicing their concerns.
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Monday police announced plans to divide the city into four zones and practice geographic policing. School resource officers, once considered specialized units, will now fall under the command of the lieutenant in charge of their school's zone.
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Former mayoral candidate and parent, Alice Hincker, is afraid the new designation will weaken the program.
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[IN Q=Quite often kids live]

((ALICE Hincker: QUITE OFTEN KIDS LIVE TOGETHER OR SOCIALIZE, BUT GO TO DIFFERENT SCHOOLS. I MEAN, THERE MAY EVEN BE KIDS WHO LIVE IN THE SAME POLICING ZONE THAT GO TO DIFFERENT SCHOOLS BECAUSE OF SPECIAL PROGRAMS. SO, THE FACT THAT THEY LIVE IN THE ZONE WHERE THOSE OFFICERS GET TO KNOW THEM ISN'T GOING TO HELP WHEN THEY GO TO SCHOOL.))
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Hincker says she's also concerned with the lack of public comment on the change. She plans to ask City Council to step in and prevent the S-R-O program from being placed under the new policing system. Police Chief Joe Gaskins says the new designation will actually make more officers available to go into schools if needed.
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Three-people are behind bars after police say they drugged and sexually assaulted two 14-year-old girls.
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According to authorities- 24-year-old Melissa Lynn Blankenship -a family friend of the girls- picked them up to go four-wheeling.
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But instead, Blankenship took the girls back to her apartment in the 14-hundred block of Wenonah Avenue in Pearisburg.
Police say that's where Blankenship's boyfriend, 20-year-old Ryan Jackson Craft and 22-year-old Ryan Clay Gilmer were waiting.
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((SGT. RICHARD GAUTIER/PEARISBURG POLICE DEPT: I'M NOT SURE WHAT WAS PLANNED AND WHAT WAS NOT ON PART OF THE PEOPLE WHO WERE NOT MINORS- THE THREE-ADULTS. NOTHING INDICATES THERE NEEDS TO BE FUTURE INVESTIGATION ON THAT, AS FAR AS HOW THE GIRLS' GOT TO THE APARTMENT AND NOT THE ORIGINAL DESTINATION.))
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The three face numerous charges including carnal knowledge of a juvenile and abduction. They're held in the New River Valley Jail without bond. The group will appear for a preliminary hearing on Monday.
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Two New York men are under arrest, charged with aiding terrorists. Sources say the men are linked to a group with ties to al Qaeda. Drew Levinson has more from Albany.
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(((Albany, New York) TRACK: THE INVESTIGATION TOOK A YEAR...BUT IT PAID OFF SAY FEDERAL OFFICIALS. THEY BUSTED TWO LEADERS OF A NEW YORK MOSQUE, FOR TRYING TO HELP SOMEONE THEY BELIEVED WAS A TERRORIST BUY A SHOULDER-FIRED MISSILE. HE WAS REALLY A CONVICTED FELON WORKING UNDERCOVER FOR THE GOVERNMENT.

(SOT: Jim Comey/Deputy US Attorney General 13:46:37 The missile would be

used against the Pakistani ambassador in New York to retaliate against the leadership of Pakistan for helping the US in war on terror.)
TRACK: IN HIS OWN WORDS, THE DEPUTY U-S ATTORNEY GENERAL SAID THIS ISN'T THE "CASE OF THE CENTURY". HE ADMITS THESE MEN WERE NOT PLOTTING TO ATTACK THE UNITED STATES...AND THE MOSQUE FOUNDER EVEN SAID, NOW IS NOT THE TIME FOR VIOLENCE. BUT OFFICIALS SAY THE CASE IS A WARNING TO ANYONE PLOTTING AGAINST THE U-S: YOU NEVER KNOW WHO YOU'RE DEALING WITH.

(SOT: Comey: This a good case, it sends an important message. But I

don't want it misread by the media or anybody else as some sort of breathless announcement of the disrupting of a terrorist plot.)
TRACK: IT'S NOT MENTIONED IN THE COURT PAPERS, BUT SOURCES SAY THE MEN HAVE TIES TO ANSAR AL-ISLAM, A GROUP THAT'S BEEN LINKED TO AL QAEDA.

(Drew Levinson/Albany, NY)
(BRIDGE: THE MEN WERE ARRESTED IN OVERNIGHT RAIDS, AND AGENTS ALSO

SEARCHED THEIR MOSQUE HERE IN ALBANY, LOOKING FOR EVIDENCE. FELLOW WORSHIPPPERS SAY THIS IS A HOUSE OF PRAYER, AND NOTHING MORE.)

(SOT: Faisal Ahmad/Worships at Mosque:

This is a reflection of what we believe is stereotyping in the Muslim community..)
TRACK: THOUGH THE MOSQUE SEARCH AND ARRESTS COME THE SAME WEEK AS THE LATEST TERROR ALERT ISSUED FOR PARTS OF NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY AND WASHINGTON, OFFICIALS STRESS THIS CASE IS NOT RELATED. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, ALBANY, NEW YORK.))

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The fiercest fighting in weeks is under way in the Iraqi city of Najaf (NAH'-jahf) -- where a U-S helicopter has been hit.
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The fighting started when followers of a prominent Shiite cleric attacked the local police station. The police called in the marines and Iraqi troops for backup. A marine helicopter was shot down in the battle. The crew was injured but evacuated to safety. Elsewhere in the same city at least one American soldier was killed and others wounded when a convoy was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade and small arms fire.
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The state's Lieutenant Governor says he wants to bring more healthcare to those who can't afford it. We'll hear from him after the break.
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Also we will have an update as doctors separate twins joined at the head.
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Conjoined twins who underwent surgery to seperate them are said to be "doing fine".
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The 17-hour operation on Carl and Clarence Aguirre (ah-GEER-ee) ended around 3:15 this morning. Doctors teased apart abutting portions of the boys' brains after completing an incision around their skull.
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((DR. JAMES GOODRICH/DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF PEDIATRIC NEUROSURGERY: PART OF THE TIME THAT WAS SPENT IN THE OPERATING ROOM WAS ANALAGOUS TO DRIVING THROUGH THE STREETS OF NEW YORK AND AT EVERY TURN WE HAD TO CHECK THE MAP TO MAKE SURE EVERY TURN WAS GOING TO BE THE RIGHT ONE.))
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The 2-year olds will have their skulls reconstructed later. A surgeon told the boys' mother, who was waiting in a private area, that she is now ``the mother of two boys.' Word of the successful surgery drew applause, cheers and tears in the the boys' home village in the Phillipines.
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Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine says he wants to help the more than one million Virginians without health insurance.
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Today, Tim Kaine visited the Kuumba (KOOM-buh) Community Health and Wellness Center in Roanoke. It's a non-profit ogranization that serves patients without insurance regardless of income, as well as the fully insured. Kaine says centers like Kuumba are essential to providing all Virginians with the medical attention they need.
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((LT. GOV. TIM KAINE; THEY ARE DOING A LOT WITH A LITTLE HERE, AND WE NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT THESE INSTITUTIONS ARE STRONG, BUT WE ALSO HAVE TO LOOK AT WAYS, PARTICULARLY IN THE WORKPLACE WE CAN MAKE IT EASIER FOR EMPLOYERS TO AFFORD HEALTH CARE FOR THEIR EMPLOYEES. ))
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Kaine says he is looking at ways to make health insurance more affordable for small businesses, and will present his ideas to the General Assembly this fall.
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She's an OB-GYN whose expertise has landed her on several national talk shows and whose book, the "Ditchdiggers Daughters" was made into a television movie.
And today Dr. Yvonne (EE-von) Thornton was in Roanoke.
Joy Sutton has details.
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((
She's a doctor who tells it like it is --woman to woman --from her soon to be released book to her lectures around the country empowering women to take charge of their own health.
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((WOMEN WANT TO KNOW HOW TO BEST TO TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES IN A HEALTHFUL WAY THERE ARE SO MANY MYTHS THAT SOUND GOOD BUT AGAIN ARE NOT GOOD AND SOUND)) [RUNS11]
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More than 2-hundred women turned out for Dr. Thornton's talk about the ABC's of PAPs, HRT's GYN's as part of Carilion's Womens Health University.
She says there are several myths --she's working to dispel.
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[IN Q=That birth control causes cancer]

((THAT BIRTH CONTROL PILLS CAUSE CANCER AND THEY DON'T. BASICALLY YOU CAN EAT AS MUCH AS YOU WANT DURING PREGNANCY BECAUSE YOU'RE EATING FOR TWO AND THAT'S CAUSING A BACKLASH OF OBESITY IN THIS COUNTRY. THE OTHER CONCERNS MENOPAUSE THAT THE NEXT STEP IS DEATH AND THAT'S NOT TRUE WE CAN HAVE VERY FULL LIFE)) [RUNS18]
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Thornton says that's why women should educate themselves. She says while the Internet can be a good source-- you have to be careful.
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((GOING ON THE INTERNET SOMETIMES IS LIKE EATING YOUR DINNER FROM THE GARBAGE CAN SO YOU NEED TO KNOW WHAT SITES THAT ARE THERE. THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIAN AND GYNECOLOGISTS, ACOG, ACOG-DOT-ORG IS GOOD ABOUT INFORMING WOMEN ABOUT THE NEW CONCERNS THAT WE HAVE A GUIDELINES THAT WE'RE GIVING TO OUR PATIENTS. THAT'S EXCELLENT)) [RUNS17]
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Thornton wants women to become partners with doctors-- so that there is a team approach to health care.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Coming up next, Robin Reed will let us know what we can expect from the weekend weather,
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[VO] and Brent Watts gets a brief lesson in division on this weeks Growin' It.
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To multiply, you must first divide. That's the advice from a master gardener on getting new plants out of old ones. Brent Watts tells how it all adds up in this week's Growin' It.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see how the Knights of Cave Spring are looking to improve on a five and five season,
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Also we'll tell you why Tom Cruise hopes fans love his new movie, but hate his character.
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Good afternoon everybody welcome to your ticker which starts with high school football. There is quite a bit of excitement over at Cave Spring this summer as the Knights look to improve on a 5 and 5 2003 season.
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Ben Foutz begins his sixth season as the head coach with a solid stock of talent. He returns 12 starters from last years team that barely missed the playoffs by a few tenths of a point. Five offensive starters are back and the defensive unit returns seven starters in 2004.
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More on the Knights and their solid linebacking core coming up tonight on news 7 at six.

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Monday night Frank Beamer took the podium at the Roanoke Valley Sports Club. Tonight it will be Al Groh's turn. The UVa coach opens his 4th season in Charlottesville with the first practice on Wednesday. And the Cavs appear to be solid all the way around, although Marques Hagans has some big shoes to fill under center with the graduation of Matt Schaub.
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The Nextel Cup Series heads back to Indy this weekend for the 11th running of the Brickyard 400.
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While the Daytona 500 is still THE race in Nascar, because of the setting and rich history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, this race has a mystique unlike any other.
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Qualifying for the Brickyard 400 takes place Saturday morning at 11am. That's it for the ticker. Coming up at six, a medical update on Hokies running back Cedric Humes who broke his leg in April. We'll see you then everbody.

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Oil prices crossed the 44 dollar a barrell mark for the first time today. That scared off many investors on Wall Street.
Jean Lee has more.
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Tom Cruise hopes he has a hit on his hands.
In his new movie, "Collateral," he's play a very different role as a high price hitman.
Teri Okita has more.
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CLIP: Whats your name? Max. Max, Im Vincent.
TRACK: IN A RARE VILLAINOUS TURN, TOM CRUISE PLAYS VINCENT A CONTRACT KILLER SENT TO CARRY OUT SEVERAL MURDERS IN ONE NIGHT. JAMIE FOXX IS MAX, THE UNASSUMING TAXI DRIVER WHO FERRIES VINCENT THROUGH THE L-A STREETS. MAX HAS NO CLUE WHATS HAPPENING UNTIL SOMETHING GOES TERRIBLY WRONG.

(NATSD/CLIP OF BODY FALLING ON CAR AT 1:14:09)


CLIP: Max: You killed him? Vincent: No, I shot him. Bullets and the fall killed him.

(Super: Tom Cruise/ Plays Vincent)
SOT: Vincent is the kind of character. Hes a high dynamic

guy, and hes definitely within his 10-hour timeframe. Hes on a roll Teri: Hes got things to do. Tom: Hes got things to do. Hes a busy guy. Hes going to go with a little bit of force behind it. (:18)
CLIP: Max: What did he do to you? Vincent: Nothing. I only met him tonight. Max: You just met him once and you killed him like that? Vincent: What, I should only kill people after I get to know them? MAX GROANS.
TRACK: IN WHATS BEING CALLED HIS BREAK-OUT ROLE, JAMIE FOXX HAD SOME ARTISTIC DIFFERENCES, AT FIRST, WITH DIRECTOR MICHAEL MANN.

(Super: Jamie Foxx/ Plays Max)
SOT: Michael Mann makes Max the uncomfortable, uncoordinated

hero. Because, what I wanted to do was, No, Michael. I should jump out and turn the gun sideways and blah, blah! And then, theme music Max is back! He said, No, I want you to be simple. I want you to be indecisive. I want you to be boring. (:20)
TRACK: OFF-SCREEN, CO-STAR JADA PINKETT-SMITH BECAME FAST FRIENDS WITH THE TWO, ESPECIALLY TOM CRUISE.

(Super: Jada Pinkett Smith/ Plays Annie)
SOT: Tom and I just have a really good time hanging out with

one another. He and I and Will are just like-minded people. (:09)
CLIP: Were into plan B. Still breathing? We gotta make the best of it. Improvise, adapt to the environment. Darwin. (blank) happens. I-Ching. Whatever, man. We gotta roll with it. (:10)
TRACK: COLLATERAL ROLLS INTO THEATRES FRIDAY. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, HOLLYWOOD.




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