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Today on News 7 at 5, Dan River is shutting down another Danville operation, and that means hundreds there will lose their jobs.
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[WX-PRO] And here they come. Florida gets ready for a tropical double-whammy.
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A cool front provides the chance for showers over the next 24 hours and a track for Tropical Storm Bonnie later in the week.

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More water testing at homes near Bedford's old landfill.
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On Healthcheck, gastric bypass surgery isn't for everyone, but it can help many people lose a lot of weight.
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And what's Mike Wallace doing in cuffs. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Florida is bracing for back to back storms- one is already a hurricane.
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((this is ANIGHTMARE OF A STORM BECAUSE WE DON'T KNOW WHERE'S IT GOING TO GO.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
The nightmare has a name- two names actually Bonnie
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and Charley. They could bring a double wallop to Florida.
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Tropical Storm Bonnie is approaching the Florida panhandle from the Gulf of Mexico- and Hurricane Charley is heading toward the Florida keys.
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((A HURRICANE WATCH IS UP FOR THE FLORIDA KEYS WEST TO THE TORTUGAS.))
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Some schools and government offices are closing. Cruise ship companies are changing routes- and Florida's governor has declared a state of emergency for the entire state.
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[WXPRO/FULL] TROPICAL TRACKERS FOR BONNIE AND CHARLEY

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A second round of layoffs at Dan River Incorporated in Danville will cost about 375 textile workers their jobs.
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The announcement today follows a similar move in June that saw 300 people let go from Dan River- which is one of the city's biggest employers.
Dan River blames declining sales - for the closing of a finishing and sheet sewing facility in the Schoolfield Complex.
Some of the work may be transferred to plants in Brookneal and Harris, North Carolina.
The layoffs will take effect in early October.
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While Dan River is restructuring its operations, another southside manufacturer has high hopes for the product line it'll introduce this Fall.
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This morning, Hall of Fame Quarterback John Elway joined executives of Bassett Furniture in New York to open trading on the NASDAQ Stock Market.
Bassett has teamed with Elway to produce a new line of home entertainment and reclining furniture that will be sold as the Elway Home Collection.
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((ROB SPILMAN/BASSETT CEO: YOU KNOW IF YOU WATCHED JOHN IN THE HALL OF FAME INDUCTION SPEECH THIS WEEK, JOHN YOU MENTIONED ALL YOUR FORMER TEAMMATES, AND I'M PROUD TO SAY TODAY THAT YOU HAVE THREE THOUSAND NEW TEAMMATES AT BASSETT, AND WE'RE GOING TO GIVE IT EVERYTHING WE'VE GOT TO MAKE THIS THING WORK.)) ((JOHN ELWAY/HALL OF FAME QUARTERBACK: I'M EXCITED ABOUT MY NEW THREE THOUSAND TEAMMATES. I LOVE THE OLD ONES THAT I HAD, BUT I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEW ONES AND THIS IS EXCITING.))
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Bassett plans to unveil the Elway Home Collection this month in Las Vegas, and the new line will be on display at the October furniture market in High Point, North Carolina.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has cleared the way for James Reid's execution. He's the Montgomery County man sentenced to death for a murder eight years ago.
Reid was was handed the death sentence after his conviction for strangling and stabbing 80-year-old Annie Lester in 19-96.

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The criminal case against Kobe Bryant may be delayed indefinitely-
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Today prosecutors asked the judge to delay the sexual assault trial indefinitely- saying the release of closed door testimony has hurt their ability to find a fair jury.
One legal analyst says this could be a face saving way for the prosecution to back out of the case.
Yesterday, the woman who's accused Bryant filed a civil suit against him.
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Jurors hearing the Scott Peterson murder trial are hearing tapes today in which he's telling his mistress he could spend the rest of his life with her.
The conversations took place just days after Peterson's wife, Laci, disappeared.
Amber Frey recorded the conversations at the request of police- the day she discovered her lover was married and suspected in his wife's disappearance.
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The well-testers are back in Bedford. Just ahead, the latest on water concerns near the old city landfill.
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And it's one way to lose a lot of weight. On Healthcheck tonight, the gastric bypass. Joy Sutton will tell us who it's for and how it works.
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Dozens of Bedford County residents who are concerned over their drinking water, may soon have some relief.
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Earlier this year, city officials tested residents' well water, after learning that an old landfill was leaking contaminants into the ground. Although officials say the problem was corrected, many were still worried. So, today the city conducted a SECOND round of testing to assure them the water is safe. Officials say they are still looking into the idea of adding a new water line, even though they say it could take several months before that happens.
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In health check tonight,
Gastric bypass surgery seems to be the latest weight loss craze. It's not just celebrities like Al Roker and Carnie Wilson having it done but hundreds of people in the Roanoke Valley.
But what are the benefits and the risks? Joy Sutton has the answers in our three part series starting tonight.
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Joy,
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Jean --The number of people having any type of bariatric surgery has skyrocketed over the past 10 years.
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According to the American Society for Bariatric Surgery --in 1992 -there were about 16-thousand procedures done -- but already this year the number has surpassed 140-thousand.
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58 year old DollieMuse is a testimony of what gastric bypass surgery can do. She's lost more than a hundred pounds. Pictures tell the story of her lifelong struggle with her weight.
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(( REALLY OUT OF CONTROL. I FELT BAD ALL THE TIME. I COULDN'T WALK UP STEPS GOOD AND SOMETIMES I COULDN'T' STAND VERY WELL. I DECIDED I WAS NOT LIVING I WAS JUST EXISTING)) [RUNS20]
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The procedure is now so popular that some local doctors have more than a year-long waiting list.
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((A LOT THE DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH MORBID OBESITY, DIABETES, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, SLEEP APNEA, THOSE CAN BE ALMOST ELIMINATED. BY SUCCESSFUL SUSTAINED WEIGHT LOSS)) [RUNS18]
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That was the case for Jack Harteis. Three weeks after surgery, he stopped taking every medication he was on.
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Gastric bypass surgery reduces the size of the stomach from that of grapefruit down to about the size of an egg. It can be done laporscopically through tiny incisions or through an open operation.
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((AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS THERE ARE SIGNIFICANT DIETARY CHANGES AS WELL AS CHANGES IN HOW MANY CALORIES ARE ABSORBED OUT OF WHAT THE PATIENT TAKES IN)) [RUNS09]
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Candidates for the surgery must be a hundred pounds over ideal body weight and have failed at other dietary options. There is an exception to the weight requirements, if there are serious health risks involved.
Muse says anyone who thinks the surgery is any easy way out should think again. It requires diet and exercise.
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There is a risk downside to the surgery -- even the potential for death.
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Jean, we'll talk about the risks tomorrow in part two of our series.


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Floydfest is set to kick off year three in two days, and Brent Watts says they're preparing another true "Music Mix".

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Thousands are expected for the 3rd annual Floyd Fest taking place this weekend in Patrick County. Brent Watts previews two of the dozens of acts that will take the stage during the three day event.
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Pro hockey in Roanoke this fall, at least for an exhibition. Steve Mason has details just ahead.
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And later, when Mike Wallace stops for meat loaf, he ends up cuffed and arrested.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your ticker. VMI's football team held media day today. Travis Wells was there.
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Liberty was 10 and 2 in 2003 and is looking forward to some young talent coming on strong.
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Chris Watts team fell in the regional title game a season ago and 10 starters are back but a new line must grow up fast.
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Former UVa standout quarterback Matt Schaub's NFL crash course continues.
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The Falcons rookie is making a run at backing up Michael Vick and a familiar grasp of the west coast offense has helped.
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United Hockey League president Richard Brosal flew out of the Star City today with a new agreement with Roanoke, NOT to put a new hockey team in the Round House this season BUT the two parties have agreed on bringing the UHL to Roanoke at least for one game.
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Brosal and the City of Roanoke are also challenging hockey fans in the area make 1500 - 25 dollar season seat deposits by that October 9th date, more on that at six.
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That's it for the ticker see ya at six everybody.

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Warnings about Tech stocks sent Wall Street lower from the opening bell. Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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Sixty Minutes correspondent Mike Wallace picked up a take-out order of meat loaf from a New York restaurant last night -- and ended up in handcuffs. Scott Rapoport has the story.
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((PKGE: Nat/Sot "I'm Mike Wallace."
HIS "IN YOUR FACE" STYLE HAS MADE HIM A T.V. LEGEND.
AND, ACCORDING TO SOME...LED TO HIS ARREST FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT IN NEW YORK LAST NIGHT.

SOT - MIKE WALLACE - "All of the sudden they had my arms behind me and

they were cuffing me."
MIKE WALLACE CAME TO LUKE'S RESTAURANT FOR TAKE-OUT AT AROUND 8:30. HE GOT MORE THAN THAT!
Stand-up Bridge - "As he was leaving with his order of meatloaf...he found 2 taxi and limosine inspectors talking to the driver of his black sedan about the car being double parked.
that's when...according to the T.L.C.Mike Wallace got overly aggressive. But according to witnesses...he was just asking ... whats going on.

SOT - MIKE WALLACE "I said what are you doing with the driver.... get

back in the car! get back in the car!."

SOT: LUIGI MILITELLO/LUKE'S RESTAURANT.

"The next thing you know he was twisted around, thrown against the car..assume the position and handcuffed.
THE T-L-C SAID 86 YEAR OLD WALLACE WAS DISRESPECTFUL AND INTERFERED WITH THEIR ABILITIES TO PERFORM THEIR DUTIES.

SOT - (Scott) "They say you were overly assertive among other things.

Were you? "(wallace) They said I lunged at them. (scott) did you lunge at them? (wallace) of course I did - and showed them my knife (joking) give me a break."
(scott) "did you display any disorderly conduct last night? (wallace)

none, none whatsoever."
THE HANDCUFFED 60 MINUTES CORRESPONDENT WAS DRIVEN TO AN NYPD PRECINCT -- ISSUED A SUMMONS FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT AND RELEASED.
BUT TODAY, HE WANTED TO GET TO THE MEAT OF THE MATTER.

SOT - (Cover with Menu shot) "The meatloaf..." // "(laughing) It was

perfect, really, and I called the restaurant to tell them how good it was."
WALLACE IS SCHEDULED TO APPEAR IN COURT IN OCTOBER. IF THINGS DON'T GO HIS WAY...HE'LL HAVE TO PAY A FINE.
SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS...NEW YORK.))


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One of Southside's biggest employers shrinks again.
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And the race to be ready for the Olympics goes down to the wire
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[Closing Animation] tonight on News Seven.