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In Danville authorities investigate whether an evening storm was actually a tornado. We'll have a live report as crews work to clean up the damage.
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and she brought a new way of cooking to millions of Americans. Now- TV chef and author Julia Child is dead.
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While our weather is improving, all eyes are on Hurricane Charley in the Gulf of Mexico. We'll view Live conditions from the Florida coast and see how Charley will impact our weekend forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.

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While authorities have to decide if it was a tornado that tore through Danville last night.
Residents already know they have a lot of cleaning up to do.
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good afternoon, i'm susan bahorich filling in for kimberly mcbroom.

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The storm came through around dinnertime last night, leaving widespread destruction in its path.
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Jennifer Wishon joins from the Riverside Shopping Center in Danville.
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Hurricane Charley is bearing down on Florida, and one of the biggest ever evacuations is taking place- as residents try and head for safety. Jennifer Donelan reports from Clearwater, Florida.
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ALMOST TWO MILLION FLORIDIANS ARE BEING URGED TO EVACUATE AS HURRICANE CHARLEY BEARS DOWN ON THE GULF COAST... ONE OF THE STATE'S MOST POPULATED AREAS.

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CHARLEY IS PACKING WINDS OVER A 100 MILES PER HOUR...AND HIS STORM SURGE COULD SUBMERGE HUGE SECTIONS OF THE TAMPA/ST. PETERSUBURG REGION.

SOT: Jeb Bush/Florida Governor

"Our fears of yesterday are coming true. This is a serious storm."

(STANDUP BRIDGE)

GAS STATIONS ARE OUT OF GAS...THEY ARE WRAPPED UP. OFFICIALS WARN...CHARLEY POSES A THREAT FOR OVER 6 MILLION FLORIDIANS. THEY EXPECT HURRICANE FORCE WINDS TO TRACK FAR INLAND...TO AREAS WHERE PEOPLE ARE NOT ACCUSTOMED TO STORMS PREPARATIONS.

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EARLIER THIS MORNING, CHARLEY GRAZED KEY WEST...KICKING UP THE SURF... DROPPING BUCKETS OF RAIN....BUT SPARRING THE AREA ANY MAJOR DAMAGE.

SOT: MOS, NO NAME AVAILABLE

"I LOVE IT.""

SOT: MOS, NO NAME AVAILABLE

"IT'S BEEN WORSE BEFORE, ITS NOT THAT BAD THIS TIME."

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THE SITUATION IS EXPECTED TO BE MUCH DIFFERENT FURTHER NORTH. AND WHILE THOUSANDS HAVE HEEDED THE CALL TO EVACUATE, SOME REFUSE TO LEAVE.

sot: Scott Daggett/Commerical Fisherman

"it's scary, I don't know what's going to happen. Kind of worried if I'm going to have a boat after Saturday."
BEFORE ITS ALL OVER..CHARLEY COULD END UP BEING THE STATE'S MOST DANGEROUS STORM IN DECADES. JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS.))

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She's credited with bringing French cuisine to American home cooks....
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TV chef and author Julia Child has reported died in her California home.
Her death yesterday came just three days before what would have been her 92nd birthday. In the introduction to her seventh book, ``The Way to Cook,'' she wrote that eating with family and friends is ``one of life's primal and most innocent delights.'' She was so familiar, she was parodied on ``Saturday Night Live,'' and she was once on the cover of Time magazine.
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Coming up next on the newscast, doctors think they have a new treatment for a problem that aggravates many expectant mothers.
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Also the pilot's union for U-S Airways says the airline could collapse within a month.
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Mixed messages are coming out of Iraq this afternoon concerning Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr
(mook-TAH-duh el sad-r).
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The Iraqi Interior Ministry says al-Sadr is involved in talks aimed at stopping the latest round of violence, while al-Sadr's followers say he suffered shrapnel wounds to the leg and chest, but is in stable condition. It's not clear where the Shiite cleric is right now. One aide says he remains holed up in a Shiite shrine in Najaf, while another says he was moved to an unknown location.

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A spokesman for U-S Airway's pilots union says the airline could collapse within a month.
As a result, the union is accelerating talks aimed at reducing payroll by 800 MILLION dollars.
A report prepared by Glanzer and Company says it's likely the airline will seek bankruptcy protection no later than mid-September.
Meanwhile, U-S- Airways is cutting non-stop service from Pittsburgh to three Virginia airports.
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On November seventh, US Airways affiliates will discontinue flights from Pittsburgh to Roanoke, Lynchburg and Charlottesville. 17- other airports will also lose the route. The airline says the move is part of its "Transformation Plan" and more cuts are possible once the U-S Airways Express network finishes its fall schedule.
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Lynchburg police are stepping up their patrols downtown after anarchist graffiti was found on several businesses overnight Wednesday.
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The symbol - a circle with the letter "A" over it - was found spraypainted on empty storefronts, a mailbox and the local police academy.
The phrase "Lost Boys" was also painted in at least two different locations.
Police say they have no suspects, but will increase their presence in the area.
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Everyone talks about the pain of child birth, but pregnancy comes will all kinds surprises during those nine months. Hormones fluctuate, the body changes and so does the skin. But now doctors have new weapons to fight problem-skin during pregnancy. Doctor Sean Kenniff explains.
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((ELIZABETH COOK IS HAVING HER FIRST BABY, AND SHE'S HAVING PROBLEMS WITH HER SKIN. SHE'S DEVELOPED ACNE, AND SHE'S STARTING TO GET STRETCH MARKS.

(SOT-Elizabeth Cook/Expectant Mom)

"They're not attractive to be honest, and I don't think any pregnant woman wants them."
ACCORDING TO DERMATOLOGIST DOCTOR GREGG WILENTZ -- PREGNANCY OFTEN LEADS TO PROBLEM SKIN.

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"Probably the three most common we see are acne, melasma--or the dark spots women get on their face, or the stretch marks."
AND UNFORTUNATELY MANY STANDARD TREATMENTS--LIKE ANTIBIOTICS AND BENZOYL PEROXIDE-- CAN'T BE USED DURING PREGNANCY, BECAUSE THEY COULD POTENTIALLY HARM THE FETUS. BUT NOW THAT'S CHANGING.

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

RECENT ADVANCES IN DERMATOLOGY ARE ALLOWING SOME DOCTORS TO COMBAT THE CHANGES SEEN WITH PREGNANCY. FOR INSTANCE SOME ARE USING DERMABRASION TO DO AWAY WITH STRETCH MARKS.

(SOT-Gregg Wilentz again)

"A lot of women say they like this because it tickles their belly, and the baby's moving." "The baby's moving."
DOCTOR WILENTZ HAS BEEN USING DERMABRASION ON HIS PREGNANT PATIENTS, AS A PROPHYLACTIC MEASURE. IT DOESN'T GET RID OF THEM, BUT IT DOES MAKE THEM LESS VISIBLE. IT ALSO WORKS FOR MELASMA AND ACNE-- PLUS THERE ARE SOME THINGS EXPECTANT MOM'S CAN DO.

(SOT-Wilentz)

"Keeping the skin elastic and hydrated, can really slow down the fact that the skin is stretching without hydration."
AND SLOW YOUR WEIGHT GAIN, AN EVEN WEIGHT GAIN --ABOUT 27-30 LBS, IS ABOUT RIGHT. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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The Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax is a longtime tradition in this part of the state.
While it calls itself "old", it is also for a new generation of bluegrass musicians.
Joe Dashiell has more.
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Gina Furtado took the stage Wednesday night like a seasoned veteran.
A sixteen year old from Front Royal, she's learned some licks since her first visit to Galax with her family five years ago.
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((AND I BOUGHT A 40 DOLLAR BANJO, MY DAD BOUGHT IT FOR ME, AND HE SAID THAT IF I DIDN'T KNOW HOW TO PLAY IT IN ONE YEAR, I'D HAVE TO PAY FOR IT, SO I LEARNED IT BECAUSE I DIDN'T WANT TO HAVE TO PAY 40 DOLLARS FOR IT.))
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19- year- old Jake Krack took top honors at the Old Fiddlers Convention last year... named best all around performer.
Wednesday night, the West Virginia Fiddler teamed up with another Galax winner Stevie Barr... and a pick-up band with plenty of drive. [NAT SOUND OF BAND]
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((JAKE KRACK: I JUST LOVE ALL THE MUSIC GOING ON AND EVERYONE'S WILLING TO PLAY WITH ANYBODY. JUST CONSTANT MUSIC ALL THE TIME.)) ((VOICE OF STEVIE BARR: ME AND JAKE, WE GOT TOGETHER, WE JUST MET EACH OTHER JUST YESTERDAY. AND WE DECIDED WE WOULD PICK AND WHAT'S NEAT ABOUT IT IS HE'S OLD TIME STYLE FIDDLE AND I PLAY BLUEGRASS AND WE JUST PUT IT TOGETHER.))
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Jake and Steve are old-timers compared to some... Monday night's youth competition showcased more than 100 pickers no older than 15.
And that's convincing evidence, Galax veterans say, that an old Fiddlers convention has a bright future.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Galax.))
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Coming up next on the newscast, a drug scandal could spoil the party as Greece prepares for its biggest celebration in centuries.
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Also anyone with a swimming pool should expect some uninvited guests, but this is still pretty extreme.
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As athletes get ready for the Olympic torch to shine over the Athens games - once again questions surrouding drug testing are grabbing headlines. This time with athletes from the home country, Greece. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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(( ITS WORTHY OF A GREEK TRAGEDYA SCANDAL INVOLVING GREECES TWO TOP OLYMPIC SPRINTERSTHATS SENT A SHOCKWAVE ACROSS THIS NATION AT ONE OF ITS PROUDEST MOMENTS.

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I was shockedI was like, no I dont believe it 5;27;41
KOSTAS KENTERIS, THE 200 METER GOLD MEDALIST IN SYDNEY, AND KATERINA THANO THE 100 METER SILVER MEDALIST WERE NO-SHOWS FOR THEIR PRE-GAME DOPING TESTS
THEN LAST NIGHTTHEY WERE INVOLVED IN A MYSTERIOUS MOTORCYCLE CRASH AND TAKEN TO A GREEK HOSPITALUNLESS THEY HAVE A GOOD EXPLANATIONTHEY COULD BE BANNED FROM THE GAMES.

SOT-MOS 4;30;32

For Greece they are the biggest athletes, the biggestwe love these two athletes.
STAND-UP-MANUEL; GALLEGUS, ATHENS KENTERIS IS SUCH A HERO HERE HE WAS SUPPOSED TO LIGHT THE OLYMPIC FLAME AT TONIGHTS OPENING CEREMONIESAND ITS NOT JUST THE GREEKS WHO ARE IN TROUBLE.

-NAT SOT- TORRI EDWARDS

BANNED FOR WHAT MAY HAVE BEEN AN ACCIDENTAL DOPINGAMERICAN SPRINTER TORRI EDWARDS IS WAITING FOR AN APPEALS COURT TO DECIDE WHETHER SHE CAN COMPETE.
GAIL DEVERS NOW REPLACES EDWARDS IN THE 100 METERAND MARION JONESHERSELF CAUGHT IN A DRUG CONTROVERSY REPLACES EDWARDS IN THE 400 RELAY.
AS FOR THE GREEK CHAMPIONSTHEYRE IN STABLE CONDITION AND ITS UNCLEAR WHEN THEY WILL HAVE TO TAKE THEIR NEXT DRUG TESTSTHEY ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT BUT THE ACCIDENT MAY HAVE GIVEN THEM JUST ENOUGH TIME TO AVOID GETTING CAUGHT. . MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS ATHENS.))

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The summer may be winding down, but there is still time enough for a quick dip in the pool.
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At least that is what a moose thought in Washington state.
It had wandered into a backyard kiddie pool. Once there it decided to stay and enjoy the water for a few hours.
At last report, it had gotten out of the pool and was last seen eating apples from a neighbor's tree.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN one points. The NASDAQ has gained six.

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Coming up after the break, late night T-V loses a face.
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And the NASCAR silly season is getting underway, as Jeff Burton announces he has a new ride.
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Returning to the stadium where he was injured last season, last night Michael Vick didn't have much of a chance to get hurt, taking only three snaps against Baltimore in the preseason opener for both teams.
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That meant - former Virginia QB Matt Schaub (sh-aub) got most of the work under center for Atlanta. The rookie was learning on the job in this one, throwing two interceptions, including this one that was taken in for a touchdown.
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Kordell Stewart tossed a ten yard TD pass for Baltimore as the Ravens won it 24 to nothing.
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Jeff Burton is through with Roush Racing and the sponsorless 99 car after this weekend.
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The South Boston native has agreed to a multiyear deal with Richard Childress Racing to drive the Number 30 Chevrolet beginning next week at Michigan International Speedway. Burton has 17 career Cup victories. Carl Edwards now takes over the 99 car.
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Craig Kilborn is leaving "The Late-Late Show."
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"Variety" says Kilborn gave C-B-S executives the surprising news yesterday.
Kilborn told Variety his show was the greatest job he ever had and C-B-S was generous with an offer to re-sign him.

But he wants to try something new including producing and writing other projects.
He's expected to leave the show in a few weeks.
Kilborn says he will continue to wear make-up even when he is not on the air.
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