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Today on News 7 at 5, a man from Halifax County is scheduled for execution in four hours.
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Plus the judge in the Scott Peterson case says there is a potential development and sends the jury home.
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No big changes ahead. Just a steady build-up of heat and humidity until Saturday.

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Reports say a militant cleric in Iraq has reached an agreement on a peace plan, but there are some strings attached.

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On Healthcheck, doctors have a new tool to test the effectiveness of chemotherapy.
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Plus we will find out about one of the world's hairiest man. News 7 at 5 is next.

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A big delay in the Scott Peterson trial- but what's it all about?
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
It's described as a potential development in the case-
Cross examination of Scott Peterson's mistress, Amber Frey (Fry) has been put off until Monday.
But why the delay? Brian Andrews now with more from court in Redwood City, California.
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((THE CROSS-EXAMINATION OF AMBER FREY WON T HAPPEN NOW UNTIL MONDAY... BECAUSE OF SOMETHING THAT S COME UP IN THE CASE THAT NEEDS TO BE CHECKED OUT.. HOWEVER, THE JUDGE DIDN'T SAY WHAT THAT IS...BUT APOLOGISED TO JURORS. FOR YET ANOTHER DELAY. THE SIX MEN AND SIX WOMEN SENT HOME FOR THE DAY AFTER LAWYERS MET WITH THE JUDGE...BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. COURT OBSERVERS SAY DEFENSE ATTORNEY MARK GERAGOS - MAY BE USING THIS DELAY TO BUILD UP ANTICIPATION OF THE CROSS NEXT WEEK. GLORIA ALRED/FREY'S ATTORNEY: If he tries to beat up on Ms. Frey..then I would have to question the motives and reasons by Mr. Geragos. TUESDAY, JURORS saw photographs of a necklace scott gave amber as a gift for her birthday... and HEARD THE LAST OF DOZENS OF RECORDED PHONE CALLS ENTERED INTO EVIDENCE... CONVERSATIONS AMBER RECORDED WITH SCOTT AT THE REQUEST OF POLICE.... WHO WERE LOOKING FOR HIS MISSING PREGNANT WIFE LACI. PETERSON: YOU KNOW I'M NOT A MONSTER, AMBER. FREY: I NEVER SAID YOU WERE, SCOTT. PETERSON: THANK GOD. I KNOW. BUT YOU KNOW I COULD NEVER HURT YOU OR HER OR ANYONE. YOU KNOW THAT DON'T YOU. FREY: (NO ANSWER) (BRIAN S ON CAM TAG) JURORS HAVE BEEN TOLD TO RETURN THURSDAY FOR TESTIMONY FROM THREE OTHER WITNESSES... THE TRIAL IS NOW IN ITS 12TH WEEK. BRIAN ANDREWS, CBS NEWS, REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA. ))

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A man who murdered three of his neighbors in Halifax County is scheduled to be put to death tonight. James Bryant Hudson pled guilty to killing Stanley, Patsy and Wesley Cole over a property dispute two years ago.
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Meghan Muldoon is at the Greensville Correctional Center where the execution will take place. Meghan, do we know how Hudson is spending his final hours?
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The U.S. is reacting cautiously to news that radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has accepted a peace plan to end fighting in Najaf. The plan, would disarm his militia and remove them from a shrine. Elaine Cobbe reports from Iraq.
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((FIRST CAME A THREAT FROM THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT TO RAID A HOLY SHRINE WHERE SUPPORTERS OF RADICAL CLERIC MOQUTADA AL-SADR WERE HOLDED UP.

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THEN CAME WORD OF AN AGREEMENT TO END THE LONG AND BLOODY STAND-OFF IN NAJEF.

(nats...delegate reading letter to conf.)

LOCATOR: Baghdad Track: Yes, Sayyed Moqtada has agreed to the demands.
Those words from the Baghdad office of radical cleric Moqtada al-Sadr - read out by a delegate to the National Conference in Baghdad.
On camera bridge: Elaine Cobbe, CBS News locator: Baghdad The radical cleric has agreed to peace deals before - then gone back to fighting. And as his support spreads, there are fears he doesnt really want to join the democratic process.
Track: (video najaf fighting / al-Sadr) Al-Sadr militiamen must disarm, evacuate the holy shrine and turn their army into a political party. In return, they receive an amnesty.
But this was no unconditional agreement. al-Sadr says he wants a ceasefire first and then a say in how the plan is implemented.
Its unclear if hes playing for time or just trying to get the best deal possible for his men. But one thing is clear...the radical cleric has become a major force in the new Iraq...one the interim government cannot ignore. Elaine Cobbe, CBS new Baghadad. ))

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Many National Guard and Reservists have been called to duty in Iraq.... Now they may receive more benefits.
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President Bush is proposing a new initiative. It would substantially increase monthly education benefits for all guard members and reservists on active duty for more than 90 consecutive days.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THESE BRAVE AMERICANS PUT THEIR JOBS ON HOLD AND LEAVE THEIR FAMILY BEHIND WHEN WE CALL, YET AT THE CURRENT RULES THEIR EDUCATION BENEFITS DON'T REFLECT THE HIGH VALUE OF SERVICE WE PLACE ON THEIR TIME AND DUTY.))
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The President spoke at a rally in Western Wisconsin.. He says the proposal would also boost aid to help the children of reservists and guardsmen change schools.
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With the presidential campaign starting to heat up, supporters of all the candidates are trying to rally the troops for the November election.
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An idea that was made popular by the Howard Dean campaign is the local meet-up of party activists.
The John Kerry website lists several local gatherings over the next few weeks, including a self-titled "Queer for Kerry" house party in Lynchburg next month.
The party will be hosted by gay activist Corey Hidlebaugh (HY-dull-baw) who says the gay and lesbian community needs to know it has a voice in the Hill City.
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((COREY HIDLEBAUGH/GAY POLITICAL ACTIVIST: I WANT TO MAKE SURE PEOPLE KNOW THAT THERE ARE OTHER DEMOCRATS, THERE ARE OTHER PEOPLE INVOLVED IN POLITICS WHO ARE JUST LIKE THEM, THAT ARE GAY AND LESBIAN, WHO ARE IN THE CITY OF LYNCHBURG AND WE WANT TO SEE CHANGE COME NOVEMBER.))
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Hidlebaugh says he already has about twenty people lined up to attend the event.
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Up next on the newscast, we'll see what is allowing doctors to make better decisions for cancer patients.
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And it was the best of times. It was the worst of times... It all depends on if you are talking to a parent or a child. Today was the first day of school in Botetourt County.
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Finding the proper treatment for cancer patients is often a trial and error process where doctors wait to see if a treatment is working.
But now scientists may have a better way to follow a cancer's progression.
Doctor Sean Kenniff reports.
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((IN 19-97 HEATHER GLISSEN FOUGHT OFF BREAST CANCER.... BUT WHEN THE DISEASE CAME BACK TWO YEARS AGO IT HAD SPREAD TO HER LIVER, SPINE AND LYMPH NODES. NEEDLESS TO SAY THE OUTLOOK WAS NOT GOOD.

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"he said that I had three to five years left and that was two years ago."
HEATHER IS NOW UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY. BUT SINCE TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE IT IS IMPORTANT FOR DOCTORS TO CONSTANTLY KNOW HOW WELL THE TREATMENT IS WORKING. THAT CAN BE DONE WITH X-RAYS OR BIOPSIES..... BUT BOTH TAKE TIME TO PERFORM AND THEN PATIENTS HAVE TO WAIT FOR THE TEST RESULTS.

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"whatever time I have left I need to do whatever I can to improve my condition".

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS)

THAT'S WHY HEATHER JOINED A STUDY THAT SEEMS TO TRACK CANCER IN A NEW WAY... BY MEASURING THE NUMBER OF CIRCULATING TUMOR CELLS. THE STUDY FOUND THE HIGHER THE NUMBER OF CELLS, THE LESS CHANCE OR TIME A PATIENT HAS TO SURVIVE.

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"it may give us an earlier look into the future as to whether the treatment is being effective."
DOCTOR G. THOMAS BUDD, WHO HELPED AUTHOR THE STUDY IN THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, SAYS KNOWING THE NUMBER OF TUMOR CELLS TELLS DOCTORS WHETHER A TREATMENT IS WORKING... AND WHETHER OR NOT IT SHOULD BE CHANGED. THE BLOOD TEST IS MEASURED ON A SPECIAL MACHINE THAT IS NOT WIDELY AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW..... BUT EXPERTS BELIEVE THAT IS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME.

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"certainly more research is needed but I do think that it is something that will become mainstream."
HEATHER'S CHEMO IS WORKING.... THE TUMORS HAVE EITHER DISAPPEARED OR SHRUNK. RIGHT NOW SHE IS BEATING THE ODDS, BUT IF THINGS TAKE A TURN FOR THE WORSE, AT LEAST THE NEW TEST WILL LET HER DOCTORS KNOW A CHANGE IS NEEDED.))

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It's the time of the year that parents love and some students dread. Today students in Botetourt County headed back to class. Susan Bahorich visited one school as students and teachers started their year.
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((Haley Remillard is in an unique position, she in the same boat as her students.

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((HALEY REMILLARD, 1ST YEAR TEACHER: LUCKILY, I HAVEN'T CRIED YET, BUT I DID HAVE ONE CRIER, THAT'S NOT BAD FOR A FIRST DAY....))
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Botetourt County has the dubious honor of being the first school system in the area to head back to the classroom.
And, here at Cloverdale Elementary, the 361-students are getting on track.
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For the last 36-years Jackie Mosley taught at the school and the first day is always unique.

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((JACKIE MOSLEY, 36TH YEAR TEACHER: THE FIRST DAY IS THE HARDEST DAY BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO GET THEM READY TO DO ALL THESE THINGS THEY HAVEN'T DONE BEFORE AND THEY WANT TO DO EVERYTHING TODAY. YOU HAVE TO LET THEM KNOW WE HAVE TO SAVE SOME OF THESE THINGS FOR TOMORROW AND THE NEXT DAY, SO I CAN KEEP THEM COMING BACK (LAUGH)....))
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This year there are some changes- the school day starts 10-minutes earlier to help buses get where they need to go. Lunches are a little bit more expensive and the days of a final exam are finished.

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((DAVID MARCUM, PRINCIPAL CLOVERDALE ELEMENTARY: WE DO FEEL LIKE IF WE TAKE THAT STRESS AWAY THERE'S THE CHANCE TO SPEND MORE TIME COVERING THESE TOPICS- THAT SEEMS TO BECOME MORE AND MORE IMPORTANT AS WE RELY ON THE SOLs.))
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And, that's *music* to the ears of teachers throughout Botetourt County...
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.. especially new ones like Haley Remillard...

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((HALEY REMILLARD: WE'RE LEARNING AS WE GO. I'M LEARNING NEW THINGS, THE KIDS ARE LEARNING, SO IT'S BEEN AN INTERESTING EXPERIENCE.))
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SB, News 7, Cloverdale.))

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It's getting busy again in Blacksburg and Radford.
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The students are finally returning. Freshman at Virginia Tech started moving in this morning. Thousands of moms and dads spent the day struggling to move refrigerators and computers. But many of them also started SPENDING money. It's why local stores and restaurants love this time of year.
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((LINDA SQUIBBS: IT HAS TO BE GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY. WE WERE JUST AT WALMART AND AH MY GOSH.. I CAN'T IMAGINE HOW MUCH PARENTS AND KIDS SPEND AT WALMART. STEVE DESCHAMEAULT:YOU CAN TELL RIGHT NOW... BEFORE 12:00 TODAY IS WHAT I WOULD PROBABLY SEE BEFORE 8:00 AT NIGHT DURING THE SUMMER TIME. ABOUT TIME THEY CAME BACK, EVERYONE'S EXCITED FOR FOOTBALL SEASON AND SO AM I.))
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V-DOT says folks in the N-R-V should expect heavy traffic all week on Interstate 81 and the 460 bypass. Officials advise giving yourself extra time to make any trip around town the next few days. Classes start on Monday for both Tech and Radford University.
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Coming up today following sports,
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[VO] we'll meet a Chinese man who thinks his unusual appearance will help him make it as a rock star.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Mike Stevens will check in with the Bath County football team.
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Plus with the season just days away, a key member of the Cavaliers team is nowhere to be found.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. We begin in Charlottesville where the UVa football team is in its first full week of practice. However, the team does not have the services of its pre-season all-American candidate Ahmad Brooks.
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In fact, Brooks is not even on campus, but instead he is at home with his family in Woodbridge. During his conference call this afternoon, UVa coach Al Groh said the following - "There are some personal issues that Ahmad is dealing with. I have been in contact with the family and we are in complete compliance about the situation."
Groh would not say when Brooks would be back with the team, or if he would be available for the first game. Today's Washington Post says that Groh and Brooks got into an argument on Monday. Ever since the start of practice last week, Brooks hasn't been wearing the orange jersey that signifies a starter. Instead his place in the starting lineup has been taken by senior Rich Bedeson.
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Ahmad's dad, Perry Brooks, a former Redskin, said the family would let the media know in time if his son planned to return to UVa.

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Our Friday Football Extra crew stops in Hot Springs today to check in on the Bath County Charges football team.
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The Chargers must replace several starters including quarterback Jacob Phillips who is now cutting his teeth in the college ranks at William and Mary.
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Despite a lot of new faces the Chargers feel their talent level is high and an experienced defense should balance out a young offensive group.
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[GO TO FFE PINNACLE] And keep in mind that Friday Football Extra opens up its 21st season next Friday night with a half hour preseason special at a special time. Join us on Friday the 27th at 7pm - right here on Your Hometown Station.
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And we also just want to again remind you that the the 3rd annual Roy Stanley Memorial golf event is coming up this Sunday at Hanging Rock. There are still some spots available in both the morning at afternoon starts at the event.
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The cost is $325 per foursome, and remember all proceeds benefit the scholarship foundation in Roy's name. The tournament sold out each of the first two years. Again, it's this coming Sunday - August 22nd at the Rock. For more information you can call us at WDBJ-7 or Hanging Rock.
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Coming up at the top of the hour - the ACC basketball schedule for this season is out tonight. We'll let you know what's in store for you this winter as far as games here on WDBJ-7. Jean will be back in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Record oil prices did not seem to worry investors on Wall Street today.
As Alexis Christoforous tells us, the Dow made it back over the 10-thousand mark.
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Most everyone has some kind of unwanted hair, but one man in China is perhaps one of the hairiest man in the world.
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He is just 26 years old and has hair on 96 percent of his body- hair everywhere except the palms of his hand and the soles of his feet.
All that hair hasn't made for an easy life.
Yu Zhen Huan had an operation to remove hair from his ears that was threatening his hearing- and he's endured years of teasing.
But now, Yu is fighting back- he is no longer locking himself up at home, but instead he's taking the stage... even baring his chest and back..... as he launches a career in music.
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