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Coming up on News 7-
Pharmacists are supposed to fill the doctors order, but one local pharmacist may not have been. The story coming up.
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One VMI cadet gets a first hand look at homeland security. We'll hear from him-
And gymnastics golden girl talks to the cameras about her big win.
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News 7 at Eleven.

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Authorities raid an area drug store.
They say the pharmacist may have been handing out the wrong medication.
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[Craig-Pharmacist]


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A Craig County pharmacist has his license suspended after state agents raided his office this afternoon.
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A search warrant claims that Daniel Lineberry falsified some prescriptions for his patients by filling them with the wrong pills, but labeling the bottles as they were prescribed. State Police and officials with the Department of Health Professions seized records of prescriptions filled at his office this afternoon. According to the search warrant, one of Lineberry's customers became suspicious after refilling a prescription for her husband who suffers from Alzheimers.
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She told police that the pills looked different than before, and her husband's behavior turned violent. Analysis of the pills showed they were not what was prescribed. Lineberry had already been put on probation for allegations of dispensing incorrect medication in 2000.

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Some students are already back in school.. others go in a week or two. But when children board the school bus, just how safe are they?
Julie Vallese has more.
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((AN ILL BUS DRIVER, SOME SCARED CHILDREN AND A FRANTIC FEW MINUTES. IT'S VIDEO LIKE THIS THAT MAKES PARENTS WONDER HOW SAFE A CHILD IS ON THE SCHOOL BUS. CHUCK HURLEY/NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL: "Parents should be comforted that school bus travel is the safest time of a child's day." THAT'S BECAUSE OF ITS SAFETY RECORD. FEWER THAN 10 CHILDREN A YEAR DIE IN SCHOOL BUS CRASHES. EVEN SO SOME ARE PUSHING TO ADD SEAT BELTS TO BUSES. SOMETHING THE INDUSTRY WOULD SUPPORT - IF MONEY WAS NO OBJECT. CHARLES GAUTHIER/NAT'L ASSOCIATION OF PUPIL TRANSPORTATION: "Unless we have the necessary funding to not only pay for the lap shoulder belts but also the additional school buses that we need you may actually have fewer kids in yellow school buses and more kids out in less safe forms of transportation." THE GOVERNMENT AGREES. IN TESTS CRASHING BUSES BOTH IN THE SIDE AND HEAD ON IT CONCLUDED THE CURRENT STRUCTURE THAT'S BEEN AROUND FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS IS SAFETY EFFECTIVE. "Its got some weaknesses in side impacts and rollover impacts but over all it's done an excellent job." IT WOULD TAKE HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO FIT ALL SCHOOL BUSES WITH LAP SHOULDER BELTS. SOME STATES HAVE DECIDED TO SPEND MONEY TO ADD THE BELTS. ALL NEW BUSES IN CALIFORNIA WILL HAVE THEM. AS FOR THE CURRENT SYSTEM, IT WORKED IN THIS CRASH. NO CHILDREN WERE SERIOUSLY HURT. MANY PARENTS THINK THE FAMILY CAR IS THE SAFEST WAY TO TRANSPORT CHILDREN BUT EACH YEAR 8-THOUSAND CHILDREN DIE IN CAR CRASHES. WHERE CHILDREN WHO TAKE THE BUS DO GET HURT IS OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL BUS. SO REMEMBER WHEN EXITING TAKE 10 STEPS TO THE SIDE OF THE BUS AND DON'T CROSS UNLESS DIRECTED BY THE DRIVER. ))

[Nader]


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Ralph Nader won't appear on Virginia's presidential ballot this November.
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The State Board of Elections today rejected petitions by the consumer activist's campaign staff.
Officials say the petitions failed to meet state requirements because they were not sorted properly.
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((JEAN JENSEN/STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS: THE PROCEDURES ARE VERY CLEARLY SPELLED OUT, ORGANIZED BY CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, NOT IN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT ORDER.))
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Elections officials say the Libertarian Party and the Constitution Party filed their petitions in order and on time.
The Nader campaign is considering litigation in an effort to get the signatures accepted.
Denying Nader a spot on the ballot is seen by many as a victory for John Kerry's campaign.
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[Edwards-Tickets]


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The Kerry-Edwards campaign says all available tickets have been given out for John Edwards' campaign visit to Roanoke tomorrow. The Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate is scheduled to appear at Lucy Addison Aerospace Magnet School at 11 in the morning. Organizers encourage people with tickets to get there early.

[Iraq]


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One U-S soldier is dead and four others are wounded after an ambush in Northern Iraq.
Military officials say they were attacked while on patrol about 60 miles north of Baghdad.
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Shiite militants are showing few signs of leaving a besieged shrine- despite giving up some of their weapons.
Iraqi forces are trying to figure out just how over just how to get the militiamen loyal to Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr out of a shrine.
The insurgents removed weapons from the shrine in a step aimed at ending the two week siege there. But, many refuse to leave.
Iraq's prime minister has backed off threats to storm the holy site.
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[American-Hostage]


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Hopeful words from kidnapped journalist Micah Garen who's being held in Iraq.
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In the video released today Garen is shown kneeling as he has some uplifting words.
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((MICAH GAREN:....CAPTIVITY BUT I AM BEING TREATED WELL.))
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Garen was kidnapped Wednesday in Najaf. His captors demanded that U.S. forces leave the holy city. There are now reports that an aide to radical Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr said Garen would be freed today. So far there has been no word of his release.
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[Howard]


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A Marine from Covington who died in Iraq will be laid to rest next week.
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26 year old Ryan Howard was killed last week when his helicopter crashed during a Marine logistics flight.
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[TAKE FUNERAL INFO FULLSCREEN]
His funeral will take place Tuesday at the Arritt Funeral Home on Highland Avenue in Covington.
The service begins at one o'clock. The remains will be laid to rest at the Palestine Cemetery.
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[S-VMI]


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A VMI Football player knows the meaning of service. He gave up 18 months of his college career to join his National Guard unit on active duty. As Travis Wells tells us, this Keydet's applying lessons on and off the field.
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((Unlike his VMI teammates, long snapper and backup tight end Ross Booth is thoroughly enjoying two a day practice sessions. The grueling sessions in the heat are nothing compared to the 18 month tour of duty that Booth served with his National Guard Unit in Fort Meade, Maryland. The senior from Ashland policed the gate at the National Security Agency, searching vehicles and personnel trying to gain access to the grounds.
Ross:
Booth petitioned the NCAA for another year of eligibility, and his request was granted based on his military service. Since he's been back on post, Booth has tried to educate his Keydet teammates on the ins and outs of homeland security.

Ross: Cal:
Travis:))

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Still ahead on News Seven... the effort to remodel Virginia's capitol takes a big step. Actually it's taking several of them.
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Plus getting to class at one local school may require a lesson in patience.
We'll show you how construction may build a bottleneck when News 7 returns.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as Matt Schaub makes the most of his preseason opportunity tonight - lighting up the Vikings for three touchdowns. Plus, DeLo takes on Randy Moss. The Avs return home tonight to take on Winston-Salem. Heritage gets the Friday Football Extra baton. And mother nature gets the pole at Michigan tonight on the Big 7.))[Hurricane-Volunteers]

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The parts of Florida hardest hit by hurricane Charley are getting coming back to life, thanks in part to a growing volunteer effort.
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This call center in Tallahassee has been coordinating the offers of aid coming in from all over the country. Volunteers manning the phones feel for the residents. Some volunteers have been through it themselves. Tom Darby survived Hurricane Andrew.
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((TOM DARBY/VOLUNTEER:YOU MISS THE CREATURE COMFORTS THAT EVERYONE IS USED TO AND I FELT VERY STRONGLY THAT I WANTED TO DO SOMETHING TO HELP THESE PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING THROUGH HURRICANE CHARLEY.))
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Officials at the call center hope the support won't fade as time goes on. The center will be open for at least the next two months.
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The historic stairs of the State Capitol lead up- but now they're coming down.
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The 100-year-old granite steps are being removed as part of the effort to renovate the Capitol.
Each portion of stair weighs about 14-hundred pounds.
Although Thomas Jefferson's original design included stairs, they were not installed until 120 years after the Capitol opened.
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((MARK GREENLOUGH/CAPITOL HISTORIAN: IT IS THE PRIMARY STAIRS UPON WHICH HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE HAVE VISITED THE HISTORIC CAPITOL OVER THE 20TH CENTURY WE WANT TO SHOW THE RESPECT FOR THOSE STAIRS THAT THEY DESERVE THEY ARE BEING PROPERLY NUMBERED AS THEY ARE BEING REMOVED SO THEY CAN BE PUT THEM BACK IN THE SAME ORDER.))
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The stairs being removed are the same ones climbed by Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower in 1946 on a visit to Virginia.
The steps will be back in place in time for the swearing in of the state's next governor.
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[Patrick-Henry]


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Just getting into Patrick Henry High School this fall will be a learning experience.
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Because phase one of the school's construction project will be in progress the Blenheim Road entrance will be closed to vehicles and pedestrians. Student drop-off points will be available at Gibboney Hall, the front and back of Clara Black Auditorium, and in front of the gym. A handicap accessible drop-off point will be located at McQuilkin Hall. Maps are available of these changes and others. School starts Monday at P-H.
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Robin says it could be a rainy start to the weekend.
The forecast is still ahead on News 7.
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And one of America's new Olympic champions talks about how she felt when she won.
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((I STARTED CRYING I WAS SO EXCITED. IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A DREAM. I'M SURE IT'S BEEN EVERY GIRLS DREAM TO BE AN OLYMPIC CHAMPION.))
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We'll hear more from Carly Patterson when we come back.
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[Rail-Walk]


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Roanoke's Railwalk and the museums it links together got strong reviews today from some visitors.
And city officials are hoping more will follow.
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Roanoke City Council member Rupert Cutler served as the tour guide for a group of Kiwanis Club members meeting this weekend at the Hotel Roanoke.
They visited the O. Winston Link Museum, and ate lunch downtown, before taking in the exhibits at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.
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((RUPERT CUTLER/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: PEOPLE ARE COMING FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD TO SEE THE LINK MUSEUM. SO WE'RE REALLY ON A ROLL WITH A REVITALIZED DOWNTOWN INCLUDING THESE TWO MUSEUMS.))
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Some of today's visitors had heard of the Link Museum. Others had not, but all said they were impressed by the facility and other downtown attractions.
Cutler says he is hopeful that construction of a new art museum and other development planned on both sides of the railroad tracks will also help to bring more people downtown.
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[L'burg-Fountain]


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Lynchburg has a new claim to fame. It is now home to the tallest fountain east of the Mississippi.
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City leaders today flipped the switch to turn on the Langley Fountain at the foot of Ninth Street downtown.
The 190-foot tower of water is pumped from the James River on top of an old railroad bridge pier.
The fountain was built entirely with private donations, including a 100-thousand dollar gift from local businessman Bruton Langley.
Officials hope the fountain will draw more tourists and residents to the riverfront area.
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Vick and Schaub put on a show for the Falcons tonight. Plenty of highlights for you from the Georgia Dome. Plus, the Avs return home, and Heritage gets the Friday Football Extra treatment. Tonight on the Big 7.
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For the second straight week, qualifying on the Nextel Cup circuit has been rained out. The field will again start based on owner's points with Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon on the front row. 51 drivers showed up today hoping to qualify, and the rain meant some decent drivers like Kevin Lepage, Kerry Earnhardt, Kyle Busch, Kenny Wallace and Mike Wallace didn't have a chance to crack the lineup.
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The Atlanta Falcons put on a show in tonight's preseason home opener against the Minnesota Vikings.

And the former college stars from the Commonwealth were right in the middle of things.
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For starters folks were anxious to see if DeAngelo Hall could in anyway shape or form handle Randy Moss. They got their answer in the first quarter when Moss smoked De-Lo like a country ham on this play. Moss gets the 67 yard touchdown reception as the Vikings led at point 17-to-nothing. Michael Vick started and played just over a quarter tonight. He passed for 35 yards and ran for 20 more on a couple of his patented scampers. Vick gave way to the rookie Matt Schaub in the second quarter, and from that point on it was all Atlanta. On his first drive, Schaub connects with fellow rookie Michael Jenkins on the 47 yard touchdown pass to make it 17-to-10. And Schaub was just getting warmed up. In the redzone he hooks up with his tightend Stanley Pritchett. Schaub started the game 11 of 12 for 167 yards. and two TDs. He kept smoking in the second half opening the third quarter by going 6-to-6. He got his third and final touchdown pass with 6:47 to play in the fourth quarter as the threads the needle to Jimmy Farris.
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Schaub completes 16 of 19 passes for 205 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions as Atlanta comes back to win it 27-to-24.
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U.S. swimming sensation Michael Phelps will not swim again in Athens. He swam in 17 races over a seven day period in these Olympics winning five gold and two bronze medals. He swam this morning in the 400 meter medley prelim, but has decided to give his spot in the finals to teammate Ian Crocker.
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[S-Avs]


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The Salem Avalanche have been out of the second half pennant race for weeks, but tonight they returned home for their next to last homestand of the season in front of another good crowd.
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One of more unique Elvis impersonators you will ever see "Little E" was in the house tonight. This one was scoreless until the sixth inning when Winston-Salem's Darren Blakely smacks one over the right field fence. Brian Becker comes on down as part of the two run shot. It's 2-to-nothing Warthogs. In the bottom of the frame. Adam Seuss grounds out to first, and Ryan Stegall will score on the fielder's choice and it's cut to 2-to-1. The Avs would tie it.
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But in the 8th, Blakely banged one off the wall to drive in another run. Winston-Salem beats Salem 4 to 2.
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The two play again tomorrow and Sunday nights.

[S-Heritage]


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The Friday Football Extra pre season road show is in Lynchburg tonight visiting with the Heritage Pioneers.
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Chris Jones begins his third season at the helm of the Pioneers and has built an incredible record. Jones Two Heritage teams are 24 and 1. His third season shapes up to be his biggest challenge. The Pioneers return just six starters, four on offense and two on defense.
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In order for Jones to get after it, he has changed his pre season practice format, making his sessions much more intense.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 612] And keep in mind that Friday Football Extra kicks off its 21st season next Friday night at 7pm with a special primetime sneak peak at the 2004 season. That's a week from tonight at 7.
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[S-Roy]


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The third annual Roy Stanley Memorial Captain's Choice golf tournament is coming up this Sunday. After the final golfer finishes up at Hanging Rock - the foundation hopes to have accumulated over $50 thousand dollars since Roy's passing in April of 2002.
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There are some spots available if you would like to get a foursome in the tournament. And we will accept walk-ups at the course on Sunday.
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[Carly]


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She's only five feet tall and weighs just 100 pounds.. but she is big in the eyes of gymnasts around the world.
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16 year old Carly Patterson won gold in the all around women's Gymnastics competition- the first American woman to do so since Mary Lou Retton in 1984.
The two spoke on the phone after Carly's win.
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((CARLY PATTERSON/OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST: SHE SAID SHE KNEW I COULD DO IT AND SHE KNEW I HAD IT IN ME.))
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The Louisiana gymnast is now someone young girls will look up to.
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((HOPEFULLY I CAN PUT SOME CONFIDENCE WITH THEM AND WANT TO MAKE THEM TRAIN HARDER TO GET THIS DREAM TOO.))
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Patterson twisted and tumbled her way to a win- beating out Russia's gymnastics queen Svetlana Korkina who took silver.
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