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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... A shrine in Najaf remains the center of crisis after a failed attempt to hand over control...

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And a Craig County pharmacist has his license revoked following a raid on his office. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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The keys and control of a shrine in the holy city of Najaf remain in the hands of militants loyal to Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr.
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Al-Sadr aides say they tried handing the keys over but representatives for the Grand Ayatollah refused them - insisting the shrine first be evacuated. The shrine remains the center of the crisis in Najaf as the two sides argue over how to hand the holy site over. Despite the stand- off , the streets of Najaf remain relatively calm today.
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Meanwhile, police in the southern city of Amarah (Am-Ara) say al-Sadr militants blew up an oil pipeline just outside of town yesterday. The extent of damage is not clear. Officials say insurgents have stepped up their attacks on oil installations in southern Iraq. The explosion comes one day after Mahdi Army Fighters set fire to an oil company's warehouses near Basra.
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A Craig County pharmacist's license has been suspended after state agents raided his office yesterday.
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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 yesterday. 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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Virginian's won't see Ralph Nader's name on the presidential ballot this year.
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The State Board of Elections yesterday 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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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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Meanwhile, Kerry's running mate, John Edwards, is scheduled to make an appearance in Roanoke today. The campaign stop was announced after Zogby International declared Virginia a battleground state. All available tickets have been given out, but News 7 will have complete coverage of the event coming up tonight on News 7 at 6.




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The historic stairs of the State Capitol are 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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The stairs being removed are the same ones climbed by Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower during a visit to Virginia in 1946.
The steps will be back in place in time for the swearing in of the Commonwealth's next governor.
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Students may need a quick lesson on how to get into Patrick Henry High School next week.
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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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In sports, Los Angeles's Adrian Beltre helped the team "dodge" a loss to Atlanta last night.
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Beltre tied the game in the ninth inning with a homer off of John Smoltz and won it in the eleventh with his major league-leading 38th home run.
It's the second straight night that Beltre homered twice.
Giovanni Carrara pitched two scoreless innings for the win. He's 3 and "oh".
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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning - Music is in the air in Vinton this weekend. We'll talk about the Bluegrass Compeititon
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and get tuned up to see what's in store there later today.
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[Jenn ONE SHOT] For thousands of Virginians healthcare is a luxury they can't afford. That's why the Carilion Housestaff Association is organizing a fundraiser to help make healthcare more accessible in the Roanoke Valley. [Jenn/GUEST TWO SHOT] Here to tell us more about September to Remember, Labor of Love is Dr. Dave Durham.
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1. First, tell us about the Carilion Housestaff Association and why this fundraiser helps fulfill your mission.
2. And I understand all proceeds will go to Project Access.
3. What can people expect at the event?
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[TAKE Health Info FS] "September to Remember - Labor of Love" is September fourth at Elmwood Park from 5-11. Admission is $3 per person and $5 per couple with all proceeds benefiting Project Access of the Roanoke Valley.
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You may have already stopped by, but if not, organizers of Vinton's 16th Annual Old-Time Bluegrass Festival and Competition are hoping you'll join them this weekend.
[Jenn/GUEST TWO SHOT] Here to tell us what to expect is Consuella Barbour - Vinton's Assistant Town Manager.

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1. The festival actually started on Thursday and you say it's already a big hit.
2. This festival is in its 16th year - why has it been so successful?
3. This year you're actually doing something different on Sunday.

The Old- Time Bluegrass Festival and Competition continues today and tomorrow at the Vinton Farmer's Market. The event is Free. Now here's a sample of what you can expect tonight.

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In sports, some former college standouts from Virginia were showing their stuff in the Minnesota - Atlanta game and

a five-time gold medalist swimmer give his teammate a chance to go for the gold. Mike Stevens has more in sports.
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Decorating dorm rooms isn't always easy - especially since space is so limited.
But Brent Watts and our decorating guru Angela Combs have some tips to help
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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... The latest in attacks on oil installations by Iraqi insurgents results in a pipeline explosion


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And this VMI football player has learned that there IS something more grueling than two-a-days. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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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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His funeral will take place Tuesday at the Arritt Funeral Home on Highland Avenue in Covington.
The service begins at one o'clock. His remains will be laid to rest at the Palestine Cemetery.
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Roanoke's Railwalk and the museums it links together got strong reviews yesterday from some visitors.
And city officials are hoping it's on track for more.
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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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Some of yesterday'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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Lynchburg's overflowing with its new claim to fame.
It is now home to the tallest fountain east of the Mississippi.
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City leaders flipped the switch yesterday 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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Coming up - The bluegrass beat goes on as Smith Mountain Grass gives us another taste of this weekend's Vinton Bluegrass Competition
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and in today's Movie Review - there may not be monsters, aliens or predators - but "Open Water" has REAL horrors all its own.
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(("Open Water" (Lion's Gate Films) Review by: Joel Sink
"Open Water" proves that reality is far more terrifying than a special effects extravaganza like "Alien Vs. Predator". "Open Water" is based on actual events that took place near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
"Open Water" begins as Susan (Blanchard Ryan) and Daniel (Daniel Travis) are leaving for a tropical vacation. Their lives are full of cell phone calls and stress and hundreds of details that make each of us need a tropical vacation. On the second day of their vacation the pair heads off on a boat for an open water scuba dive. The divers are carefully counted while still on the boat, but due to an error counting the divers as they return, the boat leaves the site without Susan and Daniel. As the stranded pair come to the surface they think that the boat accidentally left them, but will return when they realize the mistake. (Their belongings are still on the boat.) After 24 hours in the water, and numerous sharks, the pair begins to wonder if they will be rescued.
"Open Water" is a terrifying movie. If you are looking for something with action and special effects like "Deep Blue Sea" or "Jaws" even, this movie is probably not going to work for you. If the thought of being left in mid-ocean to fend for yourself is scary, then you will find this movie terrifying. There are no special effects - just real sharks. The film had a budget of $130,000 and was shot on video (think "Blair Witch", but better). The actors are passable, but they don't carry the movie. What does carry the movie is that these events could happen to anyone. If I had a criticism it would be the "video look" and a couple of places where I didn't see the emotion I expected from the actors. The fact that this film was done for pocket change and shot on weekends gives me a really good reason to forgive these small problems.
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Some major changes are in store for one of Lynchburg's landmarks, and some New River Valley farmers try their hand at a new trade. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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Investors have purchased the 100-year-old, seven-story Krise (Kr-ice) Building at the corner of Ninth and Main Streets in Lynchburg.
They plan to renovate four floors into new office space and the top three floors would become luxury penthouse apartments.
The building currently has just four tenants who occupy a small portion of the building's 35-thousand square feet.

One of them... Bowen's Jewelers... plans to expand.
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The town of Rocky Mounty voted to purchase nearly 60-acres of land to expand its half of the Rocky Mount-Franklin County Industrial Park. Officials say the purchase was necessary to attract new businesses, considering it only had about 19-acres of land left in the park. The property includes 16-hundred feet of rail access, and one of the first things they plan to do is build a trans-loading dock for local farmers and businesses who receive products by rail.

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A Wythe County family is the latest in the N-R-V to give agri-tourism a try. Two local farmers turned their 45 acres into the Wythe County Animal Park. It's a petting zoo with common farm -- and exotic animals
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