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Amber Frey prepares to go head- to- head again with defense attorney Mark Geragos in the Scott Peterson murder trial.

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And, a Yemeni man becomes the first detainee to face a U-S military tribunal in more than a half- century.
Officials say he was Osama bin Laden's bodyguard.
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Hazy sunshine continues to rule our skies with a slight chance for an afternoon thundershowers. I'll have your forecast.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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The attorney for accused murderer, Scott Peterson returns to court today to continue his cross examination of Peterson's former mistress, Amber Frey.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
So far, the defense has attempted to portray Amber Frey as a calculating woman obsessed with Scott Peterson-- and questioned whether she's fully cooperated with police.
Brian Andrews reports.
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AMBER FREY'S ATTORNEY SAYS SHE'LL BE BACK TO ANSWER MARK GERAGOS' QUESTIONS FOR AS LONG AS IT TAKES....

(Gloria Allred/Frey's Attorney)
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OF GERAGOS LEAVING) "If this was a prize fight... ...close enough to make it interesting."

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ALLRED CALLING GERAGOS CROSS-EXAMINATION OF HER CLIENT A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION WITHOUT ANY POWER... OR ANY POINT...

(geragos leaves court)

HE ASKS HER ABOUT THE TIME-LINE OF HER RELATIONSHIP WITH SCOTT...

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AND HER COOPERATION WITH MODESTO POLICE.

(show amber arriving today)

AMBER ADMITTING SHE OFFERRED TO TELL SCOTT SHE WAS PREGNANT... AND SEE WHAT TYPE OF RESPONSE SHE GOT. DETECTIVES HANDLING THE CASE NEVER ALLOWED HER TO GO THAT FAR...

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BUT IT WAS REVEALED IN HER TESTIMONY THAT SHE DID MAKE CALLS TO SCOTT IN THEIR PRESENCE...FROM THE POLICE STATION... WITH OFFICERS PASSING HER NOTES ON WHAT TO SAY.

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SO FAR THOUGH, NO REAL BOMB SHELLS OR MAJOR REVELATIONS

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"I would simply ask Mr. Geragos where's the beef...or is your only beef that amber assisted police by taping telephone calls with Scott Peterson."

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GERAGOS PICKS UP HIS LINE OF QUESTIONING THIS MORNING ON WHETHER AMBER TURNED OVER THE TAPES OF EVERY CALL SHE HAD WITH SCOTT PETERSON... SUGGESTING THERE MAY BE WIRETAPS OF SUCH CONVERSATIONS. AMBER, THOUGH, INSISTS SHE TURNED OVER EVERYTHING TO POLICE. BRIAN ANDREWS, CBS NEWS, REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA. ))

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Today's hearing at Guantanamo Baby, Cuba is the first U-S hearing for an enemy combatant since World War Two.
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No cameras are being allowed in the courtroom. A five- member panel of military officers will serve as judge and jury for the four detainees.
Osama bin Laden's former driver was the first to appear in court.
The Yemeni man was arraigned earlier today.
He's charged with conspiracy to commit war crimes, but insists he is NOT a terrorist.
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A military judge says he may order intelligence officers to testify in the Iraqi prisoner abuse case, unless prosecutors file charges against them soon.
Tom Fenton has more from the pre- trial hearing in Germany.
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The judge in these trials now appears sympathetic to defense demands that officers in charge of military intelligence at abu ghraib be called as witnesses. The attorney for sgt javal davis, one of those defendants, claims those officers orders the harsh treatment meted out to prisoners. (abuse pix) None of the defendants in these trials is denying that abuse took place. The pictures of naked and humiliated Iraqi prisoners speak for themselves. Defense attorneys are char
ging that the soldiers were acting under orders and that responsibility went right to the top. (SOT PAUL W. BERGRIN, L

AWYER FOR SERGEANT DAVIS) Rumsfeld knew exactly what was going on at Abu Ghraib, that he approved very aggressive interview and interrogation techniques at Guantanamo and that these techniques funnelled down to Abu Ghraib. (Ivan Frederick still) The second defendant to be heard today, Staff Sergeant Ivan Frederick, has already indicated he will plea bargain and admit guilt to some of the charges. SO FAR, THIS IS ONLY A HINT OF WHAT MAY FOLLOW. THE PRESIDING JUDGE EXPECTS THE TRIALS TO BE HELD IN BAGHDAD. THERE, IN THE HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT OF A COUNTRY UNDER MILITARY OCCUPATION, THE COURT MAY HEAR THE SORDID DETAILS OF WHAT HAPPENED IN ABU GHRAIB PRISON))
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Meanwhile, a deal has been reached with Staff Sergeant Frederick.
Military prosecutors have agreed to drop some of their charges -- after Frederick decided to plead guilty to others.
The guilty pleas are expected at a hearing in October.

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Federal authorities have arrested a man named on an F-B-I terror watch list.
That, after he was allegedly spotted videotaping the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Maryland last Friday.
He hasn't been charged with any wrongdoing from that incident.
He's being held as a material witness in a Chicago terrorism case.

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Two mining companies in Wise County have been cited in the death of a three year old boy.
Jeremy Davidson was in his family's home near Appalachia when a boulder tumbled into the house.
Mining officials said heavy equipment operators dislodged the rock from a slope mine, sending it into the boy's bedroom.
Yesterday the state Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy served Matt Mining Company and A-and-G Coal with a cessation order and two notices of violations.
As a result of the orders, the companies must remove all materials larger than a baseball, and have an engineer certify the stability of the slope before work can resume.

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Three teenagers are facing vandlism charges in Botetourt County.
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Joseph Daniel Luck and James Richard Looney, both 18 year olds from Montvale, and a 17-year-old boy from Bedford are accused of a vandalism spree from this weekend. Residents in the Blue Ridge area woke Saturday morning to find a church and more than 50-homes, mail boxes and street signs spray painted. Sheriff Ronnie Sprinkle says the three face charges under Virginia's hate crime laws since the lettering "KKK" was sprayed on both the home and vehicle of an African-American family. A second juvenile is also under investigation.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the Governor says Virginians are getting a faster tax break. But one political opponent says taxes never should have been raised in the first place.
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Also we'll tell you why some people are spotting werewolves around the Appalachian Trail.
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It took three years, but Virginia is finally in the black.
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Governor Mark Warner delivered the news yesterday to the General Assembly's money committees.
Warner said the surplus means an increase in each taxpayer's personal exemption will take effect one year earlier than scheduled.
The state ended the fiscal year with a nearly 324-million dollar surplus.
Some Republicans say the extra money shows that the recently passed tax increases were not necessary.
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM: I FEEL MORE LIKE TOLD YOU SO. THE HOUSE PLAN THAT WE PASSED AT THE END OF THE SESSION HAD SOME INCREASES IN IT THAT WOULD HAVE RAISED ABOUT 600 MILLION DOLLARS. WITH THE SURPLUS WE WOULD BE RIGHT CLOSE TO A BILLION DOLLARS. THAT'S MORE THAN I THINK WE NEEDED IN A SINGLE YEAR.))
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Warner was unapologetic about the need for one-point-four billion dollars in additional taxes.
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They're small... they're fast ... but many fear the new mini-motorcycles known as Pocket Rockets may also be dangerous.
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Many communities, like Roanoke, are now enforcing new safety codes to regulate the bikes. The bikes must be registered, and riders must wear a helmet and be at least 16-years-old. But, police say so far, they haven't had any major accidents involving the bikes.
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((BILL ALTHOFF/ROANOKE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT; HOWEVER I'VE SEEN THEM OPERATING IN VIOLATION OF STATE LAW, AS PROBABLY MOST MOTORISTS HAVE, WHERE THEY START WEAVING IN AND OUT OF TRAFFIC, AND THINGS LIKE THAT. AND WHEN YOU PUT A BODY ON A VERY SMALL BIKE, IT'S ONLY A MATTER OF TIME.))
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The state recently tightened ITS laws in response to the new bikes -- including requiring operators to carry a photo i-d. Althoff (ALL-toff) says it's likely more laws will be added next year.
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If you are around the Appalachian Trail any time soon, you may see a werewolf.
But don't worry, it's not real.
It is more of the Hollywood variety, as a traditional horror movie is being filmed right here in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Jennifer Wishon reports.
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((While residents along the Blue Ridge Parkway sleep - a film crew is creating a tale about a werewolf prowling deep in the woods. ((QUICK NATS OF PRODUCTION PEOPLE)) Stormcatcher films has been making its way along the Parkway filming it's latest horror, "Wolfsbane." A story about park rangers working to evacuate a mountain after discovering a wild, rabid animal.
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((PAUL MOORE: SIMULTANEOUSLY, WE HAVE A GROUP OF YOUNG PROFESSIONALS WHO ARE HIKING ON A YEARLY VACATION THAT THEY TAKE AND BOTH OF THESE GROUPS COLLIDE WHEN THEY ENCOUNTER A CREATURE THEY BELIEVE TO BE THIS ANIMAL.)) [RUNS12]
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The crew is filming the 90- minute movie in just three weeks- making stops near the Peaks of Otter and Explore Park.


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((SCOT TANNER: OUR MOVIE IS A SPECIAL EFFECTS NIGHTMARE IN THAT WE HAVE SO MANY THINGS GOING ON WITH THE MONSTERS SO IT TAKES A LOT OF TIME TO SET UP THE SHOTS SO WE'RE CRAMMING A LOT. OUR CREW WORKS REALLY HARD HOURS.)) [RUNS11]
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And because most of the scenes occur at night- crews have to lug generators, heavy lights and cameras deep into the woods.
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((TODD GILPIN: EVERY DAY IS A DIFFERENT SITUATION, A DIFFERENT ADVENTURE. YOU FIND YOURSELF OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF A RODADENDRUM GROVE OR ON TOP OF A MOUNTAIN OR OUT IN A CREEK SO IT'S JUST BEN A LOT OF RUGGED TERRAIN ON HAULING ALL OF THIS STUFF AROUND.)) [RUNS12]
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Stormcatcher Films is keeping it's anima- tronic wolf under lock and key until the film is released, but News 7 did learn the beast's fate.
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Tanner says we'll have to wait until the film is released to learn more. Stormcatcher Films plans to complete "Wolfsbane" in October and is already working on a deal to distribute it nationwide on DVD. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Bedford County.))
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we'll tell you why some people were rather surprised when they found an uninvited guest living in their garage.
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Whether he was just looking to borrow some honey, no one's quite sure.
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A 200- pound black bear was found sleeping in a garage Sunday at a home in a quiet California neighborhood.
Residents say it's the first time they've had a bear as a visitor.
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((BRAD JOHNSTON/NEIGHBOR: IN THIS AREA, I'M TRYING TO THINK OF FORESTS AND TREES AND AREAS THAT WOULD SUPPORT A BEAR AND I REALLY CAN'T THINK OF ANYTHING. ))
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The bear was spotted scaling a wall at one family's home, leaving his 12- inch paw prints on his way to the garage.


When Fish and Game officials arrived, they found him sleeping against the water heater.
No one was hurt and the bear did no major damage.
After an examination, the wayward bear was released into a nearby national forest.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 17 points, the NASDAQ has dropped seven.

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Coming up next
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It's more of the same old news for Micheal Vick. After the break we'll have more on ANOTHER injury.

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The summer Olympics continue in Athens with more gold for the U-S, and more controversy over the judging.
Manuel Gallegus brings us up to date.
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THEY PRAYED IT WOULD HAPPENAND IT DIDAN AMERICAN THREE OF A KIND
NAT-RACE -
IN THE MEN'S 400 METER, FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD BELONGED TO THE U.S.A.
NAT-RACE -an american sweep. 1,2,3, !!

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we talked about going one two threewe knew in hearts we could if we just went out there and did what we knew what we could do
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THE AMERICAN WOMEN'S SOFTBALL TEAM ALSO DOMINATED THE GAMESTHEY OUT-HIT, OUT-RAN AND OUT-CLASSED THE AUSSIES IN THE FINAL TO TAKE THE GOLD FOR THE THIRD TIME.

-SOT-JENNY FITCH, WOMEN'S SOFTBALL GOLD MEDALIST 12;02;10

there's no greater feeling than putting on my USA jerseyand representing the greatest country there is
IT WAS AN ESPECIALLY SWEET VICTORY FOR TEAM COACH MIKE CANDREA WHOSE WIFE DIED UNEXPECTEDLY JUST BEFORE THE GAMES. THE WOMEN THINK OF HIM AS A SECOND FATHER.

-SOT-MIKE CANDREA, WOMEN'S SOFTBALL COACH 08;33

I feel very fortunate -they really helped me through those tough times - one I'll never forget it.
-STAND-UP-Manuel Gallegus, Athens IN GYMNASTICS GOLD WAS OUT OF REACH FOR AMERICANS PAUL HAMM (HOMM) AND CARLY PATTERSONBUT THE REAL DRAMA WAS OVER WHAT HAPPENED WITH RUSSIAN ALEXEI NEMOV.

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4-TIME GOLD MEDALIST NEMOV HAD AN AMAZING HIGH BAR ROUTINE BUT THEN THIS
-NAT-STUMBLE - COURTESY NBC OLYMPICS HIS LOW SCORE CAUSED THE CROWD TO BOOFOR TEN MINUTES THE JUDGES BOOSTED HIS SCORE A BIT STILL ITALY TOOK THE GOLD AND PAUL HAMM EDGED OUT NEMOV TO TAKE BRONZE
NOW RUSSIA APPARENTLY PLANS TO PROTEST THE NEMOV DECISION AND OTHER RESULTS INCLUDING SVETLANA KHORKINA'S LOSS TO CARLY PATTERSON SHOWING THAT LONG AFTER THE COLD WARJUDGING CONTROVERSIES STILL EXIST AT THE GAMES. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS ATHENS.
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Michael Vick swears he is not injury-prone, but the Falcons' star quarterback missed practice yesterday - because of another problem with his right hamstring. He first injured it on August 5th,
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He then re-aggravated it on this scramble last Friday, in the second quarter of the Falcons' win over the Vikings. Vick stayed in the game, but only for three more plays-- and you can see him grabbing the hamstring as he headed back to the huddle. This week marks the final week of training camps in the NFL.
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Teams also are starting to slice up their rosters--
Former Hokie Keith Burnell, who eventually ended up at Delaware, was cut by the Jets. He was trying to make the team as a defensive back.

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The BCA Classic is fast approaching and among other things, the game will provide Tech fans with their first live look at two highly touted linebackers. Mike Stevens has more.
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(( Ever since their arrival on campus a year ago, linebackers Vince Hall and Xavier Adibi have been tabbed the as the players most likely to bring Tech's overall defense back to a position of national prominence. Last year as they watched the Hokies defense self-destruct they developed a bond and made a pact not to let that happen on their watch. ((ADIBI:)) ((HALL:)) Right now the dynamic duo is technically in a backup role behind Blake Warren and Mikal Baaqee. But their skills and demeanor will have them in the mix early and often this weekend. ((HALL:)) ((ADIBI:)) Hall and Adibi will be even more hyped Saturday night when they open their careers on a massive stage - Fed Ex Field - as the only game in town - against the defending national champions.)) ((HALL:)) [REPRS@CL] SUPER=X4031; Fax/Copyright Noon/Weekends [SUPER=X4030; e-Mail/Copyright Noon/Weekends]