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Coming up next, Ivan gives birth to strong storms that rock much of the News 7 area.
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We'll have reports from Henry County, Bedford and more.
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The weather threat shifts from tornadoes and damaging winds to tropical rains. For that reason, flood watches remain in effect.

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Also today, researchers at Virginia Tech believe they are on target with a new cancer treatment.
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In Sports, the Ferrum Panthers have to dodge a strong storm to play football.
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Plus we'll see a married couple go all out to take the plunge. News 7 at 5 is next.
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Storms spawned by Ivan tear through the region, leaving downed trees and damaged buildings in their wake.
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We start in Henry County where what could have been a tornado ripped through one community this afternoon.
Violent winds tore down trees and inflicted significant damage to homes and businesses.
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Richard Lesko is in Henry County and joins us with the details.
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Bedford County residents are cleaning up the downed trees littering the area.
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This afternoon Stewartsville residents off Route 619 reported hearing a loud noise that sounded like a freight train.

They headed advice from weather officials and took cover in the center of their home.
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Residents in the Goodview area are now clearing dozens of trees that strong winds broke off half way up their trunks.

Debris also liters the grounds at Goodview Elementary School. At first officials believed the twisted metal was part of the school, but now believe it blew over from a nearby home or farm.
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The western portion of our viewing area was not hit quite as hard. The New River Valley had minor flooding, some downed trees and power outages.
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Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa has a look at the situation there.
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Shannon, I spent most of the day in Galax and Grayson County. The biggest problem there was the power outages.
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This crew was working on the Hebron (Heb-ron) and Gladeville area, trying to restore power in Carroll County. The wind and wet grounds were knocking trees over onto power lines. At least 4-thousand are still without power in Galax, Grayson and Carroll Counties. American Electric Power officials say 14-hundred are still without power in Bland and Wythe Counties.
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There was some minor flooding from the creeks in the region. It even destroyed the pavement above a culvert near some businesses in Galax. The owners there even had sand bags on hand to keep the water out of there businesses
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It was a little windier in the higher elevations Shannon. Much more so than last week with the remains of Frances.
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Not many people were out and about.. those we did see all said the same thing. Go away Ivan.
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Damge caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ivan is piling up all along the U-S Gulf Coast.
Many residents of the Florida panhandle spent the day looking through the debris that was once their homes. Susan Roberts has more from Pensacola, Florida.
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((IT COULD TAKE WEEKS, EVEN MONTHS, TO CLEAN UP IVAN'S MESS IN PENSACOLA.
STREETS IN THE HISTORIC DOWNTOWN DISTRICT ARE LITTERED WITH DEBRIS...MANY BUSINESSES ARE RIPPED APART AND HOMES DESTROYED.
THOUSANDS ARE WITHOUT WATER AND POWER.

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AT THE MARINA PEOPLE WHO DIDN'T GET THEIR BOATS OUT OF THE WATER MAY NOT HAVE ANYTHING LEFT. IVAN'S POWERFUL WINDS TOSSED BOATS AROUND LIKE TOYS.
AND JUST OUTSIDE PENSACOLA... MASSIVE WAVES WASHED AWAY PART OF INTERSTATE 10. A MAJOR EAST-WEST ARTERY IS NOW CLOSED INDEFINITELY.

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FURTHER EAST IN MIRAMAR BEACH, THE SITUATION IS MUCH THE SAME. IVAN DEMOLISHED THE BOARDWALK AND WRECKED SEVERAL OCEANFRONT RESTAURANTS.
BUT EVEN AFTER THREE HURRICANES IN A MONTH.. FLORIDA'S GOVERNOR IS DOING WHAT HE CAN TO KEEP SPIRITS HIGH.

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"I'm really proud of the fact that people have gotten stronger and have been more united to face these storms."

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IN ALABAMA, COASTAL HOMES FROM GULF SHORES TO ORANGE BEACH ARE BATTERED. THESE ARE MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR CONDOS REDUCED TO RUBBLE.

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IVAN IS NOW WEAKER, BUT STILL CAUSING PROBLEMS IN THE CAROLINAS AND TENNESSEE. FLOOD WATERS ARE SWAMPING HOMES AND KNOCKING OUT POWER.
THE DEADLIEST HURRICANE TO HIT THE U-S SINCE 19-99..IS NOT DONE, JUST YET.
SUSAN ROBERTS, CBS NEWS, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.))

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Coming up next on the news, a Hollywood star shares the story of her battle with mental illness.
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Also we'll see how researchers at Virginia Tech are working on a revolutionary new cancer treatment.
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Michael Jackson was face to face with his accuser's mother today.
It was during another pre-trial hearing in the molestation case against him.
Lora McLaughlin reports.
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(( OUTSIDE MICHAEL JACKSON WAS SERENADED WITH CHEERS FROM HIS LOYAL FANS, BUT INSIDE THE COURTROOM HE WAS FACE TO FACE WITH THE MOTHER OF HIS ACCUSER.

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"THE CHARGES HE FACES ARE FALSE AND WILL BE FOUGHT IN A COURT OF LAW WHER HE WILL BE VINDICATED."
PROSECUTORS REFER TO HER AS A VICTIM, BUT THE WOMAN WAS BROUGHT IN BY THE DEFENSE TEAM. THEY ARE TRYING TO GET THE JUDGE TO THROW OUT EVIDENCE UNCOVERED BY A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR HIRED BY JACKSON'S FORMER ATTORNEY MARK GERAGOS. HER TESTIMONY IS SUPPOSED TO SUPPORT THEIR ARGUMENTS.

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"THE REASON WHY IT'S IMPORTANT THAT THE DEFENSE, STRANGELY ENOUGH, CALLED THE VICTIM'S MOTHER TO TESTIFY IS BECAUSE THEY WANT TO ESTABLISH WHAT SHE KNEW."
THE DEFENSE TEAM ALSO WANTS ITEMS SEIZED IN A RAID OF JACKSON'S NEVERLAND RANCH TO BE THROWN OUT. THEY SAY AUTHORITIES OVERSTEPPED THEIR BOUNDS AND VIOLATED THE SEARCH WARRANT.

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BOTH SIDES REMAIN UPSET THAT A VIDEOTAPED INTERVIEW WITH THE ACCUSER'S MOTHER HAS BEEN LEAKED TO THE MEDIA. IN THE POLICE INTERVIEW THE WOMAN SAYS SHE IS MORE INTERESTED IN JUSTICE THAN MONEY.
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OUTSIDE THE COURT, JACKSON'S FANS SHOWED THEIR SOLIDARITY WITH THE EMBATTLED POP STAR.

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"I BELIEVE HE IS INNOCENT AND THIS IS ALL ABOUT MONEY."
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"I WAS A VICTIM AND I KNOW HOW THAT VICTIM FEELS AND I WANT HIM TO HAVE SUPPORT."
SUGGESTED LM ON-CAMERA CLOSE: ...AND WHILE HIS FANS MAY PROCLAIM JACKSON'S INNOCENCE, WHETHER HE ESCAPES CHARGES INCLUDING CHILD MOLESTATION AND DELIVERING AN INTOXICANT TO MINOR...WILL BE UP TO A JURY. LM, CBS NEWS, SANTA MARIA, CA.
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In health check tonight,
Virginia Tech Researchers believe they have developed new cancer drugs that can target a tumor without harming other parts of the body.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details.
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Shannon,
The development of these drugs only started three years ago thanks to a grant from the Carilion Biomedical Institute.

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But in the coming months the drugs will go into animal trials.
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There has also been talk about using drugs at Tech's Vet School to treat horse with skin cancer because right now there is no cure and the usually have to put down.
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Shannon, Depending on how well the animal studies go -- clinical trials for humans may not be far behind.

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Recent studies have shown that a good diet and exercise are not only good for the body, but also good for the brain.
With this in mind, some doctors are trying to change the way people with mental illness are treated.
Dr. Mallika Marshall has more.
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((SMILING FOR THE CAMERAS ACTRESS LINDA HAMILTON, OF THE TERMINATOR FAME, DIDN'T COME TO THIS BROOKLYN COMMUNITY CENTER TO PROMOTE A NEW MOVIE BUT A NEW APPROACH TO MENTAL HEALTH.
(nats)"there is a relationship between our mind and our body."
HAMILTON WAS DIAGNOSED WITH BI-POLAR DISORDER TEN YEARS AGO... BUT FOR MUCH OF HER LIFE SHE HAS BATTLED THE DISEASE ON HER OWN.

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"I was a compulsive eater doing my best to just cover up the way that I felt.:04 (butt to)just sort of substituted drugs and alcohol for the same reason."

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BIPOLAR DISORDER CAUSES EXTREME MOOD CHANGES. BESIDES USING DRUGS AND ALCOHOL HAMILTON ALSO ATE POORLY AND NEVER EXERCISED REGULARLY. HOWEVER, THAT CHANGED WHEN SHE WAS PREPARING FOR A NEW MOVIE ROLE.

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HAMILTON WAS PRAISED FOR HER PHYSICAL SHAPE AS SARA CONNER IN TERMINATOR TWO. WHILE THE ROLE HELPED HER CAREER, SHE WAS ALSO SURPRISED HOW A GOOD DIET AND EXERCISE HELPED HER MENTAL HEALTH.

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"my mood had been like this and I was so capable and steady."
NOW AS A PAID SPOKESPERSON HAMILTON IS PROMOTING A NEW PROGRAM CALLED COMPLETE WELLNESS. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN MANY PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS SMOKE, DON'T EAT WELL AND NEVER EXERCISE.... AFFECTING SELF ESTEEM AND DEPRESSION. PROGRAM COORDINATOR BETTY VREELAND IS NOW TRAINING MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES AROUND THE COUNTRY TO TREAT NOT ONLY THE MIND BUT ALSO THE BODY.

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"if they can master eating better and losing some weight that they can take care of themselves better in so many areas."
IT'S NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEDICATION OR THERAPY BUT HAMILTON BELIEVES IT IS A HELPFUL TOOL IN DEALING WITH A DIFFICULT DISEASE. DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))


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[VO] Then a little later, we'll meet some Newlyweds who have learned fast that the married life has plenty of ups and downs.
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Still to come on the newscast,
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The Ferrum College Panthers moved their originally scheduled game with Chowan from Saturday afternoon to this morning at 11. What they didn't know is that right around halftime condition would be ripe for tornados all around them.
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Fortunately, they were able to get the game in just fine even though the rain was very heavy at times. In the first quarter, Jermaine Pitts will drop back and fire a beautiful strike to tight end Chris Silk on the post pattern. He hauls it in and sets up the first score of the day moving the ball inside the 10. Ferrum's defense then set the stage for the next score of the day. Paul Inoa (UH-NO-UH) will step in front of the pass right in front of the Panthers' sideline. He will pick up a couple of nice blocks and return the ball to the Chowan 7. He had three interceptions today. A couple of plays later, Pitts and Silk will get together again. This time the tight end makes the catch in the back of the end zone. Ferrum takes a 14-to-nothing lead with 3:45 left in the first quarter. Then just a couple of minutes into the second quarter - Pitts will call his own number and bootleg in off the left side of the line from
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The game featured a lightning delay at the start, and a tornado warning in the middle in which all the players and fans were taken into Schwartz gymnasium and field house until the weather improved.

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While Ferrum played today - all of tonight's high school football action has been postponed or in some cases completely cancelled. However, Friday Football Extra will be on tonight at its regularly scheduled time at 11:35pm. We'll have the highlights of 11 games that were played last night, plus the latest player of the week segment.
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And we'll take a look at the "Ivan Factor." The schools that moved their games to last night ended up high and dry while those who thought they could play tonight ended all wet in more ways than one. And Friday Football Extra comes your way tonight at 11:35.
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Also, rain is effecting qualifying for the Nextel Cup circuit in New Hampshire, and there may be rain at Tech tomorrow.
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[GO TO APRISA 1066] But it doesn't matter because the Hokies first ever game in the ACC is right here on Your Hometown Station tomorrow at Noon. If you can't make it to Blacksburg - check it out right here on WDBJ-7. Have a safe night folks.
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On Wall Street today, the Ford Motor Company energized the stock market. With that and more, here's Jean Lee.
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We have an update on the road conditions in Henry County. One southbound lane of Route 220 is now open near Fieldale. Traffic is no longer being detoured off the roadway.
The remaining southbound lane is expected to reopen before six.
Finally today, Marriage often has its ups and downs.
But one Washington couple experienced both, before they'd even said their "I do's."
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Kea North and Hank Dowd took the plunge, literally.
They got married on a roller coaster yesterday, as part of a radio station contest.
The happy couple had such a good time, they even rode the roller coaster twice-- a move that didn't sit well with the groom's mom.
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((HANK DOWD/ROLLER COASTER GROOM: MY MOM SHE MAYBE GOT A LITTLE WOOZY. I WENT TWICE. I FELT BAD ABOUT THAT. WE HAD TO DO IT!". ))
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The couple plans to spend their honeymoon in San Diego-- no word on whether they'll also be heading up to Disneyland for another roller coaster ride....
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