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Today on News 7 at 5, Florida prepares for yet another Hurricane.
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Plus residents of several localities in our region are facing significantly higher electric bills.
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Nothing tropical here this weekend. In fact temperatures are right on the 30 year normals.

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Also today doctors in Belgium are offering new hope to some infertile women.
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In Sports, Terry Labonte crashes hard in NASCAR qualifying.
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Plus we'll meet a college student who is harvesting the profits from his job away from the classroom. News 7 at 5 is next.
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The plywood is back in demand....
so is the gasoline- Flroidians alrady hit hard by Frances are now bracing for Hurricane Jeanne.
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((ARE YU PREPARING OF COURSE OF COURSE IT IT'S COMING THIS WAY WE'RE GOING TO BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES.. PUT THE BOAT IN A SAFE SPOT.. AND HOPE FOR THE BEST.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Hundreds of thousands of Floridians are being asked to leave their homes again.
And so once again.. they are packing up and heading out.
As Brian Andrews reports, the Hurricane could hit Florida by Sunday.
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HURRICANE JEANNE IS HOVERING OFF OF FLORIDA, THREATENING TO POUND THE ATLANTIC COAST WITH THE FOURTH MAJOR STORM OF THE SEASON. WEATHER WEARY RESIDENTS AREN'T SURE IF THEY CAN HANDLE ANOTHER BLOW.

SOT: GEORGE IVY/PORT. ST. LUCIE RESIDENT

"THE RAIN AND WIND WE'LL GET WITH THIS THAT'S GOING TO HURT BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS SATURATED."
IN PORT ST. LUCIE, THE DEBRIS SCATTERED BY HURRICANE FRANCES IS STILL PILED UP WHILE PROJECTS LIKE ROOF REPAIRS ARE UNDERWAY. NOW PEOPLE ARE ABANDONING THE CLEAN UP - IN FAVOR OF BOARDING UP - AND BATTENING DOWN. BRIAN ANDREWS/CBS NEWS: WITH SO MUCH DESTRUCTION ALL ACROSS FLORIDA, FEDERAL EMERGENCY OFFICIALS ARE ALREADY IN PLACE. BUT THEIR HEAVY DUTY....KICKS IN AFTER THE DAMAGE HAS BEEN DONE. JAY EAKER/FEMA AGENT "WE'RE GOING TO GO TO SAFE LOCATION, RIDE OUT STORM AND COME BACK IN THE AFTERMATH."
IN THE MEANTIME, VOLUNTEERS FROM THE RED CROSS ARE OUT IN FORCE, HELPING STORM VICTIMS PREPARE FOR THE NEXT ONSLAUGHT. BUT THEY'RE ALSO FEELING THE PRESSURE. DONNA SMITH/RED CROSS WORKER "VERY STRESSFUL, YOU WANT TO GIVE THEM EVERYTHING BUT YOU CANT."
AND WHILE RESIDENTS ALONG THE TREASURE COAST BUTTON DOWN AND GAS UP, LOCAL OFFICALS ARE WARNING PEOPLE TO GET OUT WHILE THEY CAN. KEN MASCARA/SHERIFF ST. LUCIE COUNTY "TODAY IS THE DAY YOU COULD LEAVE, THE WEATHER IS FAIRLY NORMAL AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THAT." RIGHT NOW THE ROADS AREN'T BATTERED AND BRUISED BY THE WRATH OF HURRICANE JEANNE. BY SUNDAY..ALL THAT - MAY HAVE CHANGED. BRIAN ANDREWS, CBS NEWS, FLORIDA.))
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Customers from Radford to Danville will be feeling the heat from their electric bills next summer.
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Danville, Martinsville, Bedford, Radford, Salem and the Botetourt-Craig Cooperative all have contracts with Cinergy that expire next year. Most of those localities have already signed deals with American Electric Power that will increase rates. The City of Salem is still negotiating with Cinergy. Officials say they've been able to pass along *below average* rates in the past and hope to minimize any increases in the future.
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((MELINDA PAYNE: DUE TO SOME REALLY GOOD TIMES WITH THE COMPANIES WE'VE NEGOTIATED OUR CONTRACTS WITH WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO LAND SOME REALLY GOOD DEALS.))
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The City of Danville has already signed a one- year deal with American Electric Power. Under the agreement, officials expect a 40- percent increase for residential customers, a 50- percent hike for commercial customers and up to a 60-percent increase for the cities largest customers. Officials cite rising fuel costs and the federal deregulation of the electricity business for the drastic jump in prices.
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It's not yet clear how the new deals will affect the rates in other localities.

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A 16 year old boy has been charged with vandalizing two churches last month in Bedford County.
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Authorities believe the boy spray painted racial and religious slurs at the First Baptist Church and the Mount Zion United Methodist Church.
The boy has been charged with malicious damage to church property, racially motivated property damage, and arson.
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The teen's name is not being released because of his age.

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A Virginia Tech student who apparently died of alcohol poisoning will be buried this weekend.
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22 year old Thomas Ryan Hauser was found dead early Sunday morning after a night of drinking. Friends say they drank some beer at an apartment and then went to ONE bar until closing.
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They say it was a normal night of fun and Hauser never seemed TOO drunk while at the bar.
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((SUSAN STEFANTZ: WE ALL NEED TO WATCH OURSELVES, TO BE MORE CAREFUL, TO WATCH OUR FRIENDS AND NOT TO HESITATE TO CALL AND TO GET HELP IF YOU THINK THAT SOMETHING'S WRONG. PEOPLE ARE MORE THAN WILLING TO HELP AND TO MAKE SURE WE'RE SAFE.))
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A viewing will be held tonight in Northern Virginia. Friends are planning to hold a memorial service for Hauser on campus next week.
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Coming up tonight at 6:00... we'll have new developments in the investigation of his death.

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Coming up next on the newscast, the focus of the Presidential campaign shifts to Iraq.
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Also we'll see how a new born baby is offering hope to infertile women around the world.
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The war in Iraq is the top issue in the race for the White House.
Democrat John Kerry appears to have abandoned his focus on domestic issues to challenge the President for what he calls failed leadership in Iraq.
But as Stacy Case reports from Washington, the Administration is fighting back.
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TRACK: BATTERED BY CRITICISM HE'S NOT BEING SPECIFIC ENOUGH--- SENATOR

JOHN KERRY SPELLED IT OUT FRIDAY IN A SEVEN POINT PLAN TO BATTLE TERRORISTS WORLDWIDE. UNLIKE PRESIDENT BUSH, KERRY SAYS HIS TOP PRIORITY, IF ELECTED, WILL BE TARGETING OSAMA BIN LADEN, NOT SADDAM HUSSEIN.
SUPER: SEN. JOHN KERRY/DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE the president's misjudgment, miscalculations and mismanagement of the war in iraq all make the war on terror harder to win. iraq is now what it was not before the war, a haven for terrorists.
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AND MORE DEATHS EVERYDAY---- SENATOR KERRY SAYS HE'D BOLSTER AMERICA'S

MILITARY AND INTELLIGENCE AND REBUILD ALLIANCES HE SAYS WERE BROKEN BY PRESIDENT BUSH.
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TRACK: AT CAMPAIGN STOPS OF HIS OWN, VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY FIRED BACK.
SUPER: DICK CHENEY/VICE PRESIDENT 13:53;40 he gave a speech suggesting iraq was not a home for terrorists before america disposed of saddam, but ladies and gentlemen saddam himself was a terrorist.
TRACK: CHENEY AGAIN SUGGESTED KERRY WOULD BE A WEAK OPPONENT FOR TERRORISTS- A CAMPAIGN CLAIM THE KERRY CAMP HAS REPEATEDLY CALLED UNAMERICAN. )
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CAMPAIGNS MUST LOOK FORWARD TO THE FIRST ROUND OF PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES NEXT WEEK. STACY CASE, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.)

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More testimony today in the federal fraud trial of Richard Burrow in Charlottesville.
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The former director of the National D-Day Memorial is accused of deceiving banks, donors and the state of Virginia as he struggled to raise money to build the memorial on time. Current Memorial President William McIntosh testified today. He told the jury about the problems he had putting the foundation's finances back together after Burrow left in June of 2001.
McIntosh also testified Virginia Senators John Warner and George Allen strongly recommendeed he seek an outside criminal investigation in the foundation's finances.
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McIntosh also said the foundation simply bite off more than it could chew as it prepared for the President's visit for its dedication on June 6th, 2001.

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A new born baby is giving hope to the women who have been made infertile by cancer treatmetns.
Dr. Sean Keniff has more on a revolutionary procedure.
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(((nats)(Brussels, Belgium) THIS BELGIAN WOMAN AND HER NEWBORN MAY BE PART OF MEDICAL HISTORY.... BUT THE 32-YEAR-OLD IS JUST EXCITED TO BE A NEW MOM.

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"I'm very, very happy. Very happy." :03
HAPPY BECAUSE NOT LONG AGO SHE WAS INFERTILE. IN 19-97 SHE WAS DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER AND HAD TO UNDERGO CHEMOTHERAPY.

(file) CHEMO DRUGS CAN DAMAGE THE OVARIES AND CAUSE INFERTILITY.... SO

BEFORE THE TREATMENTS DOCTORS REMOVED TISSUE FROM ONE OF HER OVARIES AND FROZE IT.
FIVE YEARS LATER WHEN THE CANCER WAS GONE DOCTOR JACQUES DONNEZ (don-eh) REPLACED THE OVARIAN TISSUE AND 11 MONTHS LATER SHE WAS PREGNANT.

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it's a big message of hope for all women with a cancer, who have to go and have to have chemotherapy." :08

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WHILE DOCTORS BELIEVE THE TRANSPLANTED OVARIAN TISSUE PRODUCED THE EGG THAT CREATED THIS CHILD THEY ARE NOT 1-HUNDRED PERCENT SURE. THERE IS A CHANCE THE OVARY THAT WENT THROUGH CHEMO WAS ABLE TO REJUVENATE ITSELF AND CREATE EGGS.

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"after chemotherapy it's not uncommon for a woman's ovaries to start slowly, come awake let's say." :09
REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGIST DOCTOR FREDERICK LICCIARDI (( li-char-dee ) li is like lit) SAYS IF THIS TECHNIQUE ACTUALLY WORKED IT COULD ONE DAY BECOME THE BEST OPTION. THE ONLY CHOICE CANCER PATIENTS HAVE NOW IS TO FREEZE THEIR EGGS OR EMBRYOS.

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"even with that being out best option the pregnancy rate might be anywhere from 20 to 40 percent." :05
OVARIAN TISSUE TRANSPLANT HAS BEEN TRIED MANY TIMES... THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IT HAS WORKED. WITH OTHER WOMEN NOW AWAITING THE PROCEDURE WE'LL SOON FIND OUT IF CAN PRODUCE MORE BUNDLES OF JOY. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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Stay with us. Up a little later in newscast, Brent Watts will introduce a college student who is in search of the Great pumpkin.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Mike Stevens will have the qualifying results from Dover.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome the Friday ticker. It's race number two of the Chase for the Championship and two of the contenders are on the front row - Jeremy Mayfield and Ryan Newman.
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Terry Labonte had a rough time on the concrete this afternoon as he lost control on his second qualifying lap and tattooed the outside wall. He was OK - his car was not. Here's a look at the entire starting grid for the MBNA America 400.
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Week four of the high school football season is ready to roll tonight. Here's the Friday Football Extra rundown with the home teams listed on the bottom of each match-up.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12001] And this weekend your Hometown Station has as ACC and SEC doubleheader tomorrow with Duke at Maryland and Alabama at Arkansas. The action begins at Noon.
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[GO TO APRISA 12002] And on Sunday - the Giants take on the Browns in a one o'clock kick-off right after the NFL Today. Lee Suggs is still listed as questionable for the game. Your college game day information is coming up at the top of the hour with Travis Wells. Have a safe night everybody.
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On Wall Street today, stocks prices ended narrowly mixed on Wall Street, as oil prices climbed to a new record high.
Marcella Palmer has more.
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The fruits of the land are now ripe for the picking at K and T Farms in Fancy Gap. Brent Watts has the story of how one young farmer is "carving out a niche" in Southwest Virginia.
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