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Next on News 7 at 5, police in Salt Lake City may have found the body of murder victim Lori Hacking.
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Plus Mount St. Helens sends a plume of steam and smoke into the sky over Washington State.
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Looks like the weekend gets sliced in half by a cold front. What that means to the forecast in just a moment.

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A new supermarket chain is coming to Roanoke. We'll have the details.
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Days after the flooding, Roanoke's Swift Water team is still out looking for hidden hazards.
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Also we'll tell you what brought sports stars Tommy John and Charles Mann to the Valley today. News 7 at 5 is next.
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After years of relative quiet, Mother Nature has awakened a sleeping giant in Washington State.
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Mount St. Helens put on a spectacular show today... throwing a thick plume of steam high into the air.
Scientists have been predicting this would happen for days.
Teri Okita has more from a nearby observation center.
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(((((LOCATOR: Near Mount St. Helens, Washington)
TRACK: IT CAME WITHOUT WARNING.... LIKE A CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE THAT POPPED IT'S CORK.
ROCKS, ASH AND STEAM ERUPTING OUT OF MT.ST. HELENS DOME.
BRIDGE: THE ADVISORY HAD BEEN AT THE SECOND HIGHEST LEVEL FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS... AFTER SCIENTISTS PREDICTED A 70% PROBABILITY OF AN ERUPTION...AND IT APPEARS THEY WERE RIGHT ON THE MARK.
JUST HOURS BEFORE THEIR EXCITEMENT HAD BEEN GROWING.

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At this point we are seeing an increase...and then a leveling off and then an increase and leveling offe.
IT APPEARS TO BE A RELATIVELY SMALL EXPLOSION WITH LITTLE DANGER TO THE NEAREST TOWN.
TRACK: MORE THAN ONE-THOUSAND TINY EARTHQUAKES A DAY HAVE BEEN SHAKING RATTELING AND ROLLING INSIDE THE CRATER .

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We feel this is related to upward movement ..something is pushing up from below.
WHEN THESE VISITORS FIRST HEARD THE MAJESTIC MOUNT ST. HELENS MAY BLOW AGAIN, THEY RUSHED TO GET A FRONT ROW SEAT TO NATURES SHOW.

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the volcano is outstanding no other place in the world you can see anything like it.
TRACK: WHETHER THE SHOW IS BIG OR SMALL, THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER ONE EXACTLY LIKE IT. THESE TOURISTS KNOW ITS A PART OF HISTORY. AND BESIDES, ADMISSION IS FREE. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, AT THE JOHNSTON RIDGE OBSERVATORY.))
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All the evidence is in in the federal fraud trial of Richard Burrow. The case will now go to the jury next week. The former president of the National D-Day Memorial never took the stand in his own defense during the two week trial.
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Steve Smallshaw is outside the federal courthouse in Charlottesville. Steve, any idea why Burrow did NOT testify?
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The flood waters have receded and the danger has diminished, but today Roanoke's swift water team and state emergency management officials were back on the river.
Joe Dashiell explains what they were looking for.
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((Earlier this week, members of Roanoke's swift water team helped evacuate residents threatened by rising water.


Four days later, they're assisting the Virginia Department of Emergency Management and a private contractor as they search the river and its banks for hazardous debris.
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((WADE COLLINS/HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OFFICER: TYPICALLY WITH THESE FLOODS WE'LL FIND OIL TANKS AND PROPANE TANKS AND ITEMS SUCH AS THAT, SO WE TRY TO RECOVER THOSE AND GET THEM BACK.))
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While the river is back within its banks, the current is strong... the search for hazardous materials remains a challenge.
It's been a busy season for a swift water team that got its feet wet a few months ago.
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(( WE PUT IT TOGETHER ACTUALLY BACK IN THE SUMMER SEVERAL OF US HAD ALREADY BEEN THROUGH THE TRAINING. WE PUT MORE PEOPLE THROUGH TRAINING AND LIKE I SAID, THE LAST THREE HURRICANES AND FLOODS WE'VE ACTUALLY BEEN PUT TO THE TEST.))
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The work will continue... hazmat teams will spend a couple of days on the roanoke river, before turning their attention to Smith Mountain Lake next week.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))


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Salt Lake City Detectives have found human remains that could be the body of Lori Hacking- the missing woman who's husband is charged.
The remains were found at the landfill- where it's believed her body was dumped.
Manuel Gallegus has the latest.
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((IT COULD BE THE BREAK INVESTIGATORS WERE HOPING FOR A GRIM DISCOVERY IN A UTAH LANDFILL.
HUMAN REMAINS ....POSSIBLEY THOSE OF LORI HACKING WERE DISCOVERED BY A POLICE OFFICER, ONE OF MANY VOLUNTEERS WHO HAD BEEN SEARCHING THE GARBAGE DUMP FOR WEEKS.
PHIL ESLINGER/SALT LAKE CITY DETECTIVE: If in fact these are lori s remains is the fact that we are able to bring that family some closure. That s excellent. For us to do that for them. And also for us to make this case that much tighter tighter. THE 27 YEAR OLD WOMAN HAS NOT BEEN SEEN SINCE JULY 18TH. DETECTIVES SUSPECT THAT HACKING S HUSBAND MARK KILLED HER.....BECAUSE SHE'D FOUND OUT HE'D LIED ABOUT BEING ADMITTED TO MEDICAL SCHOOL. HE IS CHARGED WITH MURDERAND ALLEGEDLY CONFESSED TO HIS BROTHERS THAT HE SHOT HIS WIFE WHILE SHE SLEPT AND DISPOSED OF HER BODY, THE WEAPON, AND A MATTRESS IN A TRASH BIN. THAT TRASH BIN WAS EVENTUALLY DUMPED IN A 550 ACRE LANDFILL.BUT SEARCHERS WERE ABLE TO NARROW DOWN THEIR DIGGING TO AN AREA ABOUT THE SIZE OF A FOOTBALL FIELDTHEY DID IT BY USING DOGS AND BY CLUES IN THE GARBAGE. PHIL ESLINGER, SALT LAKE CITY DETECTIVE we were finding newspapers with the date that put us in a good time frame as to when where we needed to be.
IT WILL TAKR A COUPLE OF WEEKS TO POSITIVELY IDENTIFY THE REMAINSAND THE SEARCH WILL GO ON IN THE AREA FOR OTHER CLUES MARK HACKING IS BEING HELD ON MILLION DOLLARS BAIL. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS.))

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A supermarket chain is expanding to Roanoke. We'll have the details next.
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Also on Healthcheck, a local doctor say people who were taking Vioxx should not panic.
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A popular supermarket chain in Richmond is coming to Roanoke.
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Ukrops plans to open a store near Franklin Road and Wonju street next year.
It will feature a bank and an indoor/outdoor cafe.
The building will be the anchor of the Ivy Market retail center.
The Roanoke store will be the third time Ukrops has gone outside of the Richmond market.
The chain's president says moving into the Roanoke area will be a challenge
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In health check tonight --
There are hundreds possibly thousands of people in the Roanoke Valley taking the arthritis and pain medication Vioxx.
But now that's it's been pulled off the market --some patients may be wondering if their health is at risk.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton spoke with a local doctor today to get some answers.
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Jean,
Merck --the company that makes the drug -- decided to take it off the market yesterday --because a study found it doubled the risk for heart attack and stroke.
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This increase was found after 18 months of treatment. But no matter how long you've been taking the drug one local doctors say there is no need to panic.
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Doctor Michael Wolfe says while Vioxx has been growing in popularity -- there are other options --even over-the-counter medications that may work just as well.
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((ONE THING THAT'S IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER IS THAT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THESE DRUGS FOR ARTHRITIS SYMPTOMS IS REALLY NOT SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER THAN THE NON-STEROIDAL ANTI INFLAMMATORY DRUGS. THE REASON THEY'VE BEEN SO POPULAR IS BECAUSE OF AN IMPROVED GASTROINTESTINAL PROFILE. IN OTHER WORDS LESS PROBLEMS WITH STOMACH ULCERS)) [RUNS19]
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Before patients decide on a new course of treatment -- Wolfe says they should consult with their doctor.
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((ONE THING WE DON'T WANT THEM TO DO IS STOP THEIR VIOXX AND THEN TREAT THEMSELVES WITH OVER-THE-COUNTERS DRUGS. WE WANT THEM TO STOP THE VIOXX AND DISCUSS WITH THEIR DOCTOR WHAT TO DO NEXT)) [RUNS10]
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Merck does have another drug in the works that is a Cox-2 inhibitor like Vioxx. In clinical trials, it has also shown to significantly reduce gastrointestinal side effects.
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Up next on the newscast, Brent Watts discovers some elaborate woodwork that's also music to the ears.
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A Franklin County man is trying to keep the lost art of Organ making alive. Brent Watts has the story of how he's carving his way into the music industry.
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Still to come on the newscast, the people behind private space travel are trying to put a positive spin on a return trip.
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Plus in Sports, Mike Stevens will tell us how Tommy John was making a pitch for the arts today.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to your Friday afternoon.
The Art Museum of Western Virginia presented the Art of Golf benefit tournament today at the Roanoke Country Club.


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Former Washington Redskin four time pro bowl defensive end Charles Mann joined forces with Major league baseball 288 game winner Tommy John to raise money for the Art Museum. Both played a single hole with the 30 plus teams that came out and participated in the 27 hole tournament. For them, taking the time to help children's art education and further the outreach programs was a no brainer.
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The high school football action is ready to rip tonight here on WDBJ-7. Friday Football Extra comes your way tonight at 11:35 with highlights from week five. Here's the schedule for tonight with the home teams listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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And don't forget the Salem-Fleming game is Saturday night at 7:30 at William Byrd's Bob Patterson Stadium. Steve Mason will be here at the top of the hour with your college game day information on the Tech-West Virginia clash, plus qualifying is late at Talladega, and won't be wrapped until later this evening. Take care folks. Have a safe night.

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On Wall Street today, investors displayed new optimism on the first day of the new quarter. That pushed the stock markets higher. Marcella Palmer has more.
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The creators of Spaceship One will try for a second launch Monday morning... in hopes of winning the ten million dollar prize.
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It was just two days ago that the Spaceship one- lauched into space- the first privately funded, manned space launch.
The flight was a bit rocky though.... the spaceship rolled 40 times as it reached 330 thousand feet above earth.
In order to win the ten million X-prize- the spaceship must complete another succesful flight within two weeks.
Pilots say they are ready to make that attempt on Monday.
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