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Another eruption at Mount St. Helens, but a bigger one could be on the way. We'll have a live report.
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We're also live in Charlottesville, where the Richard Burrow retrial is about to head to the jury.
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Winds from the north tell the story of a chilly forecast with frost on the pumpkins likely later this week.

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On Healthcheck, three times a breast cancer patient. It motivates a local woman to fight even harder for a cure.
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We'll remember actress Janet Leigh .. most famous for 45 chiling seconds in a shower.
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And the dogs that kept breaking out. Until cameras showed how they did it. News 7 at 5 is next. [Open]
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Scientists in Washington State try to narrow down the window during which Mount St. Helens might erupt.
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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young.






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Right now they're saying an eruption of Mount St. Helens is imminent. Scientists says a burst of steam at mountain this morning was just a ''prelude.'' Earthquakes indicate magma is pushing up under the volcano and could result in a real eruption. The mountain could shoot ash tens of thousands of feet in the air or ooze lava on the crater floor. This morning's burst was similar to one Friday when Mount St. Helens burped dust or ash up to 12-thousand feet. Teri Okita has more.
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(((LOCATOR: Castle Rock Lookout/Near Mount St. Helens) MOUNT ST. HELENS BLEW HER TOP ONCE AGAIN TODAY...NOT THE BIG ERUPTION THEY'RE EXPECTING BUT A LARGE PLUME OF STEAM AND ASH JUST THE SAME ... BILLOWING UP INTO THE SKIES.
....THE ERUPTION OCCURED FROM THE SOUTH END OF THE CRATER AND SMALL EARTHQUAKES WERE RECORDED ALONG WITH THE STEAM BURST.

SOT: WILLIE SCOTT/USGS " IT'S OPENING THE PATHWAY AND CLEARING THINGS

OUT AND ALLOWING THINGS FROM DEPTH TO RISE."
TRACK: VOLCANIC TREMORS MEAN MAGMA IS MOVING TOWARDS THE EARTHS SURFACE. SCIENTISTS HAVE ALSO NOTICED CRACKS IN THE LAVA DOME AND HIGHER LEVELS OF CARBON DIOXIDE GAS ALL SIGNS THAT PRESSURE IS BUILDING.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP BRIDGE: Now, theyre using some high-tech toys to monitor the mountain, including digital seismographs, global positioning units, infra-red cameras, and air samplers.
TRACK: THOSE TOOLS MAY NOT GIVE SCIENTISTS PINPOINT ACCURACY IN PREDICTING AN EVENT, BUT IT HELPS THEM NARROW DOWN THE TIMEFRAME. AND IN GEOLOGICAL TERMS, THATS SIGNIFICANT.

SOT: WILLIE SCOTT/USGS "WE CANT RULE OUT WE'D MOVE TO A MORE

SUBSTANTIAL EVENT WITHOUT NOTICE."
TRACK: WITH THE WEEKEND OVER, MANY VISITORS HAD TO LEAVE BEFORE MOTHER NATURE BEGAN MONDAY'S SHOW. BUT THERE ARE OTHERS WHO'VE STAYED AND REMEMBER THE 1980 BLAST ALL TOO WELL.

(Super: Matthew Olson/Toutle Lake, Washington resident)
SOT: I was airlifted out ... 15 miles from here.


TRACK: ...EACH TIME THE VOLCNAO ERUPTS....SCIENTISTS ARE ASKED THE SAME QUESTION. IS THIS THE "BIG ONE" ? BUT BETTER THAN MOST... THEY KNOW... IT'S MOTHER NATURES TIMETABLE, AND ONLY SHE - KNOWSTHE ANSWER . CBS NEWS, NEAR MOUNT ST. HELENS.))

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On the legal front: Was it good faith or bad intent? Optimism or deceit? Those are just a few of the questions a jury must answer as it decides the fate of Richard Burrow.
His federal fraud case is close to wrapping up in Charlottesville.
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Steve Smallshaw is there tonight to bring us up to date.
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((ROLLCUE:...think Richard Burrow is.))
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A Lynchburg woman faces murder charges for an overnight stabbing. Police were called to 613 Wilton Avenue, where they found
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[Gregory Lee Campbell FS] 52-year-old Gregory Lee Campbell suffering from a knife wound. He was taken to Lynchburg General Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later. [Linda Bailey Buffaloe FS]
Police have charged 42-year-old Linda Bailey Buffaloe in Campbell's death. She's being held without bond at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail Authority.
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The President of Roanoke's Center in the Square is hospitalized after suffering a stroke over the weekend.
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Jim Sears suffered what's being called a mini stroke Saturday afternoon and drove himself to Lewis Gale Hospital.
The news came as a suprise to co-workers who say Sears is physically fit and works out regularly.
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((SUSAN MARTIN/CENTER IN THE SQUARE VP: WORKS OUT DAILY. IN THE GYM ALL THE TIME, CAME AS A SUPRISE TO THE STAFF AND TO HIM AS WELL I KNOW.))
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59-year old Sears is starting physical therapy today- and still undergoing testing. Martin says Sears is doing well.

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Her film career was best-known for a shower scene that lasted less than a minute. But actress Janet Leigh had dozens of films to her credit. Leigh died yesterday at her California home at age 77. Jennifer Donelan looks at her many accomplishments.
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(( (Video: courtesy Universal Studios)
JANET LEIGH, THE BEAUTIFUL ACTRESS WHOSE SCREAMS...
Nat - (02) "screaming"
...PROMISE TO ALWAYS SEND SHRILLS DOWN SPINES, DIED SUNDAY. WITH THIS 45 SECOND SCENE IN ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THRILLER, PSYCHO.....SHE SECURED A PLACE IN MOVIE HISTORY
THE ROLE EARNED HER A GOLDEN GLOBE...AN OSCAR NOMINATION...AND MADE ANYONE WHO SAW THE MOVIE THINK TWICE ABOUT TAKING A SHOWER.
Sot - Janet Leigh ( 1995) "Yeah, including me (laughs)"
THE 77 YEAR OLD MAY BE BEST REMEMBERED FOR HER TERRIFYING ENCOUNTERS AT THE BATES MOTEL, BUT SHE HAS 50 MOVIES TO HER CREDIT INCLUDING THE 1969 POLITICAL THRILLER "THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE." IN 1998 SHE APPEARED ALONGSIDE HER DAUGHTER, ACTRESS JAMIE LEE CURTIS, IN "HALLOWEEN H20."
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"Oh, Ms. Tate, I didn't mean to make you jump."
FOR THE PAST YEAR, LEIGH SUFFERED FROM AN INFLAMMATION OF THE BLOOD VESSELS KNOWN AS VASCULITIS. SHE PASSED AWAY AT HER BEVERLY HILLS HOME SURROUNDED BY HER TWO DAUGHTERS AND HUSBAND WHOM SHE MARRIED AFTER HER DIVORCE FROM ACTOR/ENTERTAINER TONY CURTIS.
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"I'd like introduce you to my very lovely wife, Janet."
KNOWN AS THE "IDEAL COUPLE," THE TWO SPLIT IN 1963.
IN HER LATER YEARS, LEIGH'S TALENTS CONTINUED TO DAZZLE...SHE AUTHORED TWO NOVELS, A MEMOIR, AND EVEN A BOOK ABOUT PSYCHO...ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S BIGGEST MONEY MAKER.
Sot - Janet Leigh "Sir Alfred you will never be forgotten."
ONCE ASKED IF THE SHOWER SCENE OVERSHADOWED THE REST OF HER CAREER, WOULD SHE WORRY, JANET LEIGH ANSWERED, "HOW COULD ANYONE NOT BE GRATEFUL FOR THAT KIND OF OPPORTUNITY?" JENNIFER DONELAN CBS NEWS NEW YORK))



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An offer for Stonewall Jackson hospital. The details are still ahead on Healthcheck.
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And taking a swing a breast cancer. One of this tournament's organizers is battling the disease for a third time.
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A fire in Pittsylvania County took the life of a six-year-old boy.
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Authorities say the fire started yesterday in the front of Katherine Barley's home on Rison Street.
Everyone inside got out safely, except for Barley's son, Daquan.
Officials say the fire did so much damage that they have been unable to find out how it started.
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In Healthcheck tonight --
The need to find a cure for breast cancer --- couldn't be more important for one Franklin County woman. She is

battling the disease for the third time.
But doing so has motivated her even more to continue her annual golf tournament as part of the Susan G. Komen Rally for a Cure.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more
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Shannon, Susie Parrish has been holding her golf tournament at Smith Mountain Lake for the past 9 years.
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While the event does raise money -- Parrish says it's more about the message than anything.
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What started as 30 women golfers has now grown to a tournament with more than 2-hundred men and women. A dream come true for organizer Susie Parrish --who says this all about breast cancer awareness.
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((I'M IN THE MIDDLE OF MY THIRD FIGHT WITH BREAST CANCER THIS IS A LITTLE BIT MORE SERIOUS. IT METASTASIZED INTO MY BONES. BUT THE GOOD NEWS IS IT WAS A LONG TIME BEFORE THE RELAPSE)) [RUNS15]
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Parrish says almost every golfer here has been touched in some way by breast cancer. A memory tree bears the names of those women who lost their fight-- all are friends or relatives of golfers in this Smith Mountain Lake Community.
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((IT'S ALL ABOUT THE PINK RIBBON. YOU JUST HAVE KEEP THE DIALOGUE GOING SO THE MONEY FLOWS SO WE CAN GET A CURE FOR THIS HORRIBLE DISEASE. TOO MANY PEOPLE ARE GETTING IT )) [RUNS09]
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There more than 3-thousand golf tournaments every year around the country like this one.
But the way Parrish has garnered support in her community --has gotten the attention of national organizers.
And this golf tournament will continue to be a yearly event --if Parrish has anything to do with it.
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((THANKS TO PLACES LIKE THE KOMEN FOUNDATION I HAVE NEW DRUGS TO TAKE NEW TREATMENTS TO TAKE THAT HAVE BEEN VERY SUCCESSFUL. SO THEY'RE REAL POSITIVE WITH MY PROGNOSIS THAT MAKES ME FEEL GOOD AND 12 IT ONLY REITERATES THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RALLY FOR A CURE )) [RUNS15]
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Parrish will be featured next October in Southern Living magazine. Last year she also became the first person to receive the L-P-G-A Komen Award for her efforts.
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Stonewall Jackson Hospital is considering an offer to become part of of the Carilion health system.
But at this point, the Stonewall Jackson's Board of Directors intends to solicit interest from other health systems as well before making a final decision.
Carilion has provide interim management to the hospital since July and it will continue to offer interim management through the end of the year.

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There's frost in the forecast. Still ahead, Robin tells us when and where.
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And how to win 10 million dollars. It's a new chapter in space exploration.
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Talk about frequent flier miles... A rocket known as Spaceship One this morning took the ten million dollar prize for flying more than 60-miles above the earth for teh second time in a week. Brian Andrews has more from California.
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(((NATZ SPRAYING CHAMPAGNE)
THE CHAMPAGNE WAS FLOWING IN THE MOHAVE DESERT THIS MORNING.

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THE CELEBRATION MADE POSSIBLE BY THIS SNUB-NOSED ROCKET KNOWN AS SPACESHIP ONE.
THE 3 PERSON SPACECRAFT FLEW HIGHER THAN 62 MILES FOR THE SECOND TIME IN A WEEK AND CAPTURED THE X-PRIZE...A TEN MILLION DOLLAR AWARD OFFERED TO PROMOTE PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT OF SPACE SHIPS.

SOT: PETER DIAMANDIS/X PRIZE FOUNDER

"IT'S A SPACESHIP THAT COULD BE IN YOUR GARAGE AND YOU COULD FLY IT ALMOST EVERY DAY."
X-PRIZE OFFICIALS ARE CALLING THIS THE BIRTH OF THE SPACE FLIGHT REVOLUTION. A REVOLUTION EMBRACED AND PROMOTED WITH BURT RUTAN'S TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND PAUL ALLEN'S FINANCIAL BACKING.

SOT: PAUL ALLEN/MICROSOFT CO-FOUNDER

"IN JUST A FEW YEARS HOPEFULLY WE WILL HAVE PRIVATE SPACE TOURISM."

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WITH THE HELP OF A CARRIER PLANE AT TAKEOFF...IT WAS PILOT BRIAN BINNIE'S TURN TO GUIDE SPACE SHIP ONE INTO THE HEAVEN'S TODAY. BINNIE HAD A SMOOTH FLIGHT AND WAS NOT TROUBLED WITH THE SAME VERTICAL ROLLS THAT CAUSED CONCERN LAST WEEK.

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"TODAY IS THE CULMINATION OF A LOT OF HARD WORK."
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A big week for the ACC, and honors for a Hokie. Mike Stevens is just ahead with our two-minute ticker.
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And later, who let the dogs out? It took a camera to learn one kenneled canine led the nightly escapes.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker. It's an historic week for both the ACC and Virginia Tech. For the league, this marks the first time ever that three teams from the ACC have been ranked in the top 10 of the Associated Press Top 25 poll at the same time. Miami is fourth, Florida State 8th and Virginia 10th.
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As for Tech, the Hokies picked up their first ACC player of the week award since joining the conference. Vincent Fuller, the senior free safety who intercepted a pass, forced a fumble, had five tackles and returned this blocked punt for Tech's only TD against West Virginia is the ACC's defensive back of the week.
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[go to pinnacle 12001] And you can catch Fuller and the rest of the Hokies in action this Saturday right here on WDBJ-7 as they take on they take Wake Forest in their first ever road game in the conference.
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The 10th ranked Virginia Cavaliers battle Clemson Thursday night on national television. The Tigers lead the series 35-7 and 1. And while UVa has had the edge over the last few years, Steve Mason says the bite the Tigers took out of the Wahoos last year has left scars.
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Coming up at the top of the hour, we'll check in today's Region Three golf tournament at Blue Hills. Take care folks. Shannon will be right back. [GO TO BREAK]


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The Supreme Court has turned away a challenge to the federal do-not-call telephone registry. The action effectively ends efforts by telemarketers to halt the popular ban on unwanted phone solicitations. Telemarketers say the ban violates their right to free-speech.
The registry has been in effect for just over one year.

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Finally, it took surveillance cameras to figure out how the dog did it .. routinely escaping from his cage in an animal shelter, then releasing his canine friends to raid the kitchen.
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So let's go to the video tape, and watch "Red", as he's called, release himself .. then go down the line, freeing many other dogs to head for some late night snacks. Mystified staffers at the Battersea Dogs' Home in London had wondered how the dogs got out each night, until they installed cameras to see how it was done. The kennel has now been made more secure to prevent similar breakouts in the future.
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Last week's flood made a mess of Victory Stadium.
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But would a flood wall have prevented the damage?
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[Closing Animation] The story at Eleven.