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The jury could begin deliberating today in the fraud trial for former D-Day Memorial President Richard Burrow.
Steve Smallshaw will have a live report, coming up.
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And, Lynchburg authorities have charged a woman with a fatal stabbing.

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A federal jury could begin deliberating the fate of Richard Burrow as early as this afternoon.
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The former D-Day president is charged with defrauding banks, donors and the state as he raised money to build the Memorial in Bedford.
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Burrow's first trial ended in a hung jury two years ago ... Steve Smallshaw joins us from Charlottesville to explain what's different about this case.
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Kimberly ... they moved this trial to Charlottesville in hopes of getting a more impartial jury.
We should know within the next day or so whether it pays off for either side.
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Police in Lynchburg have charged a woman with murder.
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Forty-two year old Linda Bailey Buffaloe is accused of fatally stabbing a man last night. Officers originally responded to 613 Wilton Avenue on reports of a malicious wounding.
When they arrived, [TAKE APRISA of Gregory Lee Campbell] they found 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.
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Buffaloe is being held without bond at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail Authority.

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More bloodshed in Iraq--
A pair of car bombings in Baghdad have killed at least 21 people.
Meanwhile, U-S warplanes have been on the attack in Fallujah.
Doctors say 11 people are dead there, including women and children.
Allen Pizzey reports.
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A Singapore Airlines passenger jet flying between New York and Frankfurt has landed in England after a bomb threat.
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But police believe the threat was actually a hoax.
More than 300 people were on board.
The flight had a military escort, as it was diverted to northern England.
An airline spokeswoman says indications are that the threat was a hoax, but investigators are still checking it out.
This is the fourth commercial flight diverted in Europe over the past eight days.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see if the pilots of Spaceship One have been able to claim a ten million dollar prize.
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Plus she was best known for making people afraid to take a shower. Actress Janet Leigh has died at the age of 77.
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It looks like mission accomplished for Space Ship One--
The private space plane has achieved its goal, reaching space for the second time to qualify for the X- prize of 10- million dollars.
Brian Andrews has more from the Mojave desert in California.
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SPACE SHIP ONE IS AIMING HIGH AGAIN.......

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FOR THE SECOND TIME IN LESS THAN A WEEK...THIS SNUB-NOSED ROCKET SHIP...WAS LIFTED OFF THE GROUND BY A CARRIER PLANE. IT'S DESTINATION....OUTER SPACE....62 MILES OR MORE - ABOVE THE MOHAVE DESERT.

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"What we are trying to do is change the way everybody thinks about space flight."
AS IT ZOOMS TOWARD THE HEAVENS....SPACE SHIP ONE IS CHASING (alt: was chasing ) THE X-PRIZE...A TEN MILLION DOLLAR AWARD .... FOR THE FIRST 3 PERSON SPACECRAFT THAT CAN REACH OUTER SPACE TWICE ......IN A 2 WEEK SPAN.
THE TEAM LED BY ENTREPRENEURS PAUL ALLEN AND BURT RUTAN HAS SPENT MUCH MORE THAN TEN MILLION ..BUT ITS MONEY THAT COULD EVENTUALLY BE RECOUPED.

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"The real prize is being first... and eventually being first to market with a ship that can capture a business that looks to be a multi-billion dollar per year business from the get-go."

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TRACK: JUST LIKE LAST WEEK, CROWDS CAMPED ALL NIGHT FOR A CHANCE TO SEE SPACE SHIP ONE TAKE-OFF...THIS TIME WITH A NEW PILOT...BRIAN BINNIE.

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"this is great"

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OR: WILD LINE; BUT IT WAS SMOOTH SAILING TODAY...

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ON CAMERA CLOSE (to come) DID IT MAKE IT - OFFICIALLY - ? ETC. - HISTORIC FLIGHT. ... COULD PAVE THE WAY...FOR MANY MORE...AND EVENTUALLY INTRODUCE SPACE TOURISM TOTHE WORLD. BRIAN ANDREWS/CBS NEWS, MOJAVE DESERT. ))

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She was the woman who made America think twice before taking a shower--
Actress Janet Leigh has died.
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Leigh had six decades of movie credits to her name, but was best known for starring in the Alfred Hitchcock film, "Psycho."
The role earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
A spokeswoman for her daughter, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, says Leigh died peacefully yesterday at her Beverly Hills home.
She'd suffered from an inflammation of the blood vessels for the past year.
Janet Leigh was 77.
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The President of Center in the Square is hospitalized.
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Jim Sears suffered a slight stroke Saturday and is at Lewis Gale Hospital recovering.
According to Center in the Square officials, Sears suffered what is called a mini stroke. He is starting physical therapy today.
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Sears is in good condition and is said to be in good spirits.

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Bike riders were doing their part over the weekend to make sure patients waiting for organ transplants don't run out of time.
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Yesterday, LifeNet sponsored a bike event to raise awareness and help prevent this from happening. About 50-cyclists donned their helmets to take part in the first annual *Tour de Transplant.*
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((CLAIRE ENGLISH, LIFENET: THE PURPOSE FOR THIS IS TO GET MORE INFORMATION OUT ABOUT TRANSPLANTATION AND ORGAN DONATION. THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT COMMUNITY PROJECT, ALSO WE'RE CONCERNED ABOUT OBESITY IN CHILDREN AND WE THINK THERE CAN'T BE ENOUGH THINGS FOR KIDS TO DO.))
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Riders could choose from a 10, 30, 70 or 100 mile course. It's estimated more than two-thousand Virginians are currently waiting for an organ. If you're interested in becoming an organ donor you can log onto *SAVE7LIVES DOT ORG.*
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Another animal at the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk has drowned. It's the second death in as many months. Zoo officials say Jesse, a 32-year-old female white rhinoceros died yesterday in a moat designed to keep animals in their exhibit area. Exactly what happened to the rhino is unclear.
The zoo was open at the time, but a zoo official says Jesse most likely drowned. A gazelle was found dead in the moat in August.
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Today is the last day to register to vote. Coming up after the break we'll find out about record numbers trying to register.
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Plus scientists say the show Mount Saint Helens put on last week was just the opening act to a much bigger performance.
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Time is running out for those who want to register to vote in this year's presidential election.
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The deadline for registering for the November second election is today at 5 p-m. State and local election officials say they expect Virginians to turn out in large numbers this year, especially in Northern Virginia. Final statewide registration figures will be available sometime next week.
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Two American researchers have won the Nobel Prize by a NOSE--
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Richard Axel and Linda Buck are sharing this year's Nobel Prize for medicine for their work in studying the sense of smell.
The announcement came this morning in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Nobel committee says it's honoring the two for their exploration of one of our most profound senses.
Axel and Buck will also share the prize's one-point-three- million dollar award.
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Scientists in Washington State are watching and waiting for Mount Saint Helens to blow.
But WHEN that will happen is anyone's guess.
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They estimate there's a 70- percent chance the volcano will erupt soon.
Hundreds of hopeful volcano watchers are gathered about seven miles away from the crater-- what scientists call a safe distance.
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Meanwhile, air traffic is now prohibited within a five- mile radius of the volcano and the U-S Geological Survey has posted an alert warning for an eruption.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the Dow was UP 46 points. The NASDAQ has gained 15.

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Coming up in sports, the Wahoos continue their march up in the college football rankings.
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Plus, Coach Joe Gibbs is still wondering when the Redskins will become a winning team again.
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Dale Earnhardt, Jr. added another chapter to his superspeedway mastery this weekend -- winning for the fifth time at Talladega Superspeedway in the EA Sports 500.
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Others weren't so lucky.
Jeremy Mayfield's title hopes took another huge hit, when Hermie Sadler triggered this crash that took out both Mayfield and the 43 car of Jeff Green.
Then late in the race, as the leaders pitted, Bobby Labonte and Sterling Marlin got squeezed up against the wall to bring out another of 5 caution flags.
Junior came out of the pits 10th, but rallied to first in the final four laps.
While he was putting the finishing touches on the win and taking the points lead, Elliott Sadler went airborne for the second straight year at Talladega, but emerged okay.
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The Redskins lost their 3rd straight game yesterday.
And Lee Suggs made a difference in his first start of the season for the Cleveland Browns.
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The Redskins coughed up the pigskin on the very first play of the second half.
Clinton Portis was the guilty party, and the miscue led to a Browns' touchdown to make it 10- all.
Suggs showed no signs of the neck stinger that sidelined him for three weeks.
The former Hokie and William Fleming Colonel picked up 82 yards on the ground, and this go ahead score, midway thru the fourth quarter.
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The Skins had one last shot, but Lavaerneus Coles fumbled to end the threat.
Cleveland won it 17 to 13.
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The Virginia Cavaliers moved up two spots in the new AP college football poll to number ten this week, and are 9th in the coaches poll with a national television contest against Clemson set for Thursday.
Al Groh and the Hoos held a rare Sunday media day this weekend.
Steve Mason has more from Charlottesville.
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