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On news 7 at 5, federal prosecutors decide if they will seek a third trial for the former director of the National D-Day Memorial.
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Also an accident involving a tanker truck blocks traffic on Interstate 81.
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Another cool night ahead with patchy fog likely. Forecast details coming up.

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Just when will Roanoke's Victory Stadium be cleaned up? We'll have the latest in a live report.
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In Iraq, security is stepped up after two Baghdad hotels are hit by rocket fire.
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Plus Steve Mason and Travis Wells will check in live from Charlottesville. News 7 at 5 is next.
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An accident on Interstate 81 has motorists crying over spilled milk.
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One lane of Interstate 81 near Radford is still blocked this evening.
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Police say a Riner man was talking on his cell phone when he lost control of his tractor trailer and flipped over a guardrail. 37 year old Brian Linn Underwood was trapped in the cab for more than three hours with broken legs.
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Underwood was taken to New River Valley Medical Center and is listed in fair condition. Police say charges are pending. The big rig was carrying milk, which had to be carefully clean up because it's considered hazardous. Milk can create bacteria which is harmful to plants and animals. Crews are hoping to have both lanes of 81 back open with in the next hour.
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And we've recently received word another accident is tying up southbound Interstate 81 in Wytheville near milemarker 72. State Police say if you're headed south on 81 tonight it could be slow going for a while.

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Richard Burrow will not be tried again.
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One day after a federal jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict, the government today announced it will not try the former director of the D-Day Memorial a third time. Yesterday a jury in Charlottesville declared it was hopelessly deadlocked, just as a similar panel in Lynchburg was last year. The U-S Attorney says, "it is clear that opinions as to Mr. Burrow's guilt are divided." The eight fraud counts will be dismissed. Two additional perjury charges that grew out of the first trial will also be dropped.
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There's a bigger U-S Army presence inside a Baghdad hotel compound, after a flurry of explosions and gunfire.
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Two rockets fired from the back of a pickup truck hit the Sheraton Hotel in central Baghdad -- a hotel that houses many foreigners and journalists. The blasts sent smoke and debris into the lobby. Afterwards, automatic gunfire rang in the street between the Sheraton and Palestine Hotel and tracer fire streaked across the sky. Both hotels have been targets in the past. There are no immediate reports of any casualties.
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The fight over the invasion of Iraq is reaching new peaks. President Bush admits there were no stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction but says the war was justified. John Kerry accuses the President of being in "full spin mode" on the day before their second debate. Manuel Gallegus reports.
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SETTING THE STAGE FOR THE NEXT SHOWDOWN BETWEEN PRESIDENT BUSH AND SENATOR KERRY.
AND IT LOOKS LIKE IRAQ MAY AGAIN DOMINATE THE DEBATE GIVEN THE LATEST FINDINGS BY THE U.SS CHIEF WEAPONS INSPECTOR.
ACCORDING TO A NEW REPORT, IRAQ HAD NO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION WHEN THE US. INVADED.
DESPITE THIS, PRESIDENT BUSH SAID THE INVASION WAS STILL NECESSARYBECAUSE SADDAM HUSSEIN HAD KNOWLEGE THAT COULD BE PASSED ON TO TERRORISTS.

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...and America is safer today with SAddam in prison.
HITTING BACK - HARD...SENATOR KERRY SAYS ONCE AGAIN THE FINDINGS UNDERSCORE THE IMCOMPETENCE OF BUSHS IRAQ POLICY.

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-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, ST LOUIS WHEN THE TWO CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF HERE FRIDAY NIGHT IT WILL BE BEFORE AN AUDIENCE OF UNDECIDED VOTERS. THEY VOTERS WILL ASK THE QUESTIONS THEIR WAYON IRAQ AND ON DOMESTIC ISSUES.

HERE IN MISSOURI, WTIH 11 ELECTORAL VOTES, WHATS ON VOTERS MINDS IS TYPICAL OF THE PROBLEMS FACING THE MIDWEST.

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BUT WHETHER THOSE TOPICS....OR THE WAR ON TERROR - TAKE CENTER STAGE... - IS THE BIG QUESTION.
THIS SECOND DEBATE WILL AGAIN LAST NINETY MINUTES.AND WITH THE RACE SO TIGHTITS A CONFRONTATION IN WHICH NEITHER SIDE CAN AFFORD TO MAKE A MISTAKE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS ST LOUIS.))


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The condition of victory stadium was a hot topic at today's Roanoke City Council meeting. Some citizens and council members want to know what's taking so long to clean it up after last week's flooding.
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Justin McLeod is live at City Hall with more on the debate.
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Coming up after a short break, a legal battle in Florida makes more Americans think about living wills.
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Plus we'll tell you about lifestyle changes that can help women reduce the risk of breast cancer.
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In health check tonight--
A woman's risk of breast cancer -- may be affected by her lifestyle.
That's the result of several studies --and one of the topics at Carilion Women's Health University.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton was there --and joins us with details
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Shannon,
One of things I was surprised to learn was that alcohol consumption can make a difference.
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In fact, one doctor says it can increase your risk for breast cancer just as much as hormone replacement therapy.
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Diet as whole can make a difference -- particularly when it comes to eating fruits and vegetables.
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Doctors know extra weight can increase your risk for breast cancer, but exercising can reduce it.
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Dr. Atkinson points out reducing your risk doesn't mean you won't get breast cancer.
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There are other risk factors for breast cancer such as family history, and age that women can't do anything about.
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More than 400- thousand Schedule II drugs, like oxycontin, were prescribed in Central and Southwest Virginia last year.
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That number is from the Prescription Monitoring Program implemented last year in response to an explosion of oxycontin abuse in far Southwest Virginia. Now, doctors and pharmacists from Appomattox to Lee Counties are required to report each time they prescribe or dispense Schedule II drugs. Health professionals met in Richmond today to discuss the program. They say the database is helping to prevent abuse.
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((ROBERT NEBIKER/DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS DIRECTOR: I THINK THE INTENT OF THIS PROGRAM THAT MOST OF THE INFORMATION BE PROVIDED TO PRESCRIBERS SO THEY UNDERSTAND AND THEY CAN HAVE A HISTORY OF PATIENTS THAT ARE SEEING THEM. HOPEFULLY THAT WILL AVOID PRESCRIBING DRUGS THAT WILL BE ABUSED RATHER THAN GOING AFTER SOMEONE CRIMINALLY.))
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The program expires next year, but health professionals say they'll ask the General Assembly to make it permanent.
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It's not something many people think about- especially when they're young- but a living will is something many doctors suggest for anyone college age or older.
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Jean Jadhon joins us now to tell us more... Why would someone who's just 18 even worry about this?
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The answer is simple really. A bad accident.. can happen to anyone.. no matter what their age.
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No one expects it, but doctors who see these types of cases are the ones who really push for living wills for everyone over 18.
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Think of the case of Terry Schiavo.. the Florida woman who's been in a vegetative state for 14 years.
Her husband and parents have been in a legal battle over whether to remove her feeding tube for years.
Doctor Sydney Vail who heads up the Carilion Trauma Center says it really doesn't matter what the family wants.. but what the PATIENT wants. He says without anything in writing, no one knows what that person wants.
And Vail says it's also crucial to talk to you family about it.
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((DR. SYDNEY VAIL; WHY TALK ABOUT GEE DAD IF I BECOME VEGETATIVE, IF I BECOME COMATOSE HERE'S WHAT I WOULD WANT YOU TO DO OR NOT DO. WHAT 20 YEAR OLD EVERY SAYS THAT. NO ONE.))
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But Dr. Vail hopes that changes.
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We'll tell you why a living will may also help your family on News 7 at Six.
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Living wills are actually easy to get.. you don't need an attorney, but there are choices. We'll tell you where you can get a living will form and what choices you have tomorrow at five-

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Robin Reed is up next with our weekend forecast.
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[VO] Then a little later in Sports, Steve Mason and Travis Wells will join us live from Charlottesville. They'll tell us if the Clemson Tigers are as harmless as they appear.
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Still to come on today's newscast,
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we'll look at what domestic diva Martha Stewart can expect when she enters a federal prison in West Virginia.
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It's now time for our Thursday ticker and tonight were on the road in Charlottesville where the ninth ranked Virginia football team will try to preserve its unbeaten record against a struggling, yet dangerous Clemson team
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Steve Mason and Travis Wells are just outside of Scott Stadium with the first of our pregame reports. Steve, let's start with you. [LIVE STEVE FULL]
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Rising oil prices and disappointing sales numbers concerned investors today.
Marcella Palmer has more on the day on Wall Street in our Marketwatch report.
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STOCKS CLOSE DEEP IN NEGATIVE TERRITORY AS THE MARKET KEEPS A NERVOUS EYE ON FRIDAY'S JOB DATA. ON TOP OF THAT, CRUDE OIL CLOSES AT ANOTHER RECORD HIGH... UP 65 CENTS TO CLOSE AT $52.67 A BARREL. PUSHING THE PRICE EVER HIGHER, CONCERN OVER A POTENTIAL SUPPLY DISRUPTION IN NIGERIA. THE DOW CLOSED THE DAY DOWN...114 THE NASDAQ DOWN AS WELL 22. ALSO EFFECTING TRADING... SLUGGISH RETAIL SALES AND SOME STRUGGLING IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR. STEEP DECLINES FOR PFIZER AND MERCK. MERCK SHARES DROPPED ON FEARS THE MAKER OF, NOW WITHDRAWN VIOXX, COULD FACE POTENTIAL LAW SUITS AFTER USERS OF THE ARTHRITIS DRUG EXPERIENCED HEART PROBLEMS.. RIVAL ARTHRITIS DRUG MAKER PFIZER WAS DOWN AFTER TWO REPORTS SUGGESTING CELEBREX COULD ALSO CAUSE HEART PROBLEMS. AT & T CONFIRMS PLANS TO CUT MORE THAN 20-PERCENT OF ITS STAFF AND TAKE 12.5 BILLION DOLLARS IN SEVERENCE CHARGES THIS YEAR... THE COMPANY WILL END 2004 LESS THAN 7-BILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT. FOR MORE ON THE MARKET LOG ON TO OUR SITE AT, CBS DOT MARKETWATCH DOT COM IN NEW YORK I'M MARCELLA PALMER.

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Martha Stewart has less than 24 hours to report to a federal prison camp in Alderson, West Virginia.
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Stewart will join nearly one thousand inmates at America's oldest facility for women. Most of the prisoners are serving time for drug offenses or white collar crimes. Outsiders call it Camp Cupcake, but opinion in Alderson is mixed as to whether Stewart deserves a picnic.
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Stewart, who was convicted of lying to federal investigators about a stock sale will spend the next five months in Alderson, perhaps working in food services or grounds keeping. She'll early between 12 and 40-cents and hour. Guards say they'll treat her like any other inmate.
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