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It'll take a while to clean up THIS spilled milk--
A truck carrying thousands of gallons of milk overturned on I- 81 this morning, and it's still causing delays.
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And, a man is arrested for allegedly painting anti- President Bush slogans around Blacksburg. [WX-Head]
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After a foggy and cool start to the day, we'll get temperatures back into the 70's this afternoon. But, will the fair weather stick around through the weekend? The full forecast coming up.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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Expect major delays on southbound Interstate 81 for most of the day between Radford and Montgomery County.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.[Milk-Ax]


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Interstate 81 is down to one lane, southbound near milemarker 109, and police don't expect the lane to re-open until around 5:00 this afternoon.
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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 his cab with broken legs for three hours. Underwood was carrying about 4-thousand gallons of Valley Rich milk. The milk is part of the reason it will take so long to clean up the accident.
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The milk can grow bacteria and kill animals if left on the ground. Police say charges are pending against Underwood. In the meantime, you are being asked to avoid southbound interstate 81 between Christiansburg and Radford until late this afternoon. Traffic is backed up for at least four miles.
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Roanoke police have charged a teenager with stabbing her pregnant sister.
Police say the 16-year-old girl had an argument yesterday with her older sister, 21-year-old Nicole Brown.
Police say the younger girl took a kitchen knife and stabbed Brown in the abdomen.
Brown is in stable condition at a hospital. She is carrying twins and police say they were NOT hurt.
The teenager has been charged with malicious wounding.

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At least 40 people are dead in Pakistan after a car bomb exploded today during a religious rally.
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The victims were attending a rally to honor an assasinated militant Sunni Muslim leader.
100 were injured.
A car bomb exploded just as the crowd started leaving the gathering.
Two minutes later, a second bomb attached to a motorcycle went off.
The attack comes just days after a suicide bombing killed 30 people at a mosque.
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It's full steam ahead on the campaign trail, just before tomorrow's Presidential debate in Saint Louis.
This, as the Bush administration battles a new hurdle--
Its chief arms inspector issued a report undercutting the President's main reason for going to war with Iraq.
Stacy Case brings us up to date from Washington.
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(( PKG: LOCATOR: MIAMI, FL NAT: cheney.. quick nat for opener TRACK: IN MIAMI FLORIDA THURSDAY, VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY STOOD FAST
ON THE ADMINISTRATION'S DECISION TO INVADE IRAQ---- WHILE PORTRAYING

DEMOCRAT JOHN KERRY AS SOFT ON DEFENSE.

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90 minutes of tough talk in a debate can't obscure a record that goes back in kerry's case 30 years
TRACK: THIS COMES ONE DAY AFTER AN ARMS INSPECTOR, APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT BUSH, DECLARED SADDAM HUSSEIN HAD NO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND NO ABILITY TO MAKE THEM PRIOR TO WAR. THE REPORT UNDERCUTS THE ADMINISTRATION'S JUSTIFICATION FOR WAR.
SUPER: CHARLES DUELFER/CHIEF ARMS INSPECTOR it is clear that saddam chose not to have weapons at the point in time before the war.
TRACK: BUT THE REPORT DID FIND SADDAM REPORTEDLY TRIED TO BUY OFF COUNTRIES LIKE FRANCE AND JORDAN AND SEVERAL AMERICAN COMPANIES TO GET U-N SANCTIONS LIFTED.
HOW THIS REPORT WILL IMPACT VOTERS...ESPECIALLY THE UNDECIDED - IS A KEY CONCERN TO BOTH PRESIDENTIAL TEAMS.
WHILE KERRY STAYED OUT OF SIGHT IN COLORADO PREPARING FOR TOMORROW'S 2ND
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LOCATOR; GREENSBORO, NC/LAST NIGHT NAT: edwards last night
----- HIS NUMBER TWO STAYED BUSY, CRITICIZING PRESIDENT BUSH FOR RUSHING

TO WAR.
SUPER: SEN JOHN EDWARDS/DEMOCRATIC VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DO WE WANT A PRESIDENT WHO BELIEVES THE WAY TO LEAD IN THE WORLD IS TO GO IT ALONE.
STAND UP CLOSE: STACY CASE/REPORTING THE PRESIDENT PLANS ONE CAMPAIGN STOP IN WISCONSIN WHERE HE'LL CONTINUE PAINTING KERRY AS AN UNSAFE CHOICE. KERRY AND MR BUSH BOTH TOUCH DOWN IN ST LOUIS TONIGHT PREPARED TO SQUARE OFF IN THE TOWN HALL STYLE DEBATE FRIDAY. STACY CASE CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.
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Blacksburg Police arrested a man this morning for some political vandalism.
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Police say 48 year old Joseph Patrick McTaggart from Garner, North Carolina painted slogans critical of President Bush on dumpsters and utility boxes.
Eleven different locations were vandalized.
McTaggart was charged with destruction of property, and is jailed on 25-hundred dollars bond.
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The people of Craig County and the school system are one step closer to ironing out their differences. More than 125-residents are suing the schools to have an audit performed. Monday, representatives from the school board and county met with Judge Bo Trumbo to discuss their options. According to a court official -the group decided to try mediation. An unbiased third- party will come in and look over the financial records, and try to help the groups meet a compromise. If that doesn't work- the issue would head back to the judge for him to decide.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see what Martha Stewart can expect when she checks into the West Virginia prison she'll be calling home for the next few months.
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Also we'll tell you where Homecoming for Patrick Henry High School will end up now that its home has been flooded out.
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Homecoming for Patrick Henry High School will be missing a key part... the Home.
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Last week's flooding has washed out another game at Victory Stadium, so Patrick Henry will have to travel to Lynchburg's City Stadium to play Heritage.
That's the third game that has been moved out of the city because of flooding this year. Now, the inconvenience and costs of cleanup have raised questions about the long term future of the stadium.
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((SHERMAN LEA/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL; THAT QUESTION IS GOING TO BE RESOLVED, AND I THINK THERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT HAVE COME ABOUT BECAUSE OF THE FLOOD THAT WE REALLY NEED TO LOOK AT, AND I THINK THAT'S BEING DONE BY THE COMMITTEE. HOWEVER, IT'S INCUMBANT ON THE CITY TO DO WHAT IT CAN TO GET THIS FIELD READY TO FINISH OUT THIS FOOTBALL SEASON.))
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Lea says he is disappointed because he has not seen any crews working to clean up the stadium. Civic Center officials say they need to let the field dry out first and then it will be cleaned up. They hope to have the stadium ready for play next week.
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It's too early to tell how last week's flooding will affect the future of Victory Stadium, but it has generated another question--
How much does it cost to clean up after a major flood?
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We contacted the city of Roanoke and got numbers from the last five years and the flood of 1985.
We were told the city only tracks expenditures for major disasters that require state or federal funds.
The flood in February 2003 cost 276-thousand dollars for clean up and damage to equipment at Victory Stadium.
The flood in 1985 added up to more than 155-thousand dollars.
Damage estimates for last week's flood already top 100-thousand dollars.
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Martha Stewart is enjoying her last day of freedom for a while.
The domestic diva is due to report to prison in West Virginia by tomorrow, and many are curious about what awaits her behind bars.
Joie Chen reports.
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BUT IF PRISON OFFICIALS THOUGHT THEY COULD AVOID THE ATTENTION BY SENDING STEWART TO THIS REMOTE CORNER IN THE MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHEASTERN WEST VIRGINIA... THEY WERE CLEARLY WRONG THE PRISON BUILDINGS ARE A SAFE DISTANCE-- AS LEAST A QUARTER MILE-- AWAY FROM THE PRYING CAMERAS... IT'S UNLIKELY REPORTERS WILL CATCH MORE THAN A GLIMPSE OF MARTHA STEWART AS SHE ENTERS THE "CAMP." BUT OTHER WOMEN WHO HAVE SERVED TIME HERE SAY THE NEW INMATE WILL SEE HER RIGHTS STRIPPED AWAY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY. (JUDITH KELLY/FORMER PRISONER) you know the procedure is very tough. you are going to get your first strip search just as soon as you get in. JUDITH KELLY SPENT THREE MONTHS AT ALDERSON LAST YEAR... (FONT "AMATEUR VIDEO') CONVICTED OF TRESPASSING DURING A POLITICAL PROTEST. OVER TIME... SHE JOINED THE PRISON'S LANDSCAPING CREW... (MUST WUZ FACES DURING THIS STILL PHOTO--SEE GRAPHICS NOTE)MADE FRIENDS WITH OTHER INMATES... AND LEARNED TO LIVE IN A FACILITY THAT HOUSES NEARLY ONE-THOUSAND WOMEN. (JUDITH KELLY/FORMER PRISONER) they were 125 of us in one section in little spaces with low walls and bunk beds and a little built in desk and two lockers and no doors.// just open space so you could hear everybody and there was a lot of noise. if you were on the upper bunk you could see everybody in the upper bunk in the whole room. so no privacy to speak of. FOR SOMEONE LIKE MARTHA STEWART-- ACCUSTOMED TO THE HIGH LIFE-- THE LOSS OF INDIVIDUALITY MIGHT BE DEVASTATING... BUT GUARDS SAY THEY TRY TO SHOW PRISONERS RESPECT-- SHE'LL BE CALLED "MISS STEWART" AT ALDERSON. FORMER INMATE KELLY SAYS THAT THE WOMEN HERE ARE EAGER TO SEE HER JOIN THEM. (JUDITH KELLY/FORMER PRISONER) they were all abuzz when she was being prosecuted saying, 'wouldn't it be great if she comes here.....not that she should go to prison...but wouldn't it be great if she could shine a light on the condition here, with her clout...her fame.." ))
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That was Joie Chen reporting from Alderson, West Virginia.
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Today is National Depression Awareness Day. Coming up after the break we'll find out how you can get a free screening.
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Plus, this canine gets the ultimate treat after saving his owners' from a house fire -- a year's worth of free food and a trophy.
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Today is National Depression Awareness Day -- and doctors say it can be treated as long as it's diagnosed. Doctor Mallika Marhsall has more on how people who feel they may have depression can get some free advice today.

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((KEN HEIDEMAN STARTED SUFFERING FROM SEVERE DEPRESSION AROUND 25 YEARS.

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"I just felt that there was no hope, no reason to go on."
ONCE DOCTORS DIAGNOSED THE PROBLEM HE WAS ABLE TO RECEIVE MEDICATION AND THERAPY. TODAY HE'S LEARNED TO DEAL WITH HIS DEPRESSION BUT KEN WORRIES MANY OTHERS ARE NOT GETTING THE HELP THEY NEED.

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"I think a lot of people who have depression don't know that they do because depression masks itself as a lot of things."
KNOWING THIS TO BE TRUE DOCTOR DOUGLAS JACOBS TRIED TO FIND A WAY TO REACH THESE PEOPLE... SO 13 YEARS AGO HE HELPED CREATE NATIONAL DEPRESSION SCREENING DAY.

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"depression is an illness like any other illness that has specific signs and symptoms."

(STANDUP: Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS NEWS)

AND LIKE ANY ILLNESS THE KEY TO SUCCESS IS DIAGNOSING THE PROBLEM. SO TODAY ANYONE WHO BELIEVES THEY MAY BE SUFFERING FROM DEPRESSION CAN TALK TO A MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL FOR FREE AT MORE THAN SIX THOUSAND SITES ACROSS THE NATION.

(SOT-DR. DOUGLAS JACOBS/PROGRAM FOUNDER)

"to make people aware of what the signs and symptoms are... such as decreased energy mood change in sleep and appetite."
TO FIND A FREE SCREENING LOCATION NEAR YOU JUST GO TO THIS WEBSITE - W-W-W DOT MENTAL HEALTH SCREENING DOT ORG. www.mentalhealthscreening.org DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))


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You can find a link to the mental health screening website on our website at WDBJ7-dot-com.

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An Austrian novelist known for revealing the "absurdity" of society has become the ninth woman ever to win the Nobel Prize for literature.
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The Nobel committee says the works of Elfriede (ehl-FREE-duh) Jelinek (YEHL-ih-nehk) have a MUSICAL flow.
57- year- old Jelinek is the first woman to win the literature prize since 19-96.
In addition to the honor, she wins one-point-three- million dollars in prize money.
The award also makes her work available in new markets.
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An Alabama family can thank their dog for saving their lives over the weekend.
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The dog-- named Angel-- began barking when smoke starting filling the home of Kara and Larry Frank.
That woke the couple, and they were able to get to safety.
The blaze destroyed their home, along with all their possessions.
However, the community is offering help, and an animal welfare group will present Angel a special trophy.
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((JOHNNYE CROWELL/ANIMAL RESCUER: IT WAS JUST REALLY HARD. AND I JUST HAD TO REACH OUT TO EM. AND ESPECIALLY 'CAUSE OF THE DOG. THE DOG TOUCHED MY HEART." ))
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The canine hero will also get a year's worth of free dog food and free vets visits, all donated by Birmingham area businesses.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 67 points. The NASDAQ has dropped 15.

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Up next, one of NASCAR's post race menaces takes his stance on Dale Jr losing the points lead for cussing in an interview.
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Plus, the American League playoffs are taking shape. After the break, we'll see how close Boston and New York are to a re-match.
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We should know tonight if UVa was able to survive and subdue a desperate Clemson Tiger football team, which by the way is a 16 and a half point underdog. But for now, Steve Mason continues our pre-game reports from Charlottesville.
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The American League division playoffs continued last night.
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The series between the New York Yankees and the Minnesota Twins is now tied at one game a piece.

The Yankees won game two by scoring twice in the 12-th inning to beat the Twins, 7-to-6. Game Three is tommorow at Minneapolis.
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Boston is ahead two-games-to-none in THEIR Division Series.
They beat the Anaheim Angels, 8 to 3 The Red Sox go for the clincher tomorrow at Fenway Park.
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NASCAR is going the way of Monday Night Football.
N-B-C will add a five-second delay to its racing broadcasts, after Dale Earnhardt Junior swore during a live post-race T-V interview last week.
Tony Stewart and the rest of the Nextel Cup stars is heading to Kansas.
But Stewart finally had a chance to weigh in on Dale Junior's fine and points punishment handed down earlier this week.
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