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Straight ahead on News 7-
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A Victory for Paula Jones- a loss for President Clinton-
Plus a woman stuck for hours in a cave is recovering tonight.
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We had a persistant band of showers over portions of the viewing area today despite the hopes for a little sun. We will track the rain in a moment.

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Another victory for a Texas doctor in a fight over an unapproved cancer drug.
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If the pain of arthritis is leaving you grimacing-- some government experts are recommending relaxation techniques.
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((THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR PAULA JONES A COURAGEOUS AMERICAN HER DAY IN A COURT OF JUSTICE.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
The high court ruled that Paula Jones' sexual harrassment suit against President Clinton may go forward.
Byron Pitts is in Washington D-C where the ruling was made today. cut to
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((It was a win of sorts for Paula Jones. The former Arkansas state worker who said then Governor Bill Clinton made unwanted sexual advances towards her in this Little Rock Hotel in 1991. She filed a sexual-harassment lawsuit AFTER Clinton became President. And an Arkansas judge ruled the suit would have to wait until Clinton left the White House. A ruling the U.S. Supreme Court over turned - saying the lawsuit was unrelated to his official duties as President. That means the lawsuit can go forward. ((GIL DAVIS/JONES' LAWYER:)) Jones' attorneys in Washington were almost giddy at times. Across town, President Clinton's lawyer was stone faced.
((ROBERT BENNETT/CLINTON'S LAWYER: I'M QUITE CONFIDENT, I'M NOT A PROPHET, BUT I'M QUITE CONFIDENT THAT WE WILL ULTIMATELY PREVAIL IN THIS CASE.))
The two sides were reportedly once willing to settle the suit out of court, but the deal fell through during Clinton's first term as president. Legal experts say, even though the Supreme Court cleared the way for a court room brawl don't expect one.
((LEON FRIEDMAN/HOFSTRA UNIV. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW EXPERT: IT WILL BE DELAY, DELAY, DELAY. LEGAL ARGUMENT. LEGAL ARGUMENT. SO WE'LL BE LUCKY IF THIS CASE IS ARGUED BEFORE 2002, AND I THINK WE MAY SEE A SETTLEMENT BEFORE THAT.))))
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A Reston woman who fell off a 30 foot drop in a Bath County cave says she feels pretty lucky tonight. dissolve to Map
It happened yesterday afternoon as Sheryl Valone (val-LOAN) and four companions explored Clarks Cave.
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It took 50 rescue workers more than eight hours to get to Valone and carry her out last night.
As she recovers from a possible concussion in Bath County Community Hospital, she says she doesn't remember much about the fall.
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((SHERYL VALONE: WE WERE JUST GOING ACROSS SOME ROCKS WHICH THERE HAPPENED TO BE UNDERNEATH IT THERE WAS JUST A DROP AND AS I WAS GOING ACROSS, I WAS THE SECOND ONE TO GO ACROSS, I GUESS MY FOOTHOLD JUST KIND OF GAVE WAY.))
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Valone says she's amazed she doesn't have any broken bones.
Fortunately she was wearing a helmet and other protective gear.
If a CAT-scan doesn't find any serious injuries, doctors will release her from the hospital.
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Michael Knowles readily admitted to police that he killed his wife in March of last year.
Today, as he went on trial in Christiansburg, his lawyers said they will offer a psychiatric defense.
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Michael Knowles sat quietly in the courtroom today as a police investigator played a taped confession.
Knowles' lawyers portrayed him as a man with serious mental problems, who lost control, but the victim's daughter painted a picture of a more deliberate act.
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Knowles is expected to testify when defense attorneys begin presenting their evidence tomorrow.

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A Danville teenager is in custody tonight charged with murder.
17-year old Terrell Leroy Kelly was picked up by Danville police around noon.
He's charged with shooting and killing 20-year old Antonio Dixon.
The fatal shooting happened Sunday night at Cardinal Village apartments.
Kelly is being held at the W-W Moore Juvenile Detention home.


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N-B-C sportscaster Marv Albert's been fingerprinted, photographed and released without bond.
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Albert was arraigned in an Arlington court on charges of assault and forcible sodomy.
A jury trial's been set for September 22nd-
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((GERARD TREANOR/ALBERT'S ATTORNEY: MY CLIENT MR ALBERT PROFERRED TO THE COURT NOT GUILTY PLEAS ON BOTH COUNTS AND DEMANDED A TRIAL BY JURY. WE LOOK FORWARD TO THAT TRIAL AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO HIS VINDICATION.))
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A 41 year old woman claims Albert bit her several times and forced her into oral sex.
Albert maintains his innocence.
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The driver of a tractor trailer that crashed this morning in Halifax County is in serious condition.
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24-year old Jamaine Anthony Boyd of Maryland was flown to Duke Medical Center.
He crashed this morning on Route-58 between Danville and Turbeville
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State police believe Boyd may have fallen asleep-- because there weren't any skid marks.
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It took crews several hours to clear the wreckage.
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Calling it a ``far from easy'' decision, Russian President
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and NATO members ink an historic agreement...the successful signing of a NATO-Russian accord giving Moscow a seat at the alliance table
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Meditation, deep breathing, guided imagery and biofeedback.
These relaxation techniques may help provide some relief from chronic pain. 2-SHOT
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Also coming up-- the tagging and bagging in Lynchburg is still up for debate...
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And Mike Stevens will be along with tonight's Two Minute Ticker-- stay close. cc sponsor
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Today's signing of the NATO Russian accord will go down in the history books.
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Russia... once considered an enemy of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, now has a VOICE but not a vote in NATO decisions.
But the language barrier did cause a misunderstanding.
That's according to Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
It initially appeared that Russian President Boris Yeltsin had made a dramatic offer to dismantle nuclear warheads aimed at the West.
Instead, it turned out to be something much less: a promise to "de-target" the weapons.
Still, the Clinton administration is calling the move a confidence-builder.
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The debate over trash tags drags on in Lynchburg.
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At a work session today, city council members heard it would cost the city more than 900-thousand dollars a year to get rid of the system entirely.
Councilman Robert Garber has been pushing for that.. despite the numbers, he's not ready to give up the fight just yet.
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Garber's colleague, Carl Hutcherson, offered several compromise solutions.
They included reducing the cost of the trash stickers and decals, or offering one free bag collection per week.
The issue will come up for discussion once again at council's July Eighth meeting.
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New standards proposed for Virginia schools face a new enemy.
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The Future Farmers of America say the Standards of Accreditation could mean an end to agriculture classes.
That's at a time when enrollment in "ag classes" has increased by two thousand students a year for the past five years.
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((WILLIE MORRIS/FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: SUCH AS THE AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CLASSES WHERE YOU WOULD LEARN TO DO SUCH THINGS AS KEEP RECORDS AND USE BALANCING RATIONS SO TO SPEAK, JUST SIMPLE WAYS TO BALANCE YOUR BOOKS AND YOUR BILLS.))
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The state Board of Education votes on the new standards June 11th.
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When is it going to feel like May? Meteorologist Robin Reed has a mid-week forecast next on NEWS-7 at FIVE. STOCKS BUMP NEXT Forecasts
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The rain did NOT stop highschool softball playoffs in Roanoke County...
Mike Stevens has highlights in tonight's Two Minute Ticker.
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On Health Check, the first study into the seriousness of homesickness when kids go to summer camp.
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Nearly all suffer some kind of homesickness, but 20-percent of children actually suffer moderate to severe levels of homesickness, and still others fall into depression.
How parents can help, coming up on Health Check.
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Good Afternoon. I'm Keith Humphry-- here's a look at what you'll see tonight on NEWS-7 at SIX.
He's one of golf's living legends... and today he was back on the green for a special celebration.
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Sam Snead turned 85 today. The Greenbrier resort held a birthday bash for him this afternoon.
Before he teed off, he gave us his thoughts on a variety of topics-- including his own illustrious career... and that of golf's newest star, Tiger Woods.
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We'll have that story, Jean, in about 40 minutes on News- 7 at six.
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We look forward to hearing on the golf legend, thanks Keith.

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A Houston doctor who sells an unapproved cancer treatment has been acquitted on a contempt charge.
It's another victory for the physician.
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Earlier, a federal judge had dismissed dozens of mail fraud charges against Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski.
Some of the doctor's patients had rallied to his fight--
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claiming Burzynski's treatments helped them battle cancer.
The drug is supposed to help cancer patients by "turning off" cancer cells.
It does NOT have government approval.

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For those who suffer the pain of osteo-arthritis, without much relief from medication... you might want to try relaxation techniques.
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This advice comes from the National Institutes of Health.
A committee of experts convened by the N-I-H says that relaxation reduces pain-- because it slows the body's metabolic activity and relaxes muscle tension.
You can choose from a number of relaxation activities including meditation, deep breathing, guided imagery and biofeedback.
But older people should remember that conventional treatments such as weight loss, exercise and rest are still important in managing the disease.
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If you overdid it over the holiday weekend, and now have heartburn to show for it-- you might want to remember a few tips for next time.
Eat several small meals rather than three large ones, avoid eating late at night, quit smoking, elevate your head when sleeping...and of course be sure to check with your doctor if symptoms persist.

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Many kids around our area may soon be heading to camp.
It's an exciting time-- but what about the homesickness that comes with it?
A study in this month's "Developmental Psychology" offers some ideas.
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((CHRISTOPHER THURBER/UCLA PSYCHOLOGIST: ALMOST EVERYONE EXPERIENCES SOME FORM OF HOMESICKNESS. ABOUT TWENTY PERCENT EXPERIENCE A MODERATE TO SEVERE LEVEL OF HOMESICKNESS. SEVEN PERCENT EXPERIENCE IT SO SEVERE THAT IT IS ASSOCIATED WITH DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY.))
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Once at camp, kids cope with homesickness in several ways..taking part in physical activities..and letter writing ... what can parents do to help with homesickness?
One option is to practice spending time away from home before the kids go to camp.
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It's also important to involve your child in the decision to go to camp, as much as possible.
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((KIDS WHO WERE INVOLVED IN THE DECISION TO GO AWAY TO CAMP, HOW LONG TO GO AWAY, WHICH CAMP TO GO TO, WHEN THEY WOULD LEAVE, DURING THE SUMMER THAT KIND OF DECISION CONTROL REDUCED THE POSSIBILITY THAT KIDS WOULD GET HOMESICK ONCE THEY WERE AT CAMP.))
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The article also suggests that if your child does become so homesick he or she must leave camp early, find a way to put a positive spin on it.
For instance, tell them they did very well and next year they'll probably be able to spend the whole time at camp.

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Good afternoon everybody welcome to another wet ticker in Roanoke, but finally a dry day in Indianapolis.
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After two straight days of soaking rains that forced the postponement of the Indy 500 on both Sunday and Monday the sun actually came out for a little bit at the track today.
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It was rough day for both current and former NASCAR drivers.
First Robby Gordon who began the day in fourth place, saw his chances for a win go up in smoke and those deadly invisible flames produced by the Indy fuel.
Gordon had to roll in the grass to put out the fire on his driving suit, he finished 19th after completing just 19 laps.
Then just 12 laps from the finish former Quaker State driver Steve Kinser, lost control of his car and spun into the outside wall.
Kinser finished 14th in his rookie appearance.
And Tony Stewart, who plans to start driving on the NASCAR circuit for joe Gibbs next year also hit the wall with a few laps to go. He managed to continue and finish fifth.
In the end, a true Indy veteran won the race as pole sitter Arie Luyendyk beat his racing teammate Scott Goodyear to the flag for his second career 500 win.
More than $8 million in prize money was awarded today.
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It took the folks in Indy three days to run their race, but here in Roanoke the Northwest regional softball folks could only stand one day of delays.
After postponing yesterday's Cave Spring - Amherst County game officials decided to play in the drizzle this afternoon over at Darrell Shell field at Penn Forest Park.
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An umbrella salesman could have made a killing at the ball park today, as most of the fans stayed undercover.
Cave's Sarah Ogilvie almost knocked the cover off the ball in the first inning as she opens the scoring with this two run homer to left field.
But Amherst came back in the top of the second, as Angel Cashwell signals to right field and plates Jaime Campbell and LaToya Thomas to tie it at 2.
The Lancers added two more runs in the third on a sacrifice fly and this Tiffany Taylor single to right field that brings home Kelly Gouldthorpe. It's 4-to-2 Amherst.
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The Knights would manage to cut it to 4-to-3 in their half of the inning as Stacy Morioka scampers home on Nikki Turner's fielder's choice. But Cave Spring, and its nine seniors come up a run short losing 5-to-4.
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Don't forget the NCAA Division Three baseball championship is still going on at Salem Memorial.
Tonight the only remaining unbeaten team in the double elimination event, Southern Maine takes on Cortland State at seven o'clock.
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Also, the NBA playoffs resume tonight in Utah with the Jazz and Rockets all tied up at 2 games a piece in their best of seven western conference final.
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Much more coming up for you tonight at six o'clock including a testy Phil Jackson.
But first let's hear again from Jean.

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It's the sequel to Jurassic Park-
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Now the Lost World is making money that's out of this world- 90 million dollars over the weekend.
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The blockbuster at the box office means higher sales at the American Museum of Natural History.
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((MICHAEL NOVACEK/CURATOR: ADULTS AND CHILDREN LOVE THIS FANTASY THIS SORT OF LOST WORLD AND THE FACT THAT IT'S SUPPORTED BY REAL LIFE EVIDENCE MAKES IT EVEN MORE EXCITING.))
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The newest exhibit is pegged to the movie's opening.
Scientists contrast models from the movie with casts of actual dinosaur fossils.
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That's it for NEWS-7 at FIVE-- for more news later tonight-- full screen
Join Connie Stevens for our local primetime newscast, NEWS-7 Primetime -- tonight at 10 on WEFC. See you later, Goodnight ANCHOR=Jean