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Straight ahead on News 7-
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More questions about CAMPAIGN fundraising.
A teen hides her newborn for weeks-
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And the latest on an education center in Roanoke.
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The haze is here and will likely stay for another day. Still warm days and cool dry nights ahead.

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Scientists around the world are keeping an eye on a new influenza vaccine--
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Plus some lawmakers are balking at a proposed rule to ban most asthmatic inhalers....because they use chloro-flourocarbons.
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The former White House deputy chief of staff- testifies for a second day about campaign fundraising.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
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While Harold Ickes denies wrongdoing- One Senator says he has proof of possible illegal activity.
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Fred Thompson says documents reveal the President met with a consultant who has since pleaded guilty to illegal fundraising.
Thompson says Clinton met Martin Davis last year-
He says just days after that meeting-- the Teamsters contributed 230 thousand dollars to state Democratic parties.
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A White House spokesperson says the Clinton- Davis meeting wasn't private, but a luncheon with 400 people.
Thompson admits he wrongly implied it was a private talk and says it should be investigated whether the two met alone.
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An 18-year old Danville man could get the death penalty now that he's pled guilty to killing three of his neighbors.
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Police say Percy Levar Walton murdered and robbed a 33-year old man and an elderly couple last November.
Commonwealth's Attorney Bill Fuller says Walton sprayed cologne on one corpse to cover up the smell.
And he says Walton told fellow prisoners about committing the murders.
Walton could receive the death penalty when he's sentenced later this month.
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In Chicago this afternoon, 13-people were injured when a car plowed into pedestrians.
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Police say a woman reported the accelerator was stuck.
She was transported to the hospital- but later arrested.
Witnesses say they saw bodies thrown into the air in the busy downtown area.
Six people are seriously hurt.
Police say the car ran through the light, and tried to avoid as many people as possible.
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The Six Mississippi teens charged with murder conspiracy-
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apparently belonged to something called "The Group"-
The teens are all associated with 16 year old Luke Woodham- the student charged with killing his mother and two students.
But the plot may have been larger.
The town's mayor says his son may have been a target.
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Two of the teens are also charged with plotting to kill one of their fathers.
Some students call the group a cult but police would not go that far.
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A Long Island teen hid her newborn for two and half weeks before her mother found the baby.
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Stephanie Clark found the four pound infant in her 17 year old daughter's bedroom closet.
Shanta Clark who kept her pregnancy and home delivery a secret, was caring for the child without anyone knowing.
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Clake did leave the baby alone when she was in school.
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The teen is charged with endangering the welfare of a minor.
She's free on bail- The baby is doing well.


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The Reform party candidate for Governor talks about being excluded from Monday night's debate.
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And Roanoke makes its sales pitch for a downtown education center.
But not everyone's buying it. Joe Dashiell has a live report.
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Plus, a nationwide call to action for better, more accessible child care -- the delicate balance for working parents. 2-SHOT
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Also coming up--Patrick is talking art with some young friends...
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Their take on it all and the two minute ticker when we come back. cc sponsor
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Roanoke Valley leaders pitched their plan for a new higher education center today.
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But as Joe Dashiell reports, it may be a tough sell to state legislators.
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Jean, this project will cost about 20 million dollars. More than half of that is already lined up... Joe/full
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including a gift of the building from Norfolk Southern, contributions from local government and revenues from the sale of bonds... but a nine million dollar gap remains.
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The higher education center would bring together college courses and work force training under one roof... to the old Norfolk Southern office building near the Hotel Roanoke.
Backers say the renovation makes sense-- its less expensive than new construction, but at least one member of the Senate Finance Committee believes the state has more pressing needs.
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((SEN. JOHN CHICHESTER/R- FREDERICKSBURG: TO ASK TAXPAYERS OF NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY AND RICHMOND CITY AND WYTHEVILLE AND COVINGTON VIRGINIA TO FUND AN EDUCATION CENTER IN DOWNTOWN ROANOKE THAT IS SURROUNDED BY FOUR FOUR YEAR INSTITUTIONS, THE LOGIC IS SOMEWHAT LOST ON ME AT THIS JUNCTURE.))
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Supporters of this project know it won't be easy to win major funding from the General Assembly.
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But Jean, today's meeting was just the first round in their effort to make the higher education center happen.
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QUESTIONS: WHAT DID OTHER LAWMAKERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE PLAN TODAY?)

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The Virginia Reform Party's mad as heck... and it's contacting the A-C-L-U.
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The party that grew out of Ross Perot's presidential bid has nominated two candidates for statewide office... after its original standard- bearers dropped out.
Sue Harris DeBauche (de-BUSH) runs a day care center in Henry County -- and her name is on the ballot for governor.
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((DON'T LET A FEW DIEHARD REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS WHO LITERALLY, I BELIEVE, WOULD VOTE FOR MICKEY MOUSE AND DONALD DUCK IF THEY WERE RUNNING ON THOSE TWO PARTIES-- THEY WOULD LITERALLY VOTE FOR THEM. THEY WOULD HAVE SOME VOTES. AND THERE WOULD BE NO BRAIN POWER HERE AS TO WHETHER THOSE PEOPLE, THOSE ENTITIES, ARE FICTITIOUS OR REAL.))
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DeBauche (de-BUSH) says she's asking for legal help to fight her exclusion from Monday night's debate.
She needs ten percent of the vote for the Reform party to stay on Virginia ballots.
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To find out attorney general candidate Mark Earley's agenda on abortion, his opponent says look to the 1992 national Republican party platform.
Earley helped write it.
It calls for an amendment to the Constitution banning abortion.
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But Earley says it's silly to say that could be done in Virginia.
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Dolan says the attorney general has great powers to issue opinions and could influence anti-abortion legislation if the Supreme Court allowed it.
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Earley says the more relavent question is if Dolan will defend the parental notification law in court.
Dolan says he's for the concept, but NOT the exact law Virginia passed.
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Children frequently learn by using all of their senses, and art education is no different...
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Learning about art and artistry starts young at the Art Museum of Western Virginia, and "Art Venture" is a new exhibit designed to help youngsters learn more.
Patrick Evans went inside Art Venture for today's report.
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The O's meet up with the Indians in a few hours. Mike has a preview in tonight's Ticker.
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On Health Check-- the faces of mental illness.
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We'll feature a photo exhibit now on display in downtown Roanoke-- celebrating courage, insight-- and recovery.
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Good Afternoon-- I'm Keith Humphry.
There's more NEWS-7 at FIVE in a moment--Cellular telephone owners will want to tune into NEWS-7 at SIX.
If you pay a monthly fee for your cell phone, but almost never use it, we've uncovered something that might save you some money.
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We asked cellular telephone companies if customers can drop their cellular service, but still make emergency calls using a credit card.
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The answer is yes, no, and maybe.
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Eric Earnhart has an explanation tonight on News 7 at 6.
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A lot of people will be interested in that story. Thanks, Keith.

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Doctors in the Netherlands are closely watching a new strain of influenza virus they say is similar to strains that have killed millions of people over the last century.
This.. amid reports that early signs of influenza have been detected at hospitals in this country.
Liz Mullen reports getting your flu shot should be on the top of your list of things to do this fall.
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Hundreds of thousands of americans will get flu shots this season. many.. will not.. assuming that the flu vaccine causes influenza. DR. DIMAIO: IT WILL NOT GIVE YOU THE FLU. IT WILL CHALLENGE YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM, YOU WILL FEEL SOME SYMPTOMS SIMILAR TO THE FLU, BUT YOU'RE NOT GETTING THE FLU. DR. STEVEN MOSTOW, ROSE MEDICAL CENTER, DENVER: WHAT DO YOU FEEL LIKE WHEN YOU GET INFLUENZA? YOU'RE FINE ONE MINUTE AND THE NEXT YOU ARE DOWN ON YOUR BACK. YOU FEEL LIKE YOU'VE BEEN HIT BY A MACK TRUCK.
An apt analogy from representatives from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases.
In Washington, they are urging all Americans to be pro-active. DR. STEVEN MOSTOW, ROSE MEDICAL CENTER, DENVER: THIS VIRUS AFFECTS ABOUT 25 MILLION AMERICANS EACH YR. IT KILLS ABOUT 20-40,000 AMER.S EACH YEAR AND UNFORTUNATELY HALF A MILLION PEOPLE END UP IN THE HOSPITAL. AND THIS IS A PREVENTABLE DISEASE NOT BEING PREVENTED.
As they do every year, doctors are especially urging the elderly.. as well as those with chronic respiratory conditions to get their influenza vaccine.
It could be a matter of life or death.
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The only people at risk from flu shots are people allergic to eggs.

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Some lawmakers are gasping at a measure to ban most asthmatic inhalers.
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The Food and Drug Administration wants to ban inhalers that use C-F-Cs or chlorofluorocarbons.
C-F-Cs damage the earth's protective ozone layer.
But some members of Congress argue the ban would block all but one brand of inhalers... creating a monopoly.
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The past few days, we've been focusing on Mental Health-- as part of Mental Illness Awareness Week now underway.
Today, learning more about the issues through art.
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Photographer Andrew Kilgore has put together an exhibit called "Healing Changes"-- now on display in Roanoke's Jefferson Center, in the Fralin Atrium.
The exhibit highlights the faces of mental illness and recovery, and some very personal stories.
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"Healing Changes" is on display through Friday.
Also planned for this--is National Depression Screening Day--
Tomorrow-- five screening sites are planned around the Roanoke Valley.
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For more information about these events, contact the Mental Health Association at 540-344-0931.
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We head to the college ranks for this week's edition of hometown hoops weekly...
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But first to the pros-- for some baseball news-- here's Mike.

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Welcome folks to the midweek ticker, the baseball divisional playoffs are making news today.
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Right now the Braves lead the Marlins FIVE to NOTHING in the 5TH inning of game two of their National League series.
The "Fish" won game one last night.
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Later tonight the Orioles open the ALCS against the Indians in Baltimore.
And this Orioles team is one happy bunch of campers.
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It's Wednesday and that means another addition of hometown hoops weekly.
This week Steve mason has a very special guest.
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(( The Bassett native has earned the respect of his players and peers and has now reserved a major role in one of college basketball's top programs.
Throughout his coaching career; Dillard has remained consistent in how he teaches his players to approach the most crucial aspect of the game; practice.))
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Finally tonight-- Did a protest over sewage washing into a citizen's yard go too far?
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Carole and John Everly set up toilets in their front yard-- after local officials in their town weren't paying attention to the problem.
The Everly's took their protest one step further, by adding a bikini-clad inflatable doll to one of the toilets.
Town officials issued the couple a citation for violating regulations on the placement of signs.
Now the American Civil Liberties Union is stepping in to protect the Everlys.
A-C-L-U lawyers say the entire display is protected by the First Amendment.

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