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Coming up on News 7 at 5, an attempted robbery turns into a case of bad luck for one suspect,
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and the area is losing more textile jobs as another plant in our area decides to close.
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Once again, a day of showers and the forecast is soggy for Friday as well. Show you why in a moment.[medical-head]


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In medical news -- Doctors say a new strain of food borne illness has NO cure.
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And some Southwest Virginia cities are not following the rules of the road when it comes to protecting children.
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Crime evidently doesn't pay as an alleged robber runs into a streak of bad luck.
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The holdup worked, but there were a few problems with the getaway.
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An alleged robber took a bag of money from a man trying to make a deposit at the First Virginia Bank on Orange Avenue around noon.
His stolen getaway car ran up on a curb, so he went across the street and tried to carjack a motorist.
That motorist turned out to be Roanoke detective Ron Jones.
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((SGT. K.P. VIAR/ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT: WHEN HE TRIED TO OPEN THE DOOR OF THAT VEHICLE, DETECTIVE JONES RAN IN FOOT PURSUIT OF THE SUSPECT, STOPPED HIM IN FRONT OF THE CONTRACTOR'S YARD, TACKLED HIM THERE AND PLACED HIM UNDER ARREST.))
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The money was recovered.
No one was hurt.
The name of the suspect has not been released.
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Another local textiles plant is closing, unable to compete with cheaper foreign labor.
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The last day of work at Turner and Minter will be Monday, leaving 47 employees on their own.
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((DEBBIE HELMINTOLLER/EMPLOYEE: I HAVE TWO LITTLE BOYS. I HAVE A HUSBAND. HE WORKS, THANK GOD FOR THAT. THERE ARE A LOT OF WOMEN IN HERE, SINGLE MOMS, OR SINGLE WOMEN, THAT DON'T HAVE ANYBODY TO HELP THEM. I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'LL DO.))
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These women earned five-fifty an hour with no benefits -- sewing uniforms for Halmode.
But Halmode closed last month, and the plant manager says most of the sewing contracts are going to other countries where labor is cheaper.
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A trial date is set in Smyth County for a former teacher accused of having sex with one of his students.
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34-year old Michael Dwayne Blevins will go on trial in late July.
Prosecutors say the teenage girl was a former student of Blevins in Rural Retreat although the alleged crimes occurred in Smyth County.
Blevins is charged with 30-counts of oral sodomy and 15-counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The alleged incidents happened between June and August of '97.
Today a judge asked prosecutors to be more specific about the dates and nature of what happened.
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((KEITH BLANKENSHIP/ASSIST. SMYTH CO. PROSECUTOR:WE DON'T REALLY HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THAT, IN PARTICULAR, I THINK THE, ITS, SIMPLY A MATTER OF PROVIDING A LITTLE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PARTICULAR DATES BECAUSE IT WAS A CHARGED OVER A PERIOD OF TIME IN THE SUMMER. ))
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Blevins is also charged with having sex with three minor students in Montgomery County.
He used to teach math and coach wrestling at Shawsville high school.
Prosecutors say Blevins lavished liquor on the girls to get them into bed and also bought them lingerie.



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A change in tactics brought results in the latest police search at a Roanoke-area high school.
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Roanoke County officers have looked for contraband in Cave Spring High School CLASSROOMS before -- but today, they checked cars in the parking lot.
Lieutenant Steve Turner says by looking in windows, officers found three cars that appeared to contain marijuana.
They also found one possible crack pipe, and several cars that contained tobacco products, which are not allowed on school grounds.
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Turner says several juveniles may be charged later as a result of today's search.
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Up next on News 7 at 5, a local boxing promoter defends himself against charges he embezzled money,
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and the Tomb of the Unkowns will be opened soon as the Pentagon tries to identify the remains of a Vietnam veteran.
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On Health Check, a new survey says local parents aren't doing enough to secure their children in their cars. [Two-Shot]
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Stay with us, there's more News 7 at 5 to come. [cc sponsor]
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The Tomb of the Unknowns will be opened as the government tries to identify the body of a Vietnam veteran.
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Defense Secretary William Cohen ordered the exhumation today saying the military has an obligation to the families to try and identify the body.
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The improved forensic methods for identifying remains did not exist in 1984 when the body was interred.
The family of missing pilot Micheal J. Blassie has pushed for the tests.
They contend recent evidence indicates he is the man buried in the Tomb.
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Two international auto giants are joining forces in the biggest industrial merger ever.
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Chrysler and Dailmer-Benz ((DIME-lur behnz)) are combining in a nearly 40 BILLION dollar deal.
Chrysler chairman Robert Eaton says the merger will change the face of the automotive industry.
Still the new company does not expect any layoffs.
Eaton says costs can be reduced without cutting jobs.
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The combined company will be called Daimler Chrysler.
Analysts say it could be a perfect combination, joining a manufacturer of mid-priced family cars with the maker of Mercedes luxury cars.
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Boxing promoter Rick Hawkins lashed out at his accusers today and defended himself against an embezzlement indictment returned Monday.
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((I'M RICK HAWKINS. I'M NOT BACKING DOWN FROM ANYTHING OR ANYBODY. I HAVEN'T DONE ANYTHING WRONG, BUT HELP PEOPLE. ))
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A member of the Board of Directors at the Boxing Association spoke to reporters ...along with Hawkins.
Coach George Miller acknowledged some money that had been earmarked for specific purposes may have been used for other things, such as food and lodging.
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((I'M NOT ONE OF THOSE PERSONS THAT'LL TURN MY BACK ON ANYONE THAT I HAVE CONFIDENCE IN. AND UNTIL HE'S PROVEN GUILTY, I WILL SAY HE'S INNOCENT.))
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The indictment returned Monday charges Hawkins with one count of embezzlement.
He says he intends to "go the full 15 rounds to get the program back together."
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Ten years ago, President Ronald Reagan set aside the first Thursday of each May as the National Day of Prayer.
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This morning, Christians in Danville celebrated with a prayer breakfast.
People from churches across the city gathered at Saint Luke's United Methodist Church for faith and fellowship.
They prayed for God to help them serve one another with love.
Church leaders say believers should seek God through prayer more than just once a year.
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((PASTOR RON MATEER: THAT'S JUST A DAY OF RECOGNITION. EVERY DAY SHOULD BE A DAY OF GIVING THANKS TO GOD AND REMEMBERING OUR BLESSINGS AND OUR NEEDS TO GOD AND HIS GRACE TO US.))
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This is the fourth year St. Luke's in Danville has observed the National Day of Prayer with a special breakfast.
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It's Growin' It season already and that means it's time for Patrick Evans to dust off his green thumb.
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Our first official "Growin' It" of the season takes to the road in Blacksburg this year, where Patrick Evans says a great Mother's Day event is going on.
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Stay with us, in today's two minute sports ticker, we'll see how local favorite Billy King is doing on the P-G-A Seniors Tour.
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Coming up tonight on health check -- health care workers are concerned about drug resistant forms of salmonella,
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And are your children safe when traveling in the car? Even with a car seat, they may NOT be.
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((DEIDRA PENNINGTON/REGISTERED NURSE:FOUR OUT OF FIVE CAR SEATS AT LEAST ARE INSTALLED IMPROPERLY AND AT OUR LAST SAFETY CHECK WE DIDN'T HAVE ANY THAT WERE INSTALLED PROPERLY OUT OF THIRTY OR FORTY CAR SEATS.))
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Roanoke and Danville are at the bottom of the list when it comes to buckling in their children.
The Virginia Department of Health reports the cities need to tighten up when it comes to seat belt safety.
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((ELLEN DAVIS/SAFE KIDS:OUT OF FOUR URBAN AREAS ROANOKE WAS THE LEAST IN COMPLIANCE WITH CHILD SAFETY SEAT USE.))
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Caitlin may not want to be buckled in, but her mother Deidra Pennington is an expert at it.
Pennington is a trauma nurses who teaches injury prevention and safety seat instructions.
She says fastening the seats securely presents the biggest problem.
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((DEIDRA PENNINGTON/REGISTERED NURSE:LIKE IF THE SEAT BELT ISN'T FASTENED TIGHTLY ENOUGH THE SEAT CAN EVEN BE THROWN FROM THE CAR IN THE CASE OF A COLLISION OR IT MAY BE LOOSE ENOUGH THAT THE CHILD WOULD HIT THE BACK OF THE SEAT IF A COLLISION WOULD OCCUR AND THAT CAN HAVE FATAL INJURIES INVOLVED.))
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((DEIDRA PENNINGTON/REGISTERED NURSE:IT SHOULDN'T MOVE NO MORE THAN ONE HALF AN INCH...PULL ON THE CAR AND MOVE THE CAR SEAT WITHOUT THE CAR SEAT MOVING.))
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Just as children come in all shapes and sizes, so do car seats to fit them.
Pennington says once they're out of the car seat that does NOT mean they're ready for the adult seat belt.
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((DEIDRA PENNINGTON/REGISTERED NURSE:IN THE BOOSTER SEAT THE CHILD WOULD BE MORE SAFELY PROTECTED IN THE CAR AND THE SAFETY BELT WOULD RIDE IN A SAFER POSITION ON THE CHILD'S BODY, SECURING THEM ACROSS THE HIPS AND THIGHS INSTEAD OF THE ABDOMINAL ORGANS.))
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The infant and toddler seats are recommended for the back seat, facing the rear position.





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A new drug resistant strain of Salmonella has health officials worried.
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A study in the New England Journal of Medicine finds the new strain is fast becoming untreatable.
Since 1980, the number of drug resistant salmonella cases have increased from less than one percent to 34 percent.
The number of antibiotics that are unable to fight the problem has increased to five.
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((DR. STUART LEVY, TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE "HERE'S AN INSTANCE WHERE AN ORGANISM, A BACTERIUM FROM ANIMALS GETS INTO PEOPLE CAN CAUSE AN INFECTION WHICH NEEDS TO BE TREATED AND WE'RE STUCK." ))
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Doctors say their major concern is the millions of pounds of antibiotics used on livestock every year to promote growth and treat disease.
Many animals develop resistance to those antibiotics and since most salmonella is carried in animals, there is concern the bacteria is picking up it's drug resistance down on the farm.
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(( DR. STUART LEVY IT'S CLEAR TO ME WE'RE MISUSING ANTIBIOTICS WHEREVER THEY ARE BEING USED IN LIVESTOCK IN PEOPLE EVEN AGRICULTURE...WE MUST LEARN TO USE ANTIBIOTICS FOR WHAT THEY'VE BEEN MADE FOR AND THAT IS TO TREAT BACTERIAL INFECTIONS.))
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Doctors are saying the news of this drug resistant salmonella is a warning to harness the overuse of antibiotics.
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Nurses today face challenges seemingly unheard of in the past. In one day a nurse could treat a baby with AIDS, a teen with depression, and a senior citizen with heart disease.
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The Roanoke Valley Black Nurses Association tackled all of these issues today at their annual meeting. One goal set out by the group is to help patients take better care of themselves.
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((Brenda Hale:We find it's pretty important to stimulate people to stay with their treatments, to take care of themselves, and maintain preventative health care.))
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In this age of HMO's and high medical costs, a nurses duty includes teaching the patient and their family about home health care.
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((Rosa Hardy: This is what we do as a whole. So when they come in you can't just treat them in the hospital. You have to look at all their needs.))
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The group encourages continued health education for nurses and the general public.
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In Sports, the New York Knicks lose one of their best players,
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The Thursday ticker begins with a note from the NBA concerning a man who refuses to stand pat.
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Patrick Ewing, the Knicks' all-star center has been out of commission for four months
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with a broken hand.
But yesterday he worked out during practice in Indianapolis and tonight he will not only play but start in game two of the Knicks series with the Pacers.
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Blue Hills golf pro Billy King is in Charlotte this weekend for the Home Depot Invitational.
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Since January, King a rookie on the tour, has struggled with his game.
And this weekend in Charlotte King is working on a new swing in hopes if playing up to his capabilities.
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Paul Hornung, one of Notre Dame's most celebrated football sons, was in town last night serving as a motivational speaker at Hideen Valley for a locacl business SEPCO.
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In addition to speaking engagements; the pro football hall of fame inductee does television and radio for his Fighting Irish. Noter Dame opens the season against defending national champion Michigan. Accroding to Hornung; this season could be alittle different thatn last; especially with a changing of the guard at quarteback.
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Coming up at 6, Roy Stanley will have more on Billy King. But stay tuned- more news 7 at 5 is coming your way.[5-R

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Ralph Stanley is already a bluegrass legend, with more than 150 recordings to his name. But he says his newest album may be his biggest yet.
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Today, Stanley visited WSLC radio in Salem, where he talked about "Clinch Mountain Country," due in stores on May 19th.
Released on Roanoke's Rebel Records, the double CD includes an all-star country lineup, and a surprising collaboration with Bob Dylan.
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((RALPH STANLEY: I'M REAL PROUD THAT BOB WANTED TO. I UNDERSTAND THAT HE TURNED DOWN MAYBE 22 DIFFERENT OTHER PEOPLE, BUT HE DID COME TO RECORD WITH ME AND I REALLY FEEL HONORED.))
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Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys appear tonight at Festival in the Pines at Tripple Creek Park in Franklin County.
We'll hear more from him on Sunday, when we feature Ralph Stanley as the subejct of this week's Virginia Profile.

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