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Next on News 7 at 5, police in Henry County make an arrest in a six year old murder case.
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and the government has some new get tough commercials designed to keep young people off drugs.
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In Health News, a local chiropractor brings a Far East experience to his practice.
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and we'll see how a new type of Ultrasound is giving expecting parents a more realistic view of their developing baby.


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Rockbridge County comes out to say goodbye to the victims of last weekend's accident on Interstate 81.
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Hundreds of mourners paid their respects this afternoon to the young victims of the July Fourth accident.
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Joe Dashiell is in Buena Vista with more on today's group funeral.
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Henry County authorities have arrested a former Navy serviceman in a six-year old murder case.
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29-year old David Deshazo of Franklin County is accused of killing his Navy roommate back in 1992.
Jerry McClendon was smothered to death at his home near the Little Creek Naval Base in Virginia Beach.
He shared the home with Deshazo and Deshazo's girlfriend.
The victim's decomposed body was found in a wooded area of Henry County.
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((LT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: MR. MCCLENDON WAS KILLED THERE AT HIS RESIDENCE AND AFTER A FEW DAYS LATER AFTER THE CRIME WAS COMMITTED THE BODY WAS TRANSPORTED BY A U-HAUL MOVING VAN FROM VA BEACH TO HENRY COUNTY OFF STATE ROUTE 640 IN THE RIDGEWAY AREA IN THE SOUTHERN END OF HENRY COUNTY.))
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Deshazo is being held in the Virginia Beach City Jail without bond.
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Authorities say they expect to arrest a female co-conspirator in the murder.
They will not confirm if that co-conspirator is Deshazo's former girlfriend.



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Liz Haysom won't be getting out of prison early.
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As an accomplice in the murder of her parents in 1985, Haysom is serving a 90-year sentence.
She and her boyfriend, Jens Soering hatched a plot to eliminate her folks, because they dispproved of their relationship.
Soering and Haysom were both Jefferson scholars at the University of Virginia.
Soering is still appealing his murder conviction and double life sentence.
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Next on our newscast, an American Airlines jet makes an emergency landing with one engine on fire.
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and the teenagers who killed their newborn son at a motel- are sentenced to time in prison.
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In Health News, a new type of ultrasound is giving parents a more complete picture of their developing children.
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There's plenty more News 7 coming up after this break. [cc sponsor]
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Two Delaware teenagers were sentenced today for the killing of their newborn son.
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Amy Grossberg cried as she walked into court to face a judge.
He sentenced her to two and half years in prison.
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((ROBERT TANENBAUM/GROSSBERG'S ATTORNEY: KEEP IN MIND SHE WAS 18 YUEARS OLD AND MADE A TERRIBLE MISTAKE AND SH'E S PAYING THE PRICE FOR THE REST OF HER LIFE. HER SOUL IS IN TACT. SHE FALSELY ACCUSED NOBODY AND SHE TAKES RESPONSIBILITY.))

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Grossberg's former Boyfriend, Brian Peterson received a two year sentence.
It was 1996 when Grossberg delivered the baby in a Delaware motel- the body was thrown in a dumpster outside.
An autopsy found the baby died of multiple skull fractures, blunt force head trauma and shaking.
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A dramatic touchdown in San Juan, Puerto Rico-
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An American Airlines flight from Miami made an emergency landing with one engine ablaze.
The jet was caught on home video as it came in for a landing.
242 people were aboard the Airbus A-300 -three were treated for injuries.
An airline spokesperson says the plane caught fire soon after takeoff then immediately returned to Puerto Rico.
Authorities don't know how the fire started.
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A 195-million dollar ad campaign is meant to shock kids into staying off drugs-
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The President put it bluntly saying the new ads are designed to knock Americans upside the head- and alert them to the dangers of drugs.
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The Chatham-based Express Mart chain is selling its 21-stores.
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The new owner of the Southside convenience stores is Fas Mart of Richmond.
The company already has 67-stores-- the acquisition will bring that number to 88.
Express Mart says it wasn't looking to sell but it was the right thing to do.
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Gibson says there will be little change in store operations.
He says customers should only notice a name change.
The Express Mart buyout is expected to close August 17th.
The terms of the deal are not being released.
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In just a moment, Patrick Evans will speak Live with Bob Lyons. They'll discuss Heirloom plants in this week's Growin' It.
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[VO-Nat] and a bit later we'll meet some ladies who aren't letting their age slow them down...in life or on the race track.
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Baseball has its first commisioner in years, Mike Stevens will have the deatils in the Two Minute Ticker.
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Today on Healthcheck, we'll have a story that will keep you on Pins and Needles....a local chiropractor brings new techniques for acupuncture to his office.
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and we'll see how innovative ultrasound technology is helping doctors detect problems earlier in pregnancies.
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Acupunture is a traditionnal six thousand year old Chinese Medicine. The science has only been in America since 1971 -- but a Roanoke physician acupuncturist and chiropractor is helping making some adjustments to the original medicine in it's mother country.
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((DR. MICHAEL BECKER/PHYSICIAN ACUPUNCTURIST:HE COMPLETED THAT TASK AND MOST OF HER PAIN DISAPPEARED AFTER ALL THOSE YEARS. ALL OF A SUDDEN A DEPARTMENT HEADS FROM ALL OVER THAT COLLEGE WERE COMING INTO THAT ROOM ASKING TO BE ADJUSTED BY AN AMERICAN CHIROPRACTOR.))
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Doctor Becker just returned from a trip to China where he and a delegation of Virginia Chiropractors visited the Shanghai hospitals and universities. Acupuncture has evolved in America, it's not as rare to see patients in a doctors office with needles in their bodies.
Doctor Becker says some Chinese techniques wouldn't work in an office -- these herbs rolled on the acupuncture needles have a pungent odor. But there are many other methods the American doctors learned from the founders of the science.
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((DR. MICHAEL BECKER/PHYSICIAN ACUPUNCTURIST:SOME TECHNIQUES WHAT THEY CALL FIVE STAR TECHNIQUES WHERE YOU INSERT THE NEEDLE IN A MAJOR POINT AND THEN SURROUND IT WITH OTHER NEEDLES IT'S SIMILIAR TO WHAT WE DO HERE WHICH IS CALLED SURROUND THE DRAGON, BUT AGAIN THAT COMES FROM CHINA.))
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A standard AIDS drug is proving effective for treating a form of hepatitis.
Today's New England Journal of Medicine is reporting the drug 3-T-C slowed liver damage caused by Hepatitis B.
Doctors hope the findings will lead to new treatments.
More than 300 million people worldwide are infected with Hepatitis B.

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Doctors in San Diego are getting a better look at developing fetuses.
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A new three-dimensional ultrasound is giving doctors and parents a clearer, more detailed and realistic view of babies before they're born.
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The 3-D ultrasound can detect everything from cleft palates to heart and spinal problems.
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((SHAWN FETTEL/EXPECTANT MOTHER: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 2-D AND 3-D IS SO ENLIGHTENING. I CAN DESCRIBE TO PEOPLE WHAT 2-D IS. YOU KNOW, I HAVE TO POINT OUT THE FACE AND THE NOSE,ETC. BUT I SHOW 3-D AND PEOPLE ARE LIKE 'OH MY GOD, I CAN SEE IT.'))
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The technology is availible in only a handful of facilities across the country and is recommended when a health problem is suspected in either the mother or the baby.
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In Sports news, more money is in the cards for slugger Mark McGwire.
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Here with that is Mike Stevens.[S5-Selig]


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Welcome folks to the Thursday ticker.
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The big leagues return to action tonight after the recent all-star break.
And when the players step on the field tonight they will have a real commissioner.
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After six years of serving with an interim title attached to his title, Bud Selig was unanimously selected to the commissioner's post this afternoon by the owners.
He has owned the Milwaukee Brewers since 1970, but will have to give up that title as he becomes the first team owner to be named to this position.
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If you were with us back on Monday we talked about how Mark McGwire's run for the single season homerun title held by Roger Maris has fueled interest in baseball collectibles, especially cards.
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On Monday we told you that McGwire's rookie card had jumped up to $80.
Now, two days after the all-star game the latest price guide lists the card at $110 dollars.
It will go higher but only if he breaks the mark.
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And for that reason many collectors are more inclined to stick with an old faithful that never loses his value.
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At the women's State amateur golf championship in Hot Springs, Lee Shirley advanced to the finals today with a relatively easy win over Dot Bolling.
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Shirley, who is gunning for her third straight state amateur crown played flawlessly today in the semi-finals.
This par putt on 14 would clinch the match and give her a 5-4 win.
Meaning she was ahead by five holes with just four to play.
She will play Catalina Durall for the title tomorrow.
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Roy Stanley will have more on the mathcup for us tonight at six.
Plus, we'll hear from Express goalie Daniel Berthiaume, who is close to resigning with the team for another season.


Have a safe night everybody. [take a break][5-growin-it]
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Did you know that some plants are considered heirlooms? Here's Patrick with this week's growin it
[ANCHOR=Patrick] Heirloom plants, usually last seen in your grand-parents' gardens, are popping up again, sometimes

with a new twist.
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With me today from a rainy Blacksburg is Bob Lyons to tell us more about heirloom annuals, specifically.
Bob, welcome.
Wht makes an "heirloom plant'?
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The Japanese have forgotten their economic problems for the moment.
Japanese Television dropped the Prime Minister's scheduled speech on the state of the economy to carry live coverage of a kidnapping.
In the end, it was all just a bunch of monkey business.
Barry Petersen has more.
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When most people remember trips to grandma's house they think of cookies or other freshly baked goodies --
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but you won't find these grandmothers in the kitchen.
Instead they are heating up the race track.
These are ladies on the go -- on GO CARTS to be exact!
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The women recently competed in the thirteenth annual senior women's challenge.
The local raceway is the site of the event which brings senior women in the area together for fun-filled competition.
The contestants exhibit their best and fastest for the races -- but some women say often their driving expertise gets noticed even when they are NOT on the track.
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Many of the women return to the competition each year -- one racer said she rides her tractor at home for practice.


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