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Today on news 7 at 5, Monica Lewinsky reportedly turns over a stained dress to prosecutor Ken Starr,
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and we'll see some of the people who won last night's big Powerball lottery.
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In medical news ---

Survival rates for women after heart surgery are less than men.
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plus, Can people become addicted to lotteries? Mental Health experts say it's a serious problems.
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Monica Lewinsky reportedly hands over evidence against the President.

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Good Evening. I'm JJ.
It could be the most damaging evidence so far against the President- Lewinsky turned over tape recordings and a dress- reportedly stained during an encounter with the President.
Drew Levinson is following the latest developments.
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((It could be the most damning evidence against the president-and it would turn this into much more than a he said-she said confrontation. CBS news has learned as part of her blanket immunity deal Monica Lewinsky yesterday turned over telephone recordings with the president's voice on them and a dress she says was stained during a sexual encounter with Mr. Clinton. KEN STARR/SPECIAL PROS: GOOD MORNING GOOD MORNING. THINGS GOING YOUR WAY? PLEASED WITH THE SPEED OF THE INVESTIGATION? A: JUST TRYING TO GET IT DONE."
And part of getting it done means prosecutors will likely test the dress for dna evidence, to corroborate Lewinsky's claim she did have sexual relations with the president. something she and the president denied under oath. JANUARY 26 1998: I did not have sex with that woman, Monica Lewinsky and I did not ask her to lie .
After six months of silence on the subject, the president yesterday agreed to testify...on video tape with his lawyers at the White house. DAVID KENDALL/CLINTON'S ATTORNEY: IIN AN EFFORT TO ACHIEVE A PROMPT RESOLUTION TO THIS ENTIRE MATTER THE PRESIDENT WILL VOLUNTARILY PROVIDE HIS TESTIMONY ON AUGUST 17TH 1998 TO THE OFFICE OF INDEPENDENT COUNSEL AS HE HAS ON PRIOR OCCASIONS THE PRESIDENT'S TESTIMONY WILL BE VIDEOTAPED AT THE WHITE HOUSE WITH LAWYERS PRESENT.
In return, Starr withdrew his subpoena sparing the president from appearing before the grand jury. meanwhile, linda tripp-the woman whose secret recordings of Lewinsky prompted the investigation ended her long testimony before the grand jury yesterday. calling herself just an average suburban mom, tripp sent a message to her former friend.
LINDA TRIPP/WITNESS: I AM ENCOURAGED THAT IT APPEARS FROM PRESS REPORTS THAT MONICA HAS DECIDED TO COOPERATED WITH THE INDEPENDENT COUNSEL. THE FACTS WILL SHOW THAT TIME AFTER TIME, I URGED HER TO TELL THE TRUTH RIGHT UP TO THE END.))
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The biggest lottery jackpot in U-S history is going to a group of assembly line workers in Ohio.
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Thirteen workers went in on the single winning powerball ticket-
The workers pooled their cash and drove
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100 miles over the border to a gas station in Richmond, Indiana where they bought 130 tickets.
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Lottery officials say the winners chose the lump sum of 161 million dollars instead of the larger jackpot spread out over 25 years.
Lottery officials say hopeful players shelled out more than 210 million dollars for tickets.
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Salem fire officials were investigating an apartment fire that happened Tuesday, when ANOTHER blaze broke out at the SAME complex this morning.
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A firefighter suffered from heat exhaustion, but NO one else was injured in TODAY's fire at the Willow River complex on Lansing Drive.
It was contained to the bedroom of a second floor apartment in Building 17-67.
The tenants were NOT home when firefighters arrived.
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Mills says Willow River is under Salem's rental inspection program, and that the complex follows any suggested safety guidelines.
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Meanwhile, fire officials say although it is coincidental, they don't believe, at this point, the two fires are related.
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It looks like yesterday's bank robbery in Roanoke County and another robbery in Dublin may not be related after all.


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At first, investigators thought there was a link.
Yesterday, a robber hit the Valley Bank on Starkey Road.
The suspect, a clean-shaven white man, handed a teller a note and then took off with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Roanoke County police now say that description of the suspect and his method of robbing the bank does not match witnesses' description of what happened Tuesday at the First American branch in Dublin.
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A group of actors are at V-M-I. Up next we'll see why they're bringing the story of a close shave at the school to the small screen,
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and from North Carolina, one of the nation's best loved childrens entertainers passes away at the age of 80.
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In Health Check, can the drug found in Tylenol help your heart? New research says it might.
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And Patrick Evans will join us with this week's Growin' It. [cc sponsor]
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The man who brought us Howdy Doody time has died.
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"Buffalo Bob" Smith passed away today in North Carolina.
Smith hosted the popular Howdy Doody television show from 1947 until 1960.
Smith and his freckle faced marionette achieved stardom rarely duplicated in the world of children's television.
After retiring, Smith lived in the western North Carolina town of Flat Rock.
He died following a long bout with cancer. Bob Smith was 80.
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New numbers today from the state Compensation Board show the state is clearly coming up short on the costs of the "no car tax" plan.
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We reported earlier this week that the state had set aside five million dollars to reimburse localities for the administrative costs of car tax refunds.
Today, the comp board released a July 22nd memo, showing localities estimate the cost at almost 5-point-8 million dollars-- and that's before the huge localities of Fairfax and Arlington have even filed their cost estimates.
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And it was only this week that many localities learned they'd get less than half of their costs reimbursed, according to the existing state code.



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New exit ramps off Route-29 in Danville are being touted for keeping jobs in Southside Virginia.
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Governor Jim Gilmore cut the ceremonial ribbon for the new Riverview Industrial Park Interchange.
The three and a half million dollar project took just over a year to complete.
The promise of this interchange encourgaged companies like Dan River to build new facilities in the nearby industrial park.
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VDOT says the Danville-Pittsylvania County region will see 140-million dollars in highway work in the next 4-to-5 years.
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Advocates for consumers, the environment, and the poor say they need you to speak out.
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They unveiled a Bill of Rights today for electric utility customers -- as Virginia lawmakers consider how to deregulate the industry.
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((JEAN ANN FOX/VIRGINIA CITIZENS CONSUMER COUNCIL: I'M SURE THAT THE QUALITY OF THE DECISIONS WOULD BE GREATLY IMPROVED IF EVERY CONSUMER WHO WRITES A CHECK TO AN ELECTRIC UTILITY ONCE A MONTH CALLED THEIR LEGISLATOR AND SAID "WHATEVER YOU ALL DO DOWN THERE IN RICHMOND, WE WANT IT TO BENEFIT RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS. WE WANT OUR RATES TO GO DOWN.))
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The groups have set up a World Wide Website to give citizens "talking points" on the possible downsides of deregulation.
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The web site can be reached at V-A Wired-dot-ORG.

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For this week's edition of Growin' It, we find Patrick Evans in an unusual place. He's prepared to throw the book at people who want to learn more about their gardens. [LIVE PAT FULL Microwave]
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Gardening is America's favorite warm-weather pass-time, and whether you are a beginner or seasoned veteran there's plenty to learn.
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Today Patrick Evans introduces us to a myriad of resources for learning about everything from organic gardening to putting in your own water pond.
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It's a rainy day at the Brickyard, Steve Mason will have the latest in Sports.
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Next on health check -- A way to stay heart healthy -- it's found in just about everyone's medicine cabinet.
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And lottery fever isn't the only symptom of becoming addicted to the game. Mental health experts say you may be gambling with more than your money.
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((DR. LOU PERROTT/CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: SOME PEOPLE GET REAL ACTIVE WITH LOTTERY ONE REASON BEING IT'S WIDELY AVAIABLE, EASY TO GET TO, YOU DON'T HAVE TO TRAVEL LONG DISTANCES TO BE ABLE TO DO THIS.))
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Buying lottery tickets could cost consumers more than a few dollars.
Lottery Fantasy Syndrome is a gambling addiction that strikes an estimated two to four percent of the population.
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Doctor Lou Perrott says he sees patients in Roanoke suffering from compulsive lottery gambling. The Virginia lotto jackpot is growing each week, giving gamblers a chance to try their luck as often as they like. Certain characteristics become apparent when the fun has crossed the line.
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((DR. LOU PERROTT/CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: AN INDIVIDUAL WHO IS ADDICTED TO GAMBLING OFTEN TIMES WILL TRY AND SOLVE LIFE'S PROBLEMS OR SOME OF THEM, THE MONEY PART OF IT, FOCUSED ON THE GAMBLING ACTIVITY AND THAT'S OFTEN WHAT PEOPLE GET INTO WITH LOTTERIES.))
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and gambling is linked to physical health problems as well, like high stress levels which can lead to serious health risks.
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((DR. LOU PERROTT/CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: AN INDIVIDUAL BEGINS TO TURN TO THIS AS A WAY TO SOLVE LIFE PROBLEMS AND SEES THIS IS THEIR MIND, THIS IS WHERE THE FANTASY COMES IN, THAT IF I WIN THE LOTTERY, MY LIFE WILL BE SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED, MY STRESS LEVELS WILL GO DOWN.))
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Perrott says the snowball effect keeps getting worse each time the gambler loses. Still this is a treatable disease with a 12 step program.
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[Take pinnacle page] If you know someone who needs help call Gambler's Helpline at 1-800-742-0443.

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A new study says women are more likely to die following heart bypass surgery.
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Researchers at the University of Florida examined thousands of cases and found that four and a-half percent of the women who had bypass surgery later died.
Only three percent of the men suffered similar deaths.
Even when patients of both sexes had similar risk factors, the women still had a greater risk of death.
Doctors are puzzled as to why so many more women are dying.
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There is some good news for your heart.
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Texas researchers say there's evidence that a common pain reliever may help prevent heart disease.
Acetaminophen is found in many over the counter medications like Tylenol.
Now preliminary tests conducted at the Baylor College of Medicine show the drug could fight the build up of cholesterol in blood vessels and arteries.
Scientists are encouraged but say more research is needed.
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In Sports, the rain can't stop a hot story from coming out at the Brickyard.
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Is there a rift developing between D-W and Tabasco? Let's ask Steve Mason.[S5-Qualify]


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Good afternoon everyone, lets start the ticker at the track,
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where qualifying for the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis is in a rain delay.
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Rain stopped around 4 but, according to track officials, it takes a few hours to dry the 2.5 mile track. Winston Cup cars remained out and covered for most of the day as fans milled around the pits, looking for their favorite driver.
Fan favorite darrell Waltrip, who is supposed to drive the number 35 Tabasco car this weekend, might not. Evidently, Tabasco is looking to end it's NASCAR sponsorship and the deal with Waltrip was put together without proper communication. DW remains up beat and thinks it will go through.
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Athletes at Page Moir's summer basketball camp heard from the voice of experience this morning and apparently they were listening.
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Charlotte Hornets guard, Dell Curry, stopped in to pass along some of the finer points of basketball as well as some life lessons.
12 seasons in the NBA have taught the former Hokie a lot about the game and life.
And he says reaching these children early is the key.
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That's a wrap for five, coming up at six, Redskins coach Nor Turner talks about his 98 team and we will have major le

ague matinee highlights for ya as well. See ya then.[5-Cadet-Commercial]


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Virginia Military Institute will be in the national spotlight again this fall, but not because of co- education or some other controversy.
The school and its cadets are starring in a commercial for Norelco razors.
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A mud hole known as the ranger pit was the location for filming this afternoon.
The three- day shoot will recreate many aspects of the V-M- I experience for a lighthearted commercial, set to air in the first week of September.
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Nineteen cadets are being paid for their part in the commercial. The school is receiving a location fee.
But V- M- I officials believe the national exposure will be the most important pay-off.
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