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You've been watching live coverage of the President's comments regarding the Middle-East Peace Agreement..
We'll have full details coming up..
Also, just ahead--more than 100 people may soon be out of a job..
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As a Martinsville company reportedly plans to lay-off workers during the next few weeks.
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Rather chilly weather expcted again this evening. The details and your weekend forecast straight ahead.

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[ANCHOR=Tonya]
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Details on a warning for motorists who take anxiety drugs..coming up in Health Check.
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And, we'll tell you why it's so hard for some women to get a good night's sleep.
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Tough times continue in the apparel industry. Tultex joins the long list of companies that have laid-off workers.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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We've said it 20 times this year--an apparel company has either laid off a group of workers or closed altogether.

It's a trend that apparently is continuing in Martinsville where Tultex is expected to lay off 150 people after a year of losing money.
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Scott Goldberg is in Martinsville this afternoon.
Scott--Tultex used to be a very profitable company..
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Federal agents swept down on a Campbell County trucking company today, and seized several boxes worth of records.
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Agents with the United States Department of Transportation, the F-B-I and Virginia State Police converged on the K- and- C Trucking Company south of Lynchburg.
Authorities prevented other trucks from loading and unloading at the company.
D-O-T officials would not comment on why the company was being targeted.
No arrests were made.
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[5-Mideast-Peace]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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After days of talks a Mideast Peace Agreement is reached.
But, in order to get the deal President Clinton has agreed to take another look at the case of convicted spy Jonathan Pollard.
As Jonathan Freed reports, the Israelis want Pollard released.
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[super=01-Dore Gold/Israeli Ambassador to UN;]
[super=01-Morwan Kananfani/Palestinian Spokesperson;]
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((After a year and a half of deadlock, it was finally a done deal. At a White House ceremony, Israel and the Palestinians agreed on the latest steps towards peace between them. Flanked by President Clinton, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Leader Yassar Arafat signed the interim agreement on Mideast Peace... the centerpiece of which is an Israeli withdrawal from an additional 13 percent of the West Bank.
Earlier in the day, it all appeared to be hung up by a last-minute snag: a demand to release Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard from prison.
The former U.S. Navy employee is serving a life sentence for giving Israel classified information on Arab countries. And it appeared Netanyahu was linking Pollard's release to a deal. But it didn't turn out to be a deal breaker with American officials agreeing to discuss Pollard's future. DORE GOLD, ISRAELI AMBASSADOR TO THE UN IF WE DO OUR END AND THEY DO THEIRS, THEN BOTH PARTIES WILL BE ABLE TO TRUST EACH OTHER.
In addition to the West Bank withdrawal among other things, the agreement calls for Israel to release Palestinian prisoners from its jails.
Palestinians have promised to crack down on terrorists and to amend the Palestinian charter so it no longer calls for the destruction of Israel.
MORWAN KANANFANI, PALESTINIAN SPOKESPERSON IT WILL BE A HARD SELL FOR NETANYAHU. JONATHAN FREED, CBS NEWS THERE IS STILL A LONG WAY TO GO WITH MAJOR ISSUES STILL TO BE RESOLVED. AMONG THEM, THE STATUS OF JERUSALEM AND PALESTINIAN SELF RULE. JONATHAN FREED, CBS NEWS, THE WHITE HOUSE. ))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Up next--the teacher accused of having sex with a former student avoids more rape charges..
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And, Roanoke police have yet to arrest anyone for the murder of Jimmie Lee Penn a few weeks ago.
Now, his family is stepping in to help find his killer.
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[ANCHOR=Tonya]


In medical news, efforts are underway to help more youngsters get the calcium they need.
[ANCHOR=Jean]


and Patrick Evans takes a look at the day-to-day operations of the Bedford Lifesaving Crew.
That's coming up when the news continues. [cc sponsor]

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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New test results in the Princess Diana crash investigation- apparently show the car may not have been going as fast as first thought.
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Testing shows the Mercedes was going about 60 miles an hour- twice the speed limit, but much slower than originally reported.
Sources say tests also show the car had no mechanical problems- and it definitely brushed against a Fiat Uno before the wreck.
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[5-Letourneau]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Mary Kay Letourneau will not face more rape charges for her relationship with a former student.
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The former teacher is serving a seven year sentence for an earlier rape conviction- A Seattle Prosecutor says that's punishment enough.
Letourneau gave birth last week to a second child fathered by the boy- who is now 15 years old.
Their relationship began when he was just 13.
Prosecutors had considered filing a third degree rape charge after she gave birth.
If convicted she could have faced another five years in prison.
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[5-Tyree]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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An Amherst County man who severely beat and robbed two elderly brothers last fall will spend 16 years in prison for the crime.
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21- year- old Joseph Daniel Tyree was arrested last October for using a fireplace poker to attack 78- year- old Lucian Mantiply (MAN-tih-ply) and his 95- year- old brother Cyrus.
Tyree's lawyer argued today his client has a history of mental illness and alcohol abuse.
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((ED MEEKS/AMHERST CO. PROSECUTOR: THE GENTLEMAN WAS DEFINITELY MENTALLY ILL BUT IF YOU READ THE REPORTS CAREFULLY IT DIDN'T SAY THAT MENTAL ILLNESS HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE CRIME. THAT HE WAS DRINKING ALCOHOL AND OF COURSE, IT DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH HIM TAKING THAT POKE AND HITTING LUCIAN MANTIPLY ON TOP OF THE HEAD THREE TIMES WITH IT.))
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Judge Michael Gamble sentenced Tyree to 31 years on the burglary and malicious wounding charges, but suspended 15 years.
He also ordered Tyree to pay 15- thousand dollars in restitution.
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[5-Penn-Reward]


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The relatives of a murdered Roanoke landlord want answers.
And they're willing to pay for them.
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They're offering a reward of 3-thousand dollars, for help finding the killer of Jimmie Lee Penn.
Penn was gunned down on Patterson Avenue about three weeks ago, as he was working on some of his rental units.
So far, police say they don't have any suspects.
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[5-School-violence]


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Kids who misbehave in school are not just disruptive. They may be lashing out at their teachers and classmates over something that's going on at home.
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Juvenile Court Judges and school administrators got together today to exchange ideas about stemming school violence.
Judge Phil Trompeter says- -contrary to common opinion- -we are not developing "a new breed of juvenile offenders."
He says there is no "profile" to watch for that might help anticipate behavior.
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((WE KNOW THAT WE CAN'T PREDICT WHO IS GOING TO COME IN AND DO SOMETHING THAT YOU WOULD CONSIDER TO BE OUTRAGEOUS.))
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It can come from any kid, he says.
Trompeter was one of five Juvenile court judges and seven school superintendents in attendance.
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The Bedford Lifesaving Crew is opening its doors to the public today..
When News 7 at Five continues, Patrick Evans will fill us in on what goes on behind the scenes.
That's coming up when the news continues. [Forecasts]
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Coming up in sports--Mike Stevens we'll have highlights from the hero's welcome in New York for the Yankee's..
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Coming up on health check -- A new cancer treatment gets the green light from the government.
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And the Southeast Dairy Association reports fast food restaurants are hindering children from getting enough calcium.


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((WHEN YOU GO TO A FAST FOOD PLACE, WHAT DO YOU HAVE AVAILABLE, YOU HAVE THE SOFT DRINKS, AND THOSE PLACES ARE OWNED BY PEPSI AND COKE, THERE NOT GOING TO TURN AROUND AND MAKE MILK A BIG OPTION.))
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Good afternoon I'm Keith Humphry here's one of the stories we're working on for News 7 at Six.
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Making moonshine puts food on the table in many Franklin County homes.
Now a Patrick County man wants some of the dough -- he's pitching a movie idea to Hollywood.
Talley Griffith says his film "Bootleg" would spotlight moonshiners and revenue agents in Franklin County.
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((TALLEY GRIFFITH/DREAM IMAGE PRODUCTIONS: BOTH OF THESE TYPES OF CHARACTERS, THEY SPEND ALL NIGHT OUT IN THE WOODS. THEY SLEEP ON THE EARTH WHEN IT'S TIME TO ROUND UP THE MASH. THEY ALL DO IT. THEY'RE JUST RUNNING FROM TWO DIFFERENT SIDES.))
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What do Franklin County people think of seeing their stories on the silver screen?
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We'll tell you tonight--on News7 at Six.
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The Dairy industry is coming up with some ways to make milk a more attractive drink for children and teenagers. They've already started selling it in chug containers that fit easily in a car drink holder.
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These alternative methods are to ensure children get proper amounts of calcium. A study was released Wednesday confirming children drink twice as much soda as milk which can lead to health problems like obesity, tooth decay and osteoporosis.
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((JANET GRUBBS/SOUTHEAST DAIRY ASSOC.: TEENAGERS ESPECIALLY NEED TO GET THREE TO FOUR GLASSES DAY OF DAIRY PRODUCTS AND THEY'RE NOT GETTING IT BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT GETTING IT AT MEAL TIMES BECAUSE THEY TAKE THE SODAS OR JUICE INSTEAD.))
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Grubbs stresses there are also options of fat free and low fat milk instead of diet drinks for the 35-percent of females who say they're currently on a diet.
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((JANET GRUBBS/SOUTHEAST DAIRY ASSOC.: WE LIKE PEOPLE TO START AND LOOK AT IT AS A DIET DRINK, ESPECIALLY TEENAGE GIRLS THAT THEY NEED THE CALCIUM FOR THE BONES TO PREVENT OSTEOPOROSIS AND THEY CAN STILL KEEP IT AND NOT HAVE THE FAT THAT THEY'RE CONCERNED ABOUT.))
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The National Osteoporosis Foundation reports one out of every two women and one out of every eight men over the age of 50 will have an osteoporosis related injury in their lifetime.
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A new class of medications are coming with a warning label about driving.
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A new study reports anti-anxiety drugs like Valium make users twice as likely to get into a traffic accident. Researchers say thousands of lives could be saved if drivers avoided the drugs. Some doctors argue the illnesses requiring the medication could be responsible for the accidents.
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But, the study did not find any link between anti-depressants and car accidents. The study is in the British medical journal, The Lancet.

[5-Cancer-Treatment]


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[edit - 06.16.06]
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new cancer fighting treatment.
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The drug is called Camptosar. It's used to treat colon cancer.
It'll be given to cancer patients who've shown little progress after receiving chemotherapy.
Studies show Camptosar helps patients live longer than they would with other standard treatments.
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[5-Women-Sleep]


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[edit 06.16.06 (last story)]
Getting a good night's rest doesn't seem to come easy for many women..
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That's according to a survey by the National Sleep Foundation.
The survey indicated the problem was biological.
Menopausal and post-menopausal women reported having trouble sleeping because of hot flashes.
Other women reported that being pregnant sometimes kept them awake at night.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The New York Yankee's won the World Series Wednesday night-and today New Yorkers came out to celebrate..
[ANCHOR=Tonya]


It's time now for Mike Stevens and the two-minute ticker..

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The weekend ticker begins on the parade route in New York City
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where the Big Apple welcomed home its world series champion Yankees.
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This is one of the only times during the year that it is actually legal to litter in New York.
The winners of a major league record 125 games paraded in front of their many fans today.
The biggest cheers were reserved for Darryl Strawberry who is battling back from colon cancer.
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[S5-Qualify]


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The Winston Cup car are out in Phoenix tonight qualifying for this weekend's Dura Lube - KMart 500.
Time trials are just underway.
The first driver on the track today was Terry Labonte, who Sunday will be making his 600th consecutive start in the Kellogg's Chevrolet.
Roy will have an update at 6.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Friday Football Extra fun continues tonight with week number nine of the regular season.
Here's where you'll find us tonight.
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And tomorrow afternoon don't forget that you can catch a tape delayed version on last Saturday night's Pepsi 400, and then settle down to watch the Moutaineers of West Virginia hook up with Miami from Morgantown.
Miami has to win to stay in the Big East hunt.
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And don't forget about the Sunday NFL slate. The Pats and Dolphins play at one, followed by the Jaguars and Broncos.
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Roy Stanley will be here at six with your college game day lineup.
Have a safe weekend everybody. [take a break]







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[5-LIFESAVING]


[ANCHOR=JEAN]
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The Bedford Lifesaving Crew is offering you the chance to see how and where they work while in the business of saving lives.
Patrick Evans went to Bedford to find out more about Saturday's open house with the Bedford team.
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[edit 10.19.57]
Seeing double is a common problem for teachers at one elementary school..
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That's because there are eight sets of twins at Glen D. Hale Elementary including..
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((CODY RAY SCHNEIDER, TRISTAN JEAN SCHNEIDER, KAYLA, CAREY, ANGELINA, SHANTEL..))
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All of the youngsters are in first, second or third grade.
Teachers say it was easy to mistake their identities, until they got to know their individual personalities.
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