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Today on News 7, a convicted murderer is waiting to see if the Governor will stop tonight's execution
In Nashville, George Jones admits he was drinking when he wrecked in March.
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and fans standing in line for Star Wars tickets hope next week is not far far away.
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The winds bring in a cooler, wetter picture tomorrow. We will check that out in a moment.

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Friendship Manor retirement community says it's putting the home in nursing home.
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Plus doctors are raising safety questions about a popular cosmetic procedure.
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[5-Swann]


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A Department of Justice psychiatrist says he's only seen one person with a more devastating pathology than Calvin Swann and apparently that may have been enough to convince Governor Jim Gilmore to commute Swann's death sentence to life in prison.
Swann was set for execution tonight at the Greensville Correctional Center and. That's where we find Ellen qualls.

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The Governor was in Abingdon this morning- Has he gone over Swann's medical records?[5-Jones]


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Country singer George Jones told a judge this morning he was drunk when he crashed into a bridge in March.
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Jones pled guilty this morning to driving while impaired in connection with the accident that nearly killed him.
Jones will not serve any jail time, but he will have to pay more than 500 dollars in fines.
He says he doesn't remember much about the accident, but he knows he was drinking.
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((GEORGE JONES-SINGER; I DID WRONG THAT DAY AND I TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR WHAT HAPPENED. I'VE HAD A LIFE OF A LONG STRUGGLE WITH ALCOHOL. I THOUGHT I HAD IT WON SINCE I HAVE BEEN SOBER FOR MORE THAN 12 YEARS. THE PAST YEAR HAS BEEN A TOUGH ONE FOR ME, BUT THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR WHAT I DID. TRUTHFULLY THE STRUGGLE NEVER ENDS AND i WILL GET TREATMENT TO COPE BETTER.))
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A charge of reckless driving will be dismissed in a year if Jones completes alcohol counseling.
He says he is looking forward to returning to the recording studio.
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[5-Flynt]


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It's not like Larry Flynt to cop a plea agreement- but today that's exactly what he did.
The deal keeps the magazine on his store shelves but not X-rated videos.
Drew Levinson has more.
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(( LARRY FLYNT WON'T BE PEDDLING SEX TAPES IN CINCINNATI ANYMORE-BUT THE PLEA AGREEMENT GIVES THE PUBLISHER WHAT HE'S WANTED FOR TWO DECADES-THE OPPORTUNITY TO SELL HIS MAGAZINE HERE. LARRY FLYNT/PUBLISHER: I got Hustler magazine back in Hamilton County, and it will be on Newstands all over the county. IN 1977 FLYNT WAS CONVICTED OF PANDERING OBSCENITY FOR SELLING
HUSTLER IN CINCINNATI-- IT WAS LATER OVERTURNED---BUT FOR THE MOST PART

HIS MAGAZINE STAYED OFF THE SHELVES. THIS TIME HE AND HIS BROTHER WERE CHARGED NOT ONLY WITH OBSCENITY BUT DISSEMINATING MATERIAL HARMFUL TO A JUVENILE. LAST YEAR A 14-YEAR OLD BOY BOUGHT SEXUALLY EXPLICIT TAPES AT FLYNT'S HUSTLER MAGAZINE AND GIFTS STORE. PROSECUTORS ALLOWED THE FLYNTS TO SUBSTITUTE THEIR CORPORATION FOR THEMSELVES AND PLEAD GUILTY TO TWO COUNTS OF PANDERING OBSCENTY. ALL OTHER CHARGES WERE DROPPED. THE COMPANY WAS FINED 10-THOUSAND DOLLARS. PROSECUTOR MIKE ALLEN SAYS BY GETTING RID OF THE SEX VIDEOS-- THE COMMUNITY PROTECTED IT'S VALUES. MIKE ALLEN/PROSECUTOR "Over the last year Larry Flynt has spent a lot of time telling anyone that would listen how he was going to come to Cincinnati and show us a thing or two. Well it seems to me that the people of this community have just said a thing or two about our town. AS PER THE JUDGE'S ORDER-THE X-RATED TAPES AT FLYNT'S DOWNTOWN STORE STARTED COMING OFF THE SHELVES IMMEDIATELY. PROSECUTORS SAY IF THE TAPES RETURN-SO WILL THE INDICTMENTS. DREW LEVINSON/CBS NEWS))

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He's credited with helping steer the economy- and touted as one of the most effective Treasury Chiefs in U-S history.
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Just moments ago Tresury Secretary Robert Rubin announced his resignation-
Rubin is a former investment banker who says he'll return to private life.
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((ROBERT RUBIN/TREASURY SECRETARY: I HAD THE GOOD FORTUNE THROUGHOPUT MY LIFE TO BE INVOLVED WITH OUTSTANDING INSTITUTIONS. I THINK THERE'S NO QUESTION THAT BY ANY STANDARD THIS ADMINISTRATION HAS EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE, EXTRAORDINARY ABILITIES AND CAPATICITIES AND EXTRADOINARY THE WAY THEY WORK TOGETHER.))
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President Clinton plans to nominate Rubin's deputy- Lawrence Summers to succeed him.
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Rescue workers in Lynchburg say they're now ready to tackle the heavy jobs. We'll have that in a moment.
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and we'll see how lines are already forming at some local theaters for next week's premiere of the Phantom Menace.

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On Health Check, we'll see what some say is a revolutionary new concept in nursing homes.
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and we'll look at science fact instead of science fiction as Patrick Evans goes back to school. [closed captionsponsor]

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It's the day Star Wars fans have been waiting for.
Advance tickets for "Episode One, the Phantom Menace" went on sale today at movie theaters, across the nation.
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Teresa Hamilton just returned from the New River Valley Mall in Christiansburg- Teresa Were fans waiting in line there?
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That's right, Jean.
Tickets didn't go on sale until three o'clock.
But as you might imagine-- there were plenty of Star Wars fans lined up even though the movie itself won't be shown for another week.
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It's the movie Star Wars fans have been looking forward to since the release of the Stars War trilogy.
Ezra Ford was first in line at the New River Valley Mall when the ticket office opened.
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((EZRA FORD/STAR WARS FAN:I WOULD LIKE TO MEET THE PERSON WHO IS A BIGGER FAN THAN ME OR MY FRIEND BECAUSE WE'VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS ONE, THIS IS REALLY SPECIAL.))
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Although the line was out the door, it wasn't nearly as long as some fans had expected.
But, regardless of the wait, it's doubtful you would have heard many complaints from these fans.
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((JAMES WRIGHT/STAR WARS FAN: I'VE BEEN LOOKING FORWARD TO IT FOR A LONG TIME, I REMEMBER BEING FIVE YEARS OLD WHEN RETURN OF THE JEDI CAME OUT, WENT OT THE THEATER, I DON'T ACTUALLY REMEMBER SEEING IT, BUT I REMEMBER THE WHOLE STANDING IN LINE, HAD TO GET TICKETS, IT'S LIKE WE'RE KIDS AGAIN.))
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((DOUG EDMONDS/STAR WARS FAN:IT'S JUST A PART OF AMERICAN CULTURE NOW, YOU KNOW, YOU CAN'T GO ANYWHERE OVERSEAS, YOU SAY, STAR WARS, PEOPLE KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT.))
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Now advance tickets aren't on sale everywhere.
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Coming up at six-- we're find out how theatres in Roanoke are handlding the sale of advance tickets.


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From trench cave-ins to building collapses, a firefighter's job is often much more than just putting out fires.
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That's why Lynchburg has put together its own Heavy Technical Rescue Unit which it unveiled today.
36 firefighters make up the unit and have been specially trained to rescue people in all kinds of hazardous situations.
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((FRED MILLS/LYNCHBURG FIRE CHIEF: THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT THIS SPECIAL TEAM AND OTHER SPECIAL TEAMS THAT WE MAY FORM IN THE FUTURE IS ALL ABOUT. SO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT CAN DO EVERYTHING THAT IT CAN TO RESPOND TO WHATEVER TYPE INCIDENT, WHETHER IT'S A FIRE, MEDICAL EMERGENCY, IN THIS CASE SOME TYPE OF SPECIAL RESCUE SITUATION.))
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The Heavy Rescue Unit spent more than 12- thousand hours over the past year training and outfitting its own specially equipped truck.
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While Star Wars is creating a lot of interest in the world of science fiction. Some local students are finding out the real world of science is just as exciting as Star Wars.
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What do you get when you combine Standards of Learning with a good, old-fashioned science fair?
Patrick Evans went to Breckenridge Elementary School to find out, and this is what he discovered.
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Today in Sports, a local racing champion is trying his hand at the Busch series. Mike Stevens will have more in today's Sportsticker.
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Next on health check --
a prominent medical journal is concerned about a popular cosmetic surgery
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And one of the largest retirement communities in Southwest Virginia is bringing nature to long term care.
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((ALISA BRAWLEY/EDEN ASSOCIATE: THE ONE THING THAT WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE EDEN ALTERNATIVE DO IS TO END THE LONLINESS, THE HELPLESSNESS AND THE BORDOM THAT WE HAVE IDENTIFIED IN OUR RESIDENTS.))
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[5-Eden]


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*******HEALTH QUESTION ANSWER****
The staff at Friendship Manor is turning the retirement community into Paradise.
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The Eden Alternative tries to make the facility less institutional and more like home. Residents may be greeted by the sounds of chirping birds, or one of the furry staff members like Sheeba and Mitch. The goal of the Eden Alternative is to change the image of nursing homes.
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((ALISA BRAWLEY/EDEN ASSOCIATE: THE ENVIRONMENT ISN'T SUCH A STARK, MEDICAL MODEL, IT'S MORE OF A HOMELIKE ENVIRONMENT, IT'S A SOFTER FEELING WHEN YOU WALK IN THE DOOR AND YOU SEE THE PLANTS AND THE ANIMALS AND THE CHILDREN.)) ((WE WANT PEOPLE TO FEEL LIKE FRIENDSHIP HEALTHCARE CENTER AND ALL NUSRING HOMES ARE NOT A PLACE WHERE PEOPLE COME TO DIE, IT'S A PLACE WHERE PEOPLE COME TO LIVE AND CONTINUE TO GROW AND CONTINUE TO LEARN AND THAT'S WHAT EDEN IS ALL ABOUT.))
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Friendship Manor is on it's way to becoming "Edenized." In order to do so, all ten principals have to be met -- so far Friendship Manor has two stars on it's Eden tree towards it's goal of reaching all ten.
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The New England Journal of Medicine is raising safety questions about liposuctions after five people have died during the procedure.
The deaths were tracked over a five year period. Two of the deaths were blamed on cardiac arrest. Another patient died of blood clots in the lungs and another was attributed to a fluid overload.
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The doctors can't say for sure that liposuction caused the deaths, but they strongly suspect the procedure contributed to them.
Liposuction involves sucking the fat out of the body while injecting large amounts of salt water and medication.
Plastic surgeons say the procedure is safe.
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Monday we told you about the advantages of lasik eye surgery. That's the surgical procedure that uses lasers to reshape the cornea and correct eye problems like near and far sightedness and astigmatism.
The procedure is gaining popularity. It's even entering the sports world.
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Johnny Benson Junior used to be one of the only NASCAR drivers to wear glasses on the track, but not anymore.
He recently had the lasik surgery and he says he's enjoying life without glasses.
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((JOHNNY BENSON JR.: NOT HAVING TO DEAL WITH GLASSES. CLEANING THEM, HAVING TO WASH THEM ALL THE TIME. INSIDE THE CAR THEY'RE ALWAYS GETTING DIRTY, GETTING SWEAT ON THEM FROM YOUR GLASSES. OUTSIDE THE CAR WHEN IT RAINS, ANYBODY WHO WEARS GLASSES KNOWS.))
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The recovery time for the procedure is very short.
Most people can return to their normal lifestyle almost immediately.
While life in the grueling world of racing is anything but normal, Benson was shortly up to speed. He was back in the driver's seat just days after the surgery.
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((SURPRISINGLY I DID IT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RACE SEASON. I WAS GOING TO HAVE A WEEK OFF AND I WENT AND HAD IT DONE AND I ENDED UP RACING LAST WEEK. NO PROBLEMS. SO I'M VERY HAPPY WITH THE PROCEDURE.))
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In Sports, the Washington Capitols are up for sale.
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With that and news from the Busch Series, Here's Mike Stevens.[S5-Caps]


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Welcome folks to the midweek ticker that begins in the nation's capital with news of a sale concerning the
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Washington Capitals.
Owner Abe Pollin has agreed to sell the team to Ted Leonsis, the founder of Ameircan Online.
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Pollin who is 75 years old will also reortedly sell minority interest in his NBA team the Washington Wizards.
He also is giving up part of his interest in the MCI center, the building in downtown DC he built with $200 million dollars of his own money.
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Both the Caps and the Wizards missed the playoffs this season.

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The Richmond International Raceway begins three jam packed days of racing tomorrow as the Busch Grand National teams arrive in the state for an afternoon of practice and first round qualifying.
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Among those who will trying to make the 43 car field for Friday night's Hardee's 250 is former New River valley track champion Phillip Morris.
Morris is running a 10 race limited Busch schedule this year for the Blue Ridge Motorsports team based out of Waynesboro.
And he likes his chances of making the field.
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Morris is receiving sponsorship help this season from Llumar Window Film, however the internet marketing giant ValueAmerica is sponsoring the car this week in Richmond.

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The Ford teams wrapped up two days of testing in Charlotte yesterday at the Lowe's Motor Speedway.
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Surprisingly, Elliott Sadler and the Wood Brothers were the fastest Taurus to test turning in a speed at 181 point 769 miles an hour.
Coming up tonight at six, we'll hear from Rick Mast who says his team is running out of cash.
Plus, we'll take a look at the newset fan comfort at the speedway, a 14 acre campground that has among other things cable TV hookup at each of its 246 sites.
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In the big leagues this afternoon the Twins beat the Rays 9-to-4 and the Phil beat the Cards 8-to-4 despite a two run homer by Mark McGwire.
See you at six everybody.
Have a safe night. [go to break]

[5-Arcadia-Academy]


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Students from a Botetourt County school for troubled boys are now volunteering to build houses for the homeless.


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The students earn credit for this work but say they also wanted to help people.
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((WE GOTTA SACRIFICE OUR GOOD MEALS THOUGH. USUALLY WE'D BE HAVING CHEESEBURGERS BACK AT SCHOOL. HERE WE'LL HAVE PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY SANDWICHES.))
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This is a new program -- starting this summer students will also build trails and shelters.
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((WE'RE REALLY GLAD TO HAVE THEM HERE BECAUSE IT'S YOUNG STRONG LABOR AND IT'S STRONG LEGS. THEY'RE ABLE TO DO A LOT OF HAULING SO IT SPEEDS UP THE PROCESS ESPECIALLY WHEN THERE ARE ONLY FOUR OR FIVE OF US OLDER GUYS.))
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Tonight on News7 at Six, see how far these boys have come since first arriving at Academy.
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