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Today on News 7, authorities in Henry County round up some suspected drug dealers,
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and we'll hear from a woman who nearly drowned this week as she thanks the people who saved her life.
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The information superhighway is becoming the road to better health with the creation of a giant medical web site.
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And heart patients in Southwest Virginia are getting access to new experimental drugs.
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A Florida woman wins the right to die- AT this hour her wish is being carried out.
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42 year old Georgette Smith was shot and paralyzed- Now the woman says she wants life support machines disconnected-
Cathy Moss has more on this unusual case from Orlando, Florida.
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((COUNSELORS AT THIS ORLANDO HOSPITAL SPENT THE DAY WITH 42-YEAR-OLD GEORGETTE SMITH.. MAKING SURE SHE WAS CERTAIN OF HER DECISION TO BE REMOVED FROM LIFE SUPPORT.
SMITH'S MOTHER.. 68-YEAR-OLD SHIRLEY EGAN IS ACCUSED OF SHOOTING HER DAUGHTER IN MARCH AFTER LEARNING SMITH PLANNED TO PUT HER IN A NURSING HOME. THE BULLET SEVERED SMITH'S SPINE.. PARALYZING HER FROM THE NECK DOWN.
ON TUESDAY, A JUDGE RULED THAT SMITH WAS MENTALLY COMPETENT AND GRANTED HER REQUEST TO BE UNHOOKED FROM HER VENTILATOR. ONE OF SMITH'S DAUGHTERS SAYS IT'S THE RULING HER MOTHER HAS WANTED FOR WEEKS. Candace Smith/Georgette Smith's Daughter "She's prepared herself because she knows she lives a good life and she doesn't want to finish her life in this situation."
SHIRLEY EGAN IS ALREADY CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER. PROSECUTORS HAVE SAID THE CHARGES COULD BE UPGRADED TO MURDER IF SMITH DIES AFTER LIFE SUPPORT IS REMOVED. AT THE HOSPITAL TODAY, A MINISTER DELIVERED A PERSONAL MESSAGE OF SUPPORT TO SMITH'S FAMILY.
Norman Conaway/Minister "Basically because I believe in what she's doing. Her body's shot and it's time for the soul to go on, into a new experience and to move on." BUT THE GROUP, FLORIDA RIGHT TO LIFE, HAS CALLED THE JUDGE'S RULING.. THE WRONG DECISION. Matt Ozolnieks, Florida Right To Life, "We're just in prayer for Ms. Smith and her family. And pray that they find relief." Cathy Moss/CBS News/Orlando, FL))

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The 18-year old woman rescued Monday at McCoy Falls spoke with NEWS 7 today to explain what happened and to thank those who saved her life.
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The Blacksburg high school junior says she and her friends did NOT know Jimmy Gilmore before they met, Monday afternoon.
But she says Gilmore and his friends were nice and that the group wanted to venture over to the falls.
Preston says she explained that she could NOT swim and that Gilmore offered to give her a piggyback.
The two were on their way when Gilmore slipped and they fell.
At first they were OK-- and began searching for Preston's sandal.
But the water began to rise.
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((JENNIE PRESTON: HE HAD HIS ARMS OUT TRYING TO GET ME AND HE WAS COMING FORWARD TRYING TO GET ME BUT I WAS GOING SO FAST AND THEN....OUR HANDS WERE JUST THIS FAR APART, WE COULD ALMOST TOUCH AND I WAS JUST GOING SO FAST AND A HUGE WAVE CAME OVER MY HEAD AND IT TOOK ME UNDER.))
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That was the last time Preston would see Jimmy Gilmore-- who's body was found about three hours later.
Tonight at six-- we'll have much more on the story.
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Authorities from Henry County and Martinsville made the largest drug bust in the county in two years.
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Police charged 64 people today with selling crack cocaine and marijuana.
They say the busts were the product of a 14-month undercover investigation.
They estimate that the operations busted today made anywhere between 200 to 3-thousand-dollars a day.
Most of the arrests were made in areas where neighbors complained to police about drug problems.
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((SHERIFF FRANK CASSEL/HENRY CO.: I DON'T THINK WE'RE WHERE WE'D EITHER ONE LIKE TO BE, BUT I THINK WE HAVE AS GOOD A HANDLE ON IT AS I'D EXPECT US TO HAVE RIGHT NOW. IT'S SO LUCRATIVE, YOU'RE NOT GOING TO STOP IT.))
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The penalty for selling cocaine ranges from 5 to 40 years in prison. [(toss to R)]
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Virginia could run out of coal in the not too distant future. We'll have one's company's best guess on when coming up in a moment,
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but first, the federal tries again to deport a man suspected of working in a Nazi death camp during World War Two.
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On Health Check, tests begin on a new form of insulin that would allow diabetics to throw away their needles.
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and we'll have some light and delicious suggestions for your warm weather meals. [closed caption sponsor]

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The justice department is trying yet again to revoke the citizenship of 79 year old John (Dem-YAHN-yuk) Demjanjuk.
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He is the 79 year old auto worker who was accused of being "Ivan the Terrible"- an infamous Nazi guard during World War Two.
He was tried and convicted in Israel- but when evidence came to light that he might be a victim of mistaken identity- the conviction was overturned and he was returned to the U-S in 1993.
The new Justice Department complaint doesn't say Demjanjuk was Ivan the Terrible but claims he did work at other Nazi death camps-
Demjanjuk has consistently denied serving as a guard in any camp.

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A job fair today in Franklin County is meant to help laid off textile workers find new jobs- but just how much opportunity is there?
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((MY NAME'S JERRY CHANCE. I'M WITH J-P-S. WE'RE CLOSING DOWN IN JUNE.))
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Jerry Chance is seeking a job not only for himself -- but for his co-workers who will also be unemployed next month.
He sees openings at Mod-U-Kraf, First National Bank, Carilion, furniture, construction and welding factories.
Most start at about eight dollars an hour.
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((WE NEED JOBS THAT WILL STAY HERE WITH US NOT WHERE YOU'LL WORK SIX MONTHS GET LAID OFF AND LOOK FOR WORK FOR SIX MONTHS.)) ((I WAS JUST GOING TO SEE WHAT FRANKLIN COUNTY HAS TO OFFER BEFORE I HAD TO GO OUT OF THE COUNTY. AND I'D RATHER WORK HERE.))
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In a couple weeks -- Franklin County may have a lot more to offer.
Tonight at six, see what it's doing to snag high-tech companies from Northern Virginia.
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The Central Appalachian region is running out of coal.
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A Maryland consulting company says the region will run out of coal in 27 years.
The regions is made up of southern West Virginia, Southwest Virginia, eastern Kentucky and northwest Tennessee.
The firm based its conclusion on current production numbers.
West Virginia's Coal Association president says he has not seen the report, but the 27 year timeline is shorter than other previous predictions.
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If it looks like Harris Teeter...And its employees act like Harris Teeter's ...
It must be Kroger!
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Four new Krogers opened up in old Harris Teeter stores today.
On Brambleton Avenue in Roanoke County ... shoppers noticed not much had changed- except for the welcoming committees handing out Kroger stickers to kids.
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((PAM COOGAN: IT'S NICE ... I HAVEN'T SEEN THIS BEFORE ... IT'S NICE. HELEN KOHNE: VERY IMPRESSED ... IT'S ALL LAID OUT THE SAME. I DIDN'T HAVE TO HUNT FOR THINGS OR WANDER AROUND. IRVIN WALDRON: I GOT SOME GOOD BARGAINS TODAY. I GOT SIX EARS OF CORN FOR A BUCK. THAT'S CHEAPER THAN I CAN RAISE IT UP ON THE FARM.))
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Kroger employees are going out of their way to be friendly .. because that's what so many shoppers said they liked about the old Harris Teeters.
Kroger will have reopened a total of nine stores by the end of the week.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans will have some recipes that will keep the fat out of your diet and your swimsuit.
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With warmer weather upon us, you might be trying to slim down so you can fit into last year's bathing suit, but all those cookouts and picnics aren't helping.
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Patrick Evans is in the Hometown Kitchen with some healthful meals--including desserts--that will help you fight the "battle of the bulge".
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Coming up in Sports, it's time for another championship tournament in Salem,
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In Medical News, a researcher has a message for insurance companies, experimental treatments can be cost effective,

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Plus -- A University of Virginia doctor is bringing new drug therapy to cardiac patients in Southwest Virginia.
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((MICHAEL FENSTER/CLINICAL RESEARCH DIRECTOR: WE WANTED TO CONTINUE THAT DOWN HERE AND BE ABLE TO PROVIDE FOR PATIENTS THE ABILITY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE LATEST TRIALS.))
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Doctors in San Antonio, Texas are testing an alternative to insulin shots.
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Diabetics rely on injected insulin to keep their blood sugar levels under control.
But if a new form of inhalable insulin proves successful, that could become a thing of the past.
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((THIS IS A RATHER NOVEL APPROACH WHERE YOU INJECT YOU PUFF THE INSULIN. SOME OF IT IS ABSORBED I THE BACK OF THE THROAT, AND THEN YOU SWALLOW THE REST, IT'S ABSORBED, THE REST IN YOUR STOMACH. OH EVERYONE'S VERY FAVORABLE. YOU TELL THEM "YOU DON'T HAVE TO TAKE A SHOT...AND THEY SAY...OH YEAH SIGN ME UP"))
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The hope is the more convient delivery system will increase the number of people who stick with their insulin treatments.
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((TEN YEARS AGO, IF I HAD BEEN DIAGNOSED AS A DIABETIC, THER WOULD HAVE BEEN NO OTHER CHOICE THAN TO TAKE INSULIN INJECTIONS...SEE? IN THE FUTURE YOU'LL HAVE A CHOICE..))
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The tests are in the very early stages. If the oral insulin is proven effective, it could be on the market within three years.
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Patients in Southwest Virginia are getting access to the latest innovations and treatments for cardiovascular disease.
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The University of Virginia and the Roanoke-based cardiac foundation are bringing clinical trials to people living in the area. The first volunteer was enrolled in the experimental studies in December and now there are 25 patients testing three different treatment methods. The tests right now are looking at various medications to treat and prevent heart damage during cardiac surgery. Doctor Michael Fenster says clinical trials in Roanoke will make it easier for local residents to get new drugs to treat heart disease.
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((DR. MICHAEL FENSTER/CLINICAL RESEARCH DIRECTOR: BUT FOR PATIENTS TO TRAVEL AND THE EXPENSE OF TRAVEL, THEY JUST COULDN'T PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THE STUDIES, SO I THINK THAT WE'RE ABLE TO HELP PEOPLE BY INVOLVING PEOPLE IN STUDIES WHERE THEY POTENTIALLY GAIN A LOT OF BENEFIT WHERE THEY DIDN'T HAVE THE OPTION TO PARTICIPATE.))
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Fenster says his affiliation with U-V-A will also help local doctors with the latest information about new technologies.
If you are interested in participating in the cardiac testing contact your cardiologist or call the Cardiac Foundation at 540-982-8204.
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New research is suggesting experimental cancer treatments aren't as expensive as insurance companies think.
Many medical plans refuse to cover experimental treatments for cost reasons.
But a Mayo Clinic researcher says the difference in cost is only about 247 dollars a month.
Oncologist Steve Alberts says that amount is negligible.


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A powerful new Internet site that brings together doctors and patients could be the next step in medicine.
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[VO NAT] Healtheon is in talks with Web-M-D about a possible merger. Healtheon provides consumers and providers with a way to monitor insurance claims and to get referrals. Doctors can use it to order supplies and check lab results. Web-M-D offers extensive medical information, as well as prescriptions and other services. The Wall Street Journal says the merger would likely draw investment from some high-profile names such as Microsoft, Excite and Intel.
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Salem is gettting ready for some championship softball
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Welcome folks to the midweek ticker. The City of champions is once again hosting an NCAA title event this week.
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The Moyer Sports Complex is the site of this years N-C-Double-A division Two championship.
The teams arrived in the valley last night to a warm welcome. Well - it was warm for most of the teams.
Roy Stanley explains.
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((Two of the teams, Kennesaw State and California of Pennsylvania have both won division two national championships in Salem.
So, This afternoon's kickoff barbecue at the Moyers Sports complex was just another taste of southern hospitlity for those coaches and players.)) ((SCOTT WHITLOCK/KENNESAW STATE HEAD COACH:)) ((ROY STANDUP:)) ((FRANK CHEEK/HUMBOLDT STATE HEAD COACH:)) ((Nebraska-Kearney, Merrimack, Ferris State, North Dakota State and Alabama-Huntsville will also play in the double elimination Tournament.
More coming up at six.
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The Utah Jazz took a one game to nothing lead on the Portland Trail Blazers last night in their best of seven western conference semi-final.
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As expected it was a physical affair, but the Jazz handled the Blazers better than most expected. Watch Karl Malone score and offer the not so subtel back side elbow to Brian Grant's chin.
Grant would get up and come back, but the Blazers were unable to deliver a similar message later.
Rasheed Wallace gets whistled for the flagrant foul on Bryon Russell and the Jazz hold Portland to just five points in the second half to win game one 93-to-83.
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Coming up at six some afternoon soccer highlights from the RVD tournament.
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Plus, Gordon and Nemechek check in from Busch practice in Charlotte.
Take care everybody and have a safe night.

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Now that Star Wars has finally opened, many people are wondering what motivated the most dedicated fans to wait hours in lines for tickets?
If that seems extreme what do you think about fans who named their children Luke and Darth?
Bill Logan reports.
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(( ALL'S QUIET OUTSIDE THIS PINELLAS PARK HOME.. BUT INSIDE, IT'S THE VOYTECKI VORTEX OF STAR WARS STUFF.
"It just sucks you into the whole Star Wars universe, you can't get away from it."
TCHOTHCKES AND TRINKETS AND SOUVENIRS CROWD THE SHELVES IN KEVIN VOYTECKI'S STAR WARS ROOM.. A STASH STARTED 22 YEARS AGO WHEN HE FIRST SAW THE FIRST STAR WARS MOVIE WHEN HE WAS NINE:

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"My wife has told me numerous times I have never grown up and one day she hopes I do, but I told her I don't think it's possible."
BUT ALL IS POSSIBLE IN LOVE AND STAR WARS.. MARRIED SINCE 1990-- KEVIN AND KAREN SOON HAD KIDS.. NAMED-- NO KIDDING-- LUKE AND DARTH:

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"Who are you named after? Oooooh Ahhhhh."

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"When he was younger, he would say oooooh ahhhh because Darth Vader would say ooooh ahhhh, so we didn't understand it until I caught it and said, 'you mean Darth Vader?' and he said yeah."
THE COOL THING ABOUT HAVING A DAD WHO HAS ALL THE COOL "STAR WARS" TOYS IS THAT YOU'VE GOT ALL THE "STAR WARS" TOYS.. THE BAD PART IS HE'S STILL A DAD.

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"Yeah.. every day he wants a toy, a Star WArs surprise and sometimes I give in more often than I should."
BUT HE'S NOT GIVING IN FOR THIS PREQUEL PREMIERE.. WHILE MOM AND DAD WILL GO, THE KIDS ARE STAYING HOME.

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Pleeeeeeease... I know."
AT LEAST THERE WILL BE PLENTY TO PLAY WITH. IN PINELLAS PARK, BILL LOGAN FOR CBS NEWS.))
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