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It's election day in some primary races today-
We'll have a live report.
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The case opens against the man charged with a fatal bombing more than 2- decades ago.
Today prosectors talk about an alleged motive.
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On health check -- the heat can be dangerous for children playing in cars -- now automobile makers are making it safer.

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And Roanoke Valley residents are competeing for the chance to be in People magazine -- but have they got what it takes.

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It's not November but people are going to the polls today-
It's primary day in the Commonwealth.
Many people say today's GOP Primary will decide who is the next sheriff of Botetourt County.
But voters in Roanoke county, Bedford and Craig County are also picking a Republican to challenge delegate Dick Cranwell.
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Tina Tenret is in Roanoke County at William Byrd High School- with the latest.
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Giles County's embattled prosecutor is seeking reelection.
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Garland Spangler will be on the ballot, this November.
His term in office has been filled with ups and downs.
He's currently under investigation by the Virginia State bar for allegedly mishandling several criminal cases.
In one instance-- Spangler lost a rape case after waiting too long to prosecute the suspect.
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Spangler will have competition.
Patrick Muldoon and Philip Steele are also running for the prosecutor's job.

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The motive was money. That's what lawyers for the state of West Virginia told jurors today as they opened their case against a former Covington resident charged with fatally bombing a man 23 years ago.
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Scott Goldberg is at the trial and joins us this afternoon from the Greenbrier County Courthouse.
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A Wythe County woman accused of trying to kill her romantic rival asked a judge this morning to release her on bond.
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34-year old Julia Alderman was arrested by Pulaski police last month after she allegedly tried to convince three women to commit murder.
Sources say Alderman was having an affair with a married man and that she wanted his wife dead.
Prosecutors say Alderman talked about having the woman beaten to death for one thousand dollars-- so that she could have the house, the car and the man.
Alderman's lover apparently did not know about the alleged scheme.
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Judge Ed Turner did NOT make an immediate decision concerning bond.
Instead he ordered an evaluation to determine if Alderman is mentally stable. [(toss to R)]
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The heat wave will make it a short day for many schools again tomorrow.
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Bedford County will close two hours early on Wednesday AND Thursday. There's also a change in the awards ceremonies at Bedford Middle School; 7th grade will be at 9am; 8th grade at 10am.
Campbell County will close two hours early for the rest of the school year.
Danville dismisses students two hours early tomorrow.
Pittsylvania County schools will close at 1pm Wednesday and Thursday.
Henry County will keep the same schedule tomorrow as it did today: elementary schools closing at 11:45, middle schols at 12:30 and high schools at 12:45.
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Western nations make another attempt to end the conflict in Kosovo. We'll have that next.
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and we'll tell you why it could soon take a ticket AND a driver's license to get into some movies.
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Leaders of the Western world and Russia today agreed on a U-N resolution to end the war in Kosovo-
The Pentagon confirms the Serbs are finally making preparations to pull out of Kosovo.
Lisa Hughes has more.
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(( Even as G-8 leaders worked out the details of a U-N draft resolution_NATO warplanes attacked military targets in Serbia and Kosovo. Now allied leaders say the airstrikes will stop just BEFORE the U-N adopts the resolution but only if Serb forces start withdrawing. Jamie Shea/NATO Spokesman IF MILOSEVIC WANTS TO DRAG THINGS OUT THAT IS HIS DECISION. HE WILL PAY A PRICE.
The price is unmistakable. Bombing has continued since military talks broke down over the weekend between NATO leaders and Yugoslav commanders. NATO wants all Serb forces out of Kosovo in seven days. Refugees may wonder whether it will ever really happen.
They'll go home only once peacekeepers have secured the province. As part of the G-8 agreement Russia WILL join the peacekeeping force. But will Russian troops answer to NATO? Even the President says it's unlikely. I DON'T EXPECT THAT TO HAPPEN. BUT I DO EXPECT THERE WILL BE AN ACCEPTABLE LEVEL OF COORDINATION THE WAY IT WORKED OUT IN BOSNIA. The draft has been sent to New York and now requires a U-N security council vote. Kofi Annan/U-N Secretary General I HOPE THE HURDLES WILL NOT BE NSURMOUNTABLE. Allied leaders hope they've already crossed one hurdle. Members of the Kosovo Liberation Army who've been fighting against Yugoslav rule are now promising not to attack Serb troops once the withdrawl finally begin))

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If you want to go to an R-rated movie get ready to fork over your I-D.
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President Clinton announced the new policy today to keep kids out of violent, suggestive movies.
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((WHEN YOU DROP THEM OFF YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT YOUR G-RATED KIDS GETTING INTO A VIOLENT OR SUGGESTIVE R-RATED MOVIE. TOO OFTEN CHILDREN DO GET PAST THE TICKET COUNTER UNESCORTED AND UNDERAGE.))
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The Association that controls about two thirds of the nations movie screens adopted the new policy.
This is the latest effort by the White House to cut back on the culture of violence among youth that many say pervades modern day society.
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Opera Fans have a lot to like forward to this weekend. Up next Patrick Evans previews the production of Cinderella.

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Opera Roanoke is turning to the pages of a Fairy Tale for its latest stage endeavor.
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Our own Prince Charming, Patrick Evans, has the story of Cinderella, which opens this week on Olin Hall's main stage at Roanoke College.
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Coming up today in Sports, Sammy Sosa is still reaching the bleachers.
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The "Got Milk" mustache mobile rolled through town today looking for the next calcium celebrity.
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And participants are not only getting a shot at fame -- but also at a healthier future.
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Eleven young people died last year as a result of suffocation after they were accidentially locked in car trunks.
Now automakers are developing what they hope are almost fool proof methods of preventing such tragedies in the future.
Drew Levinson has more from Detroit.
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THE WORLD'S LARGEST AUTOMAKER UNVEILED AN INFRARED SENSING DEVICE. USING MOTION AND HEAT SENSORS, IT AUTOMATICALLY OPENS A CAR TRUNK IF ANYONE'S TRAPPED INSIDE.
THREE YEARS AGO JENNETT FENNEL AND HER HUSBAND WERE ABDUCTED AND THROWN INTO THE TRUNK OF THEIR CAR.

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No one whether an adult victim of a crime or a child playing an innocent game of hide and seek should ever go through that nightmare."

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LAST SUMMER PAUL SMITH LIVED THAT NIGHTMARE.

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HIS TWO LITTLE GIRLS, TWO NIECES AND A NEIGHBOR WERE TRAPPED AND DIED WHILE PLAYING IN THE TRUNK OF A CAR IN SALT LAKE CITY.

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"There was no way out at all, even for an adult, couldn't get out."

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"Last year 11 children died in this country after crawling into trunks to play. Since 1970 nearly 12-hundred people have been locked inside trunks either unintentionally or by criminals . 260 of them died."

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THOUGH THE INFRARED SYSTEM WON'T BE STANDARD ON GM CARS UNTIL THE YEAR 2002, THE COMPANY HAS ALREADY BEGUN INSTALLING MANUAL HANDLES INTO THE TRUNKS OF CARS ALREADY ON THE ROAD.

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"It's a smart move by General Motors to get ahead of the federal mandate for trunk release latches in the future and we'd like to see all manufacturers offer them as soon as possible."
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"Got Milk" -- One of the most popular and successful ad campaings to get people to drink the white stuff is searching the country for a few good mustaches. Today the milk mustache mobile is in the Roanoke Valley to pick the cream of the crop.
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(( Dozens of wannabe celebs showed off their frothiest faces.
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((JERRY GLEASON/MILK MUSTACHE CAMPAIGN: WE HAVE OUR BLOOD PRESSURE TEST TODAY, WHICH SHOWS OVER 50-MILLION AMERICANS DO SUFFER FROM HYPERTENSION AND IT'S BEEN SHOWN THAT DRINKING LOW FAT MILK WITH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DAILY, EIGHT SERVINGS, WITH THREE GLASSES OF MILK CAN HELP REDUCE YOUR RISK FOR HYPERTENSION.))
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If you missed it today in Rocky Mount, the milk mustache mobile is at the Krogers on Rutgers Street in Roanoke until 7:00 tonight and will be in Lychburg tomorrow at the Kroger on Wards Road from 4:30 until 7:00.



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The Tuesday ticker begins on the hardwood with news of a new women's basketball coach at Liberty University.
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Carey Green, who was the women's assistant coach at Clemson University will take over the Flames' program that has dominated the Big Southin recent years.
Green has been at Clemson for a dozen years and is 42 years old.
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He replaces Rick Reeves, who left Liberty in April to take over as the head coach at Southern Miss.
Reeves led the Flames 71 wins and just 16 losses in the past three years.
Several of the top players off of those teams will be back next season including Elena Kisaleva, along with Sharon and Sara Wilkerson the backbone of the team.
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Green knows plenty about winning. He's been a part of 269 wins at Clemson and he has recruited 39 all-state high school players.
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The NBA playoffs take a rest tonight in the east. The Pacers evened up that best of seven series at two games a piece last night. Game five is tomorrow night in Indianapolis.

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Sammy Sosa continues to tear up the big leagues in the month of June. Last year he owned this page of the calendar and now he's doing it again.
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Last night he broke open a scoreless game in the fourth inning by jacking out this homerun to left field.
The 408 foot, two run shot is his 20th homerun of the season.
Sammy also played center field last night and watch him make the diving catch on the shallow fly ball off the bat of Andy Fox.
The Cubs won 7-to-6.
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The NHL Stanley Cup finals begin tonight in that traditional winter hot spot - Dallas, Texas as the Stars hosts the Sabres in game one.
Most of the experts think the Stars will win and not surrisingly
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so do the folks at 989 sports, the maker of the popular Playstation game, "NHL Faceoff 99."
They simulated the seven game series and Dallas won four games to two.
The game predicts the Stars will win tonight's game one 5-to-1.
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Coming up at tonight at six, we'll talk with NASCAR's Kyle Petty about a side of him you may not be familiar with - that of a philanthropist.
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That's coming up at six, but first Jean will wrap up News 7 at Five right after this short break.
Have a nice evening everybody. [take a break]

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In you're heading to Knoxville any time soon, you may want to stick your neck in the Zoo.
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If you do, it's newest resident may just stick her neck back out at you.
"Big Girl" ventured outdoors for the first time yesterday.
The baby giraffe was born Saturday to proud parents Magic and Miss.
Big Girl already lives up to her name. She stands six feet tall and weighs 150 pounds.
Zoo keepers say they will slowly introduce her to the zebras and other animals.
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