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Today on News 7 at 5, a ruling by the State Supreme Court could mean new trials for thousands of young offenders,
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And investigators search for what sparked a fatal fire on a Washington waterway.
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Sharply cooler weather has invaded the region, and we'll stay well out of the nineties for some time to come. There are some strong storms in West Virginia that we'll look at on the doppler.

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The Roanoke medical community responses to the needs of patients half way around the world.
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And we'll brush up on the latest cavity treatments in tonight's health check report.
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[5-Juvenile-conviction]


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An important ruling from the state Supreme Court today underscores the need for BOTH parents to be notified when a juvenile is arrested and charged with a serious crime.
While this case involves a teenager in Stafford County- -north of Fredericksburg, a ROANOKE teenager will get also got a new trial as a result of today's decision.
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Jawawn (juh-WAHN) Hale shot and killed a man last year. But the defendant's father wasn't notified when the prosecution sought to have him tried as an adult. Hale's father would have been easy enough to find: he's serving time in Pulaski.
Though Hale gets a new trial, the legislature has changed the law again- -effective July first, requiring only ONE parent to be notified.
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((RAY LEVIN/PUBLIC DEFENDER: I WOULD THINK IF WE'RE REALLY INTERESTED IN FAMILY INVOLVEMENT IN JUVENILE ISSUES, THAT WE WILL CONTINUE TO TRY TO AT LEAST GIVE NOTICE TO BOTH PARENTS OF ACTIONS WE'RE TAKING THAT INVOLVE A CHILD, ESPECIALLY SUCH A SIGNIFICANT ACTION. KEITH HUMPHRY/NEWS 7: ...as locking them up? LEVIN: CORRECT. OR TREATING THEM AS ADULTS AT AGE 15, 16, 17.))
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Hale was 15 when he killed Mike Andrews. He can still be tried as an adult, but his case begins with a clean slate.
So even if Hale is convicted again, he might get less than the 14-year sentence he got last time.


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Still no word on what sparked a huge gasoline fire and explosion in Washington State.
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Three people died including two ten year old boys.
Thousands of gallons of gasoline leaked from a pipleline into a Bellingham Washington creek and somehow exploded-
The line had been shut down while the Olympic Pipeline company investigated computer errors- Employees later tried to restart the line but could not get pressure- indicating a leak.
Authorities don't know what caused the fire - They can't get to the scene because it's still too hot.
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As Serb troops are moving OUT of Kosovo and NATO Troops prepare to move in- the President took some time to talk with American troops today.
Lisa Hughes has more.
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((After touring the B-2's at Whiteman Air Force Base_ President Clinton thanked the men and women who helped the allies achieve their goals_of getting the Serbs out of Kosovo and paving the way for both peacekeepers and returning refugees. President Clinton MILOSEVIC ACCEPTED THOSE CONDITIONS FOR ONE REASON_YOU MADE HIM DO IT!!! applause) There was cheering overseas as well.
Madeleine assuming "Rocky" pose) A jubilant Madeleine Albright celebrated the end of the war with refugees in Macedonia who treat her like a celebrity.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH_WE ARE GRATEFUL
She, too, praised American troops for their effort to stop ethnic cleansing in a troubled province.
Madeleine Albright, Sec. of State, YOU ARE BRINGING IT A NEW HISTORY_A HISTORY WHERE PEOPLE OF KOSOVO WILL BE ABLE TO GO HOME AND LIVE FREE IN THEY WAY THEY WANT TO LIVE Serb troops continue their withdrawl from Kosovo. But the activity causing the most commotion came from Russian soldiers seen moving toward Kosovo in a convoy. Russia says it's peacekeepers won't answer to NATO. But it also now says these troops will not move in until there's an agreement with the allies. That's still being worked out. All sides seem to agree the work in Kosovo is really just beginning. Doug Henderson/British Armed Forces Min. THE PROCESS OF REBUILDING, AS I THINK ALL OF US KNOW WILL TAKE YEARS BUT THE PROCESS OF HEALING COULD TAKE GENERATIONS And the entire process comes with risk for the peacekeepers_the first of whom expect to be in Kosovo by this time tomorrow.


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Robert E. Lee's mural may NOT be hanging on the Richmond floodwall-- but his image will be hailed at the State Capitol this weekend.
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Following last week's Confederate protests in Richmond, Governor Jim Gilmore's administration has issued a rally permit to the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
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The rally would be at the State Capitol Bell Tower at 2 P-M on Sunday.
We asked the Governor whether Lee's mural should have been removed from the floodwall.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WELL I THINK-- THERE ARE TWO THOUGHTS THAT I HAVE. THE FIRST IS THAT WE ARE AN INCLUSIVE VIRGINIA. WE'RE TRYING TO BRING EVERYONE TOGETHER TO LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND NOT TO THE PAST. AND THAT IS WHAT WE ARE DOING. BUT AT THE SAME TIME, WE HAVE A RIGHT TO REMEMBER WHAT THE HISTORY OF VIRGINIA IS. ALL PARTS OF IT.))
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A citizen advisory committee will recommend to the Richmond Historic Riverfront Foundation what to do about the Lee mural.
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Coming up after this break, we'll see what Virginia's commemorative quarter is going to look like,
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but first a small college in Washington State has created a large controversy by inviting a convicted murderer to speak at its commencement.
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Today on Health Check, new research for parents about a popular combination vaccine.
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and we'll see what lengths some people will go to to get some free Bill Cosby tickets.[5-Abu-Jamal]


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The graduating seniors at a small Washington state college are having a commencement ceremony they'll never forget.
Their selection of a convicted murderer as a commencement speaker has angered people from coast to coast.
Manuel Gallegus explains.
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((GRADUATION DAY AT EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE IN WASHINGTON STATE ISN'T GOING AS EXACTLY AS PLANNED. PARENTS, POLITICIANS AND DEMONSTRATORS ARE ANGRY BECAUSE STUDENTS INVITED A DEATH ROW INMATE TO SPEAK AT THE CEREMONY.

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THE CONVICTED MURDERER IS MUMIA ABU-JAMAL. HE IS ON DEATH ROW FOR KILLING A PHILADELPHIA POLICE OFFICER IN 1981. THE FORMER BLACK PANTHER AND JOURNALIST CLAIMS HE WAS WRONGFULLY CONVICTED BY A RACIST JUSTICE SYSTEM. MANY CELEBRITIES FROM ED ASNER TO JESSE JACKSON SUPPORT HIM.
BECAUSE HE SYMBOLIZES THE ANTI-DEATH PENALTY MOVEMENT, THE COLLEGE ASKED ABU JAMAL TO SEND A TAPED SPEECH.

-SOT- JANE JARVIS, PRES. EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE

"the law, our law preserves his right to speak. He has used that right to galvanize the kind of international conversation about a number of issues."
THE OFFICER'S WIDOW IS OUTRAGED. SHE IS AT THE COLLEGE TO PROTEST.

-SOT-MAUREEN FAULKNER, WIDOW OF MURDERED POLICE OFFICER.


WASHINGTON'S GOVERNOR GARY LOCKE CANCELED HIS APPEARANCE AT THE CEREMONY. AND U.S. CONGRESSMAN TOM DELAY OF TEXAS CALLED FOR A MOMENT OF SILENCE ON THE HOUSE FLOOR.

-SOT-CONGRESSMAN TOM DELAY, (R) TEXAS

"it's a wonder why we have school shootings_ this is part of the problem.
ABU-JAMAL IS AWAITING EXECUTION. HIS CASE IS ON APPEAL TO THE U.S. SUPREME COURT. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES. ))

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A Roanoke man jailed for allegedly hitting a woman with his car may face more serious charges.
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[TAKE PINNACLE PAGE FULL]
Orlando Nolasco is accused of malicious wounding right now.
But the woman who was injured has now died.
Charlotte Martinez has been in the hospital since the incident Memorial Day weekend.
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Police will be consulting with prosecutors to determine what charges Nolasco will face.

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Witnesses say they heard gunshots for an hour this afternoon in Northwest Roanoke.
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The shots came from a house in the 11-hundred block of Orange Avenue.
When police got there, they saw a man standing in the window, holding a shotgun.
37-year old Wilbur Lewis Shears apparently was shooting the gun at random.
He was charged with firing a gun in the city.
Police said nobody was hurt ... and as far as they could tell, nothing provoked the shooting.
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It's called the cradle of democracy in the New World.
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Now a design depicting Jamestown is the Governor's choice for the back of the quarter commemorating Virginia.
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((WELL I LIKED IT. NO, UH, FIRST OF ALL WE ...LISTENED TO THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA....ALSO WHAT I WANTED TO DO.))
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The Governor says the 400th anniversary of Jamestown, in 2007, can best be promoted internationally with the design on the quarter.
The losing designs were Mount Vernon, the State Capitol, and Colonial Williamsburg.
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If you were wondering
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if Bill Cosby has any fans in the Valley, all we can say is the proof is in the pudding. We'll have that story a little later in the newscast.
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Coming in Sports, Steve Mason will check in with the Roanoke Wrath.
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Next on health check -- is a common childhood vaccine safe?
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Plus -- medical supplies and charitable hands are on their way to a mission trip in Africa.
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((DIANE D'ORAZIO/ORGANIZER: WE DON'T HAVE ANY HUMAN DOCTORS GOING, I'M A VETERNARIAN, SO I'M THE ONLY DOCTOR GOING.))
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[5-Laser-Dentist]


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Treating gum disease can be a painful procedure. But now technology is helping dentists put away their scalpels in favor of a painless laser beam.
Julie Chen reports.
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A British medical study is reassuring parents about a combination vaccine.
The study found NO evidence of a link between the controversial measles-mumps-and rubella vaccine and autism.
Millions of children around the globe receive the vaccine.
There have been reports of a number of adverse side effects- including autism.
But after checking the records of hundreds of British children, researcher say they've found no added risk.
A doctor with the World Health Organization calls it a sensible study with clear results.

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11 members of the South Roanoke United Methodist Church congregation are donating time, energy and a ton of medical supplies to a fellow church in Africa.
Even though they don't leave for the mission trip for a couple of weeks -- the work has already begun.
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((WATCH YOUR HANDS!)) [RUNS:04] These helping hands are loading medical supplies to be shipped half way around the world to Kenya. The items were generosly donated by both Carilion and Lewis-Gale Hospitals.
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((DIANE D'ORAZIO/ORGANIZER: THE RESPONSE WAS OVERWHELMING, AND BEFORE WE KNEW IT, WE NEEDED A 20 FOOT FREIGHT CONTAINER.)) [RUNS:06]
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So the church rented this sea container that will take the 240 boxes about 40 days and 40 nights to arrive at their destination. The delivery includes everything from computers to wallkers and other essentials.
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((DIANE D'ORAZIO/ORGANIZER: WE'VE GOT AN OB DELIVERY TABLE THAT WAS DONATED BY LEWIS-GALE, THEY ALSO DONATED THE TWENTY MATTRESSES WHICH WILL HELP A LOT IN THE MATERNITY WARD AT THE HOSPITAL, RIGHT NOW THEY ARE SO OVERCROWDED THAT THEY HAVE TWO WOMEN LABORING PER BED, ROUND THE CLOCK.)) [RUNS:16]
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Bob Oakes and his wife visited the hospital in Kenya a year after it opened in 1987.
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((BOB OAKES/MISSIONARY: IT WAS AN AREA THAT HAD A LOT OF NEED AND WHEN THIS OPPORTUNITY CAME UP THIS YEAR I DECIDED I'D LIKE TO GO BACK AND SEE HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED AND SEE IF I COULD HELP MAKE THEM BETTER.)) [RUNS:13]
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The medical professionals leave for East Africa July 9th and return to Roanoke the 23rd.
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There's a familar face leading the way in Michigan.
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Here's Steve Mason with the Two Minute Ticker.[S5-Qualify]


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Thank you ladies and good afternoon everybody welcome to the two minute ticker.
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Jeff Gordon will lead the field when the green flag drops for the Kmart 400 at the Michigan Speedway.
Gordon turned in a speed of 186 point 945 miles an hour for the pole position. Ernie Irvan will start on the outside and here's a look at the top 25.
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The list of Golfers with a chance to win this years hall of fame is long.
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Matt Chandler a junior at Franklin county High School is on the list.
As is Brian Agee a former Valley amateur winner.
But folks let's not forget the old man in the field, 61 year old Dan Keffer.
Keffer is playing as well as most 21 year olds. Earlier this week he won the State Senior Stroke Play Championship by five shots.
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When Keffer teed off late this afternoon the best score on the board was 77 5 over par.
Roy Stanley will have more coming up at six.

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The Roanoke Wrath takes on South Carolina tonight at 7:30 at Victory Stadium. The Shamrocks are in first place in the D3 Pro League's Atlantic Division with a 3 and 2 record.
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The Wrath will have to contend with the top offensive team in the division. South Carolina scored 7 goals last week on 13 shots to beat Northern Virginia. The Shamrocks are averaging 4 goals a game while Roanoke is giving up about two a contest. The Wrath is confident.
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That's it for sports. have a great weekend.

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Bill Cosby's in town tonight and some of his fans were willing to get down and dirty for tickets.
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This morning--radio station Q-99 gave them the chance when the Breakfast Club hid a tiny button in an inflatable pool filled with chocolate pudding. Four listeners won a chance to wallow in the pool to find it. The reward was a pair of fifth row seats to see Cosby. It took a few minutes to wade through the muck, but Curtis Shell of Vinton finally emerged the winner.. The other three who tried, got tickets to Gallagher--who's also in town this weekend. With the contest over--D-J Dick Daniels even took the plunge.
You'll notice Patrick Evans remained safely on the sidelines far away from the mess.
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