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Coming up today on News 7, NATO officials say they've found a place where Serb soldiers tortured and killed ethnic
Albanians.
The Ten Commandments could be heading to the nation's classrooms.
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and today's the day the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse begins its move to its new location.
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The light rain has moved out to be replaced by partly sunny skies and temperatures a bit below normal for this time of year. Details ahead.

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On health check -- U-V-A researchers are working on an edible vaccine. --
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while the government looks at alternatives to immunizing children for polio.
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British Troops appear to have found the makings of a torture chamber in Kosovo.
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The chamber was report edly found inside an abandoned Serb police station.
They discovered brass knuckes, knives and baseball bats.
One of the bats was labeled "mouth shutter" in Serbian.
Meanwhile refugees continue to hurry back home- despite the dangers.
Kimberly Dozier has more.
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((IT'S AN UNSTOPPABLE FLOOD, REFUGEES ARE BRAVING THE THREAT OF LANDMINES AND BOOBY TRAPS AND POURING BACK INTO KOSOVO BY THE THOUSANDS. FOR SOME, IT'S A HAPPY REUNION MADE POSSIBLE UNDER THE WATCHFUL EYE OF NATO.
BUT FOR OTHERS, LIKE GANIMEH BLAKSHOREH AND HER FAMILY, NATO'S PRESENCE HAS FAILED TO BRING BACK HER HUSBAND AND TWO BROTHERS. THEY WERE TAKEN TO THIS POLICE STATION TWO MONTHS AGO FOR ROUTINE QUESTIONING. THEY HAVEN'T BEEN SEEN SINCE. BRITISH PARATROOPERS TOOK THIS OVER FROM A LOCAL POLICE CAPTAIN WHEN THE SERBS PULLED OUT OF SOUTHERN KOSOVO YESTERDAY. THEY SAY THE CAPTAIN WAS QUITE FRIENDLY. THEN, THEY WENT INSIDE. LT. COL. NICK CLISSET, KFOR SPOKESMAN, "We believe this to be a paramilitary police sector headquarters. It's clear from what we found inside the building there are a number of weapons, knuckledusters and knives. WAR CRIMES INVESTIGATORS CARTED AWAY MUGSHOTS LIKE THESE AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN HOPES OF LINKING PERPETRATOR AND CRIME. THE MOST IMPORTANT PAPERS, THEY BELIEVE, WERE BURNED.
IT'S ONE MORE GRIM DISCOVERY FOR NATO TROOPS AS THEY FAN ACROSS THE LANDSCAPE, UNCOVERING EVERYTHING FROM THIS ROOM WHERE SERB SOLDIERS WERE SAID TO HAVE KILLED MORE THAN 50 PEOPLE, TO MASS GRAVES, ALMOST ONE PER VILLAGE. THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS THIS IS WHAT THE BOMBING WAS ALL ABOUT. CLINTON IN PARIS, "It's been very moving to see people, mass graves, piles of documents.
THERE ARE FOUR MORE DAYS TO GO BEFORE SERB TROOPS ENTIRELY VACATE THIS PROVINCE, AND MONTHS IF NOT YEARS BEFORE THE WORLD KNOWS THE FULL EXTENT OF WHAT HAPPENED HERE. KIMBERLY DOZIER, CBS NEWS, PRISTINA, KOSOVO.))


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The U-S Supreme Court says the state can reschedule the execution of the man who killed a local woman in 1990.
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Tommy David Strickler murdered 19-year old Leanne Whitlock of Roanoke after abducting the J-M-U student from a Harrisonburg shopping mall.
Attorneys for Strickler argued his rights were violated when prosecutors withheld evidence Strickler claims would have helped his case.
The Supreme Court disagreed and said Virginia authorities could set an execution date.
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Schools could post the ten commandments under a measure passed by the House today.
The amendment would let the states decide whether to put the Ten Commandments up in schools and other government buildings.
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The measure is just part of a juvenile crime bill.
Most of the debate pitted Democrats against Republicans- who called for new restrictions and warning labels on entertainment.
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((ALL WE'RE ASKING FOR IS NOT TO BAN THESE PRODUCTS BUT TO HAVE UNIFORM LABELING SYSTEM MUCH LIKE WE HAVE ON FOOD SAFETY PRODUCTS MUCH LIKE WE HAVE ON CIGARETTES.))
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The house though failed to pass new labeling rules for games and movies-

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A simple question like--What's your address? isn't as simple as it sounds when it comes to Bedford County.
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Old route 6-55 is now called Diamond Hill Road.
Along with a new street name comes new house numbers--all of this is to accomodate emergency 9-1-1 calls.
Now some residents have to change their house numbers for a second time.
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((MICHAEL SALERNO/ RESIDENT: THERE WAS QUITE A BIT OF CONFUSION AS TO THE NUMBERS. THERE WAS QUITE A FEW PEOPLE DOWN THE ROAD THAT HAD THEIR NUMBERS CHANGED.))
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Two years ago the county began readdressing houses but some were out of order.
So recently it hired another contractor to fix that numbering.
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((JOHN ROLFE/ COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR: WE'VE HAD TO CHANGE ABOUT FIVE PERCENT, BUT I MEAN, THAT WAS THE WHOLE PURPOSE OF THIS--WAS TO FIND THE ONES THAT ARE WRONG AND CORRECT THEM NOW.))
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The company currently working on the addresses is also in the process of changing Botetourt County.


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If you spent extra money to buy (Di-vix) DIVX video player, you're out of luck. In just a moment we'll tell you what's happening with the video format.
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and it's moving day for the country's tallest lighthouse. Coming up next we'll tell you why it is a slow move for the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.
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Can sleepless nights lead to greater problems for children? We'll take a look today on Health Check.
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We'll have that and Patrick Evans will preview this weekend's Lebanese Cultural Festival in Roanoke.[5-lighthouse]


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The National Park Service is preparing to move North Carolina's Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Beach erosions has endangered the 128 year old structure.
The plan is to move it back from the eroding beach.
Lee Cowan has more on the slow process.
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One year ago, Richmond-based Circuit City promised to revolutionize the way you watch movies at home.
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Now the retail electronics giant is admitting defeat.
Circuit City has pulled the plug on DIVX (DIV-ix).
The machines were supposed to be a better idea than D-V-D-- but proved too complex to appeal to consumers.
The idea was to buy movie discs, instead of renting, and your machine would bill you if you watched the movie again-- by dialing in through a phone line to check your viewing habits.
Circuit City is offering 100- dollar rebates to people who bought the DIVX machines.
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Family, friends and colleagues gathered today to remember the FOUNDING dean of Virginia Tech's College of Veterinary science.
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A ceremony was held on the Huckleberry Trail-- where the Rotary Club of Blacksburg along with the town and university have established a memorial park in honor of Richard Talbot.
Talbot served as dean of the vet school for ten years-- having played a VITAL role in getting the program off the ground in the early 70's.
He was killed in a plane crash five years ago.
Talbot's wife, Jane, says the trail is a fitting place for a memorial because the two enjoyed taking walks there.
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((JANE TALBOT: I AM TOUCHED, IT'S NOT EVERYONE THAT GETS TO LEAVE BEHIND SUCH A TANGIBLE THING AND DICK HAS GOT HIS MARK ON THE COMMUNITY.))
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The gazebo was donated and built by students at Blacksburg High school.
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Roanoke's Lebanese community is preparing for a grand festival this weekend. Patrick Evans has managed to get us a sneak preview.
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Roanoke is a tapestry of people from very diverse cultural origins, and this weekend one group in particular will be celebrating it's heritage.
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Patrick Evans joins us from St. Elias Church, where preparations are underway for a Lebanese Festival, and Patrick, I'll bet there's food...
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Today in Sports, a member of the N-F-L Hall of Fame is arrested and accused of making terrorist threats. Steve Mason will have the details in a moment.
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On health check -- Money problems hit the only hospital in Patrick County -- what does that mean for patients?
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Plus -- new research offers answers for getting children to bed on time and just why it's so important.
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Lewis Gale this week closed its health care clinic in Shawsville.
But it doesn't appear the building will be vacant for very long.
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A Lewis Gale spokeswoman says the company decided to close the office because its two doctors were leaving.
But she says letters were sent to patients notifying them of the changes and informing them of Lewis Gale's other clinics that they could turn to for health care.
The Shawsville clinic closed yesterday but a Carilion spokesperson says the company will be leasing the building and opening a clinic there beginning June 28th.

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The financial flu that's plaguing Patrick County's only hospital has claimed two high-ranking victims.
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President and C-E-O John Faulkner is stepping down.
Earlier this month he told News-7 that Patrick Community Hospital was having serious money problems.
The hospital is running a debt of more than three-million dollars.
Yesterday, its board of trustees accepted Faulkner's resignation.
It also announced that the hospital's chief financial officer is leaving.
The board said this shakeup won't stop patients from getting the care they need.
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As the days of summer continue to get longer, many children find it's hard to get to sleep.
And new research is showing that can cause more serious problems than just a cranky child.
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Experts at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago found those children were 25 percent more likely to have psychiatric problems.
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((THEIR ATTENTION SPAN IS POOR. THEY HAVE SIGNIFICANT IMPULSE CONTROL PROBLEM. THEY HAVE DIFFICULTY SITTING STILL.))


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Some suggestions to help children fall asleep.
Put the blinds down earlier, making it darker in the house.
Keep wake up times consistent.
Also avoid what doctors call the weekend pattern.
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((THEY'LL GO TO BED LATER AND THEY GET UP LATER. BECAUSE THEY CAN SLEEP IN THE MORNING. MONDAY MORNING COMES AROUND AND THEY'RE REQUIRED TO GET IN THE BED EARLY, AND IT VERY DIFFICULT FOR THEM TO FALL ASLEEP.))
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The quickest tip-off to a sleep problem is how long it takes your child to fall asleep.
Most children should fall nod off in 20-to-30 minutes
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University of Virginia researchers are developing an edible vaccine to prevent a common parasite from killing an estimated 100-thousand people a year. Doctors say if an edible vaccine works to prevent the parasitic ameba disease -- then similar ones could be used for infections like the flu.
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But not all vaccines are best taken by mouth. A federal advisory panel says the polio vaccine -- given orally -- should no longer be used. The panel says children may end up accidentally getting polio from the weakened live virus formula. Officials suggest a killed virus form that is given by injection. The alternative is safer, but does not provide the same level of protection.
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About one child in two-point-four million cases gets polio from a vaccination.



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Today in Sports, Hall of Famer Jim Brown is in trouble with the law.
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good afternoon everyone, welcome to your ticker.
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The wife of former football great Jim Brown said yesterday that she overreacted by calling police following an argument between her and her husband in which he arrested on suspicion of making a terrorist threat.
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brown posted 50 thousand dollars bail, despite his wife's testimony that she was in no harm.

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Many of the top tennis players in the state and the Mid Atlantic region are in Lynchburg this weekend for the Central Virginia Invitational Tennis Tournament.
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The morning rounds at the Oakwood Country club were postponed because of a steady rain.
Tournament officials expected to get the first round in before the day ends.
And that would definitely please Group Three A champion Dustin West and his teammates of E.C. Glass.
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Weather permitting, The tournament is scheduled for the outdoor clay courts at Oakwood. Roy Stanley will have more coming up at six.

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The honors continue to roll in for Danville Racing legend Wendell Scott.
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His son Frank accepted South Boston speedway's presentation before the Busch Series race this past Saturday.
South Boston has erected a new tower named the Wendell Scott Tower.
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coming up at 6, we will here from Jeremy Mayfield and Bill Elliott on what they think about Pocono, have a great day

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The bells are back at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church in Roanoke.
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Many people grew up hearing the ring of the church bells.
Ten cast iron bells hung in this tower almost a century ago --now they're a little more high tech.
The church has raised 41-thousand-dollars for a new digital set.
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They've traded the romance of physical bells for technology.
This keyboard has six different sets of bells -- it would take a tower the size of Big Ben to hold just one of the bells.
The church will hold an outdoor, inaugural concert July 11th.
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