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Just ahead on News 7, Congress shoots down a gun control bill.
A company that opened to high hopes shuts down.
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And here's the place to work. The boss gives just about everyone a B-M-W.
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Some record lows may fall tonight. Get ready to bundle up as temperatures drop into the 40s.

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On health check -- More sick hikers on the Appalachain Trail -- health officials are trying to stop the spread of the highly contageous virus.
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And a new skin patch is helping restore women's libido.
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((INSTEAD OF BEING THE HOUSE OF THE PEOPLE. WE'VE BECOME THE WATER CARRIERS FOR THE NRA.))
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The House shoots down tougher gun control-

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Good Evening.
Last month Senators said yes to stronger gun control- but the house version watered down those proposals-
One provision would have actually weakened exsisting restrictions on gun show sales....
and that weakened Democratic support- as Lisa Hughes reports.
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THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION IS THE WINNER IN THE HOUSE BATTLE OVER GUN CONTROL.
LAWMAKERS DEFEATED A BILL THAT INCLUDED ABOUT A DOZEN AMENDMENTS, MEASURES RANGING FROM MANDATORY TRIGGER LOCKS FOR NEW GUNS TO A THREE DAY WAITING PERIOD FOR GUN SHOW SALES. SUPPORTERS OF TOUGHER GUN LAWS LED PASSIONATE DEBATE. REP. ROBERT WEXLER, D-FL, "America! The NRA and Charleston Heston are writing your gun laws. Where is your outrage?
IN THE END THERE WAS MORE THAN ENOUGH OUTRAGE TO GO AROUND. REPUBLICANS WHO SUPPORTED THE BILL BLASTED DEMOCRATS. REP. TOM DeLAY, R-TX, "It's obvious to me they were only interested in politics.
DEMOCRATS SAID THE BILL DIDN'T GO FAR ENOUGH. EVEN REPRESENTATIVE CAROLYN MCCARTHY VOTED NO. HER HUSBAND WAS KILLED BY A GUNMAN. SHE SUPPORTS GUN CONTROL BUT NOT THE AMENDMENT PASS AT MIDNIGHT THAT LOOSENES RESTRICTIONS ON GUN SHOW SALES. REP. CAROLYN MCCARTHY, D-NY, "It will be our jobs to fight again and we will fight again.
BUT WHEN? IN THE WAKE OF THE SHOOTINGS AT COLUMBINE, THE SENATE WAS UNDER PRESSURE TO PASS GUN CONTROL. NOW, SOME OF THAT MAY HAVE PASSED AND EACH POLIICAL PARTY IS BLAMING THE OTHER FOR A BILL THAT DIDN'T MAKE IT. REP. DEBORAH PRYCE, R-OH, "They turned their backs on the nation's children. They took their ball and went home."
REP. PETER DEFAZIO, D-OR, "It was a disgrace for this House of Representatives. HUGHES STANDUP CLOSE)

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A two day hostage standoff ends violently today- with the death of one hostage- another hostage is critically hurt.


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The standoff began Wednesday at Pennsylvania's largest mental institution in Norristown.
A 40 year old worker who was recently fired had been holding two of his former co-workers in a room- for the past two days.
Today police broke a window to get a better look-
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The suspect was apparently angry over being fiered from his job- He is also critically hurt- although police say they did not fire any shots at him.
Police believe the woman who died was the suspects former supervisor-
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A Henry County embroidering plant built with some cash from the county has closed its doors and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
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5 Bs (Five Bees), a company that embroiders athletic apparel, is asking for time to come up with a plan to pay back creditors.
Among those creditors is Henry County itself. The County helped 5-B's get off the ground in Beaver Creek Industrial Park two years ago.... offering hundreds of thousands of dollars in incentives.
At the time, 5-Bs promised to bring one-thousand new jobs to the area.
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((SHERRY RAMSEY/PATRICK HENRY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: IT'S REALLY NOT A BLOW AT ALL. 5 Bs HAS BEEN STRUGGLING FOR ABOUT SEVERAL MONTHS AND WHEN THEY CLOSED THE DOORS THIS WEEK THERE WERE ABOUT 10 TO 20 EMPLOYEES AND THE COMMUNITY HAS KNOWN FOR SOME TIME THAT THEY WERE IN TROUBLE.))
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Tonight at 6, we'll tell you what this news COULD mean for Henry County taxpayers.
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The Robert E. Lee dispute isn't over in Richmond. Still ahead, a secret meeting on what to do with the controversial mural.
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And a college famous for a horse program decides the horses don't belong there any more.
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Testosterone isn't just for men. Still ahead on healthcheck, a testosterone patch can help many women's love lives.


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And Patrick Evans is at the Virginia Museum of Transportion, where a big restoration project is in the works.[5-Koso


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US officials say an agreement has been reached between Defense Secretary Cohen and his Russian counterpart .. on the Russian troops who showed up in Kosovo uninvited.
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As that matter is settled, British troops are rolling into Kosovo, met by jubilant crowds. This entry marks a key stage of NATO's deployment in northern areas of the province. [NA 10:19:23]
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And large numbers of refugees are returning to regions they were forced to abandon in recent months. In just two days, more than 25-thousand people piled into tractors and carts at this one border crossing.
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Richmond has a 30 day breather, until a decision will be made on re-hanging a mural of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
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The banner was removed after a black city council member protested.
Now, he's critical of the 19 member advisory committee that the Historic Riverfront Foundation picked to decide which murals it will use.
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((SA'AD EL-AMIN/RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL: THEY ARE DECIDING AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC ISSUE. AND YET, IT'S BEING DONE BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. AND I'M SURE THAT WHATEVER DECISION IS GONNA BE MADE, IT'S NOT GONNA MAKE EVERYBODY HAPPY.))
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Richmond Mayor Tim Kaine says the public will get a say on the committee's final recommendation.
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The Sons of Confederate Veterans say they are unhappy with the 30 day delay.
They believe Lee should go back up on the floodwall immediately.



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Over one hundred years of tradition ends at Southern Virginia College.
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The stalls are empty- The horses have been sold. S-V-C's eight-time national championship equestrian program has come to an end. College administrators say the program was losing over one hundred thousand dollars a year for the past five years. A drop in student interest and difficulty finding qualified instructors were also factors in the decision.
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S-V-C hopes to reinstate the equestrian program when they can bring it back to a successful and cost-effective level.[

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Talk about a BIG project. Try restoring a train! Patrick Evans is at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.
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The Spirit of '76 is alive and well right here in Roanoke.
We're not talking about the Bicentennial Spirit, but rather the train that commemorated our Bicentennial Celebration.
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Patrick Evans joins us from the Virginia Museum of Transportation, where the train is undergoing extensive restoration in preparation for Fourth of July festivities.
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The world's best archers bring their bows and arrows to Smith Mountain Lake. That story is still ahead in sports.


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Next on health check -- The Y-M-C-A of the Roanoke Valley is targeting an inactive segment of the community.
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Plus -- health officials investigate more reports of hikers getting sick on the Appalachian Trail. [health bump]
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Several more hikers are reporting symptoms of the virus that's spreading along the Appalachian Trail.
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The Roanoke City Health Department is investigating the reports of about 40-50 hikers that have symptoms of the Norwalk virus. Health officials are still trying to pinpoint the exact cause of the illness that's plagued hikers since June 8th. Results of water testing for the virus are expected later next week. About 181-thousand cases of the Norwalk virus are reported in the United States each year.
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While Viagra has helped the problem of sexual dysfunction in men, a growing number of women are reporting a decreased sex drive.
In a recent major survey, 40 percent of younger women said they have lost interest in sex.
A recent development may help some of those women.
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A new study shows a testosterone patch could help millions of women who've lost their libido following hysterectomies.
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(( IT CERTAINLY GAVE ME ENERGY AND IN TERMS OF SEXUALITY IT CERTAINLY HELPED.))
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Still some women who haven't had surgery are also complaining they're not in the mood. Doctors say stress could be to blame.
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(( 2-INCOME FAMILIES, CELL PHONES, PAGERS, THE STRESS AND DEMANDS OF EVERYDAY LIFE ARE ACTUALLY GETTING WORSE. ))
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The best way to handle those cases is to deal with the stress.
There is also a medical approach. Some women say they've had success with using a testosterone cream, but it is still relatively untested.
Doctors say more research is needed on that type of therapy.


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A new heart treatment that's being tested may significantly reduce hospital stays.
In fact, many heart procedures could turn into "outpatient" status.
Virginia Cha reports from Boston.
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The Y-M-C-A is reaching out to low income neighborhoods in the Roanoke Valley. The Y is using a 103-thousand dollar grant from Carilion Health Systems to expand services at its Family Center Branch. The funding will allow the center to provide health screenings, exercise classes, and have volunteer nurses on hand. The wellness center is scheduled to open in October.

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Some young fathers in Roanoke on the Road to being a good dad.
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Reaching Out to Adolescent Dads or ROAD is a Roanoke City Health Department program that's teaching teen dads the ABC's of parenting.
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((IT'S THE WHOLE REALM OF BEING A FATHER NOT JUST A TEEN FATHER))
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Check out how teen fathers are learning to be better parents this weekend on News 7 Sunday Morning at 8:00.
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Thank you ladies and good afternoon everybody welcome to the Two Minute ticker.
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Sterling Marlin will lead the field for this weekend's Pocono 500.
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This afternoon Marlin captured the pole position with a speed of 170 point 506 miles per hour for his first pole this season.
Starting on the outside will be Dale Jarrett last weekend's winner at Michigan he turned in a speed of 169 point 952.
And here are the rest of the top 25.
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The 3-D archery Virginia pro-am series has invaded pennhall on on Smith Mountain lake this weekend for a fourth straight year.
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nearly 13 hundred archers will compete in the three day event. The pro-am is the featured event today. Archers range is age from 8 to 70 in this family oriented tournament.
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The separate professional and amateur tournaments are tomorrow. Archers will shoot 40 targets in all. The archer with the most points of accuracy will be crowned champion Sunday. This is the fifth of seven national A.S.A events. Like Winston Cup restrictor plate racing, each archer's bow must be equal in tension and power. Archers monitor their bows using a speed gun.
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more on archery and qualfiying at six, have a great weekend folks.

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A lot of people probably wish they had a boss like Al Galdi of Holm-del, New Jersey.
He's found an incentive to keep his current employees working for him.
And what an incentive! Bobbi Harley explains.
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((WALL TO WALL BEAMERS - BUT THIS IS NO CAR LOT - INSTEAD WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT'S AN EMPLOYER'S INCENTIVE TO HANG ON TO HIS EMPLOYEES -- KATHLEEN KOTARSKY DIDN'T.

SOT - 8:11:28 KATHLEEN KOTARSKY/EMPLOYEE - My knees literally got weak

and I had to sit down, I did! I said this is unbelievable.
BUT NOW SHE'S DRIVING A BRAND SPANKING NEW SHINY BLACK BMW, ALL THANKS TO THIS MAN -- HER BOSS.

SOT - AL GALDI/ARCNET - I'm trying to get people to stay and build a

long standing team.
GALDI'S NEW JERSEY TELECOMMUNICATIONS DESIGN FIRM WAS SPENDING A MILLION DOLLARS EACH YEAR TRAINING NEW EMPLOYEES TO REPLACE THOSE WHO HAD LEFT FOR GREENER PASTURES. THE LEASES AND INSURANCE ON THESE CARS ADDED UP TO A BETTER BUSINESS DEAL. AS YOU MIGHT EXPECT, NO ONE'S COMPLAINING.

SOT - 8:22:04 - JUAN VLEZ/EMPLOYEE : I was driving a 1982 Toyota Tercel,

I was chugging along, I got four hundred dollars for it.
NOW IT'S A THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLAR RED BMW. HE'S ONE OF 28 EMPLOYEES WHO QUALIFIED BY HAVING A YEAR OF SERVICE AND A PASSING GRADE ON A DRIVING COURSE. AND IF THEY STAY WITH THE COMPANY - IN THREE YEARS - NEW CARS.

SOT - AL GALDI/ARCNET - All the time and energy you put into training

and nurturing them stays with them and helps me provide better service to my clients.
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