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Next on News 7 -a father admits he killed his infant son to get revenge on his wife,
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And a woman will NOT spend any time in jail even though she admits murdering eight of her children over 19 years.
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Isolated showers is the best we can hope for. Radar is active in far southwest Virginia now. Details ahead.

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Allergists at Lewis-Gale Clinic are treating patients before they even get to the exam room.
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Plus -- sometimes mold is golden -- just ask the Smithsonian!
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((HE DECIDED HE WANTED TO GET REVENGE. THE WAY HE DECIDED TO DO IT WAS MARRYING HER AND CONCEVING A CHILD AND THEN KILLING THE CHILD.))
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It seems unthinkable- a man exacting revenge by killing his own child- but prosecutors say that's exactly what happened.
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An Indiana Man is being held without bail today after allegedly confessing to murdering his baby boy.
As Maureen Maher reports the plot was actaully hatched years before the murder.
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((
POLICE SAY RONALD SHANABARGER ALMOST PULLED OFF THE PERFECT MURDER. WITH JUST ABOUT EVERYONE INCLUDING THE LOCAL CORONER BELIEVING THAT SEVEN MONTH OLD TYLER SHANABARGER DIED OF SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME...HIS FATHER ABRUPTLY CONFESSED TO A BRUTAL CRIME OF REVENGE.
REVENGE...THAT PROSECUTORS SAY... WAS YEARS IN THE PLANNING AND AIMED AT HIS WIFE. ACCORDING TO SHANABARGER'S CONFESSION...THE RAGE BEGAN BEFORE THE COUPLE WAS MARRIED... WHEN HIS GIRLFRIEND REFUSED TO CUT SHORT A VACATION TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF HIS FATHER.

sot: LANCE HAMNER/JOHNSON COUNTY PROSECUTOR

"HE DECIDED HE WANTED TO GET REVENGE, THE WAY HE DECIDED TO DO IT WAS BY MARRYING HER, CONCIEVING A CHILD AND THEN KILLING THE CHILD."
POLICE SAY ON JUNE 19TH.. SHANABARGER WOUND PLASTIC WRAP AROUND HIS SON'S FACE AND THEN LEFT THE ROOM TO GET SOMETHING TO EAT AND BRUSH HIS TEETH. TWENTY MINUTES LATER HE ALLEGEDLY PLACED THE DEAD BABY FACE DOWN IN THE CRIB.

SOT: MOS

"I'M SORRY THAT PEOPLE LIKE THIS HAVE CHILDREN, IF THEY CAN'T HANDLE THEM THEY SHOULDN'T HAVE THEM."
HAUNTED BY IMAGE OF HIS MURDERED SON...SHANABARGER HAS REPORTEDLY CONFESSED THREE TIMES AND ASKED POLICE TO SHOOT HIM.
PROSECUTORS HAVE NOT YET DECIDED WHETHER THEY'LL SEEK THE DEATH PENALTY.
THE TRIAL BEGINS IN NOVEMBER. MAUREEN MAHER, CBS NEWS, CHICAGO.))

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Another case of a parent admitting to killing a child-
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This mother has pleaded guilty to eight counts of second degree murder- for killing her eight children over two decades.
Marie Noe is 70 years old now and she won't go to prison- Instead under an agreement with prosecutors Noe was sentenced to 20 years probation- The first five must be served under home confinment with an electronic monitoring bracelet.
The babies died from 1949 to 1968- Each time Mrs. Noe said they died in their sleep. With no evidence to show otherwise the babies deaths were reluctantly ruled as crib death- now known as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
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A Lynchburg jury has found a 67-year-old man guilty of voluntary manslaughter for the murder of his roommate last winter.
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Ray Lane, Junior fatally stabbed Michael Lessard during an argument December 22nd.
Lane told police Lessard had been slapping him and he acted out of fear for his life.
Both men had been drinking heavily that day. Lessard's blood alcohol content had measured more than four times the legal limit.
The seven man, five woman jury still has to recommend a sentence. Lane is a three time offender who most likely faces life in prison.
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Some postal workers in Salem want their colleagues to start a letter-writing campaign.
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They work at the Remote Encoding Center.
And they're worried they're going to lose their jobs.
Remoting encoding centers are the places where postal workers use computers to put bar codes on letters.
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But computers are getting smarter and will soon be able to do the work themselves.
So far, nine of 55 centers across the country are scheduled to close.
Some worry Salem will be next on the Postal Service's hit list.
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((ROBERT BROWN: IF THEY'RE CONSOLIDATING, THE ROANOKE VALLEY IS A GOOD PLACE WITH A GREAT ECONOMY. THE ECONOMY WILL SUFFER IF 300-TOP-QUALITY JOBS LEAVE THE VALLEY.))
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The Salem office employs 170-people whose part-time jobs pay more than 11 dollars an hour.
About a hundred workers are full-time.
The Postal Service said right now there are no plans to close the Salem facility.
But in the next few years it expects computers to do the jobs humans are doing now.
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The federal government finds it will have an extra trillion dollars to spend. We'll tell you how the White House would like to use it after this break.
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and then a little later, we'll see how history repeats itself as singer Micheal Jackson is injured by special effects for the second time.
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Today on health Check, local doctors are using computers to help treat their patients with Ashtma.
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and Patrick Evans looks at some safer ways to celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks.

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The government's budget surplus is going to be larger than first thought.
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The White House says there will be an extra trillion dollars in the budget over the next 15 years.
President Clinton wants to use the money to shore up Medicare and Social Security.
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The President says the surplus could help Medicare remain solvent for an additional 25 years.
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Republicans say they are upbeat but cautious about the President's plan.
House Majority Leader Dick Armey says the bigger surplus provides a chance for real Social Security and Medicare reform. But he says there is also room for a tax cut as well.

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Now it's up to local schools.
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Virginia's Public Safety Secretary today unveiled details of plans to prevent school violence.
Students can anonymously report safety threats to a toll-free hotline or website, starting in mid-August.
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((GARY ARONHOLT/VIRGINIA PUBLIC SAFETY SECRETARY: BECAUSE THERE IS A GREAT DEAL OF DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TALKING TO SOMEBODY FACE TO FACE. THAT INDIVIDUAL ACTUALLY KNOWS WHO IS IMPARTING THE INFORMATION.))
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"Four Safe V-A" will also include tacticial training for school resource officers.
Critical incident training will be given to police and sheriffs' deputies serving schools without school resource officers.
Awareness training to spot potential violence will be given to custodians, cafeteria workers, and secretaries.
And there will be special school violence training for state troopers.
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Local schools must decide if they want their employees to get the training.
And they must decide if they want their students calling the hotline or visiting the website. [TAKE FULLSCREEN WEBPAGE]
You can link to the website for more information on school safety.
Go through the Web Watch section of our homepage at WWW-dot-WDBJ7-dot-COM.
It won't be an interactive reporting site until school starts in the late summer.

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Danville Police are taking a pre-emptive strike against domestic violence.
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Because of the high number of domestic fight calls they respond to, Police Chief Neal Morris says his officers will advise families to seek help from a mediator.
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They hope the effort will help prevent conflicts like one in Danville two months ago...
Sharon Robertson was charged with the shooting death of her husband after an argument.
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: THE COURTS AND OUR INVOLVEMENT IS NOT ALWAYS THE BEST ANSWER. I KNOW WE HAVE TO DO THAT WHEN WE HAVE VIOLENCE INVOLVED AND WE SEE WHERE SOMEONE HAS BEEN PHYSICALLY ABUSED, BUT THIS I THINK WOULD BE A BETTER SOLUTION TO MANY OF THE PROBLEMS THAT YOU ENCOUNTER IN FAMILIES IN PARTICULAR. ))
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Starting next week, when police answer a domestic call, they'll hand out cards with counselors' phone numbers.

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If you're considering buying fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July, you'll want to stay with us. Up next, Patrick Evans will have some things you are going to want to consider.
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This is the busy season if you run a road-side fireworks stand, and there's only a week left before your merchandise is obsolete again.
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Patrick Evans joins us from a nearby vendor to talk about safe use of backyard displays for this Independence Day.
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Today in Sports, we'll have the opening day of Ronde and Tiki Barber's All Stars Football Camp.
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Coming up in health check -- the Smithsonian makes room for a moldy but historic exhibit,
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And -- asthma sufferers get some specialized care with the help of a new management initaive at lewis-Gale Clinic.
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((DR. THOMAS FAME/ALLERGY & ASTHMA: THE WAY THIS QUESTIONNAIRE IS DEVISED IS TO GET A SNAPSHOT OF A PERSON'S HEALTH, GENERALLY HOW ARE YOU FEELING THIS POINT IN TIME.))
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The number of asthma and allergy cases is on the rise. A new program at Lewis-Gale clinic is trying a more comprehensive high tech approach to treating the problem.
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But now 25 year old Michelle Gonzales' asthma is easily treated with the touch of a screen. She simply fills out a questionaire in the waiting room, prior to her exam -- and the information is downloaded --
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((MUSIC)) [RUNS:02] and presented to the doctor before he even sees her.
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((DR. THOMAS FAME/ALLERGY & ASTHMA: SEVERAL OF THOSE QUESTIONS THROUGH THE COMPUTER ARE THEN ORGANIZED TO TELL YOU RIGHT AWAY WHETHER THERE IS A HOT SPOT, GEE THIS PERSON IS HAVING A LOT OF TROUBLE WITH A CERTAIN ASPECT OF THERE ASTHMA, AND IT SURVEYS A WIDE AREA, AND YOU MAY BE ABLE TO HIT ON ALL THOSE AREAS IN A SHORT VISIT.)) [RUNS:18]
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the system has been in the Allergy Department at the clinic for about a month -- so it's still too early to tell how well it's working -- but the information will be saved and the progress will be recorded.
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((DR. THOMAS FAME/ALLERGY & ASTHMA: YOU CAN USE THIS INFORMATION TO SAY, OKAY, AT THIS POINT IN TIME THERE GENERAL HEALTH IS AT THIS STATUS, NOW A YEAR FROM NOW THEY ARE BREATHING BETTER AND THERE GENERAL HEALTH AND SENSE OF WELL BEING IS ALSO IMPROVED.)) [RUNS:12]
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((MICHELLE GONZALES/ALLERGY PATIENT: IT MADE ME FEEL LIKE I WAS ABLE TO PUT MORE INPUT IN THAN BEFORE. BEFORE I COULDN'T ANSWER A LOT OF QUESTIONS BECAUSE IT WAS SO FAST, AND I COULDN'T ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS, AND THIS WAY THEY ASK ALL THE RIGHT QUESTIONS I NEEDED ANSWERED.)) [RUNS:14]
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The Clinic is considereing using the Health Care Management Initiative with diabetic care, oncology and other chronic diseases.

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Research on the brain waves of rats could someday help paralysis victims.
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Doctors in Philadelphia claim they have found a way to record rodent brain signals onto electrodes. That enables the rats to control a robotic arm without any muscle movements.
It is hoped the process may some day help restore movement to paralyzed HUMAN limbs.
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(( "YOU CAN THINK OF THIS AS A WIRE TAP. THERE IS A PROCESS GOING ON
INSIDE THE BRAIN WHICH SAYS, 'MOVE MY ARM'. AND WE HAVE ELECTRODES
TAPPING INTO THAT INFORMATION AND TAKING IT OUT ELECTRONICALLY AND
MOVING THE ROBOT ARM DIRECTLY."))
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Four out of six rats were able to control a robotic arm through brain activity alone.
While human minds are much more complex, the implications could be enormous.
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(( "THE SORTS OF PARALYSIS SYNDROMES THAT THIS COULD BE USEFUL FOR
WOULD BE SPINAL CORD INJURY. THAT'S WHERE YOU HAVE IN EFFECT AN
INJURY THAT PREVENTS THE BRAIN FROM COMMUNICATING WITH THE SPINAL
CORD. AND OF COURSE IT'S THE SPINAL CORD THAT CONTROLS THE ARMS AND
THE LEGS. SO IF YOU CAN JUST ELECTRONICALLY CROSS THAT LESION, THEN WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO RESTORE MOVEMENT."))
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Scientists believe the technology will eventually prove useful to humans.
Recently paralysis victims were able to use their brain waves to control the movement of a cursor on a computer screen.
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If you think the Smithsonian Institute is getting a little moldy, you're right.
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The museum has acquired a round gray flat, inch and a-half wide fuzzy piece of mold that just happens to be the grandfather of all antibiotics.
This sample produced the first penicillin.
Alexander Fleming developed penicillin in 1928. He had been working to find an agent to kill bacteria
He made the discovery by accident when a culture of bacteria was left unprotected and it was contaminated with mold.
Scientists called the discovery one of the most important of the 20th century.
Pennicillin and its successors have saved millions of lives.
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It was a soggy day today at Wimbledon,
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With that and more here's Mike Stevens.[S5-Clinic]


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good afternoon, lets start the ticker on the gridiron.
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The second annual Roanoke Valley All-Stars Football Clinic featuring NFL standouts Ronde and Tiki Barber kicked off today at Rising Stars Sports and Adventure Camp.
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100 kids ages 6 to 8 made up the clinic's first day. Ronde Barber of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers joined a defensive staff that worked on actual NFL combine drills.
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((RONDE BARBER/TAMPA BAY BUCCANEER:))
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Tiki worked on the offensive side of the ball, focussing on hand-offs and securing the ball.
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((TIKI BARBER/NEW YORK GIANT:))
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While the kids are put through some of the best football drills around, this clinic is about more than just football.
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((WALT DEREY/ALL-STARS FOOTBALL CLINIC FOUNDER:)) ((RICHARD GOODPASTURE/ALL-STARS FOOTBALL CLINIC FOUNDER:))
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It was the day known as "Super Monday" at Wimbledon, but it ended up being soggy Monday at the All England tennis club.
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Rain wiped out all but five matches today in single's. In fact, Sampras, Becker, Rafter and Henman had their matches moved to tomorrow.
The only man lucky enough to play and complete his match was Andre Agassi.
The French Open champ advanced to the quarterfinals with a 6-7. 7-6. 6-1 and 6-4 win over Wayne Arthurs.
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Coming up at six, more from the All-Stars football camp, and details of a bad night for Randy Moss fans, and a local tennis web page that helps you get in the game by surfing the web.
Have a safe night everybody. [take a break]

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Micheal Jackson has suffered burns from the explosives used in his concert.
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A spokesman for the singer says he suffered minor burns from the fireworks used in a benefit performance in Germany.

He was treated and released from a local hospital.
Fourteen years ago, Jackson suffered second degree burns on his scalp when a smoke bomb set his hair on fire during the filming of a Pepsi commercial.
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