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Coming up on News 7 at 5, police believe they can link an accused serial killer to another murder case. We'll have a live report.
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and residents of a local home for the elderly will have to find a new place to live in just two weeks.
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This cool and wet spell is coming to a slow end tomorrow. Look for sunshine and much warmer temperatures late Thursday and Friday.

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The latest advances in digital technology are helping patients get their hearing back.
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And a teenage girl has surgery to remove half her brain -- we'll tell you why in health check.
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More evidence revealed that could link accused railroad killer to yet another murder.

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The man known as Rafael Resendez Ramirez was back in court today- trying to plead guilty to a burlgarly charge- and admitting that Ramirez is NOT his real name.
Lee Cowan has the latest on the case from Houston.
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(("You have the right to remain silent."
THE MAN WHO LAWMEN BELIEVE WAS CAPABLE OF BLUDGEONING A STRING OF PEOPLE TO DEATH ACROSS THREE STATES -- TODAY SEEMED TO HAVE LITTLE FIGHT LEFT.
THROUGH AN INTERPRETER, THE 39 YEAR OLD MEXICAN DRIFTER TOLD A JUDGE HE WAS THROWING HIMSELF ON THE MERCY OF THE COURT.
(( NAT )) "Can all this be done very quickly so that I can say that I'm guilty.?
FOR NOW, HIS INTENT TO PLEAD GUILTY APPLIES ONLY TO A BURGLARY CHARGE - CONNECTED TO ONE OF THE MURDERS BEING INVESTIGATED. BUT PROSECUTORS WARN THERE IS MUCH MORE TO COME. DEVON ANDERSON/ HARRIS CO. ASST. PROSECUTOR: "If what we know about him is true - then he's your worst nightmare." AND THE CLUES KEEP COMING - LT. RON WALKER/HOUSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT: "This morning we got a match on the Hughes Spring case that links it to Mr. Ramirez." NOW ANOTHER MURDER IS BEING ADDED TO THE LIST -- THAT BRINGS THE TOTAL TO 9 - AND SOME WARN IT COULD GO AS HIGH AS 14. DREW CARTER/TEXAS RANGER: "We work the case and have physical evidence, but we're like everyone else, there are a lot of things we're wondering about, is why, if this did occur, why?" HIS LEGAL TEAM DOESN'T KNOW EITHER. ALLEN TANNER/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: "I believe all you've heard is from the media. I'm not even convinced he's done anything yet, all he's been charged with is burglary in Harris County."))

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Five people were hospitalized this afternoon after a sport utility vehicle went out of control on Interstate 81 in Roanoke County.
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It happened a mile south of the Dixie Caverns exit. Police say the vehicle went off the road to the left. It came back across the highway, struck a guard rail, crossed the highway again, before it finally overturned in the median.
The driver and four children were sent to the hospital.
Police say none of the injuries was critical.
All the victims are from Chicago. Investigators do not know what caused the driver to lose control.
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More than 100 mentally handicapped and elderly people are looking for new places to live.
That's because a Franklin County home for adults will shut down in two weeks.
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Tina Tenret has the latest from our newsroom.
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Jean -- Franklin Manor is closing for financial reasons.
This could burden not only residents and employees -- but also other homes in our area that may not have room for new residents.
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These residents have been through a lot.
The Department of Social Services started investigating Franklin Manor last fall saying two residents had sex with each other, and others were not getting their medicine.
The state would not allow new resident to move in here.
By the time Franklin Manor's license was renewed last month, it had lost more than 300-thousand-dollars on empty beds.
The regional director has advice for other homes under state scrutiny.
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((JACK NOBLE/FRANKLIN MANOR: WELL ONE IS JUST NEVER GET TO THE POINT TO START WITH. AND THE SECOND POINT IS WHEN YOU START TO GET IN OVER YOUR HEAD WHICH IS REAL EASY TO DO WITH THE COMMONWEALTH, GET HELP. GET LEGAL HELP.))
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Now local agencies are making sure residents are placed in comfortable homes.
Meanwhile, state police are still investigating employees and former employees of Frankin Manor.
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And the father of a resident who died crossing the street is suing the home. [(toss to R)]
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A teacher from a local school is accused of embezzling funds. We'll have that story in a moment.
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and we'll tell you why some Carnival Cruise passengers are accusing the company of covering up crimes commited by on board employees.
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On Health Check, we'll see how digital technology is helping doctors fine tune hearing aids.
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and Patrick Evans tries to solve the mystery of how to fill your stomach and some free time.

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A cruise is supposed to be a carefree getaway- but for some it ends in a nightmare.
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Carnival Cruise lines has revealed that 62 crew members were accused of sexual assault over a five year period ending last summer-
That averages to about one a month-
The number appears in court papers filed Tuesday in Miami.
The papers stem from a case in which a former female employee accused a male officer of raping her last August.
The woman's attrney says Carnival knew his client was raped and refused the FBI's request to detain him.
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The man, who reportedly remains in Italy, has been indicted on aggravated sexual charges.
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A grand jury has indicted a former Giles County high school teacher for embezzlement.
Laura McGraw is accused of taking more than 25- thousand dollars from the Giles County Partnership for Excellence Foundation over a nine month period.
The organization, which is funded through donations and grants, provides scholarships for students.
The Giles County Sheriff's department was notified earlier this year that money was missing.
Around that time, McGraw took retirement.
She taught at Giles High school for approximately 20- years.

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With so many cars and trucks battling for control of our interstate highways, state police say it's no surprise we're seeing more serious accidents.
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And the debate continues over who's responsible for the majority of those wrecks.
Many drivers blame the tractor trailers, but veteran trucker Charlie Craddock says professional drivers like himself are much safer than the average motorist.
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We'll hear more from Charlie Craddock about the difficulties of trucking and what motorists can do to make the highways safer, tonight on News7 at Six.
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If the biggest mystery you have over dinner is figuring out what you just ate, then Patrick Evans has the event for you.
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You're eating dinner out, enjoying a nice meal, only to discover it's a crime scene, not just a restaurant: What do you do now?
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Patrick Evans says you should help solve the murder mystery, and then get to dessert!
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Coming up today in Sports, Mike Stevens will tell us why some people are bucking a former Bronco over a television commercial.
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Next on health check -- The newest digital hearing aids can be customized to tune in and out certain sounds.
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and a teenage girl is recovering after doctors remove half her brain in an effort to stop life threatening seizures.
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((WE WERE REALLY BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE AS THE RAMIREZ'S UNDERSTAND AND AS AMBER CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD. IF WE DIDN'T DO SURGERY, THINGS WERE GOING TO CONTINUE TO GET WORSE. WITH SURGERY, WE AT LEAST HAD A HOPE OF GIVING HER AN INDEPENDENT LIFE." ))
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A teenage girl underwent radical surgery yesterday in an attempt to end the painful seizures that have threatened her life.
Doctors at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore removed the left side of her brain to stop a debilitating disorder called Rasmussen's Syndrome.
Eric Engberg has the story.
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((In Baltimore Tuesday, fifteen year-old Amber Ramirez voluntarily had the right half her brain removed in hopes of stemming the spread of a deadly neurological disease which, for years, caused her to suffer from extremely violent seizures. CBS News correspondent Eric Engberg reports.
IN AN ALL-DAY OPERATION AT BALTIMORE'S JOHN HOPKINS MEDICAL CENTER, DOCTORS REMOVED HALF THE BRAIN OF AMBER RAMIREZ, A 15 YEAR OLD NEBRASKA GIRL WITH RASMUSSEN'S SYNDROME.
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"THIS IS A DISEASE THAT SEEMS TO EAT AWAY AT ONE SIDE O THE BRAIN, LIKE A PAC MAN, AND EVENTUALLY CAUSES PARALYSIS, CAUSES RETARDATION AND CAUSES UNCONTROLLABLE SEIZURES. ALL THESE THINGS HAV HAPPENED TO AMBER. VO TIRED OF THE FREQUENT SEIZURES, AND FEARFUL OF THE LONG TERM DIBILITATING EFFECTS OF THE DISEASE, AMBER OPTED FOR RADICAL SURGERY TO REMOVE THE LEFT HEMISPHERE OF HER BRAIN. THE OPERATION WILL STOP THE SEIZURES, BUT WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY LEAVE HER UNABLE TO MOVE HER RIGHT ARM OR LEG AND PERHAPS STEAL HER ABILITY TO SPEAK OR READ.
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I THINK A LOT OF IT WAS AMBER'S FEELING ABOUT THE FUTURE FOR HERSELF.//THAT WAS NOT LIVING WITH SIEZURES ANYMORE, NOT HAVING SOMEONE WALK TWO STEPS BEHIND HER ALL THE TIME AND GAINING A LOT MORE INDEPENDENCE. VO DOCTORS ARE CAUTIOUS, HOWEVER, ABOUT AMBER'S PROGNOSIS. HER AGE IS WORKING AGAINST HER. THE SURGERY IS MOST SUCCESSFUL ON YOUNGER CHILDREN. THE OUTCOME DEPENDS ON HOW THE REMAINING HALF OF HER BRIN REACTS.
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"WE HAVE TO HOPE AND PRAY THAT HER SPEECH WILL TRANSFER OVER TO THE RIGHT, THAT SHE WILL TALK, BUT ITS GONNA BE A WHILE REDEVELOPING THAT. IT'S SCARY FOR HER AND IT'S SCARY FOR US ALSO. VO/CLOSE WILL HAVE TO UNDERGO YEARS OF REHABILITATION AND THERAPY, BUT SHE CHOSE THAT OVER ENDURING THE SEIZURES SHE HAS SUFFERED HALF HER LIFE. ERIC ENGBERG, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Many audiologist say losing your hearing is a part of growing old and you've just got to get used to it -- well not anymore with the help of a new Hearing Center at Hollins Communications Research Institute.
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((MACHINE NOISE)) [RUNS:02] years of working in a machine shop listening to noise like this can damage a person's hearing and stop them from doing things they love.
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so Dr. MacAllister recorded the sound of a turkey and programmed it into the hearing aid.
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((TURKEY CALL)) [RUNS:05] The digital aid can be plugged into the computer and the information then transferred into the tiny chip in the hearing aid device.
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((DR. M.D. MACALLISTER/THE HEARING CENTER: WE'RE ABLE TO DETERMINE THAT THAT TURKEY CALL WAS RIGHT IN THAT AREA WHERE HIS LOSS WAS MOST SEVERE...WE'RE ABLE TO TAKE THAT DIGITAL INSTRUMENT CHANGE THE RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS RIGHT WHERE HE NEEDS THE MOST HELP.)) [RUNS:27]
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((DR. M.D. MACALLISTER/THE HEARING CENTER: OVERALL, WE CAN JUST DO PROBABLY 100 - 200 PERCENT BETTER THAN WE'VE EVER BEEN ABLE TO DO BEFORE, THIS IS NOT A CURE ALL FOR ALL THE PROBLEMS OUT THERE IN HEARING BY ANY MANNER OR MEANS WE'RE NOT EVEN CLOSE TO THAT.))
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[VO NAT] But Doctor MacAllister says he expects major breakthroughs in the next four or five years with this new digital technology.
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Today in Sports, will Terry Holland go from a Cavalier to a gopher?
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with the latest here's Mike Stevens .

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Welcome everybody to the midweek ticker that once again begins with news concerning the pursuit of Terry Holland.


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The University of Minnesota is still after the "Virginia Gentleman" as so far as he yet to take his name out of th

e running for the school's vacant head basketball coaching job.
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Reports out of Minnesota indicate that Holland has been communicating with Minnesota associate ahhletic director Je
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Both the University and Holland hope to end the process one way or the other by Friday.
More on this story tonight at six.
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Everyone knows sports and entertainment figures sell products. But not until recently did the folks on Madison Avenue figure out that professional wrestlers can get the job done.
Sit back and check out the latest Sprite commercial featuring none other than "Sting."
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Former Broncos's quarterback John Elway might want to consider going two out of three after seeing all the controversy his new commercial is creating.
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Elway has been a fixture figure in the "Got Milk" ads saying the only thing that tastes better than victory is a cold glass of milk.
But last night Elway debuted in a new Coors Beer ad.
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Active professional athletes are not allowed to do beer commercials, but because Elway is now retired he's free to do as many ads as he desires to do. Coors says more are planned.
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More sports is planned for News 7 at 6. I'll see you then. Have a safe night everybody. [go to break]

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Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura says he has personal reasons for returning to the wrestling ring.
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Ventura says he will bring law and order back to professional wrestling when he referees an August 22nd championship match for the World Wrestling Federation.
He says his 100 thousand dollar fee will be donated to charity.
Besides that, Ventura says it will allow him to defend his reputation as "THE BODY".
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((GOVERNOR JESSE VENTURA-MINNESOTA: I'M DOING THIS FOR A SELFISH PURPOSE TOO. THERE'S BEEN A LOT OF CRITICISM THAT I'M

NOT IN SHAPE ANYMORE. THE TWO LOCAL NEWSPAPERS HAVE BOTH TAKEN SHOTS AT ME THIS WEEK AND SAID A BUNCH OF BULL THAT I'M NOT IN SHAPE ANYMORE. WELL WE'RE GOING TO PROVE TO THEM AUGUST 22ND WHO'S IN SHAPE. ))
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The money raised will go to help neglected children and to establish a scholarship at Ventura's former high school.

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