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Next on news 7, a former motel handyman confesses to murder in California. Now police want to know if he is guilty of more.
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and the event that was supposed to commemorate the Summer of Love breaks down in violence and flames.
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The heat will subside just a bit by tomorrow, and we'll return to those typical dog days of summer, with highs running near 90 for the rest of the week.


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This hot weather problem is becoming a health issue -- and many are powerless to keep cool.
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Plus -- the government approves a new drug to better control children suffering from seizures.
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The FBI says this man has confessed to beheading a woman at Yosemite National Park-
Agents now say the murder may be linked to the killings of three others at Yosemite earlier this year.
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The FBI says Cary Stayner provided details about the murder of Joe Armstrong- a naturalist at Yosemite.
Armstrong's decapitated body was found on Thursday.
Nola Woods has more.
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(( THE FBI SAYS 37 YEAR OLD CARY STAYNER HAS CONFESSED TO THE DECPAITATION MURDER OF NATURALIST JOIE ARMSTRONG. Authorities also believe that Stayner is connected in some way with the unsolved murders of three Yosemite National park sightseers earlier this year. James Maddock/FBI/Yesterday "During the last 24 hours we have developed specific information linking Stayner to the Sund/Peloso murders." For past six months, the FBI has been investigating the high profile murders of Carole Sund, her daughter Julie Sund, and their family friend Sylvia Peloso. Stayner...who worked at the same lodge where the women last stayed.. had actually been interviewed and dismissed as a suspect in those murders. That fact has left some wondering if last week's murder of Joie Armstrong murder could have been prevented. : Maddock/FBI "If there are lessons to be learned or mistakes had been made, we will identify those." 26 year old Joie Armstrong, a nature instructor at Yosemite, was found beheaded just inside the park. A tip led police to Stayner who was found and arrested in a nudist colony.
This is not the first time the Stayner family has made headlines. In 19-80, the suspect's 14 year old brother, Steven escaped from a kidnapper who had held him for seven years. If convicted, Cary Stayner may spend much more time than that in prison. Nola Woods for CBS News, San Francisco.))

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Two tractor- trailers collided this afternoon in Botetourt County, sending one man to the hospital, and blocking traffic on route 460.
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It happened around 1:30 near the intersection with Alternate Route 220. One truck was stopped at a traffic signal, when it was rear- ended by another.
The second truck then travelled across the median and hit an embankment.
The accident blocked both eastbound lanes.
The driver of the second truck was taken to the hospital, but we don't know the extent of his injuries at this hour.
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The Franklin County man whose wrecker killed two people in a school bus accident early this year will NOT go to jail.
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((I WILL NEVER EVER LIVE THIS DOWN TO THE FAMILIES. I WILL GO TO MY GRAVE THINKING ABOUT THAT DAY THE 25TH OF JANUARY.))
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Michael Gray was the wrecker driver who slammed into a car and pushed it under a school bus, killing eight-year-old Emily Sturgill and her grandmother.
Today a judge sentenced him to 200 hours community service and a thousand dollar fine.
He suspended a year in jail.
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((DAILY REMINDERS ARE THERE EVERYDAY. ELDERLY PEOPLE IN KROGER'S, IN THE GROCERY STORE, CHILDREN PLAYING IN THE PLAYGROUNDS, SCHOOL BUSES I SEE EVERY DAY. AMBULANCES, FIRE TRUCKS, ALL THE SIRENS. HELICOPTORS ARE FLYING. THERE ARE REMINDERS EVERY DAY. ADD TO THE FACT I WORK IN A PROFESSION WHERE I RESPOND TO ACCIDENTS LIKE THE ONE I WAS IN, SO I HAVE TO HELP PEOPLE IN ACCIDENTS LIKE THE ONE I WAS IN.))
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Michael Gray -- who now has two counts of involuntary manslaughter on his record -- is now the wrecker company's safety and training coordinator.
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It may not be the hottest day we've had around here.
But it's so hot in so many places across this half of the country ... regional power companies are asking all of us to use less electricity.
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In Roanoke, American Electric Power is trying to lead by example.
The power company turned off hallway lights at its headquarters.
A-E-P said if people don't cut back ... the power company might ultimately have to shut off electricity for short periods of time.
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((DON JOHNSON: IT'S FAR BETTER IF PEOPLE DO IT VOLUNTARILY. THAT WAY, THEY SELECT THE LIGHTS THAT ARE NOT BURNING. THEY SELECT THE TEMPERATURE OF THE THERMOSTAT...SO THEY HAVE A LOT MORE CONTROL THAT WAY.))
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AEP and Virginia Power are asking consumers not to use major appliances -- like clothes washers and dryers ... dishwashers ... and ranges.
Also, the utilities urge you to turn off lights you don't need and turn up the thermostat ... using as little air conditioning as possible.
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A potentially hazardous hydrogen leak should NOT hurt the rest of the space shuttle's mission. We'll have that after this break.
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and organizers say they are shamed as unruly fans send Woodstock 99 down in flames.
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Today on Health Check, a new type of bone marrow treatment could help older cancer patients.
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and then a little later the personal possesions of a Hollywood star are up for sale.

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A late night swim in a Roanoke motel pool cost a man his life last night.
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Police say the victim was a guest at the Quality Inn near the Civic Center on Orange Avenue.
He was apparently swimming in the pool by himself. His body was discovered on the bottom about 11:30 last night.
Investigators are calling it an accident. They haven't released the victim's name yet.
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A man laying between the tracks was struck and killed by a train in Wytheville, last night.
32- year- old Jeffrey Keith Hall died shortly before midnight.
Wytheville police are UNcertain if alcohol was involved.
The train's conductor reportedly saw something between the tracks and applied the brakes-- but it was too late to stop.
The train, which was traveling around 35 miles per hour, was pulling 85 cars.

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A promoter of the Woodstock 99 concert calls it a great shame-
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after fires and looting broke out at the three day concert last night.
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((WELCOME BACK TO 1515 LIVE FROM WOODSTOCK, ANOTHER FIRE BROKE OUT BY THE MAIN STAGE... THIS LOOKS MUCH BIGGER.)) [BUTT TO 14:49:26] ((NAT SOUND PEOPLE PUSHING SOMETHING OVER.))
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Seven concert goers were injured- one seriously- when a trailer was pushed onto them.
Two troopers were also hurt.
Seven people are under arrest.
The problems began Sunday ngiht as the band Red Hot Chili Peppers began-
Perhaps in response to the Chili Peppers cover of an old Jimi Hendrix song- "Fire" concert goers set part of the East stage on fire-
Candles passed out for an anti gun rally instead were used to start fires.
State troopers in riot gear came into clear the crowd.
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The first female commander of the space shuttle says a possible fuel leak during Columbia's lift off is not a major concern for the current mission.
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Commander Eileen Collins says NASA engineers will try to figure out what happened and try to correct it before the next flight.
Photos taken during Friday's launch apparently show hydrogen fuel escaping from one of the shuttle's engines.
A significant leak would have caused the shuttle to shut down suddenly.
That would have forced an emergency landing and THAT has never happened before. Columbia is scheduled to touch down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 11:27 Tuesday night.
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Today in Sports, a prominent athelete gets news that he will get a much needed transplant. Mike Stevens will have the details in a moment.
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On Health Check, there is a sad reminder of the dangers of the heat as a two year old child dies after he was left in a car.
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and a new bone marrow treatment could offer hope to older cancer patients.
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((THE TRANSPLANT MEANT THAT I HAVE ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY WITH MY LIFE. ))
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The heat has claimed the life of a two year old boy after he was left in a car in Greensboro, North Carolina.
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Tykeill Stavker's aunt left him in a car while she was at choir practice.
The temperatures were in the high 90's at the time.
Church members tried to administer first aid, but the boy was pronounced dead at a hospital shortly after.
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Twenty- seven- year- old Cameo Davis has been charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Police say Davis left the boy in the car for about two hours.
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The oppressive heat is not lifting anytime soon -- and now that American Electric Power is asking residents to conserve electricity -- doctors are offering some alternatives to the A-C.
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Already officials have linked the heat to at least seven deaths in the Cincinnati area, and five more in Illinois. It's also suspected in two more deaths in the Chicago area.
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The heat is especially hazardous for the elderly -- and individuals on certain medications are at greater risk.
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((DR. STEPHEN COUTURE/INTERNAL MEDICINE: THERE ARE CERTAIN MEDICATIONS THAT ARE BAD, DIURETICS, AND ANTIHISTAMINES AND ANTI-PARKINSONS MEDICATIONS ARE SOME MEDICINES YOU NEED TO WATCH FOR BECAUSE THAT CAN CAUSE SLOWING DOWN OF THE PROCESS OF SWEATING AND THAT CAN LEAD TO A WORSENING OF HEAT INTOLERANCE AND A LOT OF ELDERLY PATIENTS ARE ON THOSE MEDICINES.))
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[VO] The signs for heat exhaustion are pale and clammy skin, heavy sweating, weakness and possible muscle cramps, vomiting and fainting. If you experience any of those symptoms call 911, get in a cold bath, sponge the skin with cool water and use a fan, but do not over chill the body.
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Doctors have a new drug to treat children who suffer from partial onset of epileptic seizures.
The Food and Drug Administration says children ages two to 12 can now be treated with topiramate (toh-PEER'-uh-mayt).
The drug is already used on adults with the disease.
The Epilepsy Foundation calls this an important advancement for children.
The new treatment option is expected to help doctors bring children's seizures under better control.

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There is new hope for older cancer patients in need of a bone marrow transplant. Because of the complications, conventional
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bone marrow transplants are typically reserved for patients under the age of 55.
Patients over 55 do not seem to tolerate the high intensity treatment as well.
But a clinical trial at the University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center is expanding the treatment for older people with life threatening blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma.
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The new treatment being performed in the clinical trial uses less radiation and chemotherapy. Instead it allows the immune system of the transplanted marrow to help fight the disease.
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((DR. JAMES FERRA-UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN: WHAT'S NEW IN THIS TRIAL IS WE ARE NOT TRYING TO DESTROY ALL THE PATIENT'S BONE MARROW. WE'RE ALLOWING THE NEW IMMUNE SYSTEM FROM THE DONOR MARROW TO DO SOME OF THE WORK. ALL WE WANT TO DO IS ELIMINATE ENOUGH OF THE PATIENT'S OWN MARROW SO THE NEW BONE MARROW CAN TAKE HOLD OR UNGRAFT.))
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Doctors have used the new program on five patients.
Four have survived and researchers say they are doing well.
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Today in Sports, a draft pick for the Charlotte Hornets is in trouble with the law.
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Good afternoon everybody. The good and bad side of NBA
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basketball leads the Monday two minute ticker.
We begin with the undesirable.
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The Charlotte Hornets second round draft pick in last month's selection process is facing drug charges this afternoon in Fort Worth, Texas.
Lee Nailon was arrested Saturday night along with two other men at a Comfort Inn where police found between two and four ounces of marijuana and other paraphernalia.
He is free on bond tonight. The Hornets say they are seeking more details about the arrest before making any comment.
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The Hornets are pleased to talk about coming to terms with their other draft pick, their number one selection Baron Davis today.
He was the third overall pick in the draft after leaving UCLA after his sophmore season.
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And it looks like doctors have found a tissue match that will enable Sean Elliott to have the kidney transplant he needs.
The disease Elliott suffers from affects both of his kidneys, so the operation would require the new healthy kidney to be placed in the body along with the two malfunctioning ones. The surgery could be done later this week. The donor is Elliott's brother.
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Baltimore Orioles bad boy Albert Belle spoke to the media yesterday for the first time since spring training after his best game as a Bird.
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Belle hit three home runs and collected 6 RBI's to lead Baltimore to an 8-7 win over Anaheim at Camden Yards. Orioles fans, who have booed Belle most of the season, switched their tune to cheers, but the change of heart has hardly softened the slugger.
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On the local diamonds, the Avalanche is on the road tonight in Myrtle, the Lynchburg Hillcats are at Potomac, and the Pulaski Rangers are move tonight hosting the Danville Braves.
Have a good night everybody, I will see you at six. [go to break]

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A treasure trove of Marilyn Monroe's personal items is going on sale.
Christie's Auction House unveiled the collection today in New York.
The items include everything from a piano to a legendary gown.
Lisa Hughes has a preview.
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(((NATS, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. PRESIDENT)
IT MAY BE THE SEXIEST VERSION OF THE BIRTHDAY SONG EVER. AND WHEN MARILYN MONROE SANG IT TO PRESIDENT KENNEDY IN 1962, BOTH SHE AND HER DRESS RAISED EYEBROWS.
THIS FALL, THE DRESS WITH ITS SIX-THOUSAND, HAND-SEWN RHINESTONES, WILL GO TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, ALONG WITH HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS OWNED BY HOLLYWOOD'S ORIGINAL BLONDE BOMBSHELL.

(SOT, NANCY VALENTINO, CHRISTIE'S, "It's an American life. It's life in

the late 50's and early 60's, a famous American life but it's very much a time capsule.")
SHOES, DRESSES, FURNITURE. IT'S ALL BEEN KEPT IN STORAGE BY MONROE'S LATE ACTING COACH AND HIS FAMILY. MISSING ONE OF ITS 35 DIAMONDS, THIS ETERNITY RING IS A SPECIAL PIECE. IT WAS A GIFT FROM SECOND HUSBAND JOE DIMAGGIO.
CHRISTIES IS AUCTIONING OFF GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS, HANDWRITTEN POEMS, EVEN A BABY GRAND PIANO. TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS AFTER HER DEATH, MONROE'S CELEBRITY IS STILL CAPTIVATING.

(SOT, EMBERLEY STRONG, MARILYN MONROE FAN, "I just go kinda slack-jawed

watching her. she just had that special something, that spark.")
AND WITH ALMOST EVERY FILM, MONROE DEFINED FASHION. BIDDING FOR HER FAMOUS DRESSES IS EXPECTED TO START AT 30-THOUSAND DOLLARS. BUT FOR NOW, JUST LOOKING IS FREE.

(SOT, ALISSA PODBER, MARILYN MONROE FAN, "I actually just want o reach

out to everything and feel the material, see what it's like. It's unbelievable.")
AND, IT'S HISTORY, A FIRST EVER PUBLIC LOOK AT A PERSONAL COLLECTION OWNED BY A WOMAN FAMOUS FOR BEAUTY AND INSECURITY, A LEGEND MYSTERIOUS EVEN NOW. LISA HUGHES, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))
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