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Coming up on News 7, the Federal Trade Commission cracks down on companies promising the vacations of the Rich and Famous without delivering.
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and the family of one of the best known photographers in history will reap the benefit of his 26 seconds of fame.
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Sunshine & seasonal highs mark the forecast, but very little in the way of rain is on the way. I'll have your forecast, and we'll check in with Robin Reed at the Summer Music Games in Salem.


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A medical report released today reveals some surprising statistics about teen violence.
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And Roanoke Memorial Hospital is using a new type of map so doctor's can find their way to your heart.
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The Federal Trade Commission today announced action against companies for offering vacation packages that don't live up to their billing.
Typically, they are mail-order vacations that look great on the brochure, but in reality are terrible.
Lisa Hughes has a look at some of the worst offenders and some tips for avoiding such scams.
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It looks like an old prison. But this hotel in the Bahamas was sold to unsuspecting travelers as luxury accommodations. And the real shock was inside

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IT WAS RAT INFESTED_ROACH INFESTED_HOLES IN THE WALLS)
The Padget family videotaped its adventure as proof_including the uninvited guests that scurried through the room.

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The Federal Trade Commission says thousands of travelers have been scammed this way_sold high class vacations at low cost.

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IN SHORT, THEY WERE SOLD DREAM VACATIONS THAT TURNED OUT TO BE NIGHTMARES)
This voucher, for example, makes it look like you've won a low priced cruise. Hidden costs include telemarketing fees, and required attendance at a time-share sales pitch. Sometimes what's hidden has nothing to do with money. When Oregon students paid a company for a supervised senior trip to Mexico_parents didn't expect there'd be a wet t-shirt contest on the plane. Pilots in the cockpit were judges. Then came the dinner cruise that was something entirely different. Mother and Oregon state lawmaker, Vicki Walker

(Super: Vicki Walker/Parent IT REQUIRED EVERY STUDENT TO HAVE A DRINK IN

BOTH HANDS. OTHERWISE THEY WOULD BE SHOT DOWN THE BACK OF THEIR THROAT WITH TEQUILA FROM A SUPER-SOAKER SQUIRT GUN)

(HUGHES STANDUP CLOSE, TIPS ON AVOIDING GETTING SCAMMED))


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A former teacher at a Christian school in Radford will spend time behind bars .. for engaging in a sexual relationship with a male student.
A judge this afternoon sentenced 34 year old Cynthia Carroll to 2 years in jail .. with an opportunity to enter a treatment program after 8 months.
Carroll could have received up to 70 years in prison for engaging in a relationship with a 14 year old student while teaching at the Three Angels Christian School in Radford.

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A 26-second home movie worth 16-million dollars.
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Not just any home movie, of course, but the one that captured President Kennedy's assassination on film.
Abraham Zapruder got the crucial moment on 8 millimeter color film- -though what you see here is not it- -but news footage shot the same day.
Arbitrators have decided the government must pay the Zapruder family 16-million, because the Assassination Records Review Board declared the film public property- -a permanent possession of the American people. The government had offered ONE million dollars.
The Zapruder family wanted 30-million for the film, claiming it was a near priceless treasure ...like a rare work of art.
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Coming up next, one of the alleged victims of sexual assault at Woodstock is from Virginia.
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And then a little bit later, a botanist says his research shows the Shroud of Turin could actually be the burial cloth of Christ.
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On Health Check, contrary to popular belief a new study shows high school's are getting safer for teenagers.
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And Robin Reed will give us a preview of tonight's Summer Music Games.

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Two Salem residents charged with animal cruelty now face a September trial date.
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Michael W. Boyd and Cheryl A. Boyd were in General District Court this morning for their arraignment.
They were charged with misdemeanors last week, after animal control officers removed fifty cats from their home on Apperson Drive. Another twenty five cats were found dead in the residence.
This morning after the hearing, Michael Boyd told reporters, "we loved them with all of our hearts. They were like our kids to us."
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The home has been declared uninhabitable. The Building Inspector is giving the owners 30 days to decide if they will demolish the building, or attempt repairs.

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One of the women who alleges she was raped at Woodstock '99 is from Virginia.
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New York State Police are now posting photos of Woodstock looting and vandalism on a web site, hoping for leads on suspects who are now long gone from the concert site.
State Police have NOT released the home town of the Virginia woman.
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But they say she alleges she was sexually assaulted in the campground area in mid afternoon, by two or three men on the final day of the concert.
The 20- year old woman reported the alleged rape the next day at five a-m.
Six rapes have been reported, including some that occurred in the mosh pits during performances.
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Pretty soon ... if you're at least 25 ... you're working ... and you don't already collect Social Security ...
You'll get a statement in the mail -- every year -- telling you what kind of benefits you can expect from the government.
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The Deputy Commissioner of the Social Security Administration was in Roanoke today.
She said the new statements will explain exactly what Social Security is ...
And how much younger workers would get if they retire or become disabled.
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Carolyn Colvin also said she's confident Congress and the president will find a way to keep Social Security solvent.

Right now ... by the year 2034 ... retiring baby boomers will be taking more money out of the trust fund than younger workers will be putting into it.
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Nine Botetourt County students were the first to go to Japan on a new exchange program.
Dynax America -- a local automotive parts company -- paid ten thousand dollars for the trip.
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The students spent two weeks on Hokkaido, the second largest island in Japan.
They brought back gifts from pottery to chopsticks.
And since the Japanese don't wear shoes inside, kids wear slippers to school.
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Next spring, Japanese students arrive in Botetourt County.
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The Salem Stadium is about to be filled with a large number of young people who march to the beat of different drums. But they're not rebelling, it's just time for the Summer Music Games.
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They're getting ready for a big night over at the Salem Stadium. Some of the best marching bands in the nation will be competing for the top spot at the Summer Music Games.
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Robin Reed is the M-C at tonight's event and he is here now to give us a preview.
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Two high schools are hoping this football season will be the best of times. Steve Mason will have the Tale of Two coaches coming up today in Sports.
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On Health Check, a new study of violence in the schools is out and to many people's surprise, things are getting better.
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Plus -- a new cardiac procedure at Roanoke Memorial Hospital is launching a way to heal the heart.
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((DR. MICHAEL FENSTER/CARDIOLOGIST: IT'S KIND OF LIKE HAVING THE ABILITY TO LAND ON THE MOON, BUT NOT HAVING THE ROCKET SHIP. AND THIS IS LITERALLY OUR ROCKET SHIP.))
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Roanoke Memorial Hospital is the first in Virginia to get the latest technology in treating heart disease. A woman from Harrisonburg traveled to Roanoke today to be only the second patient in the state to undergo the cardiac procedure that's making more treatments available.
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((FAYE STEIN/PATIENT: I HAD A HEART ATTACK IN OCTOBER AND THEY DID ANGIOPLASTY AND PUT STINTS IN AND I STARTED HAVING MAJOR PROBLEMS, I'M ACTUALLY HAVING MORE PAIN NOW THEN I EVER HAD.)) [RUNS:15]
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Faye Stein is going in for what looks like a typical cardiac catherization, but with an added feature to help doctors more accurately determine how to treat the problem.
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[ub 08 54 18] And it uses magnets -- placed under the patient that act as a guide to help the doctors map out the left ventricle of the heart. A computer screen then draws a 3 dimensional color coded picture of the heart -- that tells doctors whether the damaged muscle is dead or still viable.
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So doctors can now focus in on the good heart muscle tissue for maximum benefit for patients like Faye.
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Doctors will try and right that wrong tomorrow after Faye is well rested and prepared for bypass surgery.
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Doctor Fenster says this is just another step towards being able to use gene therapy and actually grow new heart muscle tissue after heart attacks. One more benefit -- the new procedure is covered by insurance.

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As the new school year approaches, many students and their parents are thinking about the recent rash of shootings at American high schools. But as Dr. Dave Hnida reports, a new study finds school violence is actually down, but the trend could be better.
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((THEY ARE IMAGES DEEPLY ETCHED INTO THE MIND. A HIGH SCHOOL THAT'S SUPPOSED TO BE A SAFE ZONE TURNS INTO A WAR ZONE.
13 KILLED- DOZENS WOUNDED- AND AN UNCOUNTABLE NUMBER SCARRED IN OTHER WAYS.
THE QUESTION ECHOES ACROSS AMERICA: WHAT'S HAPPENING IN OUR SCHOOLS?

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" WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT THE AWFUL THINGS THAT HAPPENED BEHIND THESE WALLS ON APRIL 20TH, ITS EASY TO GET THE FEELING THAT VIOLENCE IN OUR NATIONS SCHOOLS IS SPIRALING OUT OF CONTROL. BUT A NEW STUDY IN THIS WEEK'S JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SAYS THAT MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE THE CASE.
RESEARCHERS AT THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL STUDIED PATTERNS OF NON FATAL VIOLENCE AT AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOLS FROM 1991 TO 1997. THEY FOUND:
-graphics THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS BRINGING WEAPONS SUCH AS GUNS OR KNIVES TO SCHOOL HAS DROPPED BY 30%.
THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS INVOLVED IN FIGHTS ON SCHOOL PROPERTY HAS DROPPED BY 10%
AND THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS INJURED IN FIGHTS AND NEEDING MEDICAL CARE DOWN BY 20%.
BUT EVEN THOUGH THE NUMBERS ARE BETTER- THEY AREN'T GOOD ENOUGH.
RESEARCHERS STILL FOUND ONE 1 IN TEN BRING SOME WEAPON TO SCHOOL AND A THIRD HAD BEEN INVOLVED IN FIGHTS. AND THAT'S TO SAY NOTHING OF THE STUDENTS WHO DITCH SCHOOL BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID.
SCHOOL BOARDS, COMMUNITY TASK FORCES, AND POLITICIANS CONTINUE TO SEARCH FOR THE ANSWER THAT WILL SOLVE THE PROBLEM.
LEAVING STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENTS TO WAIT FOR THE BULLET HOLES TO PATCHED-- AND WONDER IF ANYONE WILL NEED TO RUN AND HIDE WHEN THE SCHOOL DOORS OPEN IN THE WEEKS TO COME. IN LITTLETON COLORADO. DR DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS.)) [2-Shot-Toss]
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Today in Sports, we're talking to two football coaches at opposite ends of their careers.
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Here's Steve Mason.

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker, which starts on the high school gridiron.
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This season marks the end of an era at William Fleming High School.
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Well before the season began Coach George "Kila" Miller announced this would be his last.
Coach says he's moving on to other academic opportunities and he's cherishing every moment he has with this team.

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The Cave Spring coaching staff is on the other end of the spectrum. Ben Foutz has coached both at the college and high school level, most recently at Northside High School.
But this is the Cave Spring graduate's first head coaching job.
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We'll have more on both these teams tonight at six.


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Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer and Virginia offensive coordinator Gary Tranquill spoke to he Roanoke Valley Sports Club last night.
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While Coach Beamer talked about how his Hokies are shaping up for this upcoming season, he did talk about ken Oxendine's opportunity with the Atlanta Falcons.
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With star running back Jamal Anderson holding out of training camp in Greenville, South Carolina, Ox is getting a bigger work load.
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coming up at six, Mike Stevens talks with Champ Bailey, the Redskins top draft pick, see you then

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Authors of a new study say it is further proof that the Shroud of Turin is indeed the burial cloth of Jesus.
A botanist from the Hebrew University of JERUSALEM studied the pollen grains and plant
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images on the linen and determined that the three plants represented could only have grown in the JERUSALEM HEBRON area during a March or April.
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(("WE DETERMINED THE PLANTS AND BY KNOWING THE DISTRIBUTION OF THESE PLANTS, WE COULD ARRIVE TO THE CONCLUSIONS THAT THERE IS NO OTHER PLACE ON EARTH WHERE THESE THREE PLANTS COULD GROW UNLESS IT WAS THE JERUSALEM/ HEBRON AREA." ))
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In 1988, scientists used carbon dating to determine the cloth was made sometime in the 13th or 14th century, much too late to be Christ's burial cloth.
Danin says he is skeptical of that finding.
He believes the carbon dating was flawed because scientists examined only a part of the cloth that was damaged by fire.
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