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He's already called the boss to say: "I quit."
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You might, too, if you'd just learned you won the Big Game jackpot.
We'll meet the man from Tennessee in just a moment on NEWS 7.
And hear from the gay scoutmaster who won a ruling that says the Boy Scouts should not have gotten rid of him.
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A weak cool front is due through tomorrow. Temperatures stay seasonal with little chance of rain.

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A Radford hospital is making childbirth a more pleasant experience.
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[VO-NAT]

And ever try to melt no fat cheese? Scientist discover a better way in tonight's health check report.
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[5-Big-Game]


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Millions of lottery players are wishing they were a 43 year old man from Tennessee.
Randy Kerfoot came forward today as the only winner in last night's 116 million dollar jackpot. Ed Crane has more.
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[SUPER=01-Randy Kerfoot/Lottery Winner;]
[SUPER=01-Sandy Kerfoot/Wife;]
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((NATS) They met while working at McDonald's 23 years ago. Now this man and wife are is America's latest millionaires...after winning the latest Big Game lotto drawing.

(SOT: Randy Kerfoot, Lottery winner)

"I don't know, with that much money, what do you do with it ya know.(laughter) 150842
Kerfoot bought ten Big Game tickets and stuck them on his refrigerator until he could check the numbers Tuesday night. At first he thought he won only 150 thousand dollars. But after checking the Internet and the Georgia Lottery's information line, he realized he had won the entire jackpot! They drove all night to cash in their winning numbers.

(SOT: Randy Kerfoot)

"I wanted to get that ticket out of my house into these people's fine hands." 150910
The Kerfoot's chose the cash option....and will get nearly 39 million dollars after taxes. The 43-year-old works as a parts and service director at a car dealership. But when asked what he does for a living...he had a short, simple answer.

(SOT: Randy Kerfoot)

150944 "What I USED to do.(LAUGHTER)
And while other lottery winners have spent their winnings on travel and new homes, the Kerfoot's plans for their first big purchase are more down to earth.

(SOT: Sandy Kerfoot, Wife)

151515 "We both work for car dealerships, and we both drive company cars.(they're gonna take those away), so we're going to purchase a couple of vehicles."
And one other big purchase: the Kerfoot's plan to take their granddaughter to Disney World. Ed Crane CBS News New York)


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The Supreme Court of New Jersey says the Boy Scouts cannot exclude homosexuals.
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[VO-NAT]
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It's a victory for Assistant Scoutmaster James Dale. A state appeals court had already ruled that Dale's dismissal from the scouting program violated state law against discrimination.
Today the New Jersey Supreme Court upheld that decision.
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[SOT 15:28:05]
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((IF I HAD BEEN SOMEBODY OTHER THAN WHO I AM- -IF MY SEXUAL ORIENTATION HAD BEEN A SECRET- -THEN THE BOY SCOUTS WOULD HAVE HAD NO PROBLEMS WITH ME AT ALL. THEY WOULD HAVE STILL BEEN DELIGHTED TO HAVE ME PARTICIPATING, WHICH IS THE WRONG MESSAGE.))
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The Boy Scouts have said all along they planned to appeal to the U-S Supreme Court, if the state court ruled in Dale's favor.

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A standoff between a Wytheville man and police ended peacefully this afternoon.
Wytheville police say it all started this morning when 50- year old Jackie Kitts and his father got into an argument at their home.
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When police tried to serve a warrant taken out by the father, the younger Kitts refused to come out and police surrounded the house.
After several hours-- authorities finally talked Kitts into surrendering.
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[SOT 13:14:01]
[IN Q=No, I never]

((H. L. AYERS/WYTHEVILLE POLICE DEPT.: NO, I NEVER DID HEAR ANY THREATS MADE TO US OR TO HIMSELF.))
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[ANCHOR=KEITH]
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This isn't the first time authorities have surrounded the Kitts' home.
Wytheville police say they've handled similar calls at least three times.

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A day of collective mourning in Atlanta today.
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It was a city-wide memorial service for the victims of last week's mass murder rampage by Mark Barton. Family and friends of the 12 victim's families gathered at the Peachtree Road United Methodist church.
Mayor Bill Campbell tried to comfort those who'd lost a friend or family member.
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[SOT 14:49]
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((THE LOSS THAT YOU HAVE SUFFERED IS WITHOUT MEASURE, YOUR SORROW BEYOND WORDS, BUT KNOW THAT YOU ARE NOT ALONE.))
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The mayor said Atlantans had come together to mourn and pray together, regardless of race and religion.
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Roanoke city has reduced water consumption by 13 percent since mandatory restrictions began a month ago.
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[VO-NAT]
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Now citizens can find out just how many gallons they're saving per week. The city put up a sign in front of the Civic Center so motorists can track the progress. It's just the latest step in the city's "Join the Wave to Save" campaign.
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[SOT 00:14:13]
[IN Q=We have]

((DIANE AKERS/ ASST. CITY MANAGER: WE HAVE BUMPER STICKERS THAT WE'RE SAYING "JOIN THE WAVE TO SAVE" AND WE'RE MEETING WITH CITIZEN GROUPS, WE'RE PUTTING INFORMATION ON THE CITY PAGE.))
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[VO-NAT]

The goal is to save 28 million gallons a week. The city is planning on adding more signs if this first one is successful.
It will remain up for the duration of the drought.
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Coming up next, Hillary Clinton says she is not trying to excuse the President's infidelities,
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[VO-NAT]

And then after sports, we'll meet a young man who won more than money in yesterday's big lottery.
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[ANCHOR=Tonya]


On Health Check, we'll see how a study of blind women has given scientists new insight into breast cancer.
[ANCHOR=Keith]


And Patrick Evans will introduce us to three local singers who are reaching world class status.

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Authorities today recovered the body of a Montgomery County man who drowned over the weekend.
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Darrell Waugh's body was found along the banks of Claytor Lake around eight thirty.
The 49- year old man from Pilot had been missing since Sunday evening when he and another man jumped out of a boat to swim.
When their boat started drifting, the two tried to make it to shore but Waugh apparently became fatigued and began to panic.
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While most kids enjoyed another day of summer vacation, students at year round schools in the area headed back to the classroom.
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At Schoolfield Elementary School, Danville's first year round school, children filed back into the halls after a three week break.
This will be the school's fourth year of year round classes.
Kids and school administrators are giving the schedule high marks.
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((RAE GILBERT/5th GRADER: IT GIVES YOU SOMETHING TO DO DURING THE SUMMER, GOING BACK EARLY.)) [2:55:27 - :40] ((SUZANNE JONES/PRINCIPAL: THE CHILDREN AT THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR, THEY'VE NOT FORGOTTEN, THEY'VE NOT LOST LEARNING THAT THEY HAD ACHIEVED OVER THE SUMMER AND WE'RE ABLE TO HIT THE GROUND RUNNING...))
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Coming up on News 7 at 6, we'll tell you how the year round schools are gaining in popularity and what kind of results they're seeing in student achievement.
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First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton says her husband's childhood problems are no excuse for his infidelity.
Speaking today in New York, Clinton said her interview in Talk magazine was not an effort to defend the President's bad behavior.
Terisa Estacio has more.
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((FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE TALK MAGAZINE HIT THE STREETS.. FIRST LADY HILLARY CLINTON SPOKE ABOUT THE COVER ARTICLE WHICH AT TIMES DELVES INTO HER PRIVATE LIFE WITH THE PRESIDENT.

(SOT, HILLARY CLINTON ) I AM A VERY STRONG PROPONENT AND BELIEVER IN

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY.. SO I HOPE PEOPLE WILL TAKE THAT MESSAGE AWAY FROM IT )
MRS. CLINTON ALSO REVEALED THE INTERVIEW TOOK PLACE MONTHS AGO SAYING SHE HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH IT COINCIDING WITH HER CAMPAIGNING LIKE THIS STOP IN JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK.

(SOT, PRESIDENT CLINTON BITE)
(TC: 13 02 40 )
(INCUE: I DON'T' BELIEVE THAT ANYBODY COULD FAIRLY READ THE ARTICLE AND

THINK THAT SHE WAS MAKING ANY EXCUSES FOR ME )

(LOCATOR: THE WHITE HOUSE)


ALSO ADDRESSING THE ARTICLE.. PRESIDENT CLINTON CONTINUED TO LEND HIS SUPPORT OF THE FIRST LADY.. AND HER DECISION TO SPEAK OUT.

(SOT, CLINTON, I haven't made any excuses for what was inexcusable and

neither has she, believe me.)

(STANDUP TERISA ESTACIO)
(INCUE; HERE IN NEW YORK.. TALK MAGAZINE IS HOT.. DISAPPEARING QUICKLY

OFF NEWSSTAND. HOWEVER, IF YOU ASK PEOPLE WHAT THEY THINK ABOUT THE ARTICLE ON HILLARY CLINTON.. MOST SAY THEY HAVE HEARD ENOUGH )

(SOTS, NAMES TO COME)


BUT FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT THIS JUST CAME OUT.. AN UNAUTHORIZED BOOK ON HILLARY AND BILL CLINTON. TERISA ESTACIO, CBS NEWS NEW YORK.)


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Coming up next on the newscast, we will meet three young singers from our area are receiving some international attention.
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Forty-three young singers from across the country will depart later this month on a journey to China for an international Choir festival, and three of those singers will be from the Roanoke Valley.
Patrick Evans has the story.
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Coming up on today's Sports ticker, Steve Mason will tell us which running back has signed a huge contract with the Rams.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]


On health Check, good news for health conscious pizza lovers.
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[VO-NAT]

Plus -- what's so special about the new birthing suites at Carilion NRV Medical Center.
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((SUSIE SIBURT/NURSE: A LOT OF PATIENTS FEEL LIKE THEY'RE IN A HOTEL.))
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It's the closest thing to giving birth at a luxury hotel -- with all the comforts of home. The Mother/Baby suites at Carilion New River Valley Medical Center deliver tight security, top of the line care, and a five star reputation.
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((ARE YOU GOING TO WAKE UP, YOU GOING TO WAKE UP HONEY.))
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Isis Casey is taking it easy -- after all she was just born Monday night -- but in this hospital she's not the only one getting pampered.
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((MARLENA CASEY/NEW MOM: IT'S LIKE I'M A QUEEN RATHER.))
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((SUSIE SIBURT/NURSE: I'VE HEARD COMMENTS ABOUT IT BEING LIKE A HOTEL...WE TRY AND MAKE PEOPLE COMFORTABLE BECAUSE HAVING A BABY IS A NATURAL THING, BUT HAVING IN A HOSPITAL IS WHERE THE BEST AND SAFEST CARE CAN BE.))
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Quality care and Jacuzzi bathtubs.
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((CLEO WILLIAMS/DIRECTOR PEDIATRIC SERVICES: THE ROOMS ARE LARGE. WE'VE TRIED TO MAKE THEM HOMELIKE SO PATIENTS CAN FEEL REAL COMFORTABLE IN THEM. WE HAVE REFRIGERATORS IN EACH OF THE ROOMS WHERE WE STOCK THEIR FAVORITE BEVERAGES WE HAVE SLEEP PULL OUT SOFAS FOR THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS, IF THEY DESIRE TO STAY WITH THE PATIENT.))
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((SEAN CASEY/NEW DAD: THEY HAVE A BED FOR ME, THEY'VE GIVEN ME GUEST TRAYS SO I DON'T HAVE TO LEAVE TO EAT, WE HAVE TELEVISION TO WATCH AND JUST BASICALLY THE COMFORT OF A ROOM AT HOME.))
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And even though they don't look like hospital rooms -- they are fully furnished with medical supplies -- hidden in cabinets to maintain the warm atmosphere.

[5-Breast-Cancer]


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A simple over the counter supplement may help protect women from breast cancer.
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[VO-NAT]


Harvard researchers say two recent studies suggest the hormone supplement melatonin has an anti-cancer effect.
The discovery was made when scientists noticed blind women have sixty percent less breast cancer than other women.
They also have high levels of melatonin.
That is because melatonin is controlled by light.
As night falls, levels go up making you feel sleepy.
For the visually impaired, it is always night thus they always maintain high levels.
Airline attendants are at the opposite extreme because they have less melatonin. They sleep less due to jet lag.
They also have twice the normal rate of breast cancer.
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((ANY LEVEL OF CONCERN? OH, YEAH. I HAVE IT IN MY FAMILY HISTORY SO IT DOES CONCERN ME.))
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[VO-NAT]


During the century, breast cancer has been on the rise, and the Harvard researchers think one reason may be artificial light.
It depresses melatonin levels which could make cancer more likely.
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[5-Pizza]


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Finally today, researchers at Cornell University are offering health conscious pizza lovers some advice.
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[VO-NAT]


They say they have discovered a way to make fat free or low fat pizza cheese taste, look and melt as well as regular mozzarella.
The secret, apply a TINY amount of fat on the surface of the cheese.
The no or low fat cheeses don't melt or fuse well together when baking. They also scorch easily.
But the Cornell food researchers say a VERY THIN surface coating of canola oil applied just before baking makes the fat free cheese behave like the real thing.
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[2-Shot-Toss]
[ANCHOR=Keith]


Today in Sports, the St. Louis Rams get their man, but it costs a lot of money.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]


With the latest from the N-F-L, here's Steve Mason.

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your midweek ticker. [graphic]
NFL training camp just got a whole lot more enjoyable for running back Marshall Faulk.
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[VO-NAT]
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Today, the former Indianapolis Colts pro bowler was signed by the St. Louis Rams. The contract is for seven years and is worth 45 million bucks. The 26 year old was the league's leading all around back last season. He rushed for one thousand, 319 yards and caught 86 passes for 908 yards while playing for the Colts.
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[S5-High]


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High School football practices continued today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :]


At Patrick Henry the Patriots worked out in shorts and helmets today. Last year because of physicals and other things only 15 kids showed up for practice but this year more than 50 players began two a days at the school today.
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A big turnout also over at Northside High School. The Vikings also worked out in shorts and helmets and coach Jim Hickam uses the time before full pads to go over plays and formations.
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The Winston Cup Circuit is at Indianapolis for Saturday's Brickyard 400. Qualifying gets underway tomorrow at 2:30. Dale Earnhardt is looking for his first win since the Diehard 500.
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[OUT Q=...win this race"]
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[ANCHOR=steve]
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coming up at six, more high school football and the first round of the Valley Amateur, see ya then everyone

[5-Queen-Mother]


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Brits lined up outside the home of the Queen Mother today.
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[VO-NAT]
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They wanted to wish her a happy 99th birthday.
The gesture was apparently well appreciated as the Queen Mum came out to greet her fans.
Long considered the most popular member of the royal family, Adolph Hitler once called her the most dangerous woman in Europe because she was so effective at boosting public morale.
Even now her age hasn't lessened her popularity.
The Queen Mum is still a big fan of horse racing and is a firm believer in the healing power of a stiff gin and tonic.
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[5-Lottery-of-Love]


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While many people were waiting to see if they would become millionaires, at least one man found out he had already won the heart of his girlfriend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago;]


Matt Burnett regularly played instant lottery games with his girlfriend Jill Maurer.
When he gave her some tickets Tuesday, one showed they had won a mystery prize.
It was only when the couple claimed their winnings in front of television cameras that Jill found out the real reason she was there.
Matt had set the whole thing up with the lottery so he could propose in style.
In case you can't tell from the video, she said "Yes."
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