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Life's only two certainties top News 7 at Five.
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We've got Congress and the President on TAXES.
And DEATH in Alabama- -a suspect in custody- -alleged to have killed three co-workers.
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Another quiet weather day with a few more on the horizon. Looking for mid 80s again Friday.

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On health check -- A new AIDS test could produce results faster.
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And -- Toy makers are recalling a popular musical Winnie the Pooh.
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Republicans call it "a great bill.''
One Democrat says it's "loaded with fertilizer.''
The House has passed and sent to the Senate the 800 billion dollar Republican tax cutting bill that faces a veto from President Clinton.
Lisa Hughes reports.
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[SUPER=01-Rep. Bill Archer/R-Texas; ]
[SUPER=01-Rep. JC Watts/R-Oklahoma; ]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Charles Rangel/D-NY; ]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Lloyd Doggett/D-Texas; ]
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Republicans passed a plan to cut taxes for everyone. Trimming income tax rates by one percent repealing estate taxes and reducing the marriage penalty. GOP leaders say it's simple.

(Super: Rep. Bill Archer/R-Texas DOWN SIZING THE POWER OF WASHINGTON AND

UPSIZING THE POWER OF PEOPLE. THIS IS A GREAT BILL) Republicans say to keep a strong economy going Americans should be allowed to enjoy part of a predicted budget surplus.


(Super: Rep. JC Watts/R-Oklahoma WE'RE GONNA GIVE YOU A REWARD. WE'RE

GONNA GIVE YOU TAX RELIEF)
But Democrats insist it's irresponsible to spend a surplus the government doesn't have yet.

(Super: Rep. Charles Rangel/D-NY

EVERYBODY WANTS A TAX CUT. BUT SOME OF US BELIEVE YOU PAY OFF YOUR DEBTS FIRST)
Texas Democrat Lloyd Doggett used this picture to make his point

(Super: Rep. Lloyd Doggett/D-Texas

IT'S CALLED PLUCKED CLEAN AND THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENS TO SOCIAL SECURITY)
An unwavering President Clinton promises a veto.
PRESIDENT, WE SHOULD NOT BE DOING THIS UNTIL WE FIGURE OUT HOW WE'RE GOING TO SAVE MEDICARE, SAVE SOCIAL SECURITY AND PAY THE DEBT OFF
The Senate's debating the bill now. Even if it passes, the President won't veto it right away. Republicans aren't sending it to him 'til September at the end of a month long recess in which they'll tout the bill's benefits to the voters back home. Lisa Hughes. CBS News. Washington.

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Three people are dead in another workplace shooting in the South-- this time, in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama.


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A man went into two businesses- -one where he now works, Ferguson Enterprises- -the other was a former employer - -and he just opened fire. Two people were killed at Ferguson... another at Post Airgas.
Police managed to locate the suspect on Interstate- 65. He refused to pull over at first and resisted arrest briefly once they did get him off the road.
Officers say they found a gun on the front seat.
The shooting came a week to the day after day-trader turned killer Mark Barton opened fire at two brokerage firms in Atlanta
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It was anything but business as usual in downtown Pulaski today.
An entire block was evacuated for SEVERAL hours this morning after a bomb threat was phoned in to the courthouse.
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A worker in the circuit clerk's office received the call around 9 A-M.
The courthouse was quickly evacuated and the ten inmates scheduled for trial were returned to jail.
The caller reportedly said a bomb was set to go off at ten A-M.
Sheriff Jim Davis declined to elaborate but said the caller also made other remarks which prompted him to block off the street and evacuate nearby businesses and residences.
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((JIM DAVIS/PULASKI CO. SHERIFF: WE'VE SEARCHED THE OUTSIDE PREMISES AND THE ROOF SO FAR WITH THE USE OF A PULASKI FIRE DEPARTMENT BOOM TRUCK. WE SEARCHED THE ROOF AND SO FORTH SO WE FEEL CONFIDENT WHEN THE DOG GOES IN THE COURTHOUSE AND DOES HIS SEARCH WE WILL BE SAFE ENOUGH TO OPEN UP AT THAT TIME.))
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The courthouse was reopened at one- thirty.
Less than thirty minutes later a second threat was phoned in but the building was NOT evacuated.
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An environmental study says Virginia is doing better, but there is a word of warning. We'll have that story next.
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And saying "enough is enough," the judge sends an Oscar-winning actor to prison for three years.
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On Health Check, a new test will detect the H-I-V virus much earlier than before.
[ANCHOR=Keith]


And Patrick Evans will teach us how to keep home grown tomatoes from rotting on the vine.

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Robert Downey Junior will spend the next three years in a California state prison for violating probation.
The judge who presided over Downey's original drug case in 1996 says he had given the Oscar winning actor enough chances to clean up his act.
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(((LOCATOR: MALIBU, CA)
DECKED OUT IN AN ORANGE JAIL JUMPSUIT - HIS HANDS CUFFED BEHIND HIS BACK - ACTOR ROBERT DOWNEY JUNIOR PLEADED WITH A JUDGE IN A MALIBU, CALIFORNIA COURTROOM TO LET HIM STAY IN REHAB - AND NOT GO BACK TO JAIL.

SOT - ROBERT DOWNEY, JR./ACTOR - It's like I've got a shotgun in my

mouth, with my finger on the trigger and I like the taste of the gun metal.
FAMED O-J SIMPSON ATTORNEY ROBERT SHAPIRO ARGUED FOR THE ACTOR - POINTING TO DOCTORS AND PSYCHOLOGISTS REPORTS RECOMMENDING DOWNEY STAY IN REHAB FOR HIS DRUG PROBLEMS.

SOT - ROBERT SHAPIRO/DOWNEY'S ATTORNEY : They all agree a structured

program is what is needed by Mr. Downey.
BUT THE JUDGE DIDN'T BUY IT - HE DECIDED THE ONLY STRUCTURED PROGRAM IN THE ACTOR'S FUTURE IS THE MAXIMUM PENALTY - THREE YEARS IN STATE PRISON - ALL FOR VIOLATING HIS PROBATION ON HIS ORIGINAL ARREST ON DRUGS AND WEAPONS CHARGES BACK IN 1996. IRONICALLY ENOUGH, DOWNEY'S LATEST FLICK "BOWFINGER" HITS THE BIG SCREEN NEXT WEEK..

NAT SOT - CLIP - COURTESY UNIVERSAL


NO MORE PICTURES ANY TIME SOON FOR THE OSCAR NOMINATED ACTOR -- WHO TOLD THE JUDGE SENDING HIM TO JAIL DOESN'T SOLVE HIS PROBLEMS - IT ONLY STOPS THEM FOR A WHILE.

SOT - ROBERT DOWNEY, JR./ACTOR - When someone points a gun at me,

they're just interrupting my business.
STANDUP - BH))

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Authorities say horseplay is at fault in the accidental shooting of a Martinsville City deputy by his coworker inside City Hall more than two weeks ago.
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Deputy Bobby Branch has been charged with reckless handling of a firearm in the incident.
Sheriff Steve Draper said today that Branch jokingly pointed his gun toward David Floyd and hit his shoulder against the wall, causing the gun to go off.
Floyd was shot in the hip.
Both men were suspended for 20 days without pay and placed on 12 months probation.
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((STEVE DRAPER/MARTINSVILLE CITY SHERIFF: DAVID NEEDS TO THANK THE LORD THAT HE'S ALIVE. THAT HE DIDN'T GET HURT ANY WORSE THAN HE DID WHEN HE GOT SHOT. THIS INCIDENT WAS BAD AND IT WAS TRAGIC AND IT WAS EMBARRASSING TO MY DEPARTMENT, BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN A WHOLE LOT WORSE. ))
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Sheriff Draper says that neither of the men was fired because of their good work history and the fact that they're each less than four years away from retirement.

[5-VCU-Study]


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Both air and water in Virginia are getting cleaner.
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That's according to a first-ever study of Virginia's environment, using 15 years of data.
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((GREG GARMAN/VIRGINIA ENVIRON. QUALITY INDEX: YOU'VE GOT FOLKS ON BOTH SIDES OF SOME IDEOLOGIES THAT WILL MAKE STATEMENTS THAT THE ENVIRONMENT IS GETTING BETTER. THE ENVIRONMENT IS GETTING WORSE. THERE WAS NO OBJECTIVE BASIS FOR REALLY EVALUATING HOW THE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES WITHIN THE COMMONWEALTH WERE WORKING OR NOT WORKING.))
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Scientists at Virginia Commonwealth University say federal regulations have made the gains possible.
But there are still trouble areas.
Toxic releases from industry, population growth, declining open spaces, and depletion of wetlands are all on the worry list.
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More students than usual will be living in the dorms at Virginia Tech the next school year and that could cause a room shortage.
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Though the quad is empty now, Tech expects almost nine thousand students to live in the dorms next year. The college says it routinely overbooks the dorms.
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[SUPER=01-Larry Hincker/ University Relations]

((LARRY HINCKER/ UNIVERSITY RELATIONS: WE OFFER HOUSING CONTRACTS TO MORE STUDENTS THAT WE HAVE SLOTS FOR BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT THEY WILL BLEED OFF DURING THE YEAR.))
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Right now there are about 25 students without a place to live. Tech officials say that's not unusual.
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((LARRY HINCKER/ UNIVERSITY RELATIONS: THIS ISN'T ANY DIFFERENT THAN WHAT TAKES PLACE EVERY YEAR. IT'S JUST TAKING PLACE A LITTLE LATER IN THE SUMMER THAN NORMALLY.))
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Although there are 300 hundred more students than last year living in the dorms -- the school has space for most of them thanks to the new Harper Hall. Tech had planned to close an older dorm for renovation, but decided to keep it open to accommodate the extra students.
The school promises that each student will have a place to live by move-in day in three weeks.
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After this break, Patrick Evans will have this week's edition of Growin' It.
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Today he will tackle some of the problems with growing your own tomatoes.
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Gardens have been suffering in the dry, hot weather, but there are some specific problems that need to be addressed.
One of those is "blossom end rot." It's common to tomato plants. Here's Growin' It.
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Today in Sports, there's a new record for qualifying at the Brickyard. Steve Mason will be along shortly to tell us who's on the pole.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]

Parents will want to have a pencil handy for today's health check. A popular children's toy is recalled due to a safety hazard.
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And we'll have an update on the newest most appealing trend in skin care.
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((ROSLYN FITZWATER/ULTRAPEEL PATIENT: THE LINES ARE NOT AS NOTICEABLE AND IT JUST FEELS SOFTER AND IT JUST FEELS BETTER.))
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A possible choking threat is leading a toy company to recall it's toy pianos.
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Tiger Electronics is asking consumers to return its Winnie the Pooh Poppin' Piano. The green "leafy" part of the carrot shaped microphone can break off and pose a choking hazard to small children.
There have not been any reports of injuries as a result of the toy, but there have been three reports of the toy breaking.
About 200 thousand of the toy pianos were sold.
Parents are urged to take this toy away from children immediately and contact Tiger for instructions to replace the toy.
You can call toll free at 888-748-2860.
Only pianos with serial numbers starting with "W-T" or "C-O15-D" are being recalled. The serial number can be found on a small label located inside the battery compartment. It was sold at toy and discount stores from August 1997 to August of this year.
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An experimental blood test could help doctors detect the AIDS virus only days after someone contracts it.
Blood centers across the country are evaluating the test which identifies H-I-V genetic material.
It has the potential to identify the virus two weeks before other methods.
It still needs approval by the Food and Drug Administration.


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The latest in skin treatment is gaining popularity in the Roanoke Valley. The ultrapeel first became available at Lewis-Gale Clinic in April -- Today we're going to see how one of the first patients to have the skin care therapy is doing after the full treatment.
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((OKAY, HAVE A SEAT RIGHT THERE.))
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Roslyn Fitzwater is going in for her sixth and final ultrapeel.
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We first met her in May for her initial visit.
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((ROSLYN FITZWATER/ULTRAPEEL PATIENT: THERE'S A BIG CHANGE, MOST OF THE BROWN SPOTS ARE GONE, MY SKINS A LOT SOFTEN THAN IT WAS, NOT BEING ABLE TO GET TAN HAS BEEN HARD, BUT I'M PLEASED.))
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The peel basically sandblasts the surface layers of the face with micro fine crystals -- so it's necessary to use UVB and UVA sunscreen to protect that delicate skin. It takes four to six treatments to see a noticeable difference.
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((DR. ERIC DESMAN/PLASTIC SURGEON: I'VE BEEN VERY PLEASED WITH THE RESULTS. I THINK THE RESULTS ARE FAIRLY DRAMATIC FOR MANY PATIENTS AND IT'S A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO OUR SKIN CARE PROGRAM AND OUR ABILITY TO HELP PEOPLE WITH A VARIETY OF SKIN PROBLEMS.))
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In just a few months, the clinic has already seen several hundred patients for ultrapeels. Doctor Desman says the 450 dollar cost for the series of peels winds up being equivalent to a chemical peel, because the deeper ultrapeel takes fewer treatments to see results.
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Today in Sports, NASCAR is gearing up for Saturday's running of the Brickyard 400.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]


and a racing veteran says it's just about time to stay at home. Here's Steve Mason.[S5-Qualify]


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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to the two minute ticker that starts on the track.
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Jeff Gordon turned in a track record lap today on his way to winning the pole for Saturday's Brickyard 400.
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Gordon wins his seventh pole of the 1999 season with a record lap of 179 point 612 miles per hour in his Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
Mark Martin will start on the outside pole and points leader Dale Jarrett will start fourth. Now here's the top 25.
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This morning at the Brickyard before qualifying, Darrell Waltrip made it official. With his wife and kids at his side, Waltrip announced his retirement at the end of the 2000 racing season.
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Thanks to great success in the Commonwealth Games, the Valley AFC under 15 boys soccer team is on of two Virginia squads headed to the State Games of America.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


Players from Cave Spring, Salem Northside and Lord Botetourt are part of the 16 man team that will compete in St. Louis, Missouri tomorrow through Sunday. The team left today and is scheduled to play at least three games.
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[OUT Q=....what that's like"]
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coming up at six, the Valley Am Golf tourney continues and a word from Frank Beamer about learning from NFL coaches.


[5-Horse-Show]


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[WRITER=tte]
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Call them champions of horseplay --
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720 kids from Maine to Florida have gathered in Lexington this weekend for the U-S Pony Club Championship.

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[SOT 12:49:51]
[IN Q=This is a show]

((KAY HALES/SHOW ORGANIZER: THIS IS A SHOW WITH CHILDREN OR YOUNG PEOPLE UP TO THE AGE OF 21 WHO ARE DOING IT ON THEIR OWN WITHOUT THEIR PARENTS. THEY DO THE WHOLE THING FOR THREE DAYS LOOKING AFTER THEIR PONIES OR HORSES TOTALLY BY THEMSELVES. THE WELFARE OF THE ANIMAL IS TOTALLY IN THEIR HANDS.))
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They compete in everything from shooting and swimming to their knowledge of the horse.
It's Caitlin Hitt's first year here.
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[IN Q=The best part]

((CAITLIN HITT/COMPETITOR: THE BEST PART OF PONY CLUB IS COMPETING AND BEING WITH YOUR FRIENDS. YOU GET TO MEET SO MANY PEOPLE, PEOPLE FROM REGIONS YOU'RE NOT NORMALLY WITH. AND IT'S JUST A WHOLE LOT OF COOPERATION.))
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The show runs through Sunday at the Virginia Horse Center.
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