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Today on News 7 at 5, several people including four young people are injured as a gunman opens fire in a Los Angeles community center. We'll have a live report.
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and the wife of actor William Shatner drowns in an apparent accident.
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Today's weather saw widely scattered showers in northern Virginia. Tomorrow we have a 30% chance of catching a shower as well.

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On health check -- a new study sheds some light on violence in the workplace.
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Plus -- pregnant women are jumping for joy over a new tool to help ease the pain of labor.
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((WHAT WE BELIEVE TO BE A YOUNG MALE TEENAGER BURST INTO THE LOBBY OF THE CENTER AND OPENED FIRE.))
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An all too familiar scene- this time at a day care center in Los Angeles.
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Gunfire rang out inside the Jewish Community Center- wounding five people- including three children.
The gunman- described as a teenager with an uzi- is still on the loose.
Bobbi Harley is following the story as the manhunt goes on-
She joins us from Los Angeles with the latest.
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It's a massive manhunt for a gunman who opened fire in a Los Angeles Jewish community center. Five people were hit by bullets...three of them children. CMDR. DAVID KALISH, LAPD: Police said some of the injuries were serious, with one victim, an 8-year-old boy, being flown to an area hospital by helicopter. Dozens of police officers combed the streets, looking for the suspect. He was described as white, and wearing a black t-shirt....and still at-large. CAPT. STEVE RUDA/LAFD: "Apparently he had a 9 mm Uzi. Eyewitnesses are saying he did this incredible act here this morning."
Witnesses say the gunman walked into the center and sprayed the lobby with gunfire. Within minutes of the attack, shocked parents rushed to the scene. Emotions ran high as families were reunited. The attack in this upper middle class community stunned Los Angeles. TV news helicopters buzzed overhead...with police advising residents to stay in their homes as the manhunt continued. HARLEY STANDUP

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The man known to millions as Captain Kirk on Star Trek- has lost his wife.
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William Shatner's wife apparently drowned in the family pool overnight.
Shatner said he came home and found his wife at the bottom of the swimming pool.
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((MR. SHATNER DOVE INTO THE POOL AND DRAGGED HIS WIFE OUT OF THE POOL AND CALLED 911 WHO ADVISED HIM TO PERFORM CPR.))


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Shatner married Nerine- a former model in 1997- IT was his third marriage.
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((WILLIAM SHATNER/ACTOR: HER LAUGHTER, HER TEARS AND HER JOY WILL BE WITH ME FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. THANK YOU.))
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An autopsy will done- but so far police are calling the drowning accidental.
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After four days -- the Purgatory mountain fire is still keeping firefighters busy.
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The work today was more to help contain the blaze- The fire is NOT officially under control. Firefighters had problems overnight -- a thirty acre fire broke over containment lines. This brings the total up to 12-hundred-85 acres burned. Officials say they're keeping an eye on things.
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((CHRIS THOMSEN/ RESOURCE FORESTER: WHAT WE'RE LOOKING AT IS MOSTLY PATROLLING THE LINES AND A LOT OF MOP UP. WE'RE GOING TO TRY TO REINFORCE EVERYTHING AND KEEP IT SAFE FOR TODAY.))
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Almost one hundred firefighters have been working around the clock since the fire began. Officials say they may be able to start sending some firefighters home as early as tomorrow morning. They hope to have the fire under control later tonight or tomorrow.
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Coming up next on the newscast, tempers and the cost of a new high school both rise today in Roanoke County,
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And then a little later, we'll see how local campers are refusing to let their differences keep them from forming a Christian bond.
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Tempers flared at the Roanoke County board of Supervisors meeting today when board members were informed the price tag of the new South County high school had gone up.
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Superintendent Deanna Gordon told the board they need another 5-million dollars for additions to the project including an auditorium.
And she said the architect has stopped work on the project until more money is found.
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The supervisors approved an additional 67-thousand dollars to re-start the project but would not approve any additional funding until they meet with the school board to discuss the overall cost of the building.

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Farmers, warehouse workers and politicians marked the opening of Southside Virginia's Old Belt tobacco market today.
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Marya Jones is in our Danville newsroom with more.
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Jean, they celebrated the continuation of a 130 year old tradition: The tobacco auctions in Danville.
But growers and warehouse owners despaired over the low prices they were getting for their tobacco on opening day.

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As bales of Southside's finest quality tobacco sold for prices about ten to 12 dollars lower than last year, farmers pronounced this year's opening a grim one.
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((MEARL WITCHER: I AIN'T PLEASED WITH IT. I AIN'T PLEASED WITH NONE BEING SOLD TODAY. IT'S NOT GOOD. ))
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And they noticed some disturbing trends in the sales: tobacco company buyers passing over much of the premium crop.
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((J.T. DAVIS/CONCERNED FRIENDS OF TOBACCO: MOST OF IT IS BEING TAKEN IN OR BOUGHT BY THE WAREHOUSE AND VERY LITTLE IS GOING TO THE COMPANIES. ))
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When the bidding ended at the first two warehouses, half-a-million pounds of tobacco had been sold at an average price of 1.80 per pound.
That, in comparison to an average price of 1.93 per pound last year.
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((MEARL WITCHER: IF THEY'RE GOING TO BUY ONE YEAR AGED TOBACCO FOR THE PRICES THAT THEY'RE PAYING NOW, WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO PAY FOR THE NEW?))
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It was another worry, added to other uncertainties about the future of tobacco.
Politicians that showed up offered few concrete solutions, but many words of encouragement.
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((VIRGIL GOODE: WE DO HAVE THE BEST TOBACCO, WE HAVE THE CLEANEST TOBACCO AND FOR OUR FUTURE, IT NEEDS TO BE GROWN IN THE UNITED STATES...NOT CHINA, NOT ZIMBABWE AND NOT BRAZIL.))
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No one knows exactly WHY the prices are lower this year. Leaf buyers aren't talking.
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But, Jean, we'll have more for you at 6 on whether the outlook could get better sometime soon.

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If you're struggling to find something that's both light and nutritious for dinner, stick around up next Patrick Evans will have a suggestion for a perfect summer salad.
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Trying to keep your diet varied, tasty, and healthy is quite a challenge.
Today, Patrick Evans has enlisted the aid of a chef and a clinical dietitian from Carilion, and together they've created the perfect summer salad.
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Today in Sports, members of two NASCAR teams are suspended following a racial incident at the track. Mike Stevens will have the details in a moment.
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Why are a quarter of Americans angry at work? -- we'll have the results of a new study on that next in health check.
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And the maternity care center at Lewis-Gale is giving new meaning to the term bouncing baby.
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((ROSEMARY WINSLOW/DIRECTOR OF MATERNITY CARE: ONE OF THE THINGS THAT PEOPLE HAVE TO TRY AND DO WHEN THEY ARE IN EARLY LABOR IS TO TRY AND CHANGE POSITIONS FREQUENTLY.))
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A new study confirms something that most people already knew.
A good percentage of American workers are angry on the job.
Maureen Maher looks at what could be the root of that anger.
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(( With deadly on the job shootings in Atlanta and Alabama in just the last two weeks, it's no surprise that a new study claims one in four of us is chronically angry at work.
Some people think the numbers are actually higher.

(SOT/MOS/12:46:39) "I think everybody has a little anger in the

workplace."

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WORKPLACE ANGER: 7 Actions of Supervisors or Managers
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greatest source of frustration and anger followed by. 7 Unproductive Co-workers - 7 Tight Deadlines - and a 7 Heavy Workload

(STAND-UP/MAHER) Despite the recent shootings in the South, murder in

the workplace is down. In fact, over the last several years as the economy has grown, the number of violent acts on the job has fallen.
Professor Donald Gibson who co-authored the study says those do who act on that anger are the ones who feel left out.

(SOT/Donald Gibson/Author of Study/15:05) ".there is a group that is

doing well that is quite happy and satisfied and then there may be a resentful group, watching the happy satisfied group."
And Gibson notes if the economy turns, we could see more violent outbursts.

(SOT/MOS/12:53:50) ".. management always tries to push more on you,

but I guess it's how you deal with it."
The study suggest the best way to "deal with it" is to return to a basic principle - talk it out. Sooner, rather than later.
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Women in labor are having a ball at Lewis-Gale Medical Center. We're talking about birthing balls -- and these bouncing chairs are one of the most popular items in the delivery room.
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((AND YOU CAN SORT OF ROLL FROM SIDE TO SIDE AND JUST DO THAT.)) [RUNS:05] Nurse Jana Williams is demonstrating how the labor ball allows women to sit and move around at the same time.
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((SHARA WYATT/REGISTERED NURSE: YOU SEE THEM STARTING OUT REAL SLOW AND AS THE LABOR INTENSIFIES THEY START BOUNCING A LITTLE HARDER, THEY'RE ARE ABLE TO MORE OR LESS CONTROL THAT EFFECT THAT THE BALL HAS.)) [RUNS:14]
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It can also encourage fetal descent, pelvic relaxation and pelvic mobility -- and even be used when the mother has light epidural anesthesia to help take her mind off the discomfort.
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((ROSEMARY WINSLOW/DIRECTOR OF MATERNITY CARE: IT CAN HELP ALLEVIATE IT, IT'S NOT GOING TO TAKE THE PAIN AWAY, BUT AGAIN JUST CHANGING POSITIONS AND MOVING AROUND CAN HELP WITH CIRCULATION, BECAUSE IT'S A SOFT BALL, YOU'RE NOT SITTING ON A HARD SURFACE AND AS YOU MOVE AROUND IT CAN CHANGE THE PRESSURE POINTS.)) [RUNS:16]
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Mothers say the labor ball is the most comfortable thing for them to sit on in the last few weeks of pregnancy -- and even after the baby is born.
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((SHARA WYATT/REGISTERED NURSE: THEY'RE VERY COMFORTABLE, THEY FEEL REALLY GOOD, IT'S KIND OF SURPRISING HOW THEY FEEL, I THINK I'LL GET ONE FOR MY LIVING ROOM.)) [RUNS:07]
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[VO NAT] Winslow says it can be helpful post partum to calm a fussy baby too. The birthing ball costs about 25 to 30 dollars.
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Today in Sports, there's trouble for two Nascar team members.
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With that and the return of football to Cleveland...here's Mike Stevens.

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Today's two minute sports ticker begins with an unfortunate story from the NASCAR garage.
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Two Winston Cup team members were suspended indefinitely today after one put a sheet over his head during an argument with a black crew member of another race team during the July 11th race weekend in New Hampshire.
One of the suspended was attempting to impersonate a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
The suspended team members worked for Derrike Cope and Terry Labonte as motorcoach drivers and have now been fired.


The black crew member, was David Scott, who works for Jeremy Mayfield's team at Kranefuss-Penske Racing.
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Fortunately, this was about the only controversial moment in last night's Browns Cowboys game as Terry Kirby barely breaks the plane for a TD to make it 7-to-nothing.
Tim Couch, the Browns' prized rookie was extremely impressive in his debut completing 7 of his first 8 passes including this TD toss to fellow rookie Kevin Johnson, the speedster from Syracuse.
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Couch finished up with 137 yards on 11 completions and he also showed he isn't afraid of contact, as he gets drilled by Dat Nguyen
The Browns won 20-to-17 in overtime.
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A record five grand slams were hit in the big leagues last night. Right now only a couple of games are underway in the big leagues.
The Yankees and A's are scoreless in the third, and the Cubs trail the Diamondbacks 3-to-1 in the ninth.
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In one NBA note this afternoon, Scott Layden, who carries a reputation as an evaluator of talent, is leaving his post as vice president of basketball operations for the Utah Jazz to become the general manager of the New York Knicks.
He replaces Ernie Grunfeld.
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The Redskins training camp workouts are continuing this week in Frostburg, Maryland.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six, we will visit with wide receiver Michael Westbrook, who is set to begin his 5th season in the NFL.
All he wants is to stay healthy, make the pro bowl and lead his team to the playoffs. His story is coming up tonight at six.
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Plus, we'll continue our preseason Friday Football Extra reports with a trip to Bedford County. Jefferson Forest and Liberty share the spotlight tonight.
Have a safe evening everybody. [go to break]

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Seventy kids -- and even their parents -- are learning to bridge their differences at the first Smith Mountain Lake inter denominational Bible Camp.
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Lutherans, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Catholics, even those who claim no religion in particular -- are all there.
The rock climbers come to trust and know each other intimately -- and build a similar bond with Jesus.
The mountain bikers use their unique gifts to work together.
And the white water rafters say God can calm the rough spots.
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((I LEARNED GOD IS ALWAYS WITH US AND THAT GOD IS GREATER THAN ANYTHING.))
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The older children have trained for weeks to lead this group and now want to start a lake wide youth group.
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((I WOULD REALLY ENJOY HAVING A YOUTH GROUP. I'VE HEARD OF OTHER CHURCHES DOING YOUTH GROUPS BUILDING THEIR FAITH TOGETHER GOING PLACES DOING THINGS. I THINK IT WOULD BE REALLY FUN.))
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Tonight on News7 at Six, we will see what these young people are doing to help Smith Mountain Lake families.
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