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Up next on News 7 at 5, there's evidence tonight that Buford Furrow may have had bigger crimes in mind before he went on a shooting rampage earlier this week.
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and Republican candidates flock to Iowa for an event that could change the course of the next Presidential Election.


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On health check -- The Red Cross is making an urgent appeal to donors.
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And some states are trying to take a controversial drug off the market.
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Flags fly at half staff in Los Angeles today marking the death of a postal worker-

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More disturbing news today- The man suspected in the killing plus the shootings at a Jewish Community Center- apparently was stalking other locations as well.
Teresa Estacio reports from Los Angeles.
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(( THE POPULAR MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE IS ONE OF THE PLACES ACCUSED GUNMAN BUFORD FURROW REPORTEDLY TARGETED TO LAUNCH HIS ASSAULT ON MINORITIES HERE IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA. RABBI MARVIN HIER, SIMON WIESENTHAL INSTITUTE.
("IT WAS CIRCLED ON A MAP FOUND IN THE VAN.")

ALSO ON THE POSSIBLE HIT LIST: THE SKIRBALL CULTURAL CENTER AND THE UNIVERSITY OF JUDAISM. THE LA TIMES REPORTS FURROW BACKED OFF THE HIGHLY VISITED SITES BECAUSE SECURITY WAS TOO TIGHT. THE PAPER ALSO REVEALS FURROW TOLD INVESTIGATORS HE JUST HAPPENED TO SEE THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER IN GRANADA HILLS AFTER STOPPING TO GET GAS. HE SAYS HE DIDN'T INTEND TO HURT CHILDREN. HOWEVER, 3 SUFFERED BULLET WOUNDS, INCLUDING A 5 YEAR OLD STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION.

(INCUE; Well, you can stay here in the van )

THIS IS VIDEO OF FURROW TAKEN FOUR YEARS AGO AT AN ARYAN NATION CONVENTION IN IDAHO WHERE HE WAS A SECURITY GUARD. FURROW ALLEGEDLY CONFESSED HIS SHOOTING SPREE WAS MOTIVATED BY HATRED OF MINORITIES, GRAPHICALLY TELLING AUTHORITIES HOW HE SHOT POSTAL WORKER JOSEPH ILETO IN THE HEAD BECAUSE HE WAS EITHER ASIAN OR HISPANIC. RACHEL ILETO, VICTIM'S SISTER: THERE IS NOTHING TO BRING JOSEPH BACK . WHETHER IT IS RACIAL OR NOT HE IS GONE. THIS MAKESHIFT SHRINE NOW MARKS THE SPOT WHERE ILETO LOST HIS LIFE. A RED BALLOON FLOATS IN THE WIND AT THE SITE_ A NOTE READS.. MISS YOU.
TERISA ESTACIO A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ILETO IS PLANNED FOR TONIGHT. THE FUNERAL IS TOMORROW. TERISA ESTACIO, CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES ))

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Republicans are swarming Iowa today- making their last pitch before tomorrow's big straw poll.
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((HERE YOU GO I'LL GIVE YOU A LITTLE MORE TEA NOW SHOW UP AND VOTE FOR ME ALRIGHT.))
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Dan Quayle poured iced tea-
Lamar Alexander served up chops from the grill-
Elizabeth Dole chatted with campaign workers- and Steve Forbes and all the candidates shook a lot of hands.
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((IT GIVES ME A CHANCE TO SHAKE HANDS AND TO SIGN AUTOGRAPHS AND TO LOOK PEOPLE IN THE EYE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS AND SAY I'D LIKE YOU TO COME. AND WE'LL SEE HOW IT TRANSLATES TOMORROW.))
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Workers are busy putting up tents and blowing up balloons.
The poll is touted as the turning point in the contest for the GOP nomination.
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A Lexington dairy farmer has given up his struggle and sold out.
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But there were no tears at this auction.
Owner David Tardy says he's sick of fighting the drought and falling milk prices.
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((DAVID TARDY/FARMER: HOW DOES IT FEEL TO SELL THIS? I GUESS IT'S GOOD, YEAH. SO FAR IT'S BEEN GOOD.))
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He's making about seventeen hundred dollars a cow and hopes to close the day about a half million dollars richer.

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((LEE WAGSTAFF/FARMER: PEOPLE ALWAYS NEED MORE COWS. YOU NEED TO EITHER GET BIGGER OR GET OUT OF THE DAIRY BUSINESS ANYMORE. IT'S NO GETTING SMALLER, THERE'S NO ROOM FOR THE SMALL FARMERS. EVEN WITH THESE GUYS GETTING OUT THERE'S ALWAYS PEOPLE WILLING TO BUY.))
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In fact Wagstaff says many of these farmers have huge operations further south and buy truckloads of cattle when Virginia farms fold.
But he says this is NOT the end of Virginia dairies -- find out why tonight on News7 at Six.
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Fighting the fire on Purgatory Mountain is proving expensive. But who should pay -- the state or the trucker who caused it?
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The fire ripped through the mountain for four days before firefighters controlled it. State Forest Department officials say the bill left behind is over one hundred thousand dollars.
The fire started when a tire came off a tractor trailer and the metal parts hit the ground. Botetourt County's Commonwealth Attorney will look at the evidence and decide if the trucker should be held responsible.
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((WE'LL DETERMINE IF THERE'S ANY CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE OR CARELESSNESS ON THE PART OF THE TRUCKER, MAINTENANCE CREW, OR ANYONE INVOLVED ON THE TRUCK. WE'LL ALSO LOOK AT CIVIL CHARGES -- THE RESPONSIBILITY ASPECT OF YOUR ACTIONS.))
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This is the largest fire the department has seen at this time of year -- and the summer has already had more fires than usual. Forestry officials say they will face a deficit with these costs added to the anticipated costs for the fall fire season.
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Up next, Martinsville's second largest employer makes some changes at the top. We'll have the details.
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And we'll tell you why a Roanoke company believes its robots are guarding its future earnings.
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On health check, the local Red Cross says the area is in dire need of blood.
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and Patrick Evans will trace Nascar's connection to moonshining

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A major shakeup at Martinsville's second biggest employer.
Now the big question at Tultex is:
Can new management breathe life into a dying company?
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Tultex announced today its chief executive officer is resigning.
Chuck Davies had been with the company since 19-95 ... and had been under heavy pressure from shareholders to step down.
The apparel company's stock has plummeted under Davies ... today it was worth less than 50 cents.
The new C-E-O is the company's former executive vice president.
He says Tultex can fight back --- even though the odds are stacked against the company.
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((RANDY ROLLINS: I'M REALISTIC ABOUT THE FUTURE. I'M DETERMINED ABOUT THE FUTURE. AND I THINK WE'LL BE SUCCESSFUL BECAUSE OF THAT.))
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Another top manager also turned in his resignation.
James Chriss is stepping down as president after only three months at the company.
Tultex has been hurt badly by foreign competition.
Today's management shakeup comes after many other cost-cutting measures -- like sending almost all of its sewing jobs to Mexico.
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The U-S Army is beefing up security with a corps of robots made in Roanoke.
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Local company Cybermotion put the robots on display today.
They're called "CyberGuards"... and they're designed to recognize intruders or environmental hazards.
The Army's using the robots to replace humans on patrol in warehouses.
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((JOHN HOLLAND/CYBERMOTION: A HUMAN IS VERY FLEXIBLE. HUMANS CAN CLIMB OVER THINGS AND DO SOMETHING VERY UNEXPECTED. WHAT HUMANS AREN'T ANY GOOD AT IS ROUTINE -- DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER, DAY AND NIGHT. THEY DON'T LIKE TO DO THAT.))
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Over the long run, the robots also cost less.
Government studies say the Army -- and taxpayers -- will save millions of dollars.
For Cybermotion, the contract is a seven-year deal worth 27-million dollars.
The company plans to expand from 15 employees ... to 250.
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Anyone who's moved into a new home knows how difficult it can be to pack up belongings you've accumulated over time.. imagine having to box up more than 200 YEARS worth of stuff.
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That's what's happening in Bedford, where personnel have begun a month- long process moving the old courthouse to a temporary location in the county's shell building.
The first to go today was the circuit court clerk's office.
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((CAROL BLACK/CIRCUIT COURT CLERK: ONCE WE'RE THERE, IT HAS A VERY NICE LAYOUT, MUCH BETTER THAN I EXPECTED, AND EVERYTHING LOOKS REALLY NICE AND IS FALLING INTO PLACE OUT THERE, SO I THINK IT'S GOING TO WORK ON A TEMPORARY BASIS VERY WELL FOR THE NEXT TWO AND A HALF YEARS OR FOR THE LENGTH OF TIME WE'RE THERE.))
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Bedford's 70- year- old courthouse is being renovated into a larger, more modern facility.
Once that's completed, the court complex will move back and the county can market its shell building to potential industries.
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Did you know that Moonshine has played an important role in the world of NASCAR. They're celebrating that fact this weekend at the transportation museum.
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Before stock car racing was a sport, it was a way of getting away from the "Revenuer", the man responsible for catching moonshiners and collecting tax money from them.
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Patrick Evans says you can learn more about the early roots of racing, and have a great time doing it, by attending the "Revenuer's Ball" at the Transportation Museum.
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Today in Sports, rain makes things difficult for NASCAR qualifying. Mike Stevens will have the slick details.
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On health check today, customers at a North Carolina restaurant are exposed to Hepatitis A. We'll have the details,

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And the Red Cross is issuing an emergency appeal for blood.
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((BOB LUTJEN/AMERICAN RED CROSS: WE HAVE SPECIAL NEEDS FOR BLOOD TYPES SUCH AS O NEGATIVE, A NEGATIVE AND B NEGATIVE, ALL THREE OF THOSE TYPES ARE BELOW EMERGENCY LEVELS.))
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Southwest Virginia's blood supply is draining fast. The Red Cross Appalachian Regional Blood Services is under an emergency situation.
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The Red Cross is down 400 pints in collections so far this summer.
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((BOB LUTJEN/AMERICAN RED CROSS: OUR BLOOD SUPPLY INVENTORY HAS DROPPED BELOW EMERGENCY LEVELS. WE LIKE TO HAVE AT LEAST THREE DAYS SUPPLY ON HAND AND WE ARE BETWEEN ONE AND TWO DAYS SUPPLY AT THE PRESENT TIME.))
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The Red Cross is holding a special blood drive at the donor center on Church Avenue tomorrow from 8:30 until 12:30. Volunteers are welcomed by appointment or by just showing up to donate a pint of blood.
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North Carolina health officials are worried that as many as two thousand people may have been exposed to Hepatitis A after eating at a restaurant on Interstate 95.
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A worker at the Texas Steakhouse at exit 95 in Smithfield, North Carolina was recently diagnosed with the virus.


Since the restaurant is a popular place for motorists to get off the highway to eat, officials are concerned that many of the diners were not from North Carolina.
People who dined at the restaurant on July 31st, August first, second, seventh or eight may have been exposed.
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Hepatitis A causes nausea, diarrhea, jaundice and fatigue, but no lasting health problems.
An immune globulin shot within two weeks of exposure can protect people from the virus.


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Unregulated dietary supplements that are said to lower your inhibitions are coming under the scrutiny of state governments.
The latest to take action is Michigan, which has banned one so called Date Rape drug.
Drew Levinson reports.
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WITH THE STROKE OF THE GOVERNOR'S PEN LAST YEAR, THE SALE OF ONE SO-CALLED DATE RAPE DRUG BECAME ILLEGAL IN MICHIGAN. BUT THAT DIDN'T STOP COMPUTER-SAAVY SHOPPERS FROM BUYING GHB ON THE INTERNET.

(SOT, NO SUPER, "The use of GHB has become a problem in our state and

the internet makes it an easy to use virtual market."
NOW, STATE OFFICIALS ARE TRYING TO CHANGE THAT, BY REACHING BEYOND THEIR BORDERS--CHARGING TWO MEN, ONE IN COLORADO AND ONE IN FLORIDA, WITH SELLING INGREDIENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE THE DRUG.

SOT JENNIFER GRANHOLM - MICHIGAN ATTORNEY GENERAL

"No matter who you are, no matter where you are, if you get tangled in the world wide web committing crimes you will be caught."
INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY CAUGHT THE MEN AFTER THEY DISCOVERED THE SITE ON THE INTERNET, ORDERED AND THEN RECEIVED THE KITS THROUGH THE MAIL.
STANDUP DREW LEVINSON REPORTING "It's not hard to find GHB on the internet. A search of the web by the attorney general's office turned up no less than 80 web sites offering GHB for sale."
THE ISSUE HAS BEEN IN THE SPOTLIGHT HERE SINCE FOUR YOUNG MEN WERE CHARGED IN THE DEATH OF A 15-YEAR-OLD DETROIT-AREA GIRL. SHE DIED LAST JANUARY AFTER ALLEGEDLY DRINKING A GHB-LACED BEVERAGE.
RIGHT NOW, GHB IS ILLEGAL IN ONLY 20 STATES. BUT IN WASHINGTON THERE IS A PUSH FROM KEY LAWMAKERS FOR LEGISLATION THAT WOULD REGULATE THE DRUG ON A FEDERAL LEVEL.
DREW LEVINSON - CBS NEWS DETROIT )
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Today in Sports, it's raining on NASCAR's parade.
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With that and news from the UVA media day..here's Mike Stevens.

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Welcome folks to the start of your weekend and the final two minute ticker of the week.
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The Winston Cup cars are attempting to qualify on the road course at Watkins Glen this afternoon.
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And attempting is exactly what they're doing. Rain has been causing all kinds of problems at the track and as of right now, not one cup car has been able to go through time trials.
NASCAR is still trying to dry the track. If that is not possible - they will qualify tomorrow morning.
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The Virginia football team held media day this morning in Charlottesville. Most preseason publications pick UVa third in the ACC after losing 10 starters off of last year's 9-and-3 team.
Steve Mason unveils the 1999 Wahoos.
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Much more coming up on News 7 at six tonight including details of Steffi Graf's retirement from tennis.
Have a safe weekend everybody. [go to break]

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If you're superstitious, but would still like to play a round of golf, you may want to go the Somerset Golf Club in Fredericksburg.
The course's 13th hole was proving exceedingly difficult so head pro Don Kramer made an adjustment.
Now the 13th hole is number 14.
Golfers still get to play a full round. They just finish on the 19th hole instead of the traditional 18th.
Linksters swear their drives vanished from the fairway and that balls would drop out of nowhere on the 13th green.

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Great Britain recognized one of its best film makers today.
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This Friday the 13th would have been Alfred Hitchcock's 100th birthday.
To celebrate his daughter Pat Hitchcock unveiled a plaque as film buffs looked on.
She says it is a testimony to her father that his films are still so popular.
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The late director lived at the house from 1926-1939.
His daughter also revealed her father's favorite film. She says he was particularly fond of Burt Reynolds' film, "Smokey and the Bandit.""
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