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Next on News 7, rescuers find another young survivor in the rubble of a Turkish building.
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and Brett is losing his punch, but not before he dumps a lot of rain on Texas.
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Thunderstorms produce flooding rains in portions of our viewing area. Nearly five inches of rain fell on Bent Mountain alone. Details ahead.

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On health check -- Why is cosmetic surgery experiencing a "boom" in the Roanoke Valley?
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and a talk show host reveals he has a debilitating disease.
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This is what it looked like on part of the Texas coast- the destruction from what was Hurricane Brett.
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Tropical Storm Brett is now fizzling out over South Texas- but at one point Brett packed 125 miles an hour wind gusts- and dumped heavy rain.
The eye of the hurricane made landfall about 70 miles from Corpus Christi- Jennifer Jones is covering the storm and joins us live with more.
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BRETT CAME ASHORE AS A CATEGORY 4 HURRICANE. BUT TODAY, CORPUS CHRISTI IS STILL IN TACT. ROBERT HENDERSON, WIND SURFER last night was probably the worst of it. We might be on the back side of it now catching the rain a little bit of squalls behind it but the wind is the best thing. THE EYE OF THE STORM MADE LANDFALL IN KENNEDY COUNTY.. ABOUT 70-MILES SOUTH OF CORPUS CHRISTI. WINDS GUSTING UP TO 125-MILES AN HOUR. STILL THE WORST EVEN HERE, A FEW DOWNED POWER LINES, SCALED ROOF TOPS AND MINIMAL STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. GABE GATICA, RESIDENT yeah, we were fortunate.
SMOOTH SAILING THROUGHOUT CORPUS CHRISTI TODAY, AS RESIDENTS RETURN HOME AFTER SUNDAY'S FORCED EVACUATION--RELIEVED THAT THIS WAS THE WORST OF HURRICANE BRETT. -- SUSIE WELSH, RESIDENT I expected more screaming, more noise and more damage, but we just got a glimpse of it I think we were very fortunate. --
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THE NEXT HURRICANE--WILL MOST RESIDENTS HEED THE WARNINGS AND TAKE COVER--OR WILL THEY STICK AROUND CONVINCED NOW THAT THEY CAN DODGE EVEN THE WORST PREDICTED STORMS. JENNIFER JONES, CBS NEWS, CORPUS CHRISTI.

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Amid the death and devastation in Turkey- a survivor is found- six days after being buried in the rubble.
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Today rescuers pulled a four year old boy from under a building.
The boy was suffering from exposure and dehydration, but he was conscious- and was rushed to the hospital.
Some of the rescue teams are being asked to leave- so bulldozers can come in and clear the rubble- That's made some rescuers unhappy- They believe more people could be saved.
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Heavy rain is also adding to the misery in Turkey- making it harder for rescuers to search.
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Do young men, guns and murder, add up to gang activity in Roanoke?
Some are asking that question after a weekend shooting.
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Eric Earnhart is in the newsroom with more. [take Eric full]
Jean the Southern Christian Leadership Conference has been sounding a warning for several months now, saying city officials should move to stop alleged gang activity before it's too late.
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(( 19 year old Prentice R. Jordan died of multiple gun shot wounds at Easley's Restaurant early Saturday morning.


The SCLC says the murder should be a wakeup call for Roanoke city officials, who they believe refusing the face the facts.

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(( JEFF ARTIS/SCLC; WE KNOW FOR A FACT THAT IT WAS GANG INVOLVEMENT, WE KNOW FOR A FACT THAT IT WAS VH-1, THE VILLA HEIGHTS GANG, AGAINST THE LINCOLN TERRACE GANG, THE LTP GANG ))
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Graffiti with those symbols is painted on this basketball court in the Villa Heights neighborhood.
And in Lincoln Terrace, one night after the murder, another sign of trouble, gunfire.

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(( BARBARA SIMMS/LINCOLN TERRACE RESIDENT; ONLY THING I HEARD WAS PLENTY OF BULLETS, JUST BULLETS BULLETS BULLETS, NEVER HEARD GUNS AND BULLETS LIKE THAT BEFORE IN MY LIFE, IT SOUNDED LIKE IT WAS IN A WAR ZONE ))
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But does gunfire automatically mean it's a gang war? Many residents we spoke with say, while there is a gun problem... there are no actual gangs.
The police department has assigned an investigator to look into the SCLC's concerns, and whatever evidence they may have about gang activity.
Tonight at six, we'll talk to two friends of the weekend murder victim, who say the shooting had nothing to do with gangs.

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Coming up on News 7 at 5, the case continues against two identical twins accused of a Blacksburg murder. We'll have an update in a moment.
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and then Governor Gilmore says there is not enough money to fund the road improvements some legislators would like to see.
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Attorneys for the identical twins accused of killing a man inside a Blacksburg night spot began making their case to the jury, this afternoon.
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Kerry and Terry Scales attorneys maintain their clients shot Richard Bullard at Arnold's restaurant two years ago in self defense.
They say Bullard grabbed Kerry by the throat for looking at a woman on the dance floor.
Bullard was struck by bullets from both of the twins' guns.
Paul Shoemaker was also on the dance floor and was hit by one of the bullets.
Shoemaker told the jury he remembered someone shoving Bullard but says Bullard never got a chance to push back.
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Defense attorneys argued that alcohol could have affected Shoemakers' recollection of events.
He and Bullard were in town for a wedding and were celebrating that night.
The trial will continue tomorrow.
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In the "how much money is enough" category:
Governor Jim Gilmore announced today a 167 million dollar budget surplus.
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But after the legally required amounts go to things such as the state's rainy day fund and water quality improvement fund, just over eight million dollars is left.
That would build only about eight miles of new roads in Virginia.
So Gilmore chided lawmakers of both parties who want to build roads with money that should go to fixed expenses.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: THEY SIMPLY JUST TAKE UP THE MONEY AT THIS POINT IN TIME. AND I THINK THAT THEY SHOULD KNOW THIS.
THE ANALYSTS SHOULD KNOW IT. PAST HISTORY HAS DEMONSTRATED IT EVERY TIME. AND TO COME FORWARD NOW AND SUGGEST THERE'S SOME LARGE AMOUNT OF SURPLUS WHICH THEN COULD BE THROWN INTO A PROBLEM IS ONCE AGAIN DECEPTIVE.))
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((CRAIG BIEBER/VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY: WE THINK THERE'S MORE MONEY LEFT THAN WHAT HE IS SAYING. AND IT'S A START. YOU KNOW, THE WHOLE POINT OF ALLOCATING HALF OF THE YEAR-END BUDGET SURPLUS TO TRANSPORTATION NEEDS IS IT'S A START. IT'S A WAY TO JUMP START THESE TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS THAT ARE STALLED.))
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Democrats say IF revenue collections in this fiscal year continue to grow at the rate they did last year... more than 500-million dollars would be available.
The Governor will finally make his transportation funding proposal next Tuesday.

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They're tobacco growers, business leaders and politicians ... 31 people chosen by the governor to distribute two-billion dollars in settlement money to farmers and tobacco growing communities.
But, as Marya Jones reports, being appointed to the settlement commission may be as much a headache as it is an honor.
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(( Joe Williams is beginning a labor of love.
The Chatham tobacco grower is one of 18 people appointed by the Governor to decide how to distribute settlement money to farmers like himself.
That's why the privilege of being appointed also carries some extra pressure.
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Virginia's seven thousand tobacco growers have seen a 35 percent cut in what they can plant in just two years.
Many, including Williams, see the settlement money as one way to reclaim those losses.
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Not practical because farmers have to share an unspecified portion of the two-billion dollars with tobacco dependent cities.
The governor named several business leaders, with no connection to tobacco, to help work out what the communities will get.
Thomas Arthur, Pittsylvania County's Republican Committee Chairman, is one of those businessmen.
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It's anyone's guess if and when any of the two billion in settlement money will come forward.
All commission members like Joe Williams know is they'll fight hard to get farmers their share.
Marya Jones, News 7.))

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We were having a hard time trying to find someplace creative to send Patrick Evans today. So we thought we'd better send him to see Floyd Hurt.
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Getting those creative juices flowing can sometimes be a challenge.
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Patrick Evans is getting some help with that this evening at Barnes & Noble, where an expert on the subject is signing books and doling out information.
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Coming up today in sports, Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura slams his critics in and out of the ring. Mike Stevens

will have that and news from the redskins.
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One of the leading talk show hosts has a crippling disease. We'll have the details in Health Check
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Plus -- Plastic surgeons in Roanoke say patients are getting a healthier attitude about cosmetic surgery.
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Cosmetic Surgery increased more than 50 percent in the last six years. The Roanoke Valley is keeping up with the trends, but doctors say there is one procedure more local patients are having done than anyone else in America.
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((DR. ERIC DESMAN/PLASTIC SURGEON: THE AREA THAT I'VE SEEN THE MOST INCREASE IN HAS BEEN THE BREAST ENLARGEMENT SURGERY, NATIONALLY THAT THE SECOND MOST COMMON PROCEDURE PERFORMED, MOST COMMON IS LIPOSUCTION, BUT HERE IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY NUMBER ONE AND NUMBER TWO ARE SWITCHED.))
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both doctors say breast augmentation are much safer and recent studies indicate that there is no link between silicone and health problems. But for women nationwide -- the top cosmetic procedures are: Liposuction, breast augmentation, eyelid surgery, facelifts, and chemical peels. The number one age group for cosmetic procedures, is the one entering middle age now.
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((DR. ENRIQUE SILBERBLATT/PLASTIC SURGEON: I THINK THE BABY BOOMER GENERATION IS GETTING INTO THEIR 40'S AND 50'S AND SINCE THAT'S A VERY LARGE BLOCK OF PEOPLE, DOING REASONABLY WELL THAT MAY ALSO EXPLAIN WHY THE DEMAND FOR COSMETIC SURGERY HAS INCREASED.))
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four and a half months after her lower face lift, Tot is happy. Doctors say most of the time patients with realistic expectation are satisfied with the results.
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[Pre-Pro Page 2] But both plastic surgeons say men are choosing to have more plastic surgery including again liposuction topping the list, followed by eyelid surgery, nose reshaping, breast reduction and facelifts.
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Talk show host Montel Williams says he has multiple sclerosis.
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((THERE WERE LITERALLY DAYS WHEN I JUST WANTED TO OUT ME OUT OF MY MISERY BECAUSE THAT'S HOW HARD AND HOW BAD IT HURT. IT WAS ONLY THIS WOMAN AND OUR CHILDREN THAT REALLY MADE ME UNDERSTAND THAT HOW DARE YOU EVEN THINK THAT THIS WASN'T SOMETHING AND YOU HAVE TO DEAL IT. OBVIOUSLY I GOT IT FOR A REASON I MAY AS WELL DEAL WITH IT ))
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Williams is not sure how long he has had the disease, he said today he has been misdiagnosed for ten years.
Williams says he will work as long as he is able and he wants to start raising money to find a cure for the disease.
Multiple sclerosis is caused when the body's immune system attacks the nerves and the brain.
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Today in Sports, the Redskins find a champ in the preseason.
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and the Body is back, and so is Mike Stevens.

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Welcome folks to a brand new work week and today's Tow Minute sports ticker. It's a little too early to get overjoyed, but there are reasons for Redskins' fans to
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show some excitement this preseason. Through the first two games of the exhibition season, the Redskins are unbeaten, and the team's defense has been much
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improved over last season. Rookie Champ Bailey has been impressive so far with two interceptions and a touchdown in two games.
The team's new director of player personnel thinks the future looks bright if the players continue to mesh.
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Cerato has been running non-stop since he arrived in Washington to basically take over for lame duck former general manger Charley Casserly.
He knows his football. Among other things he's a former college quarterback and a recruiting coordinator for Lou Holtz at Notre Dame.
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Jesse The Body Ventura, the governor of Minnesota returned to the wrestling ring last night in Minneapolis.
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Ventura was a special guest referee in last night's pay-per-view WWF "Summerslam" event.
He refereed the main event triple threat match in which Mankind, Mick Foley, beat Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H to win the World Championship belt.
Ventura will donate $100 thousand of his paycheck from last night to charity.
He expects to make over $1 million.
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Have a good night everybody. [go to break]

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Bruce Willis apparently has a sixth sense for selecting profitable movies.
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His movie "The Sixth Sense" is on top of the box office for the second straight week.
The movie about a little boy who sees ghosts made another 24 million dollars this weekend.
It has now earned almost 108 million dollars in just three weeks.
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Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy's Bowfinger was second on the list with 11 million.
Hugh Grant's Mickey Blue Eyes was third with a little over 10 million dollars.
And Runaway Bride and the Blair Witch Project round out the top five.
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