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Next on News 7, east coast residents get ready for Hurricane Dennis. We'll have a live report.
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And we'll tell you why a high school football game won't be played in Roanoke tonight.
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Weekend looks pretty sharp weatherwise in southwest Virginia. Full details in a moment.

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On Health check, students at a local college have new options for Health Care.
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and parents of picky eaters will want to stay tuned for some advice on how to make sure their children get the food they need..
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Hurricane Dennis is keeping everyone guessing as to where or even if, it will strike.
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Hurricane Dennis' is playing hard to predict. Forecaster are trying to determine where it'll hit the U-S east coast. The slow moving storm has forced millions of people from Florida to North Carolina to be on alert. Dennis is expected to strengthen over the next 24 hours. Lisa Hughes is standing by in Charleston, South Carolina.
We go now live to her for the latest information.
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There's a mixed bag of weather in Myrtle Beach South Carolina.
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That's where Ellen Qualls is checking in with Virginians at the head of the line for the Hurricanes.
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The high school football season is already getting off to a rough start for one school.
The William Fleming-Amherst Game scheduled for Victory Stadium tonight has been moved to 7:00 at Amherst.
One member of the Roanoke School Board tells News 7 the game was moved over fears of violence following the murder this weekend of a former Fleming student.
Prentice Jordan was shot and killed Saturday night.
His wake is tonight and School Superintendent Wayne Harris says the game was moved out of respect for his family.
Mike Stevens has more.
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Coming up a next on the newscast, California takes action on a form of gun control,
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and one of the New River Valley's largest employers is laying off workers, but it is supposed to only be temporary.
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The bad news is: some Volvo truck plant workers won't get paid next week.
The good news is: their layoffs are only temporary.
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About 350 assembly line workers have been asked to take the week off.
The union that represents them says this kind of layoff is "standard."
Next week, a union spokesman said, there won't be many orders for industrial trucks -- like trash haulers.
But the United Auto Workers local president says everyone will be back on the job September 7th -- when the orders start rolling in again.
Twenty-other layoffs are permanent.
The union president says those people were hired for summer work only.
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California took a step towards gun control today. The legislation comes in the wake of the Jewish community center shootings that left five people wounded. Jennifer Sabih reports from Los Angeles.
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(( AT THE HOSPITAL WHERE DOCTORS SAVE THE LIFE OF A FIVE YEAR OLD BOY SHOT AT THE JEWISH DAY CARE CENTER... IN THE CITY WHERE POLICE FOUND SHOOTING SUSPECT BUFORD FURROW'S ARSENAL OF HIGH POWERED WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION... THE GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA CAME AND SIGNED THREE NEW LAWS AIMED AT TRYING TO PREVENT SENSELESS SHOOTINGS FROM SO EASILY HAPPENING AGAIN.

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Jewish Community Center and started spraying with weapons.")
SURROUNDING THE GOVERNOR, A BARREL OF SO-CALLED SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS, THE CHEAPLY MADE PISTOLS POLICE SAY ARE POPULAR WITH CRIMINALS. THESE REPRESENT THE AMOUNT TYPICALLY CONFISCATED EACH MONTH BY L.A. POLICE. ONE BILL SIGNED TODAY WILL BAN THE SO-CALLED JUNK GUNS.

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ANOTHER BILL WILL REQUIRE SAFETY TRIGGER LOCKS ON ALL GUNS SOLD IN CALIFORNIA.

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THE TRIGGER LOCK LAW IS INTENDED TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING, PARTICULARLY OF CHILDREN. THE THIRD BILL WOULD TIGHTEN REGULATIONS AT GUN SHOWS, WHERE AUTHORITIES BELIEVE SOME OF THE WEAPONS FURROW ALLEGEDLY USED MAY HAVE BEEN BOUGHT.
ALL OF THE BILLS HAD OPPOSITION FROM GUN GROUPS AND VENDORS, BUT IN THE WAKE OF THE COMMUNITY CENTER SHOOTING, THE VOICES OF OPPOSITION WERE OVERPOWERED. ))

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Coming up next Patrick Evans will join us with the release of a new C-D of Beach Music, but it's probably not what you're expecting.
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Cliff Beach started his career as an 8-year-old in a local bread commercial, but he's come a long way since those days.
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Patrick Evans just caught up with this veteran musician as he released his brand new CD entitled: "Just Beyond the Legal Limit."
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Coming up today in Sports, we'll rundown our complete list of games for the first week of Friday Football Extra. And in Health News,
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we'll have some advice for parents on how to deal with picky eaters.
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Sick students at Averett College don't have to leave campus for medical treatment anymore.
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The college opened the doors at its first on-campus healthcare center this week.
It's staffed three days a week by a nurse practitioners from the Danville Regional Medical Center ... which also pays for them to work there.
Before, students and faculty had to go to the hospital emergency room when they were sick.
Averett students raised about 40 percent of the money for the clinic.
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((FRANK CAMPBELL/AVERETT COLLEGE PRESIDENT: THIS WAS A STUDENT GENERATED IDEA. ONE OF THAT THE STUDENTS SAID THEY NEEDED ON CAMPUS WAS A HEALTH CENTER. SO, WE CHALLENGED THEM IF THEY WOULD RAISE A PORTION OF THE MONEY, WE WOULD RAISE THE OTHER PORTION OF IT AND THEY ACCEPTED THE CHALLENGE AND DID A GOOD JOB.))
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The clinic cost four-thousand dollars to set up.
Patients there will be billed through their insurance companies.

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If you have a toddler in the house, there's more than a good chance you have a picky eater and that can prove frustrating.
But as Sandra Maas reports, there are some things you can do to expand your child's menu.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Friday ticker, which starts on the fast track.
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Winston Cup Drivers and Busch series cars are qualifying for their respective races at Bristol Motor Speedway. Dale Earnhardt Junior went late for qualifying for the Busch series Food City 250 at the half mile track.
Cup cars should start qualifying shortly.

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Week one of Friday Football Extra kicks off tonight. Our camera crews will visit 14 games tonight. Here's a look at the list.
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Cave Spring has named a new boys soccer coach. Andy Clapper, a fifth grade teacher at Oak Grove Elementary, is the Knights new coach.
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Clapper has spent the last five years as an assistant for the knights, under the leadership of now departed Bruce Mahan.
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The Knights have won five straight Roanoke Valley District titles and the top player has been John Hartman who is back this season. While he will attract a lot of attention, the Knights well is full of talent.
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Today could be the last day anyone sets foot on the Russian space station.
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The MIR will go into permanent hibernation today as its remaining cosmonauts return to Earth.
Unless the Russian government comes up with additional money for the project, the space station will be ditched in the ocean early next year.
The move would end Russia's 13 year history of near permanent residency in space.
In that time the MIR has circled the globe 77 thousand times.
It was only designed to run for five years, but has lasted much longer.
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