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Safety concerns prompt a local school to ban bookbags ... and it was the students' idea.
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And Dennis may be getting weaker, but chances get stronger he'll mess up a lot of plans for the Labor day weekend.

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A delightful Wednesday weatherwise with an increasingly cloudy forecast over the next 48 hours. Details ahead.

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New car safety seat standards take effect today. We'll show you what it means for seats, and all new cars.
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And why are some patients allowed to smoke inside a local hospital? Doctors permit it, but some people say it's making them sick.
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((YEA- IT'S MISERABLE. IT'S VERY MISERABLE. NO POWER. IT'S EXTREMELY HARD TO MOVE AROUND. IT'S PRETTY BAD.))
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Dennis is losing steam but it may steam roll many holiday vacation plans.
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Tropical Storm Dennis is heading back to familiar territory-
Now packing 60 mile an hour winds, Dennis is moving toward the North Carolina Coast.
Lisa Hughes has more from the Outer Banks.
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((
Even without coming on shore as a hurricane, Dennis is leaving his mark on North Carolina's Outer Banks. This hotel swimming pool_weakened over years of violent weather_is falling victim to the latest big storm still swirling off the coast. Margaret Cooley/Homeowner I'VE BEEN IN WORSE BUT THIS IS SORT OF SCARY
The biggest problem is flooding. Residents along a ten-mile stretch of the main beach road have been told to evacuate. Most tourists are moving out on their own. Jean Stevenson/Tourist: I HEARD IT'S HEADING THIS WAY. AND I DON'T WANT TO BE HERE WHEN THAT HAPPENS. I REALLY DON'T.
Jean Stevenson and her two sisters are packing up early_blaming Dennis for cutting the trip short. Linda Deal/Tourist: I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS VACATION FOR SEVERAL MONTHS NOW AND I'M REALLY DISAPPOINTED. BUT THAT'S THE WAY IT GOES DOWN HERE. YOU NEVER KNOW DOWN HERE. Lisa Hughes/Nag's Head, NC: MOST PEOPLE ARE EVACUATING JUST AS A PRECAUTION. BUT THERE WOULDN'T HAVE BEEN MUCH CHOICE FOR THE OWNER OF THIS HOUSE. The surf is eroding the beach. The pilings are exposed. The house is unlivable. But so far, overall-- the storm's caused relatively little damage. Power crews, though can't seem to get ahead. Wind is still gusting over 30
miles an hour. Dennis is moving slowly---but doesn't seem to be willing

to give up yet. Lisa Hughes, CBS News, Outer Banks North Carolina.))

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With the holiday weekend just two days away now, it looks more certain that Dennis is likely to mess up a lot of vacation plans at the beach.
Robin Reed is following Dennis' wandering path.

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[WXPRO/FULL] TROPICAL UPDATE TOMORROW FORECAST FIVE DAY FORECAST

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A Martinsville school is beefing up security with a ban on bookbags.
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Students at Martinsville Middle School say they're adjusting to their first week without bookbags... whether they like it or not.
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((STEVEN SPIVEY/EIGHTH GRADER: IT WAS HARD TO GET USED TO AT FIRST, BUT NOW I'M STARTING TO LIKE IT BECAUSE IT'S MUCH EASIER ON YOU BACKS, BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE TO CARRY THE HEAVY LOAD OF BOOKS AROUND.))
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Students proposed eliminating bookbags last year because of concerns that weapons could be smuggled in.
The students get to keep a set of books at home.... The other set in the classroom.
Administrators hope the added security pays off.
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((IRA TROLLINGER/MARTINSVILLE SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT: WE REALLY WANT TO SEE IF WE CAN AVOID GOING TO THINGS LIKE METAL DETECTORS AND SO FORTH. ))
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On News 7 at 6, we'll tell you why it's more than just a security measure... and what kids are saying about having a load off their backs...
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A "dungeon" is how one parent describes a classroom being used for special needs children at a Roanoke elementary school.
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An apparent classroom crunch at Monterey Elementary led school officials to move the Trainable Mentally Disabled, or T-M-D students to a smaller, downstairs room.
News-7's cameras were NOT permitted inside the school.
But officials say they're working on the overcrowding problem.
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((LISSY RUNYON/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS: WHAT WE'LL DO THAT SHOULD TAKE PLACE IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS TO TRY TO FIND A NEW LOCATION THAT'S IN CLOSE PROXIMITY OF THE SCHOOL TO EASE THE TRANSITION FOR THESE STUDENTS. IN THE MEANTIME, WHAT WE'LL DO IS MOVE OUT ANY EXTRA FURNITURE OR MATERIALS OUT OF THAT SPACE.))
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That comes after the city fire marshal inspected the room last Friday and determined it was too small for the class.
But some parents say the two- week wait for a new classroom is too long.
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((JANET WHITE/CONCERNED PARENT: WHAT HAPPENS IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG TODAY? WHAT'S TO HAPPEN TO THOSE CHILDREN IN THAT ROOM? THERE ARE NINE HANDICAPPED SPECIAL ED CHILDREN IN THAT PLACE. THEY DESERVE BETTER.))
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White's niece is one of the students in the class.
She says after Friday, she plans to keep the child at home until the class is moved to a new location.

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Need water to help your lawn and garden? Still to come, Roanoke is helping city residents, without breaking the water restrictions.
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And the man convicted of killing 27 people in this drunk-driving accident is free today. A lot of people think that's wrong.
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On Health Check, new standards for child car seats. See why they should make installation safer, and easier.
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And Patrick Evans is helping children .. AND sending a lucky winner on a golf trip.

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It was an accident that captured America's attention- May of 1988 when a car going the wrong way slammed into a bus load of children-
Now the driver responsible for the nation's deadliest drunk driving accident is free.
Drew Levinson has more-
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((After spending nearly eleven years in prison, 46-year old Larry Mahoney took his first steps as a free man. However he won't be remembered for his time behind bars -- but rather -- for his actions behind the wheel.
May 1988 On May 14th, 1988... a drunken Mahoney drove his pickup truck on the wrong side of a Kentucky Interstate -- slamming into a bus filled with people returning from a church outing. Twenty-seven passengers were killed -- the deadliest drunk driving accident in U-S history. Mahoney, who had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit, says he has no memory of the crash. But for others who survived, it's a night they'll never forget. But for the victims' families, it's a night they'll never forget) Katrina Henderson/crash survivor: Janie Fair, who lost a daughter in the crash, now heads up a local chapter of Mother's Against Drunk Driving. Janie Fair/Mother of crash victim:
"Basically all I've done is worry that he might do it again and I just hope and pray that he will not." Mahoney had been sentenced to 16 years in prison... but was released early for good behavior. Many activists now want to see him join their fight in getting drunk drivers off the road. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Detroit. )

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A quick response helped Roanoke firefighters get a house fire under control this morning.
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Fire trucks were responding to another fire alarm in the area when they saw smoke coming from Winona Avenue.
They got there as flames and smoke filled the second floor of the building.
A woman and her two daughters were home in an upstairs apartment when the fire broke out, but were not hurt.


The building was heavily damaged. The cause is under investigation.
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If you live in Roanoke, There IS a way you can water your lawn and garden despite the ongoing restrictions.
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The catch is, you have to go get the water and haul it home.
The city has a spigot available 24 hours a day at the New Hope well system on Welcome Valley Road.
You have to bring your own tank, and are limited to 300 gallons.
You can also fill water tanks at the Utility Line Services complex on Hollins Road between 7-AM and 3-PM.
The water is for irrigation only, and is not suitable for drinking.
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Some people get the tough jobs.
Patrick Evans is trapped against his will on the golf course .. on a perfect September day.
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For the second week in a row, we've caught Patrick Evans playing golf on Company time.
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However, this time he's helped raise over ten-thousand dollars for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, AND now he's going to send a lucky winner on their own golf trip.
Patrick, what's going on out there at Hanging Rock?
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Today in Sports, the Tar Heels prepare for a visit from the Cavaliers. Mike Stevens is preparing our two-minute ticker.
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Next on health check -- new standards for child safety seats, and for all new cars.
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Plus a hidden health hazard may be lingering in local hospitals.
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((PATRICIA DEEL/ALLERGIC TO SMOKE: I HAD NO IDEA I'D RUN INTO IT IN THE HOSPITAL.))
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The last place many people would expect to be subjected to second hand smoke is a hospital. But that's exactly what happened to one tobacco allergy sufferer. She went to the hospital to visit her sick mother -- and ended up a patient.
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((PATRICIA DEEL/ALLERGIC TO SMOKE: I HAVE A SEVERE, LIFE-THREATENING ALLERGY TO DRIFTING TOBACCO SMOKE. I WEAR A MEDIC ALERT DISK.))
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Pat Deel was on the 10th floor of Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital visiting her mother who had a stroke. The last place she says she thought she'd run into cigarette smoke.
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((PATRICIA DEEL/ALLERGIC TO SMOKE: IT HAD PERMEATED THE ENTIRE HALLWAY, UP TO THE NURSES STATION AND BEYOND. I WAS COUGHING AND WHEEZING AND IT JUST GOT WORSE AND WORSE AND THEN I COULDN'T STAND UP AND I COLLAPSED.))
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Deel says she was taken to the Emergency Room for treatment, but had to turn it down because she has no insurance. Hospital policy does not permit smoking in the building -- but there are exceptions.
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((LUCAS SNIPES/HOSPITAL DIRECTOR: PATIENTS WHO ARE TERMINAL, WHO ARE DYING AND WHO'VE SMOKED ALL THEIR LIVES AND WHO ARE BASICALLY FEEL LIKE THAT'S ONE OF THEIR LAST THINGS THAT THEY WANT TO DO.))
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Physicians can override the no smoking policy in those cases. But allergists say exposure to second hand smoke -- even if from under a closed door can trigger a reaction.
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((DR. GREGORY ZACHMANN/ALLERGIST: THE SMOKE CAN IRRITATE OR CAUSE THE LINING OF THE NOSE TO SWELL, CAUSE SINUS PROBLEMS, INCREASE TROUBLE WITH ALLERGIES AND EVEN TROUBLE WITH ASTHMA REACTIONS NOT RELATED TO THE SMOKE ITSELF.))
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Deel believes the hospital's rift in the rules puts some people's health at risk.
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((PATRICIA DEEL/ALLERGIC TO SMOKE: I DO THINK THERE WAS NEGLIGENCE UP TO A POINT BECAUSE THEY DID CHOOSE HIS DESIRES OVER SOMEONE ELSE'S HEALTH.))
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[VO NAT] Hospital officials say the first alternative for patients who smoke is to use designated area in front of the hospital.
And if they are bed ridden -- the hospital makes every effort to have patients opt for choices like the nicotine patch.

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Child safety seats are supposed to safe young lives, but they're less helpful when they're not installed properly.
That's why new standards are taking effect today. As Maureen Maher reports, they're designed to make safety seats even safer.
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((SINCE ITS INTRODUCTION, MANY PARENTS HAVE BEEN CONFUSED ABOUT HOW TO CORRECTLY INSTALL CHILD CAR-SEATS. STATISTICS SHOW THAT AS MANY AS 80-PERCENT OF ALL CAR-SEATS ARE IMPROPERLY INSTALLED.

(SOT) "It's way too complex and what we want to do is make it very

simple."
HOPING TO IMPROVE CHILD CAR-SEAT SAFETY, THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION TOOK THE FIRST STEP IN CREATING A UNIVERSAL, EASY-TO-USE SEATING SYSTEM FOR CHILDREN.

(SOT) Ricardo Martinez/NATL. HWY. TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMIN. "We've added to

this familiar looking child seat a tether strap which is nothing more than a strap, but it securely fastens the top part of that child seat to the car."
THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATON WILL REQUIRE AUTOMAKERS TO EQUIP MOST of their 2000 MODELS WITH ANCHOR POINTS FOR THE TOP TETHER STRAPS.
IN MOST CARS, THE ANCHORS WILL BE ON THE SHELF BETWEEN THE REAR SEAT AND REAR WINDOW. IN MINIVANS-- THE ANCHORS WILL BE ON THE FLOOR BEHIND THE SEAT.
BUT PARENTS SHOULDN'T THROW OUT THEIR EXISTING CAR SEATS. SEAT MAKERS AND CAR MANUFACTURERS ARE OFFERING KITS TO ADD THE TETHERS AND NEW ATTACHMENT POINTS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THEM.
ONCE ALL CARS AND SEATS HAVE THE NEW SYSTEM, SAFETY EXPERTS BELIEVE IT WILL SAVE LIVES.

(SOT) CHRISTOPHER MISTRON/TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATOR

"It's estimated that this tethering action should be able to save at least 50 lives a year, if not, 3,000 injuries a year."
TWO LOWER ATTACHMENT POINTS WILL BE PHASED IN OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS. THE GOVERNMENT HOPES THAT BY THEN, THE NUMBER OF IMPROPERLY INSTALLED CHILD SAFETY SEATS WILL BE CUT IN HALF.
MAUREEN MAHER, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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Welcome everybody to the midweek ticker that is loaded with football and a little tennis.
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A number of second round matches are being at the US open championships in New York today.
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The women's top seed Martina Hingis had absolutely no trouble at all in her second round match as she disposed of Sarah Pitkowski in straight sets winning 6-1 and 6-1.
10th seed Aranxta Sanchez Vicario also advanced to the third round today.
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North Carolina and Virginia first met in 1892, and while a lot has changed since then, one thing remains the same, the bitter rivalry between these two ACC powers.
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Linebacker Brandon Spoon will lead a young defense against the Wahoos this Saturday at Kenan Stadium. The senior is one of only four Tarheel defensive starters back from last year.
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JMU is such a major underdog for this Saturday's battle with Virginia Tech that the oddsmakers aren't even putting a number on the game.
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The Duke are coming off of a 3-and-8 season last year and this is not exactly the kind of opening opponent the Dukes would have hand picked. But the players say this year's team is better both physically and mentally.
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Joyce is a former Friday Football Extra player of the week from Fieldale Collinsville. More of his amazing story tonight at 6.
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Also, Frank Beamer checks in on the One Double-A factor and I'll tell you how few tickets are left for the game.
Have a good night everybody. [go to break]

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Finally, the latest addition to the hotel and casino scene at Las Vegas.
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This one is a French-theme hotel casino that opened today.
The hotel features a 50-story replica of the Eiffel Tower, a two-thirds scale of the Arc de (Tree-umph) Triomphe, 13 restaurants and lounges and an 85,000 square foot casino.
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