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Next on News 7 at 5, local authorities name a suspect in last week's murder of a Henry County man.
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and fans of a premium brand of handgun will have to find a new source, Colt is getting out of the business. [Weather-Head]
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A grey weekend is over-- Tomorrow will be a breezy fall day. Details coming up.

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A hidden danger at the dentist's office is exposed -- we'll tell you what harmful risk has been going on for years.
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And some new orders from the Centers for Disease control: roll up your sleeves - now.
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One year after the brutal killing of a gay student- the man accused in the attack goes on trial.
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[waiting on script and supers]
Aaron McKinney is one of two men charged with luring Matthew Shepard from a bar, whipping him and leaving him for dead on a fence post.
Today- attorneys began picking a jury.
Teresea Estacio has more from Laramie, Wyoming.
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Sheriff's deputies have a suspect in the murder of a man in Henry County last week.
It's a family member ... and he's on the run.
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23-year-old (Ah-BOON-dee-oh) Abundio Mora Soto is wanted for the first degree murder and forcible sodomy of his cousin.
34-year-old Jose Mora Soto was found strangled in a creek behind the house that he shared with six other friends and relatives from Mexico.
Last week, Abundio Mora Soto told News 7 that his cousin was his best friend ... and like a brother to him.
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((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF: WE HAD NARROWED IT DOWN TO ONE OR TWO PEOPLE. THIS MAN WAS DEFINITELY A STRONG SUSPECT PRIOR TO HIM FLEEING.))
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Abundio Mora Soto is also charged with stealing the car he escaped in from a relative.
Authorities believe he may be fleeing to Mexico.
On News 7 at Six, we'll tell you what family members say about the allegations.

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Congressmen Bob Goodlatte and Rick Boucher have unveiled a plan they hope will bring local television signals to satellite dishes in western Virginia and across the country.
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Currently, dish owners in rural areas receive network programming from stations in distant markets, and only if they can't receive local network affiliates with an antenna.
Goodlatte and Boucher say they will introduce legislation that would use loan guarantees to facilitate new satellites or other technologies .
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((REP. RICK BOUCHER: WE ARE HOPING WE CAN HAVE THAT LEGISLATION PASS AND THEN WITHIN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME, LOCAL INTO LOCAL SERVICE SHOULD BE PROVIDED IN THE ROANOKE MARKET, THE BRISTOL MARKET, THE BLUEFIELD MARKET AND THROUGHOUT BOB GOODLATTE'S SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.))
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They say their plan will give dish owners a complete package of television programming, provide more competition for cable television companies, and assure that local stations can reach all of the television viewers in their markets.
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Next on the broadcast, a NASCAR champion tries a different kind of race in Franklin County,
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and one of the world's best known producers of handguns says it is quitting the commercial market.
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On Health Check, doctors warn their patients to brace themselves for a tough flu season.
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We'll have that and more stay with us.
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The Colt Company reportedly plans to stop seling handguns to the general public and will limit its business to the military- law enforcement and collectors.
Bobbi Harley tells us why.
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A former Winston Cup champion missed today's NASCAR event in Charlotte to help a local politician run a different kind of race.
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Bobby Allison is backing Whitey Taylor in his campaign against Delegate Allen Dudley. Taylor has no political experience but is well-known as the owner of the Franklin County speedway.
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((BOBBY ALLISON/FORMER NASCAR DRIVER: I LIKE WHITEY. I MET HIM THROUGH THE RACE INDUSTRY. BUT WHITEY IS A DOER. HE'S A PERSON WHO GETS OUT THERE AND MAKES SOMETHING HAPPEN AND GETS PEOPLE INVOLVED. HE REALLY IS AN ENTHUSIAST AND I REALLY LIKE HIM.
NAT SOT: I THOUGHT THEY NEEDED TO BRING BOBBY ALLISON SO WE COULD MEET HIM. IT'S NICE TO MEET YOU SIR.))
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Taylor did not ask Wal-Mart managers for permission to promote himself on their property. Still he's counting on his loud voice to get voters what they want in the General Assembly.
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((SMALLER CLASSROOMS BETTER HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN THIS AREA, BETTER PAYING JOBS.))
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The election is November second.
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Coming up after this break, Andrew Freiden will have a detailed look at your forecast,
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and then a little later, we'll tell you why local police say a small vehicle is giving them big headaches.
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Today in Sports, a Virginia Tech graduate is two for two on the NASCAR circuit following today's race in Charlotte. Mike Stevens will have more.
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Just ahead on health check -- Thousands of deaths occur each year that could be prevented with one shot.
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and we'll tell you why a trip to the dentist has made some people seriously ill.
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The 1999 flu bug is expected to be worse than past years. The government is moving recommended shot dates from mid-October to right now!
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Doctors are predicting this year's strain of the flu will be more potent.
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Doctors say the new germ is coming from Alaska where a big outbreak this summer prompted the C-D-C to move up immunization dates across the country.
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Meantime, in Roanoke, the community based immunization project is spreading the word about NOT spreading the flu. The goal of National Immunization Week is to educate the community about adolescent and adult immunizations.
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People at high risk for flu complications are: Those 65 years or older, people of any age with chronic medical conditions, Nursing home and long term care residents, Healthcare Personnel, Children on long-term aspirin therapy, Pregnant women in the 2nd or 3rd trimester during flu season, and anyone who lives in the same house with a high risk person.
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Also, a reminder from the Virginia Health Quality Center, if you are 65 and on Medicare -- the flu shot is free.

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Everyone knows going to the dentist can improve the health of your teeth and your overall health.
But now there are concerns that some patients are being exposed to potentially harmful bacteria while in the dentist's chair.
Julie Chen has more.
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In Sports, the rain stays away from Charlotte.
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With the results from today's NASCAR RACE, here's Mike Stevens.[S5-Gordon]


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Welcome folks to the Monday two ticker that roars into the work week with a rare NASCAR event.
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After getting doused all day Sunday, the Lowe's Motor Speedway dried up this morning in time for the Winston Cup stars to race in the UAW GM Quality 500.
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Jeff Gordon started 22nd in the field but quickly made his presence known. He moved into the top ten in the first 100 miles.
And with seven laps to go he would slip past Bobby Labonte into the lead and hold on to win his 7th race of the year and 49th overall.
It also means he and new crew chief Brian Whitesell are 2-and-0 as a team.
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Bobby Labonte was second, Mike Skinner third and Mark Martin 4th. Ward Burton was 5th, Dale Jarrett was a solid 7th, Earnhardt 12th, Rick Mast 25th, Sadler 26th and Jeff Burton 37th

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The Virginia football team met the media today after hitting rock bottom on Saturday.
Steve Mason visited with a bruised and beaten bunch of Cavaliers this afternoon.
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More from Mase in C-ville and more for you from News 7 and Jean right after this quick break. Take care everybody.
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They're small, they're purple and now they're on the Lynchburg police department's most- wanted list.
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These small Honda scooters have become popular over the last year, but they're also causing more problems on the road.
Police say many scooter drivers swerve in and out of traffic and fail to stop for traffic signals.
They're asking city council to come up with some new regulations to rein the scooters in.
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((OFFICER DOUG CHILDRESS/LYNCHBURG POLICE DEPT.: THEY'RE OPERATING LIKE A BICYCLE BUT THEY'RE OPERATING THEM ON SOME MAJOR ROADWAYS AND IT'S BECOME VERY DANGEROUS. AND IT'S VERY DIFFICULT FOR US TO CATCH UP WITH THESE MOPEDS, OR SCOOTERS AS WE CALL 'EM, BECAUSE THEY'RE ABLE TO ZIP THROUGH ALLEYWAYS AND GET AWAY FROM US.)) ((GREG BURKE/SCOOTER OWNER: I THINK THEY'RE MAKING A BIG DEAL OUT OF SOMETHING THEY SHOULDN'T BE. THEY SHOULD WORRY MORE ABOUT PEOPLE DRINKING AND DRIVING THAN SCOOTERS.. IT'S LIKE THEY'VE GOT NOTHING ELSE BETTER TO DO.))
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Council is expected to vote tomorrow night on whether to require scooter owners to wear a helmet, register their vehicle and attach a face shield to their helmet or bike.
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