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The remains of a missing teenager are found with multiple guns shot wounds.

TWO live reports from Pulaski County top NEWS 7 tonight.
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And our own video tends to confirm a Rubatex claim of racist gestures on the picket line. We'll show you the tape again and point out what the company says is going on here.
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In sports, a Blue Ridge District coach resigns, the Saints sign a strong armed quarterback, we will have another preview from Daytona
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and Roy Stanley checks in on the heart beat of the struggling VMI basketball team.
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What a difference a day WILL make.
We'll go from the 60s to the 30s in less than 24 hours.
The wintry details are coming up. [open]
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The search for a missing teenager becomes a memorial, as investigators look for clues that will lead them to Tara Munsey's killer.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Munsey]


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They searched for two and a half weeks. Now authorities are investigating the murder of Tara Munsey.
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The Radford teenager's body was discovered yesterday afternoon, in a remote section of Pulaski County.
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Today, authorities confirmed she was shot to death.
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We have two reports tonight, starting with Joe Dashiell at the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department.
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(rollcue...soon after she was abducted from the Taco Bell in Fairlawn. )
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[Joe hands off to Scott on camera]

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(rollcue...police search for her killer.)
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[OUT Q=she liked to make them happy.]

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The third time was NO charm for laid off textile workers at the State Capitol.
They cried.
They prayed.
They watched their emergency relief bill stalled in a committee that may never meet again.
Ellen Qualls has their story.
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(( They packed a House committee for the third time in ten days.
They watched their strongest advocate admit to begging the Governor's chief of staff for help.
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((DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG: THE MOST IMPORTANT BILL THAT I HAVE CARRIED IN MY NINE YEARS. PROBABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT BILL THAT I WILL EVER CARRY, AND WE DON'T HAVE THE GUTS TO DO THE RIGHT THING. MR. CHAIRMAN, TODAY, I AM ASHAMED TO BE A MEMBER OF THIS HOUSE OF DELEGATES! applause/arm-folding))
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But the relief bill was tabled by a Republican majority -- acting out the Governor's wishes -- and none too happy with the roles in which they'd been cast.
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Republicans say there are real problems with the unemployment checks Armstrong had proposed.
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They go home to Martinsville now to pray for a political compromise-- or a new employer to hit town.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))


[Rubatex]


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As the Rubatex strike drags on in Bedford, company managers now claim their black replacement workers are being racially harassed by picketers.
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This is videotape shot by News7 last week outside the Rubatex main gate.
As two black employees leave the property, two strikers pull bananas from their pockets and one of them makes gorilla noises at the two men.
Here's a closer look.. watch as the woman in the gray sweatshirt pulls a banana out and gestures towards the car.


Union president Richard Walker denied any knowledge of racial incidents.
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((RICHARD WALKER/LOCAL 240 UNION PRESIDENT: I HAVE ASKED THEM TO REFRAIN FROM CALLING THEM BOYS BUT OTHER THAN THAT, WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO CALL THEM SCABS AS LONG AS THEY CONTINUE TO CROSS THE PICKET LINE. AS FAR AS THERE BEING ANY RACIAL SLURS OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT OUT THERE, WE HAVE NOT BEEN DOING IT.)) ((LARRY BROOKSHIER/RUBATEX PLANT MANAGER: WE FEEL THEY CERTAINLY HAVE A RIGHT TO COME TO WORK, THAT THE RACIAL SLURS ARE NOT PART OF A LABOR DISPUTE, THEY ARE SEPARATE FROM A LABOR DISPUTE.))
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Brookshier says at least a dozen employees have reported hearing racial slurs.
He's written the union asking that the harassment stop.
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What happens when you bring a BB-gun into school? Still ahead on News 7, a local teenager finds out.
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((And I'm Tina Tenret -- Find out how Botetourt County boys go from DOING time (NAT SOT SIREN) to giving their time-- t

hat story's still ahead.))
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Students at Pulaski County High School left early today, after the school received a bomb threat. State police say the call came in at eleven o'clock this morning. 15-hundred students and faculty moved to the gym before they were dismissed around 1:30.
Authorities scoured the area for several hours and brought bomb-sniffing dogs. They found nothing unusual at the school.

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Court-ordered community service doesn't have to be a drag. Some Botetourt County kids have turned their sentence into a career. Tina Tenret visited them at the Read Mountain Fire & Rescue Department.
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Jeremy Goyer has rushed to the rescue as a fireman and E-M-T. Oddly enough it was speeding that landed him here three years ago. A judge sentenced him to 30 hours on the fire and rescue squad as punishment for driving too fast. Jeremy not only served his time, he stuck around and trained.
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((IT'S MADE ME MATURE REAL QUICK. YOU CAN'T GO OUT HERE AND RUN AROUND LIKE A GOOFBALL WITH NOTHING GOING ON. IF YOU DO THAT HERE, IT'S GOING TO LOOK REAL BAD ON YOU, PLUS THE DEPARTMENT, PLUS THE COUNTY.))
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At the same firehouse, Matt Hall's burning ten hours community service, also for speeding. He says he's learned more than manual labor.
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((THE PEOPLE, THEY REALLY HAVE STRONG MORAL VALUES, IT SEEMS. THEY HAVE STRONG STANDARDS SET FOR THEMSELVES AND IT SEEMS LIKE THEY INSTILL THAT IN PEOPLE AROUND HERE.
NAT SOT ERIC HAYTH: WANNA TOUCH HIM? HE DOESN'T HURT.))
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Eric Hayth is squad vice president. He befriends kids who come here on a judge's order. After all, his first brush with the fire department came as a teenager, too, when he started a fire.
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((I REALIZED WHEN I WANTED SOMETHING TO DO WHEN I WAS A YOUNG TEENAGER, INSTEAD OF GOING OUT AND GETTING INTO TROUBLE, I COULD BE COMING IN HERE AND HAVING A GREAT TIME AND AT THE SAME TIME, SERVING MY COMMUNITY.))
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Meantime, Matt Hall's sentence is almost over -- but that doesn't mean his time here is up.
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((I THINK I'LL BE HANGING AROUND HERE A LITTLE BIT MORE AFTER THIS IS OVER WITH, AND SEEING WHAT IT'S LIKE.))
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He's got plenty of volunteers waiting to show him. Tina Tenret News7 Botetourt County






















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The Dow is now officially in correction territory. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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A Radford teenager accused of bringing a BB gun to school won't be going to class for a while.
Another student told the principal the 14-year-old had the weapon in his bookbag. Radford police have charged the boy with possession of a concealed weapon. He is also charged with having a firearm on school property. The student is suspended from school until further notice.

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Parents had a "smashing"good time this afternoon at Babies R Us in Crossroads Mall.
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They crushed their old and used car seats in a cardboard bailing machine.
The Deels showed up to have their old car seat checked and purchase a new one for their one year old son Samuel.
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((SANDRA DEEL/PARENT: WE'RE GETTING READY TO GO ON OUR FIRST BIG ROAD TRIP AND SO WE WANTED HIM TO BE COMFORTABLE AND HAVE THE RIGHT THINGS.))
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[VO NAT] Volunteers at the car seat check say throwing old seats away isn't enough, they need to be taken out of circulation.
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((ELLEN DAVIS/SAFE KIDS COORDINATOR: SOME PEOPLE HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO FIND THEM IN DUMPSTERS, AND THEY WILL GET A SEAT OUT OF THE DUMPSTER AND USE IT IN THEIR VEHICLE AND SO YOU NEED TO DESTROY THE SEAT, CUT THE STRAPS OR CRUSH THEM LIKE WE'VE DONE TODAY IN ORDER TO TOTALLY DESTROY THEM, SO NO ONE CAN USE THEM.))
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Davis says car seats typically have a lifespan of five years.
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Roy Stanley payed the Keydets a visit earlier this week to see how they were doing, Mike Stevens will preview what's instore from Daytona,
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and a long time Blue Ridge District football coach steps down from his post.
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Rockbridge County football coach and former Friday Football Extra coach of the year Jamie Talbott resigned today.
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Talbott, who won the FFE group 2A coach of the year honor in 1993 sited the need to make this change to explore other professional opportunities.
Talbott's Wildcats won the Blue Ridge District championship in 1993. His teams were ranked in the state polls during the 1993, 94 and 95 seasons. He was also the 1993 Blue Ridge, Region III and state AP coach of the year. This past season his Wildcats were 3 and 7. The search for a replacement should begin shortly.
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The New Orleans Saints agreed to a deal with quarterback Jeff Blake, making him the first significant free-agent to switch teams this year.
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The former Cincinnati quarterback was signed on the same day two of the Saints quarterbacks, Danny Wuerffel and Billy Joe Hobert entered the free agency market. Blake inks a deal worth 17.2 million dollars over four years. Blake was a pro bowl starter in 1995 for the Bengals.
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V-M-I is experiencing its longest losing streak since 1992-93 when the team finished the season with a 16 game winless streak.
The Keydets are not ready to fold up the tent and the only way to salvage the season is to make a run in the Southern Conference tournament.
Roy Stanley has more.
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((The current 16 game losing streak is enough to make any team roll over and give up on the season.
But that's not the case for Bart Bellairs and his Keydets.
V-M-I has lost two of its last three games by a combined 5 points and the Keydets lost two overtime games at home in January.)) ((NICK RICHARDSON/VMI FORWARD:)) ((BART BELLAIRS/VMI HEAD COACH:)) ((The bottom line is the Keydets are much better than their 5 and 18 record shows.
The players haven't given up on the season and their chance to turn things around could start with the games remaining in the regular season and the Southern Conference Tournament.)) ((BELLAIRS:)) ((ROY STANDUP:))
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The Express takes it's Northeast division leading 29-12 and 5 record into gator country tonight. Roanoke faces off against the Florida Everglades at 7:30 for the first time ever. The Everglades are the Southeast Division's top team at 35-10 and 2.

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The first big weekend of Speedweeks for the Winston Cup cars is ready to begin. Here's Mike Stevens with a preview.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A recap now of our top story tonight.
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[vo-nat]
Roanoke's Medical Examiner has determined that teen-ager Tara Munsey was shot several times.
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She had disappeared from the Taco Bell where she worked, 2 and a half weeks ago.
Yesterday, police found her body just six miles from that restaurant.
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Today... an outpouring of grief and support for Munsey's family in Radford.
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[anchor=Keith]
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Join us for News 7 at 11 - for continuing live coverage with the latest on this investigation.

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