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Just ahead on NEWS 7...

A female teacher's aide in Montgomery County is arrested for allegedly molesting a male student.
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And, firefighters in Roanoke County try to prevent a local business from going up in flames.
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In sports, The Roanoke Wrath opens its soccer season tonight, the N-F-L draft kicked off today.
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And Virginia's Thomas Jones was the first player from the state and the second running back selected in the draft.


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Another rainy day comes and goes, with the promise of warmer and drier weather for the second half of your weekend.


Details coming up.


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((WHEN THEY APPROACHED THE BUILDING, THEY COULD SEE FLAMES COMING THROUGH THE ROOF))
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Part of a local business goes up in flames this afternoon in Roanoke County.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

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The blaze destroyed a building full of construction equipment.
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It started just after one this afternoon at J-P Turner Construction on Buck Mountain Road.
Fire officials say when they arrived, the garage and maintenance shop was engulfed and there was nothing they could do to save it.. so they focused efforts on keeping the fire contained.
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((DONALD GILLISPIE: FIRE MARSHALL: THEY CONCENTRATED WHAT EFFORTS THEY HAD ON PROTECTING THE TRAILER THAT IS ON THE EAST END OF THE SHOP BUILDING AND THE AREA WHERE THE FIRE HAD NOT PROGRESSED.))
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How much was lost and the cause of the fire are not yet known.
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The pilot who died when his single-engine plane crashed in the Shenandoah National Park had strong ties to V-M-I.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN PICTURE]
42- year old Jeffrey John Morgan was executive vice president of the school's Keydet Club.
He joined the fundraising organization in 1991.
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Morgan was returning from a Keydet Club function in Williamsburg when his plane crashed yesterday around noon.
He was killed on impact.
Superintendent Josiah Bunting says Morgan embodied the absolute best of V-M-I, from character to enthusiasm.

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Health Officials say Radford University students and staff -- should not panic.
They believe they have notified and treated everyone who may have come in close contact with a student recently diagnosed with meningitis.
The 19 year old student left Radford on April 7th and days later become very ill while at home in Richmond.
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Dr. Jody Hershey says the teenager is in stable condition at a Richmond area hospital.
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((Dr. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT: ONLY THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE IN CLOSE INTIMATE CONTACT WITH AN INDIVIDUAL ARE THOSE WHO WE THINK MAY BE AT INCREASED RISK AND AGAIN THE RELATIVE RISK TO MOST PEOPLE IS EXTREMELY LOW))
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Dr. Hershey says there are usually one or two cases a year on local college campuses.
The symptoms of the bacterial infection include sudden high fever, an intense headache, nausea, vomiting and occasionally a rash.
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It can be fatal -- a 15 month old Pulaski County child died last month and a Radford University professor died in September.

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Dozens of young people from across Southwest, Virginia are in Roanoke this weekend.
They're taking part in the 2-thousand Reach Conference-- talking about drug and alcohol use among their peers.
As Joy Sutton reports-- it's an issue many of the teenagers say they face on a regular basis.
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(( Madell Stanley is in the 8th grade at Breckenridge Middle School -- she says even kids her age are confronted with the decision to smoke cigarettes and marijuana.
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((MICHAEL OLDSON/WILLIAM FLEMING STUDENT: IT'S A BIG ISSUE ESPECIALLY AROUND THIS CAMPUS, CAUSE A LOT OF KIDS HERE TRY HIDING FROM THE SECURITY GUARDS .. WHEN THEY'RE SMOKING CIGARETTES OR SAY THE DON'T SMOKE SOME KIDS EVEN BRING ALCOHOL PUTTING IT IN THE SLUSHIES AND STUFF)) [RUNS13]
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Many students say that's why they are participating in the Reach Conference at William Fleming -- a program designed to teach youth how prevent alcohol and drug use among their peers.
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Christian Graham says he uses entertainment as a tool to teach-- a method he encourages them to use when they reach out to other kids.
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((CHRISTIAN GRAHAM/REACH COORDINATOR:WE'RE TRYING TO TO TEACH THIS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HOW TO PUT ON PROGRAMS FOR THE YOUNGER KIDS AND PART OF THAT GIVES THEM THE MOTIVATION THEMSELVES TO STAY CLEAN)) [RUNS05]
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: THE STUDENTS SAY THAT PEER PRESSURE AT SCHOOL IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST FACTORS ENCOURAGING HIGH SCHOOL AND EVEN YOUNGER STUDENTS TO BRING ALCOHOL, SMOKE CIGARETTES AND EVEN TRY MARIJUANA)) [RUNS10]
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And many are hoping a little positive peer pressure from kids who have gone through the conference will encourage other students to just say "no".
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Still ahead on News 7 at Six-- one of Virginia's Most-Wanted is behind bars tonight.
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And these folks volunteered to go behind bars.
Find out why when we return.
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One of Virginia's Most Wanted is now in a Wise County jail.
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David Stanley was reportedly running an Internet start-up... and former co-workers say they had no idea he was a convicted felon.
Stanley pled guilty in 1989 to 55 counts of taking money in a fraud scheme in the Commonwealth and in Tennessee.
He disappeared in 1996.
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He still owes between 160- and 300-thousand dollars in restitution.
Stanley - who's been living under an assumed name... turned himself in after hearing authorities were closing in on him.

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A Montgomery County teacher's aide has been charged with molesting a 13-year old student.
46-Year old Wanda Fraser of Christiansburg was served with six warrants yesterday.
She's charged with carnal knowledge and taking indecent liberties with the boy.
Fraser was suspended from her job at Auburn Middle School in February.
Indictments allege the acts occured between December and February at her home.
Fraser was released on four-thousand dollars bond.

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Governor Jim Gilmore has secured a key role in the Bush presidential campaign.
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Gilmore, who was in Henry County yesterday to announce the creation of new jobs, has been named co-chairman of the Republican National Committee's Victory two- thousand effort.
The committee will oversee election efforts for Governor George W. Bush as well as other candidates.
Bush was reportedly instrumental in having Gilmore named to the position.
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Republican George Allen is still leading the money race for one of Virginia's U-S Senate seats.
Allen has a "more than million dollar lead" over incumbent Democratic Senator Chuck Robb.
That's according to financial reports released yesterday.
Allen raised just over a million dollars in the first quarter of the year, while Robb raised about 750-thousand dollars.

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Some local folks were behind bars this afternoon -- trying to buy their way out of jail.
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These willing volunteers -- agreed to be locked-up at Valley View Mall to raise money for domestic violence.
Each prisoner was equipped with a cell phone and phone book, to call friends and family to pledge money for their bail -- with all of the money going to benefit the TAP Women's Resource Center.
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((SGT. TAMMY CARMICHAEL/ROANOKE CITY POLICE DEPT: THE MORE AWARENESS THAT WE GET TO THE PEOPLE THAT THERE ARE AGENCIES OUT HERE THAT ARE HERE FOR THEM TO HELP THEM THE BETTER WE ARE. IF WE CAN HELP ONE VICTIM NOT BECOME A VICTIM OF A HOMICIDE THEN WE'VE DONE SOMETHING RIGHT))
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Sgt. Carmichael says last year -- domestic violence related deaths accounted for about half of the homicides in Roanoke.
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William Byrd students remember veterans and their families.
Find out how when News 7 at Six returns.
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And on this National Youth Volunteer Day, we'll get down and dirty with some kids helping clean up a Lincoln-Terrace playground.
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People in Vinton are building a new memorial to veterans and their families.
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The project at William Byrd High School includes a garden in the shape of a star, a waterfall and a bridge.
The idea came from the school's students and staff, to commemorate "those who fought the good fight for freedom."


They're hoping to finish it by Memorial Day.
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Thousands of people tour Virginia's wineries every year.
A lot of them are right here in our backyard.
Kimberly McBroom gives us a taste of Rockbridge Vineyard in this week's "Time Off."
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(( At first glance, Rockbridge Vineyard could be a traditional dairy farm....
But look closer and you'll see the buds of five different varieties of grapes.
The recent cool temperatures have slowed down the harvest long enough for winemakers Shepherd and Jane Rouse do field work.
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((JANE ROUSE/ROCKBRIDGE VINEYARDS: WE HAVE FINISHED PRUNING, THANK GOODNESS. WE DO SPRING PLANTING EVERY YEAR. WE'VE BEEN PUTTING IN MORE AND MORE VINES AND WE'RE IN THE MIDST OF THAT NOW OR TRELLISING OF THOSE THAT WE PUT IN LAST YEAR. SO, FIELD WORK IS WHERE WE ARE NOW.))
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The grapes are pressed into juice in this machine, then it's on to these oak barrels for fermentation and aging.
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((JANE ROUSE/ROCKBRIDGE VINEYARD: SO, THE JUICE GETS POURED INTO THESE BARRELS AT HARVEST OR INTO THE STAINLESS STEEL TANK. IT'S INOCULATED WITH A PARTICULAR WINE YEAST AND LAST I HEARD MY HUSBAND SAID WE USED 10 DIFFERENT YEASTS IN 1999.))
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Rockbridge produces 16 different wines.... including chardonnay, riesling, and this dark red hybrid that's ready for barrel tasting.
The process from barrel to bottle can take as little as three months or as long as a year and a half.
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((MAKES IT REALLY INCREDIBLE. EVEN WITH MY STUFFY NOSE, I CAN SMELL THIS.))
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The Rouses first began bottling their vintage in 19-92...now they bottle about 7,000 cases each year.
But the winery still small enough to give visitors a REAL flavor of what goes on behind the scenes.
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((JANE ROUSE/ROCKBRIDGE VINYARDS: WHEN YOU GO TO A SMALL WINERY, A HANDS-ON WINERY, GENERALLY YOU'RE JUST GOING TO BE IN THE MIDST OF EVERYTHING. IF YOU COME AT BOTTLING, YOU'RE GOING TO SEE THEM BOTTLE WINE, YOU'RE GOING TO HEAR THE NOISE AND BE ABLE TO TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT THAT IS. ))
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If you like to listen to music while sipping a little vino, you can check out the Rockbridge Vineyard's next big festival...."Music in the Vines" coming up April 29th.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Rockbridge County.))
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[TAKE WEB ADDRESS FS]
The winery is available for tours from noon until five. For directions, simply click on our web site at W-D-B-J-7-DOT-COM.
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And coming up in sports, The first round of the N-F-L draft is in the books The Roanoke Wrath opens its season tonight.
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And the Yankees pound the Kansas City Royals in the Big Apple this afternoon.
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Virginia's Thomas Jones was the first player from the state and the second running back selected in the 2-thousand draft.
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Jones was selected with the seventh pick by the Arizona Cardinals. Jones earned All America honors last year rushing for nearly 18-hundred yards and 16 touchdowns.
During his career at U-V-A Jones gained 31-hundred yards for 29 touchdowns and added 50 receptions for 418 yards and 3 touchdowns.
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Penn State defensive lineman Courtney Brown was the first player selected in the draft.
The Six Foot five, 270 pound defensive lineman was picked by the Cleveland Browns.
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The Washington Redskins had the number 2 and 3 picks in the draft and the Skins went for offense and defense.
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With the second pick the Skins selected Penn State Linebacker LaVar Arrington. Arrington won the Butkus award last year while leaving the Nittany Lions a year early.
Last season Arrington had 72 tackles, 10 sacks and 20 tackles for a loss despite several minor injuries.
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The Skins over-looked receiver Peter Warwick and selected Alabama offensive lineman Chris Samuels with the third pick.
Samuels was an All America last year receiving the Outland Trophy.
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Warwick the Wide receiver from Florida State was the fourth pick by the Cincinnati Bengals.


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Ramiro Mendoza pitched a per fect game through six and a third innings as New York beat Kansas City 7 to 1.
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A banner hanging honoring the 25 time world champion Yankees.
New York got off with a bang. In the bottom of the first Shane Spencer gets all of this pitch sending it over the left field wall into the bull pen the Yankees led the Royals 3 to nothing.
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Mendoza retired the first 19 batters he faced before Carlos Febles singled off the glove of third Baseman Clay Bellinger but the Yankees go on to win it 7 to 1.
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Virginia Tech has had its share of struggles on the diamond this season with injuries wreaking havoc on both the pitching staff and batting line up.
But Denise Allen reports that luckily for the Hammerin' Hokies, red-shirt senior Chad Foutz has returned with a new perspective on the game and life.
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((Chad Foutz was hitting 341 with 22 RBIs when he tore his ACL against Richmond in 1998--a season ending injury.
He went through a year of rehab, which also was a lesson in patience.
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While experiencing the injury was difficult, the '99 season was even more painful. Chad didn't suit up for his senior year. His grades kept him off the field.
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Chad has return for 2000 to bat 343, score 30 runs with an on-base percentage of 456 in 38 games this season.
But the Rocky Mount native has learned what's important at home, as he's watched his mom battle Leukemia.
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Words he lives and shares with teammates as he works to a goal of batting 350 for the season.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports.))




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Washington and Pittsburgh would hook up this afternoon for game two of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
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The Caps trail in the series 1 games to none.
But Washington would get on the board first. Peter Bondra is set in front of the nets he gets the lose puck and scores to make it 1 to nothing Caps.
[SUPER=34-Washington/1/Pittsburgh/2/;]


The Penguins would answer in the second quarter when Jan Hrdina gets the rebound in front of the net to score and make it 1 to 1 and Pittsburgh goes on to win it 2 to 1 in overtime.
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The Roanoke Wrath will open its 2000 soccer season tonight at Victory Stadium.
This years team is built around a solid group of veterans and some talented younger players including Mike Brizendine who starred at James Madison.
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((DAVE PATTERSON/WRATH HEAD COACH: WITH TOYE RETURNING FABULOUS PLAYERS WE FEEL REALLY STRONG WITH GOALKEEPING PLAYERS UP FRONT THIS YEAR CALLED MIKE BRIZENDINE PLAYED AT JMU PROVEN GOAL SCORERS WE JUST HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT FROM TOP TO BOTTOM WE CAN RAISE THE LEVEL OF TALENT. I THINK WE'RE GOING TO BE O-K."))
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The game kick's off tonight at 7-thirty.







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A couple of men's lacrosse scores from the ODAC. Roanoke college blew a lead late in the game and loses to Virginia Wesleyan 7 to 4.
Roanoke is 7 and 4 over all and 2 and 2 in the conference.
Meantime, Washington and Lee won today beating Guilford 17 to 3.


[Volunteer-Day]


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The rain didn't stop some local kids from sprucing-up the community.
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About a dozen volunteers from the Red Cross Youth Council got wet and muddy this afternoon planting flowers and trees and picking weeds on the playground of the Lincoln Terrace Head Start office.
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((EVAN PERRY/RED CROSS YOUTH COUNCIL: JUST KNOWING THAT I'M DOING SOMETHING MAKES ME KIND OF HAPPY THAT I'M RETURNING TO THE COMMUNITY. IT JUST GIVES YOU A FEELING THAT YOU CAN'T MATCH))
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