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Coming up on News 7-
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Severe Storms continue to rumble across Southwest and Central Virginia, flooding some roads.
A Roanoke City councilman is in the hospital.
Just an hour to the midnight tax-filing deadline.
And after a dreadful day Friday, Wall Street rebounds in a big way.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

News 7 is next.

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Severe thunderstorms turn into flash-flooding
This driver realized too late that some roads are impassable.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[Roanoke-Weather]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The severe weather has forced authorities to close some area roads because they're flooded.
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Teresa Hamilton is in Northwest Roanoke-- where police helped rescue five people earlier tonight
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Jean, police in all jurisdications are cautioning people not to cross roads with high water.... which is what happened here around eight o'clock tonight and could have easily ended in tragedy.
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[southside-weather]


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Folks in Southside also have their eyes on streams and creeks.
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Earlier this evening most of the area saw heavy rain and lightening.
Pittsylvania County had a couple of thunder storm warnings, and strong winds.
No major damage has been reported. South Boston suffered sporadic power outages throughout the evening.
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[NRV-Weather]


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The New River Valley took some of the first hits today ... but rain wasn't always the biggest problem.
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How about hail ... several inches of it.
Our ruler measured at least nine inches at the Pizza Hut parking lot in Christiansburg.
Traffic on nearby Interstate-81 was slowed for a time this afternoon, when heavy rain washed debris into the roadway.
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[Drug-Sweep]


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There was no rain delay for Roanoke police tonight.
They went ahead with plans to arrest dozens of drug suspects, the result of undercover detective work that started last October.
More than 40 local, state and federal officers and agents went looking for 60 people facing drug counts.
At last word, 12 were already in custody.

[Tenth-Street]


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Residents of a Roanoke neighborhood claimed victory tonight, as city council backed away from a controversial plan for improvements on Tenth Street.
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Changes proposed by the Virginia Department of Transportation would have widened tenth street to four lanes in some areas. The proposal would have taken more than 20 homes and businesses.
But tonight, city council embraced an alternative that has the support of residents in the area.
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((WE ARE VERY VERY GRATIFIED AND VERY RELIEVED. COUNCIL HAS DONE THE RIGHT THING BY ITS NEIGHBORHOODS, OR THE NEIGHBORHOODS OF THE CITY OF ROANOKE. THAT IS WHAT THEY ALWAYS SAY THEY WANT TO DO. AND TONIGHT WE HAVE REASON TO BELIEVE THEY ARE AS GOOD AS THEIR WORD.))
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Rick Williams praised City Manager Darlene Burcham for her willingness to consider and address the residents' concerns.
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[Trout]


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City Council member Jim Trout is in the hospital tonight following surgery.
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Trout became ill during the council meeting this afternoon. He first thought it was just a bad case of indigestion, but doctors apparently found a tear in his aorta.
Trout is expected to remain in the hospital for a week, but a campaign aide says Trout is "emphatic" (em-FAT-ic) about continuing his bid for re-election, and serving another term on city council.
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[Meningitis]


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Another Radford University student has been diagnosed with Meningococcal (ma-NEN-go-COCK-uhl) Meningitis.
The unidentified student got sick last Friday and was taken to the New River Valley Medical Center on Saturday.
That person is now in stable condition.
Another student came down with the illness after leaving school April 7th.
A spokesperson for the New River Valley Health District says that the two cases are NOT related and that there are no other known Meningitis cases in the New River Valley area.
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Wall Street does more than recover.
Still ahead, it comes back with a bang.
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And what's the rush? There's still almost 50 minutes to go.
It's the big night for taxpayers who wait till the very end.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens in the News 7 sports office where on the same day that Jeff Jones returns to the colege ranks as a head coach - Pete Gillen drops in on the Roanoke Valley Sports Club. Tim Christian is also back in the valley. And Steve Mason takes us to Charlottesville where he tries to corner the Cavs springtime defense tonight on the Big 7.))


[Protest]


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Demonstrators in the streets- Pepper spray and police-
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This was the scene in Washington D-C- where protestors rallied outside the World Bank and International Monetary Fund meeting.
Police clashed with protesters- arresting dozens of people who blocked the sidewalks and streets.
Officers set off pepper spray and smoke bombs.
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((IT CAUSED..... A LOT OF PEOPLE.)) [BUTT TO 16:42:43] ((POLICE CAME IN.... PROVOCATION AT ALL.))
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The demonstrators are against World Economic policy that they say damages the environment and exploits poor countries.
Tonight the President of the World Bank says the institution isn't ready to forgive the debts of poor nations.
James Wolfensohn says debt relief should be associated with strategies to reduce poverty.
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[Stock-Market]


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After Friday's record drop on Wall Street, all eyes were on the stock market today- How did it fare? And can the high tech, "dot-com" stocks of today survive?
Drew Levinson has the latest from Wall Street.
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(( THE MOOD? I DONT KNOW EVERYBODY IS JUST KINDA DOING THEIR JOB. VERY QUIET UP THERE, PEOPLE DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO IN THIS MARKET RIGHT NOW EVERYBODY'S SITTING ON THE SIDELINES, AT LEAST MY CUSTOMERS ARE. Most market analysts say despite the recent fall, this is no time to panic. ALAN SKRAINKA-CHIEF ANALYST/EDWARD JONES: OUR MESSAGE IS THE SAME AS IT WAS SIX MOTHS AGO OR SIX YEARS AGO, LIMIT TECHNOLOGY TO 20 PERCENT OF YOUR PORTFOLIO, STAY FULLY INVESTED, AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE GOOD BALANCE IN THE PORTFOLIO AND DONT CARRIED AWAY WITH HOT STOCKS THAT DONT HAVE ANY EARNINGS. Many of those stocks were the dot-coms that were driving up the market-and then pulled it down. skrainka: We think the dot com companies that really don't have any earnings are going to continue to sink into the sunset. Admittedly last week was a bad one on the market but at least people took this advice and came back for another round.

DREW LEVINSON/CBS NEWS))


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The protest was calm today outside the Miami home where Elian Gonzalez is staying
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Supporters of the Miami relatives say they won't give up their vigil until they now Elian is safe from Fidel Castro.

The boy's father is in Washington DC trying to get his son back.
Some protesters in Miami say the father is being selfish asking for his son back.
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((YOU'RE SHAMEFUL.... IT'S CASTRO'S BOY.))
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The father says only he can speak for his son.
The case is now in the hands of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta.
The justices have been asked to throw out a ruling that prevents Elian from being taken from the country.
That would allow the government to push for father and son to be quickly reunited in Washington.
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[Tax-Day]


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It's not just a rainy Monday- it's also TAX DAY- and the clock is ticking toward that midnight deadline.
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((IT WAS RAINING LAST YEAR TOO.
Neither rain nor snow nor gloom of night can keep people from going to the post office- they need to meet the tax deadline.
This was the scene at the main post office in Roanoke. It was crowded, but the postmaster says it wasn't as busy as expected. BILLY MARTIN/POSTMASTER: I DON'T KNOW THE REASONS FOR THAT IS, MAYBE A LOT OF PEOPLE THOUGHT THE DEADLINE WAS SATURDAY NIGHT.
Because April 15th fell on a Saturday- Uncle Sam extended the deadline two days giving taxpayers extra time to crunch the numbers and finish their returns. Nat sound filing papers At the Roanoke post office- thousands of returns are making their way through the post office. It's tough to pay up- and stressful for some- but with food- and games-
and even massage to help relieve the tension- makes it a little easier for the last minute filers. LISA JOHNSON/LAST MINUTE FILER: I OWE SO I USUALLY WAIT UNTIL THE VERY END BEFORE I HAVE TO PAY.))
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Not everyone has to pay- of the 77-million returns filed so far, 62 million are getting refunds.
By the way the main post office in Roanoke is opened until til midnight.

[Vinton-Police]


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Bedford County authorities have picked up where a special grand jury left off-- developing leads turned up in the investigation of the Vinton Police Department.
A prosecutor from Bedford appeared before a Roanoke County judge today, citing an "on-going criminal investigation," and asking the judge not to release any more information from the grand jury report.
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Judge Diane Strickland gave the public three hours February 18th to review the 24-page report. The names of certain targets of the investigation had been blacked out. The full report remains sealed.
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Attorneys for former Police Chief Ricky Foutz and Lieutenant Bill Brown argued against disclosing additional information sought by the Roanoke Times.
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It's unclear whether Foutz and Brown could be targets of the BEDFORD County probe, or if the current investigation focuses only on those people whose names were not revealed in February.
For example the Grand Jury report listed Foutz, Brown and a third person-- whose name was blacked out-- involved in what the report referred to as a "slush fund."

[Shooting-Arrest]


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Roanoke police have charged a man in a fatal shooting that happened last winter.
28-year-old Paul Childs of Chestnut Avenue was arrested this afternoon, in the death of Joseph Nemo.
He was charged with murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Police say Childs shot Nemo last February after the two got an argument.
It's said the two took a cab to the hospital TOGETHER where Nemo later died.
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The census people have a message.
Still ahead, send in the forms or you'll be hearing from them.
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And sending a message to Richmond.
Mental health advocates say it can be a matter of life or death.
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[Mental-Health]


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Mental health advocates are trying to send a message to prevent abuse, neglect and unnecessary deaths in mental health institutions.
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NAMI, (NAA-mee) the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill held a candlelight vigil in South Boston in the hopes of helping people who can't help themselves.
Governor Jim Gilmore vetoed a bill that would give a state agency the independence to investigate alleged mistreatments of patients.
The General Assembly has a chance to overturn that decision.
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((HOPE BAGWELL/SUFFERS FROM BIPOLAR DEPRESSION: I'M A MENTAL HEALTH CONSUMER AND MY CONCERN IS THERE'S SO MANY STIGMAS ATTACHED TO MENTAL ILLNESS AND RETARDATION STILL TO THIS DAY, 2000, AND I FELL THAT IF WE CAN GET OUR MESSAGE ACROSS TO JUST ONE PERSON THAN WE WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA.))
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The General Assembly will have the opportunity to override Governor Gilmore's veto on house bill 491 this Wednesday.
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[Census-2000]


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Census figures show the federal government spent about 84- hundred dollars on each Virginia resident last year.. the second highest per capita total in the nation.
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But local leaders say we can do better.
In Lynchburg, they're pushing every resident to fill out and return their 2000 census form.. and they remind us that the information is kept confidential.
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((LARRY HOLLOWAY/CENSUS COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: A LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CENSUS AND THAT'S WHY WE'RE HERE. WE WANT TO LET THOSE PEOPLE KNOW THAT THE CENSUS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THEIR PERSONAL LIVES AS FAR AS WHAT THEY'RE DOING.. IF THEY HAVE ILLEGAL THINGS GOING ON.. WE DON'T CARE ABOUT THAT.))
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Just 61 percent of Lynchburg residents have returned their census forms so far.. about the same as the national average.
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[Jamestown]


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Jamestown historians say their four century old mystery remains unsolved.
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What killed some of America's first English settlers?
Last week, a North Carolina pathologist made national news with his theory: they were poisoned to death with arsenic.
But Jamestown historians say it's just another unproven theory, along with disease, famine, and anarchy:
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((BILL KELSO/CHIEF ARCHAEOLOGIST: THERE COULD HAVE BEEN CIVIL UNREST IS ANOTHER THAT I HAVE. SO HIGH THAT THEY WERE BEGINNING TO PERHAPS SHOOT EACH OTHER. I MEAN THERE LOTS OF PROBLEMS HERE. LOTS OF WAYS OF DYING.))
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The arsenic theory is based NOT on forensic tests, but on diaries and journals.
Jamestown officials admit there was a motive for murder.
Spanish ships carrying gold were easy targets for potential English piracy from the Jamestown settlement.
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news concerning his predecesor at UVa. Jeff Jones , who guided UVa to five NCAA tournaments and a trip to the final 8 in 1995 was forced to step down at Virginia in 1998. But yesterday he landed back on his feet just north of Charlottesville. Yesterday afternoon, Jones was named the new head basketball coach at American University in DCTERMS.
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[S-Gillen]


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The Roanoke Valley Sports club welcomed fast talking Pete Gillen to town last night. The University of Virginia's head basketball coach took time away from his busy recruiting travels to cool his heels inside the Salem Civic Center for a spell last night.
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College coaches aren't allowed to talk about specific recruits - but Gillen did give us a hint on what type of qualities he looks for in a possible player.
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One player he and his staff certainly have their eyes on is Ralph Sampson's cousin, Jamal Sampson. The six foot ten inch junior from Santa Anna, California is considered one of the top high school players in the nation, and a word from Ralph can never hurt.

[S-Bucks]


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In one other UVa note concerning the recently completed NFL Draft, two players who failed to get selected signed free agent contracts last night. Dwayne Stukes signs with the Falcons while tight end Casey Crawford inks a deal with the Panthers. Carolina also signed Virginia Tech linebacker Michael Hawkes to a free agent contract.
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In the NBA last night, the Milwaukee Bucks needed a win to clam the final playoff spot in the East. They needed to beat the team they were battling for that position - Orlando.
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The Bucks were in control early in this one as they jumped out tot a 24-to-5 advantage in the first quarter. But as is often the case in the NBA, the Magic came back to make a game of it.
[SUPER=32-Milwaukee/85/Orlando/83;]

The Bucks are able to hang on and win 85-to-83, although their star Ray Allen had to leave the game with a sprained knee.
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[S-Christian]


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One of the most popular Express players of all-time, Tim Christian, is back in the Star City. Tim will serve as the director of Hockey and Development programs for the Ice Station.
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((TIM CHRISTIAN/ICE STATION HOCKEY DIRECTOR:))
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[OUT Q=...plugged in for"]
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Christian was traded to Toledo after an outstanding career here. He is still Roanoke's all-time leading scorer.
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[S-Corners]


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The Virginia football team held its spring game last Friday night, and today the sqaud wrapped up spring drills.
Steve Mason says one big area of concern is for the team is at defensive back.
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((New starters, a new position and a new sport describes the situation for Virginia's Ahmad Hawkins and Chezley Watson. Watson has performed a complete turnaround, going from hoops to hits. ((CHEZLEY WATSON:))
Watson has not played football since high school. He playing on the right side and is second string on the depth chart. ((:)) Ahmad Hawkins has given up a starting position at receiver to help the Cavaliers at corner. H is best known for his game winning touchdown catch against Virginia Tech back in 1998. ((:)) ((:)) ((:)) The Cavaliers open the season September second against Brigham Young University in Charlottesville. The renovations to Scotts Stadium will be complete in time for the season opener. Steve Mason, News 7 sports.))