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Storms pound the region ... and really piling up the hail.
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And school officials reveal the gun brought into a school Friday was loaded.
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More than one bout of severe weather makes for a bumpy Monday. The showers will return later this evening as well.

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In Healthcheck, employees at one area company invest in some rolling stock, for their own safety.
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And dental care for people who might have trouble affording it. It's bringing smiles to one more county.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


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Hail several inches deep. Mother Nature pounds the region, and the storms aren't gone.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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It's been a stormy afternoon across the region ... with heavy rains, thunder, and hail.
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Christiansburg was among the hardest-hit areas, with hail piling up several inches deep along routes 460 and 11.


We put a ruler into the hail in one spot and it went down 9 inches.
There are no serious weather-related accidents to report,
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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but we are told southbound I-81 is reduced to one lane near Christiansburg, where a vehicle ran into large rocks that rolled onto the roadway.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A gun taken from a student at a Pulaski County elementary school was loaded.
But officials say there was no round in the chamber.
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[VO-NAT]
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The fourth-grader showed the gun to a couple of friends before school started on Friday.
His friends told school officials, who called the police.
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((DAVID COX/PULASKI CO. SUPERINTENDENT: UPON ARRIVAL THE POLICE OFFICER DID FIND THAT THE GUN CONTAINED LIVE AMMUNITION. THE STUDENT WAS IMMEDIATELY REMOVED FROM SCHOOL. THE GUN AND THE INVESTIGATION WERE TURNED OVER TO THE DUBLIN TOWN POLICE.))
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Cox says the boy didn't mean any harm; it appears he was just showing off.
The student has been suspended.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Bedford County authorities don't want any more information released about the investigation of the Vinton Police Department, because they're conducting their own investigation.
In court this morning a prosecutor from Bedford said there's an "on-going criminal investigation" involving some of the matters that came out of the STATE police investigation last Fall and Winter.
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Attorneys for Former Police Chief Ricky Foutz and Lieutenant Bill Brown argued against releasing the entire report of the special grand jury.
In February Judge Diane Strickland gave the public three hours to review the report with certain names deleted. The Judge today rejected a motion to release the entire report.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Protestors clashed with police in Washington DC streets again today-
It's the last day of demonstartions at the International Monetary Fund- World Bank Meeting in D-C.
Lisa Hughes has the latest from Washington.
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(( POLICE AND PROTESTORS FACED AT OTHER AT THE BARRICADES, THE CHIEF TRYING TO NEGOTIATE A DEAL SO THE CROWD WOULD MOVE BACK. OFFICERS HAD THE UPPER HAND, POISED BEHIND ARMORED VEHICLES ON HORSEBACK AND WEARING GAS MASKS. THEY AMASSED A BLOCK FROM THE IMF AND WORLD BANK HEADQUARTERS, REFUSING TO ALLOW PROTESTORS THROUGH.

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THERE WERE CLASHES. POLICE ARRRESTED DOZENS OF PEOPLE WHO BLOCKED SIDEWALKS AND STREETS.

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OFFICERS SET OFF PEPPER SPRAY AND SMOKE BOMBS. PROTESTORS CRIED FOUL.

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AT ONE POINT ACTOR TIM ROBBINS PASSED THE CROWD, LATER CALLING ON DEMONSTRATORS TO STEP UP CRITICISM OF WORLD ECONOMIC POLICY THAT HE SAYS DAMAGES THE ENVIRONMENT AND EXPLOITS POOR COUNTRIES.
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POLICE INSIST THEY DO NOT OBJECT TO PROTESTS, BUT IN THIS CASE WERE DETERMINED TO KEEP CONTROL. THEY NEGOTIATED A PEACEFUL END TO THE DAY'S LARGEST DEMONSTRAION, AGREEING TO ARREST PROTEST LEADERS WHILE THE REST OF THE CROWD DISPERSED.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Just about anyone holding stocks or mutual funds held their breath when the markets opened today, but most cheered by the time they closed.
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[Closing bell]
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After record-setting point drops on Friday, both the Dow and NASDAQ averages rebounded strongly today.
The Dow closed up more than 275 points ... about two and a half per cent.
NASDAQ did even better ... up 218, that's more than six per cent.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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And while the DOW and NASDAQ work to recover, a local company feels the fluctuation is a good thing.
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Robert Kopstein is the CEO for Optical Cable and says the rise and fall on the stock market makes investors rethink what companies they purchase stock in.
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((ROBERT KOPSTEIN/CEO OPTICAL CABLE: THE ONE THING WE NEED MORE THEN ANYTHING IS FOR MORE AND MORE PEOPLE TO KNOW WE EXIST AND THE KIND OF PRODUCT AND THE KINDS OF THINGS WE DO.))
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We'll have more on the stock market and how Friday's record drop affects investors tonight on News 7 at 6.
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Roanoke's new city manager unveils her first budget proposal. Still ahead, what it could mean for city taxpayers.
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And this overnight fire means some big-time damage ... it's in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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[5-City-Budget]


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Darlene Burcham's first budget as Roanoke City Manager will NOT include a tax rate increase.
Burcham presented her proposal this afternoon ... one she says will maintain services and bring some new initiatives.
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Joe Dashiell is at the municipal building, where Burcham briefed City Council this afternoon. Joe, what was the reaction?
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A restaurant in a Roanoke hotel was heavily damaged early this morning when an electrical motor overheated.
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The fire did 800-thousand-dollars damage to the Dynasty restaurant in the Ramada hotel on Franklin Road. Flames were confined to the kitchen and ventilation system. The night manager was the only one in the restaurant. She was treated for smoke inhalation. The hotel was not evacuated.
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[5-Census-2000]


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Starting May 1st, you can expect a knock on your door if you didn't fill out and return your 2000 census form..
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Right now, forty percent of Lynchburg's residents can expect a visit from a census worker.
City officials are pushing everyone to complete the forms.. they say millions of dollars in federal funding are riding on these numbers.
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((LARRY HOLLOWAY/CENSUS COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: IT'S TIME TO WAKE UP LYNCHBURG. YOU NEED TO KNOW WHAT THE CENSUS MEANS. IT AFFECTS EVERYONE.. THE MINORITIES, THE ELDERLY, EVERYBODY IS IMPACTED AND WE NEED THIS MONEY.))
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Holloway says Lynchburg missed out on about ten million dollars in federal money because of low numbers from the 1990 census.
Just 75 percent of those forms were turned in.
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[5-Cuban-Boy]


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The fate of Elian Gonzalez is now in the hands of justices in Atlanta.
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The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals is trying to decide a key issue in the international custody case-
The court's 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.
Protestors at the Miami home say the father, Juan Miguel is being selfish-
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((ROLANDO MILLETT/PROTESTER: YOU'RE SHAMEFUL.... IT'S CASTRO'S BOY.))
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[Vo-nat]
Juan Miguel Gonzalez says he's the only one who can speak for his son.
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A web site to help you learn how to do almost anything. That's still ahead on News 7 at 5.
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And talk about fish stories ... take a look at this catch ... 100 pounds, reeled in just several hours away.
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So you want to learn how to do something ... but don't know who to ask.
There's a place on the Internet that might help you, and it's our web site of the day.
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It's called "Learn2-dot com"... and the page features tutorials on hundreds of subjects. We found they ranged from fixing a toilet to finding a low-price hotel room.
With Easter just six days away, we looked at decorating Easter eggs.
Like the others we checked out, it seemed to be very detailed.
And with Spring here, we found a thorough lesson on planting a flower bed.
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[Take FS GFX 4781]
For a direct link to our web sites of the day, just log on to WDBJ7-dot-com.
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Frank Beamer's writing a book. The literary details are still ahead on News 7 at 5.
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And in Healthcheck, why they're smiling in Franklin County. Dental care now available at reduced rates.
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A 110-thousand dollar grant for a new health program in Franklin County has residents smiling bright. Tonya Flory explains.
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These close quarters serve as a dental clinic for the Franklin County Health Department. Dentists volunteer their time at the dental trailer every Monday.
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((DR. JAMES HARTIGAN/DENTIST: WE DO CLEANINGS, EXTRACTION, FILLINGS, SOME ROOT CANAL WORK.))
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Doctor Hartigan says the service is seriously needed in Franklin County because bad teeth can lead to problems worse than NOT chewing food properly.
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((DR. JAMES HARTIGAN/DENTIST: THERE ARE PROBLEMS THAT CAN CAUSE INFECTIONS NOT ONLY IN YOUR MOUTH BUT OTHER PARTS OF THE BODY, IT CAN SPREAD TO OTHER AREAS. IT CAN AFFECT YOUR HEART, CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH.))
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A Carilion health assessment team determined that Franklin County was lacking in the oral health department.
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((MATTHEW PERRY/FRANKLIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DIRECTOR: DENTAL SERVICES FOR CERTAIN SEGMENTS OF THE POPULATION WAS ONE OF THOSE SIGNIFICANT NEEDS SO THIS IS A REALLY GOOD PARTNERSHIP TO PROVIDE A REALLY NEEDED SERVICE.))
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The clinic is opened Mondays from 8:15 in the morning until 5:00 in the evening, but health department officials plan to expand in the future. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check.



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A Radford family is putting its hopes in a bone marrow drive scheduled for tomorrow.
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The parents of three month old Henry Moore hope the drive will provide a match for their son who's in need of a transplant.
Henry was born with Costmann's syndrome and could die before he reaches his first birthday.
The rare disease has left him without the white blood cells needed to fight infection.
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The bone marrow drive will be held tomorrow from seven AM to seven PM at Carilion New River Valley Medical Center.
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Yokohama is adding a new safety measure for workers who get hurt on the job.
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((SIREN, BEEP.))
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The rescue team at the tire plant is training on how to drive a new four thousand dollar mini-ambulance.
The vehicle is equipped with medical supplies and will be used to transport patients a lot faster.
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((JERRY HARTMAN/RESCUE SQUAD CAPT.: WE WERE CARRYING THE PEOPLE AND ROLLING THEM ON THE CART, NOW WE CAN HAUL THEM ON THE AMBULANCE AND GET THEM THERE MUCH, MUCH QUICKER. IT HELPS THE RECOVERY RATE, LESS TIME OFF WORK, LESS INJURY FOR THE INDIVIDUAL.))
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The training course is set up like the halls inside the 40 acre plant.
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[5-Mosquito-Pill]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A pill to kill mosquitos?
A researcher in Florida says such a pill is in the final stages of testing.
The pills would be thrown into canals and marshes. They are designed to keep insects from digesting, making it impossible for them to survive, no matter how much they eat.
Field trials could start this summer.

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Good afternoon folks. We're going to start the wet work week off and running in Beantown.
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A Kenyan has won the closest finish in the 104 year history of the Boston Marathon.
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Elijah Lagat (ih-LEE'-zhah lah-GAHT') came in a stride ahead of Ethopia's Gezahenge Abera.
Lagat won with a time of 2 hours, 9 minutes, 47 seconds. Kenyan Moses Tanui (tah-NOO'-ee) was third, three seconds off the winner.
Kenya has won the Boston Marathon for 10 straight years. Catherine Ndereba (dur-RAY'-buh) was the first woman to finish giving Kenya a sweep.
Ndereba's time was 2:26:11.
Jean Driscoll won the women's wheelchair title for the eighth time. Franz Nietlispach (NEET'-lihsh-pahk) of Switzerland won the men's wheelchair race for the fourth year in a row.
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Virginia Tech head football coach Frank Beamer is not only preparing for his next to last week of spring football practice this week, but he also is getting ready to do a little writing.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; ;00]

Beamer has signed to pen his autobiography with the help of Roanoke native Chris Colston. The two plan to collaborate on the book which should be available later this summer at the Virginia Tech bookstore. Beamer says he sees the book as another way to continue spreading the word about Virginia Tech and the football program. The book will also recount Beamer's early days growing up in Hillsville.
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The Roanoke Express's all time leading scorer is coming back to the Star City.
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Tim Christian is the new director of Hockey and development programs for the Ice Station. Tim, was a fan favorite in the valley, was traded to Toledo Storm late this past season. He retired from playing professional hockey at the conclusion of this season and is excited that he and his family are back in Roanoke.
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And don't forget that tonight's guest at the Roanoke Valley Sports Club is UVa head basketball coach Pete Gillen.
We'll see what he's been up to on the recruiting trial and see what he thinks about the recently completed season.
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Plus, tonight on News 7 at six, Steve Mason will introduce us to two very unlikely defensive backs, who should be in the starting lineup for UVa when the fall rolls around. Have a good night folks, Jean will be right back. [go to break]

[5-Big-Fish]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Finally, a fish story that's hard to exaggerate.
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[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC]


Just take a look at the huge catfish caught near Charlotte last week .. all 100 and a half pounds.
The blue catfish was reeled in on Lake Merion in South Carolina.
You may remember conditions were fairly cold for much of last week, but we don't know if that played a role, or whether it was just plain good luck.
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[Anchor=Jean] And for people really into fishing, we can tell you that the catfish was brought in with a 60 pound t

est line.
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