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Coming up next on News7 at Six...
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An early morning raid in Miami leads to a reunion in Washington D.C., as federal agents return Elian Gonzalez to his father.
But Cuban- Americans in Florida and here in Roanoke are outraged by the government's actions.
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A big brawl in Chicago, Andy Houston picks up his first truck road win and the
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NBA Playoffs begin. Higlights of today's games and insights from 76er Allen Iverson.
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Elian Gonzalez has been reunited with his father after a surprise raid on the Miami home where he'd been staying.

[Take Double Boxes= Steve/Terisa]

Terisa Estacio is live in Miami tonight with the latest.
[Full=Terisa]



[SUPER=01-Terisa Estacio/Reporting]

ad lib..
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[SUPER=01-Donato Darlymple/Fisherman]
[SUPER=01-Marisleysis Gonzalez/Cousin]
[SUPER=01-Terisa Estacio/Reporting]
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(LOCATOR: MIAMI, 5AM)


THE RAID CAME WITHOUT WARNING AT ABOUT 5AM. EIGHT FEDERAL AGENTS WITH GUNS ENTERED THE HOME. MORE STOOD WATCH OUTSIDE AS A FEMALE, SPANISH-SPEAKING AGENT CARRIED ELIAN GONZALEZ OUT OF THE HOUSE AND INTO A WAITING MINI VAN. AN AP PHOTOGRAPHER, INVITED INTO THE HOME BY THE FAMILY, CAPTURED THESE PICTURES OF THE TERRIFIED BOY IN THE ARMS OF FISHERMAN DONATO DALRYMPLE, WHO FOUND THE BOY IN THE OCEAN FIVE MONTHS AGO.

(SOT, DONATO DALRYMPLE, FISHERMAN, "he was saying que pasa, que pasa,

crying, etc.")

(SOT, MARISLEYSIS GONZALEZ, COUSIN, showing damage done to inside home.)


And they are not alone IN their outrage. Here in Little Havana, news traveled fast. THE STREETS FILLED QUICKLY WITH ANGRY PROTESTORS AND PERSISTED THROUGHOUT THE DAY. Crowds blocked streets. SEVERAL SMALL FIRES WERE SET. Police in protective gear sprayed pepper spray. Many call the governments pre-dawn action an abusE OF power.

(SOT WITH PERSON ON STREET)


After BEING HELICOPTERED OUT OF MIAMI, ELIAN WAS EXAMINED BY A DOCTOR, then it was off to Washington. These pictures show A SMILING ELIAN, reunited with his father at Andrews Airforce Base.

(SOT, PRESIDENT CLINTON, I SUPPORTED THIS, RIGHT THING TO DO, ETC.)



(take Terisa Estacio. Here in Little Havana, distraught Cuban Americans

continue to express their anger.. marching with signs like this one. They believe the Great Uncle and Marisleysis have the right to see Elain and make sure he is alright. No word if that will take place. )) )
[Live Full= Terisa]



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Some Cuban Americans in Roanoke say while they are not in Miami protesting, they also are outraged and saddened by the turn of events involving Elian Gonzalez.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(( Raul Castano has been glued to the television for hours --watching the fate of Elian Gonzalez unfold before his eyes.
He says its hard not to break down and cry.
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((RAUL CASTANO: I ALMOST FEEL LIKE CRYING LIKE A BABY. I CAN'T BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED YOU KNOW))
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He says pictures of Elian being taking away by I-N-S officials are hard to watch.
He feels it shouldn't have ended like this -- that Elian's father and his Miami relatives should've been given more time to work things out.
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((AMERICAN PEOPLE DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT HAPPENED BUT WE ARE CUBAN WE KNOW WHAT HAPPENED))
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Castano says Americans don't understand what life will be like for Elian in Cuba.
He says Elian will have no future -- and only someone who has risked his life traveling on a man-made raft across the Atlantic Ocean to freedom -- can understand why Cuban Americans across the country are so outraged.
[nat sot on phone]
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Castano has been talking with friends in Miami -- who say the streets are blocked off -- and that everyone is in an uproar.
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((FOR THE NEXT TWO TO THREE WEEKS THE PEOPLE ARE GOING TO PROTEST ALL DAY. THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE IN THE STREETS AND BUSINESSES IN MIAMI ARE CLOSED))
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Castano says there is a bright future in the U-S for Elian -- one he will never experience if sent back to Cuba.. because, he says, America is the land of opportunity.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))












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Rescue teams have found the wreckage of a plane that crashed yesterday around noon in southwestern Virginia, and there are no survivors.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN GRAPHIC] Officials found the small plane in the vicinity of High Knob which is about five miles south of Norton. Officials say the plane's occupants included the pilot, his daughter and son -in- law and two grandchildren -- all were from Tennessee. Their names are being withheld until relatives are notified.
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Air patrol says the single-engine Mooney 20-G aircraft was en route from Nashville to Roanoke yesterday when it vanished from radar. Bad weather kept rescue crews from searching for the plane by air -- however ground teams were able to find the crash site this afternoon. So far there's no word on the cause of the crash -- the National Transportation Safety Board will be investigating.


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Write-in Vinton Mayoral Candidate Andy Nicely has until Monday to prove his home is located in Vinton -- otherwise he won't be allowed to run for office.
That's the word form Roanoke County Election officials.
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Nicely says while his home is located in Roanoke City, 2 out of 5 acres of his property are in Vinton.
He says he's registered to vote in Vinton and for the past six years he's paid Vinton and Roanoke County property taxes.
But election officials say that doesn't matter.
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((AS FAR A WE CAN SEE .. WHOEVER LIVES IN THAT HOUSE NEEDS TO VOTE IN ROANOKE CITY))
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Nicely says he's continuing to campaign -- and if things don't work out this election -- he will run again.
He's says he's already working to get his Roanoke property annexed to Vinton and Roanoke County.
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A Roanoke city councilman remains hospitalized after undergoing heart surgery earlier this week.
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Jim Trout was hospitalized Monday after doctors found a tear in his aorta.
He's still listed in serious condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Trout is seeking re- election as an independent this year after the Democrats failed to renominate him.
His campaign manager says Trout will continue his campaign and is healthy enough to serve another term.
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Still to come on News 7,
Hundreds of kids got a jump on the Easter bunny today in Roanoke.
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And the importance of honoring Mother Earth. See why folks came to the Explore Park to learn more about a natural way of life when we return.
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Charges are pending against two Franklin County hunters who went out looking for turkeys but ended up shooting each other yesterday.
Police say Danny Lea and Ray Durham were hunting near Philpott Dam when Lea fired at what he thought was a turkey.
The shot hit Durham in the upper body and head.. Durham then turned around and shot Lea in the back.
Both men were treated and released.



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Over 500 people turned out to the Explore Park in Roanoke today to celebrate Earth Day.
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In addition to music and crafts, there were booths set up through out the park with information about the importance of Earth Day. Organizers of the event say it's important for people to remember to protect the environment everyday.
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((BILL MODICA/EARTH DAY COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: WE ARE TRYING TO ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO BE MORE AWARE ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT AND TO TAKE NOTICE OF WHAT'S GOING ON AROUND THEM.))
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This is the 30-th year Earth Day has been celebrated across the country.
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50-thousand Easter eggs were up for grabs at Victory Stadium this afternoon ...
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as hundreds of kids came out eager to fill their baskets -- and collect all the eggs they could before others snatched them up.
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((Going to get Easter eggs in there))
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There was also separate hunt for kids with special needs.
Inside each egg was candy and a bible verse -- to spread the message of Jesus.
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((IT'S TO BLESS THE COMMUNITY ... THIS IS OUR WAY OF SAYING THANKS))
[SUPER=01-Lisa Scott/Christian Life Ministries]
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This is the second year Sunday School on Wheels has held an Easter Egg Hunt.
Next year they plan to have 100-thousand eggs.
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[ANCHOR=Steve]
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Up Next on News 7...
We'll visit the home of a former president.
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And see how his plantation keeps his memory alive and gives you a glimpse into his life. The story when we return.
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[Ash-Lawn-Highland]


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He's not nearly as famous as his next- door neighbor, but many people still find their way to the doorstep of our fifth President James Monroe.
Monroe's home-- Ashlawn- Highland-- is just few miles from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Charlottesville.
In this week's "Time Off", Kimberly McBroom takes us on a tour of the Monroe estate and an inside look into his life.
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(( This 535- acre estate still has the atmosphere of a working plantation...
But these days it's tourists, not slaves, who walk across the property known as Ash- Lawn Highland.
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[SOT 12:31:04]

((JAMES WOOTTON/CURATOR: MONROE CALLED THIS PLANTATION HIGHLAND. AND SUBSEQUENTLY, IT WAS CALLED ASH LAWN AND SO TODAY, WE USE BOTH NAMES TO RECOGNIZE THE 19TH CENTURY HISTORY, AS WELL AS MONROE'S OWN HISTORY.))
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James Monroe bought the property in 17-93.
He and his wife didn't move into the home until 17-99-- and for the next quarter century, it was their private residence throughout Monroe's political career.
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[SOT 11:47:44]

((JAMES WOOTTON/CURATOR: EVERYTHING THAT YOU SEE OF THE WHITE PORTION OF THE HOUSE TODAY WAS THE ORIGINAL JAMES MONROE HOME. AROUND 1840 THERE WAS A FIRE IN THE EASTERN WING OF THE HOME-- A PART THAT'S TO MY LEFT. AS A RESULT OF THAT FIRE, THE HOME WAS DAMAGED-- AND IN THE 1880S WAS RE-BUILT AS THE YELLOW HOUSE THAT WE SEE TODAY.))
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Monroe held more major offices than any other President.
And although the Monroe Doctrine was the foundation of America's foreign policy, James Monroe never reached the historic status of neighbor and mentor, Thomas Jefferson.
But it was this proximity of this property to Monticello that prompted Monroe to make it his home.
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: AS YOU CAN SEEK, MONROE'S HOME WAS MUCH MORE MODEST THAN THOMAS JEFFERSON'S NEARBY MANSION, MONTICELLO. THE TWO WERE FREQUENT VISITORS TO EACH OTHER'S HOMES BY WAY OF A FARM ROAD CONNECTING THE TWO PROPERTIES.))
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Ash-Lawn Highland was considered a middle class farmhouse, and it's that image that perhaps makes it more comfortable for visitors.
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((JAMES WOOTTON/CURATOR: ASH LAWN HIGHLAND, ON THE OTHER HAND BEING THE MORE INTIMATE SCALE, MORE COMFORTABLE SCALE, SURPRISES ME SOMETIMES WHEN I HEAR PEOPLE SAY, "GOSH, THIS IS JUST LIKE SOMEBODY'S HOUSE. I COULD IMAGINE LIVING IN THIS HOME.))
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The smokehouse and guest quarters are also original structures...
And this white oak tree has stood the test of time...it was standing when Monroe lived here.
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((JAMES WOOTTON/CURATOR: THE ONE RE- CONSTRUCTED OUTBUILDING HERE, IS THE SLAVE QUARTERS. THE QUARTER WAS USED BY THE HOUSE SERVANTS, THE PEOPLE WHO HAD THE MOST IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO THE MONROES, AS WELL AS THOSE WHO WERE THE MOST READILY SEEN BY VISITORS TO THE MONROES.))
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Visitors who come out to Ash- Lawn Highland are offered more than a glimpse into the former President's life.... a variety of annual events keeps the plantation lively.
The next big one is the Summer Performing Arts Festival, coming up in mid- June.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Charlottesville.))
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For directions to Ash-Lawn Highland, simply click on our web site at W-D-B-J-7.COM.
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In sports, the NBA playoffs get underway today, we'll hear from Allen Iverson.
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And Andy Houston picks up his first career road win at the Portland International Raceway.
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Miami has taken a one nothing advantage in its opening series of the NBA Playoffs.
The Heat beat Detroit 95-85 without the services of point guard Tim Hardaway, who didn't even dress due to a sore foot.
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[SUPER=03-Miami, FL/NBA Sports;]


Jerry Stackhouse kept the Pistons in the game late. Stackhouse makes the move to the hoop, the spin in the paint for the points.
Jamal Mashburn stepped up to fill the void left by Haraway's absence. Mashburn cans this three and scores 29 this afternoon.
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Anthony Carter started at point for Miami and finds Alzono Mourning and the Heat wins game one 95 to 85.
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Phoenix traveled to San Antonio for game one of its series. Phoenix survived 72 to 70.

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The redhot Charlotte Hornets host the Philadelphia 76ers in game one of their best of five battle in the East.
It's a game of local interest to many NBA fans.
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George Lynch will be back in Charlotte tonight looking to continue his tremendouse season, but if the Sixers are to win game one they will need a big night from Allen Iverson. The Sixers' big gun has an inflamed elbow, a hurt toe and a sore side. He plans to play tonight - but it won't be to silence his critics.
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Seven games on the schedule in the American League. Toronto ended the Yankees eight game winning streak last night.
New York tried to turn that score around this afternoon.
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But this afternoon's score mirrored last night's as Toronto's Tony Batista blasts a two run shot to left field and the Jays take a five-nothing lead in the first inning.
Yankee pitcher David Cone gave up three homeruns, two in the first including one
[super=35-New York/2/Toronto/8;]

to Jose Cruz and then Cruz gets this one his second of the day in the fourth.
The Blue Jays take two in a row from New York beating the Yankees eight to two.
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Elsewhere it was Chicago beating Detroit 14 to six.

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A bench clearing brawl in Chicago. Five players were ejected.
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In the sixth inning, Detroit starter Jeff Weaver hit Carlos Lee with a pitch.
In the seventh starter Jim Parque hit leadoff batter Dean Palmer in the arm. Palmer rushed the mound and threw his batting helmet at Parque. Punches were thrown by players and coaches.
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In the Nationals league the Dodgers were looking for their third win in four tries and the Reds are without the services of Barry Larkin. Larkin tore ligaments in his left hand hand last night, had surgery and is out for two to four weeks.
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Cincinnati had to play catchup from the beginning, Michael Tucker ties it up at one with this solo shot to leftfield in the first inning.
The rest of the afternoon was all L-A, Eric Karros adds to the Dodger advantage with a three run homer in the fifth and its seven-one Los Angeles.
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The Dodgers hit four homeruns on the afternoon and Los Angeles hammers the Reds 16 to two.
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The Mets beat the Cubs 8 to 3 in game one ----. Game two is ---.


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The Craftsman Truck Series were at the Portland Internation Raceway for Easter Weekend for the Line X 225.
Andy Houston picked up the win at the 12 turn 1.944 mile course.
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It looked like Craftsman points leader Mike Wallace would take the checkered flag. Wallace had the lead with six laps to go when he loses control of his number two ASE Ford and drops back to the fourth position.
Dennis Setzer assumes the top spot for the next four and a half laps, but he's followed closely by Andy Houston. When the white flag comes out Houston makes his move and edges out Setzer. Houston gets his second win of the season at the Line X 225. Setzer is second followed by Jack Sprague, Wallace and Rick Crawford.
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Hal Sutton is still a top the leader board of the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic.
In the third round Sutton is 12 under, he's followed by Andrew Magee who's 10 under and Omar Uresti is third but making a charge with five birdies today
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