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Coming up next.

A call to the Governor to execute justice, NOT people, today at the State Capitol in Richmond.
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And, a long-time Roanoke city councilman is laid to rest today.
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In sports, The Hokies wrapped up spring practice today in Blacksburg with the annual Maroon and White game.
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And the Miami Heat pulls out the broom on the Detroit Pistons in the N-B-A's Eastern Conference Playoffs.
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It was a dreary Saturday afternoon for most folks-- with rain messing with outdoor plans in a big way.
The good news? A gorgeous Sunday is on tap. Details straight ahead. [open]
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((MAYOR BOWERS: HE TOUCHED OUR LIVES, HE TOUCHED US AS A COMMUNITY AND HE TOUCHED A LOT OF US PERSONALLY AS WELL.))
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Dozens gathered to pay their final respect to Roanoke City Councilman Jim Trout.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



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Funeral services were held this morning at First Baptist Church in Roanoke.
Trout served Roanoke City for five decades -- and today the community came to say good bye.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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((A somber day in Roanoke, as dozens came out to mourn the loss of one of the city's long time leaders -- Councilman Jim Trout.
A man who served on city council for thirty years -- and a man many say was committed to his community.
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((CONGRESSMAN BOB GOODLATTE: WHAT I'LL REMEMBER MOST ABOUT JIM IS HOW HE LOVED THE CITY, THE PEOPLE OF ROANOKE AND THE CITY OF ROANOKE. HE GAVE HIS ALL TO THE CITY FIVE DECADES OF PUBLIC SERVICE.))
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((MAYOR BOWERS: HE WAS JUST FULL OF LIFE. HE WAS SO FULL OF FIGHTING FOR THINGS HE BELIEVED IN FIGHTING FOR WHAT HE LOVED. HE LOVED THE PEOPLE OF ROANOKE. HE LOVED PROGRESS FOR ROANOKE))
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Trout died Tuesday night -- after doctors were unable to repair his heart.
One of Trout's fellow council members -- says she will always remember one thing about him.
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((LINDA WYATT/COUNCIL MEMBER: THINK OF ANY SUBJECT ABOUT ROANOKE AND JIM TROUT WILL GO, OH I HAVE SOMETHING IN MY FILES ABOUT IT AND SURE ENOUGH. THE NEXT TIME YOU SAW HIM. HE WOULD PAPER ARTICLES OR SOMETHING))
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And many say Trout was a fighter -- he never gave-up and that's why he was running for re-election. He was running as an independent even though he was not chosen as one of the party's nominees.
But on Tuesday he fought his last battle -- and although he will never serve the City of Roanoke again -- many say his dedication to the Star City will never be forgotten.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))











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Illinois did it.
Other states are studying it.
Today, a rally at the State Capitol drew about a hundred people, asking the Governor for a moratorium on all executions, until the death penalty's fairness can be ensured.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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They marched around Capitol Square... ending eventually at the Governor's mansion, where they laid roses for their loved ones.
Some have children on death row.
Some have had their loved ones killed by men on death row.
They unite on principle.
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(( MY OLDEST SON BRANDON HEDRICK'S ON DEATH ROW HERE IN VIRGINIA.))
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Linwood Briley killed Nancy Gowan's mother in Richmond in 1979.
But a week before his scheduled execution, thou shalt not kill became her mantra.
Gowan says she finally realized:
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((NANCY GOWAN: THE MEN ON THE ROW, THAT THEIR FAMILIES ... WOULD SHARE SIMILAR PAINS TO WHAT WE WERE FEELING.))
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Shermaine Johnson's grandmother saw her grandson be sent to Virginia's death row at age 16, after his mother died and she couldn't keep him in line.
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((VIRGINIA DANCY/GRANDMOTHER OF DEATH ROW INMATE: I MUST HAVE WENT TO COURT 50 TIMES... HE NEED TO HAVE SOME KIND OF HELP.))
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Now, the father of Johnson's victim has joined the cause-- asking that his daughter Hope's convicted killer be spared.
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((KENNETH HALL: I'M AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY. IS KILLING SOMEONE THAT KILLED HOPE GONNA BRING HOPE BACK. NO.))
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Their voices may have been heard.
But Governor Jim Gilmore's been a staunch defender of the fairness of the appeals process-- despite Virginia's toughest in the nation laws, courts, and procedures.
An A-C-L-U report last week alleged flaws in the system... but acknowledged it could NOT find that Virginia's actually executed an innocent man.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))





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A same sex couple may bring some controversy to tonight's prom at Floyd County High School.
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Tonight's prom theme is "Sweet Dreams"...
But some county residents are calling the attendance of 17-year-old Tiffany Lapine (La-PEEN) and her girlfriend a nightmare.
Floyd County Supervisor Fred Gerald says he's heard from many outraged citizens.
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((FRED GERALD: THIS IS NOT CALIFORNIA, THIS IS FLOYD COUNTY. I BELIEVE THAT IF WE LET THIS GO BY, THIS WILL OPEN UP OTHER THINGS FOR PEOPLE OF THE SAME SEX ... MAYBE A GAY DAY AT SCHOOL OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. AND I'M SURE THE FLOYD COUNTY CITIZENS AND I MYSELF DON'T WANT TO SEE THAT HAPPEN HERE IN FLOYD COUNTY.))
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Gerald says the school board should have taken a "moral stand."
Last month, the school board agreed to admit the couple after the A-C-L-U warned that barring them would be illegal discrimination.
Many of the school's students say they don't expect the same-sex couple to have a noticeable impact on their prom.
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We'll have more on this story tonight on News 7 at 11.


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Hundreds of General Electric workers rallied in Salem this afternoon.
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They're hoping to send a message to the company that they want job security and a better retirement plan in their new contract.
Their current three year contract expires June 25th -- and negotiations for the new contract will start at the end of May.
Union officials say they are starting to organize rallies like this one across the country-- to let the company know they mean business.
They want G-E to keep jobs in the U-S.
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((EDWARD FIRE/INTL. UNION ELECTRONIC WORKERS PRES: WHAT GE HAS BEEN DOING IN RECENT YEARS THEY HAVE ENGAGED IN GLOBALIZATION. THEY ARE MOVING JOBS LITERALLY ALL AROUND THE WORLD TRYING TO FIND THE LOWEST WAGES AND THE LOWEST BENEFITS))
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Union officials say over the past 15 years 150-thousand good paying skilled jobs have disappeared from the U-S.
And in 19-99 alone-- G-E bought 134 companies around the world.
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Today was the deadline for Roanoke residents planning to vote using an absentee ballot.
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The deadline was five pm today.
There are four spots up for grabs in the May second Roanoke election.
One for Mayor and three for city council.
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Still ahead on the broadcast, If you're looking to attend William and Mary next year you could be digging deeper into your pocket.
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And find out how rain may be hurting Virginia's trout population. The story after the break.
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If you're planning to attend William and Mary next year it's going to cost a little bit more.
The Board of Visitors has approved fee increases that will cost "out of state" undergraduates an extra 7-hundred dollars.
"In state" undergrads can expect to pay an additional 277 dollars.
In state tuition did not increase but activities and room and board increased from three to five percent.





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Hundreds of volunteers have been fanning out across Virginia this week, hoping to determine whether acid rain has been damaging the state's trout streams.
Steve Smallshaw has the story.
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(( Ordinarily, the patter of a light rainfall can make for a picturesque scene on a cool spring day.
But scientists say each drop carries with it pollution.. and years of acid rain have taken their toll on many of Virginia's streams.
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This week, more than 200 volunteers are taking samples from 344 streams and waterways in central and southwest Virginia.
Their goal: to determine whether the waters can still support a healthy trout population.
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((JAMIE /TROUT UNLIMITED VOLUNTEER: THESE TESTS REALLY HELP US FIND OUT HOW GOOD THE WATER IS AND IF THERE'S GOING TO BE FISH FOR OUR KIDS AND FOR OUR GRANDKIDS.))
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[Standup 22:16:58] ((Many of these streams haven't been tested since 1987, when 6 percent of them were found to be chronically acidic.. meaning they could no longer support a brook trout population. Officials hope this week's testing will show whether the 1990 Clean Air Act is having a positive effect on reducing acid rain.))
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The results will be critical, not only to environmentalists but the state's anglers..many of whom are volunteering to do the sampling.
Blane Chocklett owns a fly shop in Roanoke.. without a healthy amount of trout in the streams, he could be out of business.
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((BLANE CHOCKLETT/TROUT UNLIMITED VOLUNTEER: NOT ONLY IS THIS MY PASSION, IT'S ALSO MY BUSINESS. SO IF THIS GOES SO DOES MY BUSINESS AND SO DOES MY LIFE'S PASSION, SO I NEED TO TRY AND HELP AS MUCH AS I CAN.))
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The results should be available later this year.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Botetourt County.))


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President Clinton made a stop in Virginia today. But, you might say, business wasn't his objective.
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Plus a local winner in last night's Big Game jackpot. Find out just how much was pocketed when we come back.
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The "Big Game" jackpot is still growing.
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No one hit last nights 110 million dollar jackpot, and lottery officials are estimating Tuesdays drawing to be worth 140-million-dollars.
But a Danville resident was one of seventeen people who matched five of the six winning numbers and walked away with 150-thousand dollars.
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Virginia Explore Park was the place be today -- for local girl scouts.
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Around 350 girls came out for the first ever Girl Scouts Day at the Park.
It was chance for the scouts to enjoy the outdoors and learn more about nature and history.
There were nature hikes, story telling sessions, and even a few games.
Park officials say this is a good way to help local scouts earn their badges.
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((RICH LOVELAND/VIRGINIA EXPLORE PARK: WE JUST DECIDED TO UNDERSTAND THEIR NEEDS AND CREATE PROGRAM THAT ADDRESS THEIR BADGE REQUIREMENT FOR RECREATIONAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND HISTORICAL PROGRAMS AND WE'VE OFFERED THEM A LITTLE BIT OF EACH))

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And many of the girl scouts say they learned a lot today.
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(( HARLEE SOVA/BROWNIE: I LEARNED WHAT THE NAMES ARE ABOUT THE TREES AND I LEARNED ABOUT SOME OF THE PLANTS))
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Girl Scout day is something Explore Park officials say they plan to continue for years to come.
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President Clinton got in a few rounds of golf at the Army Navy Club in Arlington, today.
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The president was joined by a few friends.
Earlier, he used his weekly radio address to drive home the issue of American health care.
He said it's too important to be sidetracked by partisan politics and called on the Republican led Congress to step to the challenge.
He then asked lawmakers to make passage of health care measures a "top priority" when they return next week from a recess.
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And coming up in sports, The Heat beats the Pistons today Tech's spring football practice ended today at lane Stadium.
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And we'll check in with scores and highlights from Major League Baseball.
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The Virginia Tech football team wrapped up the spring football season today. Steve Mason and photographer Greg Moore have the highlights from Blacksburg.
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The Miami Heat advanced to the Eastern Conference semi finals sweeping Detroit 91 to 72.
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Alonzo Moruning getting set to tip it off.
The Pistons go to the boards with Brian Williams on the follow up jam of the Michael Curry miss giving the Pistons the early lead.
But Clarence Witherspoon led the Heat in the second half here he scores two of his team high 18 points.
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The Heat gets defensive on this play Otis Thrope blocks the shot to start tthe break Jamal Mashburn then gets it to Dan Marjele for the layup and the Heat wins it 91 to 72.
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Baltimore's Mike Mussina picked up his first win of the season as the Orioles beat the Texas Rangers 3 to 1.
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Brady Anderson getting an invitation to the prom.
The Orioles would get on the board in the second. Cal Ripken hits a shot down the first base side of the field scoring Albert Belle from second to make it 1 to nothing Orioles.
[SUPER=35-Baltimore/3/Texas/1/;]


Mussina pitched a complete game nine hitter upping his record to 1 and 2 as the Orioles beat the Rangers 3 to 1.


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Several afternoon games in the Majors this Saturday lets check those scores.
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Only Roanoke R-F-C stood in the way of an undefeated season for the Blackwater Rugby men.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Blackwater RFC vs. Roanoke RFC;]


The arch rivals met at Highland Park in Roanoke.
For Lynchburg's Blackwater RFC this was the last game of the spring season. A win would up Blackwater's record to nine and oh.
If Roanoke could play the spoiler it would brighten a losing season.
But two quick scores gave the visitors the lead at half time. And Blackwater goes on to beat Roanoke 17-to-3.
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The Roanoke Steam has one more road game before returning home for the season opener.
The Steam travels to Birmingham for a game tonightt.
Roanoke is 0 and 2 so far this season.

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