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Coming up....... After all the same-sex controversy, prom night arrives in Floyd County.
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Roanoke City Councilman Jim Trout is laid to rest.
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It's Sunday April 30-th And Welcome to New-7 Sunday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
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State police say charges are pending against one of two drivers involved in an accident on Interstate 81 this morning. It started when one driver got out to stretch his legs .. and ended with northbound lanes closed for a while between Salem and Glenvar.
As the first car was pulled over, off the highway, a second ran into it.
Police say 19 year old Jeremiah Chamberlain was at the wheel of that second car. Charges are pending against Chamberlain, who is under treatment at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

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There may have been plenty of controversy before the prom, but from all indications, it did not lead to any problems last night at Floyd County High School.
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Security was tight at the school as students came out for the dance.
Authorities were on hand to make sure there were not any problems in light of the recent controversy over Tiffany Lapine (La-PEEN) bringing her girlfriend to the prom.
Some students who did not attend the prom say many students had different opinions about the two females.
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((DEAN MURRAY/HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: WHAT WAS THE RUMOR AROUND THE HALL WAYS, THEY WERE JUST SAYING BAD THINGS LIKE THAT IS JUST NASTY AND ALL. BUT THEY ARE JUST NOT USED TO IT.))
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Both students agree the situation did not stop people from going to the prom.

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Roanoke city councilman Jim Trout has been laid to rest.
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A funeral service at the First Baptist Church in Roanoke yesterday remembered his life.
And there was a lot to remember. Trout had served on Roanoke City Council off and on since 1968.
He died Tuesday night -- after doctors were unable to repair his heart.
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Hundreds of General Electric workers are hoping to send a message to the company.
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They're rallying in Salem and other cities for job security and a more generous retirement plan in their next contract.
Their current contract expires June 25th -- and negotiations for the new one 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 GE jobs have disappeared from the U-S.
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In sports, one day after Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point basketball sold for 551-thousand dollars, Charles White's 1979 Heisman Trophy goes for 184-thousand and George Foreman's heavyweight championship belt fetches 46-thousand.
Other prices paid included 58-thousand for Roger Maris' 1961 home uniform; 62-thousand for a Ty Cobb glove; and 35-thousand for Ferguson Jenkins' Cy Young Award.
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A mammogram card for Mother's Days. That's still ahead on News 7 Sunday Morning....
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And the "current" power line controversy is hardly the first. Virginia Newsreel remembers another.
But first, the lottery numbers from last night
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The Roanoke Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross is getting high school students ready for prom and residents check their vital signs to see just how well the quality of life is in western Virginia. Tonya Flory has more in this week's health check report.
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Prom season is prompting area high schools to stop drinking and driving on prom night. Cave Spring High School students and the Red Cross staged a mock accident to drive home the message.
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((AMY WHITTAKER/AMERICAN RED CROSS: WE'VE BEEN DOING MOCK ALCOHOL DISASTERS FOR 11 YEARS NOW AND SINCE THEN WE HAVE NOT HAD A DRINKING AND DRIVING ACCIDENT ON PROM NIGHT FOLLOWING A MOCK ALCOHOL DISASTER PRESENTATION, SO THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.))
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Every school in Roanoke County except Salem High School participate in the mock alcohol disaster.
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((MEG DAVIES/JUNIOR: I HOPE THAT IT HAD A STRONG IMPACT ON A LOT OF MY FRIENDS I HOPE IF THIS JUST SAVES ONE LIFE IT WAS DEFINITELY WORTH THE TIME AND EFFORT.)) Students wrote essays on the impact the mock disasters had on them. A winner will be selected May 12 to receive a one thousand dollars reward. [Health-Cards] Mother's Day falls on the same day as the Cave Spring Prom this year. And the American Cancer Society is giving away free Mother's Day card reminding women about the importance of getting a mammogram.The cards are available at the downtown office and at the Kroger Pharmacy. Father's Day cards with a message about prostate cancer will be given out next month. [Vital-Signs] Western Virginia communities are having their vital signs checked. And the survey says residents are in pretty good shape.
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((ROBERT MANETTA/VITAL SIGNS PROJECT: THIS IS SORT OF GOOD TIMES, THERE'S A LOT OF ENERGY WITHIN THE REGIONAL RIGHT NOW, HOWEVER THERE'S A LOT OF ISSUES.))
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The survey covers quality of life issues including what people think of government, business, the economy, the environment and health.
The Vital Signs respondents are 56 percent male, 44 percent female, mostly white, married, homeowners with one job. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check.))

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The State Corporation Commission begins hearings this week concerning a new high-voltage power line American Electric Power wants to put up in Southwest Virginia.
AEP's claim that it wants to bring power to the people has sparked plenty of protest... just like it did more than 20 years ago.
Keith Humphry looks back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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It was the summer of 1984.
Many people in Southwest Virginia didn't like what they were hearing.
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A 765-THOUSAND volt power line was being built.
For Appalachian Power - this picture had been a decade in the making.
The company said it was responding to growing demand in Martinsville and Danville, when it asked the S-C-C for permission in 1974 to put up the new high-voltage line. [from 98-32 TC 28:15 -- map]
It would run from Jackson's Ferry in Wythe County, through Carroll, Floyd and Franklin Counties, and would end at Axton in Henry County.
The S-C-C approved the proposal in 1979. [from S-120, TC 08:26 show meeting and Blatter speaking]
But in 1980 - before federal agencies had signed off on the plan - some Southwest Virginia citizens were still expressing their opposition.
The Chairman of the Citizens for Preservation of Floyd County questioned APCO's judgment.
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He also accused APCO of using heavy-handed tactics - and pitting citizens against one another - to gain public support for the power line.
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Despite the opposition of many Southwest Virginians - the proposal was ultimately approved.
The line went up where it stands today.
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Opponents have had to learn to live with crackling 765-kilovolt line.
And there could be another one in the near future - if A-E-P has its way. [from 00-08 33:40 - map shots - please make sure map route corresponds with audio]
The new line would begin in Wyoming, West Virginia. AEP would like it to end at the Cloverdale substation near Roanoke.
But the S-C-C likes APCO alternative proposal ...one that's cheaper and less harmful to the environment. It would end at the Jacksons Ferry Substation.
There is plenty of opposition to either route. [More VO of Power Line here, from either/or S-253 and 98-32] And the people who led the fight against the power line two decades ago say, in hindsight, theirs was not a losing battle. [vo of Bradburn walk shot (98-32 TC 28:09) if not enough power line cover]
They say that what they did in the 1970s and 80s could have an impact on the current, very familiar, power struggle.

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Opponents - and supporters - of the proposed power line are expected in the state capital [from 99-9 1:31:58] tomorrow as the S-C-C begins evidentiary hearings.
I'm Keith Humphry. That's Virginia Newsreel.))

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In sports, baseball and basketball top Roy Stanley's first report this morning.
Here he is with the highlights.
Good morning Roy.
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Lennox Lewis needed only two rounds to finish off previously undefeated Michael Grant last night.
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Lewis floored Grant three times in the first round of the bout at Madison Square Garden.
The end came when Lewis delivered a tremendous right uppercut that dropped the 250-pound Grant late in the second round.
Lewis retains his W-B-C and I-B-F heavyweight titles. He's 36-and-1 with 28 knockouts.
This was Grant's first loss in 32 fights.
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Back in our area, Roanoke R-F-C tried to spoil an undefeated season for the Blackwater Rugby men.
The arch rivals met at Highland Park in Roanoke yesterday.
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.
A win for Roanoke 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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Vietnam celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of Saigon today, but residents were also looking to the future and a way to end the country's economic woes.
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An estimated 20-thousand people gathered at Reunification Palace.
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A day of demonstrations in Miami, Florida, both for and against the U.S. government's actions in the Elian Gonzalez case.
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Many Cuban-Americans marched through Little Havana, still angry over federal agents seizing Elian Gonzalez one week ago,
Organizers wanted yesterday's demonstration to send a strong peaceful message.
Meanwhile, about a thousand demonstrators took to the streets IN SUPPORT of Janet Reno and the INS.
Carrying American and Confederate flags, the protestors lined the sidewalks of Dade-County.
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Gay couples exchange wedding vows on the nation's capitol.
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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It's (time) on Sunday April 30-th Welcome back to News-7 Sunday morning.
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State police say charges are pending against one of two drivers involved in an accident on Interstate 81 this morning. It started when one driver got out to stretch his legs .. and ended with northbound lanes closed for a while between Salem and Glenvar.
As the first car was pulled over, off the highway, a second ran into it.
Police say 19 year old Jeremiah Chamberlain of Christiansburg was at the wheel of that second car. Charges are pending against Chamberlain, who is under treatment at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

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There was plenty of controversy ahead of time over a same-sex couple, but from all indications, all was quiet at the Floyd County High School prom last night.
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Security was tight at the school as students came out for the dance.
Authorities were on hand to make sure there were not any problems in light of the recent controversy over Tiffany Lapine (La-PEEN) bringing her girlfriend to the prom.
Students we spoke to say the situation did not stop people from going to the prom.
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Gay rights activists will conduct their fourth annual civil rights march in Washington today. They're calling it the "Millennium March" for equal rights.
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Organizers conducted a mass same-sex marriage ceremony yesterday between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.
Anti-gay activists were to demonstrate against what they regard as an immoral act.
Religious activists also joined in the protest against homosexuality.
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The governor of Illinois had 13 good reasons to announce a moratorium on executions in his state.
Those reasons: 13 death row inmates were found to be wrongly convicted.
Mike Wallace talks with Governor George Ryan - and nine of the exonerated inmates tonight on 60 Minutes.
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Why spy?
Still ahead, call it a spy store, and it opens near Lynchburg.
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And this woman is spinning her wheels. We'll have her inspirational story after the break.
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If you've ever dreamed of being an international spy or a double agent, a Lynchburg man has all the tools you need.
In this week's "Virginia Profile", Steve Smallshaw takes us inside the high- tech world of private investigations.

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(( Its location in Forest is almost as surreptitious as the products it sells.. tucked away inside this small strip of offices is central Virginia's answer to James Bond.
Beepers that spray mace, telephone bugs and tracking devices.. they all can be found at Spook Tech, the area's first and only spy shop.
Walk in the front door and even those behind the camera will eventually find themselves in front of one.
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((THERE ARE A LOT OF DIFFERENT DEVICES THAT CAN CONTAIN A CAMERA.. IT CAN BE A CLOCK OR IT COULD BE A PICTURE,IT COULD BE AN EXIT SIGN.. THERE'S JUST A LOT OF DIFFERENT THINGS..))
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Ken Frederick is a former police officer who became a private investigator four years ago.
After purchasing equipment from Spook Tech, he decided to become one of its dealers.. now Frederick owns one of just six Spook Tech spy shops that have opened up across the country. [Standup ] ((But Lynchburg and central Virginia aren't exactly hotbeds for international spy activity, so who needs things like a telephone bug detector or a tiny camera that can fit inside a beeper? Ken Frederick says a lot of his sales are to business executives looking to protect their corporate secrets.. the rest are average citizens just looking to protect themselves from crime.))
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((FREDERICK: MOST OF THE TIME WHEN PEOPLE COME IN TO LOOK AT OR PURCHASE PRODUCTS HERE, THEIR CONCERN IS VERY REAL. THEY HAVE A CONCERN, THEY HAVE SOME QUESTIONS THAT NEED ANSWERING SO THEY'LL COME ALONG AND TRY TO SEE HOW THEY CAN SOLVE THOSE PROBLEMS USING OUR EQUIPMENT.))
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One woman.. whose husband travels frequently on business.. bought a voice changer that makes her voice sound like a man's when she answers the phone.
Cameras the size of a quarter can help others catch an unsuspecting thief in the act.
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((KEN FREDERICK/SPOOK TECH SPY SHOP: PEOPLE THAT HAVE THINGS MISSING FROM THE HOUSE AND IT'S JUST MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCES AND THEY KEEP HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM OVER AND OVER AGAIN. IT COULD BE THE CLEANING LADY, IT COULD BE THE KID TAKING CARE OF THE DOG OR WHATEVER.. THERE'S JUST A NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THIS TYPE OF EQUIPMENT.))
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And you don't have to be a secret agent to use it.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

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Life's tragedies have brought about some of Judy Bowman's most significant accomplishments.
Judy has always been an athlete, playing volleyball and basketball. At the age of 29 she graduated from college and was drafted by the San Francisco Pioneers of the first women's professional basketball league.
Judy decided to become a teacher instead. Life threw her a curve in 1985 when she severely injured her back while coaching volleyball.
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The injury laid the foundation for the rest of her life.
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Judy started studying for her masters degree and left California in 1987 to become the Assistant Dean of Life Long Learning at Liberty University.
But the road bent again when she was laid off without notice in March of 1990.
She took it sitting down, on a bike. Her physical therapy progressed from three minutes on a stationery bike to setting a World's Record of peddling more miles, 3000, than any other person.
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Seven days and eight and a half hours to be exact. From there she took the opportunity to bike across the country with a charity group.
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And Wheel Power Christian Cyclists was born in 1994. Since then satellite ministries have cropped up all over the country. Judy and her group cycle across the country every year spending three months sharing their faith in GOD from the seat of a bike. ))
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Wheel Power starts its trek from San Francisco on May 22nd. Judy and her group will pass through Lynchburg on August 12th.



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Thousands turned out to watch the Hokies wrap up spring practice.
Steve Mason and Roy Stanley team up with that report.
Good morning again Roy.
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In the Auto Club 300 Busch Series race at the California Speedway, Matt Kenseth took advantage of Ward Burton's crash with eight laps to go to win.
Jeff Burton was second followed by Jeff Green, Michael Waltrip, Todd Bodine and Mike Skinner.
Skinner is the pole sitter for today's NAPA Auto Parts 500.
Here's the rest of the field for that race.
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[SUPER=0107-16. Robert Pressley//17. Dave Blaney//18. Ken Schrader//19. Elliott Sadler//20. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Michael Waltrip//22. Wally Dallenbach//23. Matt Kenseth//24. Jeremy Mayfield//25. Jerry Nadeau//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Jeff Gordon//27. Bill Elliott//28. Joe Nemechek//29. Robby Gordon//30. Kyle Petty//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Brett Bodine//32. Tony Stewart//33. Dale Jarrett//34. Terry Labonte//35. Dale Earnhardt//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Bobby Labonte//37. Sterling Marlin//38. Chad Little//39. Kenny Irwin//40. Kevin Lapage//;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Kenny Wallace//42. Dick Trickle//43. Jeff Fuller//;]
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Fans will do anything to see their favorite stars perform.
Stop eating breakfast for this one folks.
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Meet JoAnne Strickland and lets call this little guy Wiggly...meet the sandwich...watch Joanne take the bait...this for some concert tickets.
And who is she eating worms to see?
The worm sandwich won her tickets to see country music star George Strait. [Bye](------------)