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Coming up next.
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Hundreds of striking Rubatex workers take their message from the picket line to downtown Bedford.
And-- Democrats in the fifth district chose the person they want to oppose Democrat turned Independent Virgil Goode.
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In sports, The second leg of horse racing's triple crown is in the book the N-B-A mourns the loss of one of its players.
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And Roanoke College is knocked out of the N-C-Double-A national softball championship at the Moyer Sports Complex.

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Hundreds of striking Rubatex workers march through downtown Bedford today to present a united front.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton


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It's been 8 months since more than 400 Rubatex workers went on strike -- claiming unfair labor practices by the company.
Joy Sutton was there and has the story.
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For months they've been walking the picket lines -- but on this day hundreds of striking Rubatex workers took their fight to the streets of downtown Bedford.
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((DANNY BROWN/STRIKING WORKER: THIS STRIKE RIGHT HERE HAS JUST MADE US STRONGER AND WE GONE SHOW AND PROVE TO THEM THAT THIS STRIKE RIGHT HERE IS GOING TO STAY. THIS UNIONS GOING TO STAY STRONG))
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Members of the United Steel Workers of America local 240 say what they want is a fair contract and for Rubatex to stop what they call unfair labor practices.
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But these striking workers are not alone in their fight -- national labor leaders and other local unions are also backing them in this ongoing labor dispute.
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((LINDA CHAVEZ-THOMPSON/NATL AFL-CIO: WE WANT A CLEAR MESSAGE THAT WE ARE GOING TO BE WITH THESE FOLKS ONE DAY LONGER THAN NECESSARY FOR THEM TO GO BACK TO WORK AND GET THEIR CONTRACTION AND BE ABLE TO PROVIDE FOR THEIR FAMILIES. THE COMPANY IS NOT BEING FAIR TO THEM. RUBATEX NEEDS TO BE ASHAMED OF THEMSELVES))
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((KENNETH STEVENS/LOCAL 831: WE CAME UP HERE TO GIVE THEM A LIFT IN SPIRIT AND HOPE WE GET THIS THING SOLVED. THE QUICKER THE BETTER))
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This is the longest strike in the foam and rubber manufacturing history.
But these striking Rubatex workers say they are standing firm -- and they will continue to walk the picket lines for as long as it takes.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Bedford.))
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Union leaders say there have been recent negotiations with Rubatex and believe progress is being made.
Company officials had no comment.












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A traffic accident involving five cars backed up traffic for at least two miles on Bent Mountain Road this afternoon.
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It happened around four o'clock. Police say the driver of this gold car was traveling north when she apparently lost control, crossed the center line, and hit three cars pushing them off the road. The driver then struck a fourth car head on. Three people were taken to Roanoke Memorial. None of the injuries appear life threatening.
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An early morning boat accident on Smith Mountain Lake has left six people injured.
It happened in Franklin County at the mouth of Gills Creek on the Blackwater section of the lake shortly before one this morning.
Investigators say the boat ran aground, throwing everyone out.
Five men and a woman were injured, the extent of their injuries has not been released.

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Fifth District Democrats have found a man to take on Congressman Virgil Goode this November.
Mecklenberg farmer John Boyd took the nomination this afternoon and now faces an uphill battle against the Democrat- turned Independent.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( The rebuilding of the Fifth District Democratic party got underway with a not- so subtle swipe at its former Congressman.
Virgil Goode's former chief of staff, Jim Evert, was given a trophy and two standing ovations for his political courage after resigning when Goode left the Democratic party last winter.
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While many Democrats here are glad to be rid of the conservative- leaning Goode, most agree his departure left the party in disarray.
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((CARL EGGLESTON/FIFTH DISTRICT CHAIRMAN: THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT CONVENTION TO START THAT PROCESS, TO TRY TO HEAL THE PARTY FROM ALL THAT'S HAPPENED WITH THE VIRGIL GOODE EPISODE AND THIS WILL BE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR US TO NOMINATE SOMEONE AT THIS CONVENTION AND TO WORK AGGRESSIVELY FOR THAT PERSON.))
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That person is Mecklenberg farmer John Boyd, who had the nomination wrapped up before the convention began.
Even with the name recognition gained from his fight on behalf of the nation's black farmers, Boyd admits taking on Goode will be a struggle.
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((JOHN BOYD/D- FIFTH DISTRICT CANDIDATE: IT'S GOING TO BE A TOUGH FIGHT BUT I LOVE A GOOD FIGHT. I'VE BEEN A FIGHTER ALL MY LIFE.. I FOUGHT FOR THE FARMERS AND A LOT OF PEOPLE DIDN'T GIVE US MUCH OF A CHANCE THERE, AS A MATTER OF FACT THEY DIDN'T GIVE US ANY CHANCE. AND SOME PEOPLE AREN'T GIVING US ANY CHANCE IN THIS RACE EITHER, SO WE MIGHT SURPRISE SOME PEOPLE.))
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Boyd's only opponent for the nomination, Allen Hale, says Goode is not unbeatable.
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((ALLEN HALE/SOUGHT NOMINATION: HE RAN UNOPPOSED, AS YOU KNOW, IN '98.. I THINK IF THE ISSUES ARE BROUGHT OUT AND PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THE ISSUES AND HIS RECORD, I THINK HE'S VULNERABLE.))
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They'll find out in November.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Rustburg.))
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Also today-- Democrats in the ninth district re-nominated Congressman Rick Boucher who's seeking his tenth term.



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Diplomas were awarded today to 220- cadets at Virginia Military Institute.
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The ceremony was held this morning in Cameron Hall.
Five of the cadets awarded diplomas are women.
Ron Carter, Junior was among today's guest speakers.
Carter, who graduated from V-M-I in 1978, is a former N-B-A player.
He's currently the Executive Director of a not-for-profit corporation partially underwritten by the city of Chicago.
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In an un-related matter-- two V-M-I cadets have been punished for playing "Dixie" at a memorial ceremony.
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The cadets-- who're leaders of the school's pipe and drum band-- sneaked in a few bars of the tune on Monday.
The incident happened near the end of an annual event that honors ten cadets who died in the Civil War battle of New Market.
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Roanoke ranks among the top two hundred places for business growth. That's one story topping this week's Business Review.
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And students find unique ways of using technology. Coming up we'll take you to an area media festival and show you what some young minds are inventing.
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Some local students and teachers were recognized today for their use of technology.
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It was all part of the 3rd annual Cox Communications Media Festival.
Students and teachers submitted projects demonstrating creative uses of technology.
Student participants were judged by age groups -- starting with kindergarten through the 12th grade.
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((BOBBY DURRETTE/HIDDEN VALLEY JR. HIGH STUDENT: WELL IT WAS A POWER POINT PRESENTATION FOR THE COX MEDIA FESTIVAL. I USED MANY CLIP ART GRAPHICS AND SOUNDS TO INTEGRATE INTO THE PRESENTATION AND IT WORKED OUT PRETTY WELL))
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((SHARRON DAVIES/COX COMMUNICATIONS: COX IS ACTUALLY A GOOD SUPPORTER OF EDUCATION AND ONE OF THINGS IS TO RECOGNIZE INSTRUCTORS. WE WANTED TO ADD AN ELEMENT AND RECOGNIZE THESE STUDENTS THAT WORK WITH TECHNOLOGY. IT'S VERY KEY FOR ROANOKE CITY AND ROANOKE COUNTY SCHOOL TO HAVE TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED IN THE TEACHING))
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114 projects were submitted... with awards going out to more than 20- people. The winners will receive gift certificates ranging from 50 to 150 dollars.
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Two Virginia Communications companies announced a merger this week...Jennifer Miele has more on that story and others in this week's New 7 Business Review.
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(( [REPORTER STANDUP AT CHROMA WALL - on Biz Review Standup tape TC ] This week in Review.... R&B Communications of Daleville and CFW Communications of Waynesboro announced a joining that would harness a customer base of 5.4 million people.
Both companies are considered Integrated Communications Providers.
Each furnishes customers with Internet access and high-speed data transmission, as well as local and long-distance phone service, paging products and wireless services.
CFW will also be purchasing PrimeCO PCS of Norfolk.
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[VO OF FORBES WEBSITE ON TAPE SLUGGED FORBES MAG TC ]
Forbes Magazine has ranked Roanoke 150 on a list of top 200 places to do business and advance a career. Forbes researchers measured job, salary and wage growth to rank the cities, but also took high-tech factors into account.
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[BACK TO REPORTER STANDUP - TC ] Although Roanoke ranked lower in job growth than surrounding Greensboro and Winston-Salem, it posted far better numbers in technology growth.
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Mel Wheeler, Inc., owner of WSLC and WSLQ finalized the purchase of WPVR and WFIR on Wednesday. Arrow 94 is now Star Country 94 and will simulcast with WSLC, formerly a classic country music station.
Together, the stations will cover Roanoke, Lynchburg and all of the New River Valley. No news and no commercials will be aired until the format changes are complete.
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It was a winning week on Wall Street as the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by one half point. Tuesday's announcement by Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan is expected to slow the increasing inflation rates.
Finally, the Consumer Price Index remained stable for the second month in a row. That's the WDBJ Dollar Review. I'm Jennifer Miele.))








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Africa isn't the only place to see the world's most exotic animals.
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Coming up we'll take you to Rockbridge County to the state's only Safari Park where you can get an up close and personal look at the animals.
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It may seem hard to believe-- but camels and reindeer do reside in Virginia.
And you can not only see them but also feed them for yourself at the state's only safari park... which recently opened in Rockbridge County.
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At the Virginia Safari Park near Natural Bridge there's no shortage of things to see and do... something these anxious preschoolers from Lexington quickly learn as they prepare for their morning adventure.
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((JANET: WE'RE GOING TO GO THROUGH THE PARK, STOP AT VARIOUS PLACES AND FEED THE ANIMALS... THE GRAIN IN YOUR HANDS IS FOR THE ANIMALS DON'T YOU EAT IT.))
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The Safari Park is a drive-through zoo complete with several hundred animals.
Visitors can either make the three and a half mile trip in their own vehicle or take a guided wagon ride.
With a school group, though, the wagon is the perfect way to enjoy and learn at the same time.
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((JANET: THIS IS A LLAMA FOLLOWING US OVER HERE GUYS, SEE THE BABY ZEBRA. WE GET A GOOD LOOK AT HER OVER HERE.))
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On our trip to the 180- acre park--- the baby zebra was just hours old.


For the kids-- it was all overwhelming especially when it came to feeding the wide variety of animals.
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((JANET: HERE COME THE CAMELS-- JUST HANG ONTO YOUR BUCKET, THEY'RE PULL IT OUT OF YOUR HANDS.))
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The park is owned by Eric and Janet Mogensen-- who, for years, have raised and transported animals for zoos.
They say they decided to open the park-- as a way of simply sharing the animals with the public.
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(( JANET MOGENSEN: I HAD SOME COLLEGE KIDS COME IN WITH A SUNROOF AND GO THROUGH THE SUNROOF THE WHOLE WAY..WHICH WAS REALLY INTERESTING.. THE CAMEL ENJOYED IT, NO ONE ELSE COULD REACH.))
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The kids and their teachers also have their own stories to tell.

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((WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO TELL YOUR MOM? THAT I LIKED THE OSTRICH.))

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((I HAD FUN))

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((I'M GLAD I CAME HERE.))

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((JILL STOCKWELL/TEACHER: IT'S ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING AND THE KIDS ABSOLUTELY ENJOYED THE ANIMALS AS WELL AS THE VIEW AND THE RIDE.))
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You can enjoy the animals and the view at the state's only drive through Safari Park-- seven days a week.
The only requirement is that you must stay in your vehicle.))

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And coming up, The Lakers and Trailblazers opened the Western Conference finals scores from Major League Baseball.

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Minnesota Timberwolve forward Malik Sealy is killed in a two car crash in a Minneapolis Suburb.
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Two errors in the bottom of the 15 inning sealed Roanoke College's fate in the Division Three N-C-Double-A Softball Championships.
The Maroons fell to Wisconsin Eau Claire three to two.
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Fans enjoyed the balmy weather from the outfield this afternoon, but no one imagined it would be a four hour contest.
Roanoke took a two to one lead into the second. The Maroons catch a Blugold runner in a pickle but while the infield is hassling with the runner, Tracy Steffens finds her way home and it would stay tied at two for 13 more innings.
In the bottom of the 15th, Dinah Martin lays down the bunt, Roanoke's Amy
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Layman fields the ball, but the throw to first is high and Steffens makes her way home for the three to two Wisconsin Eau Claire win.
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Second team all America catcher Holly Morris played center field for the Maroons this afternoon.
Morris may have been out of position, but she definitely wasn't out of place as she made game saving catch after catch.
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Roanoke College finishes its season 43 and five.

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The Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees hooked up in the American League today.
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The crowd at Jacob's field enjoying the afternoon.
New York got on the board first. Shane Spencer hits this sacrafice fly to left field. Chuck Knoblach tags at third and scores to make it 1 to nothing Yankees in the first.
Then in the fourth, Paul O'Neil hits the grounder through the infield into right field Knoblach scores again and the Yankees took the 2 to nothing lead.
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The Indians would score in the seventh. Richie Sexon sends this David Cone Pitch over the left centerfield wall for a solo homer and Cleveland wins it 3 to 2.
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The Preakness, horse racings second leg of the Triple Crown was run in Baltimore today.
And Red Bullet gets the win by three. Lets listen to the call by A-B-C's Dave Johnson.
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Tragedy hit the N-B-A today.
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Minnesota Timberwolves forward Malik Sealy was killed in a two vehicle accident early this morning in Minneapolis.


Sealy's utility vehicle was hit head on by a pickup truck traveling in the wrong direction on a divided highway in a Minneapolis Suburb.
The driver of the car is in serious condition.
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Meantime, The Western Conference finals opened today in Los Angeles. And L-A was leading 97 to 88 late in the fourth quarter.




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The Roanoke Valley Tennis Association and the U.S. Tennis Association have teamed up to make sure tennis continues to be a growing sport in the valley.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


The USA Tennis Community Rally took over the courts at River's Edge in Roanoke today.
The free event is a way to celebrate the game and encourage everyone to play.
Beginners and pros took advantage of the free lessons, games and round robin tournament.
This is just one way the RVTA helps promote tennis. The organization also offers scholarships for people who can't afford lessons.
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