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Coming up on News 7
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More then 90 people are injured at the Lowe's Motor Speedway in North Carolina after a walkway collapses. An early morning shooting in Danville leaves one person dead. And Billy Graham talks about his health and his future during a special visit to Staunton.
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In sports, The Knicks and Heat battle for the final spot in the Eastern Conference finals.
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And Dale Earnhardt junior becomes the first rookie to win the Winston, NASCAR's all star race.
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((YOU'RE JUST WALKING AND THE NEXT THING YOU KNOW, IT'S LIKE NOTHINGS THERE, YOU'RE GOING DOWN.))
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More than 90- people are injured when a walkway collapses outside the Lowes Motor Speedway.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

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The pedestrian walkway collapsed last night sending the victims onto the highway below.
Kate Weidaw has more on what caused the accident.
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(( The walkway collapsed as race fans were streaming across the bridge to the parking lot at the Lowe's Motor Speedway in North Carolina.
Some witnesses say it felt like an earthquake.
Others weren't certain what was happening as the 15- foot high bridge snapped in half.
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((I HEARD A COUPLE OF POPS AND MY SON AND DAUGHTER N LAW WE JUST LOOKED AT EACH OTHER, LIKE WHAT WAS THAT, AND THEN THE THIRD TIME IT WENT ALL THE WAY DOWN.))
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Jerry Westling of Botetourt County was also leaving the track.
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((JERRY WESTLING/WITNESS: WE WAS ON THE SAME WALKWAY COMING DOWN THE SAME STAIRS GETTING READY TO WALK ACROSS THE SAME BRIDGE AND THERE WAS LIKE I SAY SHOULDER TO SHOULDER PEOPLE AND ANOTHER 45 TO 60 SECONDS IT COULD'VE BEEN US.))
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In all-- more than 90- people were injured.
A hospital spokesman says most are being treated for broken bones.
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((WE DO HAVE ONE GIRL WITH A SERIOUS HEAD INJURY BUT FAR AND WAY MOST ARE ORTHOPEDIC INJURIES.))
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Investigators say a steel girder failed.... causing the collapse.
But at this point-- they don't know why it broke.
The bridge was built approximately five years ago. Kate Weidaw, NEWS 7.))




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A shooting in Danville early this morning has left one person dead.
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Police are releasing few details.
The victim was apparently shot in the head shortly before one a-m at a building on the corner of Franklin and Monument Streets.
The victim's identity has not been released.
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Charges have been filed against a North Carolina man who wrecked his motorboat.... injuring six people yesterday on Smith Mountain Lake.
Investigators charged 28-year-old James Paul Murray with reckless operation after he turned the boat too quickly and struck some rocks near Gills Creek in Franklin County.
Five people were thrown from the boat.

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He's considered one the most influential and admired men in the world.
But the Reverend Billy Graham has kept a low profile this year because of his health.
However, this morning he was in our area for a special occasion.
Joy Sutton was there and spoke with Graham in his first on-camera interview since his release from the hospital.
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((Just days ago the Reverend Doctor Billy Graham was released from the Mayo clinic in Minneapolis, Minnesota --so h

e could attend his youngest daughter graduation at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton.
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((BILLY GRAHAM: I'VE HAD A LOT OF PROBLEMS THIS YEAR PHYSICALLY AND I DIDN'T KNOW IF I COULD GET HERE. WE TALKED ON THE PHONE AND SHE TOLD ME HOW MUCH IT MEANT TO HER SO I SAID I'M GOING JUST GOING TO CANCEL SOME OF THESE TESTS AND COME))

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Graham, who is 81 years old, has Parkinson's disease.
He says physical problems and old age have caused him to slow down considerably.
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((I CAN'T DO THE THINGS I USE TO AND THAT'S VERY FRUSTRATING TO ME BECAUSE I'M A VERY ACTIVE PERSON.))
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FAMILY))
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Graham was honored with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award -- given to those who demonstrate fine spiritual quality and nobility of character. [nat sound of clapping]
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But this was his daughter's special day. Ruth Graham McIntyre not only received her bachelors degree from Mary Baldwin College but was also given the outstanding adult graduate award.
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((THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE))
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And Graham says he's not going to let his health stop him from spreading the gospel.
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((IT'S GOD'S DOING NOT MINE. I'M JUST A COUNTRY BOY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. IT'S A GREAT PRIVELEDGE TO SERVE GOD))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: GRAHAM IS ALREADY PLANNING HIS NEXT CRUSADE. HE SAYS IF HEALTH HOLDS UP HE PLAN TO BE IN NASHVILLE SOMETIME IN JUNE. JOY SUTTON, N7))
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Hollins University held its 158-th commencement ceremony in Roanoke this morning.
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A total of 218 graduates received diplomas. Charlotte Fox, the only American woman to climb three of the world's highest peaks, delivered the commencement address. Fox urged graduates to be adventurous... as the first graduating class of the new century. A new climbing wall was dedicated yesterday at the school in Fox's honor.
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A Roanoke festival highlights diversity in the area. That's one story still ahead.
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And N'Sync Fans prove they'll do just about anything for tickets to the boy band.
We'll explain... coming up.
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Roanoke celebrated its diversity today ....
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More than 60 cultures were represented in the 10th annual Local Colors Festival.
This year's event was recognized by the Governor.
The event's organizer, Pearl Fu, was also presented with a certificate for her role as a Virginia Humanitarian and Outstanding Citizen.
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((PEARL FU/LOCAL COLORS ORGANIZER: IT WAS SUCH A DEEP HONOR AND SUCH A SURPRISED. LOCAL COLORS HAS BEEN MY MISSION AND PASSION FOREVER. I'M SO GLAD VIRGINIA IS RECOGNIZING IT. ALL THE DUE IS TO ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES THAT MAKE THIS EVENT POSSIBLE))
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The festival highlights the clothing, traditions, and foods of various cultures.
The activities wrapped up at 5 o'clock.
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Thousands of people turned out for the annual Monacan Indian powwow this weekend in Amherst County.
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The three- day festival is a celebration of Native American culture and heritage.
Members of the local Monacan tribe will be on hand to demonstrate storytelling, basket weaving and woodland skills.
School children visiting Friday also got a chance to see a live buffalo up close.
The powwow ended today at the Albert farm on Route 130 in Elon (EE-lun).
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N'Sync is one of the hottest groups around and some fans will do just about anything for tickets.
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Sitting in a sink for N'Sync tickets is the latest contest put on by K-92 FM.
Those hoping for a shot at tickets wrote in 92 words or less why they wanted to sit in a sink to see the band.
Six people were chosen and began vying for the tickets on Thursday... three are left.
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((KAREN TURGEON: MY BEST FRIEND COURTNEY IS ABSOLUTELY IN LOVE WITH J.C. AND SHE'S SO EXCITED I JUST HAD TO DO IT FOR HER.))
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Whoever stays in the sink the longest will fly out to San Diego June 7-th with front row tickets to see the band.
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A News-7 series on the history of slavery in Virginia brought a note from a viewer last week.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with Feedback.
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((The special reports by Richmond newsroom chief Ellen Qualls focused on plans to create a slavery museum in Virginia, and to acknowledge the role the state capital played in the slave trade.
A viewer who supports the idea of remembering this part of the Commonwealth's past wrote to ask:
"What of the Native Americans? It was THEIR land. They came to the white man in peace and helped him till they realized he wanted their land and was killing their food, buffalo, to extinction. I feel that the way we have done the American Indian is a disgrace. There are so many many ways that today in the year 2000 they suffer prejudice and have never been recognized for the fine people they are."
Your comments on our news coverage or issues in the news are always welcome.
Only letters that are signed will be broadcast.
The address is News-7, PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
The fax number is 343-7269.
Email goes to news@wdbj7.com.
And on our website, you may take part in a moderated on-line forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

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It's an instrument that you routinely see at festivals in the south.
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But do you know where the banjo was invented? Coming up, we'll delve into it's history.. which includes a few suprises.
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Do you know the history of the banjo? If not the Blue Ridge Institute of Ferrum College just opened an exhibit on it's history. In this week's Virginia Profile Joe Dashiell introduces us to a diverse group of people whose lives are linked by this musical instrument.
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Visit the Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax, or any of the music festivals that have become a warm weather tradition in western Virginia, and you're sure to find a banjo close at hand.
But this picture is only part of the story. [CONTINUE NAT SOUND/DISSOLVE TO PHOTO OF SWEENEY]
Appomattox native and minstrel performer Joel Sweeney was once credited as the inventor of the banjo, or at least an innovator who added the fifth string, but scholars now say he played a different role, popularizing the banjo, and bringing it to a worldwide audience. [NAT SOUND OF RODDY TALKING ABOUT SWEENEY 30:13]
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((RODDY MOORE: AND HE TOOK THE BANJO ALL AROUND THE WORLD. AND THROUGH THE NORTH, THROUGH THE SOUTH, THROUGH THE BRITISH ISLES, INTO EUROPE EVEN. HE WAS THE FIRST BANJO STAR FROM VIRGINIA. SO HE DIDN'T INVENT IT, BUT HE STILL DESERVES A LOT OF CREDIT. HE DESERVES A WORLD OF CREDIT, BUT NO HE WAS NOT THE INVENTOR OF IT.))
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As a new exhibit at the Blue Ridge Institute of Ferrum College explains, the inventor of it was an African. The banjo's origins lie in the stringed instruments of West Africa. The xalam (halam), for example, already had a fifth drone string before slaves brought their musical traditions to America.
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((RODDY MOORE: AND WE TRY TO SHOW IN THIS EXHIBIT HOW THE INSTRUMENT CAME FROM AFRICA, HOW IT WAS ACCEPTED IN THE WHITE COMMUNITY WITH THE WHITES LEARNING TO PLAY BANJOS FROM THE BLACKS AND THEN ACTUALLY BECOMING A WHITE INSTRUMENT.))
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Among the 33 instruments gathered for the show are reproductions of gourd banjos, the earliest known Virginia banjo... built by a Lynchburg cabinet maker, a home-built banjo made from an aluminum brake drum, and instruments that belonged to two of Virginia's bluegrass greats Ralph Stanley and Don Reno. [NAT SOUND OF RALPH STANLEY AND DON RENO PLAYING TOGETHER]
One wall of the gallery belongs to the mountain banjo... wooden instruments with small hide drums, that Moore and his staff are still documenting.
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((RODDY MOORE: TRYING TO FIND OUT WHO WERE THE MAKERS OF THOSE AND THAT'S SOMETHING WE'RE STILL WORKING ON. AND IT'S SOMETHING I WISH IF THERE ARE LISTENERS WHO KNEW ABOUT PEOPLE IN THEIR FAMILIES OR COMMUNITIES THAT HAD MADE THEM, OR THEY HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS OF PEOPLE WITH THE BANJOS, WE'D LOVE TO KNOW ABOUT THEM.))
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From the banjo's African roots, through slavery and the civil war... from polite society to the back porch and the concert stage... the exhibit suggests the banjo has provided the soundtrack for more than 200 years of Virginia history.
These examples will remain on display at the Blue Ridge Institute for ten months before hitting the road for exhibits in Abingdon and Richmond.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Ferrum))


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And coming up in sports, Little E makes a trip to victory lane winning the Winston, NASCAR's all star race.
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And Denise Allen will introduce us to sports psychologist Bob Rotella who paid a visit to the Scott Robertson Memorial golf tournament earlier this week.
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A four tire change with 8 laps to go proved to be the key for Dale Earnhardt Junior. He takes the checkered flag becoming the first rookie to win the Winston, NASCAR's all star race.
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A multi car crash with 88 laps to go would bring out the caution. And after talking with his crew Little E pulled into the pit for 4 fresh tires.
On the restart Junior would blow by Dale Jarrett with 2 laps to go and he pulled away to win the race and the 500-thousand dollar purse.
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((DALE EARNHARDT, JR/WINS THE WINSTON: WE SIT THERE AND THOUGHT ABOUT IT AND WE WERE LIKE HEY WE'LL COME AND GET FOUR TIRES WE DIDN'T COME HERE TO RUN THIRD WE CAME HERE TO TAKE ALL THE MONEY AND THAT'S WHY I LIKE TONY AND THEM GUYS MAN THEIR GUTSY AS HELL AND THAT'S WHAT I LIKE AND THAT'S THE WAY I AM.))
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Jarrett was second followed by Earnhardt Senior, Jerry Nadeau and Jeff Burton.

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Atlanta's Brian Jordan hit two home runs driving in 7 runs to lead the Braves to a 12 to 6 win over the San Diego Padres.
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Padres manager Bruce Bochy enjoying the day in Atlanta.
With the score tied at 2 to 2 San Diego's Ed Sprague leads off the sixth inning with this solo homer to left field off Tom Glavine and the Padres took a 3 to 2 lead.
Atlanta answered in the bottom of the sixth. Jordan gets all of this Sterling Hitchcock pitch sending it over the centerfield wall and the Braves took a 4 to 2 lead.
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Jordan then hits this single to right field scoring Andres Galarraga in the seventh to make it 6 to 3 and the Braves get the 12 to 6 win.
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A busy afternoon in the Majors lets go to the boards and check the latest scores from the diamonds.
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Is what you're thinking preventing you from playing a good round of golf?
After all attitude is everything. Sports psychologist Bob Rotella talked with golfers at the Roanoke Country Club after the second round of the Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament.
Denise Allen caught up with him.
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While all golfers may dream of perfection even some of Bob Rotella's clients, such as David Duvall and Phil Mickelson have never shot a flawless game.
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Rotella invites his clients into his home for several days of intensive conversations.
He says you can learn a lot about yourself on the playing field.
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Rotella talked with the players at the Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament about the committment it takes to succeed.
He tried to stress to the players it's not the mistakes you make, but how you recover from them that will make or break your success. And that's true on and off the golf course.
Denise Allen New 7 Sports. ))


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The New York Knicks and Miami Heat were playing this afternoon for the final spot in the Eastern Conference finals.
And Miami was leading the game 82 to 81 with a minute and a half left in the game. The winner advances to the finals against the Indiana Pacers.


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