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NEWS 7 is next with a murder mystery, a new way of looking at S-O-L's...
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and the invasion of the "promise keepers"- -what to do with 9-thousand descending upon Lynchburg.
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A case of the chillies this morning which ties a record in Lynchburg. Tomorrow should be a bit more mild. More on the forecast straight ahead. [open]
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((IT'S REALLY A MYSTERY WHAT MADE YOU LAUNCH THIS ATTACK UPON HER.))
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A man with no criminal record- -an epileptic who abused drugs and alcohol.... Luther Early is sentenced for killing his pregnant girlfriend.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

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It was no mystery who did it. The killer eventually confessed. What mystified the Judge was WHY it happened.
Early loves the woman he killed.
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((I DIDN'T MEAN FOR NOTHING LIKE THAT TO HAPPEN.))
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He graduated from high school, had a job, a baby and a woman he loved.
His relationship with Dee Turner had been rough,
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but they kept getting back together and she was about four months pregnant with their second child.
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((I SWEAR TO GOD. I NEVER IN MY LIFE WOULD HURT DEE. I LOVED DEE AND I LOVED MY CHILD. I LOVED MY DAUGHTER. AND I'D DO ANYTHING IN THE WORLD FOR THEM.))
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At first he made up a story to tell police but soon admitted what he'd done.
Early hit Turner in the head with a beer bottle and stabbed her in the neck nine times.
Eventually he pled "no contest" to first- degree murder.
And this afternoon Judge Jonathan Apgar sentenced Early to serve 35 years in prison.
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A Martinsville man charged with elder neglect of his mother appears to be on the run. The Commonwealth's Attorney says she has information that Peter Stolbun might be heading to South America.
Stolbun did not show up at his arraignment today .. his second missed court appearance. Stolbun is charged with criminal neglect of his mother, 75 year old Elizabeth Stolbun.
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The victim's husband, Paul, is also charged with elder neglect. His arraignment has been continued until next week because he did not have appropriate legal counsel and did not enter a plea.
Last year, Elizabeth Stolbun was found covered in urine, blisters and vomit. Health officials rescued her from her home but she died in the hospital a few days later.
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Searchers have yet to find a Pittsylvania County man -- missing since Sunday night on the James River east of Richmond.
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52 year old Benny Krantz of Hurt was last seen floating away on a cooler.
His 29 year old son Wayne Krantz clung to the boat and was rescued.
Game and Inland Fisheries officers have been searching since just after midnight Sunday.
Poor weather conditions and strong tides have made the search difficult.
Authorities say life vests were on board, but neither man was wearing one at the time the boat began to take on water.
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Talk about what Virginia's S-O-L test scores will mean has moved from prosecuting superintendents for bad test scores.
Fast forward five years, and the state board is talking about NOT even counting history and social studies scores against elementary schools.
The state board of education votes in July on whether the tests should be used to judge Virginia schools and students.
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Today, Virginia's largest teachers' group stood up for the board's recent moves to the middle.
The Virginia Education Association warns of a quiet lobbying effort by conservative former board members who had been appointed by George Allen.
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((CHERI JAMES/VIRGINIA EDUCATION ASSOC.: I THINK FROM WHERE WE CAME, IT APPEARED TO EVERYBODY, PARENTS AS WELL AS EDUCATORS, THAT THE ACCOUNTABILITY MOVEMENT WAS PUNITIVE. WHEREAS THE MODEL THAT IS BEING PUT FORTH NOW IS ONE OF IMPROVEMENT.))
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A public comment period begins next week.
Recent revisions to the proposed Standards of Accreditation include a basic high school diploma for kids who don't do well on S-O-L tests.

[Promisekeepers]


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More than eight thousand men will be converging on the Lynchburg area this weekend for the first national Promisekeepers event of the year.
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Of course, getting ready for an event of this size isn't easy.. Steve Smallshaw's here to tell us how they're doing it.
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With a lot of volunteer help, Keith.. with thousands of men from all across the country coming in, organizers say they need more than 600 volunteers to help handle the crowds.
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(( The immensity of the Promisekeepers event is reflected in the size of its stage.. towering above the floor of Liberty University's Vines Center, it looks more like the school is getting ready for a rock concert instead of an old- fashioned Christian revival.
This will be the first of 16 Promisekeepers events across the country this year.. and Lynchburg is the smallest venue on a list of cities that includes Los Angeles, Denver and Minneapolis.
A committee of 43 men and women have been meeting for six months to get ready for this one weekend.
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((JIM WHITAKER/ORGANIZER: LOGISTICALLY, YES, THERE'S A LOT OF SETUP.. ..ALL OF THAT.))
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Whitaker's been helping round up hundreds of volunteers to handle tasks like registration, retail efforts and ushers.
While women aren't included in the rally itself, they will be a big presence on campus.
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((WHITAKER: IN THE RETAIL AREA.. ..IN THE PRAYER ROOM.))
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Of course finding space for everyone hasn't been easy.
Every hotel room in a sixty- mile radius is booked solid, but there are still a few spaces left in the L-U dorms.

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With another 500 or so walk-ups expected Friday night, organizers say they'll probably hit their capacity of 9000 by the weekend. Keith?

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A flood-reduction plan will take some homes, raise others. That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And plans to save a drive-in theater are paying off. Organizers are getting ready to re-open.
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A local grassroots organization is proving dedication and persistence do pay off.
Members say if donations keep coming in they'll be able to reopen Lexington's only drive in theater.
Teresa Hamilton has more.
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For months now-- theater fans have been hoping to somehow revive Hull's Drive- In, near Lexington.
Last year-- the local landmark closed disappointing fans, like Sam Newcomer, who came here as a child.
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Newcomer is a member of Hull's Angels... a grassroots organization that formed last year to raise money to renovate and reopen the theater which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
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So far, the group has raised about 20 thousand dollars and members say if the donations keep coming in they'll be able to reopen in July.
New projection and sound equipment is already on its way.
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The group is appealing for donations to continue with renovations and to meet other expenses.
The group secured a two year lease with the owner-- and hopes to eventually buy the business altogether.

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Over the years, flooding has proven both costly and deadly for residents in Buena Vista.
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But city leaders and citizens hope a one- million dollar project involving federal, state and local money will make a difference.
The plan calls for buying 10- homes in flood prone areas and elevating 16 others.
Jim Hudson's home is one of those to be remodeled.
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((JIM HUDSON/HOMEOWNER: IT SHOWS THE DEDICATION OF THE CITY, CITY COUNCIL AND THE MAYOR AND CITY MANAGER TO LOOK AT HOW THEY'RE WORRIED ABOUT THE CITIZENS OF BUENA VISTA AND WHERE THEY LIVE AND MAKE SURE THEY'RE ALL SAFE AND IT IS REALLY A DAY FOR CELEBRATION AND A GOOD START, I THINK IT'S ALL WORKING OUT WELL.))
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Federal funds will pick up 75 percent of the one million dollar price tag-- state and local money will pay for the rest.
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The bulls were charging today on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW, NASDAQ & BLOOMBERG PAGE ]
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The Dow climbed 228 points. NASDAQ soared 254, almost eight per cent. The Bloomberg-News 7 local index rose more than two points.

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Two weeks into the re-trial of the Rainbow Family murder case, members of the jury have been sent home after the prosecutor became ill.
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Jacob Beard is accused of killing Vicki Durian and Nancy Santomero twenty years ago.
The two women were hitchhiking to a Rainbow Family Gathering in Pocahontas County when they were shot and killed.
Convicted and sentenced to life in prison in 1993, Beard was released last year after a judge ordered a new trial.
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The re-trial is now under way in Braxton County, West Virginia. The case was delayed today when prosecutor Walt

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Charges are pending against a woman who rear-ended a city truck in Roanoke this morning.
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36-year-old Lisa Sprinkle of Troutville was getting off the Roy Webber Expressway at Colonial Avenue when she ran into the back of the truck ...stopped at a red light.
Sprinkle told police her vision was blurred by moving wipers on her windshield.
Those involved in the accident were taken to the hospital and treated for minor injuries.
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Four teenagers face grand larceny charges, for alledgedly stealing 120 thousand dollars worth of machinery in recent weeks.
Danville Police say John Illingtonworth Thomas, Christopher Wade Dabbs, Ray Joseph McDowell and Stephen Gregory Gunnell stole a backhoe, several lawn movers, a trailer and a dozen other items from James River Equipment and Collie Equipment companies.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, high school regional playoffs action from the boy's and girl's diamonds is on the way. Plus, Steve Mason checks in with two fellow goalies at the Roundhouse.
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And at the age of 40 Darrell Green signs up for five more years with the Redskins.
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The Region 3 baseball tourney was hampered by rain yesterday, but this afternoon William Byrd and Chatham finally got together at Liberty University.
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The underdog Cavaliers knew they would have to bring their A-game to this this quarterfinal battle with Byrd. In the bottom of the first, Scott Wise drives one into center field. It goes all the way to the wall. And Wise can run with the best of them. He's in safely for the Terrier triple.
A few batters later, Bo Royal uncorks one to center. It won't find the fence, but the sacrifice is enough to chase home Wise from third it's now 1-to-nothing Byrd. In the bottom of the second, Byrd's Ryan Lucas will slap a single into right field. He would later make it home to make it a two nothing game in favor of Byrd. In the four, Chatham would try to jump start its bats. William Shelhorse hits a line shot. But Byrd's Nick Jones robs him with the leaping catch at short to end the threat.
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In the bottom of the fourth, Justin Doss would put this one out of reach with the eventual game winner - a solo homer to left field. Byrd advances in the Region Three tourney with the 4-to-2 win.
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In the Group Three A, Northwest Regional baseball action this afternoon, Cave Spring played host to Halifax County.
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The Knights had the luxury of hosting this one on their home field. But their real advantage was the hard throwing Tyler Lumsden on the hill. Here he gets the strikeout on the Comets. He had a no-hitter going through five innings. In the bottom of the fourth, Fielding Fitzpatrick will single to left field and drive home Ron Mickens from third to get the Knights on the board. Later in the inning, DH Eric Jones would walk and force in Tom Hagen from third.
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The Knights are right now on top 3-to-nothing in the fifth inning.
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Cave Spring has moved on in the Northwest Region Softball Tournament. The Lady Knights beat Albemarle this afternoon at Lynn Saunders Field.
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Cave Spring had a two-nothing lead when the Patriots' Amanda Gibson came to bat. Gibsons' sacrifice fly brings home Anna Cranford for Albemarle's only score.
But the Knights took advantage of every opportunity, the Patriots can't handle the pitch. Danielle Spangler comes home from third and it's four to one Cave Spring.
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This basehit brings home Jenny Flora and the Knights go on to win it five to one to advance in the Northwest region.
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The loss of four well know, veteran players and now a coaching change, it's enough to put Roanoke Express hockey fans on edge. Steve Mason tells us how goalies Dave Gagnon and Daniel Berthiaume are easing everyone's nerves.
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((While the Express plopped and fizzed in the playoffs, oh what a ((:)) ((:)) Dave Gagnon and Daniel Berthiaume are. Not just a relief for Roanoke Express hockey fans, but for the players themselves. Gagnon's dad and most of his family are in town visiting and attended the news conference that announced the re-signing of the goalie tandem. ((DAVE GAGNON:))
If one thinks they are getting long in the tooth, consider this, the pair combined to set a new franchise record for fewest goals allowed during the regular season this past year.)) ((PERRY FLORIO:)) ((:)) ((:))

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The ageless wonder in the DC, Darrell Green, today defied logic by signing a five year contract extension that will keep him in a Redskins' uniform through the year 2005.
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Green, who is now 40 years old, has been a starter for 17 straight seasons with the Redskins. The five year extension is worth $10 million dollars, including a $2 million dollar signing bonus. If he plays out this "lifetime" contract, he'll be 45 when he retires with 22 years experience.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies ended their stay in the Atlantic 10 conference on an up note. This afternoon the school was named the winner of the A-10's Commissioner Cup that is given annually to the university with the best overall programs. The Hokies won two regular season titles and 8 tournament crowns. Tech edged U-Mass by 8 points for the title.
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Clifton Forge is a city ... that wants to become a town.
The city is struggling financially with a crumbling sewer system and some of the highest real estate taxes in the state.
Tonight city officials will hold a public hearing to see how residents feel about the change.
The details on changing Clifton Forge from a city to a town tonight on News 7 at 11.




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