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Just ahead on NEWS 7 at six.
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Gunshots ring out this morning in one Roanoke neighborhood and residents say they know who's behind the violence.
They say it's a gang that's been haunting the neighborhood for weeks.
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And-- a new museum opens in Lynchburg.


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In sports, Fran Hensley wins the Linwood Ladies Invitational the Avalanche was at home this afternoon.
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And Aaron Vale wins another Grand Prix at the Roanoke Valley Horse Show.
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(( AT LEAST EIGHT OR NINE SHOTS WERE FIRED THERE ARE BULLET HOLES ALL IN MY ROOF))
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Members of a local neighborhood watch group say they are victims of gang retaliation.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


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Residents along Lafayette Boulevard in Roanoke say they were awakened by the sound of gunshots around three A-M.
Neighbors say such incidents have become all too common and that this time the home of the Neighborhood Watch group president was the target.
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Joy Sutton is in the newsroom tonight with the details.
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Teresa,
Residents say over the past two to three weeks there have been drive by shootings and several homes have been shot at.
And residents say this retaliation is by a local gang they call VH1.
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((WE COULD HEAR THE BULLETS NEARLY FLY OVER THE TOP OF OUR HEADS. THEY HISSED. IT WAS THAT CLOSE))
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Two holes show the location where bullets penetrated the home of the Arjomandinia family on Lafayette Boulevard in Roanoke...narrowly missing their son's bedroom which is on the other side of the wall.
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((JOYCE ARJOMANDINIA;THEY ARE RETALIATING BECAUSE WE'RE ALL DOING A GOOD JOB OF WORKING WITH THE POLICE TO KEEP THEM AWAY FROM UP HERE SO WE'RE A THREAT TO THEM AND THEIR LIVELIHOOD AND THEIR TERRITORY. THIS IS MUCH MORE THAN JUST LITTLE BOYS WHO WANT TO SELL DRUGS THIS A TERRITORIAL THING:))
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The Arjomandinias and other neighbors believe this is the work of the Villa Heights One gang.
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((JEFF ARTIS/HOMEOWNER:IT'S BEEN LIKE DODGE CITY HERE FOR THE PAST 3 OR 4 WEEKENDS. WE HAD A DRIVE BY UP THE STREET. ))

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Jeff Artis is also a member of the neighborhood watch and says his home has also been shot at.
He says it's time for the Roanoke City Police Department to acknowledge there is a gang problem.
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((JEFF ARTIS/HOMEOWNER:THIS SITUATION COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED IF THEY HAD REACTED TO OUR WARNING THREE YEARS AGO. NOW THEY HAVE A SITUATION WHERE HOUSES ARE BEING SHOT AT AND PEOPLE ARE BEING THREATENED))
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The Roanoke City Police department has a cope team working on projects in this area and detectives are on patrol in the neighborhood.
As for the Arjomandinia's, they say they have no plans of leaving.
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((JOYCE ARJOMANDINIA/HOMEOWNER:THERE ARE PEOPLE HERE WHO WANT TO WALK UP AND DOWN THOSE STREETS AND NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT WHO IS GOING TO SHOOT AND THEM OR WHETHER OR NOT THEY'RE GOING TO SHOOT AT US))
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((JOYCE ARJOMANDINIA:WE'RE JUST PEOPLE WHO WANT TO LIVE A NORMAL LIFE -- THAT'S WHAT WE PAID FOR. ))
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A police spokesman would not confirm nor deny that there is a gang problem in this area.
But did confirm the family's home was shot at at least four times last night and that there was one other shooting at another residence two weeks ago.
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It was a historic day in Roanoke County as dozens came out to take part in ground breaking ceremonies for two separate schools.
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Ceremonies were held to mark the start of expansions to Glenvar Middle School and construction on the new South County High School.
Local dignitaries and residents were among those who came out.
And while most are happy with the new schools... some who live near the new high school say they are upset that trees blocking the view of the high school have been cut down.
And now they say there is no buffer for the sound -- and wild life are coming into their yards.
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((SANDY REYNOLDS:HOMEOWNER: I FEEL MISLED CAUSE THEY TOLD US WE WOULD HAVE A BUFFER TO PROTECT OUR PROPERTY AND THIS IS THE BUFFER A DEAD TREE. I FEEL IT'S TRAVESITY TO NATURE))
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But the board of supervisors chairman says they will be replaced.
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((JOE MCNAMARA/ROANOKE CO. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:WHEN YOU'RE MOVING DEVELOPMENT THERE IS A LOT OF EARTH WORK. THERE IS GOING TO THE REMOVAL OF A LOT OF STRUCTURES BUT WE THAT IS GOING TO BE REMOVED. BUT WE'LL PUT STRUCTURES BACK AND WE'LL CREATE THE BUFFER ZONES TO MAKE IT A WORTHWHILE EXPERIENCE FOR EVERYBODY))
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The new South County High school is expected to open in 2002.
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Authorites have released the name of the man killed yesterday when he was thrown from the bed of a pickup truck.
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It happened in Alleghany County... in the east bound lane of Interstate 64 near Clifton Forge around 5-45 yesterday evening.
21-year-old Brian Edwin Nicholson of Sterling died when he was thrown from a 95 Ford Ranger Pickup as it ran off the roadway, struck a guardrail, and rolled over several times.
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The interstate was closed for more than an hour.


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The Roanoke economy is expanding faster than the national average pace... even after I-T-T, Norfolk Southern and Volvo layoffs.
But some local businesses are struggling to keep ahead.
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Construction is among the leader's of rapidly growing business. David Radford and Company has houses sold before they are even built.
But the company's deadlines are not being met because they can't find the help they need.
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((THE LABOR MARKET HAS BEEN SO TIGHT. WE'VE BEEN CREATING JOBS IN THE SERVICE SECTOR, AND ITS TAKING AWAY FROM THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. OUR JOBS ARE TOUGH, BUT WE'RE BECOMING VERY COMPETITIVE IN OUR WAGES.))
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Radford says interest rate hikes have not slowed business.
His employees are working round the clock to meet client demands.
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Still to come on NEWS 7 at six. We'll head to Blacksburg...
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to tour the inside of the CAVE at Virginia Tech... where the surroundings are anything but cold and damp.
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West Virginia's governor came to BLACKSBURG this week to tour a town in his own state.
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Governor Cecil Underwood took a VIRTUAL tour of Princeton, West Virginia, at the CAVE in Virginia Tech's Corporate Research Center.
The CAVE is a 3-D, virtual reality tool.
A Blacksburg virtual imaging company used it to show the governor what Princeton will look like after planned renovations to its downtown are completed.
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((CECIL UNDERWOOD/WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR: THINK OF THE TIME IT SAVES DEVELOPING THESE PLANS. WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUT HOURS... WE'RE TALKING ABOUT YEARS OF TIME-SAVING.))
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The CAVE also was used to create a virtual design for the Smithsonian's new Native American museum in Washington, D.C.
Developers of the CAVE say the virtual models are a cost-effective way to glimpse a finished project well before its even started.
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A North Carolina artist is showing his work in Danville.
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Mel Steele is showing 25 pieces of his work at the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History.
The exhibit will be open starting today.
Steele says many of his paintings are of Danville people and that he painted most of them in the last six weeks.
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((MEL STEELE/ARTIST: THE TITLE IS DOCTOR, LAWYER, INDIAN CHIEF LIKE THE OLD NURSERY RYME. YOU CAN ALSO SEE THE SELF PORTRAIT THAT'S THE LARGEST.))
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The exhibit will be in Danville through August 20th. Each work costs an average of 25 thousand dollars.
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A viewer from Bedford is taking aim at Roanoke's effort to get guns off the streets.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean with News-7's Feedback.
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((The city collected more than 560 guns from people who traded in the weapons for gift certificates. Officials said the main purpose behind the drive was to help prevent accidental shootings.
The day the guns were melted down, a critic [Craig Lawrence/Bedford] fired a note off to us.
...the program is a "CROCK OF MANURE" and I can't believe you are buying into it hook line and sinker. The local and Federal government are wasting my tax money on a program that is only cosmetic and really does nothing to reduce crime. All it does is make the "EXTREME LEFT" and the news media feel good.
Here's how to let us know what's on your mind:
The mailing address is PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
The fax number is 343-7269.
The email address is news@wdbj7.com.
And our web site, wdbj7.com has a moderated online forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

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It's a first for the Hill City.
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Coming up we'll take you to the first museum dedicated to the black community and its history.
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There's a new museum opening in Lynchburg today.. the kind of which has never been seen before in the Hill City.
This one is dedicated to the city's black community, but officials say there's something for everyone to see at the Legacy Museum of African- American History.
Steve Smallshaw takes us inside for a sneak preview in this week's "Virginia Profile".
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(( In some ways, Lynchburg's newest museum has come a long way in a very short time.. donations of labor and money have transformed what was once a run-down, century- old building ...into this, in just over eighteen months.
But in other ways, the Legacy Museum has been a long time coming for the Hill City.
Never before have the contributions of Lynchburg's black community been documented and showcased for the public to see.
When the idea for the museum was first introduced, donations of material began pouring in.
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((A WOMAN WHOSE GRANDMOTHER THIS IS BROUGHT THAT PICTURE IN.. THIS IS THE DONOR'S COUSIN AND THAT'S THE GRANDMOTHER.))


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The museum's first exhibit focuses on African-American health and medicine over the past 200 years.
The area's first black doctors, nurses and midwives are honored here.. even the first black female dentist in Virginia.
And it's more than just photographs.. a midwife's scissors, a nurse's uniform and the doctor's black bag can be found in these cases.. each has a story to tell about its former owner.
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((CAROLYN BELL/COLLECTIONS COMMITTEE: AND WHEN YOU SEE THOSE ITEMS TOGETHER WITH THE PICTURES OF THE PEOPLE THAT THEY BELONGED TO AND THE FURNITURE THAT THEY USED AND THE TOOLS THAT THEY PICKED UP AND TOUCHED AND USED, IT DOES MAKE THOSE PEOPLE COME ALIVE.))
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[Standup ] ((Besides making history come alive, the mission of the Legacy Museum is probably best summed up in its logo: the "Sankofa", an African symbol that means "take from the past that which may have been forgotten but can be used in the future".))
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Not all that's featured here is pleasant.. the displays also recall the days when the color lines were drawn right down the middle of the local hospital.. and blacks struggled to make a name for themselves.
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((JOE BERRYMAN/LEGACY MUSEUM DIRECTOR: FIRST OF ALL, I HOPE THEY'LL GET A GOOD FEEL FOR YESTERYEAR, JUST A GOOD FEEL LOOKING AT THE OLD DRESSES, EVEN THE CLOTHING AND THE PICTURES, THE WAY THEY WERE SHOT.. BUT MORE THAN THAT, GET A FEEL FOR WHAT THESE PEOPLE HAVE DONE WITH NOTHING.))
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((CAROLYN BELL/COLLECTIONS COMMITTEE: EVERYBODY HAS A LOT TO LEARN FROM THE MUSEUM. WHITE PEOPLE FROM CENTRAL VIRGINIA, I THINK, WOULD BE AMAZED AT THE HISTORY THAT'S HERE THAT THEY JUST DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT.. EVEN THE PEOPLE WHO FOLLOW LOCAL HISTORY WILL FIND A LOT HERE TO BE INTERESTED IN.))
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And hopefully be inspired by as well.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))


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And coming up in sports, Aaron Vale wins again at the Roanoke Valley Horse show we'll take a look at a camp for kids who want to learn how to ride.
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And the All Stars clinic will open the Tiki and Ronde Barber football camp tomorrow at the Rivers Edge sports complex.
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The Salem Avalanche wrapped up its weekend set with the Frederick Keys this afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
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The game was a defensive battle through five innings.
Salem had a runner in scoring position but Tim Raines junior charges the pop fly to centerfield making the catch and ending the inning.
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The Keys would get a runner on base an inning later however Salem gets out of the inning with the double play the game remained scoreless but Salem came on to get the victory 4 to 3.
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The Braves and Brewers went at it again at Turner Field this afternoon.
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Bobby Cox watching as his Braves lead 1 to nothing in the first.
Brian Jordan adds to that lead when he hits a line drive up the middle with the bases loaded two runs score to make it 3 to nothing Braves.
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The Brewers got close in the bottom of the first. Tyler Houston belts a two run homer over the centerfield wall to make it 3 to 2 and Atlanta wins it 5 to 4.
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The Roanoke Valley Horse Show may consider naming the 50-thousand dollar Grand Prix the Aaron Vale Cup.
Vale aboard Nonix Le Parc won a fourth consecutive Grand Prix and his fifth in the last six years.
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Over 20 horses would put up a challenge against Vale. And 8 of those horses had clean runs forcing a jump off.
Vale had 2 horses in the jump off and when it was over the horse show officials handed him his fifth blue ribbon in the Grand Prix breaking a tie with the legendary Rodney Jenkins for the most victories in the event.
Vale, who won all four of the top jumper classes this week collected a 15-thousand dollar first place check.
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The Roanoke Valley Horse Show finished up yesterday, but not before a group of 25 girls made some lasting memories at the Meadowbrooke Stables horse camp. Steve Mason takes us to class.
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Area youngsters will suit up with NFL and NBA players tomorrow as the Roanoke Valley All Stars Clinic begins.
Philadelphia 76er George Lynch begins his week long basketball camp at Patrick Henry High School.
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The NFL's Ronde and Tiki Barber also return home to the Roanoke Valley for the third year of their football camp.


The football camp run through Wednesday with a combine for high school senior on Thursday.
But football isn't the only lesson taught.
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In golf, Fran Hensley wins the Linwood Ladies Invitational in Martinsville. Hensley shot a 71 today for a 142 and a 1 shot win over five time champion Dot Bolling.
Jessica Witcher was second and Debbie Young third.

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