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Coming up.......
A local plant is moving the majority of its operations out of state... leaving 150 without jobs.
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And for the second time in two days - a young person is thrown from a pick-up truck bed and killed on a Virginia highway.



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150 people who work in Bedford County are losing their jobs.
Bunker Hill Foods will begin layoffs of production and administrative employees beginning August 25-th.
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Company officials say production will be moved to plants in Augusta, Georgia and Cape May, New Jersey.
The plant has been in Bedford County since 19-30 making canned beef stew, barbecue, sliced meats and gravies as well as tamales, hot dog chili and Brunswick stew.
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Once production is stopped the plant will become a warehouse distribution point and bulk packaging center for Bunker Hill that will employ 6 people.




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Another deadly accident on a Virginia interstate when a young man is thrown from the bed of a pick-up truck. (xxxxxxx) [TAKE FULL SCREEN]
The latest accident occurred in Alleghany County... in the east bound lane of Interstate 64 near Clifton Forge.
It happened 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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Just a day before - 2 teens were killed when they were thrown from the bed of a pickup truck on Interstate 81.
That accident has local lawmakers reviewing a new law that will soon take effect in the Commonwealth.
Joy Sutton reports.
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(( 17 year old Christopher Scott Smith and 16 year old Johnna Lee Hamilton died Friday after they were thrown from the back of this pick-up truck after it blew tire and swerved across the median and spun around.
The two were cousins from Georgia on a family vacation.
State Senator John Edwards believes children should not ride in the back of a pick-up because it's too dangerous.
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((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS: IT REALLY HIGHLIGHTS THE NEED TO HAVE A NEW LAW LIKE THIS. WHEN YOU'RE IN THE BACK OF A PICK-UP TRUCK YOU HAVE NO SEAT BELT))
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Effective July 1st a new law states: that no person under 16 years of age shall be transported in the rear cargo area of any pick-up truck on Virginia Highways.
The only exceptions are organized parades and farm related transportation.
In this deadly accident the cargo area was covered by a camper -- but under the law that will still be considered illegal.
Delegate Morgan Griffith voted against the bill.
He says the government can't ensure safety-- and the law is unfair to the poor.
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH: IN THE RURAL AREAS OF THE STATE POOR PEOPLE ARE NOW GOING TO HAVE A HARD TIME TRANSPORTING TO A FAMILY EVENT TO A FAMILY REUNION))
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And Griffith believes enforcement of the law will be an issue with people coming from other states.
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((DEL. GRIFFITH: THEY COME INTO VIRGINIA. THEY DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE LAW WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO DO WITH THE EXTRA PEOPLE))
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While the teenagers killed in the fatal accident would not have been affected by the new law -- Edwards hopes someday that will change.
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((SEN. EDWARDS: ONE THING WOULD BE TO INCREASE THE AGE FROM 15 TO 17 TO COVER ALL MINORS BECAUSE I THINK WE AS A SOCIETY HAVE AN OBLIGATION TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN))
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A motorcycle accident in Giles County yesterday sent one man to the hospital.
47 year old Douglas McCoy was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial and is in stable condition after he lost control of his Harley Davidson on Route 100 just south of Route 681.
His passenger, William Mills, lost his leg in the accident but officials say his injuries do not appear life threatening.
Authorities believe alcohol and speed were factors in the accident.






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Hundreds of homeowners in Pine Junction, Colorado, gave thanks to the fire fighters who saved their homes from last week's wildfires.
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They threw a heroes parade, lining the streets cheering, whistling and clapping to show their appreciation.
The two fires burned more than 10,000 acres each near Rocky Mountain National Park and Pine Junction.
More than 70 structures, including at least 60 homes, burned. Crews are still completing work on these two fires.


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It was a dangerous weekend on the Smith Mountain Lake waterways.
We'll have details of two boating accidents, coming up on News 7 Sunday morning.
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Plus...
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You can see the sights and hear the sounds of times past in the Roanoke Valley this weekend.
We'll tell you what's going on for the Commemoration of the Battle of Hanging Rock, just ahead.
Stick around.
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The 50th anniversary of the Korean War has turned into a celebration of the move toward reconciliation between North and South Korea.
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The two sides agreed to work toward reunification and end decades of animosity during a two day summit earlier this month.
Despite the progress, South Korea's president urged his armed forces to remain alert.
He says reuniting the Korean peninsula would require vigilance as well as generosity.
The Korean War was waged from 1950 to 53.
It left nearly five million people dead, wounded or missing, and ended without a permanent peace treaty and the two Koreas have been locked in a tense standoff ever since.
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Another war is being remembered in the Roanoke Valley this weekend.
It's all part of the 136-th commemoration of the Battle of Hanging Rock.
A new monument now stands in Roanoke County in honor of those who fought in that Civil War.
Andrew Freiden has more in this week's Eye on Virginia.
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[Health-Week]


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A headache could be a sign of high blood pressure.
And women fighting high cholesterol with drugs may be helping their bones.
Dr. Dave Hnida has those stories and more in today's Health Week report.
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((ON CAM WOMEN WHO TAKE DRUGS TO LOWER CHOLESTEROL MAY ALSO BE DOING MORE THAN PROTECTING THEIR HEARTS- THEY MAY ALSO BE GETTING THICKER BONES.

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AND THAT'S GREAT NEWS CONSIDERING MILLIONS OF AMERICAN WOMEN TAKE DRUGS TO LOWER THEIR CHOLESTEROL. A STUDY IN THE JOURNAL THE LANCET SHOWS WOMEN OVER AGE 60 WHO USE THE SO CALLED STATIN CLASS OF DRUGS TO LOWER CHOLESTEROL NOT ONLY KEEP BONE FROM BEWING LOST- THEY MAY ACTUALLY WIND UP BUILDING NEW BONE.- TAKES ABOUT A YEAR. EXAMPLES OF STATIN DRUGS INCLUDE MEVACOR, ZOCOR, LIPITOR, LESCOL AND PRAVACHOL

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ALSO THIS WEEK- MOST WOMEN REALIZE HOW IMPORTANT MAMMOGRAMS ARE WHEN IT COMES TO FINDING BREAST CANCER AT AN EARLY-STAGE. BUT FEW WOMEN REALIZE HOW IMPORTANT A CLINICAL BREAST EXAM- BY A DOCTOR IS. A STUDY FROM THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL SHOWS BREAST EXAMS CAN DETECT CANCERS MAMMOGRAMS CANNOT. IN FACT, IN THIS STUDY- 16% OF ALL CANCERS FOUND BY A CLINICAL BREAST EXAM- WERE MISSED ON A MAMMOGRAM SO WOMEN- YOU NEED THREE THINGS: A YEARLY MAMMOGRAM- A MONTHLY SELF EXAM, AND YEARLY BREAST EXAM BY YOUR DOCTOR.

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AND FINALLY- GOT A HEADACHE?CHECK YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE. WE USED TO THINK HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE WAS A SILENT DISEASE - NO SYMPTOMS. BUT A STUDY IN THE ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE FINDS THE RATE OF CHRONIC HEADACHES SKYROCKETS WHEN PEOPLE HAVE EVEN A MILD ELEVATION IN THEIR BLOOD PRESSURE..JUST A COUPLE OF POINTS TOO HIGH IS ENOUGH TO MAKE YOUR NOGGIN POUND- SO FIX THE BLOOD PRESSURE AND SAY GOODBYE HEADACHES.
ON CAM THATS A LOOK AT SOME OF THIS WEEKS TOP HEALTH STORIES. IM DR DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS.))



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Education pioneer Booker T- Washington was honored in Franklin County yesterday... as dozens of his relatives made their way to the area.
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They were rewarded with the unveiling of a new statue in his honor.
More than 100 Washington relatives showed up to share in their history and see his birthplace.
The tobacco plantation where he was born a slave is now home to the Booker T. Washington National Monument.
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((ERICA HOYT/WASHINGTON RELATIVE: IT'S SO WONDERFUL TO SEE WHAT THE SLAVES AND BOOKER T. HIMSELF WENT THROUGH AND TO SEE THE GROUNDS AND ITS SUCH A TOUCHING MOMENT TO WALK ON THE GROUNDS HE HAS WALKED ON AND FOR THE YOUNG PEOPLE TO SEE WHERE WE'VE COME FROM AND WHERE WE'RE GOING FROM HERE.))
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From his humble beginnings, Washington went on to be a prominent educator, author and advisor to U-S presidents.
This was the first time relatives held a reunion at his birthplace.
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Mike Tyson scored eight million dollars for 38 seconds of boxing.
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That's how long it took Tyson to take down Lou Savarese (SAH'-vah-rees).
Savarese was sent to the mat just 12 seconds into the bout.
Savarese struggled to get up. Tyson pounded him some more and quickly referee John Coyle stopped the fight.
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The New York Islanders made hockey history by selecting 18-year-old Boston University goalie Rick DiPietro with the first pick in yesterday's N-H-L entry draft.
It was the first time a goalie was taken with the first pick.

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Plenty of folks came to Valley View Mall yesterday in hopes of being the one to tell magazine readers that milk does a body good.
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Dozens showed off their milky mustaches hoping to be the one chosen to grace the pages of E-S-P-N the magazine.
One winner will be chosen from Roanoke to be featured on the why-milk website and for a chance to compete in the national competition.
This was all part of Dairy Days at the mall a chance to highlight the importance of drinking milk.
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((JANET GRUBBS/SE UNITED DIARY INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION:MORE THAN 3 OUT OF 4 TEENAGERS ARE NOT GETTING ENOUGH MILK AND THAT'S THE CRITICAL GROWTH STAGE FOR THEIR BONES BUILDING 45 PERCENT OF BONE MASS IN AGES 9 THROUGH 19. SO IT'S IMPORTANT THAT TEENAGERS FOCUS ON GETTING MILK AND THEN AS WE AGE WE STILL NEED MILK. WE HAVE RISK FOR OSTEOPOROSIS))
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There were also cows on hand for the children to pet.
This event was held in honor of national dairy month.
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Coming up......
A deadly explosion rips apart the largest oil refinery in Kuwait.
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And accidents on Smith Mountain Lake injure two people - including a child.
We'll have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Two accidents on Smith Mountain Lake injured at least two people this weekend.
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Around one this morning a boat struck an island in the Blackwater section of the lake in Franklin County.
Five people were on board, a woman was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital with head and back injuries.
The driver is being charged with operating a motorboat under the influence and reckless operation of a motorboat.


The investigation continues.
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[take Bedford CO FS MAP] A New Jersey woman faces charges after an accident on the Witcher Creek arm of Smith Mountain Lake in Bedford County.


The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries says a child was injured in the near head-on collision yesterday afternoon.
Marlene Gunn of New Jersey faces charges of failing to veer to the right when meeting another boat head to head.
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A 9 year old and a 3 year old child and Gunn's husband were in the boat with her.
The Game and Inland Fisheries Department says the 9-year-old suffered facial lacerations. No one else was injured, including the three people in the second boat.


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A leak caused Kuwait's largest oil refinery to explode and kill three people.
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But officials aren't sure what touched off the escaping gas.
43 other workers were hurt in the this morning's blast.
The refinery has a capacity of nearly a half million barrels a day.
It has been shut down.
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An alleged abduction off of Interstate 81 led to a car chase yesterday.
A woman says she and her child were abducted at knife point by her husband around 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Natural Bridge Exxon off the interstate.
State Police say Daryl Stacey Harris was later spotted near exit 150 in Troutville.
Authorities say when they tried to pull him over he fled down alternate route 2-20 in Botetourt County and was stopped near Reed Mountain Road.
Harris has been charged with felony child endangerment and two counts of felony abduction.



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Companies are finding a valuable workforce - behind bars.
From Patriot Missile parts to bath towels, convicts in federal prisons alone are creating products that bring in annual sales approaching 500-Million dollars.
But critics charge that too many robbers, rapists and murderers are taking jobs away from the tax-paying citizens.
Lesley Stahl takes a look.
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That story and more on 60 Minutes tonight at seven here on your Hometown Station.


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Some folks are spending the weekend stepping back in time.
Andrew Freiden has more now on the 136th Commemoration of the Battle of Hanging Rock.
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Andrew ON RECORD with guest(s)

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Still to come on News 7... The Legacy Museum of African American History opens in Lynchburg this weekend. We'll show you some highlights, just ahead.
Plus Tiki and Ronde are back in town this week. We'll tell you about the All-Star Clinics.
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And after all these years - is John Shaft still all that? We'll tell you what Roger Ebert thinks about the remade 70s icon.
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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.))



[Ebert-Picks]


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Detective John Shaft survived the 70s - and he's back in 2000 - under the direction of Boyz-N-the-Hood director John Singleton.
Can you dig it?
Roger Ebert has the answer.
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You can see Roger Ebert's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station. [2-shot toss to bump]


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Young athletes are honing their football and basketball skills this week as the All Star Clinics come to the Roanoke Valley.
Denise has more on what's up in this week's Sports Extra. [TOSS TO DENISE -- ON RECORD]
Denise ON RECORD with guest

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