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They're getting ready to fire up the fireworks and those howitzers at Victory Stadium. That'll kick off our Indep
endence Day edition of NEWS 7.
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And the story of a couple who melted into each others' arms ...60-years after the romance began... with a major detour along the way.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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Tonight on News 7 sports, the Yankees wear the stripes but see stars forever against the Orioles. Some local ladies are taking their soccer skills across the Atlantic to see if they have game.
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Two ladies who already are on the other side of the big pond make their mark at Wimbledon.
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Dry for most tonight but heavy showers continue to flood parts of southwest Virginia. We will check that out in a moment. [open]
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The bands are already warming up ... for a Roanoke Fourth of July tradition.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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The 24th annual "Music for America" kicks off tonight at 8 PM at Victory Stadium. There's more than music of course .. it ends with plenty of fireworks.
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Joy Sutton is at the stadium where last-minute preparations are under way.
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[WRITER=ejo]
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Police in Danville today discovered a murder victim in his own home.
They entered the Wesly Drive apartment of 26 year old Early Wayne Watlington and found his body on the floor.
Police say Watlington appeared to have stab wounds to the back and a trauma wound to the head.
Officers were called to the apartment after relatives said they wanted to check on Watlington.
Danville police are asking anyone with information on the case to give them a call.



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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=kwe]
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Roanoke County fire officials say a fire inspection company has allegedly been faking inspections for years.
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Roanoke County's assistant Fire Marshal says two men have been identifying themselves with the fire department and charging companies for inspecting fire extinguishers.
Rodney Ferguson says there are ways to protect your company.
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((RODNEY FERGUSON: CHECK WITH THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU, CHECK WITH LOCAL FIRE MARSHALL'S OFFICE OR FIRE DEPARTMENT IF SOME ONE COMES IN REPRESENTING THE FIRE DEPARTMENT THEY SHOULD HAVE IDENTIFICATION USUALLY A UNIFORM.))
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So far the two men have not been arrested and charged. Officials won't release the name of their company. They say it operated only in the Roanoke valley.

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On this Independence Day Governor Gilmore is refusing to make any declarations about which man he wants to succeed him.
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The chief executive says either Lieutenant Governor John Hager or attorney general Mark Earley would be a strong candidate.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: I THINK THE LT. GOVERNOR HAS SERVED COMMENDABLY IN THE STATE SENATE, HE HAS WORKED VERY HARD FOR IT AS HAS THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.THE ATTORNEY GENERAL HAS BEEN A GOOD PARTNER IN GOVERNMENT TO ME. I THINK THE REPUBLICANS WILL OFFER AN EXCELLENT CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR THAT THE PEOPLE WILL PUT THEIR FAITH IN.))
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Political analyst Larry Sabato says it's probably a good idea for Gilmore to hold off on an endorsement.
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((LARRY SABATO/POLITICAL ANALYST: HE CAN DO A LOT OF GOOD FOR A CANDIDATE BEHIND THE SCENES, GIVING HELP, SENDING POLITICAL CONSULTANTS THE CANDIDATE'S WAY, SENDING CONTRIBUTORS TO THE CANDIDATE. BUT THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT AN ENDORSEMENT THAT TURNS VIRGINIANS OFF AND ALWAYS HAS.))
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Sabato says some Republicans have tried to talk either Hager or Earley into sitting out this election to avoid a fight for the nomination.
So far, no takers.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Computers can help find missing persons. Still ahead, see why one county is giving "Child Alert" a look.
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And we'll get our own look from above .. aboard one of the balloons flying over the valley this weekend.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[**NOTE ANCHOR TAG**]
There's plenty of color in skies over Lexington and Rockbridge County.
Hot air balloons are flying in the "One Valley Balloon Rally."
We sent Kate Weidaw up in one of them, and even in light winds, it took ground crews a while to find where she came down.
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With one and a half years of experience Bill Kumbera readies his balloon for lift off.

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((BILL KUMBERA: WHEN WE LEFT THE GROUND IT'S NOT SO MUCH LIKE THE BALLOON HAS LEFT THE GROUND THAT THE EARTH IS MOVING AWAY FROM IT.))
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Only the wind will tell the direction the balloon will travel. And on this particular day the wind was almost nonexistent.

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((BILL KUMBERA: WE'RE GOING TO GO UP AND SEE WHAT THE WINDS ARE LIKE HIGHER.))
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((BILL: YOU ACTUALLY CLIMB MUCH FASTER.))
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((BILL: IN A BALLOON THEN AN ELEVATOR BUT YOU DON'T FEEL IT.))
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The scenery however isn't hard to miss.

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((LOOK AROUND AND YOU SEE THE BEST THINGS ABSOLUTE GORGEOUS UNLESS I'M HITTING THE BURNERS YOU HAVE QUIET.))
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((IT'S THE FREEDOM YOU HAVE FREEDOM QUIET AND RELAXATION.))
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But that comes to an end when it's time to land. An open corn field, with out roads and no one around was the landing spot. Now the job is hoping the chase crew can find the balloon and its passengers.

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((SOUND OF BILL ON WALKIE TALKIE WITH CHASE CREW))
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An hour later and in the dark the chase crew finds the balloon. For Bill it maybe just another hot air balloon ride but it's his passengers that matter most.

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((MY BEST EXPERIENCE IS WITH MY PASSENGERS WATCHING THE PASSENGERS HOW MUCH THEY ENJOY IT AND HOW MUCH FUN IT IS.))
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Kate Weidaw News 7 Rockbridge County.))
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If you're interested in taking a hot air balloon ride, the One Valley Balloon Rally will offer tethered rides this evening from 7-30 until 10.

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The Rockbridge County Sheriff's Department is the first law agency in the state that will install a new computer program which helps locate missing persons.
Wallace and Dorothy Fugo (Foh-GO) donated the 250 dollars needed to start Child Alert.
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The founders of C-A-F demonstrated how the computer can be used to send out descriptions of missing persons with just one keystroke.
The program was initially developed to help find missing and abducted children, but it has been used to locate people of all ages.
It is now up and running in seven states.
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[super=01-Bob Day/Rockbridge Co. Sheriff; :15]

((VINCENT ALBERS/CHILD ALERT CO-FOUNDER: WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS DEPUTIZE THE PUBLIC. WITH ALL THE CELL PHONE AND PAGERS OUT THERE WE WANT THE POLICE TO BE ABLE TO NOTIFY AS MANY PEOPLE IN KEY POSITIONS AS POSSIBLE IN THE REST OF THE COMMUNITY. BOB DAY/ROCKBRIDGE CO. SHERIFF: IT'S ALSO A WAY WE CAN PUT THIS INFORMATION OUT TO THE MEDIA AND BASICALLY ANYONE WE CHOOSE. IT CAN BE DISSEMINATED QUICKLY AT LEAST OVER A 100 MILE RADIUS.))
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The C-A-F operates off of donations. You can dial up the web page at www.childalert.org. for more information.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Donations received at the Bruce Allen July Fourth Celebration will help pay the 250-dollar installation fee for the 911 Center in Buena Vista.
The free concert is just getting underway at Wal Mart in Lexington.


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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Financial markets were closed today for the July 4th holiday. Our stock report returns tomorrow.
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And we'll return shortly with a wedding ceremony decades in the making. High school sweethearts each married someone else. Now, 60 years later- -on Independence Day- - they tie the knot.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=mjo]
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They were high school sweethearts.
Today, they married ... 60 years later.
Marya Jones has the story of two widows who rekindled their long-ago romance.
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((I'D LIKE TO PROPOSE A TOAST TO MY FATHER, EARL SPRUILL SENIOR AND HIS BRIDE TO BE, JANE WINLEY MARTIN.))
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Getting to this kiss took Earl Spruill and his high school sweetheart, Jane, 60 years.
The couple met their senior year.
They later moved away from each other and married other people.
But they never forgot one other.
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((JANE MARTIN: I THOUGHT OF HIM A WHOLE LOT BUT I KNEW HE WAS MARRIED AND SO WAS I.))
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Jane lost her husband 12 years ago.
And after Earl lost HIS wife 10 years later, family members set up a reunion.
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((EARL SPRUILL: THAT WAS IT. WE COULD TELL. WE JUST WALKED OVER TO EACH OTHER AFTER 60 YEARS. JANE: AND WE MELTED IN EACH OTHER'S ARMS. EARL: THAT'S RIGHT. I MEAN THAT'S IT. AND YOU KNOW WHAT? IT'S LIKE A MIRACLE, IT'S LIKE A DREAM.))
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Today, they're getting married.
Which Earl says is following his heart AND the advice of his first wife.
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((EARL: SHE SAID IF ANYTHING HAPPENS TO ME, I'LL DIE BEFORE YOU DO. SHE SAID, THERE'S A GIRL THAT STILL LOVES YOU BUT SHE'S MARRIED. BUT IF ANYTHING EVER HAPPENS, JUST BE SURE YOU DO THINGS RIGHT.))
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((NATSOT MINISTER: WITH THIS RING I THEE WED. EARL: WITH THIS RING I THEE WED.))
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((EARL SPRUILL, JR.: WE THINK THEY'RE WELL-SUITED FOR EACH OTHER AND THEY'RE IN GOOD HEALTH SO THEY CAN ENJOY EACHOTHER'S COMPANY FOR QUITE A LONG TIME.))
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((JANE: I'M GLAD I GOT HIM. BECAUSE A WHOLE LOT OF OTHER GIRLS WANT HIM. BUT THEY'RE NOT GOING TO HAVE HIM.))
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The couple will spend their honeymoon in Colorado and return to live at his house on Bent Mountain.
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((MINISTER: I PRONOUNCE THAT THEY ARE HUSBAND AND WIFE IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER AND OF THE SON AND OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. AMEN. EARL, YOU MAY KISS YOUR BRIDE. ))
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((VOICE OF EARL: IT'S JUST UNBELIEVABLE. GOD HAD A PLAN. I KNOW HE DID AND SO IT CAN BE NOTHING BUT SUCCESS.))
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Theirs is a story of love lost, but not forgotten, and found again. Marya Jones, News 7, Roanoke County.))[Sports

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Coming your way tonight on News 7 sports soccer is making news along with the Williams' sisters at Wimbledon. We'll check on some afternoon baseball in the big leagues,
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and get caught up with two former Friday Football Extra stars, who made their marks as running backs at Patrick Henry.

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The grass courts of the all-England Tennis Club seem like a strange place to exhibit patriotism, but today it was the perfect setting for Americans to shine.
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This morning, 18 year old Serena Williams ousted Lisa Raymond in a blowout. The eighth seed won 6-2 and 6-love in match that lasted just 41 minutes. Serena then headed to center court to watch older sister Venus try to upset top seed Martin Hingis. This match would take two hours and 13 minutes, but Venus was up to the challenge as she beat Hingis 6-3, 4-6 and 6-3, much to the delight of her dad Richard Williams. Venus and Serena will now meet each other in the semi-finals on Thursday.
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The Major League baseball grill was full this afternoon as the league shifted much of its action to the afternoon for this Fourth of July holiday. We begin in New York where the Yankees hosted the Orioels.
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Baltimore provided all of the fireworks in this one as three of the O's first ten batters - Mike Bordick, Harold Baines and Brady Anderson each lit up the sky with homeruns off losing pitcher David Cone. In all, Cone would give up four homers on the day as the O's win it 7-to-6.
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The Yankees did not lose any ground to the front running Blue Jays. The Jays were beaten today by the Cleveland Indians - 9 to 4. Russell Branyan hit two homers to power the Tribe, and Cleveland scored 6 more runs in the 7th.
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The Roanoke Stars are headed overseas.
Three of the Roanoke Valley Youth teams are going to Denmark and Sweden later this month.
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Most of the girls on the Stars Under 14 team have never been out the country.
But they know they'll have to play a different brand of soccer once they're out of the states.
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Part of the time the Roanoke girls will be staying with girls they hosted here last year.
Coach Wimmer says on this trip the girls will learn more than just soccer.
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The team leaves July 13th for the 17 day trip, and yes many of the moms are going along as chaperones.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The United States women's national soccer team took care of business last night by winning the inaugural World Gold Cup championship.
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[SUPER=03-Foxboro, MA/espn2; :00]

The 8 nation, 16 match tournament came down to red hot Americans and the always dangerous Brazilians. Tiffany Milbrett's goal in the 44th minute of play on the pass from Mia Hamm turned out to be the only score as the US wins it 1-to-nothing.
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The national team is now unbeaten in its last 42 tournament games played in the states dating back to 1990.
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Former Friday Football Extra player of the week James Hickenbotham broke a few of Tiki Barber's high school records here in the valley, and he is still following in his footsteps.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


James joined up with Tiki and Ronde Barber in teaching kids of the Roanoke Valley the game of football last week in their annual All-Stars clinic camp.
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James was the man at Patrick Henry his senior year, amassing over 22 hundred yards and 31 touchdowns. He spent time at Fork Union Military Academy before going to Arkansas State where he begins his second season with football and track and field.
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Another former Friday Football Extra star from Patrick Henry hopes to make his mark this season for the University of South Carolina. Jamie Price was a member of the Gamecocks' 4 by 100 meter relay team that won the national championship in the late 90's. But he also was a member of Lou Holtz's football team that went 0-and-11 last season.
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Price spent part of this summer back in the Roanoke Valley working odd jobs with his former track and football coach Jeff Johnson. This season he hopes to paint the town in Columbia and showcase his trademark speed.
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[OUT Q=...SPECIAL TEAMS MAN."]
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Price is still one of the fastest and smallest men on the field , playing division one football weighing only 150 pounds and standing just five feet four inches tall.
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