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Just ahead on NEWS 7 at six.
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The search for a man suspected of shooting and wounding a Pittsylvania County woman comes to an end.... when the suspect apparently commits suicide inside a local business.
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And, NASA makes a big announcement involving the city of Danville.[Sports-Head]


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In sports, Tiger Woods has increased his lead after three rounds of the British open.
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And Stephen Davis reported to the Washington Redskin training camp this afternoon.
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A man accused of shooting a Pittsylvania County woman apparently commits suicide.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


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Authorities say 41 year old Bobby Darell Stallings apparently died from a self inflicted gun shot wound to the head.
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A worker at Brosville Auto Repair found Stallings in the front office shortly before noon.
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Stallings was wanted by Pittsylvania County authorities for shooting 37 year old Lisa Watson Abbott in the chest and leg yesterday.
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((STEVE LILLARD/FOUND STALLINGS: WHEN I WALKED IN I SAW THE GENTLEMAN, I YELLED HE DIDN'T MOVE, THEN I WALKED OVER TO TAP HIM ON HIS FOOT AND HE DIDN'T MOVE SO THAT'S WHEN I CALLED 911.))
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Authorities believe Stallings entered the repair shop through an unlocked door.
An autopsy will be performed next week in Roanoke.
Abbott, meanwhile, underwent surgery yesterday.
There's no word on her condition.
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Mental health experts are trying to figure out why Virginia has seen so many murder-suicides this year.
The state Medical Examiner's office has counted eleven so far.
That's more than took place all of last year in the state.
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There have been two murder-suicides in our area this month alone.
Nearly two weeks ago, an elderly Roanoke County nurse reportedly shot and killed her husband then turned the gun on herself.
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Just days earlier - police say a Martinsville man murdered his father, sister, and adopted son before killing himself.
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A criminal justice professor at Radford University says such incidents tend to peak in the summer.
But he says there's no way to explain the high number of murder suicides because each case is so personal.


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Operation Lightining Strike has netted more arrests .. Earlier this week, 20 people from Virginia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania were indicted on charges of manufacturing and distributing moonshine...
Today, several people were arrested in Hillsboro, North Carolina and charged with illegal liquor violations. A-T-F agents seized 400-to-500 gallons of moonshine and seized three cars.

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Police have located the tractor-trailer driver involved in yesterday's fatal accident on I-81, near the Arcadia exit.
But they're still looking for the tailgaiter who may have caused the wreck.
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Police say 19-year-old Ami Lynn Whisler was traveling South when she tried to change lanes to get out of the way of an aggressive driver.
Whisler struck the tractor-trailer and crossed into the Northbound lanes where she hit a convertible.
Whisler was killed.
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Police have questioned the truck driver - who says he wasn't aware of the accident.
The alleged tailgaiter hasn't been tracked down.

He's believed to be driving a black sports car with Florida plates.[Fatal-Accidents]


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Three separate accidents overnight killed four people.
In Pittsylvania County, 35-year-old Roy Wayne Weatherford and 42-year-old Brenda Darlene Johnson were killed when their cars collided on Route 640.
In Henry County, State Police say 42-year-old Ricky Lane Ferguson lost control of his vehicle on Route 606, around one A-M.
And a woman was killed in a head-on collision in Franklin County.
Police say 29-year old Gloria Diane Rogers, crossed the center line of Rt. 116 and struck another car.

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The Vietnam War claimed 58-thousand American lives.
Several of those who survived the war gathered today in Lynchburg to honor the medics and flight crews who helped wounded soldiers make it back home.
Joy Sutton has details.
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(( Wayne Cunningham is just one of out the thousands of soldiers who were wounded in the Vietnam War.
And he still vividly remembers the day he was injured on the battlefield.
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((WAYNE CUNNINGHAM/VIETNAM VETERAN:I DROPPED A GRENADE INTO A FOX HOLE WITH A 50 CALIBER MACHINE GUN AND RAN TO CATCH UP WITH THE REST OF MY CREW AND THEN A BULLET SLAMMED INTO ME AND HIT ME IN THE NECK.EXITED THE NECK AND LEFT ME QUADRIPLEGIC)) [RUNS15]
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During the Vietnam War more than 350-thousand soldiers were injured.
And Cunningham say he's thankful he made it home alive.
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((WAYNE CUNNINGHAM:WITHOUT THE HELICOPTER CREW, THE MEDICS THAT WERE ON THE GROUND WITH US, THE NURSES THE DOCTOR. I WOULDN'T BE WITH YOU FOLKS TODAY)) [RUNS07]
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Cunningham gathered with other Vietnam Veteran at the American Legion Post 196 in Lynchburg for a reunion.
But also to pay tribute to those like Marie Sweeney, who was an army nurse in the war, and helped save lives.
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((MARIE SWEENEY: I DIDN'T GO INTO NURSING TO FEEL HONORED OR FEEL SPECIAL. THAT WAS MY JOB. AND I FEEL LIKE I DID A GOOD JOB AND SOMEBODY BENEFITED FROM WHAT I DID THEN THAT WAS MY REWARD)) [RUNS17]
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But at this reunion , many of the vets say they just wanted to say thank you.
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((WAYNE CUNNINGHAM: THERE ARE NO WORDS THAT YOU CAN USE TO TELL THEM HOW MUCH YOU CARE. A GOOD HUG, AND A GOOD SQUEEZE AND I LOVE YOU IS THE THING THAT YOU REALLY WANT TO GIVE THESE FOLKS)) [RUNS14]
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And while their external wounds have healed -- many say reunions, like this one, help heal their wounds on the inside.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Lynchburg.))















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Some good news this week for the city of Bedford .. We'll have this week's business review after the break.
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And NASA make a major announcement in Danville...We'll tell you how experiments conducted locally could impact travelers nationwide.
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Danville Regional Airport will serve as test site for a NASA program that could have a big economic impact on the region.
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Today, a NASA official talked to local officials about how the airport will serve as research site for its small aircraft transportation system research program.
The goal of the program is to improve small aircraft technology, that would inturn make travel to smaller airports more affordable.
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((BRUCE HOLMES/NASA: THE IDEA IS THAT IN 10 YEARS AS A RESULT OF THESE TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS, WHICH TAKE TIME TO MATURE. THAT YOU COULD FLY BETWEEN ANY SMALL AIRPORT IN THE COUNTRY, AT COSTS JUST LIKE YOU BUY AT ANY OF THE BIG AIRPORTS))

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Danville will also serve as a place to study the economic impact this type of technology would have on an area.
Congressman Virgil Goode says he's excited about the possibilities
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((DANVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT IS A TREMENDOUS FACILITY AND THIS WILL HELP FOCUS MORE ATTENTION ON IT, AND BRING MORE TRAFFIC TO THE OTHER, AND ALSO HELP THE AREA BUSINESS AND CITIZENS))
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The budget must still be approved by Congress, but NASA say either way the project will go forward it just might take more time.
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Virginia Tech has already agreed to assist with the research.

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A million-dollar company chooses to expand in Bedford .. and another reaches the end of an expansion era.
Jennifer Miele covers those stories and more in this week's business review.
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(( This week in review... In Service America has teamed-up with Bedford County to bring in 300 plus telemarketing jobs.
The company currently employs four-hundred people in the Lynchburg and Bedford County area, and will soon be the county's largest employer.
The move to the 50,000 square foot Shell Building will be complete by the end of the year.
First Union has decided to sell off several local departments and branches.
The restructuring has taken its toll on profits.
The Charlotte-based company posted a substantial loss this quarter as stockholders actually forfeited two dollars and twenty five cents per share.
Company officials say after the changes are complete, earnings will begin to rise.
Roanoke Catholic's plan to donate money for improvements at Washington Park has been a hot topic of debate.
But Wednesday, the children who use the park got the chance to voice their opinion.
While many kids are excited about the changes, their elders are afraid the plan will push them out of a park that's part of their neighborhood.
The Dow industrials fell 110 points, down 79 points for the week. The Nasdaq Composite Index closed down 90 points, 152 points lower for the week.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele, and that this week's business review.))






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Still ahead on News 7 .. It's a well kept secret in Bedford.
We'll take you on a historic tour in this week's edition of Time Off.
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And some local bikers hop on their "Hogs" in an effort to raise money for some special dogs...we'll explain.

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Dozens of local bikers strapped on their helmets in the Roanoke Valley today to take part in "Hogs for Dogs".


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The Harley Owners Group and the Ladies of Harley took part in a poker run this morning to raise money for the Saint Francis of Assisi Service Dog Foundation.
The organization provides professionally trained service dogs for persons with physical and or emotional disabilities.
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((GOLDIE GRISSO/ST. FRANCIS BOARD MEMBER: WE HAVE PROBABLY ALREADY SEEN EIGHT RECIPIENTS RECEIVE DOGS IN THE ROANOKE AREA AND TO WITNESS A RECIPIENT AND THEIR SERVICE DOG GAIN THE INDEPENDENCE AND ABILITY TO DO THINGS THEY HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO DO BEFORE IS WONDERFUL.))
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Organizers say all money raised will go toward buying service dogs and training them.
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In 1895, the Bedford newspaper proclaimed it "the handsomest building in town."
The Masonic Temple served as Liberty Lodge for nearly 80 years ..
Now, it's the Bedford City-County Museum .. and, as Meredyth Censullo reports, it's a great place to spend your Time Off...
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(( ((44:11 PROBABLY ONCE A WEEK I GET SOMEONE WHO SAYS "I'VE LIVED ALL MY LIFE IN BEDFORD COUNTY AND I HAVE NEVER BEEN IN THIS BUILDING.))
Ellen Wandrei is always ready to welcome new visitors to the Bedford Museum .. Where lessons in local history mix with a touch of humorous nostalgia.
((41:07 - :16 MY FAVORITE IS A LITTLE SKETCH OF A TRAIN GOING OFF AND THE MAN'S LUGGAGE IS STILL AT THE DEPOT!))
Visitors here get a sense of the impact this town's had on the future of our nation .. Where tales of local soldiers are plentiful .. Like Michael Townsend Mattox - who lost his leg in the Civil War - and who replaced it with this wooden limb!
((38:04 UNFORTUNATELY HE HAD PLENTY OF TIME TO MAKE HIS WOODEN LEG - HE ENDED UP BEING A PRISONER OF WAR.))
While most people DON'T know about Mattox - many DO know about area soldiers' significant role during WOrld War Two.
23 Bedford men died on Omaha Beach -
((52:48 - :57 19 BRIAN WITT/BEDFORD MUSEUM: TOTAL ON THE FIRST DAY. 2 MORE AFTER THAT. BEDFORD HAD A SIGNIFICANT PART IN THE D-DAY INVASION.))
At the Museum's "Bedford Service at Home and Abroad" display, you'll learn more about the local soldiers who died - and the ones who returned home. Across the hall - hear the tales of Bedford's African-American soldiers...
((1:01:19-:24 LOUISE BONDS/BEDFORD MUSEUM: THAT'S MY MAIN AIM - TO GET AS MANY LOCAL PICTURES AS I COULD))
Louise Bonds spent years chronicling local black history .. From leaders in education, to sports stars...
((1:15:36 grandma and kid)) Throughout this historic building, there's a little something for young and old .. And Ellen Wandrei invites you to spend your time off here - you'll learn a lot about Bedford, and you might even learn a little about yourself...
((44:23-:25 THESE ARE YOUR RELATIVES.... BUTT TO: 44:31-:36 THEY ARE THE PEOPLE THAT MAKE UP THE FOUNDATION OF YOUR COMMUNITY.))
Meredyth Censullo, News 7, Bedford.))
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And coming up, Stephen Davis and LeVar Arrington report to the Washington Redskin training camp today Tiger Woods continues to lead the British open.
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Running Back Stephen Davis ended his hold out and reported to the Washington Redskin training camp today.
Mike Sevens has more on Davis and the progress of the man he'll be running behind rookie Chris Samuels.
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Rookie Linebacker LeVar Arrington reported to camp today. He gets a 7 year deal worth 50 million dollars.




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Tiger Woods is putting together another run-away in a major golf tournament.
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Woods, the top player in the game, is 18 holes away from completing the career Grand Slam at age 24.
He shot a 5 under par 67 today for a six shot lead after the third round of the British open. Woods is 16 under par leading David Duval and Thomas Bjorn who are tied for second at 10 under par.
Duval would put together one of the best rounds of the day shooting 66. Woods and Duval will play together tomorrow.
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Loren Robertsk, Darren Clark and David Toms are 7 shots back.

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The Town of Independence is one again hosting a state baseball tournament.
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This weekend the town has the 2000 Dixie Boys 13 and 14 year old state tournaments which the town hosted in 1992 and 1996.
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((TERRY JENNINGS/GRAYSON CO. RECREATION DIRECTOR: OUT AREA GRAYSON COUNTY WE'VE HAD A LOT OF SUPPORT FROM OUR BOARD OS SUPERVISORRS DOWN TO OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES SIGNING CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP AND THAT TYPE THING IN ORDER TO PUT ON A TOURNAMENT IF THIS MAGNITUDE.))
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And this event is a big deal because the two winning teams advance to the World Series to represent the state of Virginia.
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((KEN NELSON/STATE DIRECTOR: THEY REALLY UNDERSTAND THIS IS FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA ITS NOT FOR THEIR HOMETOWN OR FOR THEIR DISTRICT OR WHATEVER THEYU REPRESENTT VIRGINIA AND THEY START PLAYING THAT WAY.))
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Jon Wood finished third in this past weekend's Kroger/Pepsi 250 that aired live right here on your Hometown Station. He will double his trouble this coming weekend.
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Wood will race in the Pepsi/Kroger 350 Saturday night. Not only will he race 100 laps around the .416 mile oval in a late model stock car, but he will also race another 250 laps in his Hooters ProCup Series car in the Kroger 250 presented by Pepsi.
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((JON WOOD/HOOTERS PROCUP ROOKIE:)) ((EDDIE WOOD/JON'S DAD:))
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