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On NEWS 7 tonight, we'll consider whether broader medians and concrete barriers might prevent interstate highway
deaths.
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And we'll put you in the driver's seat of a Roanoke patrol car in the case of a high- speed chase that went to court today.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, we'll check out the OFFICIAL Michael Vick web site a day before it debuts on the web. And Vick is turing heads everywhere these days -
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even at the ACC coaches' meeting at the Homestead. More on that in a few minutes.
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Today's cloudy skies haven't really brought many showers to our area but the clouds are staying here tomorrow and the scenario is a bit different. Details are just ahead. [open]
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A series of deadly accidents on I-81 ... all involving vehicles that cross the median. Tonight, we'll hear whether V-DOT thinks concrete barriers are a workable way to save lives.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

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It happened most recently last Friday.
A fatal accident on Interstate 81 ... involving a car that crossed the median into oncoming traffic.
That accident, and many others in recent years, might have been far less serious .. if concrete barriers were in place to separate north and southbound traffic.
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Jennifer Miele is on the highway to tell us what V-DOT has to say about concrete barriers.
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Keith, the road you see behind me is considered "unprotected." If a driver were to lose control of his vehicle here, there is nothing to stop that vehicle from crossing the median and landing right in front of oncoming traffic.
While some drivers say a concrete barrier would help prevent many accidents, V-DOT officials say the solution is not that simple.
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This accident left two dead and four injured in Botetourt County when the driver lost control, crossed the median and hit an embankment.
Another accident in Botetourt County left seven more dead when the car hydroplaned, crossed the median, and hit a tractor trailer truck head on.
One dead and two injured after this vehicle went out of control, crossed the median, and hit a van.
All of these accidents may not have ended in fatalities if a concrete barrier was in place. V-DOT officials say they are aware of the need for more barriers on the intestates, but say that solution is not always feasible.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: THE CENTER PART OF THE INTERSTATE WAS NOT DESIGNED TO HAVE THAT MEDIAN THERE, I-81 WAS NOT DESIGNED THAT WAY SOME 50 YEARS AGO. THAT BEING SAID, THERE ARE PLACES THAT WE THINK ARE GOING TO HAVE CONCRETE BARRIERS ALONG I-81 WHEN IT IS WIDENED.))
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While concrete barriers may not be the most cost-efficient tools for increasing safety on the roadways either, they are built to be able to stop a 4,440 pound truck traveling at 60 miles per hour from crossing into oncoming traffic.


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((THE MEDIAN ON INTERSTATE 81 IS MUCH TOO NARROW. WHEN WE REBUILD IT, WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A WIDER MEDIAN THAT SEPARATES TRAFFIC EVEN FURTHER.))
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V-DOT is looking into several other ways to increase highway safety. They are even changing colors from orange roadway garb to florescent yellow.
V-DOT officials say they also plan to begin construction on an I-81 expansion within three years.
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Keith, some of the money from the 10 billion dollars that was recently allocated to the state for road improvement


will be used for concrete barriers.[Bootleg-tapes]


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A traffic stop on Interstate 81 this morning led to the discovery of 20-thousand dollars worth of bootleg movies and C-Ds. A state trooper pulled a van over for aggressive driving - and noticed something strange ..
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.. VHS copies of movies like "The Patriot" and "Scary Movie" - which are in theaters nationwide right now .. And hot C-D's by artists like Britney Spears. Police seized 37 boxes of the counterfeit and pirated C-Ds - with an estimated street value of eight to ten dollars a piece.
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((SGT. TOM FOSTER/STATE POLICE: THE QUALITY OF THE RECORDINGS TYPICALLY ARE NOT GOING TO BE AS THOSE THEY COULD PURCHASE COMMERCIALLY AND YOU KNOW THIS COSTS THE RECORDING INDUSTRY A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF MONEY EACH YEAR WITH PIRATED RECORDINGS.))
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Police have charged 30-year-old Rupert Sylvester James and 35-year-old Keith Liverpool with four counts each of felony conspiracy .. They're being held in the Montgomery County Jail. The movies and C-D's were being taken from New York to Georgia or Florida.


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A Radford woman will not have to spend any time behind bars for the death of her own daughter in a traffic accident. But she will pull some time.
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Terry (Cab-ull's) Cabell's 13- year old daughter and another child were killed when their pick-up crashed.
Cabell denies driving the truck but plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter.
In court today-- family members said she was sorry for what happened.
The judge agreed the loss of Cabell's daughter, Leslie, was punishment enough.
But he sentenced her to two and half years in prison for the death of 12- year old Eden Hall.
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((AL MORTON/EDEN HALL'S FATHER: IF SHE CAN GO TO ALL HER FAMILY MEMBERS AND EVERYBODY ELSE THAT SHE KNOWS AND SAY HOW SORRY SHE IS, HOW COME SHE DIDN'T COME TO US, NOT ONE TIME DID SHE SAY ANYTHING TO US ABOUT BEING REMORSEFUL, SORRY OR ANYTHING ELSE.))
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Eden Hall's mother and brother say Cabell has also not apologized to them.
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A wrecker driver who killed an eight-year-old girl and her grandmother last year may now have hurt someone else on the job.
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Michael Gray already has a manslaughter conviction for ramming into the back of a car and pushing it into a school bus last year, killing a little girl and her grandmother. He appealed his manslaughter conviction in state court but lost today. Now Gray has been sued by another man who says Gray told a tow truck driver to run over him. Gray is the safety coordinator at Westar Towing.
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An engine blew on a commercial jet liner this afternoon just as it was about to take off from the Roanoke Regional Airport.
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The Boeing 737 bound for Pittsburgh had been cleared for take-off.
As the pilot applied full power, passengers immediately realized there was a problem.
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((WELL, WE WERE HEADING DOWN THE RUNWAY. THERE WAS SOME KIND OF EXPLOSION, YOU KNOW. IT SOUNDED LIKE A TIRE BLEW OR AN ENGINE QUIT. IT WAS RIGHT AS THEY WERE ACCELERATING FOR TAKE OFF. THEN THEY STOPPED.))
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The aircraft returned to the gate where fire fighters and ground crew swarmed over the plane.
The engine had blown to pieces, shards of metal falling to the tarmac.
No one was hurt.
U-S Airways re-routed the 55 passengers on other flights.
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Circuit City and K-Mart are both cutting back. The details are just ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And a promiment black activist is coming back. We'll tell you why the Reverend Al Sharpton is making a return visit to Lynchburg.
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Some call him controversial.. others say he's influential.. regardless, the outspoken Reverend Al Sharpton will be making another trip to Lynchburg next month.
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It will be his second visit to the Hill City in two months.. and Steve Smallshaw is here to tell us why he's coming.
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Keith, Sharpton will travel here with Martin Luther King the Third, son of the slain civil rights leader..
They'll be looking to rally support for another civil rights march on Washington in late August.
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37 years ago, Martin Luther King Junior led his flock to the nation's capitol, preaching his dream of a color- blind world.
In the year 2000, some of that dream has been realized, but today's black leaders say much work still needs to be done.
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((ANTOINE EDWARDS/ATTENDED 1963 MARCH: WE HAVE ISSUES THAT HAVE CHANGED SINCE THAT TIME, BUT THERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT HAVE REMAINED THE SAME, AND IF WE'RE GOING TO CHANGE THEM, WE NEED TO COME TOGETHER AND RALLY TOGETHER.))
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And they will rally, on August 5th at Court Street Baptist Church.
Sharpton, King and local black leaders will use the occasion to urge all citizens-- young and old, black and white-- to march on Washington on August 26th.
They'll be looking to call attention to today's civil rights issues: police brutality, racial profiling and economic empowerment of minorities.
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((REV. PATRICIA COLEMAN/RALLY ORGANIZER: I THINK THAT THOSE ARE THE KINDS OF THINGS THAT WE AS A COUNTRY NEED TO LOOK AT, ADDRESS, CONFESS, ADMIT, BECAUSE UNTIL YOU ADMIT THAT THOSE THINGS STILL HOLD TRUE, YOU CANNOT MOVE BEYOND THEM.))
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Before Sharpton's first visit here in June, some wondered whether his message might be overshadowed by his reputation.. but supporters say Sharpton has proven them wrong.
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((REV. JAMES COLEMAN/COURT ST. BAPTIST CHURCH PASTOR: AND ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, PERSONS ARE BEGINNING TO GET THE REAL LOOK AT REVEREND AL SHARPTON.))
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Some might wonder, why observe the 37th anniversary of King's march, why not wait until the 40th?
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Minority leaders today said they're not nostalgic about dates.. they're more concerned about the issues.

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One thousand Circuit City workers will lose their jobs .. as the Richmond-based company alters its retail direction, and spends one billion dollars to re-vamp its stores.
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The chain says it will stop selling major appliances, and focus on consumer electronics and home office products. The company says increasing competition in appliances is forcing the change. The remodeling job will take three years. The company operates 573 Superstores and 43 mall-based Circuit City Express stores.

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K-Mart is doing more than revamping ... it's closing 72 of its less-profitable stores in 28 states. One store in our region is on the closing list ... the K-Mart in Princeton, West Virginia.
The company says most of the affected stores will shut down by November first.



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Major averages advanced today on Wall Street, but the overall market was mixed. [TAKE DOW, NASDAQ & BLOOMBERG PAGE ]
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The Dow rose 15 points .. NASDAQ climbed 48 .. but the Bloomberg-News 7 index fell two tenths of a point.
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A Radford prosecutor says Cotton Easter is a predator.
But the former athletic trainer and teacher's aide in Radford says there's a reason he took advantage of two 14- year old students.
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The 44- year old says he was molested by an uncle which is what attracted him to young boys.
In May-- Easter was convicted of having sex with one of the boys he helped coach.
He was also convicted of inappropriately touching another boy.
In court today-- Easter's attorney argued that his client needed counseling and would not be an ideal candidate for prison.
But the judge sided with prosecutors... sentencing Easter to 18- months behind bars.
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It was almost a year ago. Roanoke Police tried to stop a young man driving the wrong way on a one-way street.
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The suspect led police on a chase all over town August 15th.
He eluded roadblocks, dodged seven bullets, rammed numerous vehicles, including a police cruiser, even tried to run over a pedestrian.
Today Gary Wayne Proctor pled "no contest" to five counts of attempted malicious wounding... in addition to traffic offenses.
Authorities say typically such cases involve drivers who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol or are habitual offenders. That was NOT the case here.
His lawyer told the court that police struck Proctor in the face several times at one point, but Tony Anderson declined to talk about it afterwards.
We may not know WHAT this was all about until Proctor is sentenced in November.
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Coming up tonight on the Big 7 - Michael Vick is again making news. We'll tell you why he was the talk of the ACC coaches' meetings at the Homestead.
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Plus, we'll check out the OFFICIAL Michael Vick web site that makes its debut tomorrow afternoon on the world wide web.
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Opposing coaches found out the hard way last season that dropping a net over the field was about the only way to contain Michael Vick. While actually catching Vick with a NET is a preposterous proposition, catching him on the NET is not - thanks to the efforts of a talented Tech trio.
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(( The official Michael Vick web site that debuts on the world wide web this Wednesday - actually has been in the works since January. ((BRYAN JOHNSTON/VT SPORTS INFORMATION ASST:)) ((DAMIAN SALAS/TECH WEBMASTER:)) Salas has handled the nuts and bolts construction of the site while two of his fellow young bloods in the athletic department have provided the content for the page. ((MATT ARDEN/VT PRODUCTION SPECIALIST:)) The Vick site is a very elaborate venture compared to the ones featuring fellow heisman hopefuls - Drew Breas and Quincy Carter. Fans will be able to look back at last season's "Vick-tory" tour, and see Michael rubbing elbows with a who's who of the sporting world. Vick worshippers also will have a chance to submit questions to Vick and have them answered on a weekly basis.)) ((BRYAN JOHNSTON:))
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The page debuts on the web tomorrow afternoon - and you can get a direct link to it by heading to WDBJ-7 dot com and clicking on the Webwatch ICON.
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The ACC football media blitz at the Homestead resort wrapped up today, and Steve Mason tells us that Vick also managed to work his way into that conference's chatter.
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((While this kick off media day was all about the ACC, certain player from the Big East kept creeping into the conversations amongst the coaches. ((:)) ((:)) ((:)) And while bitter rivalries grow each year, it seems like at least some of the ACC coaches are willing to help each other. New N.C. State coach Chuck Amato respect for Coach Bowden, his former boss at Florida State, speaks volumes about their friendship and recently fired Wolfpack coach Mike O'Cain was hired by North Carolina coach Carl Torbush. Steve Mason News 7 Sports.))

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The Washington Redskins returned to the practice field in Ashburn today still minus one of the their veterans.
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33 year old offensive lineman Andy Heck, has been nursing a sore back and he has yet to take a snap at training camp.

Tests now show the injury to be minor but it could be another week before Heck practices. His absence has opened the door for former Hokie Derek Smith to get increased playing time.
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Organizers are calling it a "Water Summit", to protect the quality of the Roanoke River basin.
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Jean Jadhon has details on this story, one we're working on for 11.
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Keith, the Roanoke River provides the drinking water for many people in our region.
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And there are potential problems. They include low water supplies at times, Virginia Beach withdrawing water during droughts, and the presence of toxic chemicals.
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Delegate Ted Bennett is co-sponsoring the "Roanoke Water Summit" tonight at Halifax County High School.
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We'll tell you what people are thinking and saying tonight at 11. [Close]


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It's been three months since 15-hundred people lined up, in hoping of saving a baby's life.
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You may remember they were all tested as possible bone marrow matches for Henry Moore. He could die before he turns one without a bone marrow transplant.
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We want to see how the drive went and how Henry is holding up. Find out tonight on News 7 at 6.