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The D-N-A tests results are in ...in the case of condemned killer Derek Barnabei.

We'll have a live report from Richmond for you in just a moment.
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And a scrap yard in the middle of the bio-med center site... is it too much to clean up? Will the city just build around it?
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Tonight on News 7 sports, time for the local take on Bobby Knight. The Tech 2000 Monday night report is on the way, and
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and the Cavs are ready to Duke it our with the Blue Devils this Saturday in Durham.
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Tropical Storm Florence may soon be a hurricane but she is unlikely to bother the east coast. We have showers nearby but they are passing through quickly. Details ahead.
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((IT'S QUITE CLEAR THAT BARNABEI IS THE MATCH. ))
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The D-N-A evidence that the killer of a Lynchburg teenager said would set him free has reinforced his guilt.
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Derek Rocco Barnabei begged the Governor for a D-N-A test.
The Governor agreed Friday.
The only D-N-A found under the Lynchburg teenager's fingernails came from her blood... and Derek Barnabei's.
So he's still scheduled for execution Thursday night.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Ellen/Microwave]


Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom with more on this story.
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Keith, the fingernail clippings had never been tested.
Presumably, 17 year old Sarah Wisnosky would have some D-N-A under her nails after trying to fight off an attacker.


Her killer beat her to death with what appeared to be a ball-peen hammer, and dumped her body in Norfolk's Elizabeth River.
Tonight, it seems more clear than ever that her killer was Derek Barnabei.
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(( His Washington D-C attorneys pleaded with the Governor to test the D-N-A in June.
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((LINDA GOLDSTEIN/BARNABEI'S ATTORNEY: THOSE TESTS WILL BE SCIENTIFIC PROOF. IT WILL BE NOT BE INFERENCE AND INNUENDO.)) [runs:06 ]
Partly because of Barnabei's Italian heritage, European death penalty opponents, including the Pope had barraged the Governor's office with correspondence.
The Governor today called it "a generalized assault on capital punishment" that was echoed in this country.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: BECAUSE THERE HAD BEEN SO MUCH ALLEGATION, THERE HAD BEEN SO MANY UNSUBSTANTIATED STATEMENTS THAT HAD BEEN MADE, SO MUCH CONCERN OR DOUBT THAT HAD BEEN ATTEMPTED TO BE RAISED IN THE MINDS OF THE PUBLIC, I THOUGHT THAT IT WAS GOOD THAT THE PUBLIC UNDERSTAND EXACTLY WHAT THE FACTS WERE.)) [runs:16]))
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Q&A KEITH: Any word from Sarah Wisnosky's family?


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An Alleghany County woman has contracted Legionnaires' Disease.
Right now public health officials are not certain where she might have contracted it from.
The woman is an employee of Westvaco's Covington Mill.
The company says it has no reason to believe that the disease was contracted at the workplace.
The disease is spread through the air by water vapor by devices such as water taps, water-based humidifiers, and cooling tower air conditioners.

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The Botetourt County planning commission may triple minimum lot sizes from one to three acres next year.
Families and builders alike are rushing to beat the deadline by applying for smaller lots now.
One proposed subdivision would plant 63 houses on about an acre apiece, in the midst of rural farmland.
Residents consider it a sneaky move. But Tina Tenret says this story is also about one farmer's survival.
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(( Richard Ronk's been farming his family land since he was six years old. But with milk prices so sour now -- he's selling all 100 acres -- for a subdivision.
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((RICHARD RONK/LANDOWNER: THESE DEVELOPERS WICKLINE AND CHARLIE FOUTZ ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO GAVE ME A REASONABLE OFFER.
SO I HAVE TO DO WHAT I HAVE TO DO. IT'S A MATTER OF SURVIVAL.)) [RUNS:11]
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They would plant 64 houses across the street from Ronk's home -- each on about an acre. Next year, such a subdivision will likely be illegal, after planners raise minimum lot sizes. Neighbors want new lot sizes set first -- BEFORE new subdivisions are approved.
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Ross Laguzza owns 18 acres -- most of his neighbors own more than that. They worry about losing their view, but also about safety, water shortages, and contamination from dozens of new drainfields on these steep hills. Meantime, Richard Ronk's driving a bus to make ends meet -- and says he already tried selling five-acre lots.
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((RICHARD RONK/LANDOWNER: IT'S NOT LARGE ENOUGH FOR A FARM. IT'S TOO LARGE FOR JUST A HOUSE, SO WE DIDN'T HAVE ANY LUCK SELLING IT.)) [RUNS:07]
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The planning commission will hold a public hearing on this proposal tonight. Tina Tenret News7 Botetourt County))

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Botetourt County Authorities have identified the body found in the James River on Saturday.
Deputies say it's 43-year old Eugene William Wright of Buchanan.
Investigators believe he drowned.

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Two Roanoke teenagers have been arrested for a rash of car break-ins and vandalism last week.
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Friday, more than a dozen residents in Southeast and Southwest Roanoke awoke to find their car windows smashed and valuables gone. Police arrested 18-year-old Leslie Conner Friday after he was seen tampering with a car in Southwest Roanoke. They later picked up a 15-year old. Both are charged with two counts of property damage and two counts of Grand Larceny. More charges could be placed - and police say they might identify additional suspects.
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Roanoke Police are also reporting progress in their investigation of recent motel robberies.
They've issued warrants for 44- year- old Ronnie Lee Cooper.
Investigators believe he's responsible for the robbery of the Extended Stay America on Ferndale Avenue earlier this month.
Tipsters called police after a surveillance video aired on local television stations.
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Another man has been arrested for the August 15th robbery of the Best Western on Valley View Boulevard. Police believe 18 year- old Zachariah Buckner of Covington was also involved in two other motel robberies in Roanoke County and Alleghany County.

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Still ahead on News 7, the man who spent three days trapped under his outhouse is getting a new home.
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And we'll find out how recent wet weather has affected the state's tobacco crop.
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Roanoke City deemed a local scrap yard "too dirty to clean"up, but city officials also say they never actually studied the site before reaching that conclusion.
Roanoke Scrap Iron and Metal company is next to the proposed Carilion Biomedical Institute.
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Jennifer Miele joins is at the scrap yard, tonight. Jen is the site really contaminated?
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Keith, according the Department of Environmental Quality and the city, no state or local officials have ever set foot in the scrap yard.
The thirty million dollar clean-up estimate is a guess.
And that guess has left environmentalists with more questions.
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So overwhelmed by the potential costs, neither the city, nor Carilion, nor V-DOT want the responsibility. [PRE PRO]
The prelimary agreement reads "If VDOT has not approved the access solution by December 31, 2001 ... RRHA will acquire these properties and clear the site by February 29, 2004.
At that time, appropriate screening will be used to shield the remaining property in Area 3 from view until .... a funding source can be identified to allow purchase and clearance of the remainder of Area 3." [END PRE PRO]
But who determined that the site was contaminated, and who estimated 30 million dollars for purchase and clean-up? According to the city AND the Department of Environmental Quality, no study on the scrap yard has ever been done.
So environmentalists are demanding one.
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((BILL TANGER: WHEN THIS REPORT IS DONE AND PEOPLE LOOK AT IT THEY NEED TO DECIDE IS THIS BETTER OFF LEFT ALONE? OR IS THIS BETTER OFF BEING ADDRESSED RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IT IS GOING TO GET WORSE AND MORE EXPENSIVE.)) [RUNS08]
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The city says they plan to investigate the matter further.
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((BILL BESTPITCH/CITY COUNCIL: WHAT I WOULD LIKE FOR THE PEOPLE OF ROANOKE TO UNDERSTAND IS THAT THEY QUESTION HASN'T BEEN ANSWERED YET, THE DECISION HAS NOT BEEN FINAL. WHATEVER WE NEED TO DO WE WILL LOOK AT VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE WE TAKE ANY FINAL ACTION AT THIS POINT.)) [RUNS12]
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That final "action" could mean a clean brown field. It could also mean a contaminated scrap yard in the middle of the region's first biomedical research center. ))
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While the site may be completely free of contamination, no one will know until a study is done.
Keith, the Environmental Protection Agency has helped to clean sites along the river before.
[Double Boxes=Jennifer and Keith/Microwave]


And City Manager Darlene Burcham is lobbying for help through federal funding.

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Recent wet weather did not put a damper on tobacco.
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The Pittsylvania County Cooperative Extension office says the 5 days of rain last week helped the tobacco mature
Farmers say the rain helped their crops but it made some work difficult.
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((BRUCE JONES/COOPERATIVE EXTENSION AGENT: THE ONLY BAD THING ABOUT THE RAIN IS THAT IT MAKES THE FIELD MUDDY AND IT LIMITS THE FIELD OPERATION. FARMERS HAVE ABOUT A MONTH LEFT TO GET THEIR CROP IN BECAUSE OF THE DANGER OF FROST.))
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Bruce Jones says many other crops benefited from the rain such as corn, hay and soy beans.
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The major markets started the week on a positive note, then headed "South." [TAKE DOW, NASDAQ & BLOOMBERG PAGE ]
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The DOW lost 25 points, NASDAQ dropped 82.
The Bloomberg News 7 Index fell about two-thirds of a point.
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A program that helped thousands of Virginian's get access to low or no cost anti-HIV medication is now getting more money from the state.
The AIDS Drug Assistance program will get an additional 575-thousand dollars.
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For the average patient anti-HIV Medication can cost about 10-thousand dollars a year.
The additional money will help raise the eligibility limits, allowing more Virginias to qualify for the program.
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((BARBARA BEALE/ROANOKE CITY HEALTH DEPT.: WE LIKE TO LOOK AT HIV AT THIS POINT AS A CHRONIC DISEASE, SIMILAR TO DIABETES, IF TREATED PROPERLY AND EARLY THAN A PERSON CAN LIVE A NORMAL LIVE STYLE. WITHOUT THE MEDICATIONS OF ADAP MANY PEOPLE WOULD NOT HAVE THAT OPPORTUNITY ))
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The Roanoke City Health Department offers free anonymous testing every Monday from three to six p-m.
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The Wythe County man who spent three days trapped beneath his outhouse is getting a new home out of his ordeal.
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75-year-old Coolidge Winesett is in an assisted- care facility until his old house is torn down.
It will be replaced by a two-bedroom house with indoor plumbing.
The Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project helped Winesett get the house FREE with government grants.
Since word spread of the three days he spent below the outhouse, people around the country have been sending Winesett money... a total of about 13-hundred dollars.
He hopes to be in to his new home before the end of the year.
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Coming up tonight on the Big 7, the Bobby Knights temper tantrums take us back to the early 70's with Dan Wooldridge as our narrator. Plus, football news from UVa, JMU and Tech.
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Tonight's Tech 2000 report examines the retro fro and the sensational Suggs.
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The Hokies got back to work today as their focus now shifts to this Saturday afternoon's Big East opener against unbeaten Rutgers. With more on the Scarlet Knights, the emergence of Lee Suggs, the return of the afro and some props from the Big East - here's our weekly Monday night Tech 2000 report.
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(( Thanks to the Hokies win over East Carolina and a few losses over the weekend. most notably by Miami, the Hokies have jumped up 8th in both polls this week. Saturday the Hokies face a Rutgers team they annihilated 58-to-20 last season, but one that comes into Blacksburg unbeaten at 2-and-0. ((NICK SORENSEN:)) Very talented is just one of the many ways folks are describing Lee Suggs. The former Fleming great, who was a four time Friday Football Extra player of the week winner is averaged 106 yards rushing a game and he's scored 3 TDs. His coach says you can credit his emergence to his bulging biceps. ((BILLY HITE:)) Speaking of paying off - both Hite and head coach Frank Beamer began hinting back in the preseason that they would pay anything if fellow tailback Andre Kendrick would get a haircut. ((FRANK BEAMER:)) The Lynchburg native calls his retro fro - Afro Thunder and don't look for it fade away anytime soon. ((ANDRE KENDRICK:)) No cuts but plenty of hits for linebacker Ben Taylor against East Carolina. His career high 18 total tackles against the Pirates earned him Big East defensive player of the week honors. And Andre Davis was named the Big East special teams player of the week. His 87 yard punt return for a TD against ECU is the second longest in school history. He is averaging 30 yards a return this season and Andre has scored at least one TD in six straight games dating back to last season.))

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UVa takes on OH and 2 Duke this Saturday in Durham. Steve Mason has a preview after the Cavs win against Richmond.
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The Bobby Knight saga continues today in Bloomington, Indiana. A day after Knight was fired at least one player, Dane Fife, says he will transfer and others may follow.
Of course, Knight's boorish behavior is nothing new. In fact, former NCAA basketball offcial Dan Wooldridge had several encounters with Knight including a memorable one back Knight's early days as a coach when he was still at ARMY. Earlier today Wooldridge told us what happened when a simple back court violation was called on Knight's team in 1971.

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Just when it looked like the Redskins' horrendous weekend cou;dn't get any worse - it has.
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Michael Westbook, is now out for the rest of the season. The powerful wide receiver appeared to reinjure an ankle when he made this third quarter catch against the Lions yesterday. But today doctors discovered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. No word at this time when his surgery will take place.
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Roanoke County has a limited number of paid firefighters. And some people are concerned about which parts of the county get them. The board of supervisors takes a look at the issue at this afternoon's meeting. We'll tell you what happe ned tonight on News-7 at 6.