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Roanoke's police chief meets with the family of the man killed in a high-speed motorcycle chase.... a live report
on that in a moment.
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Also coming up on NEWS 7... putting a value on a house ...meanwhile developers will have to wait to put up a restaurant, more shops and a motel.
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In sports, Frank Beamer catches us up on what the Hokies are doing this off week, the Virginia Cavaliers offer final words before taking on Clemson, we will tell you about the Express youth movement
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and Bud Pole qualifying from Dover as Winston Cup drivers go to work.
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Whether you are running in the Hill City or sitting in the stands in Charlottesville, be prepared for another tropical soaker. Details ahead. [open]
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Relatives of Mickey Minor meet with Roanoke City officials, but the controversy surrounding his death continues.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

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Members of Minor's family sat down today with City Manager Darlene Burcham and Police Chief Joe Gaskins, but say they came away from the meeting with more questions than answers.
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Joe Dashiell is at the Muncipal Building tonight where he has been waiting tonight for comment from city officials.
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Joe, when do we hope to hear from city officials?[Southern-Hills]
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One woman is blocking a motel and restaurants project in Roanoke, even though one judge has ruled against her.
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Restaurants, shops and a motel were scheduled to fill these 13 acres next to Wal-Mart on Route 220. But Pat Davis refuses to turn over the center parcel -- saying developers took advantage of her elderly parents by paying them only 212-thousand-dollars for the house. That's seven times its assessed value.
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((JOHN EDWARDS/DEVELOPERS' ATTORNEY: AT THE TIME THE CONTRACT WAS ENTERED INTO AND THE DEED WAS SIGNED, FANNIE LE GRANDE WAS NOT COMPETENT TO EXECUTE THESE DOCUMENTS.))
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Davis lost her lawsuit last fall against the developers and her father, but she doesn't have to sign over the land until the Supreme Court rules on her appeal. That could take a couple years. The developer's attorney says in the meantime, the city is losing tax money and commercial services.
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Intermet is contesting 801-thousand dollars in fines levied against it after a fatal explosion at its New River Castings plant last March.
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The labor department charged the auto parts company with more than 40 safety violations discovered after inspecting the plant's wreckage.
OSHA's report cited the plant for failing to train and protect workers properly from workplace hazards and for not preventing carelessness around flammable materials.
The March 5th gas explosion killed three workers and left nearly 400 without jobs for months.
More than 200 are back at work now at the plant ... now renamed New River Foundry.
Attorneys for families of the victims say they plan legal action.
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Prosecutors say a Blacksburg woman managed to bilk her employer of three-quarters of a million dollars over six years before anyone caught on.
60-year-old Joanne Galderisi (Gal-dur-EEE-SEE) was a bookkeeper at Christiansburg Printing.
She was formally charged today with 23 counts of felony forgery and 5 counts felony embezzlement.
She, her husband and her daughter are also the targets of a civil suit filed by her former employer.
Prosecutors say that Galderisi forged company checks made out to herself and hid them from her bosses.


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Rush hour traffic along Route 29 near Lynchburg was slowed by a tractor trailer wreck this afternoon.
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A tandem trailer owned by Dominion Freight Lines was headed north on Route 29 just past the Carter Glass Bridge when the rear trailer tipped over.
Authorities say the load in the trailer may have shifted, causing the truck to flip.
The trailer came to rest on the guardrail separating the north and southbound lanes.
Northbound traffic was limited to one lane for more than an hour.
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Still ahead on News 7 - Some students are getting high marks for their improved scores on the State Standards of Learning.
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And a Virginia Tech's vet school is joining forces with a medical college to teach pet owners how to keep themselves - and man's best friend - healthy.
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Virginia's African-American students, as a group, are improving on the state's Standards of Learning tests.
The state Department of Education released the statistics today.
The department says black students improved on 20 of 27 tests over the previous year.
They've improved on 26 of 27 S-O-L tests since 1998, the first year of testing.
The biggest gains have come in math and computer technology tests.

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The close bond between people and their pets, while rewarding, can sometimes be hazardous.
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That was the focus of a conference at Virginia Tech today.
It's also the reason Tech's vet school is partnering with Virginia Commonwealth University's medical college.
Both schools will try to educate pet owners on the diseases that their animals can transfer to them.
Household pets can put owners at risk of contracting rabies, parasites and infectious diseases.
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((MARIE SUTHERS McCABE: I BELIEVE THAT IT'S NOT AN AREA GROWING IN TERMS OF MORE DISEASES OUT THERE, I THINK THE PUBLIC EYE IS ON THIS ARE BECAUSE WE'RE SEEING MORE PEOPLE INVOLVING ANIMALS IN ANIMAL-ASSISTED ACTIVITIES.))
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This is the first joint public health effort between a medical school and a vet school.
The program will study the health benefits and drawbacks of animals' relationships with humans.
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High fuel prices mean a lot of people will have to find cheaper solutions for heating their homes this year.
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Those solutions are the focus of a two-day energy conservation fair at Virginia Tech.
It features energy-saving tips, devices and demonstrations...
Everything from electric cars with high fuel economy to energy-saving fluorescent lightbulbs.
Conservationists say using just a few of these devices can go a long way toward saving money and the environment.


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((BILLY WEITZENFELD/ENERGY CONSERVATIONIST: SAVING ENERGY DOES NOT MEAN THAT THEIR DAILY HABITS OR DAILY LIFESTYLE IS GOING TO BE RESTRICTED. IF ANYTHING, SAVING ENERGY MAKES YOUR HOME MORE COMFORTABLE, MORE AFFORDABLE, HEALTHIER AND THE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT IS TREMENDOUS.))
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The fair runs through tomorrow night.
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The fun has begun outside Richmond.
The Virginia State Fair has fired up the rides and is handing out the ribbons.
Ellen Qualls checked it out on its second day.
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No clucking or tut-tuting.
It's already getting good reviews.
The poultry part is anyway.
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Virginia's premier agricultural school is well represented.
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Virginia Tech vets have actually coordinated with the sheep to time some lamb births for the Fair.
It's not as cool as cloning-- but it's still cool.
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There is NO lack of food, mostly fried, at the State Fair of Virginia.
But beware, because there's NO lack of things to do after you've eaten.
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So the Fair's gotten past it's ill-will with the Hispanic community over its questionable Carmen Mooranda mascot -- and it clearlay has a lot to offer.
465 thousand people attended last year.
But why drive three hours?
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((JAY LUGAR/STATE FAIR OF VIRGINIA: THE STATE FAIR OF VIRGINIA IS THE ONLY ONE OF VIRGINIA. WHEN YOU GO TO LEWISBURG, IT'S ANOTHER STATE. SO... HORTICULTURE... IT'S THE BEST OF VIRGINIA.))
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The Fair runs until October first at Strawberry Hill outside Richmond.
Ellen Qualls, News 7.))


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Winston Cup cars qualify at Dover, a preview of one of the most prestigious running events in Virginia, Frank Beamer gets us up to speed on the Hokies during this off week,
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and noise is what the Cavaliers are ordering from fans for their ACC battle with Clemson tomorrow.

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Today, Winston Cup cars went through Bud Pole Qualifying at Dover for Sunday's MBNA.com 400. And while Jeremy Mayfield won the pole, Rockbridge Bath's own Rick Mast qualified on the outside pole.
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Fans bidding farewell to Darrell Waltrip. DW did not have a good qualifying run and was 36th fastest.
Rusty Wallace will start fourth after a solid qualifying run in the Miller Lite Ford,
but it was his teammate that captured the top spot. Jeremy Mayfield speed of 159.872 miles an hour was not a track record but did earn him his third pole of the season. Now your top 25.
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Dale Earnhardt was 39th and Stacy Compton 43rd.

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The Virginia Tech JV football team whipped Fork Union Military Academy 49 to nothing today. The fourth rank varsity has the weekend off. The Hokies hit the road for a date with Boston College next Saturday and are spending the free time until then wisely.
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[PINNACLE 13043] Speaking of the Big East, tomorrow you can catch two other future Tech opponents on WDBJ when Miami battles West Virginia at three.
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[PINNACLE 13041] Sunday it's an NFL double dip on your Hometown Station as Tennessee takes on Pittsburgh at one followed by the Jets and the Buccaneers just after four.

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Virginia has won nine straight homecoming games, a streak 11th ranked Clemson will try and break tomorrow in their 3:30 kickoff. A loud and enthusiastic crowd is just what UVa needs considering the Tigers run an offense that sometimes depends on communication at the line of scrimmage.
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((GEORGE WELSH/130 WINS AT UVA:IT'S NO HUDDLE SO THEY HAVE TO COMMUNICATE SOME HOW SO THE LOUDER THE CROWD THE BETTER OFF WE'RE GONNA BE AND IT STAYS LOUD. THEY DON'T LEAVE AT THE HALF. IT STAYS LOUD AND THEY STAY IN THE GAME THE WHOLE TIME SOMETHING LIKE THAT.)) ((DAN ELLIS/64 PERCENT COMPLETION RATE:IF THERE WAS A GAME THIS IT. IF WE CAN FILL IT UP GET 62 OR 63 THOUSAND IN THERE, GET THE PLACE SHAKING, IT'S GONNA HELP US OUT A LOT, ESPECIALLY OUR DEFENSE. JUST A LITTLE CONFUSION ON ONE PLAY YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT CAN HAPPEN, A RECEIVER MIGHT RUN THE WRONG PATTERN AND THE QUARTERBACK MIGHT THROW AN INTERCEPTION. SO HOPEFULLY THEY'LL COME OUT.)) ((WILL MERRITT/CLEMSON GUARD:THE CROWD IS GONNA PLAY A HUGE FACTOR IN OUR OFFENSE ESPECIALLY SINCE WE AUDIBLE EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING IS AUDIBLED IN OUR OFFENSE, OUR UP TEMPO IS THE CATALYST TO EVERYTHING WE DO, WITH WHAT WOODY CALLS AND IF WE CAN'T HEAR THAT AND WE CAN'T GET OUR CALLS CRISP AND CLEAN THEN WE'RE GONNA HAVE TROUBLE.))
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VMI hosts Furman tomorrow at one in Southern Conference action.
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It's homecoming for Liberty. The Flames kick it off at 7 o'clock against Wingate University.
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Washington and Lee takes on Centre on the road at 1 o'clock.
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Ferrum hits the road tomorrow to take on Shenandoah at 4 o'clock.

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The Roanoke Express officially hits the ice for the 2000 training camp October first.
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12 new players will be in training camp. Mike Peron and Travis Smith are not veterans yet, a true indication of the Express youth movement.
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((PERRY FLORIO/EXPRESS FIRST YEAR HEAD COACH:))
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More than a thousand runners are expected to dodge the raindrops tomorrow morning in the 27th running of the Lynchburg Ten Miler.
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The same Kenyans who swept the field last year, Peter Githuka (gih-THOO-kuh) and Margaret Kagiri (ka-GEER-ee) will be back again.
Also, many runners will be wearing yellow armbands, in honor of former race director Gary Taylor, who was killed in a triathlon this past spring.
Taylor's father will serve as honorary starter.
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((TOM TAYLOR/FATHER: IT'S A WONDERFUL RACE AND I LOOK FORWARD TO THAT PART OF IT, BUT I'LL BE THINKING THAT GARY SHOULD BE THERE INSTEAD OF ME.))
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The Ten-Miler gets underway at 8:30 tomorrow morning.
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Roanoke police have completed their investigation into the accident that killed James Minor.
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Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom with more.
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Keith, as Joe Dashiell told us a few minutes ago, city officials have been briefing a committee of ministers on the results of that investigation.
The city has now called a news conference that's set to begin in just a minute, with city manager Darlene Burcham and police chief Joe Gaskins. We are covering that News Conference.
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We'll hear from them tonight on News-7 at 11.



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