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Coming up on News 7-
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Hundreds gather outside a Roanoke gay bar-- to remember the victims of last night's shooting which may have been motivated by hate.
City leaders also issue a statement as well as support.
And, five people are killed during an auto race overseas.
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News 7 is next.


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A man walks into a gay bar in Roanoke and opens fire killing one and injuring six others.
Now-- the community tries to heal.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

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The shooting happened just before midnight at the Back Street Cafe on Salem Avenue.
This evening, hundreds gathered outside the club to take part in a candlelight vigil.
As Kate Weidaw reports... the Roanoke Police Department is investigating this incident as a hate crime.
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((Shortly after 11:50 Friday night 53 year old Ronald Edward Gay walked into the Back Street Cafe, ordered a beer and sat down at a table. Minutes later he allegedly pulled a 9 millimeter pistol from his jacket and began firing into the crowd. Witnesses described the scene as chaotic.

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((KATHY JARRETT: WE WERE SITTING IN THERE HAVING A BEER THE NEXT THING I KNOW I HAVE THREE FRIENDS SPRAWLED OUT WITH BULLET WOUNDS.))
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Eight rounds were fired from the gun. 43 year old Danny Lee Overstreet of Roanoke was killed. Two other males and four females were taken to Roanoke Memorial with gunshot wounds to their legs, arms, and back. Meanwhile authorities took Gay into custody at the corner of First Street and Campbell Avenue, and later charged him with first degree murder.

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((SHELLY ALLEY: WE HAD WITNESSES WHO ACCOMPANIED THE OFFICERS AND WE TOOK HIM INTO CUSTODY WITHOUT INCIDENT HE WAS VERY COOPERATIVE.))
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A 9 millimeter pistol officials think Gay used was found in a trash can near the bar. Police say they believe this is a hate crime, because several witnesses say prior to the shooting, Gay stated he was "going to shoot some gay people." Gay's neighbor at the Jefferson Lodge says he can't believe he would do something like this.

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((PETE GLOVER/NEIGHBOR: HE SEEMED LIKE WELL DRESSED GENTLEMAN HE SEEMED LIKE HE HAD NO PROBLEMS IN THE WORLD HE WAS JUST PASSING THROUGH.))
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For many in the gay community, the bar is well respected.
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((KATE WEIDAW/REPORTING: MANY DESCRIBE THE BACK STREET CAFE AS A HOMETOWN BAR A PLACE TO SHOOT POOL AND GRAB A CHEAP BURGER AND BEER. NO ONE EVER EXPECTED THIS GAY BAR WOULD BE THE TARGET OF VIOLENCE.))
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((CATHERINE HOUCHINS/PASTOR: THIS IS THE WORST THING THAT I KNOW OF TO HAPPEN TO THE GAY COMMUNITY HERE.))
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Gay pastor Catherine Houchins.

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((CATHERINE HOUCHINS/PASTOR: WE ARE GOING TO STAND TOGETHER AND SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER AND PRAY FOR THE GENTLEMAN WHO DID THIS.))
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And while some in the gay community look to forgive others are leaving reminders on the door to the bar of what violence can do. Kate Weidaw News7 Roanoke.))
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41-year-old Linda Coniers has been released from the hospital. 40-year-old Joel Tucker and 36-year-old Kathy Caldwell are both in stable condition. 39-year-old John Collins is in serious but guarded condition. And 41-year-old Iris Paige Webb is in critical condition. The name and condition of the sixth victim is not being released at her request.




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A candlelight vigil was held at the Back Street Cafe tonight in memory of Danny Overstreet, and in support of the other shooting victims. Meredyth Censullo reports, the message sent out tonight is that this act of violence isn't making this community so frightened that they'll fail to act.
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(( [nats - amazing grace.]
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Hundreds gathered at the doorstep of the Back Street Cafe to remember and support the Roanoke 7. Danny Overstreet gunned down. 6 more wounded, many believe, because of one person's hatred.

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((VINCENT THOMPSON: THEY'RE HATING US BECAUSE OF WHO WE LOVE AND WHO WE CARE ABOUT, WITHOUT KNOWING US.))
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((IT'S HATRED AGAINST ALL PEOPLE BECAUSE OF THEIR STATUS AS MEMBERS OF A DISPIZED MINORITY.))
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((IT'S TIME TO SAY NO TO HATE.))
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((THE VIGIL WAS MORE THAN A MEMORIAL. THE MEN AND WOMEN HERE SAY IT SENDS A MESSAGE TO ROANOKE, AND THE COUNTRY, THAT THE GAY COMMUNITY CAN'T WON'T BE IGNORED.))
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((WE'RE A BIG PART OF THIS COMMUNITY AND WE'RE NOT JUST GONNA LET THIS HAPPEN.))
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There's another message these men and woman want passed along - Just as the candlelight here shines, so should the repuation of the Star City. And one person's hate should NOT tarnish this place so many Gays and Lesbians love to call home.

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((THIS WAS THE EVIL ACT OF ONE INDIVIDUAL AND THE PEOPLE OF ROANOKE HAVE NOTHING TO APOLOGIZE FOR...))
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[nats -music]
Meredyth Censullo, News7, Roanoke.))
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Several Roanoke city officials were invited to tonight's vigil - but none attended. They did speak out this afternoon, though, saying this type of violent act isn't reflective of the community.
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((DARLENE BURCHAM/CITY MANAGER: WE ARE A COMMUNITY OF BROAD DIVERSITY, BUT THIS TRAGEDY SHOWS THAT ANY COMMUNITY CAN BE VULNERABLE TO AN ACT OF HATRED AND WE AS A COMMUNITY WILL WORK TOWARDS TOLERANCE AND UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN ALL PEOPLE IN OUR CITY.)) ((BUTT BUTT BUTT)) ((RALPH SMITH/MAYOR: MAY JUSTICE IN THIS CASE BE SWIFT AND POWERFUL AND MAY WE AS A COMMUNITY CONTINUE TO DO ALL WE CAN TO REACH OUT TO THOSE IN NEED.))
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A separate rally in Roanoke's Highland Park today ... this one promoting world peace.
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It was all part of the 6-th annual Peace Wave. The event features arts and crafts, music, and dance. A circle of drums was part of the event that symbolized world peace and open hearts. Organizers say events like help achieve world-wide peace.
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The event wrapped up at 8 o'clock tonight.
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President Clinton is defending his decision to tap into the government's emergency oil reserves.
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The President spoke at the White House before leaving for Southern California.
He says he ordered the release of 30- million barrels of oil to try to ease tight supplies and reduce prices before winter.
Clinton also announced the release of 400 million dollars in federal aid to help families pay their energy bills this winter.
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George W-Bush and other Republicans have attacked the President's decision to tap the nation's oil reserve.
Bush has suggested the move was politically motivated to help Vice President, Al Gore.

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Senator Chuck Robb and former Governor George Allen will face off in their first televised debate tomorrow.
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Right now, Allen is leading in the polls by four-to-eight points in the race for Senate. A good debate could help Robb close the gap. Both parties say nothing less than control of the Senate hinges on the outcome of Virginia's race. Tomorrow's debate will be held at Virginia Commonwealth University and will air live on WDBJ immediately following 60-Minutes.
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Christiansburg Police are investigating a robbery at a gas station.
It happened around 9:30 last night at a "Marathon" Station on Cambria Street. Police say a suspect took money from a cash register while the clerk was distracted. They say the suspect did NOT display any weapons, and no one was hurt. Police are still looking for the suspect.


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Two of the people who helped make the National D-Day Memorial a reality got an up close look at their artwork today.
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The Memorial, in Bedford, is a lasting tribute to the men who died on the beaches on Normandy during the D-day invasion June 6, 1944.
This afternoon, the sculptor for the project visited the site.
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((JIM BROTHERS/SCULPTOR: WHEN I SCULPT I CALL VETERANS...I TRY TO KNOW MY SUBJECT SO WELL... ON THAT DAY.))
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One of the project's architects was also in Bedford today-- taking in the view.
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Still ahead on News 7 - More legal troubles for OJ Simpson. Find out what he's accused of now.
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And an auto race turns deadly in France. Details, after the break.
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A Henry County man has been arrested in connection with a local kidnapping and robbery. Investigators say 28-year-old Sean Sterling Young forced a 16-year-old male into a vehicle in the Laurel Park area Friday. Authorities say Young then drove to Waycross Drive in Bassett. That's where the victim says he was assaulted and Young stole his jewelry and his jacket. Young is being held in Henry County jail without bond.


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Five people are dead and several others injured after a crash during an auto race in France.
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Officials say a car went out of control and hit a utility pole, knocking it over into a crowd of spectators.
The crash killed the driver and four people in the crowd.
At least eight others were injured.
The race took place just southeast of Paris.
Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the accident.
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More legal troubles for former football great O-J Simpson.
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Simpson's ex-girlfriend told Miami police Simpson broke into her home Friday, erased a message on her answering machine, and then stole a letter. According to the police report, Christine (Pro-dee) Prody said Simpson did NOT want her to mail the letter to a mutual friend.
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((JUAN CASTILLO/METRO DADE POLICE: WE FOLLOWED UP ON THAT INFORMATION AND ACCORDING TO SOME OF THE OUR DETECTIVES THERE WAS A NEIGHBOR OR TWO THAT ACTUALLY SAW HIM THERE.))
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The contents of the letter were NOT disclosed. The couple reportedly stopped seeing each other six weeks ago. In May, police were called to a Miami hotel after Simpson and Prody got into a loud dispute. [Tease2]
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Your complete forecast is still ahead ..
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But first, we'll take a trip to downtown Roanoke where something fishy is going on! News 7 at 11 will be right back.
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Ever wondered why the sky is blue, or how big dinosaurs were? The Science Museum of Western Virginia has the answers. This interactive museum will put you in a real tornado, let you touch the stars and make your hair stand on end. Shannon Young takes us on a tour in this week's "Time Off".
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((On the fourth floor of a building hugging downtown Roanoke's Market Square you'll find a museum that offers more than photographs and artifacts...
It's a little bit zoo...
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((This is one of our more popular creatures. It's a horseshoe crab.))
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A little bit school...
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((Like charges repel and so they're trying to get away from each other and the best way to get out is through your hair.))
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And a whole lot of fun...
Stephanie Garst is the marketing manager for the Science Museum of Western Virginia.
Her mission is to draw attention to the museum's many attractions.
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[IN Q-The museum is a...] ((The museum is a fun place for kids of all ages. It's one of those kinds of places where you learn without knowing you're learning because you're having so much fun.))
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Your tour will take you through the Science Gallery, where you can explore a realm of light, sound and color, to the Weather Gallery, where you can walk through a real tornado, to the Body Tech room, where you can act as a human heart and send "blood" through artificial veins.
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((If you're standing here doing this every day, seven days a week, twenty-four-seven, that's how hard your heart's pumping.))
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In the Geology Gallery, venture into an eerie world of fluorescent rock and learn about the long, turbulent history of the earth through interactive exhibits and displays including real dinosaur bones.
Then round the corner to the Supernet Gallery and fast forward into the age of technology where you can practice your typing skills on the newest in ergonomic keyboards.
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((You can learn by doing. Some people choose to do it that way, primarily children. Adults come in and try to read label copy, which is next to it, and learn.))
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((Most of the exhibits here at the Science Museum are permanent, but some are rotating. What does the future hold? A journey where no man's gone before.))
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[IN Q=Our exhibit coming up...]

((Our exhibit coming up is going to be "Star Trek: Federation Science", so get ready. It's going to be alot of fun.))


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((You can sit at the bridge and look out into space. There'll be the sickbay, the transporter room, the weigh stations... It's phenomenal.))
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((The exhibit uses the TV show and the movies to teach about alot of science aspects... things from physics and astronomy all the way to medicine.))
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The "Star Trek" exhibit will start October seventh and run through the end of the year.
Admission to the Science Museum is 6-dollars for adults.
4-dollars will cover kids ages 3 through 12.
Toddlers get in free.
And don't forget to budget a few extra dollars for a large format film in the Megadome Theater or chance to star gaze in the Planetarium.
Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke.))
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Cave Spring is 5 and 0 after a 14 to 6 win over William Fleming last night at Victory Stadium.
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Cave Spring head coach Ben Foutz gets his team fired up for the district showdown.
The Knights put it in the air quarterback Jacob Lewis hooks up with Michael Brammer and he takes it in from 9 yards out Cave Spring led 7 to nothing in the first quarter.
But the Colonels come back Demario Smith takes the handoff and he goes up the left side and scores on the 45 yard T-D run but the extra point missed and the Colonels trailed 7 to 6.
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Then in the second quarter Lewis calls his own number and scores on the quarterback sneak and Cave Spring wins it 14 to 6.
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11th ranked Clemson dominated Virginia in a 21 point victory in Charlottesville yesterday. Steve Mason has reaction from both sides.
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V-M-I put up a fight in Lexington yesterday butt Furman gets the 35 to 21 win over the Keydets.
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The Keydets run into Alumni Memorial Field for the conference match up with the Paladians.
Furman gets on the board when Louis Ivory takes the pitch and scores over the fight side from the six to make it 7 to 3 Furman.
But the Keydets would get its first T-D early in the second quarter when Gene Cauthen bulls in from the 2 yard line to make it 10 to 7 Keydets.l
Furman would take the lead with 1:27 left in the second quarter when Derek Russell goes in from the one to make it 14 to 10 Paladins.
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Former Franklin County Kicker Matt Maxey boots this 48 yard field goal but the Paladins beat the Keydets 35 to 21.
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In the Big East yesterday, 12-th ranked Miami beat West Virginia 47 to 10.
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Don Nehlen walking the sideline in the first quarter.
The Mountaineers opened the scoring when Cooper Rego takes it in over the right side on the 1 yard T-D run to make it 7 to nothing.
But the Hurricanes rallied. Leonard Myers intercepts this Brad Lewis pass and returns it 22 yards for the score to tie the game at 7 to 7 in the first.
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Then the Canes take the lead when Ken Dorsey hooks up with Reggie Wayne on the 38 yard T-D pass and Miami beats West Virginia 47 to 10.
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That's it for sports. Have a great day everybody.


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Lou Holtz and his South Carolina Gamecocks could crack the top 25 this week.
Today in Columbia, Erik Kimrey threw this 25 yard touchdown pass on his first play of the game and South Carolina beats Mississippi State 23 to 19.
The Gamecocks are 4 and 0 and here are tonight's scores.
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[S-Yankees]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
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[TAPE#=SP-67 (1:37:53)]
[GRAPHIC=Yankees/Tigers]


New York ended a six game losing streak yesterday beating Detroit 13 to 8.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX SPORTS; :]


Roger Clemens warming up to take the mound for the Yankees.
Detroit's Billy McMillion gets all of this pitch for his second career grand slam and the Tigers took their first lead of the game 7 to 5 in the fifth inning.
[SUPER=35-New York/13/Detroit/8/;]


Then Dave Justice hits his second homer of the game this 3 run shot in the 8-th and the Yankees beat the Tigers 13 to 8.
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VMI comes up short in Lexington. More when we return.

[S-MLB]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-72 (1:40:26)]
[GRAPHIC=None]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Toronto, Canada; :]


In Toronto, The Blue Jays kept pace with the Yankees.
Darrin Fletcher hits this fly ball to left field two Devil Ray players collide and the double scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth Toronto beats Tampa Bay 7 to 6.
And here are tonight's Major League Scores.
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