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Up next on News 7, a controversial group plans to protest homosexuality - at the funeral of a Roanoke man killed in Friday night's bar shooting.
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And Ronald Edward Gay - the man charged with the alleged hate-crime - appears in court today.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Danville Regional Medical Center's blood supply is nearly wiped out.
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And the Veterans Hospital in Salem says patient care will NOT be compromised - as it deals with some shortages...
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


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The man accused of opening fire in a Roanoke gay bar is arraigned in court. Meanwhile anti-gay activists are planning protests - at the victim's funeral.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Reverend Phelps and the congregation from Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas City protested outside the funeral of gay murder victim Matthew Shepard.
Now the group plans to protest homosexuality - at Roanoke victim Danny Overstreet's funeral.
It won't be the first visit to our area for the Reverend Phelps and his congregation from Westboro Baptist Church.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/October, 1999]


You might remember they traveled to Lynchburg last fall to protest the meeting between the Reverend Jerry Falwell and gay minister Mel White.
During that meeting, Falwell agreed to tone down his anti-homosexual rhetoric, which some gays feel has inspired violence against gays.
But Falwell says what happened in Roanoke was "not" the result of his preachings.
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((REV. JERRY FALWELL/LIBERTY U. CHANCELLOR: MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE VICTIMS, MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE FAMILIES OF THE VICTIMS. BUT THIS MAN, I AM SURE, NEVER LISTENED TO BILLY GRAHAM OR JERRY FALWELL OR HIS PASTOR IN ROANOKE AND WENT OUT AND DID THIS. HIS HATRED AND BIGOTRY DID NOT ORIGINATE FROM SOMEONE'S BIBLE TEACHING, BUT RATHER HIS LACK OF CONTACT WITH BIBLE TEACHING.))
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Falwell says if Ronald Edward Gay is found competent to stand trial and is convicted of the crime, he should be executed.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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But he feels the shooting does "not" prove the need for hate crime legislation.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The suspect was arraigned in Roanoke today.
Ronald Gay is being held without bond on a first- degree murder warrant. [KEITH-BOXES]
Keith Humphry was there this morning for Gay's first court appearance.
[ANCHOR=Keith]


Ronald Gay called his brother in Canada the middle of last week.
BILL Gay says there was no indication, no warning, of what police say happened Friday night at the Back Street Cafe.
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He says brother, Ronnie, was schizophrenic, that he TALKED about a lot of things- -building bunkers in the sand- -but he never followed through on them.
Ronald Gay is charged with first degree murder. Aggravated malicious wounding charges will likely follow next week.
Gay is probably NOT a candidate for a CAPITAL Murder charge.
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((DONALD CALDWELL/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: IT DEPENDS ON WHETHER OR NOT EVERYBODY SURVIVES BEING SHOT. AT THIS POINT IN TIME, MURDER AND AGGRAVATED MALICIOUS WOUNDING CHARGES ARE THE MOST APPROPRIATE.))
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Caldwell says it's not the first time someone's been killed for what he IS. Prostitutes have been murdered, he points out, because of their profession. But the man who's been the city's chief prosecutor for the last two decades believes this is the first time anyone's been targeted with death for being gay.


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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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While two of those who were injured Friday night remain in the hospital, others are now recovering at home...
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Kathy Caldwell was shot in the right shoulder and the left hand.
She says Gay started cursing, then raised the gun above his head and began firing around the room.
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[SOT 17:09:39]
[IN Q=Once he started shooting]

((ONCE HE STARTED SHOOTING, HE HAD NO FACIAL EXPRESSION. HE HAD NOTHING. ONCE HE STOPPED HIS COAT KIND OF FLEW UP IN THE AIR, PUT THE GUN BACK DOWN IN HIS POCKET AND WALKED OUT THE DOOR.))
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[OUT Q=walked out the door.]
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We'll hear much more from Kathy Caldwell on News 7 at Six.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A 20-year-old woman in New Kent County pleaded no contest today to killing her baby in a microwave.
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Elizabeth Otte (Ott-ee) says there's enough evidence to find her guilty of involuntary manslaughter. Under the plea agreement, she faces at most ten years in prison. Otte's lawyers indicated earlier they plan to use an insanity defense.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Boston Celtics player is recovering after he was stabbed several times.
The latest, still ahead.
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And... investigators in Virginia Beach want to know why a car carrying four women plunged from the fifth floor of a parking garage... killing everyone inside.
There's much more to come on News 7 at 5.
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Four women are dead after a puzzling accident in Virginia Beach.
The women - all nurses from the same New York City hospital - were in a car that plunged from the top floor of a motel parking garage.
Jennifer Jones reports.
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(((LOCATOR: VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, YESTERDAY)
This is the deadly scene of a freak accident that witnesses say happened without warning. Everything seemed so normal. -- Jim Reiner Witness in: (11:21:26) I heard this car come up the ramp and come around like it was going to park next to me, I turned around to see it time just to see him drive through the wall. -- A cinderblock wall, a 5 story fall from a Virginia Beach hotel parking deck. -- Doug Saul Witness
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in:I saw the front wheels of the car come over, it was still accelerating and then it just done a little topple and come over and landed right on its roof. -- With 4-New York nurses still inside. The car crushed so badly, it had to be taken away to excavate the bodies. -- Eileen Cassidy, MD St. Vincent's Hospital
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in: They're really going to be missed and alot of the nurses, who knew them better than I..., they're really sad today, there are alot of tears in this hospital. -- The four women were nurses at New York's St. Vincent's Hospital. Said to be the best of friends, the nurses often travelled together. Who knew one of their routine road trips, would turn out to be anything but.
JANE CONNORTON, HOSPITAL PRESIDENT out: -- STD UP: Authorities are now looking for answers, so far they have ruled out any use of alcohol as well as mechanical failure.))




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A Boson Celtics Basketball Player
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is hospitalized tonight after he was stabbed at a bar early this morning.
Paul Pierce is in Fair condition at a hospital after he was stabbed in the face, neck and back. It happened The Buzz Nightclub in Boston.
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((THE VICTIM WAS ATTENDING A PRIVATE PARTY BEING HELD AT THIS LOCATION ACCORDING TO WITNESSES THE STABBING TOOK PLACE IN THE POOL ROOM LOCATION IN THE REAR OF THE NIGHT CLUB.))
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The 22 year old was reportedly in town to take part in a charity golf tournament. No one's been arrested in the stabbing.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The United States says Slobodan Milosovic belongs on trial at the Hague as a war criminal- not at the helm of the Yugoslav government.
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It appears the voters of Yugoslavia have rejected Milosovic- and instead voted for opposition candidate
(Vo-YEE-Slav Kosh-too-NEET-sa) Vojislav Kostunica.


Now the question Milosovic will honor the results.
Milosovic's allies have refused to concede defeat.
They do acknowledge though that Milosevic could face his main challenger in a runoff.
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School projects are often dreaded by students but Jacey Birch stopped by one college campus where the students were all too eager to take a bite out of their homework.
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Freshman engineering students at Virginia Tech were required to put their heads together and design racing cars.
Doesn't seem too bad except that these running cars had to be constructed completely of food.
Jacey Birch explains more about the homework assignment from the Virginia Tech campus.
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Coming up today in Health Check - Danville Regional Medical Center's blood supply is in critical condition.
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And the Veteran's Hospital in Salem is having to send some emergency patients to other hospitals because of a lack of space.
But V-A officials say quality care is STILL their priority.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The V-A Medical Center in Salem says it's taking steps to improve the overall health care it provides to veterans.


[ANCHOR=JEAN 2 shot]


Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
[ANCHOR=Joy 2 shot]


Jean,
Last year the V-A served more than 21-thousand patients.
[ANCHOR=JOY FULL]
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But not everyone's happy with the care they've received.
The director says the V-A is doing its best to make sure patients needs are met.
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(( World War Two Veteran Francis Gorman has been in and out of the V-A Medical Center dozens of times this year. He says he's always been happy with the quality of care he's received.
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((FRANCIS GORMAN: I COULDN'T ASK FOR NO BETTER TREATMENT I THINK THEY TREAT YOU PRETTY NICE HERE))
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But not everyone feels that way.
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((ROSA BAKER/VETERANS WIFE: IN THE PAST YEARS WE'VE GOT GOOD CARE, BUT IN LAST RECENT YEAR IT'S BEEN REALLY BAD BECAUSE ONE PERSON DOESN'T SEEM TO KNOW WHAT THE OTHER PERSON DOING. YOU JUST GET SHIPPED DOWN THE LINE SO MANY TIMES. AND THE DIRECTOR OF THIS HOSPITAL I'VE CALLED HIM NUMEROUS TIMES AND HE IS NOT CONCERNED ENOUGH ABOUT THE PATIENTS TO EVEN RETURN CALLS))
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((DR. STEPHEN LEMONS/DIRECTOR: EXTERNAL REVIEWERS HAVE VALIDATED THE QUALITY OF OUR CARE AS BEING SECOND TO NONE. WE ARE WORKING INTENSIVELY TO EXPAND BOTH THE QUALITY AND THE SUBSTANCE OF SERVICES BEING PROVIDED))
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Dr. Stephen Lemons says within the last six months the hospital has worked hard to reduce the amount of time it takes to get an appointment.
He says it now takes 45 days - instead of 135 - for new patients to get an appointment. But Lemons says a lack of space is sometimes forcing the V-A to divert emergency patients to other hospitals.
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((DR. LEMONS: I WOULDN'T SAY A LOT BUT IT'S OCCURRING WITH MORE OF FREQUENCY THAN I AM COMFORTABLE WITH ))
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Lemons says he's concerned that they made need to increase both the number of monitored beds and intensive care beds at the facility.
Another area the medical center is struggling with is the recruitment of specialists... because it's having to compete with the private sector - which can pay a lot more.
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((RAJIV JAIN/CHIEF OF STAFF: I KNOW WE'VE HEARD MANY CONCERNS FROM VETERANS IN THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS FOR DELAYS IN GETTING ACCESS TO SOME OF THE SPECIALTY SERVICE WHICH IS A CONCERN))
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Now the V-A is looking in alternative places in hopes of finding physicians:
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((RAJIV JAIN: FOLKS WHO ARE RETIRING FROM HE MILITARY WHO WOULD HAVE A REASON TO STAY WITH V-A HEALTH CARE SYSTEM. ALSO LOOKING AT FOLKS THAT ARE COMING OUT THE TRAINING PROGRAM THAT ARE NEW GRADUATES))
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The V-A says a nurse shortage is also a possibility in the future - but officials are already taking steps to address that by launching a youth volunteer program
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[IN Q=We're calling it the VA cadets]

((MARY RAYMER/ASSOC. CHIEF OF STAFF:WE'RE CALLING IT THE VA CADETS. THE REAL PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM IS TO INTRODUCE PEOPLE INTO NURSING AS A CAREER AND WE HOPE TO BEGIN THAT THE FIRST OF THIS YEAR))
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Lemons say he wants the veterans to know the V-A will always be here and is not backing away from providing quality health care.
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Jean?


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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Danville Regional Medical Center could soon be canceling surgeries if it does not receive more blood donations.
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A couple of patients over the weekend nearly wiped out the blood supply. The inventory went from about 200 to 85 units of blood. Employees at the hospital are taking time out of their day to help out.
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[SUPER=01-Kim Doss/Blood Donor]

((KIM DOSS/BLOOD DONOR: I KNEW THERE WAS A NEED AND WE HAVE A LOCAL BLOOD BANK AND WE NEED TO KEEP OUR SUPPLY UP SO THAT PEOPLE WITH SURGERY HAVE THE BLOOD THEY NEED AND IS AVAILABLE.))
[SOT 39:43]

((AMY GORE/DONOR ROOM TECHNICIAN: WE HAD SOME SEVERELY CRITICAL PATIENTS OVER THE WEEKEND AND DROPPED MORE THAN 100 UNITS IN TWO DAYS AND OUR INVENTORY IS AT A CRITICAL LOW. AND WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN GET RIGHT NOW.))
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Welcome folks to the Monday ticker. Your Hometown Station received official confirmation this morning
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that the Hokies will be playing Big East foe Boston College right here on WDBJ-7 this Saturday afternoon.
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[PINNACLE TECH-BOSTON COLLEGE] The fourth ranked Hokies and the once beaten Golden Eagles will kick things off at 3:30 with pregame coverage from CBS sports beginning at three. That's Tech and BC this Saturday only on WDBJ-7.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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UVa's loss to Clemson pushes the Tigers to 7th in one poll. Steve Mason examines two teams whose running games are headed in two different directions.
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[IN Q="first audio]
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[SUPER=01-Tim Spruill/UVa Cornerback; :19(QUICK!!!!!!)]
[SUPER=01-Tommy Bowden/Clemson Head Coach; :35]
[SUPER=01-Woodrow Dantzler/ACC Rushing Leader, 124 Yard avg.; :44]
[SUPER=01-Arlen Harris/UVa Starting Running Back; 1:16]
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((Woody Dantzler was dazzling. The junior rushing for 220 yards and averaged 12.2 yards a carry. His big play capability produced two huge runs, this 75 yarder that would put the Tigers up 24-10 and then a 45 yarder. He is conference's leading rusher, and is 13th nationally. ((:))
Dantzler is also the nation's third rated passer and number one in the ACC. He's also 7th in the nation in total offense. Despite lofty stats, Virginia Tech's Michael Vick still sets the standard. ((:)) ((:)) While Dantzler is running, Arlen Harris is rubbing his left knee. Still recovering from September 8th surgery, he has watched the three headed monster that includes himself, Antwoine Womack and Tyree Foreman go from a 263 yard, 4 TD outing against BYU, to an average of 114 yards and 1 touchdown in the last three games minus Harris.))

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-74]
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The other news concerning Big Cats - the Cincinnati Bengals' head coach Bruce Coslet resigned this morning.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Cincinnati, OH; :00]

He is being replaced by 63 year old Dick LeBeau, who faces the unenviable task of turning the Bengals into winners. LeBeau has been the Bengals assistant head coach. Many of you may remember him when he was the Steelers defensive coordinator.
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[TALENT=MIKE]
[GRAPHIC=TICKER]

Much more of the day's sports is coming up at six, including the weekly Monday night Tech 2000 report. Tonight we're talking web sites and musical CDs. Take care everybody [GO TO BREAK]

[5-WEB-DAY]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=Web Day]
[GRAPHIC=web Day]


Earlier Jacey told you about edible cars... Well, if you're open to the idea of eating a car... perhaps today's Web Site of the Day will peak your interest.
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[VO-NAT]


Wacky-uses-dot-com is devoted to telling you how to use popular products - for purposes you might not have thought of.
For instance - if you're out of toilet cleaner - author Joey Green says Alka-Seltzer can work wonders.
Just drop in a couple of tablets - wait 20-minutes - then brush and flush. And coffee can perk up your garden and houseplants.
Green says just add Maxwell House coffee grounds to the top-soil for healthier plants...
A teaspoon of Jell-O in warm water makes for a tasty - and stylish- hair gel.
And if you're looking to get RID of some hair - Green says Reddi-Wip makes an excellent shaving cream. From Alberto's VO-5 Hairdressing - to Ziploc Storage Bags - wacky-uses-dot-com lists alternative uses for dozens
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of products.
You can link up to the site on our homepage at WDBJ7-dot-Com.
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