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President Bush two-steps his way through inaugural festivities... after swearing-in ceremonies, parades and protests...

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[vo-nat] A stabbing at a Pittsylvania County business has deadly results. More on those stories in just a moment.
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[Inauguration]


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A new era dawns in America... as George W. Bush takes the reigns of power - becoming the 43rd president of the United States.
Yesterday was a day filled with historic moments.
Gretchen Carlson was in Washington for the festivities
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Authorities are still trying to determine exactly what happened after finding two stabbing victims at a Pittsylvania County business last night.
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Sheriff's deputies responded to White's Construction company on South Boston Highway just before 9:30. Authorities say they found two men with stab wounds. 55-year-old Jesse Carroll White Senior, believed to be an employee, was pronounced dead at the scene. The other man - 42-year-old Tommy Wilton Sellers - was taken to Danville Regional Medical center - where he was last reported in stable condition. Authorities say White and Sellers were the only two people in the building at the time of the stabbings - but they aren't sure who stabbed whom.
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An elderly woman who wandered away from her Roanoke County home yesterday had rescue crews on the look out.
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Authorities say a passerby spotted the 78-year-old woman walking in the woods around 3:30 yesterday afternoon and called police. Fire and Rescue crews searched for her for about 5 hours, but it was a homeowner who located the woman. Officials say the owner of a house on Hidden Hills drive arrived home last night and found her. Officials have not released her name but say she's doing fine.
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[Tease#1]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
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Should criminals face harsher sentences... for killing pets? We'll have the story of one local couple who told their story at the State Capitol - hoping for change.
[anchor=Leo]

And...
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[vo-nat] as Virginia lawmakers consider a moratorium on the death penalty - we take a look back at the biggest death row escape in U-S history.
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[nalty]


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Several bills before Virginia's General Assembly would limit or even stop executions in the Commonwealth. Several lawmakers say they're reconsidering the death penalty...
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[vo-nat]
because of the Earl Washington Junior case.
Washington was on death row...
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when D-N-A evidence exonerated him last year in the rape and murder of a Culpeper woman. A Prince William County delegate has proposed a bill requiring that juries be told about Washington's case.
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5 other bills are also being considered. Three of those bills would put a moratorium on executions until a study of the death penalty is completed. Two of the bills would abolish the "21-day rule" which allows inmates only three weeks to submit new evidence after sentencing.
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The month-long manhunt continues for SEVEN inmates who escaped from a high-maximum security prison in Texas and are suspected in the death of a police officer.
It's been nearly 17 years since Virginia had a prison outbreak of its own - and not just any prison outbreak. It was the biggest death-row escape in U-S history. Keith Humphry has a look back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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[helicopter shot TC 35:39] Helicopters... [guard with M-16 machine gun TC 8:30] high-powered weapons... and a lot [guards / searchers outside prison] of manpower were called on as officials found themselves answering a [back to media / reporters around officials shot from beginning] barrage of questions on May 31st, 1984. Six prisoners had overpowered several guards - taken their uniforms - and snuck out of the [prison sign TC 8:08] Mecklenburg Correctional Center near Boydton. And they weren't just ANY inmates:
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(( 4:05 -- ALL THE INMATES WHO ESCAPED - ALL 6 OF THEM ARE DEATH ROW INMATES AND AS SUCH HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF CAPITAL
MURDER AND IN MOST CASES OF A # OF OTHER OFFENSES AS WELL -- 4:19))
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[TC 13:31 - inmates in van] It didn't take long to capture two of the fugitives. [Earl Clanton - 7:02] But when Earl Clanton... and [Derick Peterson TC 7:55] Derick Peterson ... were handcuffed - [cops in laundromat - TC 18:12 -- cop walking in laundrowmat] the drama at the Laundromat where they were spotted wasn't over.
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((21:33 - DREW: AFTER AUTHORITIES APPREHENDED PETERSON AND CLANTON WITNESSES SAID THEY SAW A 3RD MAN HERE. ARMED OFFICIALS STARTED SEARCHING THE ENTIRE LAUNDROMAT - 21:41))
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[hold over shot of cop behind dryers] Authorities thought they [James Briley mug shot TC 7:38] had two more of the inmates - brothers James [Linwood Briley TC 7:23] and Linwood Briley - trapped... but after [COP opening and closing clothes dryers - 18:24] searching every inch of the place, the Briley brothers were still on the lam. [24:40 - running shot] An extensive manhunt for the Brileys and two others - was on.
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[holdup roadblock site] Roadblocks were set up in Virginia and North Carolina... By road.... [best search pics TC 22:10 - men with guns in field] by foot... [47:39 - armed troopers on railroad tracks] by rail ... [51:07 - helicopter] or by air ...
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[more ground search pics] the fugitives would be hard-pressed to make it past authorities... who were making their presence known everywhere.
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[continue best ground search pics 26:37, 32:40 ] But somehow... the remaining four escapees made it out of the state - by heading North. The next arrests would take more than another week. [suspect pic from tape 96-90 - 12/13/96] Lem Tuggle - on death row for the rape and murder of a Smyth County woman a year earlier - [1:20:13 and 1:20:22 - Lem Tuggle capture] was apprehended in Vermont after he robbing a woman at knife point. [Willie Jones - TC 6:51] Willie Jones was captured the same day - he was also in Vermont.
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((JOHN HOGAN / FBI: THE 2 FELONS THAT WERE CAUGHT IN NEW ENGLAND OBVIOUSLY PASSED THROUGH PHILLY ON THE WAY UP WE HAD REASON TO PRESUME THEY WERE HERE - 1:14:21)) [NO SUPER!!! - ALREADY SUPERED!]
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[1:18:52 - best Philadelphia neighborhood shots] The convicts' being apprehended in Vermont reinforced a theory that eventually led federal investigators to the masterminds of the outbreak... in Philadelphia.
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((James Briley ( super is already up) 1:13:16 - I WANT TO TALK TO THE GOV OF VA. Mr Briley you say you're innocent? I AM INNOCENT OF EVERYTHING THAT WAS DONE IN VA - 1:13:24))
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((ANCHOR STANDUP - CHARLES THOMAS, WCAU-TV, PHILLY (supered already!) - 1:13:41 - FBI AGENTS ARRESTED THE BRILEYS OUTSIDE THIS N. PHILLY CUSTOMIZING SHOP -- 1:13:46 ))
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[holdover James shot] James and [Linwood mug shot TC 7:23] Linwood Briley had been hiding out at their [1:13:58 - Philadelphia row houses] uncle's house in Philadelphia - and [garage pic TC 1:14:38 ] working at a nearby garage. Linwood Briley was [Linwood Briley walk shot TC 1:13:25] the first of the six fugitives to be executed - he died in the electric chair less than four months after his capture.

[Lem Tuggle mug shot TC 6:36] In 1996, Lem Tuggle became the last of the escapees to be put to death... [best command post / ground search pics TC 44:38, 57:30, 1:01:21] putting to rest the memories of the men who had nothing to lose - and tasted freedom after [cop at sunset pic TC 1:09:10 --END ON THIS SHOT!!!] the biggest death row break-out in the nation's history. That's Virginia Newsreel. I'm Keith Humphry.))


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[ANCHOR=Leo]
[NEWSCAST=Saturday a.m.]
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[TAPE#=Time Off #3 1:00:58]
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If you're not getting enough snow... you might want to consider heading north up Interstate 81 to Harrisonburg. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to Massanutten resort, a ski area that makes its OWN snow.
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((Mother Nature isn't cooperating at Massanutten Resort.
But that isn't keeping snow buffs from strapping on the boots and boards.
In fact, the resort says this year's been one of the best when it comes to swooshing down the slopes.

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((We were throwing snow on the mountain the week prior to Thanksgiving and that's the earliest we've been able to make snow. It's the coldest week since 1989 for snow making, so...))
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So... Joe Grandstaff says they've made enough snow to cover 14-downhill trails, including the longest in Virginia.
The runs vary in difficulty to accommodate everyone from the know-it-all to the novice.

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Once practice has made perfect snowboarders are welcome to strut their stuff on a course shaped for showing off.

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((We have quarter pipes and a lot of different bumps. The snowboarders are just having a good ol' time out there.))
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And if you'd rather take the slopes sitting down...

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((We have a tubing pard which is a multiple lane facility where you take an inner tube, which we supply, for a two hour session. You slide down the hill and catch a tow rope that'll take you right back to the top.))
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((Here at the resort we have two indoor pools, we've got basketball courts, squash courts. People can go out on our hiking trails. We're a four season resort here. There's horseback riding, etc.))
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All activities to keep you occupied once ski season melts into spring.
Shannon Young, News 7, Massanutten Resort.))
For directions to Massanutten and more information about classes, hours and lift tickets you can log onto our website at www.dot.wdbj7.com.
Click on the Time Off suitcase.


[Sports-Plays]


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Roanoke College's victory over Washington and Lee is Susan Dunagan's 400th career coaching win.
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The Maroons came out fired up and ready to give Coach Dunagan the victory that sports fans have been talking about all week.
Roanoke jumped out to the 12-two lead when former Patrick County star Holly Weber fires off this long jumper for two.
Roanoke native Kristina McMillian drives to the hoop for another two and the Maroons take a 39-19 advantage into intermission.
The Generals weren't going to make easy for Dunagan's crew. W&L cut Roanoke's lead to nine in the second half. Jessica Mentz led the Generals with 22, this bucket marked her 1000th career point.
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But the Maroons pulled away. Liz Sloop gets the points in the paint and Roanoke beats W & L 63-45.
Susan Dunagan becomes the eighth active division three coach to reach this milestone.
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You'll hear more from Dunagan, her staff and players in the second half hour Sports Extra.


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Governor Gilmore wants to take money from Virginia's anti-smoking campaign - and use it elsewhere. Administration officials note the campaign did NOT spend most of the money in its budget last year. But smoking opponents say the change would critically weaken the fledgling program, which lags behind other states in funding anti-smoking efforts. Gilmore says he would still use the money for health care needs.

[Health-Check]


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Joy Sutton has a round-up of other health stories topping the news recently.
Here's this week's Health Check.
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(([tape 500-26, 1:34:57]
Carilion Health System announced earlier this week it plans to share the ownership and operation of Carilion Bedford Memorial Hospital with Centra Health.
The two health care organizations say by working together they'll be able to use their resources more effectively and efficiently -- and provide more services to Bedford residents.
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((WE'LL BE ANALYZING WHETHER IT'S POSSIBLE TO BRING NEW SPECIALTIES AND NEW PHYSICIANS TO THE COMMUNITY. WE'LL BE LOOKING AT THE EQUIPMENT AND FACILITY AND WHAT FURTHER UPGRADES MIGHT BE IN ORDER))
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The hospital will be governed by an 18 member board of directors made up of Carilion, Centra, and the community.
The deal should be finalized within the next four months.
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In other health news, Under a new state law -- a family's permission will no longer be required for organ donation. That means if a person states that he or she wants to be a donor on a drivers license, a donor card, or in a living will --that decision is irrevocable even by the next-of-kin.
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(( I THINK IT'S GOING TO HAVE A VERY POSITIVE IMPACT AS TIME GOES ON PEOPLE ARE GOING TO REALIZE THAT, WHEN THEY PUT YES ON THE DRIVERS LICENSE, IT MEANS YES, AND PEOPLE ARE GOING TO BE TRANSPLANTED IN A MUCH MORE INCREASED RATE))
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More than 70-thousand people nationwide are on the waiting list for organ transplants. [ ]
Also making medical headlines,
The State Health Department has launched a new web address -- Healthy Virginians 20-10.
The state hopes residents will visit the site --and comment on 77 possible priorities in 24 areas dealing with health issues.
The results will be used to help set the health agenda for the next decade.
Public comment will be accepted until February 28th.
That's this week's health check, I'm Joy Sutton.))
You can find a link to the Health Department website on webwatch at WDBJ7-dot-com.


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Officials in Pittsylvania County investigate a fatal stabbing at a local business.
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[vo-nat] And ... as a new President takes the helm - Americans demonstrate their first amendment rights... protesting in the streets of the nation's capitol. More on those stories just ahead.
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[2Inauguration]


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A busy day await President Bush as he begins his first full day on the job.
It starts with a morning church service.
Later he and Mrs. Bush will greet visitors at the White House.
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Yesterday he was sworn in on the Capitol steps.
Then he danced the night away with his wife Laura.
Nell Carter, Kelsey Grammer, Drew Carey, Marie Osmond and Meat Loaf were among the masters of ceremonies officiating at the balls.
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Bush has already used the power of his office, blocking his predecessor's last-minute Medicaid and environmental rules.
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[Protests]


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The inaugural parade route was marred with protesters.
Thousands demonstrated for dozens of different causes.
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Many were outraged at how the elections were handled.
What ever their cause, the authorities were ready for the protesters.
10-thousand federal, state and local officers were on hand to try to keep the peace.
In the end, police only arrested a handful of demonstrators.
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[Clinton]


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Bill Clinton's final remarks as president at Andrews Air Force Base included thanks to a former senator from Virginia.
Clinton called Chuck Robb a wonderful man and thanked Robb for ... quote... ``meaning so much to me these last eight years.''
In October, Clinton praised Robb for the votes he cast in the Senate.
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Then it was off to his new home of Chappaqua, NY, where supporters of the former first family were on hand to extend a welcome.
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The Clintons are making this colonial in Chappaqua home while Hillary serves her senate term.
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=SunAM]
[WRITER=mce]
[TAPE#=01-02; 5:46]
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Just WHAT happened at a Pittsylvania County business last night?
That's what authorities are trying to figure out after finding two stabbing victims there.
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Sheriff's deputies responded to White's Construction company on South Boston Highway just before 9:30. Authorities say they found two men with stab wounds. 55-year-old Jesse Carroll White Senior, believed to be an employee, was pronounced dead at the scene. The other man - 42-year-old Tommy Wilton Sellers - was taken to Danville Regional Medical center - where he was last reported in stable condition. Authorities say White and Sellers were the only two people in the building at the time of the stabbings - but they aren't sure who stabbed whom.
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[NEWSCAST=SunAM]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=01-01; 23:20]
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A Franklin County couple says the punishment doesn't fit the crime - when it comes to people who kill pets. Jeff and Renee Fulcher say the person who shot and killed their dog faced only a misdemeanor charge - so they've taken their story to Richmond. Kate Weidaw reports.
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((On March 24 of last year Jeff and Renee Fulcher made a horrible discovery.

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((JEFF FULCHER: RIGHT HERE IS WHERE WE FOUND THE BLOOD SPOT AND IT WAS JUST A STEADY STREAM OF BLOOD ALL THE WAY DOWN THE ROAD BED AND BACK IN THE WOODS WHERE WE FOUND HIM AT.))
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The Fulchers found their 7 year old English Pointer named T-Bone dead in the woods from a gun shot wound. The Franklin County Sheriff's Department charged a neighbor with the shooting. When the Fulcher's found out it was only a misdemeanor to kill a companion animal they felt the law had to change.

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((RENEE FULCHER: TO TELL ME IT'S JUST A MISDEMEANOR IT'S JUST A HORRIBLE INJUSTICE AND IT'S OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE THESE UNJUST LAWS ARE CHANGED.))
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So the Fulchers took their story to the State capitol ..

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((RENEE FULCHER: WE WENT BEFORE THE COURTS OF JUSTICE COMMITTEE TO MAKE IT A FELONY TO KILL A COMPANION PET.))
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Although the bill passed in the committee, it still needs to go before the House and Senate .. If the bill makes it that far, it will still need Governor Gilmore's approval.

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((RENEE FULCHER: WE'RE JUST ONE VOICE NOW WE NEED THE VOICE OF MANY WHO HAVE A COMPANION PET.))
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The Fulchers say they know they have a long road ahead of them to change the law...But they say they're willing to fight, to make sure no other family has to go through what they did. Kate Weidaw News 7 Franklin County.))


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[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Tech and UVa basketball highlights are still ahead on News 7 Sunday Morning.
[ANCHOR=Leo]


And...
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[VO-NAT]

there's a big response when a local pastor brings his message of faith - to the homeless. In this week's Virginia Profile - meet Pastor Boyd Bullock and his wife Camillie. Stay with us.



[Profile-Open]


[ANCHOR=Leo]
[NEWSCAST=WeekendAM]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=Profile Open]
[GRAPHIC=Va. Profile]

He's been in Roanoke less then a year and already he's making some big changes in the homeless community. His name is Pastor Boyd Bullock... And at the end of last year he began a church for the homeless. Months later Haven of Hope Community Church has attracted dozens each Sunday... And one by one, Bullock is changing lives. Kate Weidaw has his story in this week's Virginia Profile.

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His voice is uplifting, his words are inspiring.

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((BOYD BULLOCK: THE BIBLE DECLARES WHILE WE'RE SINNERS HE DIED FOR US AND SO IF WE KNEW WERE SINNERS BEFORE HE DIED... YOU MIGHT AS WELL COME CLEAN.))
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At the age of 30, Boyd Bullock and his wife Camillie are making a difference by starting the first church in Roanoke that's focused on helping the homeless.

[SOT 29:20 INTERVIEW #2]
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((BOYD BULLOCK: THE ESSENCE OF OUR MINISTRY IS TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN THE ETHNIC AND ECONOMIC DIFFERENCES HERE IN THE CITY OF ROANOKE, TO LET PEOPLE KNOW ALL KINDS, PEOPLE RICH AND POOR, BLACK WHITE, SKINNY, HOWEVER YOU WANT TO SEE IT THAT CHRIST IS LORD AND WE'RE ONE IN CHRIST JESUS.))
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But Boyd never planned on bridging the gap this way... he'd always dreamed of becoming a professional singer... At least until two former pastors told him he carried more than a tune in his heart.

[SOT 10:06 INTERVIEW#1]
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((BOYD BULLOCK: THE NOISE ON THE INSIDE IT WASN'T AUDIBLE VOICE BUT IT SAID YOU ARE GOING TO BE A PREACHER AND THEN I RAN TO MY ROOM AND STARTED CRYING BECAUSE I THOUGHT I HAVE TO BE A SINGING STAR.))
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[BUTT, BUTT, BUTT]
[SOT 13:22 INTERVIEW #1]
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((BOYD BULLOCK: A WEEK LATER WE GOT A PHONE CALL FROM A MAJOR RECORDING COMPANY SAYING WE WANT TO PRODUCE YOU AND I GAVE THAT UP. THE SIGNING BONUS AND EVERYTHING IT WAS A $250,000 SIGNING BONUS.))
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Boyd began preaching in different parts of Virginia. He settled in Clifton Forge at the First Baptist Church but his life still didn't seem quite in tune.. until the voice of God chimed in.

[SOT 19:31 INTERVIEW #1]
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((BOYD BULLOCK: ONE DAY DRIVING TO THE CITY OF ROANOKE, GOD SPOKE TO MY HEART AND SAID I'M CALLING YOU TO THE CITY I CAME HERE AND CALLED MY WIFE FROM WORK.))
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[SOT 20:38 INTERVIEW #1]
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((CAMILLIE BULLOCK: HE SAID THE LORD LAID ON MY HEART THAT WE NEED TO GO TO ROANOKE I SAID THAT'S IT.))
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So the Bullocks packed up their five children and moved to Roanoke. Starting Haven of Hope Community Church meant getting the word out on the street.
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((KATE WEIDAW/REPORTING: BOYD ALREADY HAD A RELATIONSHIP WITH MANY OF ROANOKE'S HOMELESS AS A CASE WORKER FOR THE HOMELESS ASSISTANCE TEAM. HE AND HIS WIFE CAME TO PLACES LIKE THE RESCUE MISSION, TLC, AND TRUST TO SPREAD THE MESSAGE THERE'S NO EXPERIENCE LIKE THE HAVEN EXPERIENCE.))
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To the Bullocks' surprise 77 people attended the first service on September 10-th at Addison Middle School.
Michelle Coppola was there.

[SOT 7:03:34]
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((MICHELLE COPPOLA: I'VE NEVER RECEIVED THE HOLY SPIRIT UNTIL I JOINED HIS CHURCH.))
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While Michelle is getting her life back together by living at TRUST she says Boyd's ministry has made the greatest impact on her life.

[SOT 7:02:02]
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((MICHELLE COPPOLA: THE POWER THE MAN HAS BEHIND HIS MINISTRY THE WAY HE LOVES HIS PEOPLE AND CARES FOR HIS PEOPLE JUST THE INVOLVEMENT HE HAS FOR US IT DOESN'T MATTER WHERE WE COME FROM.))
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[SOT 30:19 INTERVIEW #1 COVER BITE WITH VIDS]
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((BOYD BULLOCK: IT MAY BEGIN WITH THE HOMELESS POPULATION, BUT I THINK IT'S GOING TO END WITH ALL PEOPLE, I BELIEVE WE ARE GOING TO BE A MIGHTY MIGHTY FORCE HERE IN THE CITY OF ROANOKE.))
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Kate Weidaw News 7 Roanoke.))

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A former employee of the Christiansburg Police Department wants his job back. So the 13-year veteran is suing ... for that right and 150-thousand dollars.
Former Lieutenant William Gibbs was let go a little over a year ago. He was involved in an accident in the Summer of 1999 where alcohol was allegedly a factor. Town police said he refused to co-operate in the internal investigation.
Gibbs says his "due-process rights" were violated. The case will be heard in FEDERAL Court.


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Pretty soon, driving a big rig through the Commonwealth may cost a little more.
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The House of Delegates has given preliminary approval to a bill that would triple the cost of getting a large truck or bus inspected. The bill's sponsor says the current cost of ten dollars doesn't cover the cost of inspecting the vehicles.. Opponents of the bill say it would hurt small trucking companies, churches and other groups that use their buses to transport members to church events and other functions. The House votes on the bill tomorrow.
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[Sports-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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Susan Dunagan is the eighth active division three coach to reach 400 career wins.
The milestone came last night when the Maroons beat Washington and Lee 63 to 45.
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[SUPER=01-Suzanne Webb/Roanoke College Senior; QUICK! :29]
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Susan Dunagan has created a tradition of winning at Roanoke College. In her 20 years at the division three school her teams have only had one losing season, they brought home 13 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships and 10 N-C-double-A appearances the past 11 years.
Last night against W & L her team was ready to give her another jewel in her career crown--a 400th victory.
It seem easy, as the Maroons took a 20 point halftime lead.
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But the Generals weren't going to turn over the win easily. Junior Jessica Mentz paced Washington and Lee with 22 and surpassed the thousand point mark for her career.
At one point the Generals cut the Roanoke lead to nine.
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Dunagan is the first to tell a remarkable staff and great teams have helped her reach this pinnacle.
Assistant Jim Robinson is also the head coach at Northside High School and knows just what an accomplishment coaching 400 wins is.
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With last night's 63-45 win over the Generals, Dunagan's record at Roanoke College is 400 and 125. The Maroons are 10 and four on the season and seven and two in the ODAC.


[Ball-Inaugural]


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Already in the infancy of his presidency, George W. Bush has made a confession... he can't dance.
None the less the 43rd president and his wife Laura waltzed their way into the White House last night.
We leave you now with sites and sounds from last night's inaugural festivities.
Have a good day.
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