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Questioning the way the crime scene was handled in the Thomas murder trial.
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Also tonight, the Governor's latest accounting in the budget shortfall. A LIVE report from Richmond.

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In sports, the State Wrestling tournament opened at the Salem Civic Center this afternoon The Lady Falmes of Liberty advance to the Big South Championship game.
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And Louisville head basketball Denny Crum hangs up his Whistle on his 64-th Birthday.
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Defense attorneys suggest investigators mishandled the crime scene in the Tara Munsey murder.
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Good evening. I'm Keith Humphry.

[Thomas]


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The attack on physical evidence against Jeffrey Allen Thomas took center stage in court today as prosecutors introduced items found around Munsey's body.
They say many of them implicate Thomas in her murder. But the investigation and the evidence quickly came under attack by defense attorneys.
Marya Jones explains.
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The Thomas trial resumes Monday at 9.



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Virginia has 72 million more dollars to work with.
And localities have 94 million more.
That's the latest budget update from Governor Jim Gilmore today.
Gilmore announced he does NOT need legislative approval to reduce the state contribution to the Virginia Retirement System -- which the V-R-S board approved last fall.
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Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom.
Where does this news fit into the budget crisis?
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Well, apparently, we can subtract 72 million dollars in state retirement contributions from the 421 million dollar shortfall.
And we can subtract the 31 million dollars in savings the administration announced yesterday.
Which brings us, by my reckoning, to a 318 million dollar shortfall.
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Noon today was the deadline for state agencies to submit cuts of up to 15 percent.
The Governor has spared K through 12 education and direct human services from the cuts.
But the plans will be kept secret for now.
Today, Gilmore said 72 million dollars in state savings and 92 million localities will save helps stave off of the cuts.
But he acknowledged the money comes from the pot he'd urged localities to use to raise teacher pay.
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Republican Senator William Wampler of Bristol is one of the budget negotiators.
I spoke with Senator Wampler by phone this afternoon, and he says he's disappointed to see the small amount of money the Governor had originally intended going to teacher pay raises be raided at this point.
He's also eager to see more specifics on the cuts.
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Q&A KEITH: Any word on whether the Governor will still call a special legislative session later this month?
ELLEN: The Governor said for the first time today that might be unnecessary, if he can continue to manage the shortfall. Remember, the existing budget funds the full phase-out of the car tax -- with cuts to other parts of the budget.


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A Virginia Military Institute graduate walked away today from what could have been a five- year prison term.
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John Daniel Payne had turned in a fellow cadet for setting fire to V-M-I's barracks.
So the government gave him credit for building a case against Twan Redmond. And that allowed the judge to ignore the five-year mandatory sentence for arson.
The 23-year-old Hanover County man told the court he'd consumed "an enormous amount of beer and shots of liquor" the night of the fire.
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The two set the fire in barracks after learning six of their friends were being drummed out for honor code violations. The fire was quickly put out and no one was hurt, but V-M-I says it caused 5-thousand dollars worth of damage.
Payne was ordered to pay 50-dollars a month in restitution.
He'll remain on probation for three years.
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A stand-off between Roanoke Police and a teenager who threatened to set himself on fire ended without serious injury this afternoon.
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Police were called to the 700 block of 18th street around 12:30.
A spokesman says the 16- year- old had threatened to burn the house down, and had poured a flammable liquid on himself.
Police negotiators spoke with the teenager for an hour, and they eventually persuaded him to surrender.
He was taken to the hospital for observation and counseling.
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There's a different kind of detention for some students who misbehave in Southside. They might spend their Saturdays... NOT cleaning house... but cleaning school.
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And then there are some local students who could teach plenty of adults a thing or two when it comes Wall Street. We'll explain - still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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Virginia Tech is another step close to choosing a new Provost...
The University's search committee has narrowed the pool of applicants down to three people.
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They are Ellen Wartella, a college dean at the University of Texas.... [DEAN SMITH FS] Dean Smith, a senior vice-president at the University of Hawaii... [MARK MCNAMEE FS] and Mark McNamee, a Dean at the University of California, Davis.
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A Tech Spokesman says the candidates will be on campus the last two weeks of March for extensive interviews and that a decision is expected by April.

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You're about to meet some of the world's youngest stock brokers.
They are eighth grade students at North Cross Middle School competing in a national contest for a FREE share of stock.
News 7's Jennifer Miele says: "watch out Wall Street... the kids in the hall mean business."
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Forget about plain old fractions and decimals.
These 8th graders at North Cross High school are putting together a stock portfolio with one thing in mind... winning. [NAT SOUND]
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This class is one of 50 across the country participating in Salomon Smith Barney's Young Investor's program.

They'll pick five stocks from a list of 25.
North Cross students with the best portfolio at the end of three months get a share of Citi Corps Stock. [00:41:50] ((I THINK IT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN THE WORLD FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND, THAT YOU WILL BE AN OWNER OF SOME OF THE BEST BUSINESSES OUT THERE.))
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Thomas Wright's group passed over American Online and Gap stock, and went for Exxon instead. [TC:00:53:12] ((THOMAS WRIGHT/NORTH CROSS STUDENT: THERE'S ALWAYS GOING TO BE MONEY IN A GAS COMPANY, NOT A DOT COM COMPANY. LIKE AMAZON, YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN.))
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Many adults have trouble balancing a check book, let alone compiling a stock portfolio.
That's why Thomas' parents say the Young Investor's Program is worth millions. [TC:00:51:29] ((SUZI WRIGHT: STARTING KIDS AT A YOUNG AGE TO START UNDERSTANDING SOMETHING WE HAVE TO UNDERSTAND FOR THE FUTURE. ESPECIALLY FOR THEIR FUTURE.))
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North Cross students like Thomas are no strangers to ticker tape.
It's been running in Eli Lesser's classroom since last year. [TC:00:36:13] ((ELI LESSER: WE PROGRESSED TO TEACHING STUDENTS ABOUT HOW THEY MIGHT LEARN ABOUT STOCKS AND USING THEM. STOCK SYMBOLS, STOCK GRAPHS, RESEARCHING A STOCK. AND INFORMATION THAT GOES ALONG WITH IT.))
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Just by looking, you can tell their interest rate is sky high.
So win or lose, the payoff is priceless.
Jennifer Miele, News 7, Roanoke County.))

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The kids watching Wall Street today were in for a wild ride like everyone else... as the major averages sank early - rallied later... then ended mixed. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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Friday marks the end of a long school week and the beginning of the weekend.
But some students at one Southside school still have one more day to go.
It's called Saturday detention.
Danville Bureau Chief Justin McLeod shows us how this program emphasizes making the grade... AND making amends.
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Students here at Westwood Middle School in Danville know bad behavior won't be swept under the rug.((SHOT OF SWEEPING; 1:06:10))
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((JUSTIN GWYNN/STUDENT: I HAD DONE SOMETHING WRONG IN CLASS AND THEY SAID I COULD EITHER GET SUSPENDED OR GO TO SATURDAY DETENTION. SO I PICKED SATURDAY DETENTION SO I WOULDN'T GET IN TROUBLE.))
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Saturday detention lasts three hours.
The first half consists of academics where students can make up assignments or get extra help in a particular subject.
Once that's completed, students roll up their sleeves and get down to work....the down and dirty kind.
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The reason kids are cleaning and mopping the school?
Educators here at Westwood Middle School believe a student should do more than just time for their crime.
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((BRENDA DAVIS/COORDINATOR: WE BELIEVE IN RESTITUTION IF YOU DO SOMETHING WRONG THEN YOU SHOULD GIVE BACK TO THE SCHOOL.))
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Saturday detention started almost two years ago.
It's the only program of its kind in the Southside area.
The Superintendent, parents, and surprisingly many students support the program's goal of giving back.
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((STEVE HOWERTON/STUDENT: IT'S FUN. I LIKE IT.)) ((LAURELL MALONE/PRINCIPAL: IT'S PART BUILDING CHARACTER TO REALLY LOOK AT YOU'VE DONE SOMETHING WRONG TO TAKE AWAY FROM SCHOOL DURING THE WEEK. AND THIS IS A CHANCE TO REMEDY THAT.))
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A chance for students to wipe away a wrong and make it right.
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There is also another component to Saturday school.
Students who have failed a subject or have been suspended for the year can go and get instruction or extra help.



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Danville's Boys and Girls Club has a new place to call home.
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The club held a ribbon cutting ceremony today at its new facility on Industrial Avenue next to Gibson Middle School.


It houses a gym, a game room and a learning center that includes internet access.
The club used to serve sixty kids a day.... but the club's director hopes to nearly triple that number with the new facility.
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((TODD LEE/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: WE CALL OURSELVES A POSITIVE PLACE FOR KIDS. AND WE WANT THE KIDS TO REALIZE THAT WHEN THEY COME THROUGH THESE DOORS THEY HAVE ACCESS TO A LOT OF THINGS THEY WOULDN'T HAVE ON THE STREETS. SO THAT'S OUR MAIN FOCUS. AND WE HOPE WE CAN DO SOMETHING POSITIVE FOR THE DANVILLE COMMUNITY.))
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The new Boys and Girls club officially opens Monday at 2:30 in the afternoon.
The club serves kids between the ages of 5 and 18.
Membership costs only three dollars for the year.
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And coming up in sports, Denny Crum retires Green Bay Packer quarterback Brett Favre gets a contract extension.
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And the state's top wrestlers are on the mats at the Salem Civic Center in the first day of the Group A and Double A tournament.
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The group A and 2A state wrestling tournament has replaced basketball at the Salem Civic Center for now. Steve Mason has some first impressions from the opening day of action, Steve.
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Louisville Head basketball coach Denny Crum announced his retirement today on his 64-th birthday.
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Crum won 12 Metro Conference regular season championships and 11 Metro tournament titles in the 19 seasons the conference awarded championships. Crum is ranked 14-th on the all time victory list with 674.
But while he's retiring he will still remain with the Cardinal family.
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The Lady Flames of Liberty have advanced to the Big South Championship game.
Liberty beating High Point 74 to 55. Michelle Fricke led the flames with 15 points. It's the Lady Flames 12-th straight Big South tournament victory.
Meantime, The Radford men are on the court as we speak for their first round game in the tournament. We'll have those highlights tonight at 11.
The Liberty men also play tonight.

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The seventh ranked Virginia men's basketball team ends the regular season tomorrow at 2 PM at Maryland. The Cavs beat the Terps 99-78 January 31st. They expect Maryland's best.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE!!!!!!!] You can catch the UVa/Maryland game right here on your Hometown Station WDBJ. Tip off is again at two PM. [Wx-Tape]
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If you're a dog owner, you know animals can offer more then companionship.
For disabled people, they can be the key to living a normal life.
Tonight, Saint Francis of Assisi Service Dog Foundation is honoring their service dogs.
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Kate Weidaw is at the Wyndham Hotel where the event is being kicked off in minutes.
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It's been a year now... since an explosion at a Radford plant...
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killed three people.
Family members of those who lost their lives in the Intermet Foundry explosion are planning a memorial service.
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We'll speak with one of them tonight... on News 7 at 6.