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On News 7 at 5, jurors in Pulaski decide if Jeffrey Allen Thomas should die for murdering Tara Munsey. We'll have a live report.
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Also in Florida, a 14 year old boy is sentenced to life in prison for killing another child. [Weather-Head]
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Our weather story for the weekend features sunshine and temperatures that are reasonable for this time of year. More just ahead.

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Today in Sports, Steve Mason will have qualifying results from Atlanta,
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and in other news a lack of lifeguards could leave local pools in over their heads.
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Today on News 7, jurors sentence Jeffrey Thomas to die for the murder and attempted rape of Tara Rose Munsey.
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It took jurors just one and a half hours to return the death sentence. Prosecutors argued Thomas' violent history warranted his death. Defense attornies did not put any witnesses on the stand, saying the words of Munsey's own family should be enough to convince jurors to spare his life.
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Marya Jones joins us from the courthouse in Pulaski.
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[5-Child-Sentenced]


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A Florida judge today shows no mercy on a 14- year old- and sentences him to life in prison without parole.
As Drew Levinson reports the boy was just 12 when he murdered a six year old neighbor.
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(IT WAS THE CLIMAX TO AN EMOTION PACKED DAY INSIDE THIS FORT LAUDERDALE

COURTROOM. 14-year-old Lionel Tate WAS TOLD HE'LL SPEND THE REST OF HIS LIFE IN JAIL FOR MURDERING A SIX YEAR OLD GIRL.
JUDGE JOEL LAZARUS/BROWARD COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
JUDGE JOEL LAZARUS REJECTED A BARRAGE OF PLEAS FROM THE BOY'S LAWYERS, FAMILY, FRIENDS AND HIS MOTHER. KATHLEEN GROSSETT-TATE/MOTHER OF DEFENDANT "ALL I CAN ASK..."
LIONEL, 12 AT THE TIME, WAS CONVICTED OF THE FIRST DEGREE MURDER OF YOUNG TIFFANY EUNICK. TATE SAID it WAS AN ACCIDENT AND happened WHILE WRESTLING...the little girl sustained more than 30 injuries including a fractured skull and lacerated liver.
KEN PADOWITZ/PROSECUTOR
AS HE HANDED DOWN THE MANDATORY LIFE SENTENCE... JUDGE LAZARUS SAID THE EVIDENCE AGAINST TATE WAS CLEAR AND INDISPUTABLE. HE REJECTED MOTIONS FOR A NEW TRIAL AND A COMPETNACY HEARING.

(LEVINSON STANDUP, REFERS TO THE GOVERNOR WILLING TO ACCEPT A REQUEST

FOR CLEMENCY.))

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The company that was supposed to save Martinsville is having trouble saving itself.
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Cinergy Corporation announced plans to build a new power plant back in December.
But today, the Wall Street Journal reported Cinergy has found itself 2 point 9 billion dollars in debt.
Cinergy now faces a potential merger.
Martinsville officials say that won't affect the construction of the power plant.
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((EARL REYNOLDS/MARTINSVILLE CITY MANAGER: OUR AGREEMENT WITH CINERGY CORPORATION, OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THEM GOES BACK SIX OR SEVEN YEARS, AND THROUGHOUT THE RELATIONSHIP, THEY'VE PURCHASED OTHER COMPANIES, AND WE'VE CONTINUED TO DO BUSINESS UNINTERRUPTED.))
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The plant would generate an estimated 1 point 4 million dollars in tax revenue each year.
The merger negotiations are reportedly in advanced but delicate stages.
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President Bush steps in to keep one airline flying. We will have the details after a short break,
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[VO] And from Danville, we'll see how some toys from the past are offering a glimpse of the future.
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Northwest Airlines flights will keep on going-
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President Bush today issued a 60-day cooling off period between Northwest and its mechanics- it's an effort to block a mechanics strike.
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((THIS ORDER THAT I SIGNED TODAY WILL PREVENT DISRUPTION OF AIRLINE SERVICE FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS.))
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The President has the authority to step in- if the economy could be harmed by transportation strikes.
The mechanics had threated to walk... first thing Monday monring.
The two sides have been going at it for over four years- so no telling what 60 days will do.
Retirement, wages and back pay are the main sticking points.
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Roanoke County is preparing to deploy 20 new paid fire and rescue employees... and the question of where they will go is raising new concerns tonight.
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County fire officials will outline the plan at Tuesday's meeting of the Board of Supervisors, but residents of Mount Pleasant and Bent Mountain are already reacting to reports that their stations won't get any of the new positions.


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((ONA EARLY: OUR CITIZENS WANT THE SAME SERVICE THAT THE OTHER COMMUNITIES HAVE AND WE DO NOT HAVE IT, AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO GET IT.))
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Leaders of the Mt. Pleasant Civic League have organized a meeting on the subject Monday night at Mount Pleasant Elementary School.
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Fire and E-M-S Chief Rick Burch says the department has conducted a detailed study, and plans to assign the new employees to areas with the highest volume of calls.
Burch says he hopes the supervisors and county residents will have a better understanding of what the department is trying to accomplish once they see the entire plan next week.


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For many people summer wouldn't be the same without a trip to the pool.
But some local pool managers say if they can't get enough life guards this year -- your time in the water could be limited.
So, that's why they're already gearing up to recruit, Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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((
When it's hot outside -- the pool seems to be the coolest place to be.
And while wading in the water can be waves of fun -- it can also be dangerous.
That's why lifeguards are ready to respond at a moments notice. So, if there is a shortage pool managers are faced with some tough decisions.
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((JIM FARMER/ROANOKE CITY ATHLETIC SUPERVISOR: IF WE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH LIFE GUARDS WE JUST SIMPLY CAN'T OPEN. WE HAVE 300 TO 400 PEOPLE AT THE POOL AND WE NEED ADEQUATE STAFF TO MAKE IT A SAFE ENVIRONMENT)) [RUNS09]
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((MARY BETH LAYMEN/ VINTON SPECIAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR:WE HAVE TO HAVE A MINIMUM OF FIVE LIFE GUARDS IF WE DON'T HAVE THAT WE'LL HAVE TO CUT BACK ON HOURS AND SERVICES THAT WE OFFER)) [RUNS11]
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Local pool managers hope the American Red Cross can help them avoid another shortage like previous years.
It is offering additional training classes --and is recruiting life guards at schools, churchs, and colleges.
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To qualify for a life guard course you must meet certain criteria. [Pre-pro]
You must be at least 15 years old.
You must be able to tread water for two minutes continuously only using your legs in water at least seven feet deep.


You must be able to swim 500 yards continuously using various strokes.
And you must be able to surface dive and retrieve and 10 pound object from the water at least seven feet deep.
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: MOST POOLS WILL OPEN MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. THE AMERICAN RED CROSS SAYS FOR THE ROANOKE VALLEY THEY'LL PROBABLY NEED TWO TO THREE HUNDRED LIFE GUARDS. JOY SUTTON, NEWS7, ROANOKE COUNTY)) [RUNS10]
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The American Red Cross is already starting classes for life guard training and certification. There are scholarships available.
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To find out more information or to find a job location you can contact the American Red Cross at 985-3546




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Something out of this world has landed at the Danville Science Center.
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Its all part of a new space exhibit that shows toys and memorabilia from some of your favorite science fiction films and television shows.
It includes battle scenes from "Star Wars" re-created with action figures.
But the exhibit is more than just fun and games.
The goal is to teach kids an important science lesson.
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((GINNY LAUBINGER/DANVILLE SCIENCE CENTER: ITS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IF WE'RE GOING TO GO ANYWHERE IN THE FUTURE ITS GOING TO DEPEND ON IMAGINATION AND HEAVEN KNOWS OUR TOYS WERE INSPIRED A LOT BY IMAGINATION AS WELL AS TECHNOLOGY.))
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The toys go as far back as the thirties and forties.
The space toys exhibit runs at the Danville Science Center through the end of May.
The Center now has new hours.
It's open Tuesday through Saturday but closed on Sundays and Mondays.
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Still to come on the newscast, Jacey Birch says it would be a crime if you missed the new play at Hollins University.
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This weekend if you want some comic relief... You may want to check out "Crimes of the Heart"
It's a Pulitzer Prize winning play by Beth Henley- about three sisters.
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Jacey Birch is at Hollins University where the actors are rehersing for tonight's show.
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Coming up in Sports, Steve Mason will have today's A-C-C highlights,
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[VO] And we'll meet the latest Survivor voted out of the Outback. Greensboro's Jeff Varner says someone else's slip up may have cost him a million dollars.
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An Intel profit warning sent the stock markets spiraling this morning.
Alexis Christoforous is here to tell us how they finished the day.
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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Friday ticker.
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Dale Jarrett won his second straight pole of the season, 12th of his career today, capturing the top spot for the Cracker Barrell 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway with a speed of 192.748 miles per hour.
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Jeff Gordon was the second fastest, qualifying on the outside front row in the Dupont Chevrolet. Here's your top 25.


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Stacy Compton was 28th, Bobby Labonte 34th, Jeff Burton 37th, and Elliott Sadler 40th, [S5-ACC]


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The ACC men's basketball tournament has invaded the Georgia Dome. Virginia and Georgia Tech would battle in a 2:30 tip off.
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The fourth seeded Yellow Jackets swept the fifth seeded Wahoos this season and Pete Gillen was looking for revenge.
Despite a poor offensive first half by both teams, UVa's Travis Watson made good on [SUPER=34-Georgia Tech/74/Vir

ginia/69;]this follow, collecting Roger Mason's miss and slamming it home. 26-24 Tech at the half.
Yellow Jacket big man Alvin Jones was solid all day long, scoring here as Georgia Tech beats UVa 74-69.
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Tech will meet North Carolina tomorrow in the semi-finals. The Heels beat Clemson 99-81 today, thanks to Jeff Capel's 23 points.
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Some of the state's top young swimmers are in Radford this weekend for the state meet. Roy Stanley has more.
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((600 swimmers representing 35 teams from around the state are competing in the meet at the Dedmon Center in Radford.
The ages range from 8 to 14 in both boys and girls divisions.
This meet presents a little added pressure because the swimmers are competing for record breaking times.)) ((DOUG FONDER/MARLINS SWIM COACH:)) ((DANNY DARVALICS/RADFORD SWAT:)) ((ROY STANDUP:)) ((BILL BEECHER/POLL DIRECTOR:)) ((The meet will continue throughout the weekend.
Roy Stanley news 7 sports.))
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Coming up at six, words from the Express and more ACC basketball, see ya then everybody.


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Jeff Varner is the latest person to get voted off television's most popular program. The Greensboro native believes it was another contestant's comment that led to his dismissal.
Bob Winsor reports.
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(( OUTBACKER JEFF VARNER HAS RETUIRNED TO HIS FAVORITE DELI BACK IN NEW YORK CITY
More nat sound deli
TRACK; ALTHOUGH RAISED IN NORTH CAROLINA, IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG FOR JEFF TO BRING A NEW YORK APPROACH TO THE OUTBACK.
JEFF VARNER SAYS OC: (62b/8;33) Everybodys hold hands and praying singing songs brady Bunch thingI hated it it drove me crazy there has to be conflict here people tearing each other up and I want to sit and watch it happen.
TRACK: TO FIGURE OUT WHAT JEFF DID WRONG..ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS REWIND BACK TO THIS CHALLENGE IN EPISODE 2 WHEN THE TWO TRIBES STARTED TALKING TO EACH OTHER WHILE WAITING TO BEGIN.

JEFF VARNER SAYS OC: (#62b21:06) Were standing on top of this cliff

preparing to jump off//we were all ready to begin///Tina looks up at Kimmi and says who did Deb vote for last night..im not telling you anything ..Kimmie goes Jeff..i started breathing heavy..I froze there..this other tribe could not find out.

JEFF VARNER SAYS OC: (#62b/22;15) I could have killed her I could have

dragged her by the neck and thrown her ass off the cliff myself..instead I said your right I got the first vote walked away tried to forget about it.
TRACK: BUT THE OGAKOR'S DIDN'T FORGET..ARMED WITH THAT KNOWLEDGE AND KNOWING COLBY WAS IN JEOPARDY..THEY WENT THE SMART ROUTE.
Jeff probst discusses rule and votes off Jeff.

JEFF VARNER SAYS VO: (#63b/34;27) WHEN I SAT THERE AND SAW MY NAME GO UP

FIRST IT ALL CLICKED..//IT'S GONNA BE ME


TRACK: NOW THAT HE'S BACK HOME, JEFF CONCENTRATES A LOT OF HIS TIME ON A COLORING BOOK DEDICATED TO HELPING KIDS WITH CANCERIT'S ANOTHER SIDE OF JEFF YOU DIDN'T REALLY SEE..FOR CBS..THIS IS BOB WINSOR REPORTINTG
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