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A death sentence for the man who killed a Radford teenager. A LIVE report from Pulaski coming right up.
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And the company planning to build a power plant in Martinsville is 2-point-9 billion dollars in debt, poised for take-over.
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In sports, qualifying from Atlanta, swimming from Radford,
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and ACC basketball from the Georgia Dome as Virginia again makes an ealry exit from the tournament.
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A jury decides Jeffrey Allen Thomas should die - over the wishes of the victim's mother.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Thomas]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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It took the jury just an hour and a half to settle on a the death the sentence, - -even after hearing Tara Munsey's mother plea to spare Thomas' life.
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Marya Jones is at the Pulaski County Courthouse with reaction.
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[SUPER=01-Mike Fleenor/Prosecutor;]
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[Patterson]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A well-known radio personality in Bedford County must serve seven months in jail .. for taking indecent liberties with a child.
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[SUPER=03-Bedford/November 2000;]


James Patterson, was convicted last year for offenses involving young boys... some of the cases dating back 20 years.
Patterson was sentenced to a total of 30 years, with all-but seven months suspended. He'll be on probation for ten years.
The prosecutor says he and the victims were pleased with the sentence.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=kwe]
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A Roanoke man charged with killing his girlfriend is back in his home town tonight ... behind bars.
30 year old Antonio Garland was arrested Saturday morning in Richmond.
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Police say after Garland was stopped for a traffic offense, he admitted killing his girlfriend. [00-53 1:24:46]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Saturday]


Based on information from him, Roanoke police found the body of 36- year old Deborah Ann Jackson Jones in her apartment.
Officials say she had been dead several days.
City police went to Richmond today to bring Garland back here.
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[Cinergy]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=jmi]
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A company that's supposed to bring Martinsville out of the red .. is having some financial troubles of its own.
Cinergy Corporation has plans to build a 150 million dollar power plant in Martinsville.
But published reports today revealed Cinergy is almost three billion dollars in debt.
Jennifer Miele explains what this may mean for the power plant to be built in Martinsville.
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(( [NAT SOUND] [RUNS04] ((MAYOR MARK CRABTREE: THIS IS A HOMERUN FOR THE CITY OF MARTISVILLE.))
Plans for a new Cinergy power plant in Martinsville were revealed in December.
City officials dubbed it the biggest economic development announcement in the city's history.
But today, the Wall Street Journal revealed that Cinergy Corporation is headed for a takeover.
The company is reportedly 2.9 billion dollars in debt.
The company wouldn't say what a possible merger would mean for the Martinsville plant, and said only that they refused to comment on "market rumors."
Martinsville's city manager Earl Reynolds was on the phone as late as yesterday confirming the plant's construction.
He says the potential merger won't stop this million dollar tax base from being built.
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[IN Q=We don't believe]

((EARLY REYNOLDS/MARTINSVILLE CITY MANAGER: WE DON'T BELIEVE THIS WILL HAVE ANY IMPACT ON THE PROJECT WE'VE BEEN DISCUSSING ABOUT OPERATING A PEEKING PLANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY CINERGY CORPORATION HERE IN THE CITY OF MARTINSVILLE.))
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[RUNS16] [STAND UP] ((JENNIFER MIELE/REPORTING: NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN CINERGY AND ITS POTENTIAL BUYER ARE REPORTED TO BE IN ADVANCED STAGES, BUT DELICATE AT THE MOMENT. MEANTIME, THE CITY'S PLANS FOR THE POWER PLANT CHARGE ON. JENNIFER MIELE, NEWS 7, MARTINSVILLE.))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Teaching first-year teachers.
Still ahead, why one county is working to help new teachers all it can.
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And Roanoke faces a "taxing" proposal. But even if it's approved, most residents would never have to pay it.
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[TAPE#=01-01 1:36:45]
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To bring more tourists to the Roanoke Valley and more overnight guests to local hotels, the region may have to spend more money to market its attractions.
Tonight, Joe Dashiell reports a member of Roanoke City Council is proposing an increase in the lodging tax to make that happen.
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((Bill White wants to raise the city's transient room tax by one percent... and earmark the additional 314- thousand dollars in annual revenue for marketing efforts by the Roanoke Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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((THE LOGIC BEHIND THAT IS THAT TAX WOULD BE PAID ALMOST ENTIRELY BY PEOPLE WHO VISIT THE ROANOKE VALLEY. AND WHAT THAT TAX DOES IS GENERATE OTHER TAXES THAT CAN BE USED TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO OUR CITIZENS.))
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There are 52-hundred hotel rooms in the Roanoke Valley... Most nights less than 60 percent are occupied. That figure is well below state and national averages.
Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Dave Kjolhede says there is a direct connection between a community's marketing efforts and its ability to generate tourism and convention business.
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((WE HAVE TO BRING PEOPLE TO OUR PRODUCT. WE DON'T TAKE PRODUCT TO PEOPLE. SO IT'S REALLY A BATTLE FOR HEARTS AND MINDS AND LETTING PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT ALL THE GREAT THINGS HERE IN THE VALLEY, SO THE MORE MONEY YOU HAVE TO PUT INTO THESE EFFORTS CERTAINLY THE MORE EFFECTIVE YOU'LL BE.))
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The lodging industry has been pushing for a larger marketing budget for years, and hotel officials say they can support an increase in the room tax if the money is used for that purpose.
If Roanoke takes the lead, Bill White is hoping other jurisdictions will increase their contributions... help to spread the word about the Valley's scenic beauty, inviting attractions, and available accomodations.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

[Police-Training]


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After months of phone calls and letters, a gay rights activist from Lynchburg is finally getting his wish.
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Bill Connelly asked Lynchburg city council in January to set up a hate crimes awareness workshop.
Connelly wants the city's police force to have a better understanding of the concerns of gays and lesbians.
Roanoke police have undergone hate crimes training.. and next week, Lynchburg cops will do the same.
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((LT. J.J. STAPLETON/LYNCHBURG POLICE: IN LIGHT OF WHAT'S HAPPENED IN ROANOKE, THERE'S BEEN A LOT OF DISCUSSIONS ABOUT THE WAY THAT PART OF THE COMMUNITY FEEL IT'S BEEN TREATED, AND IF IT'S A PROBLEM FOR THEM THEN IT'S A PROBLEM FOR US, WHETHER REAL OR PERCEIVED.)) ((BILL CONNELLY/GAY RIGHTS ACTIVIST: THAT'S WHAT WE NEED TO LET THEM KNOW, WHAT'S GOING ON OUT THERE, BECAUSE IT CAN HAPPEN HERE AND IT HAS HAPPENED HERE. AWARENESS IS A FIRST PART, YOU KNOW.. EDUCATION.))
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The day-long training session is taught by the F-B-I and the Department of Criminal Justice.
It will not be open to Connelly or other members of the public.
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The entire proposal won't be outlined until next week, but Roanoke County's plan for 20 new fire and EMS employees has reignited a recent controversy.
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The county is preparing to assign the new employees the board of supervisors voted to hire in October.
While fire officials will provide a full briefing next week, they HAVE been telling individual squads how they will be affected.
And residents of Mt. Pleasant and Bent Mountain aren't happy with what they're hearing.
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((MIKE ALTIZER/MT. PLEASANT CIVIC LEAGUE: NOT ONLY ARE WE NOT GETTING ANY OF THE PEOPLE, FROM WHAT WE UNDERSTAND THE ONLY ONE FULLTIMER THAT WE HAVE HERE IS BEING REASSIGNED TO ANOTHER STATION. SO ACUTALLY WE DIDN'T GAIN ANYTHING, WE ACTUALLY ENDED UP LOSING IN THIS SITUATION.))
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Fire and EMS 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.
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County officials will meet with members of the civic league during a meeting Monday night at Mount Pleasant Elem

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[Henry-Mentor]


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We've all heard of teachers mentoring students.
But how about teachers mentoring one another?
Thats the idea behind a new program in the Henry County School District.
Danville Bureau Chief Justin McLeod shows us how mentors can help beginning teachers pass their first year.
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((((NAT SOUND OF COUNTING NUMBERS)) For first year teachers like Amy Perry, its something they can count on. The first year is going to be tough.
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((AMY PERRY/FIRST YEAR TEACHER: I LOVE IT BUT IT IS STRESSFUL. I THINK IF I HAD TO THINK OF A WORD ITS STRESSFUL.))
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But help has arrived.
Thanks to a new 66-thousand dollar state grant, the Henry County school district now has a teacher mentoring program.

Here's how it works.
A first year teacher is paired up with a more experienced one.
The goal is to meet once a week and provide a support base for beginning teachers.
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((LOUISE CLARK/MENTOR: WE BASICALLY JUST GET TOGETHER AND TALK ABOUT THE CONCERNS AND THE PROCEDURES, THE POLICY'S, HOW TO HANDLE CERTAIN SITUATIONS.))
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Those situations may involve how to deal with a disruptive child or ways to motivate students.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: PART OF THIS IS THE FACT THAT A LOT OF FIRST YEAR TEACHERS DON'T RETURN FOR A SECOND ONE. HERE IN HENRY COUNTY, OUT OF THE 62 NEW TEACHERS HIRED LAST YEAR, 15 DID NOT COME BACK.))
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((NAT SOUND OF TEACHER TEACHING 5:52:01))
Nationwide, 30 percent of beginning teachers leave the profession within the first five years.
The Henry County school district plans to use part of that grant money to find out why.
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((DAWN HOLLEY/PROGRAM DIRECTOR: PART OF IT IS THE STRESS. TEACHING IS ONE OF THE FEW PROFESSIONS IN WHICH A NOVICE IS EXPECTED TO PERFORM THE SAME DUTIES AT THE SAME EXACT LEVEL AS A EXPERIENCED PERSON FROM THE DAY THEY WALK INTO THE CLASSROOM.))
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The hope is that with a mentor closeby beginning teachers will drop in without dropping out within a few years.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Henry County.))

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Virginia cannot avoid Yellow Jackets sting, Dale Jarrett makes it two straigth poles,
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and hundreds of swimmers invaded Radford University's Dedmon Center today competing in the state meet.
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Dale Jarrett won his second consecutive pole and 12th of his career today in qualifying for Sunday's Atlanta Motor Speedway's Cracker Barrell 500 with a speed of 192.748 miles per hour.
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Virginia got just seven points from Chris Williams and fell to Georgia Tech for a third time this season in the ACC tournament today at the Georgia Dome.
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[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/Raycom; :00]


Travis Watson had a solid game for UVa, pumping in 12 points while pulling down 11 rebounds. Georgia tech led 26-24 at the half.
[SUPER=34-Georgia Tech/74/Virginia/69;]

Roger Mason was the top scorer for the Cavaliers, ripping rope for 20 points, his basket here made it 55-55 with 8 minutes left. But Jackets big man Alvin Jones broke John Salley's blocks record, he had six today, 12 rebounds and 20 points. Georgia Tech beats UVa 74-69.

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[anchor tag anchor tag anchor tag]
Roanoke's Knights of Columbus Council 562 is celebrating its 100th year by helping young people. Denise Allen has more on the 31st Basketball Tournament for Youth.
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((
At stake on this afternoon--a trip to the final four--the basketball Tournament for Youth final four.
The tournament has grown since 1970 when it was just for 13 and 14 year olds.
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Now the competition includes Midget, Little, Junior, and Pony Divisions. More than 200 invitations are sent out to all the rec teams in Roanoke and the surrounding counties.
12 cheerleading squads will also vie for tourament honors this weekend.
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More than 650 young people have participated this year.
150 volunteers help carry out this event.
Pete Ragone has worked the tournament every year since its inception.
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All the money raised in the six day tournament goes to youth sports for equipment and uniforms.
It also benefits the volunteers.
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Something the players feel as well, at the end of championship weekend.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports. ))
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Games will be played tonight, tomorrow and Sunday at Roanoke Catholic.




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600 swimmers ages 8 to 14 are in Radford this weekend swimming for individual and team titles and hopefully qualifying for a team that competes around the country.
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It's the state swim meet for the perspective age groups. There's added pressure on some of the swimmers because the top 2 in each event will advance to the state zone team.
Making that team is a big deal to the young swimmers as far as their future in swimming.
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Schools across the country are beefing up security after the recent school shooting in California .. and copycat incidents in other states.
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[NO SUPER]
At Hidden Valley Junior High School in Roanoke County, parents are the ones keeping an eye on the students.
The School Watch program is intended to help make the school safe, and it's making the students feel secure.
Tonight on News 7 at 11 we'll walk the halls with some parents to see what it's like being a "parent on patrol".
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