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Another assault in the war on drugs... this time in Henry County. We'll tally up the dope and body counts in just
a moment.
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And a Randolph Macon woman is remembered by her classmates three months after she was killed on a train testle in Lynchburg.
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In sports, the NCAA tournament is back in action tonight, Jeff Burton talks about the tough season he's having, a Radford University golfer is making waves
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as is Cave Spring ace Tyler Lumsden as 15 pro scouts show up to watch him.
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Spring has finally arrived with temperatures climbing into the 50s today and 60s tomorrow...I'll have your mild forecast coming up.... [open]
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Dozens of alleged drug dealers are arrested in Henry County today.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

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After months of undercover investigations, the Henry County Sheriff's Department, along with State Police and the F-B-I have charged 56 adults and one juvenile.
The charges range from distribution to possesion of cocaine and marijuana.
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Kate Weidaw is Martinsville with the details tonight.
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The former head coach of Danville's boys basketball team will spend NO time in jail for having sexual contact with a minor.
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Ronald Hollingsworth today pled guilty to taking indecent liberties with a female student at his home in January.
The judge put Hollingsworth on probation for three years.
Hollingsworth became head coach at George Washington High School last July.
Shortly after his indictment, Danville's school superintendent put Hollingsworth on administrative leave.
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Superintendent Andy Overstreet was unavailable to define what Hollingsworth's status with the school district is now.

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The vote is tomorrow morning.
But Virginia's state Board of Education is about to adopt its first overhaul of the Social Sciences Standards of Learning since their inception in 1995.
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Even after months of input from teachers and the public, the process is NOT without serious disagreements on the Board itself.
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Board President Kirk Schroder says he's very anxious that the Board NOT toss ideas into the S-O-Ls that are hard to test students on.
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The Board is also trying to stay away from playing what it calls "the name game," rethinking the list of historical figures the committee that wrote the standards has included in the history standards at each grade level.

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Virginia's only psychiatric hospital for children will no longer bear the name of a man who favored sterilizing thousands of people.
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The state's mental health board voted today to rename DeJarnette Center to the Commonwealth Center for Children and Adolescents.
Doctor Joseph Spencer DeJarnette was director of the hospital for 38 years -- AND a leader in Virginia's eugenics movement.
He proposed forced sterilization of blacks, American Indians and whites he considered physically or mentally "defective."
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First Union will pay 26 Million dollars to settle two lawsuits over employees' retirement funds.
The employees claimed that First Union illegally managed their 401-K plans for the benefit of the company, NOT the employees.
More than 150-thousand former and current employees could see money from the settlement.
The original lawsuits asked for a total of 450 million dollars.

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Coming up, a local college remembers one of its students killed on a train trestle...
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and some elementary students have this principal seeing green. We'll tell you why in just a few minutes.
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They remember her as a girl who always had a smile for everyone she met and who went out of her way to connect with others.
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It was three months ago that Randolph Macon Woman's College freshman Sarah Corvington was killed by a train in Lynchburg.
Friends, classmates and teachers gathered for a memorial service at the school today.
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((MADELINE CORVINGTON/SARAH'S MOTHER: WHEN WE HEAR THE STORIES IT BRINGS A SMILE TO MY FACE AT THE SAME TIME A TEAR SWELLS UP IN MY EYE. WHAT WILL BE SARAH'S LEGACY? I CAN ONLY HOPE EACH OF YOU CAN DO SOMETHING SIMPLE AND PURE IN SARAH'S NAME. IF YOU CAN HELP A STRAY CAT OR DOG, DO SO. IF YOU SEE A PERSON LOOKING AS IF THEY ARE STRESSED AND HASSLED, STOP BRIEFLY JUST TO GIVE A SMILE. AND WHEN YOU ARE PRESENTED WITH THOSE GLORIOUS SUNRISES AND SUNSETS, GIVE THANKS FOR YOUR LIFE.))
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The college planted a "remembering tree" on campus in Sarah's honor.
A Hampden- Sydney College freshman was killed and another Randolph Macon student was injured in that accident last December.
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The Dow Jones Industrial average was down more than 300 points this morning, though it recovered a lot of its losses by the closing bell.
At lunch time the market had reached bear market status.
Wall Street bears may not have claws, but News 7's business reporter Jennifer Miele says they can do just as much damage as their forest-dwelling cousins.
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And the current market status smells worse than a zoo.
The 30 stocks measured by the Dow Jones Average devalued by more than 20 percent from their peak -- reaching bear market status.
So what's to blame? Brammer says inventory.
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But Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan is fighting to get us out of the woods.
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The concept of statewide passenger rail service is still steaming ahead, despite the impasse over the state budget.
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Supporters of the Trans-Dominion Express got an update on the project today in Lynchburg.
Officials say they'd hoped to get another ten million dollars from the General Assembly this year, but were passed over during the budget battle.
But they're confident the money will be there later on.
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The service would run north from Bristol through Roanoke and up to Washington D.C.
It also would connect Lynchburg and points east towards Richmond.
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The United Way of Roanoke Valley is hoping a big grant will help little children to start school ready to learn.


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Bank of America announced the 375-thousand-dollar grant at the Greenvale School earlier today. School officials hope the money will help retain qualified teachers.
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The "Success by Six" program helps prepare children under the age of six for school, and encourages continuing education for teachers.
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Students at Grandin Court Elementary had the last laugh today, as their principal received a make-over.
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It's not easy being green. Phyllis Cundiff discovered that this morning as her students applied bright green fingernail polish and make-up.
Cundiff was delivering on a promise, after challenging the students to read at least 750 books.
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Cundiff said she's extremely proud of her students, and was happy to complete her colorful challenge.

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Highlights from the Cave Spring/Northside baseball game today, one attended by 15 pro scouts, Jeff Burton offers perspective on his rough season so far,
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and we will tell you about a Radford University golfer making bigtime headlines.
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On the Diamond yesterday, Cave Spring High School was at home hosting cross county rival Northside.
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Tyler Lumsden was on the mound for the Knights as more than 15 pro scouts watched the big lefthander throw against the Vikings.
Lumsden was hot early as he struck out four of the first seven Vikings he faced through two innings.
The Knights backed him up at the plate. Shawn Potter sends this Brian Eagan pitch off the scoreboard in left center field for a solo homer and the Knights led 2 to nothing through the fourth inning.
Cave would add another run in the inning Eric Jones hits a grounder to short,
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Northside's Michael Eubank's throw to first is low allowing Tom Hagan to score from second and make it 3 to nothing and Cave Spring goes on to win it 10 to zip.
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The Winston Cup circuit rolls into Bristol today for this weekend's Food City 500.
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Jeff Burton came into this race last year having recorded three top 5's. This season has been much tougher, Burton is 35th in the points standings.
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Qualifying gets underway this afternoon at 3:30.

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While Virginia's run at the NCAA title is over, one Cavalier is drawing high praise from NBA scouts.
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Sophomore center/forward Travis Watson has been mentioned in NBA circles. ACC ref Duke Edsall has heard of Watson's value from an NBA scout.
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Tonight's Maryland/Georgetown West Regional Semi final game could be labeled a back yard brawl and the Hoyas may be feeling more pressure.
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Radford University golfer Stephanie George is tearing up the links. Denise Allen introduces us to the senior.
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((Stephanie George is one of the best collegiate golfers on the east coast, but it wasn't always that way.
The Myerstown, Pennsylvania, native says she began her golf career at Radford with nearly a 10 handicap.
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Since her freshman year George has learned how to manage her time. Now she fits in her school work and puts more hours on the links than ever before.
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George's goal is to make the All-Big South golf team and help her team to the conference title and an NC-Double-A Bid.
After graduation she starts working for a spot on the LPGA Tour.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports. ))


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Finally, we go to the links for the first PGA tournament that draws all the best, the Players Championship. Paul Azinger is the leader at this time. He fired a six under 66 for the day and is finished. Vijay Singh is holding strong in second, one stroke off of Azinger's pace.
Tiger Woods with this shot here on 15. Tiger finished the round even par with a 72.
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One other note. David Duvall withdrew from the Players championship because of tendinitis his right wrist, an injury that might jeopardize his chances of playing in the masters.[Wx-Tape]
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Diabetics know the routine all too well. They must check their blood sugar levels several times a day.
Now there's a new way to do it. While it can't reduce the number of checks, it promises to be less painful.
The story tonight on News 7 at 6.