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[TALENT=Teresa]

Just ahead on NEWS 7 at six.
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Some says it's a dangerous profession. Early this morning-- a local taxi- cab driver is shot and wounded. We'll hear from some of the man's co-workers about the perils of the job.
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And, a local church makes a nearly one million dollar investment.



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In sports, Duke and Arizona talk about tomorrow night's national championship match up, the women vie for the title tonight,
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and Dale Jarrett takes the checkered flag at Texas in a race where several new drivers stormed to the front.
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Rain showers and some isolated snow showers will slowly come to and end as the system departs...I'll have your forecast coming up....

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[VO-NAT]

A cab driver is shot and wounded-- now police are looking for two suspects.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Taxi-Shooting]


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The shooting happened around 5:30 this morning behind an apartment complex in Roanoke. Police describe the suspects as two black males in their early 20's. Kate Weidaw joins us now with details. [ROLL BACKGROUND VIDEO]
[LIVE= Kate/FULL]
[SUPER=@Kate1]

The victim is 30 year old John Powers of Salem who drove for Yellow Cab. Police say he was shot once in the back. Earlier today-- we spoke with some of Power's co-workers who say these kinds of incidents are rare. ((ROLLCUE:...))
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The call for a taxi came in at five in the morning. Dispatchers asked John Powers to pick up two men at the Salem View Apartments on Panorama Avenue. The pair allegedly asked Powers to take them to West Side Boulevard. But, when they were behind the apartment building, officials say the two men demanded money, shot out the two way radio, and then shot Powers once in the back. The pair then fled the scene. Neighbors in the apartment building called police after they heard a horn blowing for several minutes.
Yellow cab drivers like Eddie Sutton say the night shift can be a dangerous time to work, you just have to be careful.



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((EDDIE SUTTON: I RUN ANY WHERE ANYTIME NIGHT OF DAY AND AT LEAST CHECK OUT THE SITUATION IF IT DOESN'T FEEL RIGHT THEN I LEAVE IT ALONE.))
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Sutton says if someone tries to steal his money chances are they won't get away with much.

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((EDDIE SUTTON: I USUALLY CARRY ONLY 20 OR 30 DOLLARS ON ME ANYTIME I GET UP TO A CERTAIN AMOUNT IF I'M BY THE OFFICE I STICK IT IN MY CAR.))
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But Sutton believes this shooting will make drivers more cautious at night.

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((EDDIE SUTTON: I KNOW EVERYBODY SAYS IT WON'T HAPPEN TO ME WELL THAT'S WHAT I USED TO THINK UNTIL THIS HAPPENED IT WILL MAKE ME A LITTLE MORE APPREHENSIVE BUT I'LL KEEP ON DOING WHAT I'M DOING.))
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Powers was taken to Roanoke Memorial this morning but was flown to Duke Medical Center for surgery. Right now there is no word on his condition.



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There's a surge in the Hispanic population, specifically in Northern Virginia.
the statewide Hispanic population grew about 106 percent in the nineties, with Fairfax County having the highest percentage of growth.
Officials say a healthy economy fueled by the federal government and high-tech industry, proves attractive to the hispanic population. The Hispanic Committee of Virginia is devoted to improving the quality of life for Hispanics.
The organization offers job training, legal advice and English courses.


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A local church has a new place to call home.
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On Tuesday-- the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to sell a 38- acre plot of land to the Christian Life Fellowship Church near Glenvar. The former Lloyd property is located near the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salem.
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((BUTCH CHURCH/CATAWBA SUPERVISOR: IT GIVES ME GREAT PLEASURE TO MAKE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THE OFFER FROM THE CHRISTIAN LIFE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH MINISTRIES AND WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU. DAVID TUELL/PASTOR: I THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND I WOULDN'T HAVE YOU GUYS JOB FOR ANYTHING IN THE WORLD. I'LL TAKE MINE THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU. ))
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The church purchased the property for 984- thousand dollars.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[SS=NONE]

Coming up, News 7 Business Reporter Jennifer Miele has a look at the week in the business world..
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and the Roanoke Civic center looked more like Willy Wonka's chocolate factory than a sports arena today. We'll have all the tasty highlights up next.
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Funeral services were held today for fourth district congressman Norman Sisisky.
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The Democrat died Thursday, just days after undergoing lung cancer surgery. Sisisky served a district that ran from just west of Richmond to Hampton Roads and points south for 19- years. He was one of four Democrats remaining in Virginia's eleven member House delegation in Washington.
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Major league baseball opens a new season today.
But one pitch last week had one of our viewers crying "fowl."
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with News-7's Feedback.
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((It was a one-in-a million throw, a fastball from Arizona's Randy Johnson that beaned a low-flying dove by accident.
That sight ruffled the feathers of one Radford viewer (Jennifer Smart)
"Did you really think that story was something that viewers would enjoy watching? Frankly, I was disgusted and disturbed by it, and not only once, but all THREE times that the scene was replayed...I have always found your news to be responsible, thorough and accurate. However, I found this story to be in very poor taste and totally unnecessary. Next time, leave the pulverizing of a poor bird by a baseball to your rival news station and Ripley's Believe It Or Not!"
Our postal address at News-7 is PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
Our fax number is 343-7269.
The e-mail address is news@wdbj7.com.
Our website has an on-line forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

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Major layoffs this week at one of the region's largest employers.
News 7 Business Reporter Jennifer Miele has the low down on Volvo in this week's business review.
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This week in review... Volvo is cutting about 300 jobs at it's Dublin plant.
The cuts come on the heals of a February announcement that left 400 employees without a job.
A local union leader isn't surprised by the cutbacks, nor is he optimistic about the future.
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((BILL BURTON/UAW LOCAL 2069 PRES.; IT DON'T LOOK GOOD, THE FUTURE I MEAN LOOKING AT THE ORDER BOARDS, IT DON'T LOOK GOOD AND YOU LOOK AT THE NEXT SEVERAL MONTHS, HOPEFULLY SOME DOWN WEEKS WILL TAKE CARE OF IT))
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Volvo is one of this company's biggest customers.
Volvo's cutbacks are forcing Metalsa -- formerly Tower Automotive to make cutbacks of its own.
18 production workers will be furloughed until the truck markets picks up.
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Rubatex and its union finally came to a contract agreement after a year-long labor dispute.
In bankruptcy court Wednesday, a judge approved a loan will help the company pay its debts and keep the Bedford plant alive.
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((JOHN CANTLIN/RBX EXECUTIVE VP: WE NEED THE HELP OF THE EMPLOYEES, ALL OF THE EMPLOYEES, MANAGEMENT AND UNION. BUT WE'RE VERY OPTIMISTIC THAT WE'LL BE ABLE TO TURN THIS THING.))
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[PRE PRO]
Finally, the Dow closed up nearly 80 points at 9878.78. And the NASDAQ finished up almost 20, to close at 1840 for the week.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele.
That's this week's business review.))[Tease#2]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[SS=NONE]

Coming up, Steve Mason will have all the NASCAR highlights from Roanoke... Texas that is...
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[VO-NAT]

and a longtime broadcaster, teacher, and W-D-B-J-7 alumnus ends his career. We'll introduce you to Ron MacDonald, coming up after the break.
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It was a chocolate lovers dream come true.
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[VO-NAT]
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Table after table of gourmet goodies lined the Roanoke Civic Center for the annual Chocolate Festival. Restaurants from across the valley baked up their special chocolate recipes from cakes with rich chocolate frosting to creamy fudge as well as all kinds of other goodies for those with a sweet tooth.
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((JENNIFER PATTON: REALLY SWEET STUFF, VERY RICH BUT GOOD.))
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For those who had their fill of eating sweets there were other activities like the cake walk .... a contest where if you land on the right number when the music stops you got to take home a free chocolate cake. If you tried to get into the festival and were turned away, that's because it was sold out. 15-hundred people attended the event. All of the proceeds will go to Center in the Square.
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You may remember seeing him on your hometown station years ago. Washington and Lee Journalism professor and WDBJ veteran Ron MacDonald has been in the business for 50 years, but now plans to retire.
He's also the subject of this evening's Virginia Profile. Here's Joe Dashiell.
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((IT SAYS BOTH THE MACEDONIAN ARMY AND THE REBELS. WHAT REBELS? I'M NOT SURE. WELL, THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT THE ALBANIANS.))
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It's Thursday afternoon, and Ron MacDonald's students are on deadline, writing stories for their cable newscast, The Rockbridge Report.
MacDonald edits their copy, offers encouragement and reflects on the way it used to be.
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((NEWSROOMS USED TO BE REALLY LIVELY AND NOISY, PEOPLE YELLING AND RUNNING AROUND. AND OF COURSE NOW IT'S CUBICLES, NOBODY EVER SEES EACH OTHER. IT'S NO FUN ANY MORE.))
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MacDonald has had his share of the "fun." It was 50 years ago in April that he filed his first radio report in Vermont... 45 years ago when he joined WDBJ as a news anchor and reporter. [NAT SOUND OF MACDONALD ON WDBJ]
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MacDonald arrived in Roanoke, not long after Channel Seven signed on, and soon he was sharing a studio with Irv Sharp and the Top of the Mornin' Gang.
They were making television history, and they made it up as they went along.
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((AND IT WAS A VERY EXCITING TIME, AND A TIME WHEN I THINK ALL OF US ON THE STATION STAFF, EVERYBODY FROM THE SECRETARIES ON UP TO THE MANAGER, HAD THE SENSE OF ADVENTURE. WE'RE PIONEERS, WE'RE DOING THIS THING TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME KIND OF THING. AND IT WAS REALLY GREAT.))
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A news anchor proud of his reporting, MacDonald covered the 1968 elections, and interviewed Bobby Kennedy in West Virginia. [NAT SOUND OF KENNEDY INTERVIEW]
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((I'VE NOTICED THAT YOU HAVE BEEN INTERESTED, ESPECIALLY IN COLLEGE CAMPUSES, AND NOW YOU'RE ON THE ROAD SO TO SPEAK IN A MOTORCADE. DOES THIS MARK A CHANGE IN YOUR CAMPAIGN. NO I SPOKE FOR INSTANCE ALL THROUGH CALIFORNIA IN THE SMALLER TOWNS AND SOME OF THE CITIES...))
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But when a call came from Washington and Lee a few months later, he was ready to move.
In the 32 years since, he's taught countless classes, supervised more than 700 interns, and watched proudly as his students have populated newsrooms across the country.
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((THAT'S PROBABLY MY GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT, I GUESS, IS THAT I CAN LOOK OUT AND SEE PEOPLE OUT THERE IN THE WORLD WHO ARE DOING GOOD WORK.))
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On this day the journalists "doing good work" are still his students...
And as their final newscast of the winter term winds down, there's one story that wasn't in MacDonald's lineup...
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((TONIGHT IS A SPECIAL EDITION OF THE ROCKBRIDGE REPORT. IT'S THE LAST NEWSCAST FOR OUR EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, PROFESSOR RON MACDONALD.))
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Standing in the control room with his wife Pat, MacDonald listens as students and colleagues praise his respect for the english language, his sense of humor, and his dedication.
And celebrate a 50- year career that has carried him from the anchor desk to the college classroom. Joe Dashiell News 7 Lexington))






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Dale Jarrett wins his second race of the season, captured close to a half million bucks with a win at Texas, Duke and Arizona talk about the national champioship,
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and former Floyd County star Josh Spence has packed on some muscle as he prepares to contribute to the Hokies cause.


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Dale Jarrett took the lead with less than seven laps to go and wins his second race of the season, taking the checkered flag in the Harrah's 500 from the Texas Motor Speedway today.
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[SUPER=03-Fort Worth, TX/FOX; :00]


The Winston Cup cars brought out the first caution on lap four when Michael Waltrip spins out and hits the wall.


The fourth caution would come out when Casey Atwood and Joe Nemechek get together off turn two. Ward Burton is also caught up in the mess.
Elliott Sadler was on the move before getting loose and going up into the wall with 22 laps left in the race.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. had the lead late. But on the last pit stop of the day, he went in first, took on four tires and came out ninth and the pole sitter would finish 8th.
With seven laps to go, Jarrett passes Steve Park and becomes the first repeat winner of the season.
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Park was second followed by Johnny Benson, Kurt Busch and Jeff Gordon in 5th. Dave Blaney started 43rd and finished 4th! Kevin Harvick was 7th, Stacy Compton 15th, Elliott Sadler 16th, Jeff Burton 19th and brother ward 21st.


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The NCAA women's basketball national championship game tips off tonight at 8:30. Purdue and Notre Dame meet for the second time this season. The Irish won the first meeting 72-61. The match up makes Indiana the first state to put two of it's own teams in the title game.

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Duke will meet Arizona tomorrow night at nine o'clock right here on your Hometown Station in the men's basketball National Championship.
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Last night, the Blue Devils overcame a 22 point deficit against Maryland to beat the Terps 95-84 in the second final four from the Metrodome. Coach K says this team has as much heart as any he's coached at Duke, and that heart will be key tomorrow.
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Arizona beat defending national champion Michigan State 80-61 in the final four opener yesterday.
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The Wildcats defense smothered the Spartans. Arizona reached this point back in 1997 but the Cats take nothing for granted and are cherishing the moment.
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Six NBA games hit the hard wood today, one key match up featured Minnesota against Portland.
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The Trailblazers Damon Stoudlemire is gonna hook up with Rasheed Wallace on the one handed all oop slam on this play.
Then, Scottie Pippen showing he still has game, hitting the pull up jumper with a defender right on him, 17-10 Min
nesota still out in front.
[SUPER=32-Minnesota/99/Portland/95;]Then, Wally Zerbiak benefits from Wallace's mishandle of the rock, gathers the loos

e ball and puts it in.
Terrell Brandon gives Minnesota the double digit lead with the break away lay up, Timberwolves win 99 to 95
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The Virginia Tech football team is set to begin its second week of Spring practice. One of the players who is definitely getting a look from the coaches during these 15 days of workouts is former Friday Football Extra player of the week Josh Spence.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

The star running back from Floyd County is actually hard to miss. Since arriving at Tech last year, Josh has gained 16 pounds. He now weighs 221, and he has increased his bench press to 380 pounds. He's also improved his vertical leap to 37 and half inches.
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As Suggs said, Spence has already earned the coveted "Super Iron Hokie" status in the weight room twice. He has been assured by position coach Billy Hite that he will stay at running back this season. Right now, all Spence wants to do is get on the field and make something happen whether it be in the backfield or on special teams.
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ame at two o'clock. Spring practice continues in Blacksburg until Saturday April 21st, when workouts will culminate in the annual Spring g