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Today on News 7 at 5, one of the region's largest car dealers wins a long legal fight with Montgomery County,
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and another student takes a gun to school. This time he shoots at his principal.[Weather-Head]
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Also today, we'll visit with Survivor Kentucky Joe now that he is back on the farm,
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and we'll meet an artist who is making a larger than life tribute to NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt.
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((WE'LL NEVER FORGET THE STUDENTS AND TEACHERS WHO LOST TEHIR LIVES TWO YEARS AGO TODAY.))
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The Columbine shooting .. two years ago.. but the tears and sorrow still very fresh for the people there.
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We'll have more on that story in a moment, but first we have some breaking Sports news. The San Diego Chargers have traded the number-one pick in Saturday's N-F-L draft to the Atlanta Falcons.
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The Chargers had been negotiating with Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Vick in hopes of taking him with the first selection, but those talks stalled as the week wore on.
The Chargers said they would not draft Vick if they could not sign him to a contract before the draft. Steve Mason will have more on this developing story coming up in sports.


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Two years after the Columbine High School shooting- another school shooting today.
No one was hurt in that shooting- we'll have details in a moment- but it brings to light again the problems with violence in our nations schools.
Meanwhle in Littleton Colorado- A simple ceremony held to remmeber the victims-
Manuel Gallegus has more.
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((COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL WAS CLOSED TODAY, AS HUNDREDS OF STUDENTS, ALONG WITH RELATIVES OF VICTIMS OF THE SHOOTING, GATHERED FOR A SOMBER MEMORIAL
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MANDY, student
Well never forget the lives we lost that day. Well always remember their spirit. As a school and with the columbine community, we have come together to help each other in healing.
STUDENTS ERIC HARRIS AND DYLAN KLEBOLD STORMED THE SCHOOL TWO YEARS AGO. THEY KILLED 12 CLASSMATES AND A TEACHER, AND WOUNDED 26, BEFORE TAKING THEIR OWN LIVES IN THE SCHOOL LIBRARY. JANE HAMMONDS, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS we have to be inspired by the courage of our students, they have helped us to refocus , helped us to look forward.. THE ANNIVERSARY COMES ONE DAY AFTER DOZENS OF VICTIMS FAMILIES AGREED TO A 2.5 MILLION DOLLAR SETTLEMENT OF THEIR LAWSUITS AGAINST THE GUNMENS PARENTS, AND GUN PROVIDER.
OTHER FAMILIES HAVE NOT SETTLED LIKE THE PARENTS OF DANIEL RORBAUGH WHO SAY THEYRE HOLDING OUT FOR MORE ANSWERS.
LAWSUITS ARE PENDING AGAINST THE SHERIFFS OFFICE, THE SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE OPERATOR OF A GUN SHOW WHERE THE WEAPONS USED IN THE ATTACK WERE PURCHASED.
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THERE STILL IS A FEELING BY MANY IN THE COMMUNITY, THAT THE WARNING SIGNS OF THE ATTACK WERE IGNORED, AND THAT THE RESCUE WAS MISHANDLED. LAW ENFOREMENT DENIES THOSE ACCUSATIONS. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS.))

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And today yet another school shooting-
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this one in Monroe, Louisiana-
A 14-year old student fired shots inside the school-
Police say it happened at a disciplinary school- they say the teen drew the gun on a principal while waiting to be checked with a metal detector.
The weapons mis-fired once- giving the principal a chance to escape- behind a door.
The boy then chased the principal and fired at least three rounds into the door.
Amazingly, no one was hurt.
No motive was determined.
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A judge has ruled there is enough evidence to try Michael Skakel for murder.
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The Kennedy nephew is accused in the 1975 murder of his then neighbor Martha Moxely.
Two prosecution witnesses testifed that Skakel Admitted to the murder- One said Skakel told him about the killing while they attended a substance abuse center in Maine in 1978.
Today the victim's mother urged anyone with information to come forward.
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Authorities say Moxley was killed with a golf club that was similar to one found in Skakel's home.
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The area's largest car dealer is victorious in a high stakes appeal to the State's Supreme Court.
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In a six to one decision, the court rules Shelor Automotive does not have to pay Montgomery County's capital merchant's tax.
That tax is determined by the amount of inventory a company has in the county on "tax day"- January First.
In an attempt to dodge the tax, Shelor moved its inventory out of the region.
The County said it was still responsible to pay and a circuit court agreed.
But today the State Supreme Court sided with Shelor, saying the property must be physically located in the county on that day.
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((LARRY SHELOR/SHELOR AUTOMOTIVE GROUP; WE WANT TO PAY OUR FAIR SHAIR OF TAXES THAT'S BEEN OUR INTENTION ALL ALONG, HOPEFULLY THIS WILL GIVE THE COUNTY THE WHAT IT IS THEY NEED IN ORDER TO FIND A SOLUTION.))
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County officials say today's ruling could mean a significant loss of revenue.
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Coming up next on Health Check, we'll see what a terrible toll alcoholism can have on a family,
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Also why residents of Franklin County are welcoming a New York Graffiti artist with open arms.
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Fans heading out to Franklin County Speedway tomorrow night will come face to face with Dale Earnhardt....
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A two-story mural of the racing legend is being spray-painted on the side of a building at the speedway.
It's by graffiti artist Tony Tyler from Brooklyn, New York.
He moved to Roanoke a year ago.
Speedway owner Whitey Taylor saw his murals around Northwest Roanoke and paid him 2-thousand dollars to paint Earnhardt's likeness.
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((TONY TYLER/ARTIST: HE FOUND ME, I DON'T KNOW HOW HE FOUND ME. AND HE SAYS, "HEY, I GOT THIS WALL UP HERE." I NEVER BEEN TO THE COUNTRY LIKE THIS BEFORE IN MY LIFE. AND HE SAYS I WANT YOU TO COME TAKE A LOOK AT IT. AND I CAME AND WE SETTLED OUR DIFFERENCES AND THERE IT IS. I DON'T KNOW WHERE I'LL BE AFTER THIS. HOPEFULLY IT'LL BE SOMEWHERE GOOD.))

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Tyler doesn't know much about racing OR Dale Earnhardt, but says he enjoys painting a likeness of a man who meant so much to fans.
The mural is scheduled to be completed in time for tomorrow night's races.
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In Health Check tonight,
The War on Drugs --while the focus is often on the illegal ones -- alcohol is still the number one drug problem in America.
More than 1 and half million Americans are currently in recovery.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has the story of one local man and his struggle to stay sober.
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Jean, There is no cure for alcoholism.
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and for many the only way to beat the addiction is to never drink again.
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A life that alcohol almost destroyed. Over the years, he lost several jobs because of his drinking-- had financial problems --and problems at home.
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((IT'S BAD WHEN THE FAMILY DOESN'T KNOW WHOSE COMING HOME WHETHER IT'S JECKEL OR HYDE. I COULD COME IN AND BE IN A GOOD MOOD AND THE LEAST LITTLE THING WOULD SEND ME INTO A RAGE.)) [RUNS13]
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He tried treatment three times, but always went back to drinking. He says it wasn't until the last time at Mount Regis Center --that he was ready to give up alcohol for good.
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((JOYCE HAWTHORNE/MOUNT REGIS CENTER: RECOVERY IS A LIFE LONG PROCESS. TREATMENT IS JUST THAT TREATMENT. GOING THROUGH MEDICAL DETOX AND THE ABSTINENCE FROM THE CHEMICAL THEN THE RECOVERY IS ACTUALLY LEARNING TO LIVE WITHOUT THAT)) [RUNS17]
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And Moore says if there was any message he could give to other alcoholics --it would be that there is hope --but they have to be willing to change.
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For more information on alcoholism - you can visit the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence website.
You can find a link on our website at www.wdbj7.com.
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Speaking of artists, coming up next on the newscast, we'll see some of the best young talents in the region.
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((COMING UP NEXT ON NEWS 7 AT 5, I'LL TELL YOU WHY THESE PEOPLE ARE STARING AT THE WALLS.))


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Artists in Roanoke are anxiously waiting for tonight when the winners of the city's Art Show will be announced. The best in show will get 600 dollars.
News 7's Jennifer Miele took a break from her usual business beat to catch a glimpse of the show.
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Still ahead, Steve Mason will have qualifying information from Talladega,
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A wild week on Wall Street ended on a down note today.
Both the Dow and NASDAQ indexes finished lower. But analysts say there's no reason to be alarmed.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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As we reported earlier, the Atlanta Falcons has acquired the first pick in the NFL draft which is tomorrow and that means that Michael Vick will go to Atlanta, not San Diego. In exchange for the first pick, the Chargers will get the Falcons first round pick, the fifth overall, their third pick, their second round draft pick in the 2002 draft and wide receiver Tim Dwight. Vick's tone in interviews has changed over the last week. At first he seemed confident he was going to San Diego, but
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as the week progressed he became more in doubt abiut the Chargers. This morning in a pre-draft interview with Bryant Gumble on the CBS morning show, Vick joined Eagles quarterback Donovan Mcnabb and Grambling State head coach Doug Williams. Vick talked about the challenge of adjusting to the NFL.
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Winston Cup drivers are at Talladega today qualifying for Sunday's Talladega 500. This is the first restrictor race since Daytona. Qualifying got underway about 4:30 eastern time and at this time about 20 cars have gone out to qualify and Tony Stewart sits on the pole at this moment. We will have complete qualifying results on race number nine of 36 toni

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The Washington and Lee Lacrosse team has posted its sixth straight 10 win season, a program record.
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But despite being 11 and 0 over all, 4 and 0 in the ODAC and ranked number one in division three, The Generals need a win over Hampden-Sydney tomorrow to clinch the conference championship and earn a spot in the N-C-Double-A Division Three playoffs.
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The Generals are on the road at Hampden-Sydney tomorrow face off is 1 oclock. And coming up at six, Roy Stanley will have more on the Generals record season.
Jean will be back in a moment.

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The contestants on Survivor sent Kentucky Joe back to the Blue Grass state.
Last night it was a bittersweet exit for Rodger Bingham as he sacrificed himself so the group would save his friend Elisabeth.
As Bob Winsor reports, there's more to Kentucky Joe than we ever knew.
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((MEET RODGER BINGHAMBACK WORKING HIS FARM IN KENTUCKY ..NO WONDER THEY CALLED HIM KENTUCKY JOE..
RODGER BINGHAM SAYS OC) I got the name Kentucky Joe..Allcia gave me that and I sort of rode that out as long as I could dumb old country boy from Kentucky they didn't know I was a CEO at a bank.EDIT but that name done me pretty well.
TRACK: IN FACT, RODGER'S LOW KEY APPROACH AND OUTDOORSEE BACKGROUND KEPT HIM A CONTENDER
28:30 I WAS SUPPLYING THE FISH I GOT ALONG I NEVER HAD ANY CONFLICTS MOST PEOPLE SAY I WAS A FATHER FIGURE AND YOU NEVER WANT TO KICK YOUR FATHER OFF.
TRACK: BUT NOTHING WOULD PREPARE HIM FOR THE DECISION HE WOULD SOON HAVE TO MAKE WHEN THE OGAKORS TOLD HIM HE MUST CHOOSE BETWEEN HIMSELF AND ELIZABETH.
RODGER BINGHAM SAYS OC: You know one of you two will be going tonight and the other will be in 3 days as far as needing the money.Elizabeth was younger and she had some sickness in her family she could probably use the money more than me.
TRACK: SO RODGER MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE AND VOLUNTARILY TOOK THE BOOT.
RODGER BINGHAM SAYS OC: I wasn't happy,. I would have liked to have stayed. I was there for the duration. I was never ready to leave out there even with the Hunger and mental stress to me it wasn't nothing that I wasn't able to endure.
TRACK; AND BESIDES..
RODGER BINGHAM SAYS OC: I did think of Elizabeth as my daughter out there and it would be kind of hard to vote your daughter off.
TRACK: SO WHAT HAPPENS TO RODGER NOW? WELL, HE CONTINUES TEACHING AT THE LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL, AND STILL ENJOYS WORKING HIS SMALL FARMAS FOR FAME OR FORTUNE.
RODGER BINGHAM SAYS OC: I think it be alright for awhile short lived ..6 months from now theyll be saying Roger. Roger who..6 months.. it'll be ok but Ill be glad to get back to a normal life.9:00 I'm still basically a farm boy by natire..I'll stay around no matter what comes along.
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