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Shelor Automotive wins its taxing battle before the State Supreme Court.
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And Cherokee Indians in North Carolina are betting on support from Republican politicians in Virginia.
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In sports, The San Diego Chargers deal their NFL number one pick to Atlanta which puts Michael Vick's status up in the air, qualifying from Talladega,
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and the Salem Avalanche general manager resigns today, we will tell you why in sports.
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Heading into the weekend and the forecast looks good for outdoor activities. Details coming up. [open]
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Michael Vick won't be charging out to the West Coast. San Diego trades its number one draft pick.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Vick]


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The former Tech quarterback is expected to be the first pick at tomorrow's N-F-L draft, but San Diego has traded away the right to make that first selection.
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Steve Mason has more on the story that broke just a little more than an hour ago.
[ANCHOR=Steve/2Shot]


Keith, Michael Vick may be playing much closer to home.
[ANCHOR=Steve]
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The Chargers traded their prime pick this afternoon to the Atlanta Falcons.
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The trade came after San Diego could not come to terms with Vick.
Chargers president Dean Spanos had said previously that if the team wasn't able to reach agreement with Vick by Saturday, that they would trade the pick or use it on someone else.
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Today, the Chargers made their choice.
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More on the trade, and what it might mean for Michael Vick later in sports.


[Shelor]


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A big victory for a major car dealer .. a major hit to Montgomery County's tax rolls.
The Supreme Court of Virginia has reversed a lower court... and ruled in favor of the Shelor Automotive Group in its long- running dispute with the county.
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NEWS 7's New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachael Cannon has details of the decision and some idea of what it means.


Keith, Shelor Automotive Group has essentially found a legal way to get around the county's merchants' tax.
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Here's how they did it, they took their car inventory, which is the property that the tax in question is based on, out of Montgomery County.
So when the county's January first "tax day" on that inventory came, none of it was physically there.
The State Supreme Court says, according to code, it has to be to, in order to be taxed.
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((NATS - "HERE'S THE BRIEF" Larry Shelor says he's surprised and happy by the decision, it saves him from paying what he sees as an unfair amount of tax dollars
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((LARRY SHELOR/SHELOR AUTOMOTIVE; WERE PAYING 25-30-PERCENT OF THE TOTAL TAX IN THE COUNTY, CAR DEALERS AS A GROUP IF THEY WERE ACTUALLY PAYING WHAT WAS SITTING ON THEIR LOTS, THEY WOULD BE PAYING 50 PERCENT OF THE TAX.))
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Without Shelor's money, the county loses a significant amount of revenue, at their estimate over 3-hundred thousand dollars, to cope they say changes may be necessary
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((BOBBY PARKER/COUNTY SPOKESMAN; WHETHER SERVICES BE REDUCED WHETHER TAXES OR OTHER AREAS BE INCREASED OR HOW THE GAP IS CLOSED.))
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The County's other concern is more following suit, moving taxable property out of the county to avoid paying. *NATS CAR STARTING But Shelor say's shipping around inventory isn't the solution, he wants compromise.
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((WE WANT TO PAY OUR FAIR SHARE OF TAXES THAT'S BEEN OUR INTENTION ALL ALONG, HOPEFULLY THIS WILL GIVE THE COUNTY WHAT THEY NEED IN ORDER TO FIND A SOLUTION.))
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((I DON'T KNOW HOW THAT WOULD HAPPEN IT COULD BE THAT THE VARIOUS BOARDS IN ADJACENT COUNTIES COULD SOME TO AGREEMENT BUT QUITE FRANKLY I'M NOT SURE HOW THAT COULD OCCUR))
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They also say they don't know what they will do next.
Some ideas for a compromise have been revenue sharing, having an inventory cap, meaning a business would only pay the tax on part of their holdings.
So far, there has no agreement on what is fair.
Legally, the County is not able to change the code applied in this situation to read in a way that would enable them to collect
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...Keith, for that they would have to look to the General Assembly in Richmond.[Ericsson-Earnings]


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The World's largest mobile phone systems maker is sending a clear signal... layoffs are ahead.
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[Take Pinnacle Page 100]
Ericsson says sales are DOWN five percent.
In an effort to save money, the company will cut 12-thousand jobs.
Consultants will also be slashed... at least seven thousand of them will go.
Ericsson blames the cuts on a slowing economy and a reduced demand for cell phones.
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Ericsson employs 500 people at its Lynchburg division.
It began phasing out production of cell phones there in October.
No word yet on who will be cut from that facility, if any at all.

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Virginia State Police have released the name of a teenager killed in a car wreck last night.
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17-year-old Barry Wyatt Banks, Junior, from Lynchburg, died when his vehicle ran off Hawkins Mill Road. Authorities say his car hit a wooden bridge-railing, went off the road, and landed upside down in a creek. Banks died at the scene.
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A Martinsville man severely burned at work earlier this week has died.
45- year old Johnny Ray Yellock passed away this morning at Wake Forest University hospital. Yellock and another man were burned Tuesday while operating machinery at C-P Films in Fieldale. Yellock received burns over more than 80- percent of his body. Officials still aren't sure what caused the blast.
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Monday marks the 50th anniversary of what many regard as the start of the civil rights movement in America.
Few people realize it happened ...not at a North Carolina lunch counter, or on a bus in Alabama... but at a school in central Virginia.
Steve Smallshaw has the story.
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(( Built for 180 students, it housed closer to 450.. many of them in poorly- heated tar paper shacks.
In April of 1951, the Robert R. Moton school in Farmville may have been separate but it was not equal to white schools of the day.
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((THAT STAGE IS WHERE BARBARA JOHNS STOOD...))
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On April 23rd, student leader Barbara Johns and hundreds of other Moton students walked out of school and into history.
The two- week strike led to a lawsuit against Prince Edward County over poor learning conditions.
Theirs and four other cases eventually became the landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision in Brown vs. Board of Education that declared segregated schools to be unconstitutional. [Standup ] ((When the students marched out of this building in April of 1951, they had no idea that what they were doing would mark the beginning of the modern civil rights movement in America. Now, fifty years later, organizers of the Moton Museum say it's time that people remembered what happened here in Farmville and the courage it took for students to act that day.))
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In 1951, the Reverend Samuel Williams was a high school junior who helped lead the walkout.
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((REV. SAMUEL WILLIAMS/FORMER MOTON HS STUDENT: BUT IT DID TAKE A LOT OF COURAGE TO DO THAT, BUT IT WAS LIKE SOMETHING THAT CAUGHT FIRE, STARTED TO BURN AND BECAME MORE THAN A FAD BUT SOMETHING THAT REALLY LIVED.))
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((THOMAS MAYFIELD/FORMER MOTON HS TEACHER: I WANT THEM TO GET THEIR PLACE AND WHAT THEY DID IN HISTORY. HISTORY DOES NOT TREAT THIS INCIDENT FAIRLY.. IT'S NOT RECORDED IN A LOT OF INSTANCES OF WHAT THOSE KIDS DONE.))
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The school is now a national historic landmark and will re-open as a museum on Monday, the 50th anniversary of the walkout.
Visitors will finally learn how some determined teenagers in a rural Virginia town helped reverse the course of segregation.
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((MAYFIELD: MANY OF US GET A GREAT SATISFACTION KNOWING THAT WE HAVE HAD A PART OF CHANGING HISTORY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.))
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Farmville.))


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North Carolina Indians give big bucks to Virginia's Republicans. The details are just ahead.
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And we'll meet a street artist from New York, who knows nothing about NASCAR, but he sure knows how to paint number 3.
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((I think this is a good dedication to Dale Earnhardt.))
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A report from the Franklin County speedway is still ahead.
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Seven of Virginia's Indian tribes are locked in a fight for federal recognition.
Their opponents, including the Governor, say it could allow casino gambling to creep into the Commonwealth.
Meanwhile, Cherokees in North Carolina are pouring money into Republican coffers in Virginia.
What's going on?
Richmond Bureau Chief Ellen Qualls looked into it.
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Harrah's Cherokee Casino is the only casino you'll find in North Carolina. It's raking in money seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians opened the doors four years ago.
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In December, the Republican Party of Virginia reported a 14 thousand dollar donation from the Cherokee tribe.
It's the party's 16th largest donation since the last election.
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((ED MATRICARDI/REPUBLICAN PARTY OF VIRGINIA: BUT I REALLY DON'T HAVE ANY PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE EASTERN-- WHAT IS IT? THE EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS, AND TO BE QUITE HONEST WITH YOU, EVEN IF I READ IT ON THE REPORT, I WOULDN'T KNOW THAT THEY WERE INVOLVED IN GAMBLING OR GAMING OR ANY OF THOSE SORTS OF THINGS. JUST BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW THE INS AND OUTS OF NORTH CAROLINA POLITICS, OR INDIANS, OR WHATEVER.))
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Cherokee tribal attorney David Nash tells NEWS 7 the tribe decided it wanted to get involved with politics on a national level.
He says Republican party members suggested Virginia was a good place to donate a large chunk of money, because we have NO state campaign contribution limits.
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The new President is a Republican, and Virginia's governor heads up his national party operation.
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((BILL KINCAID/ANTI-GAMBLING LOBBYIST: I THINK THEY DO WANT TO INFLUENCE WASHINGTON, BECAUSE THEY HAVE A TREMENDOUS STAKE IN THEIR CASINO DOWN IN NORTH CAROLINA AND I DON'T BELIEVE THEY WANT TO SEE THOSE LAWS CHANGE. SO I BELIEVE THEY'RE READY TO DO MOST ANYTHING WITH THE EXCESS PROFITS.))
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The Virginia Council on Indians says it doesn't know why North Carolina Indians would be giving casino profits to Virginia politicians.
The Cherokee attorney says unequivocally, they have NO plans to open a gaming operation in Virginia.
They just want to influence the folks on the other side of the river.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

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Dale Earnhardt fans may spot him at the Franklin County Speedway tomorrow night.
Marya Jones says Whitey Taylor has hired an artist to produce a two-story high mural of The Intimidator... using spray paint.
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((NATS: RACE CAR TO GUY PAINTING)) [RUNS:03]
Franklin County Speedway is gearing up to open for the season with a fresh coat of paint...
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((NATS: SPRAY PAINT)) [RUNS:02]
And graffiti artist Tony Tyler is gearing up with a fresh can of spray paint.
The Brooklyn, New York, native is painting a two-story mural of racing legend Dale Earnhardt on a building at the track.
Owner Whitey Taylor paid him 2-thousand dollars to do it.
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((TONY TYLER/ARTIST: I NEVER HAD AN IDEA THAT I WOULD END UP IN THE COUNTRY WHERE THERE'S COWS AND THINGS SPRAYIN' ON BUILDINGS, BUT SEEMS LIKE IT'S DOING BETTER HERE THAN IT WOULD DO BACK HOME.)) [RUNS:08]
Tyler began his art at 12 -- spray-painting on subway cars near Coney Island.
Last year, he moved to Roanoke.
In no time, he'd made his mark.
You can see his murals on buildings all over Northwest -- from these oil paintings on 11th Street... to graffiti murals on the side of the Esquire Barber Salon.
Speedway owner Whitey Taylor saw his work and hired him to paint his largest mural yet.
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((WHITEY TAYLOR/SPEEDWAY OWNER: I WANTED TO DO SOMETHING FOR THE MOST FAMOUS PERSON IN AUTO RACING AND A LOT OF PEOPLE STILL FEEL LEFT OUT THAT THEY DIDN'T GET TO GO TO A FUNERAL, IT'S LIKE THERE'S BEEN NO CLOSURE FOR THEM.)) [RUNS:10]
Tyler doesn't know much about racing OR Dale Earnhardt, but says he enjoys painting the likeness of a man who meant so much to fans.
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((TONY TYLER/ARTIST: GOD BLESS HIM WHEREVER HE'S AT. THIS MURAL IS DEDICATED TO HIM. I GUESS HE'S SEEING IT FROM SOMEWHERE. AND I HOPE ALL THE PEOPLE WHO ARE EARNHARDT FANS APPRECIATE IT, TOO. RIGHT HERE IN ... WHAT'S THE NAME OF THIS PLACE AGAIN?)) [RUNS:10]
It's an artist's tribute to a man who's known for trading a little paint himself.
Marya Jones, News-7, Franklin County.))

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Avalanche general manager Joe Preseren steps down from his post, the latest on Michael Vick's status now that the Flacons have the top pick,
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and Roy Stanley checks in on the Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team,
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As we reported earlier, the Atlanta Falcons now have the first pick in the NFL draft. This means that Michael Vick will go to Atlanta, not San Diego, IF the Falcons take him number one. In exchange for the first pick, the Chargers will get the Falcons first round pick, Atlanta's fifth overall, their third pick, their second round draft pick in the 2002 draft and wide receiver Tim Dwight. A few weeks ago, Vick and the Chargers acted as though Vick was their guy.
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In visits to Blacksburg over the last few weeks, the Chargers watched Vick work out for them and praised his abilities on the field and complimented him a s a person. But the snag seems to have come when Vick's agents asked for a signing bonus in the neighborhood of 15 million and a contract evidently to high for the Chargers who were burned by their last top draft pick at quarterback, Ryan Leaf.
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Vick could fit in well in Atlanta, considering veteran Chris Chandler is nearing the end of his career and that the Falcons have a premier running back in Jamal Anderson, a player that could take some of the heat off Vick IF he were pushed into action next season.

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A changing of the guard in the front office of the Salem Avalanche. General Manager Joe Preseren is leaving to take a position with the N-B-A's new developmental league that will begin play in November.
Stan Macko has been named interim general manager of the Avalanche. Macko is in his 8-th year of professional baseball in Salem. He's been the Avalanche's assistant general manager the past 4 years.



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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, 35 cars have gone out to qualify and Stacy Compton sits on the pole at this moment. We will have complete qualifying results on race number nine of 36 tonight at 6.
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The Washsington and Lee lacrosse team is nearing the end of what could be a dream season.
With four games remaining in the regular season, The Generals are 11 and 0 overall, 4 and 0 in the ODAC and ranked number 1 in Division Three.
Roy Stanley has this story.
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((The success of this General team actually began 4 years ago when the current senior class chose Washington and Lee to continue their lacrosse career at the college level.)) ((JIM STAGNITTA/W & L HEAD COACH:)) ((The senior class has carried much of the load. The Generals have dominated faceoffs winning 3 out of every 4 tries.


Senior attackman Matt Dugan leads the team in scoring and the team as a whole ranks third in division three in goals per game averaging 15 a game.
While the defense led by goalie Wes Hays is allowing just over 17 shots per game.
But its the teams togetherness that has produced this winning season.)) ((MATT DUGAN/29 GOALS 48 POINTS:)) ((WES HAYS/W & L GOALIE:)) ((ROY STANLEY:))
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The Mill Mountain Zoo in Roanoke has taken up with a 500- pound "Takin" (TALK-in).
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A one year old male "Takin"... spelled T-A-K-I-N has moved into the zoo's newly expanded exhibit area. The animals are found in the Himalayan Mountains and Western China and are related to the musk ox and mountain goat.
By the way, male "Takins" can grow up to 11- hundred pounds.
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