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President Bush honors America's war dead by paving the way for a new World War Two veteran's monument on the National Mall.
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And Roanoke holds a ceremony to honor its veterans.
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Some rain showers moved through this morning now the sunshine will start breaking out...I'll have your hometown forecast.....
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News 7 at noon is next.
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This Memorial Day, Americans are remembering the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their country.
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Memorial Day celebrations at the White House started this morning with the creation of a task force to improve health care for veterans.
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President Bush marked his first Memorial Day in office by laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery.
Earlier, he signed a bill ensuring that World War Two veterans will be remembered in a monument at the National Mall.
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((GEORGE BUSH: In the 60th year after Pearl Harbor, it is my huge honor to set my name on this bill ordering construction of a monument that will stand for the ages. Not only will I sign the bill, I will make sure the monument gets built. ))
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The monument is set for a controversial spot on the National Mall.
Critics say the location will spoil the view.
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[Memorial-Day]


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The observance of Memorial Day brought hundreds to downtown Roanoke this morning.
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The service at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church honored the men and women who have died while serving our country in the armed forces.
Men and women who served in World War II, Korea, Vietnam and many other conflicts.
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Today's ceremony also included a rifle salute, taps... and the placement of a wreath at the Roanoke Valley War Memorial in Lee Plaza.

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As America remembers its fallen soldiers, the National D-Day Memorial is making final preparations to honor those who stormed the beaches of Normandy almost 57 years ago.
The dedication ceremony in Bedford is scheduled for a week from Wednesday.
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We'll bring you News 7 at 5 and 6 live from the Memorial in Bedford on both June 5th and the 6th. [Next page 4618]
And we hope you will join us at 11:00 AM, June 6th for a program we're calling: "Their Sacrifice, Our Freedom" .. live coverage of the dedication ceremony.
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For the past two nights, police in England have battled rioting gangs.
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The violence was apparently sparked by an attack by white youths on the home of an Asian family.
The Asian community exploded and went on a rampage.
Despite heavy police presence, gangs firebombed a local newspaper office, smashed windows, and hurled bricks through a pub window.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=They kicked ]

((PAUL BARROW/PUB OWNER: THEY KICKED AND PUNCHED ME AND MY WIFE OUT OF THE WAY AND THEN THEY WENT IN AND PROCEEDED TO ATTACK ALL MY CUSTOMERS WITH STOOLS, BRICKS, BOTTLES, GLASSES, WHATEVER.))
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[OUT Q=glasses, whatever.]
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The fighting is being called Britain's worst outbreak of racially-motivated violence in years.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]


Some state colleges and universities are taking hits in their bank accounts. We'll tell you why after this break,
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[VO-NAT ]

and even with a slowing economy, experts say students should not have any trouble finding summer jobs. But first let's check in with Leo...
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[Conjoined-Twins]


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The surviving member of a set of conjoined twins is fighting for her life as her family mourns the loss of her sister.
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Alyssa Nolan was in critical condition at Brisbane's Royal Children's Hospital after a 20-hour operation over the weekend.
Her twin, Bethany Nolan died during the surgery.
The twins were joined at the head.
Doctors wanted to wait to separate them, but were forced to operate after Bethany suffered cardiac failure.
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[SOT TC 3:50:02]
[IN Q=But most importantly]

((CHRISTOPHER HAWKINS/NOLAN FAMILY'S SPOKESPERSON: BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, MARY AND SEAN WOULD LIKE TO THANK A SPECIAL LITTLE GIRL NAMED BETHANY ROSE, WHO FOR THE SHORT TIME THAT SHE SHARED WITH THEM, GAVE MARY AND SEAN AND ALL THOSE WHO KNEW HER SO VERY VERY MUCH.))
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Doctors say they can't make any predictions about Alyssa's chances of survival.
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[Deaf-Teacher]


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Students at a Maryland private school are learning to communicate without words.
For the first time there, a deaf teacher heads a class of hearing students.
Teri Okita shows us how her silence speaks volumes to her students.
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[SUPER=01-Jerusalem Demsas/Kindergartener; :35]
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((TRACK: IN A BETHESDA, MARYLAND CLASSROOM

SOT: (10:31:12/1) Watch Miss Gough. All eyes on Miss Gough.


TRACK: WORDS CANT EXPRESS WHAT THESE KIDS ARE LEARNING.

SOT: (10:43:35/1) You did a great job!


TRACK: BEYOND CREATIVE ARTS, THESE YOUNGSTERS ARE LEARNING ABOUT DIVERSITY AND DISABILITIES THEIR TEACHER, MICHELLE GOUGH, IS DEAF. THEY ARE NOT.

(Super: Michelle Gough/Deaf Teacher, Sidwell Friends School)
(11:59:10/2) One girl was staying where she was and was yelling, Miss

Gough. Miss Gough, and one kid said, no, she cant hear you. You have to go and approach her and tap her on the shoulder. (:12)
TRACK: THATS HOW THESE HEARING STUDENTS LEARNED TO COMMUNICATE THROUGH GESTURES AND EYE CONTACT.

(Super: Jerusalem Demsas/Kindergarten)
SOT: (12:39:00) If theres a table and shes sitting at the table, we

tap the table with our hands and then, she looks at us. (:05)
TRACK: AT FIRST, THE STUDENTS WERE SHY ... NOT UNDERSTANDING WHY SHE DIDNT TALK AND COULDNT HEAR. BUT THEY SOON WARMED TO HER.

SOT: (12:43:31/1) Jamie: I think she really was meant to be a teacher,

really. (:04)

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: (12:48:45/2 or 12:48:26/2) Miss Gough is the first full-time deaf teacher here, and she teaches the kids to use sign language to use words like, yes, no, and stop. Good! (:11)
TRACK: THE 26-YEAR-OLD USES AN INTERPRETER TO GET HER POINT ACROSS AND SAYS HER STUDENTS ARE QUICK LEARNERS.

SOT: (12:03:09/2) Gough: The kids are excellent at it. Theyre very good

signers. Theyre very good at understanding what Im trying to tell them. (:06)

SOT: (12:43:39/2) Teri: Does it matter that shes deaf? Jamie: No, it

doesnt! As long we know some signs and shes got an interpreter, its just fine.
TRACK: WHILE GOUGH DOESNT THINK SHES ANY DIFFERENT, THE STUDENTS BELIEVE SHES IN A CLASS ALL BY HERSELF.))

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Some Virginia colleges and universities are suffering the decline of the stock market.
For the first time in nearly a decade, many schools are reporting sharp declines in their portfolios. But most schools say they have diversified and can ride-out short-term dips in the market.
Virginia Tech saw its 368 MILLION-dollar portfolio shrink by almost 30 MILLION dollars before the stock market rebounded. Tech's loss is still close to 20 MILLION.



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Students preparing for summer jobs shouldn't worry about the slowdown. Analysts say despite the number of layoffs across the country, many companies will need the temporary help.
Lee Cowan has more.
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((The roller coaster ride that Wall Street took this spring has now zoomed into the summer job market -- leaving some economists scratching their heads.

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"You guys all worked last year, correct?"

(NARR: vo wide of tour walking in front of coaster)

Surprisingly, while the nation's economy may have cooled, -- the summer job market is red hot -- especially for the traditional work like amusement parks and restaurants which employed 15 million kids last summer. At Dorney Park in Pennsylvania -- some 3-thousand summer spots were open -- giving students the luxury of being picky.

(SOT/DANA SHANABERGER, COLLEGE JUNIOR)

"It's a lot more fun to work here than at other jobs."

(NARR:)

But experts warn summer work isn't immune from a slumping economy -- just the last to be hit. Which could leave today's more finicky job seekers, out of luck, and out of work.

(SOT/MARILYN MACKES, NAT'L ASSOC OF COLLEGES AND EMPLOYERS)

"The students have to be a little bit more flexible in their thinking about what they are willing to be looking at."

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A recent survey showed that while 27 percent of the nation's companies planned on ADDING staff this summer -- 9 percent are cutting back.

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(NARR:)

Manufacturing jobs are taking the biggest hit -- along with hi-tech and agricultural jobs.
But at this week's job fair in New york, the line was longer than ever -- and recruiters fear student's confidence is ahead of what the market will bear.

(SOT/VITO CARDINALE, XEROX CO.)

"These kids today, coming in and saying, ya know, what's your 401-k plan, what's my car benefits, how many vacations days can I have, how many sick days do you have The goals they're shooting for are just sometimes not reality."

(NARR:)

Rochelle Ingram came with high expectations --

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"I'm just going to go in, find the company that I WANT to go to, and just go for it."

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She left with a dose of reality.

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"Having a little difficulty, NOT the jobs I was really looking for..."

(SOT/EDWARD COLELEO, NEW YORK LIFE)

"Some companies I think are beginning to look a little bit closer, which, the bottom line is it makes the competition a little keener."

(COWAN ON CAM:)

"And with the nation's unemployment rate jumping to a two and a half year high last month -- summer job seekers now have a lot more company. Lee Cowan, CBS News, New York."))
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[ANCHOR=Marya]

Still to come on News 7 -
California residents are still in the dark about how to solve their power problems.
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And this year's Bailey's 200 winner is making tracks for minorities in racing. We'll have details later on News 7.


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If you're planning to spend the day on the water, the James River may not be the best place for the next few days.
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The Buchanan Rescue Squad is calling the river dangerous. That's because the James River is swollen from recent rains and the water is moving quickly. Yesterday nine people were rescued from the James when their canoes capsized.
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((LT. CHARLIE PROVOST/BUCHANAN RESCUE SQUAD: IT'S PROBABLY 6 TO 8 FEET HIGHER THEN NORMAL AND JUST BECAUSE THE WATER IS MOVING SO FAST IT'S DANGEROUS TO BE IN.))
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Normally the James River is between three and four feet deep and the water moves slowly. Officials say if you're thinking about boating, call the rescue squad first to check the conditions of the river.
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California is continuing to struggle with its power problems. Rolling blackouts are expected 44 days this summer as high temperatures will increase the demand for electricity. But as Bill Whittaker tells us, residents and businesses are learning to adapt.
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[SUPER=01-Andy Gallardo/Six Flags Spokesman; :18]
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((Even if blackouts come rolling through Valencia California this summer the rides will keep rolling at Six Flags ... well most of them. Operators have agreed to power down this water ride, the most energy hungry - saving enough to keep the others going.

SOT: Andy Gallardo, Six Flags spokesperson WE'LL EXPLAIN THAT WE ARE IN

THE MIDDLE OF A ROLLING BLACKOUT IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND WE ARE DOING OUR PART TO HELP OUT THE STATE.
NARR: Up and down the state businesses and residents are finding ways to save energy. At the Bank of America in San Francisco it'll be darker and warmer this summer - they're turning down the lights and turning up the thermostats. Nats sirens going off
NARR: Employees at American Eagle Wheel in Chino practice what to do if the lights go out again. They've already lost 64 hours of power this year. And even with a backup generator, when the power goes out production drops a third. The company's now thinking of moving to Texas or Mexico.

SOT: Ray Elbertse, American Eagle Wheel I LIKE CALIFORNIA AS MUCH AS THE

NEXT CALIFORNIAN BUT WE RUN A BUSINESS WE INTEND TO RUN IT PROFITABLY AND WHEN THAT OBJECTIVE IS INTERFERED WITH WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENTLY
NARR: Even major league baseball is pitching in. The San Diego Padres Stadium lights used to go on an hour and a half before a night game. Not this summer.

SOT: Bill Wilson, San Diego Padres Stadium Manager: WE'RE GONNA WAIT TIL

15 MINUTES BEFORE THE FIRST PITCH TO TURN THE LIGHTS ON
NARR: But some creative Californians are turning this negative into a positive. This San Diego restaurant turns off the lights once a week and sparks a little romance.

SOT: FRAN GILLIS, RESTAURANT PATRON well i like all the candlelight it's

suppose to make us glow
NARR: Sometimes it seems, less ... is more. BW, CBSN, LA.))

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[ANCHOR=Marya]

Coming up in Sports - The Lakers keep the Spurs at their heel -
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[VO-NAT ]

And Jeff Burton shifts onto Victory Lane in the Coca-Cola 600. We'll have details after the break.
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[S-Golf]


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Frank (Lick-lighter) Lickliter finally won the rain delayed Kemper Open this morning.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Potomac, MD; :00]


Resuming his fourth round on the tenth hole, Lickliter completed a 3-under-68 with a clinching 15 foot par putt on the final hole. He gets the one shot win over J-J Henry. Henry finished with a 5-under-66 for a 15 under par total.
[SUPER=03-Corning, NY;]

Sweden's (Karen Coke) Carin Koch has her first L-P-G-A victory. She shot an 18-under-par 270 and beat Scotland's (VAR-ee McEye) Mhairi McKay and Sweden's Maria (Yorth) Hjorth by two strokes.
[SUPER=03-Paramus, NJ;]

Yesterday, Tom Watson won the Senior P-G-A Championship, a victory he calls ``very, very special.'' Watson closed with a 5-under 67 to finish at 14-under-par 274. He beat Jim Thorpe by one shot.
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The Lakers pulled the rug out from under the Spurs - sweeping the Western Conference finals 4-to-zip.
The Lakers have won 19 straight and 11 playoff games in a row and now await the winner of the Sixers/Bucks series.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA/NBC; :00]

The San Antonio frustration was not just limited to the court as Pop shows his anger and dismay.
Shaquille O'Neil was in a zone much of the game chipping in 26, including this fade away over David Robinson, two of Shack's 26 points on the day.
[SUPER=32-Los Angeles/111/San Antonio/82;]

Derrek Fisher was the Lakers leading scorer, going by Duncan and then through Robinson for the bucket and the foul. He had 28, Duncan and Robinson combined for 27.
Kobe had 24 but here he dishes to Shack on the break and L.A. cruises 111-82.
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[S-Coke]


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Jeff Burton takes the checkered flag in the Marathon of Winston Cup - the Coca-Cola 600.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Concord, NC/FOX; :00]


Tony Stewart would travel hard. Here leaving Indy, he takes Joe Gibbs private Lear jet and flies to Concord Regional airport. He lands and the gets on a chopper to Lowes speedway and then gets in his Cup car.
231 miles into the race, Ward Burton is gonna pass Spencer on the inside as Spencer waves the faster car by.
Elliott Sadler had the top spot after 187 laps. But he overshot his pit on a stop and was penalized by NASCAR.
Tony Stewart started at the back, but about halfway, he was up in contention. But on lap two he spun out.
At lap 226, Jeff Burton was your leader in the Citco 99 car.
Burton would reliquish the lead to Bobby LaBonte in the Joe Gibbs Pontiac.
But with about 65 laps to go, Labonte gets loose in turn two and he is gonna spin out, he does not damage the car and would stay on the lead lap.
With 61 laps to go, coming out of that final pit stop, Jeff Burton, with his champion pit crew comes out first and wins the Coke 600, his first win of the season.

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******WIPE*****WIPE***
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Kevin Harvick was second, Mark Martin fourth and Bobby Labonte fifth.

[S-Morty]


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We'll turn now to a sixth place finisher .. not at Charlotte, but at New River Valley Speedway.
That's where Morty Buckles finished Saturday night in the Bailey's 200.
But there's a much bigger story in the marking. As Denise Allen tells us, Morty is hoping to clear the way for more African American drivers.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Radford; :06]
[SUPER=01-Lenny Miller/Miller Racing Group; :22]
[SUPER=01-Morty Buckles/Late Model Stock Car Driver; :37]
[SUPER=@Denise1; :53]
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[OUT Q=News 7 sports]

(( Morty Buckles is trying to pave the trail blazed by drivers like Wendell Scott.
A regular gig in the Winston Cup Series is the goal of this African American driver.
For two generations the Miller Racing Group has recruited black drivers and sought 29 year old Buckles for his personality, desire and ability.
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[IN Q=he started]

(())
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[SOT 19:10:09]
[IN Q=nothing is going]

(())
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[OUT Q=dedication]

DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 SPORTS: MORTY BUCKLES PICKED UP HIS LOVE FOR THE TRACK FROM HIS DAD.
HE SAYS HIS DAD MADE SACRIFICES TO HELPED HIM ADVANCE IN THE RACING WORLD.
BUT THE 2000 SEASON WAS DIFFICULT. BUCKLES AND THE MILLER RACING GROUP MADE THE DIFFICULT DECISION TO SIT OUT THE ENTIRE SEASON TO RAISE SPONSORSHIP MONEY.
IT WAS ALSO THE YEAR MORTY'S DAD DIED.
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[SOT 19:13:50]
[IN Q=EARLIER]

(())
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[OUT Q=BITTER SWEET YEAR]


Finding sponsorship money is one of the difficulties facing black drivers.
Lenny Miller says he's noticed great crossover fan support for African Americans, but convincing sponsors is another story.
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[SOT 19:24:59]
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But that attitude isn't going to stop Buckles. He says determination and the support of The Miller Racing Group will help him succeed.
Denise Allen News 7 sports. ))



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