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Up next on News-7...
The Confederate Battle Flag stirs up a new fight in Craig County after a judge bans it on courthouse property.
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And... Henry County supervisors WANT I-73 in their county ... just not in the spot chosen by the transportation board.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]


Nexs-7 Mornin' is next.

[11Henry-73]


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[GRAPHIC=Interstate 73]

Interstate 73- is the economic future of Henry County. That's the opinion of the Henry County Board of Supervisors who want the interstate. At the same time-- they're not satisfied with the route recently approved by state. Teresa Hamilton reports-- homeowners want the state to alter its plan and select a more rural route through the county.
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[SUPER=01-Jimmie Ford/Developer; :24]
[SUPER=07-H. G. Vaughn; :52]
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(( The route recently approved by the Commonwealth Transportation Board would impact at least three subdivisions in Henry County-- One of those subdivisions is known as Farmingdale where there are 31 homes with a price tag of up to 700- thousand dollars each. The subdivision's developer is for Interstate -73 but is also in a bind.
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[IN Q= I DON'T WANT]

((JIMMIE FORD/DEVELOPER: I DON'T WANT TO CAUSE A BIG STINK... BUT WHERE DO I GO FROM HERE WHAT DO I DO AS A DEVELOPER.)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q = AS A DEVELOPER.]

The Board of Supervisors is trying to help. Members approved a resolution stating they favor I-73 but also want the route to avoid existing subdivisions.
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((H.G. VAUGHN/RESIDENT: WE'RE THE ONES AFFECTED BY THE ROUTE AND WE NEED TO LET THEM KNOW WHAT WE WANT WITH OUR TAXPAYER DOLLARS THAT'S WHAT IT BOILS DOWN TOO.)) ((EBB WILLIAMS/RESIDENT: IS THERE A WIN WIN SOLUTION? ABSOLUTELY, IF WE CAN JUST GET THOSE PEOPLE TO HEAR US DON'T DESTROY US.))
[OUT Q= DON'T DESTROY US]

A V-DOT official say it's rare for the transportation board to change its mind. But again-- supervisors are giving it a try. This week, they're going to request a meeting with transportation and V-DOT officials to make their case. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Henry Co. ))

[11Craig-Flag]


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The Confederate Battle Flag is in a new fight in New Castle.
A judge banned residents from flying Confederate flags on Court house property during the Memorial Day weekend.
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[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]


But those same residents say they'll continue to show their appreciation for Confederate veterans by flying the flags on their own property.
This, after a Craig County judge said displaying a Confederate flag was "inappropriate use of County property."

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[SOT]

[tc:11:42:28]
[IN Q=I took that to mean it]

((JEFF RICE/SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS: I TOOK THAT TO MEAN IT WAS NOT POLITICALLY CORRECT TO BE FLYING THAT PARTICULAR FLAG BY THE MONUMENT. MY RESPONSE IS, IF THE FLAG IS INAPPROPRIATE THEN THE MONUMENT MUST BE INAPPROPRIATE AS WELL.))
[SUPER=01-Jeff Rice/Sons of Confederate Veterans]
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[OUT Q=inappropriate as well.]
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[VO-NAT]


While some say Confederate flags are a symbol of racism and bigotry, the Sons of Confederate Veterans says the flags are part of Craig County's history.
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[Embassy-Bombing]


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A New York federal jury has convicted four men of blowing up two U-S embassies in Africa.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


The jury found the men guilty in the murders of 224 people, including 12 Americans.
The bombings happened at embassies in Kenya and Tanzania on August 7th, 1998.
The four men are followers of reputed terrorist Osama bin Laden.
All four could face life in prison ... and two face the death penalty.
Bin Laden remains in hiding in Afghanistan.
Relatives of the victims were pleased with the verdicts.
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[1181-Accident]


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A truck hit a Virginia Department of Transportation worker yesterday morning on I-81- seriously injuring the man.


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[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.]


Denny Kegley had stopped on the southbound shoulder of the interstate, just south of route 60. He was reportedly picking up tire debris.
The driver of the truck told police he tried to avoid a collision, but said Kegley stepped into the path of his vehicle.
Kegley is in very critical condition at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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In sports, The Supreme Court rules against the P-G-A.
Mike Stevens has that story and more.
Good Morning Mike.
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[Marketwatch]


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In business news, it's earnings season on Wall Street...
Alexis Christoforous has that story and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
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[11Drowning]


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Authorities say they are still investigating how a woman died at a campsite in Rockbridge County.
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Divers found the body of 37- year old Sherri Shinneman of Roanoke in Cave Mountain Lake Monday night. Sheriff's officials say it appears Shinneman drowned, because they did not find injuries on her body. An autopsy was performed yesterday, but the medical examiner is awaiting toxicology reports before determining the cause of death.
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[Tornado]


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Rural parts of southeastern Colorado were hit by a tornado Monday night -- and one man caught the twister on tape.
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One resident used his home video camera to catch this tornado whipping through Lamar, Colorado.
Other small towns nearby were also hit as part of a larger dose of stormy weather and hail.
In all, 18 people were taken to the hospital.
No one was killed.
The tornado destroyed mobile homes and ripped the roof off the high school.
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[Bush-Energy]


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[WRITER=mjo]
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California Governor Gray Davis says he will sue the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission... in an attempt to force price controls on electricity in the state.
The news follows a meeting between the governor and President Bush yesterday afternoon.
Chris Lawrence has the latest.
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[SUPER=01-Gov. Gray Davis/(D) California; :11]
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(( California Governor Gray Davis walked out of his meeting with President Bush disappointed ..and warned the President that the country's most populated state is in a crisis it can't get out of.

(SOT GOV. GRAY DAVIS/CALIFORNIA)

"And I did tell him if we have to pay $50 billion for power, it could trigger a recession in California, which could drag down the American economy into a recession as well."

(SOT BUSH)

"Energy debates sometimes throw off sparks."
Earlier in San Diego, President Bush said he won't cap the prices energy wholesalers can charge for power.

(SOT BUSH)

"Rising energy prices are a challenge for everyone. I believe you'll find my tax relief plan will provide some help."
A plan that didn't go over with these protesters.

(NAT PROTESTERS)

"Enron's President! Not our President! Big Oil's President!"
Governor Davis told President Bush he will sue the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for failing to cap energy prices. But President Bush agreed to send the commissioner to California to examine disparities in natural gas prices.

(SOT DAVIS)

"The president did agree it made little sense for California to receive Texas natural gas at $15 btu, when New York receives that same gas for $5.95."

(S/U CHRIS LAWRENCE/CBS NEWS)))



[Health-Check]


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In medical news, a novel way to give up cigarettes, and H-M-O's failing to report disciplined doctors.
Melissa McDermott has those stories and more in this morning's Health check.
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((DUKE UNIVERSITY RESEARCHERS THINK A NICOTINE SOLUTION MAY HELP PEOPLE STOP SMOKING. THEY SAY THEY'VE BEEN ADDING A LIQUID FORM OF IT TO DRINKS-- EQUALING ONE TO THREE CIGARETTES.THE PLUSES: THEY CLAIM IT GIVES DRINKERS A QUICKER NICOTINE BOOST THAN A PATCH AND THE HAND-TO-MOUTH ACTION OF DRINKING IS SIMILAR TO SMOKING A CIGARETTE. THE SUCCESS RATE WAS COMPARABLE TO NICOTINE GUM OR THE PATCH. ABOUT 20 PERCENT OF SMOKERS WERE ABLE TO QUIT AFTER SIX MONTHS. THE RESEARCHERS THOUGH HAVE YET TO TEST THE LIQUID IN A LARGE CLINICAL TRIAL. THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION REPORTS TODAY THAT WOMEN ARE INCREASINGLY SUFFERING FROM SMOKING-RELATED DISEASES BECAUSE MORE ARE PICKING UP THE HABIT AND INHALING SECOND HAND SMOKE. THE REPORT ACCUSES TOBACCO COMPANIES OF COVERING UP THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF TOBACCO AND USING MISLEADING LABELS. THE W-H-O SAYS THAT WOMEN WHO SMOKE AND ARE ON THE PILL HAVE AN INCREASED RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE. THURSDAY IS 'WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY'. H-M-Os ARE NOT REPORTING PROBLEMS WITH DOCTORS TO THE GOVERNMENT. ACCCORDING TO A NEW REPORT BY THE DEPT. OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES -- 84 PERCENT OF THE HMOS STUDIED FAILED TO REPORT EVEN A SINGLE CASE IN THE PAST 10-YEARS. A 1986 LAW REQUIRES ALL INSURANCE COMPANIES, HOSPITALS AND GOVERMENT AGENCIES TO REPORT MALPRACTICE PAYMENTS AND DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS AGAINST HEALTHCARE WORKERS. IT'S BELIEVED THAT MANY HMOs WERE UNAWARE THAT THEY WERE REQUIRED TO TELL THE GOVERNMENT WHEN DOCTORS WERE DISCIPLINED. THOSE ARE THE TOP HEALTH STORIES FOR TODAY. I'M MELISSA MCDERMOTT, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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The Confederate flag raises a new conflict in New Castle.
A judge banned residents form flying Confederate flags on courthouse property over Memorial Day weekend.
But there's already a Confederate statue on the premises.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Marya]


A man in Colorado catches this twister on tape.
It ripped through mobile home parks and a school on Monday... and the community's still cleaning up.
No one was killed, but 18 people were injured.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Marya]


And... Henry County supervisors say they WANT I-73 for economic development.
They just don't like the route chosen by the Commonwealth Transportation Board.
It goes through more than three subdivisions.
Supervisors are asking for a more rural route.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]


And that's what's making news on this Wednesday, May 30th.
News 7 Mornin' will be right back.

[VOB-Henry-73]


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The Henry County Board of Supervisors wholeheartedly supports Interstate 73.
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They say the interstate is the area's economic future. But the board and some local homeowners are not satisfied with the route recently approved by the Commonwealth Transportation Board. The interstate would impact three large subdivisions in Henry County. Last night, the developer of the Farmingdale subdivision asked for help.
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[IN Q=If Farmingdale]

((JIMMIE FORD/DEVELOPER: IF FARMINGDALE IS THE ONLY PLACE THEY CAN BUILD THEN LETS GO AHEAD... I'LL BITE THE BULLET AND SETTLE WITH VDOT AND WE'LL HAVE THE INTERSTATE. I THINK AS MUCH RURAL PROPERTY AS IN HENRY COUNTY IT CAN BE RELOCATED.))
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[OUT Q=CAN BE RELOCATED.]
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[VO-NAT]

A V-DOT official says the transportation board rarely changes its mind. But the Board of Supervisors approved a resolution last night supporting local homeowners. They're also trying to secure a meeting this week for county officials to meet with the transportation board to make their case for a more rural route through Henry County.
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[11Coleman-Adams]


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For nearly 2 years, it has been a project like nothing they've ever done before.
From groundbreaking to monument-topping.. putting together the D-Day Memorial has been a unique challenge for the Coleman-Adams construction company.
A week from today, the nation gets a glimpse of their hard work.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford]


Hundreds of construction workers have put in long days building Bedford's majestic D-Day Memorial.
It's been a once- in- a- lifetime contract for the Coleman-Adams construction company.
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[SOT 12:30:03]
[IN Q=When you look]

((CLIF COLEMAN/COLEMAN-ADAMS PRESIDENT: WHEN YOU LOOK AROUND, IT'S REALLY OVERWHELMING THE AMOUNT OF STUFF THAT HAS GONE ON UP HERE THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS. THE TEAMWORK THAT'S HAPPENED, AND LIKE JIMMY WAS SAYING EARLIER, IT'S JUST A BIG FAMILY, EVERYBODY'S PULLING TOGETHER AND IT'S BEEN A TOTAL TEAM EFFORT AND EVERYBODY'S PROUD AND I THINK IT LOOKS GREAT.))
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[OUT Q=it looks great.]
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Coleman says his company also hopes to win the contract to build the memorial's education center.
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[Take Pinnacle FS 4619]
News 7 at 5 AND News 7 at 6 will be broadcast live from the Memorial on both June 5th and 6th. [Next page 4618]
And then we invite you to join us at 11:00 AM, June 6th for: "Their Sacrifice, Our Freedom" .. live coverage of the dedication ceremony.
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It's like the legal equivalent of a hole in one... the U-S Supreme Court handed pro golfer Casey Martin a victory -- ruling he can ride in a golf cart during P-G-A competitions. Teri Okita has more.
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[SUPER=01-Casey Martin/Professional Golfer; :07]
[SUPER=01-Chris Smith/PGA Golfer; :20]
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[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/Reporting; :48]
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(( THE SUPREME COURT S SEVEN-TO-TWO DECISION IS A HOLE IN ONE FOR PROFESSIONAL GOLFER CASEY MARTIN.

SOT: (Casey Martin/Professional Golfer) (NO ACCESS KVAL-TV)


REACTION FROM PLAYERS ON THE PRO-CIRCUIT IS MIXED.

SOT:(Super: Chris Smith/PGA Golfer)

You gotta go by what they say, and I hope it works out for Casey.
SOT: (JACK NICKLAUS, PGA GOLFER) The idea is to have a level playing

field, where everyone plays by the same rules. 16:55:56
MARTIN SUFFERS FROM A CIRCULATORY DISORDER THAT MAKES IT PAINFUL TO WALK LONG DISTANCES. BY RULING THAT HE CAN USE A GOLF CART IN TOURNAMENT PLAY, THE HIGH COURT GAVE ADDED STRENGTH TO THE 1990 A-D-A ACT.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP:The Americans with Disabilites Act requires public places, like golf courses, to accommodate, not discriminate, against the disabled. And the court says allowing Martin to ride in a cart will NOT fundamentally change the rules of the game.
WHILE THE P-G-A DISAGREES, IT FEELS THE JUSTICES DECISION FOCUSES SOLELY ON MARTIN S CASE AND BELIEVES THE RULING STILL GIVES IT FLEXIBILITY TO MAINTAIN ITS RULES ON WALKING.

(Super: Tim Fincher/PGA Commissioner)
SOT: They make it quite clear that they are not certain at all that this

same decision would apply to any other competitor. (:08)
MARTIN S VICTORY MAY BE SWEET, BUT AFTER A TOUGH THREE-YEAR BATTLE, IT S CLEAR THERE ARE REALLY NO FREE RIDES IN LIFE. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))


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Mill Mountain Zoo may never know what happened to one of its snow leopard cubs.
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The young female died Saturday. Zoo officials say all the babies appeared to be doing fine until their mom singled out the smallest one and removed her from the den. Despite being limp the cub had no visible signs of injury. Because of the way snow leopard mothers dispose of their dead young an autopsy would be impossible. The zoo says the death is sad, but not uncommon. The surviving male and female are doing well.
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[11Brown]


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A 17-year-old Roanoke teenager has been convicted of voluntary manslaughter after pleading no contest yesterday.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/December 27;]


Natassia Brown was set to go on trial this week for stabbing 22-year-old Monique Swain at the Bluestone Apartments last December.
Relatives said Swain died while trying to shield a younger sister from Brown, after a dispute over Brown's ex-boyfriend.
Brown will be sentenced in August.
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In sports, Myrtle Beach drowns the Avalanche -
Mike Stevens has that story and more.
Good Morning again Mike.
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[Local-Recap]
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[ANCHOR=Marya]


Now here's another look at today's top local stories:
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Marya]

The Henry County Board of Supervisors is all for Interstate 73- but they're not satisfied with the route recently approved by state. The interstate would impact three large subdivisions in Henry County. A V-DOT official says the Commonweath transportation board rarely changes its mind.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Marya]


After a Craig County judge banned flying Confederate flags on Court house property, residents say they'll continue to show their appreciation for Confederate veterans by flying the flags on their own property.
Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans wanted the flag flown for the memorial day celebration that was also New Castle's 150th birthday.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Marya]

Mill Mountain Zoo is closely watching its two remaining snow leopard cubs after one of the babies died over the weekend. The smallest of the three cubs died Saturday, although zoo officials aren't sure why. They add it's not uncommon for snow leopard cubs to die. The remaining two cubs are doing well.
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Now here's Shannon Young with a preview of News 7 at Six.
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