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Among our top stories tonight:

A missing man turns up in the Roanoke River and they determine where the Longwood College fire started.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]
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Plus, thousands of people and only one way in. We'll show you what to expect traffic-wise at the dedication of the D-Day Memorial.
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[Sports-Head]


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Tonight on the Big 7, plenty of tennis including French Open low lites for Sampras and a regional crown for the Radford girls. Plus, we'll check out an ace at the Memorial,
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[VO-NAT]

and hear from Colonel sprinter who has decided to become a Cavalier - Orren Prunty.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
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Just when you thought it was safe to return the umbrella to the hall closet, you were wrong. Keep the rain gear handy through Saturday.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 4-Shot]


News 7 at Six is next.
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Hope may not be enough..Southwest Virginia residents react to the AEP power line.
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Today the State Corporation Commission made a final decision on it's route.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And I'm Keith Humphry.
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The new 90 mile long power line has been approved by the state, now AEP is waiting on federal approval before it has the final go ahead.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]


The route that was chosen will run from Wyoming County in West Virginia through portions of Tazewell, Bland and Wythe Counties, and will end in Jacksons Ferry. The project will cost more than 200-hundred million dollars.
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Kate Weidaw tells us why the commission chose this route and how residents feel about it.
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((The 765-thousand volt power line has been in the works for more then a decade. Now the State Corporation Commission has chosen the 90 mile route that runs from Wyoming County, West Virginia to Jacksons Ferry.

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((TODD BURNS/AEP: THIS POWER LINE IS DESPERATELY NEEDED TODAY IT'S BEEN MORE THEN 28 YEARS SINCE WE BUILT A POWER LINE LIKE THIS TO SURE UP THE ELECTRIC SUPPLY IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA AND SOUTH WEST VIRGINIA.))
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In its path stands 18 homes and two scenic byways. The commission says this route is the better alternative than the Cloverdale route because it affects 60 fewer homes and two fewer byways. AEP calls it the more environmentally friendly route.

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((TODD BURNS: WE'LL BE USING DARKENED TOWERS TO REDUCE THE REFLECTABILTIY OF THE PROJECT HELP IT BLEND INTO THE TREE CANOPY A LITTLE BETTER, WE'LL USE SELECTIVE RIGHT AWAY CUTTING ONLY CUTTING TALL TRESS THAT WOULD CUT INTO THE POWER LINE.))
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Opponents of the power line are disappointed with the decision. Bland County resident David Nuhly has been fighting the project since 19-94.

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But despite residents concerns AEP is only one step away from constructing the power line, it still needs federal approval. If it gets the green light, the project is slated to be completed by 2004. Kate Weidaw News7 Roanoke.))

[Missing-Man]


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Searchers have located the body of a Roanoke man missing since Friday night.
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Today, members of the Salem Swift Water Rescue Team assisted Roanoke authorities with the search for 31- year- old Jeroid (juh-ROD) Alexander Moore.
So did tracking dogs and their handlers from a search and rescue team based in Rockingham County.
Ultimately, it was a fisherman who noticed Moore's body floating down the river near the area authorities were searching.
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Moore was last seen Friday night. Roanoke Police say they attempted to stop him for driving without headlights, but say he fled toward the river.
The Medical Examiner will conduct an autopsy to determine the cause of death.
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[Longwood-Fire]


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Arson is being ruled out as the cause of last month's destructive fire at Longwood College.
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State Police say their investigation has concluded that the fire started on the third floor of the West Ruffner building. East and West Ruffner Halls and the school's signature Rotunda building were destroyed. Recovery efforts are continuing. Crews will shrink-wrap the top of Grainger Hall, seal windows and continue to pump in air to speed up the drying process of the building's remaining brick walls.
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[Carilion]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Fifty-five-million dollars worth of changes could be in the works for Carilion.
That's how much it will cost the health provider to expand and renovate its two Roanoke hospitals. [***CARILION EXPANSION MB GRAPHIC***]
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton is here with details.
Joy why does the hospital want to expand?
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Keith, Carilion says it's concerned about overcrowding at the hospitals-- and expansion is the only option at this point to avoid the bottlenecks that often occur when all the beds are filled.
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Part of the expansion includes a new wing to the back of Roanoke Memorial Hospital which will house six operating rooms and 144 high-tech beds.
Other improvements include renovations to the current building --such as expanding the emergency department.
Carilion also plans to renovate Community hospital to make its services more geared to women and children.
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To help serve more patients, a new 1-thousand space parking garage will be built as well as a child care center across the river from Memorial Hospital.
Hospital officials say those additions will also benefit the proposed biomedical center.
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To move forward, the plan must be approved by the state.
But Carilion hopes to begin construction in 2002.
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Keith,

[D-Day-Parking]


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The White House confirmed today that President Bush WILL be attending the dedication of Bedford's D-Day Memorial next week.
Bush plans to preview his trip to Europe the next day, and talk about the "strong ties" between American and its allies.
If YOU want to be there too, police say take a tip from the Boy Scouts and be prepared: for traffic, waiting and weather.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( When it comes to attending Bedford's biggest event of the year, arriving fashionably late is NOT a good idea.
With anywhere from 15 to 20- thousand people angling for a spot on this hilltop next Wednesday, local police have had their hands full figuring out how to get them there.
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What they do know is that traffic will be heavy.
Officers will be stationed along Route 460 and Route 122 directing cars to five satellite parking lots.
From there, you'll take a shuttle bus up to the Memorial.. and that will be the ONLY way to get near the site on June 6th. [Standup 13:00:56] ((Authorities say the key is to get here as early as possible. Shuttle buses will take on passengers right up until 10:45 that morning, but if you're not on a bus by that time, you WON'T be attending the ceremony. And walking to the site also is not an option. Both the main entrance here at Burks Hill Road and all the surrounding side streets will be closed to the public.)) [RUNS17]
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And before you get on the bus, take a minute to empty your pockets, and bring only the essentials.
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That means no coolers, umbrellas, lawn chairs, pocket knives and the like.
And be prepared for whatever Mother Nature brings that day.. it could be a long wait in either a hot sun or cold rain.
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford.))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


And if you don't feel like battling the crowds you can catch the ceremony live right here on News7 starting at 11-am next Wednesday. [TAKE NEXT PAGE]
And News 7 at Five and News 7 at Six will broadcast live from the memorial on June fifth and sixth.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]
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What do Hawaii and the Pulaski area have in common?
That's what some middle school kids figured out, and won ten thousand dollars in the process.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


That's just one story still ahead on News 7 at Six.
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And we'll see what some new tenants are cooking up at area shopping centers.
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[Bank-Robbery]


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Danville Police are on the lookout for a bank robber.
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It happened at the First Citizens Bank on Riverside Drive just after 10:30 this morning.
Police say this man entered the bank, displayed a small handgun and demanded money.
The robber fled on foot with a undetermined amount of cash.
Anyone with information can call Danville Police.
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[Powell]


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The man accused of abducting his estranged wife and children at gun- point in Salem last year had done something similar before.
But if the case goes to a jury, the government won't be allowed to mention that.
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Glenn Dexter Powell committed the same sort of crime in 1989 and again in 1993.
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The judge ruled today that bringing that up would prejudice the jury. He also pointed out the prior abductions don't prove what happened in November, 2000.
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[Pearce]


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A Franklin County man has been sentenced to nine months in jail for allowing dogfighting on his property.
Kyle Pearce was also fined 25-hundred dollars.
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Authorities raided his place a year ago and took away some of the dogs.
Today, the judge said Pearce could keep his favorite pit bull, Trickbag, but only if he has her spayed.
Pearce will also have to reimburse the county for caring for his dogs, including five puppies.
Officials say those dogs will probably be sold.
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[Malls]


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Despite the cooling economy, local leasing agents say retail is hot in Roanoke.
Here's News 7 business reporter Jennifer Miele with an update on what's coming to Malls in the area.
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(( Feng Chen already owns two Szechuan Chinese Restaurants -- one in Salem, and one in Roanoke -- now he's going for a third at Town Square.
In spite of a slowing economy, Chen says his business in on fire.
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Chen's expansion isn't the only thing sizzling in Roanoke.
Towers is getting five new tenants.
Wood oven-fired pizza is part of Custom Food Work's new menu, along with made-to-order sandwiches and soups.
Leasing Agent Millie Moore says the Record Exchange will open on June 10th in what used to be John Norman Clothing.
Zeus Juice, a baby store called Tiny Tots, and a ladies clothing store called Bliss will all be in by in the end of summer. [PRE PRO]
Lakeside Plaza in Vinton and Lakedrive Plaza in Salem are both getting an Advance America Cash.
Cave Spring Corners is getting a new Chinese Restaurant.
And the new Bedford Wal-Mart Supercenter will have its grand opening next month. [PRE PRO]
Hechts is about to move into the old Montgomery Ward space at Valley View Mall. There's also talk Abercombie and Fitch coming soon.
Tanglewood Mall says there will be a "big" tenant up and running by November 1st. Sources say that could be an Old Navy. [STAND UP] ((JENNIFER MIELE REPORTING: SO DESPITE ANALYST PROJECTIONS, DOZENS OF LEASING AGENTS IN ROANOKE SAY THE VALLEY IS REALLY COOKING. JENNIFER MIELE, NEWS 7, ROANOKE.)) [RUNS07]))

[Stocks]


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Stocks ended the day on the plus side. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained 40-points.
NASDAQ rose 26.
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[Dublin-Award]


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A class at Dublin Middle School is celebrating a win in a national contest.
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Barbara Bell's 7th grade class was honored today for coming in first in the "Wild World" contest , a competition developed by National Geographic, The World Wildlife Fund and Ford Motor Company. Sixth through eighth graders across the country were invited to choose an eco-region to compare and contrast with their own. The Dublin kids compared the Pulaski area to Hawaii, and presented the material on a webpage.
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The class won 10-thousand dollars to spend on educational materials. They and other students were also treated to talks today by two National Geographic "explorers".
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[WIPE TO FULL SCREEN PINNACLE] You can find a link to the winning website in the Webwatch section of our homepage at wdbj7-dot-com.
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[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight on the Big 7, a Fleming track star is headed to UVa, Hal Sutton records an ace at the Memorial.

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And the Radford high school tennis dynasty rolls on as the Bobcats claim another regional title.
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We begin tonight with another quick exit in Paris for American Pete Sampras.
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Sampras is the winner of 13 Grand Slam events, but does not like clay. And today he was ousted by Spain's Galo Blanco 7-6, 6-3 and 6-2. The straight set loss means that Sampras has now failed in a 12 straight attempts to win the French Open. Two other Americans cruised to easy wins. Andre Agassi posted a straight set win over Julien Boutter 6-3, 6-2 and 6-2. And Jennifer Capriati picked up a quick victory over Tathiana Garbin 6-2 and 6-1. Martin Hingis and Serena Williams also won today.
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[S-Tennis]


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The Radford Bobcats are headed back to defend their title in the Group A State tennis championship.
This morning, Radford claimed the Region C Title beating John Battle at the Dedmon Center. Roy Stanley has more.

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((Radford's number one player, Caroline Downs, had already claimed the Region C singles title.
Downs, a doubles champion, moved into the number one spot this year and its her first singles title in regional play.)) ((CAROLINE DOWNS/REGION C SINGLES CHAMPION:)) ((Downs and her teammates would take on John Battle for the regional team championship.
The Bobcats needed to win 5 of the morning singles matches. But Radford completed the sweep winning all six matches to claim the title and advance to the state.
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Downs and her teammate Jenny Gray captured the doubles title completing the sweep for the Bobcats.
Radford will play for the singles, team and doubles championships in next weeks state tournament at the Dedmon Center.

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One of the area's top track and field men has landed a partial scholarship to continue his
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sprinting at the University of Virginia. William Fleming high school's Orren Prunty signed scholarship papers with UVa last night to run outdoor track for the Cavaliers.
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Prunty is now gearing up for this weekend's Group Three A state meet at VCU in Richmond where he will take part in the 100 and 200 meter dashes.
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[S-Sutton]


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The PGA Tour is in Dublin, Ohio this week for the Memorial. Tiger Woods is trying to win this event for third straight year. He shot a four under par round by shooting 30 on the back side and of course he is in contention as is
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dublin, OH/USA; :00]

Hal Sutton. This afternoon on the picturesque par three 12th hole, Sutton cranked out this iron shot and not only put it right on the green, but right in the hole for the a home in one. He finished at 1 under. The tournament continues this weekend with the final two rounds on WDBJ-7 Saturday and Sunday.
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[S-MLB]


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In the major leagues today the Expos fired manager Felipe Alou and replaced him with Jeff Torborg.
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[VO-NAT]
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Closer to home, Roanoke College has announced that all-american Amy Layman will stay with the team next year as an assistant coach. The Glenvar product is a three-time ODAC player of the year. This year Amy was named a first team all-american. (----------------)