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Up next on News-7... a teenager is pulled from his wrecked car in Canada ...
He survived for eight days in the wreckage with only a bottle of water.
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And Carilion is undertaking a 55-million dollar plan, geared to improve and expand its hospitals in Roanoke.
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After some early sunshine the clouds are moving in...which will eventually lead to some rain showers..I'll have your forecast....
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News 7 at noon is next.
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Carilion announces a 55 milion dollar plan to expand and renovate two of its hospitals.
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Carilion Health Care System says it must expand to meet the growing needs of patients in Southwest, Virginia.
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That's why the hospital is planning to add a new wing to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The project includes a seven-story --128-thousand square foot addition.
Carilion also plans to make major renovations to Roanoke Community Hospital.
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The C-E-O says without the expansion and renovations Carilion would soon be facing a major overcrowding issue.
As a separate project, Carilion also plans to build a thousand space parking garage and child day care center.
The plan still needs to be approved by the state. But Carilion hopes to start construction in 2002.
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Tonight on News 7 at 5 and 6 --we'll give your more details about the plan and how it will affect patient care.
Plus a look at how the project will affect the proposed Biomedical Center.

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The search continues at this hour for a man who may have drowned in the Roanoke River Friday night.
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Searchers were in the river yesterday afternoon and they were back this morning looking for 31 year old Jeroid (Ger-ODD) Alexander Moore. Today authorities also brought in tracking dogs from a search team based in Grottoes.
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Police were pursuing Moore for a traffic violation late Friday night when they say he disappeared into the Roanoke River. He hasn't been seen since - and on Tuesday afternoon, relatives filed a missing person report.
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A Danville man is under arrest, charged with trying to shoot and kill a police officer.
Danville Police say when they answered a disturbance call overnight, 24 year old Tory Lamar Coleman ran away with a gun in his hand.
Police charge Coleman with trying to shoot the officer attempting to arrest him.
Coleman faces attempted capital murder charges.


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For Timothy McVeigh, it's a life or death meeting with his lawyers. The Oaklohoma City bomber will decide whether he wants to request another stay of execution. Drew Levinson has details.
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"I THINK IF HE ASKS FOR ONE HE'S GOING TO GET A STAY. I DON'T THINK HE'S GOING TO GET OUT OF JAIL, I DON'T THINK HE'S GOING TO GET A NEW TRIAL OR RE-SENTENCE, BUT I THINK HE'LL GET EXTRA TIME IF HE WANTS IT."
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PROSECUTORS SAY THERE'S NOTHING IN THEM THAT WOULD BENEFIT MCVIEGH AND ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT HAS VOWED TO FIGHT ANY FURTHER DELAYS IN THE SCHEDULED JUNE 11TH EXECUTION. BUT A FORMER FBI AGENT SAYS SOME OF THE EVIDENCE UNCOVERED DURING THE PRE-TRIAL INVESTIGATION MIGHT HAVE HELPED THE DEFENSE.
PRIOR TO THE F-B-I'S EMBARRASSING DISCLOSURE ... MCVEIGH HAD STEADFASTLY REFUSED TO APPEAL HIS DEATH SENTENCE AND EVEN CONFESSED TO THE CRIME.

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WHILE THE MEETING IS HERE, THE PAPERS WILL BE FILED IN DENVER TODAY AND WILL LIKELY WIND UP BEFORE JUDGE RICHARD MATSCH-THE SAME MAN WHO PRESIDED OVER MCVEIGHS TRIAL. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, TERRE HAUTE.))
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A former F-B-I agent has pleaded innocent to charges of spying for Moscow.
Robert Hanssen entered the plea during his arraignment in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, this morning.
Hanssen is accused of passing secrets to Moscow for 15 years in exchange for one-point-4 million dollars in cash and diamonds.



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Six children in Idaho are involved in a standoff with authorities there.
It started after their mother was arrested Tuesday on a charge of felony injury to a child.
Deputies say the kids were sorely neglected and caring for themselves.
They also believe the kids are armed.
Rex Roland has more.
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Gay men and AIDS. New numbers are in, and experts call them alarming. The details are still ahead.
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And a true survivor's story. A teen trapped in his car for a week, until somebody spots him.
First, let's see what Leo is spotting on his radar.
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A teenager from Canada who mysteriously vanished during a car trip out of town has been found.
The teen had been trapped in a car wreck for 8 days, with nothing more than a bottle of water to keep him alive.
Christina Lawan has his story from British Columbia.
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A new government survey indicates gay men are now spreading AIDS at alarming rates.
The latest numbers show four and a-half percent of gay men ages 23 to 29 get H-I-V each year.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it's a setback to progress made since the disease was discovered 20 years ago.
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The hail comes down .. and people run for cover. The story is still ahead on News 7 at Noon.
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And changes on the way at several Roanoke area shopping centers. We'll run down the details.
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Who says Roanoke is in a sales slump?
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Leasing agent Mille Moore says five new tenants are coming to Towers Shopping Center... including a made-to-order sandwich shop, a fruit smoothy eatery, an infant toddler boutique AND a new record store.
Some changes at Valley View Mall as well... Hechts is in the process of moving into its expansion.... rumor has it that Hechts will be getting some new neighbors as well.
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Tonight at six, we'll tell you what's cooking at Cave Spring Corners and what's fizzing out at Cross Roads.

Join us for a complete Mall update.[VOB-DDay-Play]


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As dedication day for the National D-Day Memorial draws near, a group of local actors is bringing Bedford County's role in World War Two to life.
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The 13 men and women are in a play called "Bedford Goes To War". The historical drama was written by a local man who conducted research and interviews to tell the community's story of sacrifice through fictional characters. Last year-- the actors put on their first performance. Those returning for a second year-- say many in the audience were local residents who lost loved ones during the war.

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The two hour play is being performed at the Sedalia Center in Bedford County. Tickets are five dollars... with performances scheduled for Friday and Saturday at eight pm... and Sunday at three.
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We'll bring you extended coverage of the National D-Day Memorial dedication in Bedford.
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News 7 at 5 AND News 7 at 6 will be broadcast live from the Memorial 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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A weather system heading our way sure left its mark in Colorado.
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A local television station had a crew in the middle of it all .. when hailstones started coming down in Colorado Springs. Some were size of golf balls, forcing people to run for cover ... and others to drive their cars under bridges in efforts to escape damage.
The same storm hurt three soldiers at a nearby base when they were struck by lightning.
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On Wall Street at this hour,

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the Dow is UP 20 points. Nasdaq UP 32 points.


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Still to come on News 7 - A local high schooler is making great strides -
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And -find out how a vision impaired man has turned an unlikely partner into his best friend.
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A William Fleming standout is running toward the University of Virginia on a partial track scholarship next year.
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Orren Prunty signed a letter of intent to U-VA yesterday.
He won the Cosmo in April and finished 2nd and 3rd in the 100 and 200 last week in the Northwest regionals.
UVa track coach Randy Bungard will start Purnty out in the 100 and 200 and then ease him into the 400. Prunty gets a three- thousand dollar scholarship for track.
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Prunty competes in the track state championship this Friday and Saturday at VCU.

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Halifax and G-W Danville hooked up in the Northwest Regional semifinal yesterday -
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A large crowd turned out for this game between the two baseball powers.
In the bottom of the first, G.W.'s Stephen Bowers throws a wild pitch with the bases loaded... and the Comets' David Green scores from third.
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The next batter, Justin Shepherd, is hit in the elbow by G.W. relief pitcher Brett Thomas. Nick Hastings comes in to make it 2-nothing.
Next up, R.D. Cole cranks a double to deep center to bring in two more runs and Halifax goes up 4-nothing and the Comets win 4-1.
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Salem and Brookville met in a Region III Soccer Semifinal.
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The Bees traveled from Lynchburg for the meeting at Northside High School.
Salem got on the board midway through the first half when Elizabeth (KEER) Kier gets the ball just over the fingertips of the Brookville goalie. One-Nothing Spartans.
Ariel Thompson expands the Salem lead.... the shot to the near post puts the Spartans up three nothing.
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Thompson then makes the moves outside the box, scores. Salem advances to the State Quarterfinals with the 6-nothing win.
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Jefferson Forest beat Nelson County 3-nothing. In northwest region girls' soccer, Cave Spring topped Albemarle 1-zi

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Scottie (WEESE) Weiss hopes winning races and promoting cycling will propel him to the bigtime.
Denise Allen explains.
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A special assistant to one vision-impaired man in Boston is a nose ahead of the traditional seeing-eye dog.
Sarah Underwood has the story about a new option for the blind: the seeing eye horse.
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((Even the large, burly police horses.... let me know that she cares.))
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That was Sarah Underwood from Boston reporting.
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((Tommorow on News 7 Mornin.))
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[Marya on camera] [Music under] The Inn at Burwell Place is getting ready for its fifth annual croquet tournament. We'll have a preview. And Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your weekend weather forecast.
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Tomorrow on News 7 Mornin'. [Animation full]