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Up next on News 7--
A new king is crowned in Nepal, following the bizarre shooting deaths of MOST of the royal family.
Details, straight ahead.
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And a Henry County man faces murder charges in the weekend shooting of his neighbor.
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A line of showers are now moving through southwestern virginia... I'll show you where they're going coming up in my forecast....
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News 7 at noon, right after the break.

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A Henry County man is accused of killing his neighbor this weekend.
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38 year old James Garnett Marlowe the Third is behind bars charged with killing his neighbor Saturday night. Authorities say Marlowe shot 30- year old Bobby L. Collins following an argument. Sheriff's deputies arrested Marlowe inside his Southland Drive home-- several hours after authorities surrounded the house.
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((SHERIFF FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO.; SEVERAL OF THE TACTICAL OFFICERS MADE ENTRY INTO A PORTION OF THE HOUSE AND CLEARED THE HOUSE AS THEY WENT. ALL THE TIME ASKING HIM TO COME OUT. WE KNEW HE WAS IN THERE. WE DIDN'T KNOW WHETHER OR NOT HE WAS ALIVE.))
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Marlowe was arrested without incident in a bedroom inside his house. He is currently being held in the Henry County Jail without bond.
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Nepal has a new king, but there is little celebration.
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Prince (gyah-NEN'-druh) Gyanendra took the throne today, three days after his nephew allegedly killed most of the royal family, then turned the gun on himself.
He issued a statement promising the Nepal-ese people a full explanation of the palace shooting spree that happened Friday.
Meanwhile, residents are torn between honoring their new king and saying farewell to their former one.
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(( I'M HERE TO PAY COMPLIMENTS TO OUR GREAT KING. I'M HERE TO SAY GOOD BYE TO OUR KING FOR THE LAST TIME - I'M SORRY I CAN'T SPEAK ))
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Meanwhile, thousands of protestors took to the streets near the palace, grieving the deaths and demanding an investigation.
Police fired tear gas to break up the crowd, but there were no reports of injuries in the violence.
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Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat has ordered a ceasefire following the suicide bombing Friday at a disco that killed nearly two dozen people.
Israel says it'll give Arafat time to make the ceasefire work.
David Hawkins reports from Tel Aviv.
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AS FUNERALS CONTINUE FOR THE YOUNG VICTIMS OF LAST WEEK'S SUICIDE BOMB ATTACK ON A TEL AVIV DISCO... ISRAEL WAITS FOR SIGNS THAT PALESTINIANS WILL HONOR THE TRUCE.
FACING ISRAELI MILITARY REPRISALS AFTER THE TERRORIST ATTACK... PALESTINIAN PRESIDENT YASSER ARAFAT ORDERED HIS FORCES TO CEASE FIRE.
THE UNEASY QUIET HAS BEEN INTERRUPTED BY A FEW PALESTINIAN ATTACKS... BUT NOTHING LIKE THE VIOLENCE OF WEEKS PAST... AND THERE ARE NO REPORTS OF CASUALTIES.
ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON SAYS ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS... AND IS GIVING ARAFAT A LITTLE MORE TIME TO CLAMP DOWN ON PALESTINIAN MILITANTS.
HAMAS... THE GROUP RESPONSIBLE FOR FRIDAY'S SUICIDE BOMBING... AND OTHER PALESTINIAN MILITANT GROUPS SAY THEY'LL DEFY ARAFAT'S ORDERS... AND CONTINUE TO FIGHT AGAINST ISRAELI OCCUPATION.
ISRAELIS ARE SKEPTICAL... AND THINK ARAFAT IS STALLING. A SENIOR ISRAELI SECURITY OFFICIAL SAYS THAT PLANS FOR MASSIVE RETALIATORY AIRSTRIKES HAVEN'T BEEN CANCELLED... JUST POTPONED. "I'M SURE YOU WILL SEE IT," HE SAID. DAVID HAWKINS, CBS NEWS, TEL AVIV.
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Iraq has made good on its threat to stop oil exports, in protest of U-N sanctions.
The Iraqi government had threatened to cut off the flow because the U-N extended the oil-for-food program by ONE month instead of six.
The restrictions were imposed because Iraq's invasion of Kuwait more than a decade ago.
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia says it can make up the loss of Iraq's three- million barrels a day for the world supply.

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Three people were killed in TWO consecutive crashes while performing in a British air show over the weekend.
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The crash on Saturday involved a 19-50s vintage plane that went down about 100 yards from several homes.
A few of the homeowners say debris scattered all over their lawns.
On Sunday, a World War- Two era plane ALSO corkscrewed out of control and slammed into some trees.
The plane immediately burst into flames.
Officials closed the International Air Fair early because of the fatal accidents.
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Still to come on the newscast, Hollywood loses a stage and screen veteran,
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and the last minute preparations continue as Bedford gets ready for one of the biggest days in its history.
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The years of preparation are almost over as workers get ready for Wednesday's dedication of the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford.
Kate Weidaw has more.
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These are the 10-thousand coveted seats.... and if you want to sit in one you're going to have to get to the site early on Wednesday.
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Jimmy Windle and his crew from Coleman Adams Construction have been out here for 21 months building the memorial and won't be done until....

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((JIMMY WINDLE: TUESDAY NIGHT SOME TIME AND I'M NOT SURE WE'LL BE DONE THEN.))
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But it's not just construction crews who have overseen the building of the D-day memorial. Residents like Marty Stevens have watched the monument from their living room window. Wednesday is a day he's been looking forward to.

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((MARTY STEVENS: I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IT'S GOING TO BE LIKE, THEY'RE EXPECTING A LOT OF PEOPLE BUT WE'LL SEE.))
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While Stevens could walk to the D-day dedication ceremony, authorities have restricted nearby residents from doing so, they'll have to drive to a shuttle bus.

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((MARTY STEVENS: WE DON'T KNOW IF WE WANT TO HAVE TO GO UP TO THE OTHER END OF BEDFORD TO PARK AND RIDE A SHUTTLE BUS TO GO UP THERE.))
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((TODD STONE: IT'S KIND OF TURNED ME OFF OF GOING UP THERE THAT DAY.))
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Todd Stone and Marci Ingram can see the memorial from their front yard, but that might be the closest they'll come to the site on Wednesday. The pair was thinking about turning their yard into a parking lot until they found out about the walking restriction.

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((TODD STONE: I WAS GOING TO ALLOW ANY VETERAN TO PARK HERE FOR FREE.))
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Residents like Stone say they plan to sit on their front stoop and watch their quiet street turn into a rush hour traffic jam.
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((KATE WEIDAW: BUT IF YOU DON'T HAVE A FRONT YARD TO LISTEN TO THE DEDICATION, THEN YOU BETTER COME EARLY TO GET ONE OF THESE COVETED CHAIRS. KATE WEIDAW NEWS7 BEDFORD.))
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Your hometown station begins extended coverage from the site beginning tomorrow afternoon.
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We'll begin with News 7 at 5 and 6, live from the Memorial tomorrow. [Nex FS 4618]
Then we invite you to join us at 11-o'clock on Wednesday morning for "Their Sacrifice, Our Freedom" .. live coverage of the dedication ceremony here and on our website. [Next FS 4668]
And we'll complete our special D-Day coverage Wednesday with a 90-minute edition of News 7 from 5 until 6-30.
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The man who forever will be known as "Zorba, the Greek" has died.
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Oscar-winning actor Anthony Quinn died of respiratory failure yesterday in a Boston Hospital.
Quinn is best remembered for his roles in such films as, "Zorba the Greek" and "Lawrence of Arabia".
But he became known to more contemporary audiences in the 1995 film, "A Walk in the Clouds" with co-star Keanu Reeves.
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Quinn's career spanned over five decades...
Anthony Quinn was 86.
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It was a record- breaking night for Broadway--
The Mel Brooks musical, "The Producers" claimed 12 Tony Awards last night.
The last time a musical set a record at the Tony's was 37 years ago, when "Hello, Dolly" walked off with 10 awards.
Lee Cowan has the story.
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The only thing left OUT of Broadway's biggest night -- was the suspense.

Mel Brook's was so busy accepting awards for his smash hit, he barely had time to leave the stage.

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"I'll see you in a couple of minutes."

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Never before has a Broadway show been nominated for more Tonys -- and NO show has won more: 12 -- including Best Musical.
For Mel Brooks -- it was a record shattering night he planned to savor -- with a sandwich.

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"With a little mustard, no mayonnaise, maybe some tomato...Lee: This is how you're celebrating?"

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Nathan Lane who plays Brook's flamboyant huckster to a tee -- won for best actor -- dragging his co-star Matthew Broderick on stage to share in the honors.

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"I dedicate this to my mother...

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(NARR:)


The producers is an unshackled, politically incorrect blend of singing, dancing and slapstick comedy -- that was breaking records long before last night's awards.
It raked in $3 million dollars on opening night alone -- by all accounts, a gusher -- and a predictable winner.

(SOTMEL BROOKS, PRODUCER, "THE PRODUCERS" )

"Lee: With all the hype you really can't be all that surprised? (edit ) Well, I didn't know, no one could ever know all along that they could have a sweep.That they would win 12 Tony's. I mean that's, I mean I'm not humble but I'm not that arrogant, ya know."

(LEE COWAN ON CAM: )

"Its success dwarfed just about everything else on Broadway this year -- and that was hard to do. Even without "The Producers" -- Broadway saw higher ticket revenues -- and higher attendance this year -- and there was a lot to see."

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"Proof" -- a play that already won a Pulitzer -- also won for best play - and its star, Mary Louise Parker won for best actress.

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"The Invention of Love" brought home two awards-- but even in victory -- "The Producers" had become a tender joke among colleagues fighting for attention.

(SOT/ROBERT SEAN LEONARD, ACTOR, THE INVENTION OF LOVE )

"I'm pretty sure Mel Brooks stole my award by the way because I had it for about 37 seconds and them someone whisked it out of my hands."

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Broadway had been broadsided by a hit about itself -- and Broadway as a whole, couldn't be happier. For the Early Show, Lee Cowan, CBS News, New York. )) [Tease2] [SOFT MUSIC UNDER]
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There were more entertainment awards handed out last night,
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Coming up next we'll see who was the best kisser in the movies as M-TV hands out the Golden Popcorn Awards.
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Pearl Harbor is still on top of the box office.
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The World War Two epic remains the number one movie with 30 MILLION dollars in weekend ticket sales.
That's down about half from its opening weekend.
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[Take Chyron Full] "Shrek" ran a close second with a little over 28 million dollars.
Rob Schneider's "The Animal" debuts in third.
Nicole Kidman's musical "Moulin Rouge" debuted at number four with a little over 14 million.
Martin Lawrence and Danny Devito's new movie "What's the Worst That Could Happen?" rounds out the top five.
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Meanwhile some of last year's movies received a little recognition last night.
With categories like "Best Kiss," "Best Villian," and "Best Fight," the M-T-V Movie Awards has specific goals-- keep it fun, fast, and never take anything too seriously.
Mark McEwen has more.
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NATSOT - SAY MY NAME, SAY MY NAME, YOU KNOW I'M ON A MISSION TO SQUASH

THE COMPETITION, YOU BETTER SAY MY NAME- :07

NATSOT - DANCE CLIP CHARLIES' ANGELS - :08
NATSOT -CAMERON DIAZ- (BEST DANCE SEQUENCE) R2 002600 I'M BLOND, I SHAKE

MY ASS AND MAKE FUNNY FACES, ISN'T HOLLYWOOD CRAZY! AND I GET A GOLD POPCORN STATUE FOR IT!! I'M TAKING IT HOME! :10

NATSOT - CHRIS TUCKER AND JACKIE CHAN HANG FROM WIRES ("I FEEL LIKE

MICHAEL JORDAN, CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN NEGRO, ALL IN ONE") :11


SOT MARK - IN THIS DAY AND AGE, THE FACT THAT IT'S AN INTERRACIAL KISS

IS NOT THAT BIG OF A DEAL AT ALL EITHER, IT WAS A BIGGER DEAL WAY BACK WHEN.
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SOT JULIA STILES- I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THAT IT'S NOT A BIG DEAL BECAUSE

THE MOVIE WAS SUCCESSFUL BUT I'VE GOTTEN BAD RESPONSES FROM KIND OF NUTTY PEOPLE OUT THERE.
SOT MARK- HOW ABOUT YOU SEAN?
SOT SEAN PATRICK THOMAS- WELL MY EXPERIENCE WAS ALITTLE DIFFERENT.45//

101455 AT LEAST THE BLACK PEOPLE THAT I TALK TO ARE REALLY EXCITED ABOUT IT. NOT NECESSARILY BECAUSE SHE'S WHITE BUT BECAUSE A BROTHER GETS TO BE ROMANTIC ON SCREEN.

NATSOT- JIM CARREY WINS

AS AN ARTIST, I AM ALWAYS STRIVING TO FIND NEW FORMS OF EXPRESSION, SO I DECIDED THAT IF I WAS TO WIN TONIGHT, I WOULD ACCEPT MY AWARD, TELEPATHICALLY, AND THEY SAY GEORGE LUCAS IS CUTTING EDGE HA HA.

SOT MARK- WHEN YOU GET UP, WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO DO

WHEN YOU HIT A STAGE FOR AN ACCEPTANCE SPEECH.
SOT JIM- YOU KNOW THAT LAST SCENE OF RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK?

WHERE THEY OPEN THE ARK AND THE STUFF COMES AND GOES AHHH!
(SOUND EFFECTS) IN PEOPLE'S EYES? THAT'S KIND OF HOW I'M THINKING. ))
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Tom Cruise collected the Golden Popcorn award for Best Male Performance.
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On Wall Street at Noon,
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, the Dow was down 10 points. Nasdaq has lost two.


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Coming up in Sports - Jeff Gordon takes a Monster win -
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And Tiger is in top form on the links. We'll have details after the break.
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Philadelphia claimed a spot in the N-B-A finals last night-
The Sixers got 44 points from Allen Iverson, in a 108 to 91 win over Milwaukee in game 7 of the Eastern Conference final.
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Larry Brown is in the finals for the first time in his career.
Iverson would open the third quarter with this three- pointer to make it 85 to 71 Sixers.
Milwaukee's Ray Allen would sprain his knee, but return to knock down this jumper--cutting the lead to 12.
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But when Iverson wasn't hitting from outside, Dikembe Motombo was throwing in the hook shot and the Sixers win it 108 to 91.
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The Sixers and Los Angeles Lakers open the finals Wednesday in L.A.


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Tiger wins his third straight Memorial Golf Tournament - and steps in line for what was once thought impossible - winning five consecutive majors.
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Woods and Paul Azinger finished their third round with Azinger up by a stroke. Then Woods began to turn it up a notch. On the par 5, fifth hole, Woods hits this two iron over the water, and to within six feet of the hole, setting up an eagle while Azinger bogeyed the hole.
He then knocked down the six footer for eagle to take a 2 stroke lead on Azinger with 4 holes left on the front side.
Tiger finished the round with a 6 under par 66, a total of 271, 17 under par, and a seven shot win over Azinger and Sergio Garcia. They tied for second at 10 under.
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Woods is the first golfer since Tom Watson in 1978 through 1980 to win the same tournament 3 straight years.



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Jeff Gordon got win number 52 yesterday as he finished nearly a second ahead of Steve Park in the M-N-B-A 400.
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Jeff Gordon blistered the Monster Mile early, leading by a couple of seconds with 324 laps to go.
Mike Skinner was second.
Rusty Wallace was having a strong run.
But after a scheduled pit stop, he began to fall back almost getting lapped by Gordon.
Then the caution came out when Dale Earnhardt Junior gets loose coming up on turn 4, slightly damaging his car.
Gordon was the leader at the halfway mark. But Tony Stewart was on the move. He passed points leader Dale Jarrett to take over second place with just under 200 left to go.
Gordon held off the field.
He led all but 19 laps-- a new record at Dover. And he takes the checkered flag, winning the M-N-B-A 400 for his second win of the Winston Cup season.
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Park finished second, Dale Earnhardt, Junior third, Ricky Craven fourth and Dale Jarrett came in fifth.



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