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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom. Cloudy out there now, but the forecast is calling for some sunshine later today. Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner has details in just a few minutes.





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A Montgomery County community has been placed on a "Boil order" because of bacteria contamination.
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Officials placed 276-customers in Prices Fork under boil restrictions after testing the area's two wells. They say increased rainfall may be to blame because high volume prevents water from being adequately filtered. Water used to cook, drink or brush teeth must be brought to a rolling boil for one minute.
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[SOT:24:40]
[IN Q=I've had to]

((JEFF MCCOY/SNUFFY'S GENERAL STORE OWNER; I'VE HAD TO BUY ALL MY ICE WHERE I'D USE TO PRODUCE IT I HAD TO BUY TWO NEW COFFEE POTS WHERE I CAN POUR WATER INTO IT MY FOUNTAIN MACHINE I HAD TO DISCONNECT, MY CAPPUCCINO MACHINE I HAD TO DISCONNECT.))
[SUPER=01-Jeff McCoy/Snuffy's General Store Owner;]
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[OUT Q=to disconnect. DOUBLE OUT!!!!]
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To fix the problem, the County says it may add more filters, close the well and rely solely on the a second well, or tap into a neighboring community's water supply.
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Murder charges have been dropped against a Halifax County woman.
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Estelle Marie Kirby was arrested in January and charged with a murder that happened in Michigan thirty years ago.
Defense Attorneys produced documents showing Kirby was living and working in Halifax during that time.
Prosecutors in Michigan yesterday dropped the charges after witnesses in the case could not identify Kirby.
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[SOT 4:00]
[IN Q=Its been awful]

((ESTELLE MARIE KIRBY: ITS BEEN AWFUL, BEEN AWFUL. ITS BEEN JUST LIKE A NIGHTMARE, YOU WALKING AROUND AND THE NIGHTMARE WITH YOUR EYES OPEN, THATS THE WAY ITS BEEN.))
[SUPER=07-Estelle Marie Kirby]
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[OUT Q=the way its been]
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Kirby says her faith in God is what helped her get through.
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After years of planning and construction, the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford is now open to the public.. Thousands of people visited the site yesterday.
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The crowds were much more manageable, one day after 21- thousand people attended the monument's dedication.
This was also a chance for D-Day organizers to take a step back and reflect on their hard work.
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[SOT 18:11:50]
[IN Q=Literally didn't]

((RICHARD BURROW/D-DAY FOUNDATION DIRECTOR: LITERALLY DIDN'T WANT TO OVERLY WORK TODAY, I JUST WANTED TO COME OUT AND SORT OF ENJOY IT AND WATCH PEOPLE HERE, AND IT'S BEEN VERY GOOD FOR ME TO DO THAT, I'VE ENJOYED IT.))
[SUPER=01-Richard Burrow/D-Day Foundation Director; ]
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=I've enjoyed it.]
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Many of yesterday's visitors attended Wednesday's ceremony but couldn't see much because of the crowds and tight security.
The monument is open from ten to five Tuesday through Sunday.
Starting next week, a ten dollar annual parking fee will be charged.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom. We could see a few spotty showers today...otherwise look for partly sunny skies and pleasant temperatures. Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner will be along shortly with your complete forecast.





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Virginia Democrats will choose their statewide ticket next week. Two of the candidates for attorney general spent yesterday in Roanoke.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


John Edwards ended his day rallying supporters in downtown Roanoke.
During his appearance here and in news conferences in Norfolk and Richmond, Edwards emphasized his record on women's issues including his support for abortion rights.
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[SOT EDWARDS 11:43]
[IN Q=And the question is]

((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/D- CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: AND THE QUESTION IS, WHO HAS A TRACK RECORD THAT IS RELIABLE AND CONSISTENT. WHO CAN WOMEN BEST TRUST TO PROTECT THEIR INTERESTS IN THIS RACE. I THINK I AM THE CANDIDATE WOMEN CAN TRUST THE MOST.))
[SUPER=01-Sen. John Edwards/(D) Candidate for Attorney General]
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[OUT Q=can trust the most.]
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Danville Delegate Whitt Clement was also in Roanoke yesterday, campaigning with Bob Crouch, the former U.S. Attorney for the western district of Virginia.
Clement touted his support among law enforcement officials, and suggested he would bring the best combination of experience and geographical balance to the statewide ticket.
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[SOT CLEMENT 11:08]
[IN Q=We've lost]

((DEL. WHITT CLEMENT/D- CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: WE'VE LOST SEVEN OF THE LAST NINE STATEWIDE ELECTIONS. MARK WARNER LOOKS STRONG NOW, BUT ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN SIX MONTHS, AND HE NEEDS TO DO WELL IN OUR MORE RURAL AREAS.))
[SUPER=01-Del. Whitt Clement/(D) Candidate for Attorney General]
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[OUT Q=in our more rural areas.]
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There are four candidates in Tuesday's primary, including Edwards, Clement, Richmond attorney Sylvia Clute, and Henrico County Delegate Don McEachin.

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McEachin wrapped up his fight for the nomation standing strong on his number one issue.
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[IN Q=I believe that guns should]

((DONALD MCEACHIN/D-CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GEN.: I BELIEVE THAT GUNS SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED ON SCHOOL PROPERTY, PERIOD, NO EXCEPTIONS.))
[SUPER=01-Del. Donald McEachin/(D) Candidate for Attorney General;]
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[OUT Q=property, period, no exceptions.]
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McEachin appeared yesterday with his three daughters and wife -- a former city prosecutor herself -- for his final news conference before Tuesday's primary.
He says Whitt Clement and John Edwards were wrong to make an exception that allows teens who hunt to keep their guns in their vehicles on school property.
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Virginia Lottery drawings are coming back to your hometown station.
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Executive Director Penelope Kyle revealed that two former radio personalities will announce the winning numbers. Bill Bevins has been with the Lottery since the beginning and will host the afternoon drawings.
Newcomer Mikki Spencer will host the drawings in the evenings.
Drawings will air Monday through Saturday during News 7 at Eleven beginning June 16-th.
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We'll show last night's winning numbers in just a few minutes.

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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom. You can expect highs to reach the mid and upper 70s today...with sunshine breaking through the clouds later on. Meterologist Leo Hirsbrunner has your forecast, coming up.





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Bacteria is contaminating the water supply in a Montgomery County community.
Now residents are having to boil their water before they can drink it.
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[SUPER=03-Prices Fork;]

Officials placed 276-customers in Prices Fork under boil restrictions after testing the area's two wells. They say increased rainfall may be to blame because high volume prevents water from being adequately filtered. Water used to cook, drink or brush teeth must be brought to a rolling boil for one minute.
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[SOT:24:40]
[IN Q=I've had to]

((JEFF MCCOY/SNUFFY'S GENERAL STORE OWNER; I'VE HAD TO BUY ALL MY ICE WHERE I'D USE TO PRODUCE IT I HAD TO BUY TWO NEW COFFEE POTS WHERE I CAN POUR WATER INTO IT MY FOUNTAIN MACHINE I HAD TO DISCONNECT, MY CAPPUCCINO MACHINE I HAD TO DISCONNECT.))
[SUPER=01-Jeff McCoy/Snuffy's General Store Owner;]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=to disconnect. DOUBLE OUT!!!!]
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To fix the problem, the County says it may add more filters, close the well and rely solely on a second well, or tap into a neighboring community's water supply.
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A car accident has put the "brakes" on plans for the grand opening of a new store in Boones Mill.
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[SUPER=03-Boones Mill]

Shortly after six yesterday evening two cars collided near the Citgo on 220, and one of them ended up on the porch of Decades Antiques and Accessories. The store owner says this is going to put a dent in her grand opening.
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[SOT15:39:13]
[IN Q= I had my]

((KIM MARCINCZYK/DECADES OWNER; I HAD MY GRAND OPENING PLANNED. I RAN AN AD, I WAS GOING TO HAVE IT ON SATURDAY. I WAS GOING TO HAVE REFRESHMENTS AND FOOD AND SO AFTER ALL THIS, I GUESS I CAN'T HAVE MY GRAND OPENING ANYMORE.))
[SUPER=01-Kim Marcinczyk/Decades Owner]
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=grand opening anymore.]
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The store owner says she looked up to see the car in mid air, headed towards the porch where she was working. The car missed her- but took out two columns and smashed some of the furniture.
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The National D- Day Memorial in Bedford is now open to the public. Thousands of people were among the first to tour the site yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford]


The crowds were much more manageable, one day after 21- thousand people attended the monument's dedication.
This was also a chance for D-Day organizers to take a step back and reflect on their hard work.
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[SOT 18:11:50]
[IN Q=Literally didn't]

((RICHARD BURROW/D-DAY FOUNDATION DIRECTOR: LITERALLY DIDN'T WANT TO OVERLY WORK TODAY, I JUST WANTED TO COME OUT AND SORT OF ENJOY IT AND WATCH PEOPLE HERE, AND IT'S BEEN VERY GOOD FOR ME TO DO THAT, I'VE ENJOYED IT.))
[SUPER=01-Richard Burrow/D-Day Foundation Director; ]
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[OUT Q=I've enjoyed it.]
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Many of yesterday's visitors attended Wednesday's ceremony but couldn't see much because of the crowds and tight security.
The monument is open from ten to five Tuesday through Sunday.
Starting next week, a ten dollar annual parking fee will be charged.
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