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Up next on News 7--
Bedford county authorities are investigating a barn fire.
The property owner says this isn't the first time flames have hit Joco Farms.
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And a bakery expansion offers donuts and JOBS by the dozens.
We'll have a live report.
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Another warm, muggy day... which could lead to some scattered showers and thunderstorms later today...I'll have your forecast....
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News 7 at noon, right after the break.


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A Roanoke bakery is rolling in the dough for a new expansion that'll also bring new jobs.
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[Maple-Leaf]


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A bakery at the Roanoke Center for Industry and Technology broke ground AND bread over its latest expansion. Canada based Maple Leaf Bakery plans to build a 12 million dollar addition onto its Roanoke facility.
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News 7 Business Reporter Jennifer Miele is at the Bakery with more.
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((ROLLCUE:...end of december))
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[Shelor]


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The Virginia Supreme Court says it will not rehear the case involving Montgomery County and the Shelor Automotive Group.
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The court is standing by its April decision that the county cannot charge the car dealer a merchant's capital tax on inventory. Shelor moved its inventory out of the area by tax day to avoid paying an amount they deemed unfair. The court said because the inventory wasn't physically there .. it's not taxable. Now county officials can either adjust the tax scale or get the General Assembly to change tax code. Shelor representatives say they are willing to work with the county and pay their fair share of taxes.
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[11Barn-Fire]


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Authorities are investigating a barn fire in Bedford County last night.
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The blaze started at about 9:30 at a Joco Farms Barn off of Horseshoe Bend Road.
Property Owner Diane Wilcox says this has happened before.
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No one was hurt in last night's fire and there were not any animals in the barn.
Bedford County Sheriff's deputies said it was full of hay.
Officials have not said yet how the fire started.. but they say they will be investigating.
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State department officials are still trying to determine if a rebel group in the Philippines told the truth.
The group claims to have beheaded an American hostage.
But so far, a massive search has failed to locate his body.
Tom Fenton reports.
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[SUPER=01-Danilo Servando/Philippine Army Spokesman; :13]
[SUPER=01-Gloria Madapagal Arroyo/Philippines President; 1:12]
[SUPER=01-Tom Fenton/CBS News; 1:24]
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[OUT Q=Fenton, CBS News, London.]

(( As Philipines government troops continue their search tis morning, the military says it has found two headless bodies in guerilla territory, but neither belonged to the American whom the muslim rebels claimed to have beheaded.

(SOT COLONEL DANILO SERVANDO, PHILIP8INE ARMY SPOKESMAN)

THE REPORTED BEHEADING OF MR. SOBERO AS FAR AS WE ARE CONCERNED STILL IS NOT YET CONFIRMED.
On May 27, the rebels raided a resort in the southwest Philipines and took twenty hostages, including Guillermo Sobero of Corona, California, and an American missionary couple from Kansas.
A broadcast message from the Abu Sayyaf group claimed that Sobero had been beheaded and another hostage would meet the same fate if the government did not meet their demands.
The muslim rebellion in the Southern Philippines is one of the world's longest running low- level insurgencies. The group is fighting for a muslim homeland in the mainly Catholic Philipines.
Last year, they captured a group of tourists, who were released after the Germans paid millions of dollars. The Philippines government insists that this time no ransom will be paid.

(SOT GLORIA MADAPAGAL ARROYO, PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT)

THE REPORTED MURDER OF MR. SOBERO ONLY STRENGTHENS OUR RESOLE TO DECIMATE ONCE AND FOR ALL THIS COLD-BLOODED BANDIT GROUP.
Government forces are still searching for the rebels and more than two dozen American and Filipino hostages, hoping that one of them will be Mr. Sobero. Tom Fenton, CBS News, London
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[Mideast-Peace]


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Now that they've agreed to a U-S sponsored cease-fire, the Israelis and Palestinians are ironing out details.
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Israeli officials say the success or failure of the agreement is up to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.
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((LIMOR LIVNAT/ISRAELI EDUCATION MINISTER: ARAFAT'S RESPONSE WILL BE EXAMINED BY THE OUTCOME, THE RESULT. HE IS SUPPOSED TO STOP ALL THE VIOLENCE HERE IN ISRAEL. ))
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But even as Arafat met with C-I-A director George Tenet last night, Palestinians protested the peace deal.
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((ISMAIL ABU SHANAB/HAMAS SPOKESMAN: WE UNDERSTAND THE ENORMOUS PRESSURE AGAINST ARAFAT AND THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY. THE PRESSURE IS NOT SOLVING THE REAL PROBLEM. THE REAL CAUSE OF THE SUFFERING OF THE PALESTINIANS IS THE OCCUPATION. ))
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[OUT Q=the occupation.]
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Palestinians complained after today's meeting that Israel hasn't offered specifics on easing travel restrictions on the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
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[Bush-NATO]


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President Bush says he's pleased with the progress on the peace agreement so far, but wants action to back up the words
He's spending the week focusing on EUROPEAN affairs.
Bush met with NATO leaders today in Belgium, outlining his plans for a missile defense system.
Kimberly Dozier has more.
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[SUPER=01-Lord Robertson/NATO Secretary General;]
[SUPER=01-Kimberly Dozier/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=Dozier, CBS News, London.]

(( An American president on a European charm offensive -- President George Bush spent his first visit to Nato, trying to rally the troops to work together, and trying to show he's NOT just ordering them around.

(09:53nyt Bush newser)

'I count on the advice of our friends and allies.'
Mr. Bush's mission here - to convince Europe's leaders it's time to abandon the antiballistic missile treaty - signed when the U.S. and the former Soviet Union were enemies. He says it's the only way to test out a new ballistic missile shield, which he insists would protect America AND its allies from today's threats: rogue states with nuclear weapons. Though he admits...it needs a little work.
'Of course, we're not going to deploy a system that doesn't work. What good would that do?'
The reception has been polite...but this audience wants to see the fine print - and so far, there isn't any.

(SOT NATO Secretary General Lord Robertson)

"The president is not here to ask for support for any specific plan or proposal, because the United States does not have a specific plan or proposal."
President Bush did offer some welcome news - reassuring his allies once and for all, that America won't shirk its peacekeeping duties in the Balkans.
'We came in together, and we will leave together. It is the pledge of our govt and it is the pledge I will keep.'
Bush's next stop is Sweden, the next issue: the global climate change treaty, HE aabandoned IT callling it bad for America. European leaders say if he fails to work together on a credifble alternative this issue will devide america from the rest of the world.
KD, CBS News, London )) [Tease1] [HARD MUSIC UNDER]
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Still to come on the newscast, violence breaks out as negotiations fail to end an airline strike,
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and we'll see who the Democratics plan to run in this falls race for Attorney General and Lieutenant Governor.
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The Democratic primary is behind us, but the political season is just warming up.
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This morning, it was Republican Pat Green announcing his bid for Commissioner of the Revenue in the City of Roanoke.
Green ran for mayor in 1996. He says his experience in small business and more than 30- years in the military would serve the city well.
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((PAT GREEN/R- CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE: WE ARE THE FRONT LINE FOR ANYONE THAT GOES INTO BUSINESS. IF YOU WANT TO START A BUSINESS YOU HAVE TO COME TO THE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE. AND IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT THE FIRST IMPRESSION THAT WE MAKE TO OUR CITIZENS IS A VERY POSITIVE ONE.))
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Sherman Holland currently serves as Commissioner of the Revenue in the city of Roanoke.

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Democrat Tim Kaine has won his parties nomination for Lieutenant Governor.
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[TAKE LEADER 100]
The Richmond mayor took 40-percent of yesterday's vote.
Newport News Delegate Alan Diamonstein received 31 percent.
Norfolk Delegate Jerrauld Jones was third. [TAKE LEADER 101]
The race for the Attorney General nomination was tighter.
Henrico County delegate Don McEachin took the nomination by a few percentage points over Roanoke Senator John Edwards.
Danville Delegate Whitt Clement was third. [Second Page]
Richmond lawyer Sylvia Clute was a distant fourth.
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Before they begin the campaign against the Republicans, yesterday's winners took the time to celebrate last night. Richmond Bureau Chief Ellen Qualls has more.
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[SUPER=401-Del. Don McEachin/(D) Candidate for Attorney Gen.; 1:13 ]
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[OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Richmond.]

(( Richmond Mayor Tim Kaine was the biggest vote getter overall, winning big in his campaign for lieutenant governor.
He's a the son-in-law of a former Republican governor, Linwood Holton.
But on his primary victory night declared the Virginia Democratic party not a "tiny, dying fringe group," but the "party of all."
[sot 21:28:40]

((TIM KAINE: THE CHALLENGES THAT LIFE THROWS AT US...SUBSTANCE THIS YEAR FOLKS.)) [runs:25 ]
Kaine is joined by suburban Richmond Delegate Donald McEachin, whose campaign for Attorney General was based largely on what he called sensible gun restrictions.
Ticket leader Mark Warner swept over to his quieter, smaller victory party in a Richmond brewpub.
Both defend a ticket that draws its talent only from Richmond and northern Virginia turf.
[sot 21:36:58]

((MARK WARNER: LISTEN, I'VE BEEN SPENDING AN AWFUL LOT OF TIME IN RURAL VIRGINIA... EVERY VOTE IN EVERY CORNER OF VIRGINIA.)) [runs:08 ]

[sot 22:02:54 ]

((DEL. DON MCEACHIN/D-CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GEN.: WHAT I'VE ALWAYS SAID THROUGHOUT THIS ENTIRE RACE WAS IT WASN'T ABOUT RACE, IT WASN'T ABOUT REGION...I LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH TIM. HE AND I HAVE BEEN FRIENDS FOR A VERY LONG TIME.)) [runs:19 ]
So for a party that's been wandering in the electoral wilderness for almost a decade, a new set of faces to take to Virginia voters in November.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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While he lost the nomination State Senator John Edwards found plenty of support in Roanoke.
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((WE LOVE JOHN, WE LOVE JOHN.))
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Edwards captured 88- percent of the votes cast in the city of Roanoke for attorney general. Last night, he thanked his supporters and told the crowd he looks forward to continuing to represent the 21st senatorial district.
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((JOHN EDWARDS/D- ATTORNEY GENERAL CANDIDATE: I THINK THE PARTY JUST GOT SPLIT UP WITH FOUR PEOPLE RUNNING THAT'S THE ONLY ANALYSIS I CAN THINK OF NOW MAYBE WE'LL DO SOME MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACKING AND LOOK AT THE NUMBERS MORE CAREFULLY BUT IT APPEARS I DID WELL, IT'S JUST A MATTER THE PARTY GOT SPLIT UP.))
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Edwards says money was not a factor in the election and says he believes McEachin will do a fine job.
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Still to come on the newscast, Leo will have a detailed look at our forecast,
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and we'll relive some scary moments for two sky divers.
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Failed negotiations between an Argentine airline and its workers have led to violence.
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Several people were injured when the striking airline employees got into a scuffle with police.
Other strikers chanted slogans, and banged drums in support of their cause.
The striking workers are demanding the re-instatement of overseas routes by the troubled national carrier, Aerolinas Argentinas.
The carrier is in debt for nearly 900- million U-S dollars.
Since May, the strikers have been disrupting international flights, affecting hundreds of passengers.
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It was a DIFFERENT kind of flight trouble over Florida--
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Amateur skydiver Larry Shaeffer and his instructor Shawn Engbrecht are lucky to be alive.
In search of the "thrill of a lifetime", Shaeffer decided to attempt a tandem leap with his skydiving coach.
When the pair jumped from 13- THOUSAND feet in the air, their experienced problems with their parachutes.
The two men ended up hitting the ground at nearly 50- miles-per hour.
Both suffered broken bones, and now are on the road to recovery...
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 51 points.
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Nasdaq was UP 13 points.


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Still to come on News 7 -The Av's look to avenge their name to Potomac -

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And a legend comes to an end as a Chicago television station decides it's time to quit clowing around.
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The Avalanche took to the diamond last night looking for a comeback after Monday night's 11-1 loss to Potomac.
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In the bottom of the fifth, Salem's Matt Holliday crushes this two- run homer over the left field wall. The blast plates Garrett Atkins, 2-nothing Avs.
[SUPER=37-Salem/4/Potomac/2;]


To the sixth, Salem's Choo Freeman cranks out a solo shot that gets over the left field wall in a hurry. The lead is now 3 runs.
Potomac keeps it close, scoring on the Avalanche wild pitch. But Salem wins it 4-2.
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Shoulder tenderness may leave Boston ace Pedro Martinez out of the game Friday against Atlanta.
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Last night, Frank Castillo tossed five shutout innings.
Four runs were enough, as Boston tops Florida 4-to-2.
Troy O'Leary socked a two-run homer in the Red Sox's three-run
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first.
Trot Nixon added a solo shot in the fifth, closing out Boston's eighth victory in eleven games.
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[S-Steam]


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Roanoke's special teams seem to have lost their Steam -
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Poor special teams' play cost Roanoke 42 points AND the game last Friday in Louisville.
The Steam gave up the most points in franchise history in last week's 83-41 loss.
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[Bozo]


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It's enough to make a grown clown cry as an institution comes to an end in Chicago. "The Bozo Show" on W-G-N has taped its final episode.
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[SUPER=03-Chicago; :00]
[SUPER=01-Joey D'Auria/Bozo The Clown; :12]
[SUPER=01-Billy Corrigan/Smashing Pumpkins Lead Singer; :33]
[SUPER=01-Alan Livingston/Bozo Creator; :57]
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[OUT Q=end of an era...]

(((FOR THE LAST TIME-- KIDS FILED OUT OF A BOZO TAPING.
((29:21 something that chicago's losing. it's sad.))
THE LAST TIME CAST MEMBERS PULLED THE CURTAINS.
((40:23 it didn't hit me until the first family came by and said goodbye.))
THE LAST SHOW-- THAT FOR MANY DEFINED GROWING UP IN CHICAGO.
((32:24 brings back all those memories. going to high school everyone going do de do!))
THE FINAL TAPING BROUGHT OUT FANS LIKE FORMER SMASHING PUMPKINS LEAD MAN BILLY CORGAN.
((35:10 WHEN WE LOSE A SHOW LIKE THIS, WE LOSE A PIECE OF OURSELVES. IT'S SUCH A BIG PART OF MY CHILDHOOD. WE ALL HAVE STOIRES, RUNNING HOME FROM SCHOOL TO WATCH BOZO. YOU SEE WHAT HAPPENS IN THE WORLD, IT'S NICE TO SEE INNOCENSE AND GOOD OLD FASHIONED FUN.))
THE CREATOR OF THE ORIGINAL BOZO SAYS HE'S GRATEFUL FOR THE 40 YEARS.
((38:38 I THINK HE'S STUCK AROUND FOR A LONG TIME. I DON'T THINK HE'LL EVER BE FORGOTTEN.))
FOR MOST HERE TONIGHT-- THIS IS MORE THAN JUST SAYING GOODBYE TO YOUR FAVORITE CLOWN.
((42:46 THERE YOU HAVE IT, LADIES AND GENTS. THIS WRAPS UP THIS INCREDIBLE PRESS CONFERENCE.))
IT'S SAYING GOODBYE TO CHILDHOOD IN CHICAGO.
((33:22 it's the end of an era. )))))
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At its peak, parents had to wait years to get their children into a taping. It wasn't unusual for parents to put their children on the waiting list right after birth., [Quickcast]
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