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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Coming up on NEWS 7.
Search teams locate a Roanoke man missing for two days without food, water or medication.
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[VO-NAT]

Plus, details on a shooting and arrest this afternoon at a local motel.
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In sports, The Yankees beat the Mets at Shea The men's fast pitch World Series is being played in Salem.
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And Shaq and the Lakers defend their title winning the N-B-A championship in Philadelphia last night.
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A shooting at a Roanoke motel sends one person to the hospital.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Roanoke-Shooting]


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Roanoke police say a woman is in stable condition after being shot by a man in the motel room they shared.
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It happened at the Jefferson Lodge motel around 4.
Police say the woman was shot once in the chest after an argument.
She was able to run to the front office for help and tell police who shot her.
They're not releasing her name because her family has not been notified.
Police arrested the man she was living with at the motel's front office.
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((SGT. TAMMY CARMICHAEL/ROANOKE POLICE: HE WAS BASICALLY WAITING FOR US. NO PROBLEMS AT ALL. HE LISTENED TO THE OFFICERS COMMANDS. HE WAS IMMEDIATELY TAKEN INTO CUSTODY.))
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Police say the man told a witness he shot her.
They've also recovered a 22-caliber pistol they believe was used in the shooting.
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[Missing-Man]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=mjo]
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He spent two nights lost in the woods... without food, water or medications.
But this afternoon, search teams found a missing Roanoke man in good condition ... about half a mile from where he disappeared, near the Appalachian Trail.
Marya Jones has more.
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(( After an exhausting search, rescue workers hoisted Richard Glenn Simmons 250 feet up a steep cliff to safety.
The 50-year-old Roanoke man was dehydrated and disoriented, but, thankfully, alive.
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((HAROLD CHRIMES/RESCUE WORKER: GLENN WAS IN REAL GOOD CONDITION, SEEING AS HE DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK, MAYBE FOR THE LAST TWO DAYS, MAYBE A BIT LONGER THAN THAT.))
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Search teams began combing the woods around the Appalachian Trail and McAfee's Knob yesterday, after someone noticed Simmons' dog locked inside his car.
He left his belongings inside ... including a number of the medications used to treat his diabetes, depression and other medical conditions.
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((SUSAN BILBY/SISTER: HE'S ON A LOT OF MEDICATIONS, WHEN HE DOESN'T TAKE HIS MEDICATIONS, HE'S REAL OUT THERE, A LITTLE CONFUSED AT TIMES.))
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Simmons had wandered a little more than half a mile from the parking lot...
Rescue workers found him off of Old Catawba Road... near where a bloodhound picked up his trail yesterday.
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[NATS 40:32] ((NATS: GLENN, HOLD MY HAND, HONEY.))
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Susan Bilby hadn't seen her brother, Glenn for several years.
She came out to help rescue workers after she heard he was missing.
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((SUSAN BILBY/SISTER: AFTER OUR MOTHER'S DEATH, HE JUST KIND OF BECAME A LONER. HE NEVER HUNG AROUND THE FAMILY MUCH.))
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((HAROLD CHRIMES: I THINK EVERYTHING TURNED OUT WONDERFUL. THIS IS THE WAY WE LIKE SEARCHES TO TURN OUT. ))
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A successful search that also proved to be a family reunion of sorts.
Marya Jones, News-7, Roanoke County.))

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Investigators say they've identified a suspect in the rape and murder case that nearly cost Earl Washington, Junior his life.
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A D-N-A "cold hit" has placed a convicted rapist at the scene of the crime... but charges have yet to be filed in the case. Washington was nearly executed for the crime in 1985 but his sentence was commuted. He was pardoned by Governor Gilmore last year.
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[Gilmore-Eugenics]


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Republican Mark Earley and Democrat Mark Warner agree on one thing. Both said this week they are prepared to offer a full apology for Virginia's role in eugenics, if elected governor. Virginia involuntarily sterilized about eight thousand citizens deemed "unfit" by mental health officials, as late as 1979. The state also barred intermarriage of whites and non-whites as part of the eugenics "racial purity" movement.
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But Governor Jim Gilmore is still declining to make an apology.
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((I AS GOVERNOR DIDN'T FEEL COMFORTABLE APOLOGIZING FOR ACTS THAT DON'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH CONTEMPORARY VIRGINIA OR CERTAINLY WITH THIS ADMINISTRATION, BECAUSE THERE'S SO MUCH THAT'S GONE ON IN THE PAST THAT HAS NOT BEEN RIGHT. BUT WE TODAY PREFER TO FOCUS ON WHAT WE'RE DOING TO HEAL DIVISIONS IN THE COMMUNITY.))y
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Gilmore says the eugenics movement was wrong and should NOT have occurred -- but "that's a lot different ... from apologizing."
This year, Virginia's General Assembly passed a resolution expressing "profound regret" over Virginia's eugenics movement.
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Virginia's sterlization of Lynchburg's Carrie Buck in 1924 influenced Nazi Germany's policy a decade later.

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Coming up, a former New River Castings employee brings a lawsuit after he was nearly killed on the job...
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and a squadron of bi-planes and jets were taking advantage of the nice weather and clear skies in Salem today. More on that in just a bit, but first, let's check out the forecast with Jacey...
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A former New River Castings employee who nearly died in a job related injury is suing for damages.
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David Gravely of Dublin was injured two years ago when a 900- pound machine fell on him and crushed his back. Gravely is suing the Swiss and Danish manufacturers of the machine saying the design was negligent.
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./September 1999; ]

The 31- year old suffered a crushed spin, punctured lungs, a concussion and broken ribs. Gravely is seeking five million dollars.
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[Biz-Review]


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The slowing economy is making survival an uphill battle for some local companies. At the same time, though, the economy is having little to no affect on other businesses. Jennifer Miele shows us a little of both in this week's business review.
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162 Norfolk Southern employees will be furloughed as part of the railroad's latest cost-cutting plan. Temporary layoffs at the East End shops will begin June 24th and end July 14th.
Norfolk Southern says it's auctioning off excess machinery and locomotives that have been stored at the shops, leaving many wondering if the shops themselves would be next on the auction block.
Many of those who bid on the N-S equipment say they believe the shops will be up for sale by the end of the year.

But N-S says the shops are NOT for sale. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
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Meanwhile another Roanoke company is rolling in the dough.
Maple Leaf Bakery is expanding.
The company's 12 million dollar, 50-thousand square foot expansion is expected to be up and running by the end of December.
A brand new production line will be the largest bread line in the WORLD.
Company officials say a slowing economy is no match for them.
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((AL SAUTNER: I'LL TELL YOU ANYTIME I'VE EVER SEEN ANYTHING IN THE US ECONOMY HAPPEN, IT REALLY NEVER AFFECTED FOOD, SO OUR PRODUCT IS PRETTY SAFE NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS. IT THINK OUR BREAK IS GOING TO MAKE IT THROUGH EVERYTHING THAT' GOING TO HAPPEN IN THE US ECONOMY.))
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The economy IS being blamed for Circuit City's 72 percent drop in earnings. The slowdown would have been even worse had it not been for the success of one of its subsidiaries.
Analysts say the retailers' exit from the home appliance business last year hurt earnings the most.
The strongest sales growth for Circuit City was in products like digital cameras, televisions, DVD's and video game hardware and software. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE] [TAPE TC ]
Despite recent downturns in the furniture industry, a Pulaski has managed to come out ahead.
The company reports a five point five percent sales increase for the first half of the year.
The company credits its success to its strategy of producing furniture in both the U-S and Asia.
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((JOHN WAMPLER/PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PULASKI FURNITURE: WE BECAME VERY FOCUSED ON DOMESTIC MANUFACTURING IN JUST 2 REAL SPECIFIC NICHES. CURIO CABINETS AND CLOCK AND OUR IMPORT BUSINESS WHICH IS SECURING MOST OF OUR GROWTH HAS BEEN FOCUSED ON BEDROOM AND DINING ROOMS.))
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On wall street the Dow was down 49 points to close at 10 thousand six 41.
And the Nasdaq finished down 17.58 to close at 20-26 and a half.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele, and that is this week's business review.))


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Engines were humming today in Salem for the Roanoke Valley Radio Control Club's "Big Bird Fly In"...
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The event drew nearly 30 pilots and their remote control planes from as far away as Ohio. Remote control pilots say learning the craft takes patience, experience, and above all, a few mishaps.
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((TYKE HALE/LYNCHBURG; TEAR UP A LOT OF AIRPLANES. YOU DO IT ONE WAY AND IT DOESN'T WORK, AND YOU DON'T DO IT THAT WAY ANYMORE. A LOT OF CRASHES...))
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The planes you see here can cost as much as 6-thousand dollars.
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Coming up, Roy Stanley will get us up to speed in the world of sports...
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but before that, beware, some prehistoric dinosaurs are prowling around the Roanoke area... We'll have the terrifying details coming up....
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Through the years, Pittsylvania County Sheriff Harold Plaster has seen some tough assignments.
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But nothing compares to the one he faced this past year. Plaster found out in September he had lymphoma. He went through six chemotherapy sessions but Plaster says the worst part came early on in his treatment.
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((HAROLD PLASTER/SHERIFF: WHILE I WAS IN THE HOSPITAL I ALSO HAD A COLLAPSED LUNG AND PNEUMONIA. AND WHEN YOU CAN'T BREATHE, AND PUT ON A VENTILATOR, I WAS PUT ON A VENTILATOR TWICE, THAT WAS MORE THREATENING TO ME THAN THE CANCER PART OF IT.))
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The Sheriff says two things helped him recover from cancer. We'll have more on that tomorrow on News 7 Sunday morning.
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[Dinosaurs]


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The third edition of Jurassic Park will soon be stomping into theaters... In this week's Time Off Shannon Young shows us where we can spend some quality dino-time without the silver screen.
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(( Steven Speilberg isn't the only dinosaur fan thinking big. The Science Museum of Western Virginia is flaunting its own Jurassic park, minus the blood and guts.
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((People are just so fascinated with dinosaurs.))
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These monsters WILL look you in the eye and even make a move in your direction thanks to robotic technology. And they're not afraid to let you know you're on THEIR turf.
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((Roaaaaarrrrrrr!))
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((We specifically are looking at dinosaurs from the crutaceous, which is the first period of dinosaurs, the period that's famous because of T-Rex.))
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((And then also the older period, the Jurassic, where some of the early dinosaurs were getting started.))
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You may remember Rex and pals from their first visit to the museum during the nineties. Now, you're invited back for a second helping of an exhibit worth sinking your teeth into.
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[IN Q=Some of the dinosaurs are new, some are not.]

((Some of the dinosaurs are new, some are not. But if you saw them when the exhibit was here ten years ago you might recognize some differences in your old friends.))
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Hill says that's because paleontologists are learning more about dinosaurs every day.
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[IN Q=We once thought that T-Rex stood upright...]

((We once thought that T-Rex stood upright, sort of like a human being, whereas now we realize that they were using their legs as a kind of see-saw to balance their weight so that they were more horizontally positioned.))
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Most of the beasts are life-sized except for T-Rex and the Apatosaurus, formerly known as Brontosaurus, which are built to half scale. But their smaller stature in no way decreases their thrill factor. In fact, Hill says the Speilberg film is just an appetizer.
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((Go see the film and then come see us and see the real thing.))
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Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke.))


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And coming up in sports, The Lakers defend their N-B-A championship in Philly Last night Tiger continues to struggle at the U.S. Open.
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And the Roanoke Steam picks up a win to go to 6 and 5 on the Season.
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The Los Angeles Lakers won their second straight N-B-A championship last night beating Philadelphia 108 to 96.
Shaquille O'Neal had another dominating performance with 29 points, 13 rebounds and 5 blocked shots.
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Shaq claimed his second straight M-V-P award and the called the title a dream come true giving all the credit to his teammates.
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The Mets and Yankees hooked up at Shea this afternoon.
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The Yankees lead the regular season series 12 to 7.
New York opened the scoring in the top of the second Bernie Williams going deep over the centerfield wall for a solo home run and a 1 to nothing Yankee lead.
Still in the second Pitcher Mike Mussina hits a shot up the middle into centerfield Scott Brosius rounds the bases from second to score and The Yankees went on top 2 to nothing.
[SUPER=35-N.Y. Yankees/2/N.Y. Mets/1/;]


The Mets got on the board in the fourth Robin Ventura sends this Mussina pitch over the right field wall for a solo homer but the Yankees hold on to win the game 2 to 1.
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The summer of softball tournaments has begun at the Moyer Sports Complex in Salem.
And it started fast.
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The 2001 NSA Men's Fast Pitch World Series have taken over the fields at Moyer.
21 teams from as far south as Florida and far north as Pennsylvania.
Some of the athletes have played professional baseball.
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Play continues tomorrow. Tickets are three dollars a day.
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[S-Open]


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The leaders had late afternoon tee times and their still on the course.
Amateur Bryce Moulder and All American out of Georgia Tech had today's best round a 2 under par 68 he's at 4 over par.
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[SUPER=03-Tulsa, OK/NBC SPORTS; :]


Tiger Woods was still struggling today but this was one of his better shots. The pitch from the sand trap at 9 that rolls within a foot of the hole and he would tap it in for par. Tiger was even after the front nine.
Woods did manage a birdie rolling in this putt at the 14-th green but he would finish the day at 4 over par 8 shots behind the leaders who were still on the course.
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The Roanoke Steam improved to 6 and 5 on the season last night but had to work for it as the arena football team holds off Greensboro for a 40-37 win.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Prowlers vs. Steam; :00]


The Roanoke Civic Center was hoppin last night as well over 25 hundred fans came out to support the Steam.
This game was close for a while and then the Prowlers went out in front. Travis Pender hands off to Rafik Thorrossian who crashes through the line for the touchdown and the point after put Greensboro up 24-15.
[SUPER=34-Roanoke/40/Greensboro/37;]


But the Steam came back. Watch Al Clark work his magic, he hands off to Roy Johnson and he goes right and crosses the goaline for the touchdown and the Steam is back in it.
The Steam special teams were much improved from last week, this field goal is good and Roanoke escapes with the 40-37 win.
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The Steam hits the road next Saturday at Tennessee Valley.

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