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Coming up-
A greusome discovery in one area lake.. Details ahead.
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Another federal execution is set for tomorrow. Tonight reaction from Juan Garza's daughter.
One main Roanoke road is shut down after a water main breaks.
Plus they were in trouble with the law.. now they're taking the law to the hoop.
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Next on News 7.
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[Patrick-Body]


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A sheriff's department training exercise leads to a grim discovery today in Patrick County.
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[TAKE MAP FULL] While diving under Union Bridge in Philpott Lake... Henry County sheriff's deputies discovered a barrel containing a body. The Sheriff of Patrick County says the body appears to have been there for some time. It has been sent to the medical examiners office in Roanoke for identification.
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[DMV]


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The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles decides to exit Crossroads Mall. The D-M-V will move out of the Mall when its lease expires. The state is working on other plans for Roanoke. Teresa Hamilton reports-- for neighboring businesses the loss will be a setback.
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(( The Crossroads Mall location is the only D-M-V office in Roanoke. But that will change in the coming years. The state is planning to build two new facilities in the Roanoke area by the time the D-M-V's lease with Crossroads Mall expires in two years.
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According to a D-M-V spokeswoman... the state is content with the current location but would be able to better serve customer needs with new facilities. The Crossroads location is Virginia's largest D-M-V office and also one of the state's busiest. A fact not lost on neighboring businesses.
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James Ransom operates a Suncom kiosk across from the D-M-V. And, while he's watched other businesses in the mall move out... he predicts it will be hard to recover from this loss.
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((JAMES RANSOM/SUNCOM INDEPENDENT AGENT: I'VE ENJOYED BEING HERE IT'S RIGHT BUSY DURING DAYS, SO I'VE DONE WELL BEING HERE BUT LIKE I SAID IT IS A MAJOR FACT IF THEY MOVE OUT IT WILL HURT MY BUSINESS.)) [runs10]
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A D-M-V official says the state has not decided where the two new offices will be located. But Ransom says if he could tag along-- he would. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Roanoke.))

[Pulaski-Fatal]


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A Pulaski County man died in a car accident this afternoon. State police say Roger East was driving north in the wrong lane on Bell Springs Road when he hit another vehicle head on. East died in the accident but officials say it was not the collision that killed him. Police believe East had a health problem and a possible heart attack is to blame. No one in the other vehicle was injured and no charges are being filed.

[Water-Main]


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Roanoke City dispatchers were flooded with calls this evening over a water main break.
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Brambleton Avenue is closed tonight near the Overland Road intersection because of the break ..
Officials have closed the road while repairs are being made to the pipe since the break also damaged part of the road .. officials are not sure how long it will take.
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[Energy-Prices]


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A big move in Washington- should be felt 3-thousand miles away.. in California.
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A vote today calling for the first ever round the clock limits on electricity prices in California.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission voted for the plan which basically sets the price of electricity in 11 Western states at the most expensive power generated that day.
Republicans on the panel claim the plan will control price gouging while still allowing producers a profit.
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((CURT HEBERT/CHAIRMAN FERC: IT IS A BALANCED PLAN THAT RESPECTS MARKET FORCES AND THAT ATTEMPTS TO RESTRAIN PRICES WHILE OFFERING AN INDUCEMENT FOR NEW SUPPLY.))
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One key feature of price mitigation is the claim by the White House that it is not formal price control.
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((YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT A MECHANISM AS I UNDERSTAND IT, A MECHANISM TO MITIGATE A SEVERE PRICE SPIKE WHICH MAY OCCUR, WHICH IS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT FROM PRICE CONTROLS.))
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The disadvantage critics say .. it will allow the least efficient and dirtiest power supplier to still set very high prices and pocket windfall profits.
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[Garza-Execution]


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A convicted drug kingpin and murderer has run out of options.
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Juan Raul Garza has been moved to death row and is scheduled for execution in the morning.
The Supreme Court denied his appeals and President Bush refused to grant clemency.
Tonight Garza's daughter reacts to the news.
Patricia Guillermo has that story.
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[Missing-Man]


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Rescue crews say it's remarkable. The family of a once missing loved one, says it's a relief.
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83-year-old Thomas Marlow was found in good condition today in Blacksburg after he was missing for almost two days. A family spokesman says he's responsive with some scratches and that he's spending the night at Montgomery Regional Hospital. The Alzheimer's patient disappeared from Warm Hearth Village, an assisted living facility on Saturday evening.
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((MARK EGGEMAN/RESCUE WORKER; TO GET A LIVE FIND AT THIS HOUR IS JUST ELATING EVERYONE IS VERY TIRED EXHAUSTED AND LOOKING FORWARD TO FINISHING THIS THING, SO THIS IS A VERY HAPPY ENDING FOR US.))
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Workers from Warm Hearth Village will meet tomorrow ith secure care systems. That's the company that makes the security bracelet Marlow was wearing. The bracelet is worn around the ankle and it's supposed to sound an alarm when a resident leaves the building.
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They hope to turn public housing into homes, but now the 20-million dollar project's hit a stumbling block.
That's just one story still ahead on News 7.
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And state budget cuts hit another museum hard... this time it's one devoted to African-American culture.
Find out what's being done to help, next.
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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office with details of a unique roundball showdown in the valley tonight. The Shaq daddy lays down a track for us. While this hoopster plans to keep tracking at Catholic. The Horse Show opens for its 30th year of business. And Anthony Poindexter leaves the Ravens for the Browns tonight on the Big 7.))

[Harrison-Museum]


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With the loss of state funding, and the failure to win a major increase in city dollars, The Harrison Museum of African American Culture is struggling to make ends meet.
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Today, Roanoke City Council approved a 5-thousand dollar increase for the museum, bringing Roanoke's contribution to 22-thousand dollars.
But that total is less than a third of what the museum got from the city five years ago.
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((ALETHA BOLDEN/HARRISON MUSEUM DIRECTOR: AND WE'RE LOOKING FOR THE CITY OF ROANOKE, THE STAKEHOLDERS IN OUR TAX DOLLARS, THE PEOPLE WHO ARE IN CHARGE OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE, FOR ALL CITIZENS IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY TO SUPPORT THE HARRISON MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE.))
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The museum also lost 75- thousand dollars in state funding this year, when lawmakers failed to pass a new budget bill.
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[City-Council]


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The Y-M-C-A wants to build a new facility in downtown Roanoke... and the city appears ready to approve a land swap and make a significant financial contribution.
Joe Dashiell has more from today's city council meeting.
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((The central branch was built in 1958, and though the building has seen renovations and a major addition since then... Y officials say the new 40- thousand square foot facility is sorely needed.
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((CAL JOHNSON/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: THIS FACILITY WILL ENABLE US TO SERVE MORE FOLKS, PARTICULARLY FAMILIES. WE WANT TO BE MORE FAMILY FRIENDLY AS WE OPEN UP OUR SERVICES TO MORE FOLKS.))
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The Y already owns most of the property it needs near the corner of 5th Street and Luck Avenue.
The city would contribute two lots on Church Avenue... and two million dollars over ten years.
City residents will receive a discount on initial membership fees.
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((WE THINK THEIR NEW FACILITY IN THAT PARTICULAR END OF THE CITY WILL REALLY ENHANCE THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THAT PART OF THE CITY AS WELL. SO WE'RE REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT PROJECT, NOT ONLY TO BENEFIT OUR RESIDETNS, BUT FOR WHAT IT WILL DO DOWNTOWN.))
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Once the new central Y is built, the city will get the old site for parking or for some other downtown development.
City council will hold a public hearing on the land swap, and vote on the agreement with the YMCA in two weeks.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

[Liberty-View]


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Revitalizing one of Danville's poorest neighborhoods will take a bit longer than once thought.
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A year ago, HUD awarded the Danville Housing Authority a 20-million dollar HOPE SIX grant to help public housing residents become homeowners.
To accomplish that, the Housing Authority plans to demolish the Liberty View apartments to make way for 161 single family homes.
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((DARYL DALTON/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: INITIALLY WE HAD HOPED TO DO TOTAL DEMOLITION AND HAVE THE SITE COMPLETELY EMPTY AND THEN CONSTRUCT THE NEW SITE. BUT NOW OUR PLANS ARE TO BREAK IT DOWN AND DO IT IN PHASES.))
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The Housing Authority had hoped to begin demolishing Liberty View this summer but now says it probably won't happen until early next year.
The reason for the delay? The federal government has not yet approved final plans for the project.
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A Southern Heritage group wants to overturn a ban on Confederate flags in one town's cemetery. That's why the Sons of Confederate Veterans Virginia chapter may sue the town of West Point in King William County.
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The group prevailed over the state in federal court a few months ago, winning the right to sport a Confederate flag on special license plates.
State commander Henry Kidd said today that the Sons intend to fight what they call growing political discrimination against their cause.
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A wedding present turns happiness into a tragedy for a newlywed couple.
Details are next on News 7.
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And Scientists believe they have found some of the first inhabitants of North America, in fact they're believed to have roamed the earth 75 million years before Columbus even set foot in America.
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[Newlywed-Crash]


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A wedding gift was supposed to be fun for the newlyweds- instead it cost the bride her life.
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The newlyweds got a plane ride as a wedding present-
In fact both were so excited to go, that 22 year old Sarah Hanson and her husband Brad flipped a coin to see who would take the first ride-
Brad went first on Friday... then he wife went the next day. Brad was shooting video of the ride when the plane's left wing fell off in the air and the plane went crashing to the ground- killing the bride and the pilot.
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((AT FIRST I THOUGHT HE WAS GOING AROUND DOING A STUNT IT LOOKED LIKE A PIECE OF THE PLANE CAME OFF THEN I SAW THIS BIG EXPLOSION.))
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Federal officials are investigating to see what caused the crash.
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[PA-Explosion]


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Searchers found two more bodies today in the rubble of a Pennsylvania apartment building that exploded.
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Water 20-feet high flooded the The Village Green Apartment Complex in Horsham Saturday night and severed a natural gas line.
The leak caused the explosion.
Four bodies were found yesterday afternoon, two today... and one more person may still be missing.
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[Wireless]


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The interent is making its way to rural communities thanks to new technology from Patrick County.
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Doctors like Richard Cole use a service called "wireless-wireless" to log on to the Internet without plugging into the wall.
Instead an Internet signal is sent to computers via satellite.
Cole says he'll use the technology to access patient information and medical journals right from the exam room.
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((DR. RICHARD COLE/WIRELESS-WIRELESS USER: THE OTHER DAY I WAS ON THE PHONE WITH A LADY AND SHE ASKED ME A QUESTION AND ID DIDN'T KNOW THE ANSWER. I GOT ON THE INTERNET INSTANTLY AND HAD THE ANSWER. I'M NOT SURE IF SHE KNEW I WAS ON THE INTERNET OR MAYBE SHE THOUGHT I WAS THAT SMART.))
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Wireless-wireless was created by a Patrick County company called I-C-P Systems.
Doctor Cole says he hopes the technology will soon be used with physician palm pilots.
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[S-Extra]


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Anthony Poindexter is changing NFL addresses. We have a plenty of hoops news for you tonight plus a finish at the US Open and Shaq is rapping for dollars and titles.
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[SUPER=04-Worldwide Pants; :00]

But first in tonight's Extra Point - Shaq's nemesis in the NBA finals - Dikembe Mutombo is the big guest tonight on the Late Show with David Letterman. That's coming tonight right after News 7. The rest of tonight's sports is straight ahead
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[S-Open]


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It took an extra 18, but the 101st U.S. Open did finally wrap up this afternoon.
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South African Retief Goosen again came to the 18th green with a nice lead, only this time he didn't blow it. This putt sealed the championship by two strokes over Mark Brooks. Goosen went up by five strokes after 10 holes and then held on. He is the third South African to win the prestigious US Open trophy joining Ernie Els and Gary Player.
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The NBA champion Lakers took their victory tour to the streets yesterday
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[VO-NAT]
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as Rick Fox and the rest of the Back to Back title winners paraded through LA. More than 550 thousand fans turned out to see Kobe and Shaq promise to win it again next year. They also got to see the Shaq-Diesel revert back to his old rapper days.
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Hoop madness last night in the Star City as some law breakers broke bread with law enforcers on the hardwood at the Booker T. Washington gym.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

Sam's Club sponsored this unique roundball shootout tonight that featured some offenders under supervision taking on members of the law enforcement community. It was painfully obvious which team had game and which had guns. However, this event was about providing a violence and drug free atmosphere for the two sides to interact. Friends and family members also were encouraged to participate. Many organizations including the Roanoke City and County police departments, the Chatham diversion center and Family services of the Roanoke Valley took part in the event.
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The University of Virginia is now in first place in the J.R. Reynolds sweepstakes.
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The rising junior at Roanoke Catholic is gearing up for a big summer that includes the Nike Camp and the National AAU tournament. But those close to Reynolds say he could commit early - possibly in the next few weeks - picking between UVa and Carolina. More importantly, News 7 sports has learned that the 6 foot 3 guard will return to Catholic for his junior year and NOT go to Oak Hill Academy.
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[S-Show]


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The oldest professional sporting event in the Roanoke Valley has taken up residence at the Salem Civic Center Fair Grounds.
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And we're talking about the 30th annual Roanoke Valley Horse Show.
The centerpiece of the show is the 50-thousand dollar Grand Prix Saturday night.
But the finest horses in the COUNTRY are represented in each discipline of this horse show.
This is especially beneficial to local riders, who improve greatly when they compete against the best.
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The Horse Show runs through Saturday with our personal favorites - the Jack Russell Terriers on Friday night.

[S-Collins]


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The Carolina League season has reached the halfway point with the three day all-star break.
Three Avalanche players will be representing the Carolina League Stars against the California League tomorrow night out west.
Back home the rest of the team is doing a little soul searching.
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[super=03-Salem/This Season;]


First time Manager Dave Collins says if he was giving himself a grade it would be a C.
He says he's been too nice. So two weeks ago he decided to toughen up and not worry about being liked by the players.
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The Teddy Bear's team finished the first half of the season six and four in their last 10 games and 10 games off of first place.



[S-MLB]


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Former Friday Football Extra player of the week Anthony Poindexter, has agreed to a one year contract with the Cleveland Browns.
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The six-foot 220 pounder played in 12 regular season games and two postseason games for the Baltimore Ravens last year.
Poindexter added 11 special teams tackles and one special teams tackle in the postseason. The Bedford native was originally a seventh round draft choice out of UVa in the 1999 NFL Draft.
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[New-Dinosaur]


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You might say they were some of the earliest Americans, roaming the land some 75-million years ago.
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Today Paleontologists announced the discovery of two new North American Dinosaur species-
Both are from a mysterious 30-million year period from which no previous dinosaur had ever been found.

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((CLARK BUNTING/DISCOVERY CHANNEL EXECUTIVE: THE DONOSAURS, DOG AND JIM, ARE ANNOUNCING TODAY ARE NOTHRONYCUS WHICH IS A TWELVE FOOT TALL SLOTH LIKE HERIBORE WHO IS THE FIRST THERIXINOSAURE FOUND IN THE UNTIED STATES AND COELUROSAUR A SMALLER TWO LEGGED DINOSAUR.))
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The Discovery Channel funded the research, and plans to air a special, "When Dinosaurs Roamed America" in mid-July.

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