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Coming up on News 7-
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A stand off in Roanoke tonight... a man is arrested.. but then breaks out of the police cruiser.
Boaters stuck on the raging river on this holiday..
Plus music kicks off July 4th celebration tonight in Roanoke...
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And we'll check out the fireworks.
News 7 is next.

[Standoff]


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The suspect, who is well known to police, ended up escaping. Teresa Hamilton has more.
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(( The standoff began when police went to investigate a report that shots had been fired from a home on Springhill Drive in Roanoke. When authorities arrived...they say Riccardo Hilton was sitting on the porch.
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((SHELLY ALLEY/ROANOKE POLICE: OFFICERS ASKED HIM TO SHOW HIS HANDS AND HE WOULD NOT HE WENT BACK INSIDE THE HOUSE. ))

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Authorities say they repeatedly tried to communicate with Hilton by phone and a P-A system. When that failed-- they say tear gas was fired into the house.
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((SHELLY ALLEY: AFTER THAT OFFICERS SEARCHED THE HOUSE AND COULDN'T LOCATE HIM. AFTER THAT THEY WENT BACK I NA SECOND TIME AND LOCATED THE SUSPECT IN AN ATTIC FACE DOWN BEHIND SOME CLOTHING AND SOME FURNITURE.))
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The 21- year old was taken into custody-- and lead into a police car. But the trip to jail would prove to be an eventful one.
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((SHELLY ALLEY: WHEN THE OFFICER WHO WAS TRANSPORTING HIM GOT TO THE AREA OF 19TH STREET AND ORANGE AVENUE MR. HILTON KICKED OUT THE BACK WINDOW OF THE POLICE CAR AND DOVE OUT THE WINDOW OF THE CAR.))
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After a foot pursuit, Hilton was eventually recaptured and taken to jail. Police say Hilton is well known among law enforcement. They say he was wanted on several outstanding warrants. Hilton's also been vocal since the murder of his brother, Reaco, on Christmas Eve.... speaking at a vigil held just days later.
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Police are still searching for Reaco Hilton's killer. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Roanoke.))

[Music-Americans]


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July fourth went as planned at Victory Stadium in Roanoke tonight.
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Thousands gathered together there tonight to celebrate the holiday as part of the Music for Americans concert. Several groups played for the crowd this evening. This afternoon-- a thunderstorm rolled through creating a few headaches but all in all the shower went by quickly. And, in the end, it looks like everything went just fine.
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[Independence-Day]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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It's easy sometimes to forget what the 4th of July is all about.. but around america... it's clear.
People are celebrating our nation's independence.
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((225 years of independence for America.... In the Nation's capital... song helped praise the nation... along with a glimpse of the Declaration of independence.
It was raised from its floor vault to the display case-
It's the last time the historic document along with the bill or rights.. will be on display for awhile- because the rotunda where they're housed is undergoing renovations.
The national archives says the declaration has faded because of poor preservation techniques of the 19th century.

He has refused... right to represent in the legislature.
And while some dressed in period garb and recited words from the day.... others reminded us never to take our freedom for granted
U-N secretary general Kofi Annan... accepted Philadelphia's medal of ..... and said Independence Day in America inspires other nations to strive for freedom. THROUGH LIBERTY IS SECURE ACROSS HE NATION AND MANY OTHERS IT REMAINS A DREAM FOR TOO MANY FELLOW MEN AND WOMEN.))
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Annan was awarded the Philadelphia Liberty Medal today.


[Big-Flag]


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Residents in Chicago are celebrating the Fourth of July with a huge American Flag.
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The landmark along the Chicago River is sporting a huge flag, which happens to be the biggest in the city.
The flag is 100-feet long and 50 feet wide and each star is 3-feet tall.
The ten year old flag was also used during a parade honoring those who served in Desert Storm.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [07/04/2001] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP TOMORROW FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Jeep]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Another S-U-V may have serious problems.
This time it is the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
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Federal Authorities are reportedly beginning a probe after complaints that the vehicles may suddenly switch into reverse.
Apparently there have been at least 48 complaints involving 1995 to 1999 Grand Cherokees.
Reports say the incidents have led to 32 crashes and 14 injuries.. but no deaths have been reported.
Most of the alleged crashes happened while the vehicle was idling with the gear-shift in the park position.
A spokesman for the car makers says the company is cooperating with the investigation. [30 plus pad]
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[Boat-REscue]


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A boating trip turned scary this fourth of July...
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A man and woman got stranded atop a spillway on the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis.
Firefighters used a boat to pull the two out.
The boat had been stranded for about an hour and was dangling over a spillway.
Both sides of the river were lined with people celebrating the Fourth of July- who responded when the pair was rescued.
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Officials had warned against boating on the river last month because of high water levels.
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[Sopranos-Arrest]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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He plays a member of a mob family on T-V.
Now one of the Soprano's Actors is in trouble with the law for real.
Kendra Farn has more from New York.
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[NON STANDARD OUTCUE!!] (( Robert Iler, a teen actor who plays "Anthony Soprano Junior" on the HBO program "The Sopranos," was been arrested on robbery and drug possession charges in New York City Wednesday.
The 16-year-old, who lives in Manhattan, was arrested early Wednesday with three other teen-agers after they allegedly demanded money from two boys and robbed them of about forty-dollars on Manhattan's Upper East Side just after midnight.
The victims, one of whom may have been visiting from Brazil, flagged down a police cruiser and drove around the area until identifying Iler and the other three suspects in nearby John Jay Park. All four were held on a robbery charge. Iler also was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said he was to be booked on the charges later Wednesday.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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That was Kendra Farn reporting... [Tease1]
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Coming up on News 7 at 11, we'll catch up with a local woman, who is trying to make a name for herself on the track...
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and the rainy weather held off just enough to light up the sky under the star... We'll have more coming up in just a few minutes...
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[Roanoke-Times ]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Roanoke Times strikes a deal with the city.
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The city will give the newspaper two free parcels of land- -and a half million dollar industrial development grant.
In turn, the Roanoke Times will stay in the city as a taxpayer, and build a 31-million dollar printing plant across Second street from its current location.
An existing business on the site now- -Howard's Car Care- - will have to go.
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((SO THERE WILL CERTAINLY SOME DISPLACEMENT. BUT HAVING A STATE OF THE ART PRINTING FACILITY ON WHAT WAS A PARKING LOT IS A GOOD TRADE-OFF FOR THE CITY.))
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Work on the project begins in the Fall, assuming it wins approval in the formal review process.
And the presses should be rolling by May, 2003.
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[Renee-Kopstein]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Roanoke County woman's racing career got off to a slow start last night... but as Jennifer Miele reports. ..she'll soon be back on track.
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(( [VIDEO/NAT SOUND OF RACE CARS]
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[PUT VIDEO OF RENEE OVER TOP OF THESE SOUND BITES] [tc:07:54:59] ((I BECAME A NASCAR FAN IN 1993.)) [VIDEO/NAT SOUND OF RACE CARS]
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[tc: 07:55:07] ((JUST WANTED TO GO INSIDE A CAR TO SEE WHAT IF FEELS LIKE SO I WENT OT THE RICHARD PETTY DRIVING EXPERIENCE.))
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[TC:07:55:50] ((WENT TO A MORE SERIOUS SCHOOL, DID REALLY WELL AND KNOW THAT WAS WHAT I WANTED TO PURSUE.))
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For Renee Kopstein, last night's race at South Boston was anything but fast paced.
A fuel pump break put her car in park before the race even got started.
A permanent road block? I don't think so.
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((IF THERE'S SOMETHING YOU WANT TO DO DON'T LET ANYTHING GET IN YOUR WAY. IF YOU WANT IT BAD ENOUGH YOU CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN.))
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The 25-year-old former Cave Spring night wanted a car all to herself.... and her dad said yes.
He's the president of Optical Cable Corporation... and he says he's made a sound business decision.
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[STAND UP] [tc:08:07:08] ((JENNIFER MIELE/REPORTING: IT COSTS ABOUT $100,000 TO GET YOUR NAME ON ONE OF THESE CARS FOR A SEASON, AND FOR OPTICAL CABLE THIS WAS MORE THAN JUST A MARKETING PLOY.))
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[tc: 07:48:54] ((BOB KOPSTEIN: A LOT FROM THE OTHER SPONSORS FOR ME TO GET TO KNOW THEM... A LOT OF THEM ARE LARGE CORPORATIONS WE DON'T HAVE ANY RELATIONSHIPS WITH NOW.))
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While daddy dearest is selling fiber optics to the Chinese, his little girl STILL plans to enter the world of racing at full speed on July 14th in South Carolina.
And for Renee, riding the break is not an option.
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[TC:07:58:34] ((MY ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO WIN A WINSTON CUP CHAMPIONSHIP. I WANT TO BE AT THE TOP.))
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While the Kopstein crew admits setbacks are a drag, they say it's not whether you win or lose, it's how fast you get back in the game.
Jennifer Miele, News7, Halifax County.)) [Tease2]
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, Roy Stanley will have explosive sports highlights from the diamond and from Wimbledon...
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and hundreds of tourists were out at the Bedford home of one of the Founding Father's- getting a taste of 18-th century America... Stay with us...
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Boys-Girls-Club]


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Business is booming for a new chapter of the Boys and Girls Club.
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Organizers at the New River Valley location say enrollment in their summer program has tripled over the last two months. With some 120-kids, five days of the week are filled with activities and learning. The N-R-V Boys and Girls Club first opened it's doors in February with an after school program.
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((CHELSEA LINDSEY/CLUB MEMBER; PLAY GAMES AND LIKE IF YOU HAVE A SPORT YOUR GOING TO BE DOING OR TRYING OUT FOR THEY'LL HELP YOU WITH IT, THEN WE DO STUFF LIKE CRAFTS AND LEARNING SPANISH WE WATCH MOVIES.))
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Organizers are looking to expand and reach kids in Giles and Pulaski Counties. They say they're always looking for volunteers.
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[Poplar-Forest]


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Hundreds of Virginians spent this Fourth of July with the author of the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas Jefferson did not much mind the intrusion at his Bedford County home. He died on this date 175 years ago. Keith Humphry has the story.
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They fired a cannon- -at 10 minutes to one- -to mark the very moment Jefferson died in 1826.
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Regimental fife and drum re-enactors provided the cadence for a wreath- laying ceremony.
But it wasn't all solemn pageantry at Poplar Forest.
On the contrary. It was mostly a day of fun and games... such as this "game of graces," as 18th century children called it... sort of a forerunner of Frisbee.
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((IT TAKES SOME GETTING USED TO. WE DO IT ABOUT ONCE A YEAR. YOU'VE BEEN HERE BEFORE? LAST YEAR. THAT'S WHY WE'RE BACK.))
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It's a bit ironic that Jefferson built this getaway as a retreat, not as a place to entertain. But Signora Bella will tell you Jefferson appreciated good entertainers and MIGHT have hired her to put on a performance- -if not here, at Monticello, perhaps.
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((I WALK THE TIGHT ROPE, JUGGLE AND BALANCE. I HAVE NOT HAD A PERSONAL CONVERSATION WITH MR. JEFFERSON, SO I REALLY DO NOT KNOW.))
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She couldn't say whether Jefferson had first seen such a show in Europe, by chance.
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We might more likely associate Jefferson with the more refined drawing room performance of a minuet on harpsichord. He had such an instrument here, though HE played violin.
Visitors learned that though Jefferson came here seeking solitude, he was not idle.
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((BECAUSE THEY RAISED A BIG CASH CROP, WHEAT AND TOBACCO ON THIS PLANTATION.))
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Mostly- -on this 225th anniversary of our Independence, this was the perfect place to appreciate the man who wrote the document that proclaimed our freedom.
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The man who died on this date 175 years ago, a few hours before co-signer John Adams died, believing Jefferson had outlived him. [BOOM!] Keith Humphry, News 7.

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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Salem's John Lindsay hit his first homer as an Avalanche last night, a solo shot in the top of the ninth.
But the Lynchburg Hillcats hold on for the 9 to 6 win over the Avalanche.
Game 2 of the three game set is scheduled for Lynchburg tonight.


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Roger Clemens won his 8-th straight start yesterday as the Yankees beat Baltimore 4 to 3.
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The flags were flying high at Yankee Stadium this afternoon.
Clemens, here recording the strikeout, allowed 2 runs and five hits in six and a two thirds innings.
[SUPER=35-N.Y. Yankees/4/Baltimore/3/;]


Paul O'Neill provided the offense he hit this three run homer to right field and the Yankees hold on to beat Baltimore 4 to 3 for their seventh straight win.
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[S-Mets]


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At Shea, a fan holding a cutout of Sammy Sosa.
The Cubs would tie the game in the top of the second. Robert Machado hits this single to right field scoring Ricky Gutierrez to make it 1 to 1.
[SUPER=35-N.Y. Mets/2/Chicago/1/;]


Then in the bottom of the second pitcher Glendon Rusch with the suicide squeze bunt scores Jay Payton from third and the Mets hold on for the 2 to 1 win.
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Andre Agassi advances at Wimbledon, more later on Mornin'.[S-Tennis]


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Andre Agassi has moved into the Men's Semifinals at Wimbledon.
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Agassi's lady Steffi Graf checking the action as Nicolas Escude (ehs-koo-Day') gets a massage on his thigh before taking the court.
Agassi would drop the first set but rally to win the next three. He completed the match 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 and for the third straight year he will face Patrick Rafter in the Semis. Rafter won his match in straight sets.
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[TALENT=Roy]
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Goran Ivanisevic also advanced to the final four. The three time Wimbledon runner up beat Marat Safin in four sets.

The women's semi finals are set for today. Defending champion Venus Williams takes on 1999 winner Lindsay Vavenport and Jennifer Captiati continues her comeback story with a match against Justine Henin.



[S-Blues]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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On this Fourth of July no group is ready to declare its independence any more than the athletic department at Parry McCluer high school. After years of doing more with less, the folks in Buena Vista are about to be the envy of the entire Pioneer district.

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(( Throughout the decades, the Fighting Blues have gone toe to toe with foes from around the state and more often than not come out on top. Their successes came on what some politely call historic venues. But in truth Camden Field and the Blues gym on 24th street in Buena Vista have seen their better days. ((NELSON FOX:)) ((RON LOY:)) And outstanding might be an understatement when it comes to describing these athletic facilities. ((RON LOY:)) The folks at Parry McCluer know that this new complex will give the school a chance to host regional and possibly even state events in the future. The $12 and half million dollar school is also a testament to the grit and perseverance the people in this community possess. ((RON LOY:)) ((NELSON FOX:)) ((DANNY WILMER:)) No word on this time on any names for the facilities. Although Bob Williams Stadium sure has a nice ring to it. Mike Stevens News 7 sports.))




[S-Drakeford]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Anthony Drakeford has been a familiar site to football fans in Southwest Virginia for some time.
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He suited up first for Ferrum, then the Roanoke Rush and now he's number one for the Steam.
One of the older players on the squad, coach Steven Jerry says he brings stability to the team.
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When he's not practicing to make the big play, Anthony is working at Planned Parenthood as the coordinator for community education.
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The Steam's next game is in Florida against the Firecats Saturday night.

That's it for sports, have a great day everybody.[Close-ID]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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(Jean ad-libs toss to fireworks close..., 4th of July Fireworks from Victory Stadium 2001)



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