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Our lead story on NEWS 7 at SIX:

Trash... and how it's the talk of city council.
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Plus, the mother of a man shot by police last weekend wants answers. We'll hear her story.
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Tonight on News 7 sports, the new Express owners still aren't formally approved but they are hard at work. Fred McGriff says no to the Cubs.
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And the Avs will send an unbeaten pitcher to the hill tonight looking to stop a talented Kinston team.
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After a weekend filled with record low morning temperatures, we warm back up to reality. Weather details coming up.
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More questions tonight about recent changes in Roanoke's trash collection system.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


The city manager is asking for more time to make it work.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And I'm Keith Humphry.[City-Council]
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Two weeks after Roanoke implemented the changes, some Council members say they're wondering if this was the right decision.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Late this afternoon, City Manager Darlene Burcham defended the changes and said she's confident the situation is improving.
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Joe Dashiell is downtown tonight with more on the complaints and the City manager's assurances.
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((ROLLCUE:...she believes the program is back on track.))
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[Hudson]


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A 15-year-old boy charged with capital murder is free ... as he awaits a judge's ruling that could throw his case out before it ever goes to trial.
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Alexander Hudson was 14 when he was arrested for the robbery and murder of a Rocky Mount man.
Authorities say that on New Year's Eve, Hudson and two friends strangled 61-year-old Ralph English in his bed with a shoelace.
Hudson's attorney contends the boy has been held too long without trial.
The judge released him from jail to his parents' custody yesterday... just 8 hours past the speedy trial deadline.

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((CHRIS KOWALCZUK/HUDSON'S ATTORNEY: THE COMMONWEALTH HAS TO TRY MR. HUDSON WITHIN FIVE MONTHS OF HIS PRELIMINARY HEARING. FIVE MONTHS IS DEFINED BY THE COURT OF APPEALS AS 152 AND A FRACTION OF A DAY. AND THE DAY THAT MR. HUDSON WAS RELEASED WAS THE 153RD DAY.))
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If the judge determines that Hudson was held past the speedy trial deadline, he can NOT be prosecuted.
Prosecutor Cliff Hapgood maintains the boy IS being tried on time.
The judge will make his ruling Wednesday.
That's when the trial was scheduled to begin.
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[Clayborne]


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A Danville man has escaped the death penalty by pleading guilty in a Pittsylvania County murder case.
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20- year- old Sean Clayborne pled guilty last week to first degree murder in a plea agreement with the Commonwealth's Attorney.
Clayborne was charged with capital murder in the shooting death of Antoine Lamont Jones last July.
Jones was shot ten times including twice in the back of the head.
Clayborne faces life in prison when a judge sentences him on August 20th.
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[Norman]


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In Henry County, a grand jury has indicted a woman accused of killing her four year old son.
Brenda Donielle Norman is charged with second degree murder for the death of Stephen Kelly.
At a preliminary hearing last month, the emergency room doctor testified Norman stated "I killed my son."
The medical examiner also testified the boy died of blunt force injuries all over his body.
If convicted, Norman faces five to forty years in prison.
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[Police-Shooting]


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The mother of a man shot by a police officer over the weekend is asking why a weapon was used. The shooting followed a traffic stop in Montgomery County early Saturday morning.
Roanoke County officer Riley Meader (Med-dor) shot 40 year old Eric Hall along route 460. New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon has the story.
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((FRIEDA HALL/SON WAS SHOT; THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP, AND IT TURNED OUT WITH MY SON WITH THREE HOLES IN HIM A BROKEN ARM AND YES I THINK IT WAS EXCESSIVE FORCE.))
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Frieda Hall doesn't deny her 40-year old son Eric can be aggressive. But after talking to him from his hospital bed, she believes Officer Meader was the aggressor last Saturday.
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((MR. MEADOR HAD A FLASHLIGHT A BILLY STICK AND A GUN MY SON HAD NOTHING BUT HIS FISTS, BUT HE MIGHT HAVE MADE HIM MAD, MY SON IS A FIGHTER I'LL SAY THAT.))
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She says Hall, a truck driver, wanted to talk about why he was pulled over for suspicion of drunken driving. But instead of talking, according to Eric Hall, the officer used pepper spray and hit him behind the knees.
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((FRIEDA HALL/SON WAS SHOT; HE SAW THE OFFICER WITH HIS HAND UP WITH THE FLASHLIGHT AND YOU CAN DRAW YOU OWN CONCLUSIONS ON WHAT HE WAS GOING TO DO BUT HE DIDN'T GET THERE BECAUSE ERIC GRABBED HIS ARM AND (NOISE)))
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According to Eric Hall, gunshots quickly followed. Freida Hall says her son had been drinking that night...but wasn't drunk. She says he may have made the officer mad...but shooting him wasn't necessary. [Nats scene quick] State Police are investigating, but today they will only say they're preparing a case to present to the Commonwealth's Attorney. Roanoke County Police Ray Lavinder says he is awaiting those results and that Officer Riley Meador is on administrative leave with pay. Rachel Cannon, News 7.))
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Lavinder says officer Meador has no previous indidents on his record, but he cannot comment further at this time.
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His father was elected .. now he wants the same. Still ahead, another (GEESE-ler) Geisler makes a run for Richmond.
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And meet Bill Redpath. He's checking out the governor's mansion, as the first Libertarian party candidate to make the ballot.
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A Carroll County attorney is trying to create a legacy in Richmond.
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Today Brett Geisler (Geese-ler) said he will seek the Republican nomination for the 10th District House of Delegates.

He says redistricting has created a 10th District of residents with common goals in Patrick, Henry and Carroll Counties. Gesiler says he supports second amendment rights, economic development and public education.
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((BRETT GEISLER/(R) 10TH DISTRICT HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE; WE REALLY NEED TO SUPPORT OUR TEACHERS THERE THE GATEKEEPERS OF OUR FUTURE WE NEED TO AND GET THEM SOME MONEY SO THEY CAN DO THEIR JOB.))
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Geisler's father Jerry served in the General Assembly. On the Democratic ticket for the 10th District is five-time Democrat Ward Armstrong.
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[Libertarians]


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Mark, Mark, and Bill will all be on the ballot this fall for governor.
You know who the Marks are.
Bill is Bill Redpath, the Libertarian candidate.
He and lieutenant governor candidate Gary Reams are the first Libertarians to ever make it onto the state ballot-- and the first minor party candidates to petition their way onto the ballot in 23 years.
Richmond Bureau Chief Ellen Qualls has more.
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(( The Democrat and the Republican are likely to spend in the neighborhood of 30 million dollars winning your vote this year.
The Libertarian for governor expects to spend 25 to 50 thousand dollars.
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((BILL REDPATH/L-CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: WELL, I'M LIKELY TO END UP THIRD... hahaha))
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Bill Redpath is a financial analyst who lives in Fairfax County.
He's been a Libertarian for 17 years.
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((BILL REDPATH/L-CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: WE DON'T HAVE HORNS GROWING OUT OF OUR HEADS AND WE'RE NOT REALLY THAT UNUSUAL.))
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So what exactly does a Virginia Libertarian want to change in Richmond?
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((BILL REDPATH/L-CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: MY THEME IS ANYTHING THAT'S PEACEFUL. WHICH MEANS THAT ANYTHING THAT'S PEACEFUL OUGHT NOT TO BE ILLEGAL. AND I JUST DON'T THINK REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS THINK THAT WAY. DEMOCRATS TEND TO WANT TO CONTROL PEOPLE'S ECONOMIC LIVES. REPUBLICANS TEND TO WANT TO CONTROL PEOPLE'S SOCIAL LIVES.))
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Mostly, Redpath change how we're represented.
He would elect the state senate, NOT based on geography like the House, but letting voters pick their top candidates from anywhere based on how they stand on issues.
Those with the most votes would have the most power.
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((BILL REDPATH/L-CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: IT WOULD GIVE PEOPLE MUCH MORE CHOICE AT THE POLLS TO ACTUALLY FIND A CANDIDATE THAT ACTUALLY REPRESENTS THEIR VIEWS INSTEAD OF SETTLING FOR THE LESSER OF TWO ELECTABLE EVILS IN A SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICT.))
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The very seriouis Redpath and Gary Reams, the lieutenant governor candidate, make a bit of an odd ticket.
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((GARY REAMS/L-CANDIDATE FOR LT. GOVERNOR: I'M TURNING THE RACE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR INTO A REFERENDUM. THAT REFERENDUM IS ON REFORMING MARIJUANA LAWS. :56 THAT REFERENDUM IS ON ENDING MARIJUANA PROHIBITION. AND THAT'S WHY THIS CAMPAIGN THAT IS LAUNCHED TODAY IS CALLED THE REAMS "REEFERENDUM." :02))
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((BILL REDPATH/L-CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: I'M RUNNING MY CAMPAIGN THE WAY I SEE FIT AND GARY'S RUNNING HIS CAMPAIGN THE WAY HE SEES FIT. BUT I CERTAINLY SUPPORT HIM ON THE ISSUE AND I URGE PEOPLE TO VOTE FOR HIM BECAUSE I THINK HE'S CORRECT ON THAT ISSUE.))
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If either candidate can manage ten percent, Libertarians have an automatic spot on the next ballot.
And that, Bill Redpath says, is how change slowly comes to Virginia.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))


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Sellers ruled the day on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The Dow fell 67 points. NASDAQ sank 56.
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An Arkansas man is charged with the rape and abduction of a West Virginia Woman Sunday on Interstate 81 in Wythe County.
33-year-old Gerald Darnell Green allegedly picked up the victim and her boyfriend as they hitchiked to Arkansas.

Green reportedly dropped the woman's boyfriend off after telling him he needed him to change a tire, then raped the woman who was sleeping in the truck's sleeper compartment.
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Consider it a giant- sized suggestion box for the city of Lynchburg.
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Over the next four nights, residents with a comment, complaint or suggestion are urged to turn out for public hearings on Lynchburg's comprehensive plan.
Organizers want to hear what people think about city needs like housing, transportation and recreation over the next twenty years.
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((JUDY WIEGAND/STRATEGIC PLANNER: WE'RE ASKING PEOPLE TO COME BECAUSE WE'RE GOING TO ASK THEM TO SHARE WHAT THEY WOULD LIKE TO SEE IN LYNCHBURG AND WHAT THEY'D LIKE TO CHANGE, IN GENERAL WHAT THEY'D LIKE THEIR FUTURE TO BE. TWO DIFFERENT WAYS, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A SURVEY WHICH IS A SERIES OF SLIDES THAT WE ASK PEOPLE TO RATE AND THEY TELL US WHAT THEY THINK OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF DEVELOPMENT.))
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Lynchburg's comprehensive plan was last overhauled in 1984.
The first meeting is tonight at 6:30 at First Presbyterian Church on V-E-S Road.
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[Art-Center]


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Local artists hope to soon have a new space in which to create and exhibit their work.
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The Art Project is teaming up with ArtSpace, a non-profit real estate development company, to assess the development potential of several downtown Roanoke buildings. Under consideration are the Cotton Mill, the Hieronymous building and the Grand Piano building. The goal is to turn one of the buildings into a place where artists of all kinds can live, work and exhibit their creations while inspiring one another.
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The Art Project will present the idea to the City of Roanoke tomorrow in hopes of garnering financial support,. The feasability study is expected to take about 6-months.
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Coming up tonight on the Big 7 - the Avs look to keep the visitors from breaking out the brooms tonight. Fred McGriff proves that winning isn't everything.
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And the Roanoke Express's new owners have some work to do to patch things in the area. Steve Mason has that story in just a moment.
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The Salem Avalanche is hoping to avoid being swept by Kinston, yet again.
The Avalanche dropped four games on the road to the Indians earlier this month.
Kinston is in Salem for a three game series. And the Indians won both Saturday and last night.
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Ryan Kibler is putting his undefeated record on the line when he takes to the mound tonight for Salem.
Kibler has a 1.71 ERA and is six and oh in nine starts for the Avalanche.
Salem has lost nine straight to Kinston, the Southern Division leaders.
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Also tonight, Major Leaguer Rick Ankiel continues his comeback in the Appalachian League as he takes the hill in Danville for the Johnson City Cardinals. Ankiel has made five starts for the Cards and pitched a total of 28 innings. His earned run average is just zero point 64. He has 53 strikeouts and he has walked only 8 batters.
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The Appy league also play in Pulaski tonight as Martinsville takes on the Rangers at Calfee Field.

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The proposed trade between the Chicago Cubs and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays involving veteran first baseball Fred McGriff was called off today by the crime dog.
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The trade seemed like given when it was proposed since McGriff would be leaving the worst team in baseball, the D-rays, for the first place team in the National League's Central division, the Cubs. But McGriff has a no-trade clause in his contract and he told the Cubs today that he's staying put in Tampa, which also happens to be his hometown.
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[S-Express]


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The ECHL team owners are expected to approve the sale of the Express although ECHL officials told us this afternoon that right now no timetable is in place for that vote. Steve Mason say once approved, the new ownership group will be starting fresh and immediately trying to heal some old wounds.
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((The ride the old Express owners took when they purchased the Express started out smooth but was rocky over the last two seasons. One reason, poor management. But fans were concerned that the owners were rarely seen at games and, aside from Mark Fackrell were not visible in the hockey community. ((:))
On the ice, the players were focussed on their job of reaching the playoffs each and every year of the team's existence, but some off ice problems that they say can be traced back to the owners did have an affect on moral. ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((:))
Perry Florio is quickly developing a reputation around the league as an effective recruiter. He has also worked hard in the last few days securing a contract for himself. ((:)) Florio should get the players, but he cannot make two thousand more fans come out or bring back the corporate businesse

s that left a few years ago. But the Express booster club says give the new owners a chance.))[S-Tour]


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American Lance Armstrong is 23 over all after the ninth stage of the Tour de France.
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Russian rider Sergei Ivanov won the 114-point-89 mile stage in three hours, 57 minutes and 48 seconds.
Two-time defending champion Lance Armstrong was 32nd, finishing 24 seconds behind Ivanov.
Australia's Stuart O'Grady retained the overall leader's yellow jersey.
Five grueling mountain stages through the Alps and Pyrenees are coming up over the next six days.
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