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Coming up next on News 7 at 5, a jury decides if a teenager is guilty of murdering a Franklin County man.
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Also the man who embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from local charities finds out if he is heading to prison.
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Clouds will be slow to clear bit it looks like a fairly sunny, pleasant Saturday. Details coming up.

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Also today, Microsoft sends a scare through the stock market,
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and we'll meet two couples as they try to slide into the world of matrimony.
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(( I THINK YOU HEARD EVERYTHING THEY SAID IN THAT COURTROOM AND IF YOU PRINT IT YOU'LL DO SOMETHING YOU HAVEN'T DONE BEFORE.))
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A bookkeeper who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from local charities apologizes but still disputes the government's case.
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.




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Prison and restitution. That's the sentence imposed today on Christiansburg bookeeper, Rick Poff.
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Prosecutors say Poff stole approximately 750- thousand dollars mainly from charities in the New River Valley. In court-- Poff said he was sorry but contends the amount he took was actually much less. But in sentencing Poff, a judge ordered him to spend 30- months in prison and to pay back the entire amount.
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Poff was NOT immediately taken into custody. He will report to prison in 30- days.
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A 15-year old was charged with capital murder.. but today he was found guilty of robbery in Franklin County.
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The jury deliberated for more than eight hours on the fate of Alexander Hudson. Hudson was charged with robbing and killing of 61-year old Ralph English from Rocky Mount. The defense contended Hudson was only a "lookout" while his cousin and friend strangled English with a shoe lace on New Years Eve. Both sides say they are pleased with the verdict.
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((CHRIS KOWULCZUK/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: MY CLIENT IS THRILLED THAT HE DID NOT GET CONVICTED OF CAPITAL MURDER OR MURDER AND I THINK THE JURY DELIBERATED VERY LONG AND VERY THOUGHTFULLY ABOUT IT.))
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Hudson was taken to the Franklin County jail until his sentencing on October 5th. He faces five years to life in prison. Defense Attorneys say they plan to appeal the verdict.
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Violence on the first day of the G-8 Summit.. overshadowed the meetings.
Gretchen Carlson has more from Genoa Italy.
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((The streets were like a war zone as the G-8 summit convened in Genoa. 8 world leaders met inside a peaceful palace - but outside just a few blocks away As many as 100-thousand of them -- who want the leaders of the worlds richest countries to consider the poor - are taking on 20-thousand police. The only thing separating enemy lines -- a 6-mile stretch of steel fence -- put up by police to keep the protesters a safe distance from the summit site. But by the middle of the day the confrontation gets out of control. Demonstrators throw rocks, break windows, and start small fires. Police retaliate by firing tear gas into the crowds and after several hours of fighting one young man is dead. There are still conflicting reports about how he died. Hours later, the fighting still raged.
Gretchen Carlson Reporting - Genoa, Italy As the protesters try to break through the line the red zone the safety zone the main concern for police is to keep the Pilazza Ducale safe. This building behind me here is where the world leaders are meeting for the next few days. The 8 world leaders announced they had reached an agreement to donate more than a billion dollars to the Aids Global Fund ... but their significant declaration was overshadowed by the violence outside. On day one of a 3-day meeting scores of demonstrators and police are already injured one person is dead and an entire city is under siege. Gretchen Carlson, CBS News, Genoa, Italy.))



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Hurricanes are a force of mother nature... not to be messed with... unless you are South Florida businessmen.
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The South Florida company called Dyn-O-Gel is developing a powder it says could eventually weaken a hurricane-
The latest test was conducted yesterday off the coast of Jupiter- an airplane dropped nine thousand pounds of small granules on a rain cloud.
The granule absorbs clouds moisture then falls to the ocean like a gel.
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Radar confirmed the thunderstorm cloud lost moisture. Next testing.. on a tropical depression.
The company hopes to get government funding.
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The government research chief says he's skeptical the powder could be strong enough to reduce a hurricane's strengh by more than a few miles an hour.

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Authorities in Pittsylvania County look for a killer following an overnight shooting. We'll have the details.
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Also a long time fugitive from the law is back in America to face murder charges from 1977.
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Authorities continue to investigate a shooting that killed a Pittsylvania County man overnight.
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The Sheriff's Department responded to this home on Rockford School Road just before one A-M.
Witnesses say a dark colored small vehicle pulled up to the residence and two people got out, began shooting, then got back in and kept firing.
Deputies say one of the shots struck 22 year old Marcus Dawson when he stepped out of the house.
So far, no motive is known and no one is charged.
The body will be sent to Roanoke for an autopsy.
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Ira Einhorn ended his 20-year flight from justice today-
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arriving in Philadelphia.
The 61 year old landed in the U-S just hours after he was taken into custody at his home in France.
Shackled and wearing a bullet proof vest, he was placed in a waiting U-S Marshal Sedan- and then tranferred to state prison.
He will be tried for the 1977 death of his live in girlfriend, Holly Maddux.
Maddux's mummified body was found stuffed in a trunk in their apartment 18 months after Einhorn said she went to the store and never returned.
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In Health Check tonight,
Governor Jim Gilmore has recognized this year as the International year of volunteers.
And one organization says it could not have survived without the hundreds of volunteers in Virginia.
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Tonight, Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton introduces us to some volunteer who are on a mission to save lives.
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Jean, Both of these volunteers have heartfelt stories about organ donation.
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They are using their experience to help LifeNet...an organization responsible for making organ transplants possible in Virginia.
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Linda Severn has a different story. She was an organ recipient. She received the kidney of a 19 year old boy. But she also has felt the need to get involved.
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LifeNet says because of volunteers like these two --last year it was able to spread its message of organ donation to more than 10-thousand people in Western, Virginia.
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((THE WAITING LIST GROWS WHILE THE AMOUNT OF DONORS STAYS STATIC IT'S BEEN THE SAME FOR ABOUT THE PAST 10 YEARS. AND GENERALLY IN THE INDUSTRY WE BELIEVE THAT THE ONLY WAY WE'RE GOING TO CHANGE THAT ORGAN DONOR SHORTAGE IS BY RECRUITING MORE ORGAN DONORS AND THEY ONLY WAY THAT WE CAN REACH A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE IS THROUGH VOLUNTEERS)) [RUNS16]
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On Saturday, LifeNet will have some of its volunteers at the Salem Avalanche game. There will be a booth set-up where you can get more information about organ donation and find about local transplant support groups.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll meet an author who will tell you how you can follow in the footsteps of one of the Civil War's most famous figures.
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Civil War buffs and American History enthusiasts alike may be very interested in a new book about Robert E Lee.
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Jacey Birch is at the Ram's Head Bookshop where author and civil war re-enactor... Clint Johnson is holding a book signing for his latest release.
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Coming up in Sports, we'll have NASCAR qualifying results from New Hampshire,
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[VO] But first, we'll see what some people will resort to, to make a splash on the town.
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The stock markets lost ground as a profit warning from Microsoft heightened investors' fears that an economic turnaround won't happen soon.
Alexis Christoforous explains in today's Marketwatch report.
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Was it James Bond or someone about to become engaged who first said "Diamonds are forever?"
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Either way...if you are shopping for a diamond engagement ring, there is a place on the internet that can help with the selection process.
The site "a diamond is forever dot com" helps you design your own ring from the shape and style of the stone to type of band.
It even has suggestions for romantic proposals.
You can find evertyhing pertaining to engagements here, except of course for cubic zirconians.
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You can find the diamond designing page through a link to our site at WDBJ-7-dot-com.

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Of course what good would a spectacular engagement ring be without a splashy wedding?
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Two couples in Missouri took the plunge yesterday in a big way.
They were the winners of a contest that let them get married on the Big Kahuna water slide at a Six Flags park.
Both of the winning couples are in their 20's. After they were pronounced man and wife, things started going downhill.
They did at least wait until they were out of the water to exchange their rings.
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Meanwhile 12 daring souls in Kansas City took a different kind of plunge.
They competed in an annual belly flop contest for a Missouri radio station.
Each contestant had to weigh at LEAST 260 pounds. The heaviest tipped the scale at 485 pounds.
Many of the contestants wore outfits directing humor to their large sizes and had a lot of fun with the crowd. No word yet on who the winner is but they all made quite a splash.
The winner received 500 dollars and his weight in Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
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Welcome folks to the end of the work week ticker.
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We begin with Cup qualifying from Loudon, New Hampshire. Jeff Gordon won the pole for Sunday's New England 300, but the story was Kyle Petty.
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Kyle's son Adam died here last May, and Kyle hadn't been back to the track to race since. He thought about skipping this weekend's race, as well, but instead he's racing in an all-black Dodge with the words "Adam Petty - Forever in our Hearts" on the side. Kyle qualified 26th. Here's the entire starting grid.
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Roanoke Steam head Coach Steven Jerry will be returning to his coaching roots when his team heads to Norfolk for the last game of the season tonight at 7:30.
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Coach Jerry spent last season as the Nighthawks' offensive coordinator.
After Norfolk's 10 and six, 2000 season, Jerry served as the running backs coach at William and Mary.
He says he's looking forward to showing Norfolk Ken Easley Junior how far he's come.
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Norfolk has had an inconsistent season and is six and nine heading into the meeting with Roanoke.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six, we'll get you up to speed on the Commonwealth Games' big weekend. The opening ceremonies are tonight at 8.
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Plus, Steve Mason will have another report from the Falcons' camp in Greenville, South Carolina. Take care everyone and have a safe weekend. [go to break]

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No matter if you call him Puff Daddy, P-Diddy or just Sean Combs, you can't argue it has been a rough year for the musician.
Rebecca Rankin has more.
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((SEAN P-DIDDY COMBS HAS HAD QUITE A YEAR.....A CONTROVERSIAL TRIAL, A BIG BREAKUP AND A NEW ALBUM...WE RECENTLY CAUGHT UP WITH HIM FOR A VERY UPFRONT AND PERSONAL CONVERSATION..............

S/U not guilty
P-Diddy bite when I look back at it it ain't that bad....I was found not guilty...everybody knows the truth...//.I had a relationship that I broke up with somebody.//...and we still friends so that's positive....and I got a new album out that's positive"
WITH "P-DIDDY AND THE BAD BOY FAMILY THE SAGA CONTINUES...6COMBS PUTS THE PAST BEHIND HIM and focuses back on his music and his career....A VERY POSITIVE change FOR COMBS...AFTER SUCH A NEGATIVE EXPERIENCE
P-Diddy bite I mean when I was going thru the trial I don't think anybody was talkin about my music//they was so engulfed with the drama, the melodrama $7 6that was going on in my life"...nobody could imagine that happening to them, just being in a nightclub...then the next year and half of your life being turned upside down so you can be mad about it and look at it in a negative way or you can just move on from it make light of it and make a record......
S/U "It's official, I survived what I been thru, ya'll got drama...the saga continues"

COMBS ADMITS THAT THE NEGATIVE PUBLICITY DURING THE TRIAL REALLY GOT TO HIM
P-Diddy bite it's not something that the controversy helped me//it was a situation that was embarrassing, a situation that I wish didn't happen....and a situation that I wish my name wasn't attached to"
S/U "NOT GUILTY....COME ON"
NOW WITH THE TRIAL BEHIND HIM....A SUCCESSFUL NEW ALBUM...AND A FRESH START...COMBS WANTS THE WORLD TO KNOW IT'S ALL ABOUT KEEPING POSITIVE AND HAVING FUN
P-Diddy bite this is an album if you're just tired of hearing about all the Puffy stuff and you just ready to have a good time and party and just get back to music."It's P-Diddy and The Bad Boy Family The Saga Continues"

REBECCA TAG PUFFY TOLD US THAT HE MAY DO A TEN CITY TOUR OF MAJOR U-S CITIES DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON AND THEN MAYBE AROUND FEBRUARY OF NEXT YEAR START HITTING THE ROAD FOR A STADIUM TOUR. IN NEW YORK, I'M VH1'S REBECCA RANKIN.))
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