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Today on News 7 at 5, Ronald Gay is sentenced for murdering one person and injuring several others during a shooting spree inside a Roanoke night club.
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Also local authorities say they have stopped a major supplier of illegal amphetamines. [Weather-Head]
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A dry weekend will lead to a few showers and thunderstorms over the next several days...I'll have the details

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Today in Sports, we'll have an update on Virginia Tech's number one quarterback as he prepares for knee surgery,
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and we'll tell you why basketball player Patrick Ewing had to testify today in a trial for owners of an Atlanta strip club.
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((D.J. OAKES/SHERIFF: WE HAVE SINCE SECURED THE HOME. AND WE HAVE A TEAM COMING IN FROM THE DEA TO IDENTIFY THE CHEMCIALS THAT ARE THERE. ))
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Authorities make a major drug bust in Halifax County.
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Good evening,





[5-Meth-Lab]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A major METH producer is out of business... that according to the Halifax County Sheriff's Department.
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South Boston police arrested Thomas Cole Jr. Sunday after officers spotted two suspicious vehicles on the side of Dan River Church Road.
In one car, police discovered weapons and ingredients used to make methamphetamines.
The Regional drug task force had been investigating Cole for more than five years.
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[IN Q=Subquent to that]

((D.J. OAKES/HALIFAX CO. SHERIFF: SUBSQUENT TO THAT, MAJOR PELLHAM AND OTHER OFFICERS WENT TO THE RESIDENCE ON THE MOUNTAIN ROAD AND WERE ABLE TO DETERMINE THAT MR. COLE HAD A METHAMPHETMAINE LAB OF SORTS ON THE PREMISES.))
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Cole is charged with two counts of distribution of meth and one count of possessing a firearm.
More charges are expected and he could still face federal prosecution.
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[5-Gay]


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The shots fired in a Roanoke gay bar last September have ensured the gunman a life behind bars.
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Ronald Gay was sentenced today to four consecutive LIFE terms in prison. A clinical psychologist testified that Gay is mentally ill, but knows he committed a crime. Last September- -after asking around town for the nearest Gay Bar- -Ronald Gay went into the Back Street Cafe. He shot seven people, one of them fatally.
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((THE ACTION TOWARD A TOTAL STRANGER WAS AS MUCH ANGER TOWARD GAYS AS ANGER TOWARD THE WORLD AND FEELINGS THAT THINGS WERE NOT RIGHT.))
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It was left for the professionals to try to sort out WHY Ronald Gay did what he did. Gay himself told the judge it would take too long to explain it.
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The judge fashioned the four consecutive life prison terms as a message to the parole board that Gay should never get out.
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[5-Gold-Club]


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A different type of trial.. in a different Court.
In this case, N-B-A player Patrick Ewing testified that he received sexual favors while visiting an Atlanta club.

Ewing is testifying in the Governments case against the "Gold Club."
As Terisa Estacio reports, club management is accused not only of cheating customers, but funneling money to the mob.
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(( Pro basketball star Patrick Ewing is accustomed to taking center court , However, on Monday , the athlete found himself in unfamiliar territory. Ewing took the witness stand in the U.S. government's trial against the Gold Club; a popular Atlanta strip bar. The owner and others are charged with cheating customers and funneling cash to crime figures, while luring star athletes with sex. Ewing testified on two occasions he was taken to a private room at the club. There dancers performed oral sex on him. Ewing says he never paid for the sex- and he was told "it had been taken care of." Bruce Morris/Attorney for Gold Club manager. I think the prosecution called this witness to embarrass him. Defense attorneys for the club's owner and manager attacked the prosecution for putting the NBA player on the stand. .

Steve Sadow/Attorney for Gold Club Owner: I think is a shame that Mr. Ewing has to come in here and talk about his personal life. It doesn't amount to anything but a personal attack and it's nobodies business but his. While on the stand, Ewing said he visited the club around ten times in total and that former team members of the Knicks had also attended. Standup:... In addition, professional football stars Terrell Davis and Jamal Anderson are scheduled to testify.))

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Alcoholism plagues thousands of Americans. For athletes who are in the media spot light battling the disease can be tough. But one former Virginia Tech football player is recovering from alcoholism with a canvas and a paint brush. Kate Weidaw has the story.
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(([vids of Radford football] He had a life many young men only dream of having.
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Tommy Edwards was an All American football star at Radford High School. He went on to become a tail back for Virginia Tech and broke a scoring record his freshman year. But all those triumphs didn't bring him happiness.

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((TOMMY EDWARDS: WHEN I WAS AT TECH I BECAME SUICIDAL AND WAS JUST EXTREMELY DOWN.))
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((TOMMY EDWARDS: I SPENT THE MAJORITY OF MY WAKING HOURS EITHER AT THE BAR OR ASLEEP LOCKED IN MY BEDROOM.))
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Alcohol was taking over his life. Behind the lights, cameras, and screaming fans on the football field his coaches tried to mask his depression and drinking problem.

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((TOMMY EDWARDS: THE COACHING STAFF WAS SENDING ME TO DOCTORS AND THOSE DOCTORS WITHOUT EVEN ASKING ANY QUESTIONS WOULD PRESCRIBE ME ANTIDEPRESSANTS AND SLEEPING PILLS AND THAT IN ITSELF ABOUT DID ME IN.))
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The only answer Edwards saw to escape his problems was to leave college and his fledging football career.

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((TOMMY EDWARDS: EVERY TIME I TURNED AROUND PEOPLE TOLD ME MY DECISIONS WERE WRONG AND THAT I WAS A FOUL FOR GIVING UP THE CHANCE TO MAKE MILLIONS.))
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[ground shot of him with camera turning toward painting] He turned to Alcoholics Anonymous but after two years he felt he needed a different kind of therapy.

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((TOMMY EDWARDS: I ALWAYS HAD TROUBLE COMMUNICATING WITH PEOPLE AND REALLY TRYING TO GET MY VOICE OUT SO I DREW AND PAINTED.))
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The colors and images that went onto the canvas helped him during times of insomnia.

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((TOMMY EDWARDS: IN THE PERIODS OF TIME WHEN I FELT SO DISCOMBOBULATED AND DISJOINTED I FELT LIKE I WAS GOING TO PULL MY HAIR OUT I'D GRAB A PAINT BRUSH AND PAINT ON A CANVAS AND GO AT IT.))
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While expressing his feelings through art helped him start a sober life...
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((TOMMY EDWARDS: THE TREE HERE REPRESENTS THE HUMAN SOUL.))
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he now sees a brighter future off the football field knowing every day he is recovering from a disease that almost took his life. Kate Weidaw News7 Floyd.))

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Tommy Edwards' art work is on display and up for sale at the Presidio Art Gallery in Floyd through August 12-th.

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An explosion in an illegal coal mine claims the lives of 16 people. We'll have the details after the break.
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[VO] Also don't believe everything you hear.. Former Beatle George Harrison says fans should not believe reports that he's near death.
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[5-China-Mine]


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An explosion kills at least 16 coal miners in China-
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it happened at a mine that illegally re-opened after being closed for safety reasons-
some miners were rescued... 13 actually pulled out of the mine.
But Chinese news agencies are reporting that 16 are dead, and another 77 are missing.
Rescuers are working .... trying to dig them out.
Authorities closed the mine June 15th because it lacked all necessary safety facilities.
It's believed police have detained the mine owner.
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Former Beatle George Harrison is denying reports that he's near death.
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He issued a statement today saying he is active and feeling very well.
Over the weekend, a British newspaper quoted former Beatles producer George Martin as saying Harrison was losing his battle with cancer and was expected to die soon.
But Martin's manager denies the producer made the remarks or even gave the paper an interview.
In today's statement, Harrison and his wife say they are ''disappointed and disgusted'' by the reports.
Harrison was treated last month at a Swiss clinic -- reportedly for his third bout with cancer.
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President Bush met with the Pope today...
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While there was no formal discussion about the use of human embryos for stem cell research... the Pontiff did not miss the opportunity to make his position clear.
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((POPE JOHN PAUL: A FREE AND VIRTUOUS SOCIETY WHICH AMERICA ASPIRES TO BE, MUST RESIST PRACTICES THAT DEVALUE AND VIOLATE HUMAN LIFE.))
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While the Catholic church is strongly opposed to the use of human embryos for medical research, President Bush has not yet made up his mind whether to approve federal money to fund studies.
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((I DO CARE ABOUT THE OPINIONS OF PEOPLE ESPECIALLY PEOPLE LIKE THE HOLY FATHER.))
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One issue the President and the Pope agree on is abortion... Both are against it.

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After years of talking, planning and hoping, a Lynchburg entrepreneur says he's nearly ready to launch a major renovation along the city's riverfront.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( Hal Craddock likes being first.
Five years ago, Craddock took a chance on converting an old brewery into office space along the Lynchburg riverfront.. today it's packed with tenants and looking to expand.
Now Craddock has his sights set on two old warehouses across the street.
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((THE BUILDING ON TOP OF THE HILL IS WHERE WE'LL HAVE THE 29- ROOM HOTEL.))
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The buildings will form the basis of the Bluffwalk Center.. a nine million dollar project that calls for a conference center, restaurants and microbrewery.
What's now a weed-choked driveway strewn with debris will be the entrance to the city's first luxury hotel.
When it's completed, Craddock figures the Bluffwalk will become the centerpiece of a revitalized riverfront.
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((CRADDOCK: SWE ARE BEGINNING TO BUILD QUALITY THINGS DOWNTOWN.. THE RESTAURANTS THAT ARE OPENING UP, I JUST THINK IT'S A DIFFERENT ATMOSPHERE. I'M GETTING A LOT MORE INQUIRIES FROM DEVELOPERS WHO REALLY WANT TO DO THINGS IN LYNCHBURG.))


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Craddock already has about 21 believers of his own who are anteing up at least 75- thousand apiece to get the project started.
With another four million in federal grants and loans headed his way, Craddock says it's time to start moving.
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((CRADDOCK: AND LIKE I SAID,W EHAVE THE MONEY WE NEED, WE WANT TO SELL THE REST OF THE INVESTMENTS, SO ALL OF YOU PEOPLE OUT THERE THAT HAVE BEEN WAITING, IT'S TIME TO JUMP ON BOARD. BUT IT'S REALLY LOOKING GREAT.))
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Once the financing is complete, work on the Bluffwalk project should get underway this fall.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))


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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will show us what's old at a new store in Downtown Roanoke.
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With restaurants and businesses sprinkled all over downtown Roanoke... you may not have noticed the brand new shop on a side street ... off of Elm Avenue.
Jacey Birch takes us to a brand new business... hoping to stretch the shopping district just a little.
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((I SAW SOMETHING ELSE I WAS VERY INTERESTED IN TOO.))
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Violet Hall spends an afternoon shopping in downtown Roanoke... but you won't find this store near the Market Square.
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((I'M EXCITED ABOUT IT, I JUST HOPE WE CAN GET IT TO GROW HERE. I LOVE THIS DISTRICT, I LOVE THE HISTORICAL DISTRICT AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING WITH THE OLD HOUSES AND HOW THEY'RE FIXING THIS WHOLE AREA UP.))
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Mary Furrow is referring to the brand new shop, JD's Gifts and Antiques... she and her cousin... Jessie Derey just opened up together.
The store is located on the corner of Marshall and Fifth street.
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((WE FELT THAT THERE WOULD BE A MARKET FOR US HERE BECAUSE OF CENTER IN THE SQUARE AND ALSO THE JEFFERSON CENTER.))
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These two cousins share a love for antiques, so they decided to open their store in an area they hope is on the way to future growth.
But location isn't the only unique feature of this store.
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((THIS IS A FOX FUR COAT THAT WE GOT FROM AN ESTATE.))
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((I HAPPENED TO JUST BUY THESE FROM A GUY WHO CAME BUY WHO TOOK THEM OUT OF HIS MOM'S ATTIC.))
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((THIS STORE IS FILLED WITH ANTIQUES JUST LIKE THESE COKE BOTTLES HERE, THESE COLLECTIBLE DOLLS AND EVEN COOKIE CUTTERS, BUT MARY AND JESSIE BOTH SAY THERE ARE PLENTY OF NEW PIECES TOO.))
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((I'VE HAD ANTIQUES FOR YEARS IN MY HOME SO I ENJOY LOOKING FOR THOSE AND I ALSO ENJOY LOOKING FOR NEW, UNIQUE GIFTS.))

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Apparently so do the shoppers.
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((I'M REALLY, REALLY GRATEFUL THAT I FOUND THIS TODAY AND IT'S KIND OF LIKE BEING A KID IN A CANDY STORE.))
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If you decide to stop in -- don't forget to ask the ladies questions... they've hand- picked each piece and say they know all the history.
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Jacey Birch, News 7, Roanoke.))[Stats] [07/23/2001] [CK/ESS]FIVE BACKGROUND
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Coming up in Sports, we'll see how the Winston Cup points race is shaping up after yesterday's NASCAR race at New Hampshire,
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[VO] and then a little later, we'll see where young mystery lovers can find some fun on the internet.
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More second quarter earnings reports are scaring off investors on Wall Street.
If more bad numbers come in, it could mean a less than promising THIRD quarter.
Alexis Christoforous reports.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Monday ticker as many of you out there begin yet another brand new work week.
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We begin with the boys of summer who are hard and work on the diamond this afternoon playing American league matinees
in both Baltimore and Minnesota.
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First to Baltimore where the Bird was breathing clean air again after the Camden Yards train derailment polluted his nest. The Angels were the guests of the Orioles and they certainly made themselves at home as Troy Glaus hits a towering bases loaded double into the right field corner. Three runs come home and the Angels get an easy win beating Baltimore 9-to-4.
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It was a gorgeous day in the Twin Cities. Too bad they play baseball inside. This guy can play it anywhere - Ichiro get the eventual game winning hit in Seattle's 3-to-2 win over the Twins as he bounces one up the middle and plates Carlos Guillen in the 5th. The Twins did keep it close though. Watch the play in center field as Tory Hunter chases down Bret Boone's blast to the wall and makes the grab for the out. The M's win it 3-to-2.
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On the Virginia Tech football scene, quarterback Grant Noel is in surgery at this hour.
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Doctors decided to go ahead at scope the damaged cartilage in his right knee tonight. He went into surgery at Montgomery Regional Hospital just a few moments ago. He should be ready for the start of practice in 3 weeks.
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The Winston Cup circuit has now knocked out 19 of its 36 events this season. Dale Jarrett outdueled both Jeff Gordon and Ricky Rudd to win yesterday's New England 300, but the finishing order did not effect the points standings at the top of the ladder.
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With Pocono coming up this weekend, here's the top 20 drivers in the most recent. Winston Cup Points Standings. I'll see you back here tonight on News 7 at Six. [GO TO BOARDS WITH MUSIC]
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[SUPER=0128-1. Dale Jarrett/2695/2. Jeff Gordon/2695/3. Ricky Rudd/2667/4. Tony Stewart/2421/5. Sterling Marlin/2414/;]



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[5-Deadwood-Website]


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If you have a young detective in the house, you will want to direct them to our website of the day.
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[VO-NAT]


Teens can test their skills as private investigators on a new Webseries offered by H-B-O-Family.
The "Deadwood Mysteries" is about missing teens who have been disappearing in a fictional small town since the 18 hundreds.
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[IN Q=It's like a bad]
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Young people will be able to assume active roles and become part of the investigation by examining and collecting evidence, checking out leads, questioning theories and sharing ideas.
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[Take Pinnacle Full]
You can find the Deadwood Mysteries through a link to our site at WDBJ-7-dot-com.
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