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Today on News 7, Fred Pledge was once responsible for keeping the law. Now the former police officer is going to prison for breaking them. We'll have the details.
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Also the president of a state university has passed away. [Weather-Head]
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Cooler than normal weather will continue through the weekend...I'll have your hometown forecast....

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Customers at a Shopping Mall are injured in an explosion.
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Also several people are sent to the hospital after an accident at an amusement park.
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A former Roanoke police officer will have to spend time on the other side of the bars.
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The former officer is fred pledge... Today he was sentenced to eight years in prison.
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The 30-year old former cop admitted he accepted money from drug suspects in exchange for not arresting them. By HIS account it was no more than 800 to 1-thousand dollars.
He told the judge he had completely turned his life around.
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((THAT'S NOT UNUSUAL. I HOPE HE IS. BUT THAT DOESN'T EXCUSE THE FACT THAT HE SPENT A NUMBER OF YEARS STEALING FROM PEOPLE, CORRUPTLY USING HIS BADGE AND THAT'S WHAT HE'S BEING PUNISHED FOR.))
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Though he joked around with friends and family members during a break for lunch, Pledge was taken into custody at the end of a 5-hour hearing to begin serving his eight-year prison term.
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A 28 year year prison term for the teen who killed his teacher in Florida.
Nathaniel Brazill will be a middle aged man when he's released from prison-
But it was a victory of sorts for him.
As Jennifer jones reports, he could've faced LIFE in prison.
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(( Voice of judge over pix of Nathaniel "sentenced to a term or 28 years in the deaparment of corrections."
It could have been worse for Nathaniel Brazill. Judge Richard Wennet chose not to send the 14 year old to prison for the REST of his life...in the shooting death of his teacher Barry Grunow last year. Polly Powell/Brazill's mother "I know now my son will be coming home some day." the teenager will be in his early 40's when he's finally released from prison. He must then serve two years in a form of house arrest and another five years of probation. Robert Udell/Brazill's Defense Attorney "I figure we're going to spend about 1.2 million dollars on housing nathaniel, I promise you if you give me that 1.2 million dollars and send him home with me, I'm going to turn you out a college graduate." Despite his earlier calls for life without parole, the prosecutor refused to label the sentence a disappointment. Marc Shiner/Prosecutor "I can only hope and pray that nathaniel will come out of jail and never hurt anyone again." Brazill's sentence was just three years more than the legal minimum, but comes without the possibility of parole or time off for good behavior. Brazill's family says they'll appeal. to come.....Barry Grunow's widow was not in court. Grunow's sister however called the sentence...an insult to Barry's memory. Jennifer Jones, CBS News, West Palm Beach, Florida))

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Washington and Lee University is mourning the loss of its president today. John Elrod died last night after a battle with cancer.
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Richard Lesko is in Lexington with more.
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An argument that turned deadly between two friends- now leads to charges.
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38-year old David Lee Massey of Ridgeway is charged with voluntary manslaughter, for the death of 46 year old Jeffrey Ramsey.
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Deputies say the two argued and that Ramsey died several days later.
An autopsy determined Ramsey died of internal injuries from blunt impact to the lower and upper abdomen.
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Coming up on the newscast, do you like movies? A new 14 screen theater is coming to the region. We'll tell you where after the break.
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[VO] And a natural gas explosion at a Washington State mall- we'll have the details coming up.
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A day of shopping ended with some shoppers in the hospital-
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A natural gas explosion rocked a shopping complex near Seattle.
This is the scene- police say a car struck a gas meter this morning and that may have triggered the blast.
It sent glass and bricks flying and injured several people.
Seven people in all were taken to the hospital.
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A wildfire in Wyoming is threatening up to 200 homes-
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In fact the flames are getting close. They're now within a quarter mile of about 20 homes .... hundreds of residents have been forced out.
The blaze is so strong it even forced firefighters to abandon fire-breaks.
Now they're only able to attack it from the sides-and from the air.
So far the fire has charred three thousand acres.
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A lawsuit accusing Virginia Republicans of setting descriminatory voting districts will play out in a Salem court.

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Judge Richard Pattisall ruled that the lawsuit brought by Democrats will be heard in HIS court.
The suit accuses Republicans of drawing new district lines to squeeze out minority and Democratic influence.
Pattisall also said that the Governor, Lieutenant Governor and legislators could be named as defendants.
Democrats filed the suit in Salem because it's where they believe Delegate Morgan Griffith drew the plans.
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((FRANK FERGUSON/DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL: WE BELIEVE THE PLAN IS A VERY CLEARLY AND PROPERLY DRAWN PLAN. THAT THERE ARE NO STATUATORY DEFECTS AND THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE HAS ALREADY HEARD MANY OF THESE OBJECTIONS AND PRE-CLEARED THE PLAN.))
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((JONATHAN HACKER/DEMOCRATS' ATTORNEY: THIS DISTRITING PLAN, TO OUR MIND, WAS FAIRLY CLEAR... AN EFFORT TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST DEMOCRATIC VOTERS IN THE STATE OF VA BY NOT GIVING THEM THE SAME OPPORTUNITIES FOR REPRESENTATION FOR REPRESENTATION AS THE REPUBLICANS. ))
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The judge said only the Attorney General was immune from being named in the lawsuit.
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A new state of the art movie theater is coming to Danville.
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Georgia Theatre Company announced plans today to build a 14-screen stadium megaplex theater.
The new facility will be located on Highway 58 between the Big K-mart and the Robertson Street Bridge.
Construction is set to begin this September with an opening date planned for the Spring of 2002.
Once completed, the theater will feature stadium seating, digital sound, and wide arc "wall to wall" screens.
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In Health Check tonight,
Implantable defibrillators are becoming more and more of an option for many people suffering from certain heart problems.
Just a few weeks ago, Vice President Dick Cheney had one implanted.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details about how these defibrillators work.
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Jean, These devices are more common than you might think.
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In the Roanoke Valley alone about 200 are implanted each year.
One local man says it saved his life.
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Before getting his defibrillator two years ago, Frank Meacham's congestive heart failure kept him in and out the emergency room.
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((TOUGH BREATHING ALL THE TIME AND IT WAS GETTING PROGRESSIVELY WORSE. I COULD JUST FEEL MY SELF GOING DOWN IN STAMINA SO IT WAS NOT A PROMISING FUTURE THAT I HAD AT THAT TIME)) [RUNS15]
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The implantable defibrillator is a pace-maker like device that consists of two components --this box which contains the hardware and battery and a wire.
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((TERRENCE MAY/CONSULTANTS IN CARDIOLOGY: THE WIRE ACTS LIKE AN ANTENNA AND ACTUALLY COUNTS BEATS IN THE HEART --AND PATIENTS HEART GOES WAY OUT OF RHYTHM --THE DEFIBRILLATOR WOULD CHARGE UP AND ACTUALLY DELIVER A SHOCK TO THE PATIENTS HEART WHICH IS FREQUENTLY LIFE SAVING)) [RUNS16]
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Meachum says he doesn't feel anything --and hardly notices he has it.
Doctor May says many people could benefit from such a device.
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((IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE WEAKENED HEART MUSCLE FUNCTION, WHO EXPERIENCE SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH, OR HAVE WELL DOCUMENTED SUSTAINED ABNORMAL HEART BEATING, THERE IS VERY LITTLE DOUBT THAT DEFIBRILLATOR WILL ENHANCE THE PATIENTS SURVIVAL)) [RUNS14]
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Meachum doesn't believe he would be a alive today without it.
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((FRANK MEACHUM: NOW I HAVE TWO YEAR OF WHAT I CONSIDER TO BE A NEW LEASE ON LIFE. SO IT'S BEEN A MEDICAL MIRACLE FOR ME)) [RUNS12]
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The implantable defibrillator typically lasts about 5 to 7 years depending on how often the patient uses it.
It costs about 30-thousand dollars.
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Today in Sports, Mike Stevens will have qualifying results from Pocono,
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[VO] but first, several people are injured when two roller coaster cars collide. We'll have the details and we'll tell you how you can check the safety reports from your favorite park.
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Six people are hurt after a roller coaster apparently struck another at an amusement park in New Hampshire today.
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A fire captain says some of the injured are children but none of the injuries is believed to be life-threatening.
The injured were taken to a hospital in nearby Massachusetts.
Police say one ride at Canobie Lake Park was apparently about to leave the loading area while another was coming in, and they collided.
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If you're concerned about the safety records of the amusement parks you go to, you can check them out on the internet. [Take WEB ADDRESS FULL]
While there is no government agency collecting the information, one web page is.

You can check out the accident reports through a link to our site at WDBJ-7-dot-com.[5-Sacred-Oil]


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There is a battle going on in Montana over the precious commodity of oil. This dispute has a big oil company and native Americans facing off. Manuel Gallegus has the story.
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(( THE GOVERNMENT CALLS THIS 4200 ACRE VALLEY.. WEATHERMAN DRAW, A RUGGED STRETCH OF FEDERAL LAND IN MONTANA (snap snap) WHERE GRASSHOPPERS SNAP ACROSS THE SAGE.

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TO NUMEROUS NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES, LIKE THE CROW, AND BLACKFEET, IT IS A SANCTUARY, THE VALLEY OF THE CHIEFS.

SOT-JIMMY ST. GODDARD, BLACKFEET TRIBE 32;10 #3

this is where we come closest to god, in this valley.
SUCH A SACRED PLACE FOR TRIBAL ANCESTORS, ITS SPIRITUALITY IS GLORIFIED IN ROCK PAINTINGS AND CARVINGSIMAGES OF SHIELDS AND ANIMALS STILL VISIBLE NEARLY 900 YEARS LATER.
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THE PROBLEM FOR THE TRIBES IS THAT 16 YEARS AGO, before the government seemed to recognize the valleys cultural or archeological value, THE ANSCHUTZ CORPORATION was granted THE RIGHT TO DRILL FOR OIL HERE.

-SOT-BILL MILLER, VP. ANSHUTZ OIL CORP. 03;03

we have a very legitimate and valid right to the petroleum resource.

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this is the proposed sight of the exploratory well. Considered a wildcat drill, the anschutz corporation says it has a one in seven chance of finding millions of barrels of oil here.
IF NO OIL IS FOUND, ITS OVER. BUT SUCCESS COULD MEAN A MAJOR OPERATION FOR DECADES.
FOR NATIVE AMERICANS, that would desecrate the valley.

-SOT-HOWARD BOGGESS, CROW TRIBE MEMBER 20;37 #3


We dont want to have an arrow pierce our mother here in this valley.
FOR NOW, AT LEAST BOTH SIDES ARE TALKING. The TRIBES are considering letting Anschutz drill on one of their reservations, if Anschutz stays out of the valley of the chiefs. BUT NEITHER SIDE IS WILLING TO GIVE ANYTHING AWAY FOR FREE.
-nat valley-
IN THE MEANTIME, THE EXPLORATORY WELL IS ON HOLD... ONE DISPUTE IN OUR NATIONS STRUGGLE TO BALANCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION WITH THE ENVIRONMENT. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, WEATHERMAN DRAW MONTANA.))
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They had a devil of a time doing it, but the CUBS finally land their big bat. Mike Stevens has that in Sports,
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[VO] Also we'll see where you can learn how to master your backyard grill.
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On Wall Street today, stock prices ended mixed as the Dow Jones lost ground, while the Nasdaq finished higher despite some especially downbeat news.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon everybody the Winston Cup stars are in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania this weekend.
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This afternoon 45 drivers took part in Winston Cup time trials for Sunday's Pennsylvania 500.
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Rick Mast showed up today to drive the Eel River Racing Duke's Mayonaise machine. Mast's normal team was skipping this race, so Rick jumped in the car and just barely got it in the race. Here's the starting grid.
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[SUPER=0107-6. Kevin Harvick//7. Jimmy Spencer//8. Jeff Gordon//9. Johnny Benson//10. Sterling Marlin//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Bobby Labonte//12. Dale Earnhardt Jr.//13. Tony Stewart//14. Bill Elliott//15. Dave Blaney//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Robert Pressley//17. Stacy Compton//18. Jeff Burton//19. Kevin Lepage//20. Ricky Craven//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Jason Leffler//22. Rusty Wallace//23. Michael Waltrip//24. Matt Kenseth//25. Jeremy Mayfield//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Joe Nemechek//27. Brett Bodine//28. John Andretti//29. Bobby Hamilton//30. Hut Stricklin//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Ron Hornaday//32. Mike Wallace//33. Elliott Sadler//34. Ward Burton//35. Kurt Busch//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Robby Gordon//37. Dale Jarrett//38. Steve Park//39. Jerry Nadeau//40. Terry Labonte//;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Buckshot Jones//42. Kyle Petty//43. Rick Mast//;]
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[S5-Meet]


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Some of the best swimmers in the area are at the Dedmon Center in Radford for the Duane Whitenack City County Swim meet.
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Hidden Valley entered the meet as the top team after six Monday night meets.
The Blue wave has won more R-V-A-A championships than any other team. And Hidden Valley is the favorite this year after entering the meet with over 8-thousand points.
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Over a thousand swimmers are competing in the meet. And Hidden Valley has a total of 151 of those which gives them an advantage.
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The swim meet wraps up tomorrow evening.


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The on again, off again trade of Fred McGriff to the Chicago Cubs has finally gone through. McGriff's no trade clause in his contract has held up this deal for weeks. He should be in the Cubs' lineup by Sunday.
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Coming up on News 7 at Six - we'll check in with former UVa great Patrick Kerney and have new of the Roanoke Express signing an Eskimo. Take care everybody and have a safe weekend. [GO TO BREAK]

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If your summer meals need a little heat and excitement, you may want to round up the usual suspects and give them a good grilling.
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Barbecuing is a favorite summer pasttime for millions of Americans, but it is still surprising how many potentially good meals end up looking like burnt offerings.
If you want some practical advice on grilling or if you are looking for some new recipes, there's a good place to turn online.
The people who make Weber grills offer recipes and tips on how to make your summer cookout successful.
So if you are the keeper of the flame at your house and you want food that ISN'T burned on the outside and raw on the inside, take the "grilling 101" course at our website of the day.
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