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Ahead on NEWS 7-
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A possible tornado sweeps through Bedford and Campbell counties destroying homes, uprooting trees and injuring dozens.
A pair of NEWS 7 crews are covering the story. Coming up-- live reports from Bedford. Plus, details on the push to save hundreds of jobs in Patrick County.
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News 7 is next.

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Severe weather rips a destructive path across the region. The cleanup will be a big job, and a lengthy one.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton. We'll have a live report coming up, but first, let's check in with Jacey in the WeatherCenter. [Toss-2-Jacey] Teresa tosses to Jacey in Weather Center

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Starting around 4:30 the skies turned black over the hills of Bedford County. Within minutes, homes were destroyed, trees uprooted, and lives turned upside down.
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We sent two reporters to cover the storms. We begin with Justin McLeod in downtown Bedford.
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A big announcement is expected as early as tomorrow in Patrick County.
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C-M-I Industries in Stuart is expected to announce whether it plans to close the plant and move to another county. C-M-I manufactures elastic materials and employs about 300- people. Workers have told elected officials the company is thinking of relocating-- possibly to Henry County.
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((DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG: WHILE I REPRESENT HENRY COUNTY AS WELL I DON'T WANT TO SEE ONE LOCALITY IN SOUTHSIDE BENEFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF ANOTHER. I'D PREFER TO SEE NEW JOBS, A NET NEW JOBS NOT JUST SHIFTING FROM ONE LOCALITY TO ANOTHER.))


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The company is also reportedly looking at plants in North Carolina and other parts of Virginia. A company spokesperson declined to comment on future plans-- but did say C-M-I would make an announcement late Monday or early Tuesday.
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He was executed for the rape and murder of his sister-law. A decade later-- Roger Keith Coleman is still making headlines.
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The Virginia Supreme Court has agreed to hear appeals from a charity and four newspapers seeking D-N-A testing in the Coleman case. A 1990 D-N-A test strongly suggested Coleman was guilty of killing Wanda Faye McCoy in Grundy.
However, changes in D-N-A technology mean a new test could provide more definitive results. Seeking the new D-N-A test are Centurion Ministries Incorporated, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the Boston Globe, The Washington Post and The Virginian-Pilot of Norfolk. The Virginia attorney general's office opposes the new testing.
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Work is moving right along at Willie Keeling's illegal tire dump in Roanoke County.
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The E-P-A and Virginia Department of Environmental Quality says clean up at the site is well underway. An official with the D-E-Q told Roanoke County supervisors about 10- thousand tires have been removed from the site. The tires in question are still intact-- they did NOT catch fire when the dump went up in flames last month. Meanwhile-- soil sampling is continuing at the burn site and also where crews discovered a one acre trash dump on Keeling's property.
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The D-E-Q estimates fewer than 10- thousand UN-burned tires remain at the site-- and say clean-up is going quickly.
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Still ahead on News 7 at 11, a local racetrack is gearing up, and hoping its upcoming season will be a winner.
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and new developments tonight in Middle East peace process. We'll have that and more coming up...
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Late developments in the Middle East tonight. Dozens of Israeli tanks have entered Hebron-- the only West Bank city that escaped the month long military push. The incursion comes as the U-S had high hopes for peace, after brokering a deal to end the siege at Yasser Arafat's Ramallah headquarters. Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington.
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The Virginia International Raceway in Halifax County is getting revved up for its third season.
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Several things are new this year including the Motorsports country club.
The 1800's plantation house is decorated with a Ralph Lauren motif which includes an Irish pub.
The number of televised events will also increase to eleven this year.
V-I-R believes the exposure will have a major impact on the local economy since more than a million specators are expected to visit this year.
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More improvements are on their way.
Construction will soon begin on several new rally courses.
V-I-R will also build a hotel and conference center beginning this summer.
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Still ahead on the newscast, the Avalanche can hope for revenge tomorrow afternoon, after a lopsided loss to Kinston...
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and it came down to a pair of young guns at California today, but Jimmie Johnson holds off the pack for his first Winston Cup win. Steve Mason will have more in sports.
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Bedford County served as the backdrop this weekend for a unique camp.
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More than fifty area kids attended the fourth annual Camp Treehouse held at Camp Virginia Jaycee.
It is a three three day event that gives children the opportunity to meet others their own age who have lost a loved one.
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((DEBBIE OSBORNE/CARILION HOSPICE SERVICES: I THINK THE MAIN IMPORTANCE OF IT IS EACH AGE GROUP GETS TO SPEND TIME WITH THEIR OWN AGE AND SEE CHILDREN THAT FEEL THE SAME WAY THEY DO.)) ((SHEA-SPOON/CAMPER: WE'VE DONE THINGS THAT RECOGNIZE OUR LOVES ONES LIKE DONE PROJECTS ON THEM OR TALKING TO OUR COUNSELORS ABOUT HOW WE FEEL ABOUT THEIR LOSSES.))
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Trained counselors were on hand to assist those in need.
The camp wrapped up this morning with a tree planting in memory of their lossed loved ones.
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Free admission paid off today for Virginia's Explore Park in Roanoke County.
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Today-- thousands turned out to take advantage of free admission at Virginia's Explore Park Living History Museum. There were exhibits and demonstrations for folks of all ages-- as well as plenty of entertainment, recreation and educational fun.
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Today's open house was made possible by Virginia's Explore Park and Roanoke County's Parks, Recreation and Tourism department. The open house will continue through eight P-M.
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Jimmie Johnson picked the perfect place to win his first Winston Cup race. The 26 year old grew up 100 miles from the California speedway and gave the home fans something to cheer about by winning the NAPA Auto Parts 500.
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Shawna Robinson is gonna bring out the first caution as she spins on lap 18.
Ricky Craven brings out the second yellow flag on the day, this one flies on lap 142.
The big crash is on lap 229 in the fourth turn when Dale Earnhardt Junior and Kevin Harvick get together for the days fifth caution.
Junior is taken to the hospital as a precaution and has a bruised right ankle.Car owner Jeff Gordon was extremely proud as Jimmie Johnson's crew then made a key call, giving him gas only on the final stop, he beats 23 year old Kurt Busch.
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Ricky Rudd was third, then Bill Elliott, and Mark Martin in fifth. Points leader Sterling Marlin was 7th, Jeff Gordon 16th, Ward and Jeff Burton 18th and 19th, Rick Mast 32nd, Elliott Sadler 39th and Stacy Compton 41st.

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The Houston Astros found a weakness in the ailing Atlanta Braves armor today.
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Carlos Hernandez threw seven shutout innings to start Houston on the way to a 7-to-1 win over Atlanta. Hernandez struck out six, walked one and allowed four hits. He's 2-and-0 with a two-point-28 E-R-A in four starts this season.
Atlanta's Chipper Jones left the game after the seventh inning with a sprained right thumb that he injured in a collision at the plate in the third with Stros catcher Brad Ausmus.
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The Salem Avalanche will be looking for revenge against the Kinston Indians this afternoon... first pitch today is set for 1:05.
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Yesterday, both teams would go in opposite directions on the scoreboard and unfortunately for the Avs, the direction was not good. IN the top of the fourth Kinston infielder Eric Crozier goes to the opposite field with this three run homer and the score is 3-nothnig Indians out in front.
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ig stick, he says see ya later to this pitch, also over the left field wall, 3-1 Kinston in the bottom of the fifth and the Indians roll 12-3.
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The Philadelphia 76ers are still alive. The sixers topped Boston 108-103 in game three of their best of five series.

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The Celtics still lead the best-of-five series 2-games-to-1. Allen Iverson scored 42 points for the Sixers, including eleven of his team's last 15.
Derrick Coleman scored the go-ahead basket on an over-the-head tip-in with 46 [SUPER=32-Philadelphia/108/Boston/103

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Paul Pierce had 29 points and Antoine Walker added 27. Walker hit seven three-pointers in the first half. Series game four is Wednesday night in Philadelphia.
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Rocco Mediate (MEE'-dee-ayt) protected his third round lead all through the final day of the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic and posted his fifth career victory on the P-G-A Tour.
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Mediate closed with a 1-under-par 71 on a day that saw winds gust to 30 miles an hour. He finished at 16-under 272,
beating Mark Calcavecchia (kal-kuh-VEK'-ee-uh) by three strokes. Calcavecchia carded a 72 and finished second.
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ON the senior tour, Jim Thorpe birdied the 18th hole in regulation and did it again in sudden death to win the Coutryside Tradition for his first career major.
John Jacobs had a chance to extend the playoff but missed on this three foot birdie putt.
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PGA pro Jay Haas did not contend for the title but the week turned out to be an incredibly rewarding one for him anyway.
His son Bill, a Wake Forest golfer who is one of the best in the country at the collegiate level, received an exemption and was able to play in the GGCC.
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Bill did not make the cut, finishing two rounds with a 74 and 71. Bill is on his way to a pro career, but he has learned that, unlike the NBA, it is better to stay in school and get that four year degree.
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The 19th annual Scott Robertson Memorial golf tournament will feature perhaps the toughest field in the tournaments history.
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In fact, it's getting tough for the top junior golfers in the Comonwealth to even make the field. Yesterday, more than 60 Virginians took part in a qualifying tournament with only the top six advancing to the main draw. Not a single local player made the cut. That's a complete turnaround from the early days of this event.
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Last year junior golfers from 38 states and 11 foreign countries took part in the 54 golf tournament. This year's field is expected to top out at 180 golfers
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Virginia Tech battled North Carolina in a men's soccer exhibition yesterday at Green Hill Park. UNC captured the Division I men's NCAA national championship back in December. The two teams put on a players clinic, signed autographs and then played a game.
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First year Virginia Tech coach Oliver Weiss, who was the assistant coach when the Tarheels won the national title, is trying to bring the Hokies to national acclaim. 15 minutes into the match, the game was stopped due to a thunder storm. After a 45 minute delay the game resumed and it ended in a 1-1 tie.
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