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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom...... enjoy springtime temperatures today as we move into a cool weekend... Patrick Evans has the complete forecast coming up in just a few minutes.





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A fatal shooting in Roanoke early this morning. Police say that they responded to a report of a shooting just before 1 A-M in the 1500 block of Aspen Street Northwest- and found 30-year-old Daryll Wayne Waller with a gunshot wound to the torso. He was taken to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital where he died just before 3 a-m. Police say that Waller had come to the residence to visit a female acquaintance- and got into an argument with her uncle- 62-year-old Paul Davis McCoy. Police then say McCoy shot Waller with a handgun. McCoy was taken into custody- but has been released pending further investigation.

[7-11M'ville-Murder]


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Martinsville police say that a 17-year-old is in custody for a fatal drive by shooting. Police Chief Mike Rogers says that investigators also have another suspect in the shooting that killed a 19-year-old Martinsville High School Student.
Investigators believe the motive may have been an on-going feud between the victime- Delvin Lamonte Hairston and the suspected shooters.
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The incident happened around 9:30 Wednesday night at the intersection of Third and "A" Streets in Martinsville.
Police say Hairston was standing on the road when several vehicles pulled up and someone started shooting.
Officers found the victim shot once in the chest.
Investigators are hoping someone in one of those vehicles will come forward.
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((MICHAEL ROGERS/MARTINSVILLE POLICE CHIEF: WE'RE HOPING THEY WILL COME FORWARD AND PROVIDE INFORMATION TO US ABOUT THE CRIME. OTHERWISE, THEY MAY BE CONSIDERED AN ACCESSORY TO MURDER.)) ((BARRY HAIRSTON/VICTIM'S BROTHER: HE JUST HAD A GREAT FUTRE. THE WORLD WAS HIS AND SOMETHING LIKE THIS HAD TO HAPPEN TO HIM, END HIS LIFE TRAGICALLY LIKE THAT, ITS JUST UMCOMPHRENSIBLE.))
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Hairston was a senior at Martinsville High School.
He was to attend Virginia State University next year to play football and run track.
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The name of the suspect arrested late yesterday is NOT being released because of his age. Chief Rogers said the teen-ager will be charged with first-degree murder.


[7-11VMI]


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Four long years paid off for some two-hundred cadets in Lexington...
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They received diplomas from the Virginia Military Institute yesterday morning. Senator John Warner served as the keynote speaker, and said yesterday's VMI graduates step into a world much different than last years'.
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((SEN. JOHN WARNER/(R) VIRGINIA; THE MOTTO OF THIS INSTITUTION IS CITIZEN SOLDIER, AND THE TRAGEDY THAT BEFELL OUR COUNTRY ON SEPTEMBER THE 11TH, THIS GRADUATING CLASS GOES FORTH AS THE LEADERS IN OUR HOMELAND DEFENSE.))
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[OUT Q=the leaders in our homeland defense.]
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72 cadets will receive commissions in the armed forces. Also, seven women graduated in V-M-I's second co-ed class to attend all four years at the school.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Showers re- enter the forecast later today.
Patrick Evans has your weekend forecast, coming up after the news.





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Criminal charges have been filed against a 14-year-old Roanoke County boy for allegedly bringing a dis-armed hand grenade to school.
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A ousand students at Hidden Valley Junior High were evacuated on Wednesday, after classmates said the 8th grader showed them the grenade.
State police X-rayed the device and found it was hollow.
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Police charged the boy with threatening to bomb the building -- a misdemeanor -- and possessing a fake explosive device -- a felony.
He's being held at the Roanoke Valley Juvenile Detention Center at Coyner Springs.

[45-11LPD-Awards]


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A rookie cop receives the top honors on the force...
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Lynchburg police officer Stuart Bowen was honored as the department's Officer of the Year during award ceremonies yesterday.
Bowen's just completed his first full year on the force, but he's already caught the attention of his supervisors.

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((OFFICER STUART BOWEN/LPD OFFICER OF THE YEAR: WITH WHAT HAPPENED DURING THE YEAR AND WITH 9-11 AND EVERYTHING, I MEAN IT'S LIKE I SAID IT'S JUST A BIG HONOR. I WORK WITH SUCH AN OUTSTANDING GROUP OF OFFICERS DAY IN AND DAY OUT, I DON'T KNOW THAT I'M DESERVING OF THIS. I'M VERY HONORED TO HAVE BEEN SELECTED.))
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Officer Bowen responded to more than 12-hundred calls for service in 2001, and made more than one hundred arrests.
Forty other officers and citizens also received service awards and commendations.
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[45-11Police-memorial]


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The Roanoke Valley paid tribute yesterday to twenty-seven of its officers who died in the line of duty.
Officers came from Roanoke City , Roanoke County, Vinton, Salem and Botetourt County for the Fourth Annual Roanoke Valley Law Enforcement Memorial Service.
It was a solemn ceremony for officers and family members as they remembered those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

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((JIM BRYANT/SALEM POLICE CHIEF: I THINK IT MEANS ALOT TO THE OFFICERS TO SEE THAT LIFE CAN FADE AWAY QUICKLY. WE CAN GO TO WORK IN THE MORNINGS AND WE MANY NOT RETURN AT NIGHT. WE HEAR THAT FROM TIME TO TIME BUT WHEN WE ACTUALLY COME TO A SERVICE LIKE THIS AND WE SEE THAT THAT DOES HAPPEN TO SOME OF THE OFFICERS, I THINK IT DOES BRING THIS HOME TO THE OFFICERS.))
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2001 was one of the deadliest for law enforcement, due in large part to September 11th.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom..
Temperatures are heading into a cool stretch over the next few days.
Patrick Evans will join us with the seven- day forecast, in just a few minutes.






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A Roanoke man is dead following a fatal shooting earlier today. Police say that they responded to a report of a shooting just before 1 A-M in the 1500 block of Aspen Street Northwest- and found 30-year-old Daryll Wayne Waller with a gunshot wound to the torso. He was taken to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital were he later died. Police say that Waller went to the residence to visit a female acquaintance- and got into an argument with her uncle- 62-year-old Paul Davis McCoy. Police say McCoy then shot Waller with a handgun. McCoy was taken into custody- but has been released pending further investigation.

[8-6-Bumbry]


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A witness to a fatal shooting pleaded guilty to counterfeit charges...
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James Bumbry the Second is one of the few people who actually witnessed the incident in February where a D-E-A agent from Texas allegedly shot and killed a Roanoke man outside a bar near Valley View. He pled guilty yesterday to passing counterfeit 100 dollar bills. He told the Secret Service he bought them from someone at a concert in Greensboro. The charges date back to late in the year 2000. The 24-year old faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison, though he was allowed to remain on bond until he's sentenced in August.
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D-E-A Agent Timothy Workman's case is set for trial in September.

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One local town is featured in a well-known magazine...
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National Geographic's latest issue devotes its cover story to what it calls the "untold stories" of D-Day. It also features a section explaining why the National D-Day Memorial is in Bedford. Lucille Boggess is among those Bedford residents mentioned in the article. She lost two brothers on Omaha Beach. As she has said many times over the years, the loss was almost too much for the family to bear.
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The cover story outlines in considerable detail how the allies managed to keep the time and place of the enormous invasion a secret.
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Giles County has been listed as one of the top ten most polluted communities in Virginia. The environmental group- the Sierra Club- released the study yesterday. The organization used data gathered from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. The communities on the list are home to factories that release pollution. Chesterfield County was listed as the MOST polluted community in the state.

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