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Straight ahead on News 7--

A criminal indictment is handed down to the former executive director of the National D-Day Memorial Foundation.
We'll tell you why.
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And a rush- hour collision between two city buses in Philadelphia sends dozens to the hospitals.
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A federal grand jury indicts the former director of the National D-Day Memorial Foundation. Richard Burrow stands charged with four counts of fraud.

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The charges are the result of an Eight month investigation by the FBI. The grand jury heard testimony this week and handed up the indictment Tuesday. Keith Humphry attended the U-S Attorney's news conference this morning and has more on the case against Burrow.

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The F-B-I in Las Vegas says it's investigating a man's claim that he heard a cell phone conversation in Arabic about a "hit" on the "Day of Freedom."
Michael Hamdan says he's a naturalized American citizen who speaks Arabic.
Hamdan says the call he heard lasted for about 90- seconds.
He believes the voices were talking about a possible July Fourth attack.
The F-B-I says it's launched a full- scale investigating to see if there is a terrorist threat.


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In Philadelphia this morning, two city buses collided at a busy intersection-- injuring dozens.
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The accident happened just before 7 in the northeastern section of the city.
One bus hit the other from behind.
46- people were taken to the hospital.
Most of the injuries are said to be minor, but a fire official says half a dozen people ARE being checked for possible serious injuries.
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Car bombs exploded at two Spanish resorts today, just as a European Summit began about 90 miles away.
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The first blast injured six people -- several of them tourists.
No injuries are reported from the SECOND blast, which went off at a nearby resort.
Spanish radio says an office building in the area was evacuated just moments before the second explosion after a phone call warning emergency service workers.
The radical group, E-T-A is believed to be responsible.
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The Rockbridge County forest fire that has burned nearly 3-thousand acres is close to being under control.
However, most of the talk among firefighters there has been the life-saving rescue of one of their own by an unusual team.
Richard Lesko has more.
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(( This group of forest firefighters looks like almost any other fire crew. But there is one major difference -- they are inmates at the Cold Springs Minimum Security Correctional Unit. On Tuesday, they were working on the firelines in Rockbridge County with a forest service crew when fire severely injured one of the federal workers.
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((ESTEL PERRY/INJURED FIREFIGHTER; THE WIND SWEPT AROUND AND CAUGHT THE FLAME AND THROWED IT INTO MY FACE. IT ACTUALLY DIDN'T BURN ME BUT I ABSORBED THE HEAT FROM IT, AND ACCORDING TO MY PHYSICIAN, I SEARED MY LUNGS.))
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That's when the Cold Springs unit came to the rescue. An E-M-T with the crew started C-P-R, while the rest of the crew started carrying Perry down the mountain to seek treatment.
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((ROB HENDRICKS/COLD SPRING INMATE; ON THE WAY DOWN, IF IT WASN'T FOR THESE GUYS RIGHT HERE, I TOOK CARE OF THE MEDICAL PART BUT THESE GUYS ARE THE BACKBONE OF WHAT HAPPENED. HELPED CARRY HIM CUT AWAY WITH THE SAW, MOVING THINGS OUT OF THE WAY. THEY WERE A VITAL PART OF THE WHEEL, AND I COULD NOT HAVE DID IT WITHOUT THEM AT ALL.))
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The Cold Springs crew is said to be the only inmate fire crew east of the Mississippi. The program was started more than four years ago, and participants say they have learned much about life by putting theirs on the line.
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((RON ALT/INMATE; THIS IS JUST A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL OF US. TO GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY. SOME OF THE THINGS WE MAY HAVE HURT IN THE PAST. IT'S JUST REALLY A GREAT PROGRAM))
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Most forestry officials say they are glad to have a crew as hard-working and dependable as the inmates. So is Estel Perry.
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And at least some of them hope to make a career of fighting fires once they're released. Richard Lesko, News 7, Rockbridge County.))

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People all over the world are celebrating the official arrival of summer--
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In Britain, more than 20-thousand people gathered at Stonehenge to see the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year.
Many had camped out all night.
The site was opened to the public for summer solstice two years ago -- after violence in 1985 kept it closed.
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Coming up on News 7 at Noon - Sometimes good deeds go together... we'll tell you about one area organization that's cleaning up to help save lives...
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and keeping employees happy, healthy and HUMANE?? we'll tell you about a company that believes companionship is key to corporate success.
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Saving landfills and saving lives go hand in hand for one central Virginia charity that celebrated a major milestone this morning.
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Gleaning For The World in Appomattox County loaded its 500th tractor trailer load of supplies that will be sent to mission groups worldwide.
In four years, the group has re-distributed more than 75 million dollars worth of food, clothing and medical supplies to needy people in poor countries.
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((REV. RONALD DAVIDSON/GLEANING FOR THE WORLD: WHAT WE DO IS GO IN THE BACK DOOR AND TAKE IN THE IRREGULARS, THE OVERRUNS AND PRODUCTS THAT ARE GOING IN THE LANDFILL AND ARE STILL USEABLE AND IN GOOD CONDITION AND WE'VE GOT INDUSTRY THAT IS EXTREMELY GENEROUS. WE'VE GOT MISSION GROUPS ALL OVER THE WORLD THAT ARE BEGGING FOR ANYTHING THAT WE CAN GET TO THEM. AND GLEANING FOR THE WORLD IS A CONDUIT THAT WE'RE ABLE TO PUT INDUSTRY AND MISSION GROUPS TOGETHER AND PROVIDE THE LIFESAVING SUPPLIES THAT MISSION GROUPS NEED.))
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Davidson says he expects to start shipping more than a hundred million dollars' worth of goods each year by 2005.


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Today is "Take Your Dog to Work Day".
But for one company in Seattle, barking in the office is an everyday occurrence.
Hattie Kauffman reports.
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(TRACK) NORMALLY THE WORKPLACE IS A DOG EAT DOG WORLD. NOT HERE. THE

HEADQUARTERS OF SUR LA TABLE, A KITCHENWARE RETAILER.

(SOT I think people in America love their animals and they want to be

able to be with them and the guilt they have of leaving their dog at home to go to work everyday is really hard.

(TRACK) SEVEN YEARS AGO, PRESIDENT RENEE BEHNKE DECREED AN OPEN DOOR

POLICY TO CANINE COMPANIONS.

(SOT ) It's so much easier to stay longer. If you have to work extra

hours, you're not worried about my dog is standing at the door needing to go out. So it's nice.

(TRACK) TWENTY TWO DOGS (guy on floor) VIE FOR AFFECTION, (blowing

bubbles) CUDDLE BENEATH DESKS (or CURL IN THE CORNERS) AND SOCIALIZE IN THE HALLS.

(NATSOT) excuse me, sweetheart



(SOT Hat) Does she distract you from your job? D: Occasionally, but

that's good. Instead of taking cig breaks, I go out for dog walks.

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(STANDUP ) To keep the fur from flying there are a few rules-they must

be clean, well groomed and trained. They must be kept on a leash-that rule's frequently broken. And the iron clad rule-a pooper scooper must be used when necessary. 012650

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day, I was a little more stressed than normal.

SOT Besides the stress reliever, it makes the environment just a

really healthy, happy environment. You can see the employees walking around visiting different dogs and petting them and having little love session. (licking face)

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(SOT ) Do you think your employees give more to your company? Are they

more motivated b/c they have their best friend? Renee: I think they have a more relaxed attitude as the day winds down.// I think it gives you a good feeling.

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Coming up on News 7 at Noon - It's the end of the road for the U-S's quest for the World Cup... We'll have details on today's game a little later...

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But First - Patrick Evans shows us some drought- friendly plants in today's Growin' it.
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Gary Osborne is retired, but you'll find him hard at work from sun-up to sundown, cultivating his ever expanding gardens in Botetourt County.
Patrick Evans found Gary working on some great plants for the drought conditions we're dealing with.
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Coming up after the break- the Horse Show had the kids ride in the rink for the stick horse competition...
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As we told you earlier, the former executive director and president of the financially troubled National D-Day Memorial Foundation has been indicted on four counts of fraud.
Richard Burrow's attorney spoke to reporters a few moments ago, saying that his client was hurt by the indictment, and that he would vigorously defend himself.
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Officials at the Memorial plan to release a statement in about an hour.


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Just one goal short--
That's how the U-S Soccer Team ended up today in the World Cup match-up against Germany.
And while they lost one- to-nothing, Jennifer Jones says the team scored a major victory in the hearts and minds of Americans.
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Narr: With the sun barely up, soccer fever was running high across America And with Good Reason...in the opening games...the U.S team had played like it could go all the way.

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Narr; Not since 1930 has An American Soccer team come this close to the Big Prize. It was 72-years ago when the US last made it to the semifinal.
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Narr: And during this game, so many times it looked as though the Americans, 7-decades later would again advance to the next round
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Narr: But skill wasn't enough.. luck failed them. The Germans, 3-time world champions would live up to their expectations.
Greg Packer/Soccer Fan I knew it was tough going in, I knew it was a struggle, but the circumstances involved with the Americans, they really played hard.
STD UP If the US would have won this match, It could have marked a shift in the sports global power, still you wont find defeat in the faces of these fans who say soccer in America has never been so good. With every season, it seems the fan base in broadening.
Kim Burgess/Soccer Fan Ive seen the difference already, like IVE been here a year and a year ago, the difference is nobody really talked about it and I have people Americans talking to me about it all the time.
Narr: And fans say this year's glory... even though it was cut short...is sure to guarantee bigger crowds...and a hope that the U.S. will one day... score big in the World Arena .
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Jennifer Jones...New York.

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On the major league diamond last night- all eyes were on Luis Castillo, as the Marlins'
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second baseman looked to extend his hitting streak to an amazing 34 straight games. Last night - the action got started in the bottom of the first inning, as Castillo went with the pitch to the opposite field and advanced the streak with the single. It's the 13-th time in this streak that he's hit safely in his first at- bat.
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They took a little break from the big competition at the Roanoke Valley Horse Show, and let the children take the rink..
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The stick horse race, which is the largest class at the show, took place last night as the children of competitors, exhibitors, and local families, flooded into the rink.
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Each youngster in the race received a blue ribbon from a Saint Francis of Assisi service dog and its helper. The horse show donates money to the charitable organization. The dogs are used throughout the area by those in need.
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