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The arraignment of former D-Day Director Richard Burrow on fraud charges, the case against him and what people are saying about it.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

And what becomes of the liquid revenue flowing to the county that Roanoke residents are paying in the form of higher water bills?

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 Sports - Germany advance in world cup play. The Twins Camp settles into its new home. We're fishing with Express goalie Daniel Berthiaume.
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And the Red Wings Dominik Hasek announces his retirement from the NHL this afternoon.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Patrick]
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Showers and thunderstorms will be prevalent this evening and tomorrow afternoon, stay tuned for all the maps and all the details.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 3-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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[IN Q=The contractors were]

((THE CONTRACTORS WERE THREATENING TO LEAVE THE JOB. AND IT WAS A MAD SCRAMBLE TO FIND THE MONEY.))
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[OUT Q=find the money.]
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Former D-Day Memorial Foundation chairman Bob Slaughter offers an account of Richard Burrow's final rush to raise the millions needed to complete the National Memorial in Bedford.
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[ANCHOR=Keith ]
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Good evening. I'm Keith Humphry. Shannon is off tonight.

[Burrow]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Burrow was arraigned today on four fraud counts returned by a federal grand jury last week. He told the judge he's NOT guilty.
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[SUPER=01-Gen. W. B. Rosson/U. S. Army, Retired; 43]
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Bob Slaughter/D-Day Veteran; 50]
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((Burrow's initial court appearance came exactly one year to the day after he announced he was stepping down as the Executive Director of the D-Day Memorial Foundation. His five and a half year marathon had ended in an all-out sprint to the finish line on June 6th last year. Contractors worked through the night- -to finish the Memorial just hours before the President's arrival. Burrow said he was burned out, needed a rest.
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((ONE OF MY BIGGEST CONCERNS IS PEOPLE ARE GOING TO THINK SOMETHING'S WRONG.)) [RUNS03]
[OUT Q=something's wrong.]

If anyone suspected anything wrong at the time, they weren't voicing their concerns publicly. Even now, as Burrow emerged from court- - amid a sea of supporters- -those who'd been close to Burrow simply don't believe he broke the law.
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[IN Q=I have full]

(( I HAVE FULL CONFIDENCE IN HIM. I THINK WE WOULD HAVE NO MEMORIAL IN BEDFORD TODAY WERE IT NOT FOR HIM.)) [RUNS:08]
[OUT Q=not for him.]



[SOT * * * approx :20 into Slaughter first audio * * *]
[IN Q=He was trying]

((HE WAS TRYING TO GET THE D DAY MEMORIAL FINISHED BEFORE THE DEDICATION. AND WE ALL WERE SCRAMBLING AROUND TRYING TO FIND THE FUNDS TO KEEP THE CONTRACTORS ON THE JOB. I'M SURE WHAT HAPPENED WAS NOT INTENTIONALLY MALICIOUS.)) [RUNS:18]
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[IN Q=Whether or not]

((WHETHER OR NOT YOUR REASONS ARE SINISTER OR NOT -- DOES NOT GIVE ONE THE POWER OR THE AUTHORITY OR THE RIGHT TO LIE TO A BANK, TO DEFRAUD THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, TO HIDE THESE MATERIALS FROM THE D-DAY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION.)) [RUNS15]
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The government says Burrow borrowed three million dollars from a bank in California... just long enough to convince the state that the Foundation had enough cash to qualify for matching funds from Richmond.
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((THERE WAS NO MATCH. IT WAS CREATED OUT OF WHOLE CLOTH. IT WAS JUST A SHELL GAME.)) [RUNS05]
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((I UNDERSTAND THE GOVERNMENT CHARGED MATTERS HAVING TO DO WITH THAT IN THE INDICTMENT. I DON'T BELIEVE THERE'S ANYTHING ILLEGAL OR IMPROPER IN REGARD TO WHAT RICHARD DID WITH REGARD TO THAT LOAN.)) [RUNS:09]
[OUT Q=with regard to that loan.]))
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[V/O-NAT] Richard Burrow was released today on an unsecured bond in the amount of 50-thousand dollars. His trial is tentatively set to begin the day after Labor Day.
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[County-Supers]


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Three months after Virginia's largest illegal tire dump caught fire in Roanoke County, the tires are all gone.
State and federal agencies have finished their working cleaning millions of tire from Willie Keeling's property.

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Marya Jones is outside Roanoke County's Administration center where supervisors happily made that announcement this afternoon.
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Lynchburg officials say they're in pretty good shape, water-wise.
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The city's main water supply is the Pedlar Reservoir in Amherst County, but it can also draw water from the James River in times of severe drought.
Officials say they'll stop drawing from the reservoir when the water level reaches 160 inches below the spillway.


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((STEPHEN BONTRAGER/LYNCHBURG UTILITIES DIRECTOR: VERY, VERY LIKELY TO GO AHEAD AND HIT THAT. I THINK THE CONDITIONS OF THE YEAR PRETTY WELL POINTED OUT THAT IT'S GOING TO HAPPEN, IT'S JUST A QUESTION OF WHEN. AND SO AT THAT POINT WE'LL HAVE TO GO AHEAD AND BRING IN THE JAMES RIVER WATER TO GO AHEAD AND KEEP THE RESERVOIR AT THAT LEVEL.))
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Bontrager (BAHN-tray-ger) says the city does "not" need to implement any kind of water use restrictions right now.
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[Quesenberry]


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A former Floyd County teacher has pled guilty to having a sexual relationship with a child. In court today, 51-year-old Donnie M. Quesenberry was sentenced for taking indecent liberties and carnal knowledge of a child. The judge ordered Quesenberry to serve two and a half years in prison and then spend more than seven years on probation. State Police say the abuse spanned several years but involved one child. Though Quesenberry taught seventh grade at Indian Valley Elementary School, officials say the crimes did NOT take place on school property.

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[ANCHOR=Keith ]
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Another Republican bows out of the race to become Speaker of Virginia's House of Delegates.
That's next on News 7 at Six.
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Plus the Miss Virginia contestants hit the links before hitting the stage for this week's competition.
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[Speaker]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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It's still a one-candidate race for one of the most powerful political jobs in the state. Another potential candidate for Speaker dropped out today.
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Bill Howell of Fredericksburg remains the only candidate to replace Speaker Vance Wilkins as leader of the House of Delegates.
Newport News Delegate Phil Hamilton was thinking about a bid of his own.
But Hamilton informed colleagues today that he's taking his name out of the running.
Governor Warner says he hopes to work closely with whoever is elected Speaker.
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Republicans meet next month to nominate a new Speaker.
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[Tazewell-Fatal]


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State police are investigating the cause of a fatal accident in Tazewell County yesterday. Officials say two teenagers were killed on Route 61. 16-year-old Tracy Vance and 18-year-old James Wright were killed. A police spokesman says their car veered off the right side of the road just west of Route 877.

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A Roanoke valley company is doing some financial maneuvering, in hopes of keeping its listing on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
"Optical Cable" has been warned by NASDAQ that it might be de-listed, because its share price has fallen below one-dollar.
The company's board of directors has approved a "reverse" stock split, which would *reduce* the total number of shares, and *could* raise the price of the stock.
The reverse split still requires share-holder approval. Stock holders meet July 30th.

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Kroger is stocking up on earnings and sales figures.
The nation's largest supermarket said today that first-quarter earnings for 2002 were up 23 percent over the same quarter last year.
The earnings of 48 cents a share beat the 44 cents a share predicted by Wall Street analysts.
The company says it saved on advertising and other administrative costs.

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A rally attempt fizzled in the second half of the session as stocks resumed their sell-off. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW sank 155 points.
NASDAQ lost 36.
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The Roanoke Rescue Mission is a week away from officially opening a health center for the homeless.
And already more than 100 patients have showed up in need of care.
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Earl Richardson says without this health center he would have to go to the emergency room, because he can't afford to see a doctor.
He's one of many patients who couldn't wait until the center opened to seek help.
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((EARL RICHARDSON; IT'S A MIRACLE FOR ME IT IS)) ((PEGGY PRESTON; THAT'S THE REASON I WAS SO SICK. I COULDN'T AFFORD TO GO SO I JUST DIDN'T EVEN TRY))
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[OUT Q=just didn't even try]
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The Rescue Mission says the average life expectancy for a homeless person is 20 years less than those WITH housing.


That's why it's on a mission to save lives.
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[IN Q=If this is any evidence]

((JOY SYLVESTER-JOHNSON/ROANOKE RESCUE MISSION: IF THIS IS ANY EVIDENCE, THIS WEEK MOVING IN OF THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE SERIOUS MEDICAL CONDITIONS THAT ARE GOING COMPLETELY UNTREATED AND ENDING UP IN MUCH MORE SERIOUS CONDITIONS IN EMERGENCY ROOM AND SOMETIMES FATAL CONDITIONS))
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The health center officially opens next Monday.
It will offer a wide array of medical services from regular check-ups and medications to prenatal and psychiatric care.
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[Miss-Virginia]


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We're just a couple days away from this year's "Miss Virginia" pageant. The contestants have already gathered in Roanoke.
Today they took time out for some golf.
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(("MY STRATEGY IS TO AVOID THOSE TREES RIGHT THERE"))
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[VO-NAT]


Golfers from around the area joined with the contestants for the "Miss Virginia Cup" at Hunting Hills Country Club.
Proceeds from the tournament benefit the pageant's scholarship fund.
Also on hand today:- the *current* Miss Virginia, Meghan Shanley.
This year's contestants say they're looking forward to the opportunity to advance causes they believe in.
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((AFTON MCGHEE/MISS VIRGINIA DOGWOOD; I'VE TALKED WITH THE LIONS CLUB, THE VINTON HOST LIONS CLUB ACTUALLY AND THE VIRGINIA TECH LIONS CLUBAND THROUGH THAT I'VE ACTUALLY HAD PEOPLE DONATE COMPUTERS TO ME, AND THEN I'VE IN TURN DONATED THEM TO PEOPLE WHO NEED THEM.)) ((LISA MELTON/MISS HAMPTON HOLLY DAYS FESTIVAL; I'VE BEEN A SPOKESPERSON WITH THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION FOR FOUR YEARS. WOULD REALLY LIKE TO HELP THEM OUT AND BECOME AN AMBASSADOR FOR THEM, FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA SO I'M REALLY WANTING TO WIN THIS BUT AGAIN IT'S ALL IN THE GOOD LORD'S HANDS.))
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[VO-NAT]


The preliminaries of the Miss Virginia pageant will be held Thursday and Friday at the Roanoke Civic Center.
The finals are Saturday night.
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[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight on the Big 7 - world cup highlights, a check on the Twins' camp and its new home.
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And we'll try to cool off on this first week of summer by hitting the lake with Captain Bert - Express goalie Daniel Berthiaume.
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We begin tonight with the World Cup semi-finals as South Korea was knocked out by Germany today 1-to-nothing.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Seoul, Korea/ESPN; :00]

Michael Ballack, who beat the United State with his head last week, scored on his own rebound in the 75th minute to move the three-time champs into the title match against the winner of tomorrow's Brazil-Turkey semifinal. But Ballack will not be able to play in the final after getting his second yellow card of this knockout phase of the Cup competition.
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[S-Twins]


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Day number two of the Barbers week long Twins Football Camp wrapped up this afternoon for 10 and 11 year old youngsters.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;:00]

The camp is in its 5th year, and it has undergone a number of changes in that time including a change of venue. The camp has spent time at the River's Edge and at the Rising Star Adventure Camp, but now it appears to have found a permanant home at the Barbers' alma mater - Cave Spring high school.
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Tomorrow the 12, 13 and 14 year old boys take over the camp. Close to 100 campers are expected for that session.
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[S-Common]


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The countdown to the 2002 Commonwealth Games is underway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]

Organizers met today at the Holiday Inn Tanglewood to outline next month's 13th annual games. 10 thousand athletes are expected to participate this year, and 3000 of those will march in the patriotic opening ceremonies on Friday night July 19th.
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[vo nat con't] Rulon Gardner, the gold medal winning Olympic wrestler will be the guest speaker headlining the opening ceremonies.
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[S-Bert]


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Roanoke Express veteran goalie Daniel Berthiaume has two passions in life, hockey and fishing. He's now made a professional career out of both. Steve Mason tells us how the veteran goalie is making "net" gains on the ice and on the water.
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((His passion for fishing often brings him out onto Smith Mountain Lake when the early morning fog and sun are all that's moving. Berthiaume earned his captain's license and now takes anyone person fishing for striper around the 22 thousand acre lake for about five hours for 165 dollars, 190 bucks for two people for a half day. A a full day cost a fishing novice 215 bucks. ((:))
There are other benefits to a Captain Bert's charter, especially if you are a hockey fan who wants to talk about the NHL or ECHL when they aren't biting. ((:))
This professional fishing guide who is licensed by the U.S. coast guard, knows all the good spots and his charters are reaping the rewards. ((:)) Berthiaume is a free agent who hopes to play one more season for the Express and then retire. He has yet to net a contract. Steve Mason news 7 sports.))

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While Bert hopes his days in net for the Express are far from over
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The reigning king of net minders in the National Hockey League called it quits today.
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[SUPER=03-Detroit, MI; :00]

Dominik Hasek made his retirement official today at a newsconference in Detroit. The 37 year old goalie leaves the game after 21 years of pro hockey. (------------) Hasek won two league MVPs, six top goalie awards, an olympic gold medal and this year's Stanley Cup title.