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Coming up on News 7-
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[V/O-NAT] Two big planes collide over Germany. A pair of pilots in Miami are suspected of being intoxicated just before take off. U-S warplanes hit an Afghan wedding party. Roanoke hopes to get Crystal Spring pumping again by August first. And a ship wreck made especially for divers.
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News 7 is next.

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Two planes collide over Germany. As many as 150 people are feared dead.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
Jean Jadhon is off tonight.

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Rescue workers are trying to find and identify bodies in an area just north of Lake Constance.
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A Tupolev 154 passenger plane and a Boeing 757 D-H-L package- delivery flight crashed into each other. Both people aboard the D-H-L flight- -the pilots- -are believed to have been killed. The planes are said to have been at an altitude of approximately 36-thousand feet when they collided. Burning wreckage has been scattered for 20 miles around the crash site near Germany's border with Switzerland and Austria.
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In Miami, tonight, two pilots are under arrest, charged with being drunk in the cockpit.
Drew Levinson reports they were getting ready to take Flight 5-5-6 to Phoenix when they were called back, given breath tests, charged and jailed.
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(( These are the America West pilots police say failed a breathalyzer test. Pilot Thomas Cloyd and co-pilot Christopher Hughes. Investigators say the two are charged with being intoxicated in the cockpit. Major Mike Hammershmidt/ Miami Police: IT ALL STARTED MONDAY MORNING WHEN THE TWO MEN TRIED TO WALK THROUGH SECURITY AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH CUPS OF COFFEE. FAA RULES SAY ITS FORBIDDEN TO BRING BEVERAGES PAST SECURITY - AND WHEN THE GUARDS REMINDED THEM OF THIS, THEY BECAME BELLIGERENT. THAT'S ALSO WHEN SECURITY PERSONNEL THOUGHT THEY SMELLED ALCOHOL ON THE PILOTS BREATH AND CALLED POLICE. When officers arrived, the plane -- an Airbus 319 -- had already taxied for takeoff. Police then ordered it to return to the gate and after the breathalyzer test took the two men into custody. Voice of Janice Manahan America West: WE HAVE ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY Under Florida law the offense is a felony called operating an aircraft under the influence. Both pilot and copilot have been suspended with pay while the airline investigates. DL CBS News))

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U-S war planes bombed a village in southern Afghanistan today. The American military command says U-S forces were under fire, though the Kandahar government says the gunfire hit a house where a wedding celebration was under way.
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If the accounts of local villages are correct this could be the worst accident of the war. But details of how many civilians were killed or wounded remain hazy.
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American Special Forces had been watching the area for days and were convinced it was a Taliban or al Qaida stronghold. With an A-C-130 gunship orbiting overhead, the attack began in the pre dawn darkness this morning. The A-C-130 spotted ground fire, believed it was being targeted by anti-aircraft guns and returned fire with its own guns.
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A water main break is still causing problems in one Roanoke neighborhood tonight.
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The break on Peters Creek Road was discovered around 7:30 this evening.
One northbound lane of the road is blocked between Melrose and Hershberger.
No word tonight on how many customers may be affected or when the problem will be fixed.
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Roanoke City Council is taking steps that may lead to a regional water authority.
Today, members also gave the go- ahead for a temporary filtration system that could supply an additional three million gallons of water a day.
Joe Dashiell has more tonight on the latest developments.
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((With the level of Carvins Cove now at more than 27 feet below the spillway, city officials say they are looking for both immediate and long term solutions to the city's water problems.
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One answer may be a temporary filtration system, that could allow the city to begin using Crystal Spring again by August first, two months before improvements to the pumping station are due to be completed.
City Council has also authorized negotiations that could lead to a regional water authority.
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The movement toward a regional water authority also brought a warning that it won't come cheap. City Manager Darlene Burcham said the construction needed for a regional system could cost millions, and raise rates for city water customers.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))
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Members of City Council deferred a vote on another controversial issue, the council pay raise they were expected to consider today. Facing criticism for the proposal, members sent it back for more study.

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With two new members, today's meeting opened a new chapter for Roanoke City Council, but it also showed that the rift between the mayor and other members is alive and well.
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This afternoon, Alfred Dowe took his seat on city council along with fellow Democrat Rupert Cutler.
But the organizational meeting also angered Mayor Ralph Smith, when the other members refused to go along with all of his recommendations for committee assignments.
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The other members of council declined to name Smith chairman of the legislative committee, as he had requested.
Members say Roanoke's mayor has never chaired council committees.
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The city of Lynchburg will keep its current mayor for another two years..
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The seven-member panel met this morning to reorganize after the May elections.
Carl Hutcherson was a unanimous choice to serve another term as Lynchburg's mayor.
And two-term city councilman Bert Dodson won the vice-mayor's post by a 4- to- 3 vote over Ed Barksdale.
Dodson says he wanted to be vice- mayor so he could help promote the city.
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((BERT DODSON/LYNCHBURG VICE-MAYOR: BUT IT'S A LOW-KEY POSITION, THE FACT THAT NO MORE RESPONSIBILITY, NO MORE POWER THAN A COUNCIL MEMBER. BUT IT'S A LEADERSHIP POSITION AND TO REPRESENT THE CITY. AND I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO GOING OUTSIDE THE CITY TO REPRESENT THE CITY, AND ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO MOVE TO LYNCHBURG AND TO OPEN THEIR COMPANIES.))
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Today was also the first official council meeting for Joan Foster.
Foster is the first woman elected to city council in eight years.
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The suicide of a South Carolina man could unlock the mysterious murders of three Virginia girls.
That's next on News 7.
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Plus something to think about on your commute tomorrow morning.
Driving aggressively could now get you a ticket.
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[Sports-preview]


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A South Carolina man who took his own life while eluding police may have a connection to at least three unsolved murders in Virginia.
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38 year old Richard (evan-itz) Evonitz committed suicide Thursday after leading police on a high speed chase in Florida. Authorities were attempting to arrest Evonitz for the rape and murder of a South Carolina girl when he killed himself.
While working that case-- police say they discovered evidence possibly linking Evonitz to the deaths of sisters Kristin and Kati Lisk and 16- year old Sofia Silva. Police say they'll now wait for D-N-A tests to determine whether he killed the Spotsylvania County girls.
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Police found newspaper clippings and some handwritten notes in his apartment about the slayings of the Lisk sisters and Sofia Silva.

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A man facing a six-million dollar wrongful death suit for the death of his wife is being hit with another lawsuit.
Mark Faville is being sued by Minnesota Life Insurance Company.

Court documents show the company paid more than 200-thousand dollars to Faville for the accidental death of his wife Mickey Faville in March of 2000. Now the company wants its money back, because the case is being investigated as a homicide.
Earlier this year, the Faville children sued their father, saying he drugged, beat and then strangled his wife after she decided to leave him.

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The government want to move the trial of former National D-Day Memorial Foundation President Richard Burrow to Lynchburg.
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Burrow was indicted on fraud charges in federal court in Roanoke. The case was assigned to Judge James Turk.
Now, the U-S Attorney wants the case moved to federal court in Lynchburg.
The government says it's not "judge shopping" -- it just wants the case tried a few miles closer to the D-Day Memorial.
Burrow's attorney says he hopes to keep the September trial date set in Roanoke.
Burrow is accused of lying to banks and donors to secure funds for the D-Day Memorial.
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A Roanoke man who told police he had been abducted at gunpoint has been charged with making a false report.
Michael Gene Turman said a man and a woman got into his car and ordered him to drive them around the city for an entire weekend last month.
Police now say Turman made up the story to cover his absence from home for the weekend and that he knew the man and woman who had been in his car.

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Just in time for the Fourth of July holiday, several new laws took effect today to help make Virginia roads safer.


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A new offense, aggressive driving, has been added to the books.
It is now a misdemeanor for motorists to tailgate or fail to observe lane markings with the intent of harassing or injuring another.
Aggressive drivers could face up to a year in jail and a twenty-five hundred dollar fine.
The new law was designed to provide authorities with an additional weapon for combatting road rage.
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Also, starting today, drivers with an open alcohol container in the passenger compartment who also show signs of drinking could get a fine of up to 250 dollars.
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[Motto]


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Virginia schools are now showing "In God We Trust."
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Starting today, public schools are required to post the National Motto in a prominent location in the building. The General Assembly passed the measure and Governor Warner signed the law in May. The National Motto poster is being provided by the Family Policy Network, a socially conservative, Christian organization It reads "In God We Trust, The National Motto, enacted by Congress in 1956"
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((PAM HIGGINBOTHAM/EASTERN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL; I THINK THEY WILL KIDS PICK UP ON A LOT OF THINGS WE HAVE A BIBLE CLUB AND PRAYER GROUP HERE AND KIDS WILL APPRECIATE IT THERE WILL BE MANY THAT WON'T NOTICE IT BUT SOME WILL AND THEY'LL REALLY APPRECIATE IT.))
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Family Policy Network is distributing about 32-hundred posters around the state. The group pushed for the new law for about two-years.
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Some say it's the only way out of poverty for millions of Chinese peasants.
We'll take you to maid school next on News 7.
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And later, a purposely sunk ship is paying dividends my attracting human and marine visitors alike.
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[Maid-School]


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A new maid-school in Beijing could help save millions of families there from destitution.
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Maids are becoming a household must-have for China's growing middle class. Women who are used to working on farms are now learning essential household skills at the Fuping School.
The ladies hope to land jobs as maids in the city. China is undergoing major social changes - largely due to countryside farmers falling into poverty. The school was set up by two economists who believe providing jobs in the city is the only salvation from poverty in the countryside.
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When looking for significant moisture this time of year, we watch for tropical development. But it is still early in the season, so instead let's check in with Leo Hirbrunner for the hot details of our July Almamanc.
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Appalachian and Carolina League highligths for ya, plus some high school basketball coaching changes and more from Ronde and Tiki Barber,
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But first our extra point. The Botetourt Wolves AAU 11 and under boys basketball team is back from its trip to nationals. Out of 27 teams, the Wolves finished 10th in the Division II national tournament in New Orleans. They were 2 and 1 in pool play and 3 and 2 in the tourney.
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Just two weeks into the Appalachian League season, the Pulaski Rangers lead the league's West Division. Last night the Rangers met up with the best team in the East--the Bluefield Orioles.
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To historic Calfee Park in Pulaski we go. We pick it up in the bottom of the second. Pulaski's Jason Guy slaps a double down the right field line. Chris Hamblen and Greg Buscher come across the plate and the Rangers led it 2-nothing.
Bluefield got a run back in the top of the third when Tom Joyce crushes a solo homerun over the right field wall to make it a 2 to 1 game.
The Orioles would play long ball again in the 5th. Dustin Yount delivers another dinger to right tying the
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game at 2. and Bluefield wins it 8-5.
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In Carolina league action yesterday, the Avalanche battled the Winston Salem Warthogs.
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Kids from various Camps all over southwestern Virginia showed up for Avalanche camp day at Salem Memorial.
To the action. In the top of the second the Warthogs Tommy Nicholson gets all of this pitch and sends it to the wall in center, the two bagger plates two runs as Eric Welsh and Jason Aspito come on down.
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The Avs get two back in the bottom of the fifth when Jorge Piedra cranks out a single to right and that scores a run to make it 3-1 Hogs.
Brad Hawpe reaches first on this bloop single to left, Cory Sullivan scores, Avs win it 4-3.
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The Braves won for the eleventh time in 12 games last night to increase their lead in the National League East to nine and a-half games over Montreal,
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their opponent this evening where some top notch Winston Cup drivers were on hand. That's Michael Waltrip and Dale Jarrett also showed up.
Montreal would take the early lead when Fernando Tatis tattoos this three-run homer that put the Expos ahead 4-to-1 in the top of the third.
But the Braves answer with Matt Franco. He hits his first career grand slam in the fifth.
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Franco is hitting .364 with four homers since being recalled from Triple-A Richmond May 29th.
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High school basketball will miss two top notch coaches next season.
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In Blacksburg, Bob Trear announced his retirement yesterday. The Indians finished as the state runner-ups this past season. Trear has been a teacher and coach for the past 35 years at Blacksburg, but now he hands over the reins of the Indians' program to assistant Doug Day. Day is a Blacksburg alum and former star at Radford.
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And the team that Blacksburg beat in the state tournament this season is looking for a new head coach. Laurel Park's Frank Scott has resigned his post at the Henry County school to become an assistant principal at Magna Vista.
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Former Roanoke Express star Tim Christian has been reunited with his old coach. Christian is the new assistant hockey coach under the first Express coach Frank Anzalone at Lake Superior State in Michigan.
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Christian played four and a half season with the Express and then a half season with the Toledo Storm. Christian is still the Express's all time leader in goals scored with 100. After retiring, he served as an Express volunteer assistant coach for a season. Christian has spent the last two years as the program director for hockey at the Ice Station. Tim is Lake Superior's second assistant.
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Ronde and Tiki Barbers fifth annual football camp included both Cave Spring and new Hidden Valley high school football players. Mike Stevens says each school can benefit from some teamwork.
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(( The new south county high school opens in less than 60 days. The building itself is actually still ahead of schedule. The construction of the first football team is still a work in progress. Brad Oliver, who attended the Barbers camp, played a back-up at Cave Spring last season - this year he will be the quarterback at Hidden Valley and the only player on the roster who has ever played on a Friday night. ((BRAD OLIVER:)) While Oliver and his teammates will have their own practice field they will share Bogle Field with the Knights for their seasonal games. They also will share the task of keeping a divided community form actually splitting in half. ((STEVE MAGENBAUER:)) ((BEN FOUTZ:)) Had the school been built a decade ago - the Barbers would have ended up at Hidden Valley. They understand both sides. ((TIKI BARBER:)) ((RONDE BARBER:)) The two schools won't play each other until 2003. Mike Stevens News 7 sports.))

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A tough day at Wimbledon for Jennifer Capriati. First, her match was delayed due to rain and then it was suspended because of darkness. It resumes tomorrow tied 6-1 and 3-6.
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Venus Williams won her 18th straight singles match at Wimbledon, routing Lisa Raymond in straight sets to reach the quarterfinals.
The two time defending champion and number one seed overpowered Raymond 6-1, 6-2 and needed just 47 minutes to win the match. Her sister Serena and Monica Seles also advanced.
On the men's side, England's Tim Henman defeated Michel Kratochvil (krot-ick-vil) in five sets 7-6, 6-7, 4-6, 6-3 and 6-2 to reach the quarterfinals. Henman is trying to become the first British player in 66 years to win the men's title.
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In its first week as a new reef open to the public, a sunken Navy ship is a big attraction.
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Florida Keys officials say the ship attracted more than one thousand divers in its first week.
Besides people, marine life is flocking to the new reef, situated about six miles off Key Largo. Coralline algae is already encrusting the ship, forming the foundation for development of sponges, corals and other invertebrates.
Schools of fish have taken up residence.
The reef opened June 24th, five weeks after a mishap left it capsized with its upside-down bow protruding from the sea.
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