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A court appearance today for two men charged with capital murder.
They were indicted Friday for allegedly shooting and killing a Lynchburg couple in April.
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And we'll have a live update on the conditions of those rescued Pennsylvania coal miners.


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Partly sunny skies will allow temperatures to soar well into the 90s...then add the humidity...it will feel more like 100-105 degrees...How long will this heat last...I'll have your forecast....
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...

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Inner strength and a strong will-- that's what doctors say allowed the nine coal miners in Pennsylvania to survive their underground ordeal.
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[Coal-Mine]


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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
They have seen the sun rise for the first time in three days.
One of the nine coal miners rescued over the weekend said there were times when he thought he might never see the sun rise again.
While most of the miners have already returned home, two more will be released from the hospital today.
Doctors say the men are in good spirits and can't wait to get home to their families.
But they add the miners' bonds to each other remain strong -- after relying on each other to survive.
Chris Lawrence is in Pennsylvania this afternoon, and joins us now with the latest.
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(( Nat Sound: (Miner brought out.)
Hard work and an undying commitment to a happy ending.. paid off. Nine miners pulled alive from their icy prison early Sunday morning are in remarkable condition after spending 77 hours in a flooded underground chamber.

SOT: Dr. Russell Dumire/Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center

"It's just a testament to their resolve and their inner strength, I mean these people had the inner will to go on and I think that's what pulled them through."
At one point the men tied themselves together to keep from drifting apart. Despite suffering from hunger, dehydration and mild hypothermia, most of the men have been released from the hospital.

SOT: Dr. Russell Dumire/Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center

"They knew the risk when they went in ..they took the risk and saved themselves.
Throughout the ordeal the miners say they stayed strong by focusing on their families. At the same time, the reality of the situation was not far away.

SOT: Blaine Mayhugh/Trapped Miner

"The water started rising and we was running out of room so I asked the boss if he had a pen and he knew what for I said well I want to write my wife and kids to tell them I love them."
The miners were saved by crews 240 feet above, who pumped hot air down a shaft while rescue the tunnels were drilled. As each man emerged from the hole that held them captive for more than 3 days, they were greeted by cheers from workers who had put their engineering skills to work and their hearts into looking for a miracle. ))

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A Roanoke County company played an important role in the miner's rescue.
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Ingersoll-Rand assembled and delivered the drill and drill bits that dug them out.
After ANOTHER company's drill bit broke on Friday, plant employees scrambled to get THEIR equipment up to rescuers.
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Meanwhile, the plant laid off hundreds of workers in 2000, but about 40 remain to assemble the drilling equipment.
The facility's Engineering and Marketing director says everybody in the facility is proud of their contributions.


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[Brown-Winston]


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Two men charged with a double murder in Lynchburg in April made their first court appearance this morning.
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Kevin Eugene Brown and Leon Jermaine Winston.. both 22.. each face eight felony charges including capital murder.
They were indicted Friday for the shooting deaths of Anthony and Rhonda Robinson in their home April 19th.
Both men told the judge they couldn't afford to hire their own attorney.
Jamie Angel and Scott DeBruin were appointed to represent Kevin Brown.. Leigh (lee) Drewry and Glenn Berger were appointed to Leon Winston.
A trial date will be set in September.
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[Valley-Water]


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Some long- range planning has begun in search of solutions to the water shortage. The Roanoke Valley- Alleghany Regional Commission has hired an engineering firm to study the region's water needs.

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The 100-thousand- dollar contract awarded to Black and Veatch (veech) is designed to take stock of water supply and demand for the next half century.
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((AND I THINK WHAT YOU'LL HAVE OUT OF THIS STUDY IS A VERY GOOD BASE LINE, A VERY GOOD SENSE OF WHAT YOU HAVE IN A REGIONAL SENSE. THAT THE DEMANDS ARE IN THE YEAR 2050, A BETTER IDEA OF WHEN TO EXPECT EFFICIENCIES.))
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The next step is to set priorities.
Will it take additional reservoirs to serve the region?
Does it make sense to inter-connect water systems that serve the various local governments?
Some answers are due in about six months.
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[Ukraine-Crash]


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Pilot error and poor planning--
That's what a prosecutor in Ukraine says caused a deadly plane crash during an air show.
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83- people were killed when a military plane crashed into a crowd of spectators on Saturday.
The pilots were performing stunts directly over the crowd.
Today, hundreds came out to a memorial service to remember the victims.
This was the world's worst air- show disaster ever, far surpassing the 1988 accident at a U-S Air Force Base in Germany that killed 70 people.
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[Bridge-Repair]


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Beginning today, vehicles will again cross a bridge over the Arkansas River--
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Last May, the bridge in eastern Oklahoma collapsed when a towboat pushing two barges slammed into the bridge.
14- people were killed.
Repairs to the bridge are now complete.
The span is re- opening today, more than 10 days ahead of schedule.
The repairs cost nearly 30- million dollars, twice the original estimate.
Meanwhile, victims of the deadly collapse will be remembered today during a ceremony.
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[Jackson-Arafat]


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The Reverend Jesse Jackson is in the Middle East, encouraging both Israelis and the Palestinians to sit down and talk about a peace deal.
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This morning, Jackson met with Palestinian leader Yassar Arafat at his headquarters in Ramallah.
Jackson pressed Arafat to stop the terror attacks, and focus on non-violent resolutions.
Unlike the U-S administration, Jackson say he's supporting Arafat as the elected leader of the Palestinians.
He spoke to a group of Palestinian Christians in Jerusalem.
Jackson is leading a religious delegation on a five-day tour of the region.
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Coming up next on a newscast we will see why a demolished church is helping to rebuild a community,
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Also Pope John Paul leaves Canada, but he is still not heading home. We'll tell you what is next on his agenda, after this break.
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[Pope]


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The Pope finishes up a visit to Canada for World Youth Day.
He's now heading to Guatemala and Mexico City.
Jennifer Miller takes a look at how Pope John Paul, the Second is being received during this difficult time for the Catholic church.
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(( AFTER SURPRISING CATHOLIC FOLLOWERS WITH HIS ENERGY AND SPIRIT ... POPE JOHN PAUL THE SECOND BID FAREWELL TO HIS FRIENDS IN CANADA ... AND HEADED FOR LATIN AMERICA. BUT AS HE LEAVES TORONTO HE DOES NOT ESCAPE THE CRITCISM OVER HOW THE CHURCH HAS HANDLED SEXUAL ABUSE BY PRIESTS. BUT HE DID ACKNOWLEDGE THE PROBLEM DURING SUNDAY MASS.
NATS OF PJPII: (:04) "Do not be discouraged..."
THE HOLY FATHER REFERRED TO PRIESTS WHO HAVE HURT THE YOUNG AND VULNERABLE. AND USED A WORD -- ...HE HAS NEVER CHOSEN BEFORE.
FRANCIS CARDINAL GEORGE/ ARCHBISHOP OF CHICAGO "He added shame, which I'm glad he did because it does shame us all."
BUT THE POPE WARNED CATHOLICS NOT TO THROW THEIR FAITH AWAY BECAUSE OF THESE PROBLEMS. REMINDING THEM OF THE MAJORITY OF PRIESTS WHO ARE DEDICATED AND GENEROUS. VICTIMS' ADVOCATES, HOWEVER, SAY HE DIDNT USE THE WORDS OF CONTRITION THEY HAD HOPED TO HEAR:
NANCY MAYER/LINKUP-CANADA ... VICTIMS' ADVOCATE 01:53:31WERE DISAPPOINTED THAT HE DIDNT TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO APOLOGIZE TO THE VICTIMS.

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ALTHOUGH SOME CRITICIZE THE POPE'S MESSAGE, MANY ARE GLAD HE WAS STRONG ENOUGH TO DELIVER IT IN ITS ENTIRETY. HERE IN TORONTO, THE ADORATION OF THE YOUTH HAS CLEARLY INVIGORATED HIM.

(NATS OF CROWDS AT MASS CHEERING ON THE POPE "JOHN PAUL WE LOVE YOU")


STANDUP CLOSE: THE POPE'S NEXT STOP IS GUATAMALA CITY ... THE POPE WILL BE CANNONIZING CENTRAL AMERICA'S FIRST SAINT ... AT A CEREMONY TOMORROW. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, TORONTO.))

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Four months after a tornado ripped through Central Virginia.
One of the structures destroyed by the storm was a local church.
As Justin McLeod tell us, the storm may have torn down its facility, but it also helped it rebuild the community.

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((((NAT SOUND OF SINGING A PRAYER; ))
The enthusiasm here at Lawyers Missionary Baptist Church shines brightly these days.
In many ways, they're prayers have been answered.
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((REV. CARLTON JOHNSON/MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH: I KNOW THAT GOD CAN BRING GOOD OUT OF ANY SITUATION.))
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That situation began in late April.
A tornado swept through the church, collapsing the walls and blowing off the roof.
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((MARLO DAVIS/CHURCH MEMBER: THE CHURCH BUILDING IS A BUILDING. OUR CHURCH IS IN HER HEARTS SO WE HAVE BEEN JUST BLESSED.))
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Blessed because of the support of nearby Timberlake United Methodist Church.
Shortly after the tornado, Timberlake invited Lawyers Missionary to move into an unused sanctuary.
The church has worshiped here ever since.
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((REV. LARRY DAVIES/TIMBERLAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: WE'VE HAD A GOSPEL SING. WE HELPED THEM WITH A REVIVAL. WE'VE HAD SOME LUNCHES TOGETHER. IT'S BEEN EXCITING. WE, REALLY BOTH OF US I THINK HAVE LEARN A LOT FROM THE EXPERIENCE. WE'RE ALMOST NOT SURE WE WANT THEM TO GO.))
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But one day they will go.
Lawyers Missionary plans to begin rebuilding sometime this fall.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THIS IS WHAT REMAINS OF MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH. CONTRACTORS CAME IN THE MONTHS AFTER THE STORM AND REMOVED WHAT WAS LEFT OF THE BUILDING. NOW THE CHURCH HOPES TO REBUILD AND EVEN EXPAND ON THIS SITE BUT THEY FIRST NEED MONEY TO DO SO.))
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((NAT SOUND OF PASTOR AT PODIUM "THANK YOU FOR BEING GOD" 17:03))
The church has received 12,000 dollars in donations and another 71,000 thousand dollars in insurance money.
But it will take another several hundred thousand dollars to rebuild the church.
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((REV. CARLTON JOHNSON/LAWYERS BAPTIST CHURCH: JUST LIKE THE LORD MADE A WAY FOR US TO WORSHIP HE IS GOING TO SUPPLY ALL THE FUNDS THAT WE NEED.))
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It is a need made easier thanks to the generosity of one church, and the faith of another. ((NAT SOUND OF MUSIC))
Justin McLeod, News 7, Campbell County. ))

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The church that offered its facilities just recently helped prevent a suicide.
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Timberlake United Methodist runs a prayer network on its website sowing-seeds-of-faith dot com.
Recently a woman from Illinois e-mailed the prayer chain threatening to commit suicide.
That is when area church members sprang into action.
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((GEORGE HATMAKER/ASSOCIATE PASTOR: I WENT DIRECTLY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN THE STATE THAT SHE WAS IN AND I WAS ABLE TO FIND A PHONE NUMBER AND AN ADDRESS AND REACH A LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL IN HER CITY. I CONTACTED THEM, THEY WERE DISPATCHED. I GOT THROUGH THE PHONE LINE TO HER AND TALKED PERSONALLY WITH HER AND PRAYED WITH HER.))
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The woman is doing fine and credits the prayer chain with saving her life.
Making this story even more amazing is the fact that flooding had knocked out most of the phone service in that area when the call for help went out.
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Coming up next on the newscast, Leo will let us know how hot it's going to get.
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and hot was the key word yesterday in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After this break we will tell you why the people there may want to consider buying the world's largest bottle of antacid.
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It's enough to make the Taco Bell chihuahua envious--
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Hundreds gathered in Albuquerque, New Mexico yesterday to try to break the Guiness record for the largest TACO.
This contest is NOT meant for neat freaks--
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((INTERESTING...A LITTLE ON THE MESSY SIDE. MY GRANDMOTHER JUST SAID IT WAS KIND OF LIKE MAKING A MUD PIE.))
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Organizers say the Taco Grande Team used over 700 pounds of beans to make what they hoped would be an over two-thousand pound taco.
Judges will make a final decision soon on whether the taco broke the previous record of 11-hundred- 44 pounds set two years ago in Houston.
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Servings of the taco were sold for a dollar each, with proceeds benefiting over a dozen local charities.

[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 313 points. The NASDAQ has gained 43.

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Still ahead in sports, the Redskins prepare for a major road trip .. to Japan.
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And Number 9 wins number 5 at what becomes the Pocono 425.
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Bill Elliott heads for Indianapolis with another victory at Pocono under his belt.
Elliott was in the lead when darkness forced NASCAR to shorten the Pennsylvania 500 to 425 miles.
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The race was red- flagged twice early on.
The first time after the very first lap.
Steve Park tried to squeeze past Rusty Wallace, but couldn't quite make it.
That triggered this ugly wreck between Park and teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Park's car gets pushed into the guard rail, and he flipped several times.
Luckily, both Junior and Park were o-k.
But it took about an hour to repair the guard rail.
22 laps later, rain delayed the race for nearly two hours.
After a long wait, Bill Elliott got past Sterling Marlin with just 19 laps to go.
Elliott hangs on for his 1st win of the season and a record 5th victory at Pocono.
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[Armstrong]


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Six years ago, Lance Armstrong beat the odds against cancer.
This morning the 30- year- old Texan is savoring the victory over another tough challenge, the Tour De France.
Tom Fenton has the story.
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((

SCRIPT There was never much doubt that this phenomenal American would win his fourth Tour de France. Lance Armstrong is the greatest bicycle racer to come out of America. Even the French salute him.
As always, Armstrong won the grueling, three-week Tour by being the fastest uphill racer in the business. A competitor who failed to keep up with him says Armstrong has legs like a jackhammer.
He also has guts and fitness. The body that he remade after his long fight with testicular cancer is at the peak of its form.
As he rolled across the final finish line deep in the pack of cyclists' observers were betting that this great athlete will go on to win five or even six Tours de France.
Armstrong is not making any predictions.

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TO WIN FOUR YEARS IN A ROW IS AWSOME.
But his secret is organization and focus. Asked when he would start preparing for the next season, Armstrong replied, "I've already started." Tom Fenton, CBS News, London ))

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The Washington Redskins are beginning a second week of training camp under first-year head coach Steve Spurrier.
And so far, the coach and his players seem to be hitting it off.
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[OUT Q=...make them the next time."]
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The Skins only have a couple of practices this week as they leave for Japan on Wednesday. Mike Stevens will have more on the Japanese influence on camp tonight night on News 7 at Six.
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