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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom. More rain is expected through much of the day.
Brent Watts will have your complete forecast in just a few minutes.





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A Bedford County elementary school is battling a bacteria-related problem. The county's school superintendent says coliform bacteria was recently detected in the water supply at Montvale elementary.
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A letter went out to parents on Friday about the problem The school uses public water and the superintendent says no one's gotten sick.
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Superintendent Jim Blevins says the problem is that Montvale Elementary isn't using enough water. He says as the water sits in the water lines waiting to be used-- the chlorine in it loses its effectiveness. The school plans to now flush the water lines once a week in hopes of resolving the problem. In the meantime-- students will be using bottled water.

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The two D-C sniper suspects are now facing charges in Virginia...for capital murder and terrorism.
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In addition to murder charges already filed in Maryland, 41-year-old John Allen Muhammed and 17-year-old John Lee Malvo were indicted yesterday in Hanover and Spotsylvania Counties.
Hanover prosecutors also charged the two with terrorism-related counts.
[SUPER=03-Richmond]

Attorney General Jerry Kilgore says the men's shooting spree, which killed ten people and wounded three, qualifies as terrorism under the state's new law.
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Kilgore says an advantage of the new anti-terrorism law is that prosecutors do not have to name the trigger man in order to seek the death penalty.
He also says Virginia should get the first shot at trying the two suspects.
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Child molester Tony Leyva's is back in Roanoke.
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He was released from prison last Spring, having maxed out his sentence under the old parole guidelines. Two weeks ago he moved to Puerto Rico, but authorities there refused to supervise a man who'd run an interstate child prostitution ring under the guise of conducting Pentecostal revivals. Now Leyva's back at the Jefferson Lodge in downtown Roanoke, having checked in Sunday. Probation and Parole chief Paul Kiser says, "there's been no discussion about putting in for another transfer."
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom. It's already damp out there, and chances are you'll see even wetter conditions later in the day.
Brent Watts has your complete forecast in just a few minutes.






[55-11Henry-Murder]


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Investigators in Henry County want to talk to two men they call witnesses in a weekend shooting death.
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The victim is 25-year-old Charles Antwan Saunders-
He was found shot once in the head inside his Fieldale home early Sunday morning.
Investigators are trying to retrace Saunders' last 24 hours and they want to talk to anyone who saw him.
They've also released composite sketches of two men seen near his home.
One's described as about 6 feet tall, 160 pounds, wearing a black stocking cap.
The other's described as 5 feet 7, 135 pounds... also wearing a stocking cap.
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Witnesses also saw a 1980s black Ford Bronco with a gray stripe.
If you have any information, you're asked to call the Henry County Sheriff's Department at 276 - 638 - 8751.
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Meanwhile in Danville, police say they have suspects in the shooting death of 21-year-old Harold Baize Junior, who died of multiple gunshot wounds to the chest.
Police say the bullets pierced his car as he drove near Green Street early Sunday.

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A tractor trailer driver is facing charges-- after overturning his rig on Route 220 .. an accident backed up traffic for miles in both directions.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

The accident happened near Boones Mill yesterday afternoon. Traffic was tied up for about five and a half hours after the tractor trailer flipped-- blocking both northbound lanes. The driver was hauling wood chips from Patrick County to Covington around one o'clock, when the truck's load shifted.


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((TROOPER DAVID CEPELNIK/STATE POLICE; COMING AROUND THE CURVE THERE, HIS LOAD SHIFTED JUST THROUGH THE CURVE WHICH CAUSED HIM TO HIT THE EMBANKMENT AND OVERTURN.)) [BUTT BUTT BUTT 15:06:45] ((...HE WAS DOING THE SPEED LIMIT OR A LITTLE BIT BELOW BUT FOR THE SPEED LIMIT OF THE CURVE, IT WAS A LITTLE EXCESSIVE. ))
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State police have charged the driver, Jerry Byrd with failure to maintain control of his truck.
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An electrical manlfunction is cited as the cause .. for last week's big blaze at a Roanoke warehouse.
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Evidence confirms the initial belief that it began in the basement. Total damages are estimated at 500-thousand dollars. Because of contractual questions and structural issues, fire officials say for now, the remainder of the warehouse will not be demolished. Salem Avenue has re-opened to drivers. Norfolk Avenue will remain closed until all the debris is removed.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Rainy weather continues today, so give yourself some extra time on the roads.
Brent Watts will join us with the complete forecast, in just a few minutes.





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The water supply at Montvale Elementary contains coliform bacteria.
That's according to the superintendent of Bedford County Schools.
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A letter went out to parents on Friday about the problem The school uses public water and the superintendent says no one's gotten sick.
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Superintendent Jim Blevins says the problem is that Montvale Elementary isn't using enough water. He says as the water sits in the water lines waiting to be used-- the chlorine in it loses its effectiveness. The school plans to now flush the water lines once a week in hopes of resolving the problem. In the meantime-- students will be using bottled water.

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Investigators have ruled a Virginia Tech student's death a suicide.
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18-year-old Ryan Evans fell from his seventh floor dorm room Saturday night.
A medical examiner ruled Evans died from injuries from the fall.
Police have ruled out foul play, an accident, or faulty windows.
Evans was from Stafford.
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The old Parkway Motel was torn down a year ago to make way for a new Land Rover dealership in Roanoke County-- and now the dealership plans to be even BIGGER.
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Now the Buck Mountain Grille- -which was once part of the motel- -will also be razed, so the luxury car showroom and service center can be that much bigger. Al Mazzarella has been the proprietor of the restaurant for nearly eight years. He had already sold his new neighbors land behind the restaurant and had begun to see himself hemmed in by the giant dealership.
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((WE CLOSED THE RESTAURANT A WEEK AGO, AND WE WERE LOOKING AT A NEW LOCATION, AND THAT'S WHEN THIS BUILDING BECAME AVAILABLE. AND WE'RE VERY EXCITED ABOUT IT, BECAUSE IT'S VERY CLOSE TO TOWN.))
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Mazzarella has plans to re-open under the same name in the old Pizza Den on Franklin Road- -within the Roanoke city limits. He hopes to be back in business in about six weeks- -in a smaller, but he says "cozier" place- -with a new menu. Meanwhile, what started out as a Land Rover dealership has added Mercedes, Jaguar and Volvo to its product lines. AND the county is just days away from granting approval for actual construction.
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Roanoke County Economic Development Director Doug Chittum predicts it'll be open for business by next Summer.


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