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A 2001 graduate of Virginia Tech's Corps of Cadets has become the Commonwealth's latest casualty of war.
Pentagon officials say Second Lieutenant Jeffrey J- Kaylor was killed Monday in a grenade attack.
A member of the Cadet Corps says Kaylor was an adviser to his fraternity and a serious student.
The 24- year- old had been living in Fairfax County.
Kaylor leaves behind a wife, who was also in the R-O-T-C program, and has been serving in the Persian Gulf.

[7-11Williams]


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A Bedford County man has been found guilty of a bank robbery that occured last fall.
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32-year-old Kevin Vaden Williams was arrested last October after he held up this B-B-and-T bank branch on Timberlake Road.
Williams told the teller he had a gun, but never displayed one.
A witness saw him with a firearm later that evening.
He got away with about 32-hundred dollars.
Williams pleaded guilty to the bank robbery charge yesterday.. he was also found guilty of a firearms charge.
He'll be sentenced in July.
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[7-11Northwest]


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Northwest Airlines has opened a new jet service between Detroit and Roanoke.
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The airline is now using Canadair Regional jets on this route, with seats for 50 passengers.
That's 16 more seats than the usual prop plane.
Airport officials say they are grateful for the additional service in this time of cutbacks.
They hope that this addition will eventually result in more jets being used in regional service.
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[7-11Yellow-Cab]


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A February snowstorm damaged the Yellow Cab Building, but the owners say their company AND their landmark sign will survive.
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The snow and ice caused roof supports to buckle, and the Yellow Cab building was damaged beyond repair.
It's now slated to come down within a month, but owners Bill and Steve Roberts plan to move the sign to another building they own nearby.
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((STEVE ROBERTS/YELLOW CAB CO.; REMEMBER JUST AS CHILDREN OUR FATHER COMING HOME AT NIGHT TALKING ABOUT THE CAB COMPANY, THE PEOPLE WHO WORKED HERE AND THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE WORKED HERE OVER THE YEARS. IT HAS BEEN QUITE A HISTORY.)) ((BILL ROBERTS/YELLOW CAB CO.; WE'RE HAPPY TO SAY AND ANNOUNCE THAT THIS SIGN WILL BE RELIGHTED WITHIN TWO WEEKS ON THE BUILDING BEHIND ME. WE'RE GOING TO KEEP IT HERE WITH OUR SERVICE AS WE PLAN TO CONTINUE OPERATIONS AS WE HAVE.))
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The Roberts brothers say they are sad to lose a building that's been part of the family business for 75 years, but they say they're proud of employees who have kept the cab company operating during a difficult time.
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[45-11Marshall]


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A Carroll County man is accused of a murder in North Carolina.
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[TAKE PINNACLE FULL]
Doyle Michael Marshall, Junior, of Cana was arrested yesterday.
Deputies say he stabbed a man to death in Surry County, North Carolina on Saturday.
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Joe Albert Hatcher, Junior died of a single stab wound to his left chest.
Marshall is being held without bond in the Surry County Detention Center.

[45-11Bramblett]


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Earl Bramblett will be executed tonight, unless his final appeals are successful.
He still says he didn't do it.
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Bramblett was convicted in 1997 of killing Blaine and Teresa Hodges and their two young daughters,
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then burning down their house. He's choosing to be electrocuted instead of of lethal injection to protest what he calls unfair treatment by the legal system. If his final appeals to the U-S Supreme Court and Governor Mark Warner are denied, he will be the third person in Virginia electrocuted since prisoners were given a choice in 1995.
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[45-11Dublin-Fire]


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Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of Monday night's church fire in Dublin.
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Firefighters say most of the damage was in the oldest section of the Dublin United Methodist Church on East Main Street, which was built back in the late 1800s. Church leaders say they were using the area for storage, and while they can't replace its historical value, they do plan to rebuild.
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[45-11Aerial]


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A patrick County company is working overtime to help keep our armed forces fully equiped.
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Aerial makes products that are being used by the military everyday during the conflict. The company's 130-employees use precision and technical sewing to make things like harnesses and deployment bags.
They also have machinery to make hardware items such as search and rescue hooks and night vision goggle clips.
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((JOHN MARCACCIO/AERIAL PRESIDENT; WE DO A LOT FOR HELICOPTER PILOTS FIGHTER PILOTS THE SURVIVAL VESTS, WE DO HARNESSES RETENTION HARNESSES WE ALSO DO A LOT FOR AIR DELIVERY SYSTEMS.)) ((ERMA PUCKETT/SEWING MACHINE OPERATOR; WE WANT TO DO ALL WE CAN FOR THEM I FEEL LIKE THAT'S MY PART THAT'S ALL I CAN DO YOU KNOW MAKE A GOOD PRODUCT FOR THEM SO I FEEL LIKE I'M DOING MY PART.))
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About 70-percent of Aerial's work comes directly from the U-S Department of Defense. Officials say they're are working overtime to fill orders and they say products used by special operations forces are in the highest demand.
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[8-tech-grad]


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A 2001 graduate of Virginia Tech's Corps of Cadets has become the Commonwealth's latest casualty of war.
Pentagon officials say Second Lieutenant Jeffrey J- Kaylor was killed Monday in a grenade attack.
A member of the Cadet Corps says Kaylor was an adviser to his fraternity and a serious student.
The 24- year- old had been living in Fairfax County.
Kaylor leaves behind a wife, who was also in the R-O-T-C program, and has been serving in the Persian Gulf.

[8-11Yellow-Cab]


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A February snowstorm damaged the Yellow Cab Building, but their landmark neon sign is still shining.
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The snow and ice caused roof supports to buckle, and the Yellow Cab building was damaged beyond repair.
It's now slated to come down within a month, but owners Bill and Steve Roberts plan to move the sign to another building they own nearby.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Remember]

((STEVE ROBERTS/YELLOW CAB CO.; REMEMBER JUST AS CHILDREN OUR FATHER COMING HOME AT NIGHT TALKING ABOUT THE CAB COMPANY, THE PEOPLE WHO WORKED HERE AND THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE WORKED HERE OVER THE YEARS. IT HAS BEEN QUITE A HISTORY.)) ((BILL ROBERTS/YELLOW CAB CO.; WE'RE HAPPY TO SAY AND ANNOUNCE THAT THIS SIGN WILL BE RELIGHTED WITHIN TWO WEEKS ON THE BUILDING BEHIND ME. WE'RE GOING TO KEEP IT HERE WITH OUR SERVICE AS WE PLAN TO CONTINUE OPERATIONS AS WE HAVE.))
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The Roberts brothers say they are sad to lose a building that's been part of the family business for 75 years, but they say they're proud of employees who have kept the cab company operating during a difficult time.
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[8-6-Project-Exile]


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Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine is criticizing House Republicans for taking money away from a program that he says helps prosecutors keep violent criminals behind bars.
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Kaine says the House's decision to cut 223-thousand dollars for Project Exile was short-sighted and irresponsible.
Project Exile pays for specialized prosecutors for offenders using guns.
It also funds advertising to increase public awareness of the additional penalties for illegal gun use.
Kaine says the cut in funding for Project Exile has already forced Roanoke's Commonwealth Attorney's office to eliminate one prosecutor position.
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House Majority Leader Morgan Griffith says he supports the program.
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