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Coming up on News 7,

Some Roanoke parks are finally starting to spruce up, months after flooding created a swampy mess.
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And the Roanoke City School System is taking a closer look at how it reports crime and violence in the schools.
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In sports, rain plays havoc with the Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament, and
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one of the nation's most prestigious football camps comes to Blacksburg.
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The clouds, rain and cool temperatures are here to stay, at least for the rest of the weekend. We'll even add some fog overnight.
There is some sunshine in sight. I'll show you when in the 7-Day Planner.
News 7 is next[Open]
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((MOTHER NATURE HAS A REALLY INSPIRED WAY OF MAKING THINGS HAPPEN.))
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Nearly two months after the Roanoke River flooded a city park, there's still debris to be cleared.
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Good evening, I'm Joy Sutton in for Teresa Hamilton.

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Smith Park is still feeling the effects of flood damage, and just recently became fully operational. And as Jennifer Wishon explains, the park is getting back on its feet just in time.
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((((1:50:13:16 - NAT OF RAIN)) It's been nearly two months since flooding along the Roanoke River caused damage in Smith Park. These picnic shelters are popular for reunions and the paths are often used for charity walks. Diane Freeman is a volunteer for Saturday's Children's Miracle Association walk and was concerned about being able to use the park.
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((DIANE FREEMAN: THERE FOR A WHILE IT WAS TOUCH AND GO BECAUSE WE HAD THE FLOOD AND THE ROAD WAS NOT IN VERY GOOD SHAPE AND THE BRIDGES WERE CLOSED OFF.))
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Freeman says she made frequent visits to the park see if things were getting better.
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((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: LOW LYING BRIDGES THAT PROVIDE ACCESS TO SMITH PARK WERE DAMAGED BY FLOOD WATERS BACK IN MARCH. PARKS AND RECREATION OFFICIALS WEREN'T SURE WHEN THEY'D GET THE BRIDGE REOPENED. THAT'S UNTIL THEY GOT SOME GOOD NEWS ON MONDAY.))
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((STEVE BUSCHORE/ROANOKE PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTOR: ONCE WE FOUND OUT OUR AMOUNT OF TIME AND ENERGY WOULD BE REIMBURSED WE WENT RIGHT TO WORK IN GETTING IT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.))
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Parks and Recreation workers fixed damaged trash receptacles and picnic tables. They cleared roads, but the riverway is still littered with debris.
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((STEVE BUSCHORE/ROANOKE PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTOR: THERE ARE OBVIOUSLY AREAS OF DEBRIS THAT NEED TO BE REMOVED AND THOSE AREAS THAT NEED TO BE REMOVED WILL BE REMOVED BY CONTRACT FORCES.))
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That's where the Federal Emergency Management Agency comes in to play. Buschore says FEMA officials are in town to assess the damage. After that is complete, the city will award contracts to restore the park to its old self. For Diane Freeman it's a miracle the park is operational at all.
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((DIANE FREEMAN: THEY GOT A LOT OF THE TRASH UP. THERE WAS STILL SOME TRASH, BUT IT WAS NOTHING COMPARED TO WHAT IT HAD BEEN.))
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Park officials hope there's no comparison between the way the park looks now and the way it will look when they finish cleaning up. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Roanoke City Schools are asking the state Department of Education for guidance, as the school system tries to do a better job of classifying and reporting serious incidents.
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State law requires each school division to submit a discipline, crime and violence report, and the Roanoke City schools recently corrected statistics for the 2001- 2002 school year.
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Earlier this week, the Executive for Student Services Annie Harman said the school system is trying to be more consistent in how it classifies serious incidents. Administrators will meet with state officials next week.
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((ANNIE HARMAN/EXECUTIVE FOR STUDENT SERVICES: WHAT YOU AND I MAY CALL A FIGHT, ANOTHER SCHOOL OR ANOTHER SCHOOL SYSTEM MAY CALL AN ASSAULT. IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT THE STATE HELP US DEFINE WHAT AN ASSAULT IS, WHAT A FIGHT IS, WHAT DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR IS, BECAUSE ALL OF THOSE THINGS CAN FIT INTO DIFFERENT CATEGORIES, .))
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At a school board meeting earlier this week, Patrick Henry PTSA President Alice Hincker alleged that even the updated statistics are incorrect.
After reviewing the report, Harman says she stands by the numbers.
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[Clarke]


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Two-term Republican incumbent Steve Newman will have a fight on his hands, now that Democrat Bob Clarke says he's running for the 23rd District state senate seat.
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Clarke made his first campaign appearance today at the Workforce Center in Lynchburg.
He's the president and C-E-O of Southern Air, a leading mechanical and electrical contractor in Virginia.
Now Clarke says he's ready for a new challenge.
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((BOB CLARKE/D-23RD DIST. SENATE CANDIDATE: THE DECISION TO ENTER POLITICS HAS NOT BEEN AN EASY ONE FOR ME. YET AFTER A GREAT DEAL OF TALK WITH ELLIOT AND RODNEY AND A LOT OF OTHER PEOPLE, I REALIZED THAT MY WORK EXPERIENCE AND MY COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES PROVIDE ME WITH INSIGHT THAT COULD BENEFIT THE PEOPLE OF OUR STATE.))
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This is Clarke's first foray into politics.
Democrats will nominate their candidate May 31st.
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Government and law enforcement officials had to answer some tough questions from a younger crowd today.
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The Salem Mayor's Youth Council took place at Salem High School. It was a chance for Salem City students and some visiting Roanoke students to ask tough questions. Panels discussed the importance of teen input, laws that affect young people and the separation of church and state. Salem Mayor Sonny (Tarp-LEE) Tarpley says other cities can learn from the relationship Salem has with its youth.
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((SONNY TARPLEY/SALEM MAYOR: I'M SURE IF THEY JUST REACH THEIR HAND OUT THEY'LL FIND OUT JUST HOW WILLING THEIR YOUTH ARE TO PARTICIPATE IN EVENTS LIKE THIS AND IT'S BEEN A REWARDING THING. I THINK I'VE GAINED PERSONALLY OUT OF THIS))
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About thirty students participated in the discussions. The Youth Council Mayor says he's learned a lot about civic responsibility throughout the process.
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While shoppers where spending their money today, some local groups were raising cash at Valley View Mall.
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The Southernettes Baton Corp is just one several groups that performed in the sixth annual Muscles in Motion event.

It's a fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
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((ALL OF THE MONEY THAT'S RAISED STAYS RIGHT THERE. IT HELPS US SEND KIDS TO SUMMER CAMP AT SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE. 500-HUNDRED DOLLARS PER KID. SO 3-THOUSAND DOLLARS SENDS SIX KIDS TO CAMP))
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Universal Kempo-Karate raised 3-thousand dollars by holding a spar-a-thon last night.
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((I LOVE DOING THIS. IT'S A GREAT FEELING TO BE HELPING SOMEONE. OUR SLOGAN FOR OUR SPAR-A-THAN IS ALWAYS WE KICK FOR KIDS WHO CAN'T. IT'S FUN TO KNOW WE'RE SENDING KIDS OUT TO THIS CAMP AND HELPING THEM OUT))
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The MDA says because of community support it will be able to send 28 kids to camp this year.
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a not-so-little tavern has some big ideas. The details are still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And new information about the plane crash that killed 21 in Charlotte. It adds more weight to a growing debate.
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There are new indications today that weight may have played a significant role in a Charlotte plane crash four months ago that killed all 21 aboard.
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The Charlotte Observer reports that the pilot filled out a dispatch form listing the plane's total weight at just two pounds below its permitted maximum. The crash has prompted federal officials to increase estimates of how much passengers and their luggage weigh, changes designed to help better determine whether a plane is overloaded. The National Transportation Safety Board has scheduled a hearing on the crash Tuesday in Washington.
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Governor Warner makes speeding his business -- and new, high paying jobs are coming to Lynchburg. News 7's Rachel Cannon has those stories and more in this week's Business Review.
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Governor Mark Warner signed new legislation into law that will increase fines for speeders.
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One of Central Virginia's largest employers is expanding again. Over the next three years, Framatome Advanced Nuclear Power will invest 32 million dollars to expand its Lynchburg headquarters and its plant in Campbell County.
Three-hundred high-paying jobs are being created.
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((MIKE DAVIDSON/CAMPBELL CO. ECONOMIC DEV. DIRECTOR: ABOVE THE AVERAGE HOURLY WAGE IN THE REGION 2000 AREA AND WE'RE VERY DELIGHTED TO HAVE THAT KIND OF IMPACT BECAUSE IT DOES HELP TO CONTINUE TO INCREASE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE CITIZENS OF CAMPBELL COUNTY AND THE SURROUNDING REGION.))
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Framatome provides components, fuel and engineering services for nuclear power plants around the world. It employs about 1500 people. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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Finally, Advance Auto parts is reporting string first quarter results. Its grows margin climbed as did comparable store sales. For News 7, I'm Rachel Cannon and that's this week's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))



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The longer-than-expected stay may be nearing an end.
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Those big stone busts in Buena Vista may finally be on the move. That story is literally a head.
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Governor Mark Warner is hoping to convince more European companies to invest in Virginia.
That's why he's leaving tomorrow for a week-long trade mission.
He plans to visit with business leaders in Germany, Switzerland, and Denmark.
Virginia's Commerce and Trade Secretary and the head of the Virginia Economic Development partnership will accompany Warner on the trip.

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Floyd County might not come to mind when you think of a cultural mecca. But the owners of a popular night spot hope to change that. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young shows us how the Pine Tavern is branching out.
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((From the front the Pine Tavern looks more like a cozy bar than a venue in which to hold a rollicking rock concert. But from the backyard, the Tavern is prepared to seat up to 3-hundred people in and around its new pavilion. And it's ready to appeal to a broad audience.
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((RIO SEMIONE/PINE TAVERN: WE HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE FROM HIP HOP TO FUNK, REGGAE, JAZZ, BLUES, LATINE MUSIC SO, IT'S VERY DIVERSE AND SOMETHING CULTURALLY FOR EVERYONE.)) [RUNS:15]
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So many, in fact, that some big names are willing to make the trip to perform on this remote hillside. June sixth, the Tavern will proudly present rocker Leon Russell and his nine piece band. Semione calls the concert the Tavern's "big excitement for the year." But there will be mellower nights too. Every weekend will find the former speak-easy and burger joint ringing with tunes.
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((RIO: THAT'S UNIQUE. THERE'S NOT THAT MANY PLACES IN THE AREA WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY YOURSELF, HAVE A NICE MEAL, DANCE OUT UNDER THE STARS SO I THINK THAT'S THE BIGGEST APPEAL.)) [RUNS:10]
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((SWEDE: WE HAVE THIS AMAZING FACILITY OUT HERE. PEOPLE, JUST COME ON OUT.)) [RUNS:05]
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And help put Floyd County's cultural community on the map. Shannon Young, News 7, Floyd.))
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Those big heads in Buena Vista could be on their way out by next President's Day. We say "could be", because the big stone busts have already been there two years longer than expected.
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But there is word today from Williamsburg, that the company planning to build a "Presidents Park" wants to start construction next month and open by next February. The park would include large busts of all U-S presidents. These three were among the first to be completed, but disputes with York County led to a deal that brought them to Buena Vista until the owners could bring them to the Williamsburg area.
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Coming up, with the Big East in limbo plenty of big time football players descend on Blacksburg, plus rain disrupts both the Division Three Softball World Series and
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the Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament. The soggy details are on the way next.
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With Tech's athletic future still up in the air, 300 of the top prep football players in the nation were on the Blacksburg campus today taking part in the prestigious NIKE camp. Mike Stevens and photographer Greg Moore have the story from Blacksburg.
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As the Big East fights for its very existence, News 7 Sports will take you to the conference meetings near Jacksonville. Mike Stevens will provide live coverage starting Monday morning at 6:00 AM.

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The persistent rain showers have put a damper on Day two of the twentieth annual Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament. The golfers were pulled off of the Roanoke Country Club course for about two hours this afternoon, and the second round is still in progress.
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Much of the hype in the tournament surrounds some of the nations best junior golfers. Paula Creamer played in last weeks LPGA event and 14 year old Phillip Francis has qualified for the Australian Open in November. While both have pro aspirations, the competition at the Scott Robertson is top notch.
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The tournament also hosts several local golfers each year. Martinsville's Jerel Whiting is playing in his first Scott Robertson. Salem's Aaron Eckstein is an eighth grader at Andrew Lewis who also qualified to play in the tournament. Both agree the experience in this international field is incredibly valuable.
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The wet weather has also affected the Division Three Softball World Series in Salem. Cortland State eliminated Western New England this morning 2 to nothing, but the rain moved the next game between Muskingum and Wartburg all the way back to 4:30 this afternoon. We hope to have some soggy tournament highlights at 11.

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On the big league diamond, the defending World Champion Angels came from behind for the second straight day to beat the Red Sox.
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Nomar Garciaparra got the day started right for the Bosox, jumping all over this pitch from Jarrod Washburn to give Boston a one-nothing lead.
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But Troy Glaus hit a 2 run homer in the 8th off Mike Timlin and the Halos tacked on three more runs in the ninth to cruise to the win 6 to 2.
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