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Coming up on News 7-
An update on that little girl who fell on a path near the Roanoke River.
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These troops say goodbye in the name of homeland security.
Martha steps down from the top spot at her company.
And a statement tonight from Miami University's President.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

[Henry-Flooding]


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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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Slow-moving storms are rumbling through Southside tonight, dumping torrential rains and flooding some roads and homes.
Henry County authorities reported several evacuations across the county earlier tonight.
For more on the trouble spots and who's under the gun now,
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Robin/WX CENTER]

let's talk to meteorologist Robin Reed.

[TEssa-Milliner]


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Good news for the child who's been called a "miracle girl."
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9 year old Tessa Milliner is now resting at her home in Roanoke.
Her mother said she came home from the U-V-A medical center last night and is doing great.
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The little girl suffered severe head injuries after slipping off a path along the Roanoke River last month.
Her mother said tonight that she's hopeful she'll have a full recovery, though it's going to take time.
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It's the last night at home for 35 local national guardsmen.
For the next year, the men of "Company C, First Battalion, 116th Infantry" will help with homeland security at Fort Monroe in Virginia.
Marya Jones was there as they said goodbye to their families.
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[Huff-Lane]


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Tomorrow was supposed to be the last day of classes at one Roanoke Elementary school.
But an electrical emergency will give kids an early start to summer vacation.
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Classes for 3rd and 4th graders at Huff Lane Microvilliage Elementary have been cancelled tomorrow.
The 5th grade promotion ceremony will take place at Northminster Presbyterian Church.
Buses will provide transportation to and from the ceremony on regular routes.
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[Halifax-Murder]


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Authorities in Halifax County have made a second arrest in a decade old murder case.
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[SUPER=03-Halifax Co./December 1993]


It happened on December 21st 1993 in the parking lot of the Riverdale Amoco on Highway 58, near South Boston.
23 year old Joseph Gibbons and 20 year old John LaPrade both of Lynchburg were found shot in the back of the head.
Today, Sheriff's Deputies arrested 30 year old Verlie Word Junior of Halifax.
Investigators say the motive appears to have been robbery.
A drug investigation two years ago produced several clues that led to today's arrest.
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This evening, deputies arrested a second man in connection with this case.
He is 30 year old Dexter Dixon of South Boston.

[Clifford]


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Patrick Henry High School's football coach says he may have taken his rapport with players too far.
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Kevin Clifford was today convicted of assault for smacking 16-year old Brett Moyer in the face after a winning game against Halifax last November.
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During his testimony in Halifax County Court today the teacher and coach said he was just joking around. But Moyer says Clifford appeared angry although his coach hugged him after the slap. Word about the incident eventually spread although Moyer did *not* report it.
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((CATHY ESWORTHY/MOYER'S MOTHER: HE'S A 16-YEAR OLD BOY, COMING FORWARD ABOUT A COACH SMACKING HIM... IT'S NOT THE KIND OF THING A TEENAGE BOY WANTS TO COME HOME AND TELL HIS MOMMY AND THERE'S SOME CONFLICTS WITH MY HUSBAND BEING THE HEAD BASKETBALL COACH.))
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Clifford had also been charged with cursing at the student but Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Judge Anderson Nelson dropped that charge. For the assault, Clifford was sentenced to pay a 50-dollar fine. Aside from thanking his supporters, he had no comment.
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His attorney says he's unsure what the ruling means for Clifford's job.

[Martha-Stewart]


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No more Martha Stewart at the helm of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedi.
The homemaking guru says she's stepping down as chairwoman and CEO.
As Jennifer Miller reports, Stewart was indicted today in a stock trading scandal and if convicted she could face jail time.
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((WITH HER WHITE, OVERSIZED UMBRELLA AND MATCHING COAT, MARTHA STEWART STILL MANAGED TO LOOK HER BEST WHEN SHE ARRIVED AT THE FEDERAL COURTHOUSE. ONCE INSIDE, SHE LEARNED OF THE GRAND JURY INDICTMENT. 9 COUNTS, THE CHARGES INCLUDING SECURITIES FRAUD, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE AND CONSPIRACY.
James Comey/U.S. Attorney: Even if you re in a tight spot, lying is not the way out. And lying to the FBI, and the SEC is a crime with profound consequences STEWART S TROUBLE BEGAN IN DECEMBER 2001 WHEN SHE SOLD 4-THOUSAND SHARES OF IMCLONE SYSTEMS STOCK. SOON AFTERWARD, THE GOVERNMENT RELEASED INFORMATION THAT SENT THE STOCK TUMBLING. FEDERAL OFFICIALS SAY STEWART LEARNED OF THE GOVERNMENT INFORMATION BEFOREHAND DURING A PHONE CONVERSATION WITH HER BROKER. THEY ADD IT WAS THEN THAT SHE LEARNED HER FRIEND AND IMCLONE S FOUNDER, SAM WAKSEL, WAS DUMPING HIS STOCK.
Wayne Carlin/ SEC:
Immediately upon learning of the Waksal selling, Martha Stewart went ahead, in the same phone conversation and dumped her own holdings of the Imclone stocks. That was illegal insider trading. SO ON TOP OF THE CRIMINAL CHARGES THE DOMESTIC DIVA IS BEING SUED OVER THAT TRADE BY THE S-E- C. WAKSAL HAS ALREADY PLEADED GUILTY TO INSIDER TRADING. BUT TODAY, STEWART PLEADED INNOCENT TO ALL CHARGES. SHE MAINTAINS SHE HAD PREVIOUSLY ARRANGED TO SELL HER IMCLONE STOCK IF IT WENT BELOW 60 DOLLARS. BUT INVESTIGATORS SAY THE ONE DOCUMENT THAT SUPPORTS THAT STORY IS A FRAUD. Jennifer Miller/CBS News/New York City: paraphrase Martha Stewart to step down as CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc., will remain on board, company says. Jennifer Miller, CBS News, New York.))

[Abortion-Vote]


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A house vote tonight to ban partial birth abortions.
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The ban would be one of the most significant restrictions on abortion since the 1973 Roe versus Wade decision recognizing abortion rights.
Under the bill, partial birth abortion is defined as a procedure in which a fetus is killed after the entire fetal head is outside the mother's body.
Abortion rights groups say they'll challenge the ban if it becomes law.
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Big East presidents meet in Washington, but Miami's leader says she's putting the good of her University first.


The latest on ACC expansion when News 7 returns.
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And an accident ties up traffic on I-81 tonight.
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[Sports-preview]


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(( Hey folks, Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the ACC wraps up its stay in Syracuse. State quarterfinal playoff action continued tonight - we'll check the diamond action, plus Bruce Smith gets his name cleared - and Sosa also gets some postive news tonight - all that plus game one of the NBA final tonight on the Big 7.))

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Traffic snarled on Interstate 81 this evening when a pick-up truck overturned.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]

It happened around 6 o'clock tonight in Roanoke County. State police say a Tennessee man was traveling in the northbound lane near the Ironto exit when he swerved to avoid debris and his truck overturned. The man suffered only minor injuries. No other vehicles were involved.
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The Presidents of several Big East Schools met with Miami president Donna Shalala today, in hopes of holding the conference together.
The woman calling the plays at Miami did not speak to reporters, but through a statement tonight said she understands the importance of doing the right thing for her institution, for both the short term and the long haul.
The other presidents did speak this afternoon.
Meghan Muldoon caught up with them in Washington.
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[Cranwell]


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The field of candidates is falling into place for the November elections, but the future of one former lawmaker continues to generate speculation.
It appears that only Dick Cranwell knows for sure whether he plans to seek the 22nd Senate seat.
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Party leaders here and in Richmond, including Governor Mark Warner, have urged Cranwell to run.
So far, the Republican nominee, former State Senator Brandon Bell, has no Democratic opposition.
But Cranwell isn't saying what his plans are, and associates claim not to know what the veteran delegate has decided.
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The filing deadline is Friday, though party rules allow for open nominations at the party caucus Monday night. Cranwell did not return calls yesterday or today.

[Big-Springs]


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A spring water bottling company is looking to expand, and Rockbridge County is on the short list.
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The Big Springs in the Kerr's (CARS) Creek region of Rockbridge County is one of several sites Nestle Water is looking at for its next spring water bottling plant. The company will spend the next year and a half looking into water quality and environmental impact of the plant, and if the results are positive, the plant could create nearly 250 jobs. Nestle Water is working with the Rockbridge Area Conservation Council to look into potential environmental hazards.
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((LAURENCE MANN/ROCKBRIDGE AREA CONSERVATION COUNCIL; WE WILL HAVE INPUT REALLY FROM THE BEGINNING, FROM EXACTLY WHAT THE STUDIES ARE AND HOW THEY ARE PUT TOGETHER, AND EVALUATING WHAT THE RESULTS ARE AND WHAT THEY TELL US.))
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Barring rain, the R-A-C-C is planning an open seminar Saturday morning at the Big Springs site on Route 60. The event starts at 10 o'clock, and scientists will review the history of the site and environmental issues that might arise if the plant is built.
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[Middle-East]


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A step towards peace at today's Mideast summit.
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Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon vowed to begin dismantling illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank, while Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas agreed to end terror attacks against Israelis. After their first public handshake, the prime ministers along with President Bush laid out the goal of two states living peacefully side-by-side.
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((PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH: WITH HARD WORK AND GOOD FAITH AND COURAGE, IT IS POSSIBLE TO BRING PEACE TO THE MIDDLE EAST.))

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But even as the summit went on, clashes erupted between Palestinians and Israeli troops in the West Bank. Though many say there are too many roadblocks to peace, experts believe continued U-S involvement is crucial to the success of this peace plan.
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A local actor trades in Bedford for Baltimore and a shot at T-V stardom.
We'll talk to him next on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


And a sign that Iraq is racing toward rebirth.
A once-banned sport is making a comeback.
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[Commercial]

[Ashworth]


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He's a good guy from Bedford, but he plays a bad guy on T-V.
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Bedford Native Chris Ashworth has landed a recurring role on the H-B-O series, "The Wire."
He plays a tough guy named Sergei Malatov.
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((WHAT'S SOME MATTER YOU DON'T LIKE BORIS? SERGEI.))
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Listen to that accent and it's hard to believe Ashworth is from Bedford.
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((CHRIS ASHWORTH/ACTOR; FROM BEDFORD NO PROBLEM I TRY NOT SMILE MS. JEAN JADHON. NOT GOOD FOR CHARACTER PURPOSES.))
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Along with the steady work, come some steady perks.
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((I HAVE A TRAILER. A MAKEUP ARTIST, A WARDROBE, A PRODUCTION ASSISTANT TELLS YOU WHERE YOU CAN AND CAN'T GO.))
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Ashworth's enjoyed the premiere parties too. His character gets tough and has police chasing him.
The Wire is on Sundays on HBO.
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[Iraq-Horses]


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It's another sign that life is slowly returning to normal in Iraq.
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[VO-NAT 5Server: Horse Racing Returns]
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Horse racing is back, for the first time since the U-S led war. Former President Saddam Hussein banned the sport for a number of years, but more recently, his eldest son Uday had permitted its resumption.
Coalition troops hope the return of horse racing will help the Iraqi people move past the war and start to look ahead.
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The NBA finals open tonight - Sosa gets some good news, the ACC tour of Syracuse is over. Plus, we'll check out tonight's state quarterfinal action. But first tonight's Extra Point -
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[SUPER=03-Ashburn; :00]

Bruce Smith was found innocent of a DUI charge today. He was charged by police back on April 27th when he was pulled over for speeding on Shore Drive in Virginia Beach. Smith's blood alcohol level was point 07 which is under the state's legal limit of point 08. Judge Pamela Hutchens ruled there was not enough evidence to convict Smith.
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The NBA finals opened tonight in San Antonio with game of the best of seven series. This is the series that us "Old School" fans - who remember the red, white and blue ball and the afro have been waiting on - the first all ABA - NBA final.
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[SUPER=03-San Antonio, TX/ABC Sports; :00]

In honor of that two former ABA greats Julius Erving and George Gervin, Doctor J and the IceMan joined David Robinson and Jason Kidd for the ceremonial opening tap. The Nets came into the game with a 10 game postseason winning streak and they played very well in the first half as Kenyon Martin kept his team in front most of the first two quarters. But Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and David Robinson were too much.
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The Spurs beat the Nets 101 to 89 in game one. Game two is Friday night.
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[S-Sosa]


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Major League Baseball likely will not decide how it will punish Sammy Sosa until Thursday night or Friday at the earliest. However, Sosa who was caught using a corked bat last night, got a break this evening. The MLB office says not one of the 76 bats that it confiscated from Sosa had a bit of cork in it. They were all x-rayed and deemed legit.
Sammy continues to apologize.
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[S-East]


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The ACC commissioner and his crew wrapped up their two day visit to Syracuse this afternoon. This was considered to be the toughest sell of the three current Big East members who have been targeted for expansion.
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Swofford says the tours and the constant dialogue are essential for both the Orangemen and the ACC.
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Swofford said the next step will be for the presidents of the ACC schools to hear reports about each of the three site visits. Then here will be additional conversations with Syracuse, Boston College and Miami, and a final decision should be made by the end of June. Syracuse athletic director Jake Crouthamel said the visit was "fruitful" and "encouraging" but added the school is not ready to make a decision on leaving the Big East.

[S-River]


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The James River Knights have again advanced to the Group A final four. This afternoon the Knights beat Castlewood 3-to-1 in the quarterfinals.
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[SUPER=03-Buchanan/Blue Devils vs. Knights; :00]

As they have all year long, the Knights put the game in the hand of pitcher Angela Tincher. But Castlewood would score first in this one. The pitch is high, the catcher can't handle it and junior Kim Sproles hustles home from third to make it 1-to-nothing in the top of the third. But the Knights would get it done in their half of the third frame. Just put the ball in play and anything can happen. Hollie Hall slides in safely and the game is tied up at 1 all. Still in the third, Shannon Austin - a freshman will get the game winning hit as she bloops one over second. Captain Kasey Austin
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hustles home from second for the win. James River gets another run for insurance and wins it 3-to-1.
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[ANCHOR=MIKE]
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Tincher finished with 17 strikeouts and tossed another no-hitter.

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Glenvar battled J.J. Kelly in the Group A state baseball quarterfinals today over in Salem.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Indians vs. Highlanders; :00]


The Highlanders would take on the Indians at Kiwanis Field and Glenvar would fall behind early.
In the top of the first inning, J.J. Kelly's Garrett Amburgey sends this line drive into the outfield in a hurry and that plates Travis Clisso who rounds third and slides home safely. 1-nothing Indians.
Glenvar comes right back in the bottom of the first with help from the Indians. With the bases loaded, Josh Noell is
[SUPER=34-J.J. Kelly/3/Glenvar/5;]walked and Cody Kidd trots home to tie it at one a piece.


Then, Dustin Pickle bloops a hit into left center and the base knock allows Cameron Pickle to score, 2-1 Highlanders and they win 5-3.
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The Highlanders will now play the state semifinals at two PM Friday at Dedmon Center Park.

[S-Radford]


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The Group A soccer quarterfinals also were rained out last night.
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[SUPER=03-Radford/Group A Quarterfinals; :00]

Radford and Rappahannock played tonight at Bobcats stadium. Radford would get the 2-to-1 win and advance to Friday's semi-finals. The Bobcats will play at two at nearby Radford University.
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[S-VHSL]


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The semi-finals for all of the sports are scheduled for Friday at Radford University - the problem is that at least two teams have not played their quarterfinal game yet. For the second straight night the Jefferson Forest - Tunstall baseball game in Group Two A was washed out. The game is now set for Thursday afternoon at 3:30 at Dan Daniel Park. There is a chance the heavy rain in Southside tonight could force a change of venue.