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A robbery leads to a police chase and ends in gunfire this morning. We'll have a live report from Campbell County.


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The son of a man left to die in a woman's windshield speaks in court - during today's penalty phase..

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A few pop up showers and thundershowers today and that describes the weekend as well. Details ahead.


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In health check, rabies may be on the rise in the commonwealth.
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and teens from across the state are in college this weekend learning the A-B-C's of E-M-T's.
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Plus the stork surprised the Mill Mountain Zoo with its latest special delivery.
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A bank robbery in Charlotte County ends in a deadly shootout in Campbell County.
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It was like a scene out of a Hollywood movie,
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but it all happened this morning in rural Central Virginia.
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[take 4432essC FS] Just after nine, a masked gunman entered a Charlotte County bank and demanded money.
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A wild chase and a fatal shootout ensued.
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Steve Smallshaw is in Campbell County tonight to pick up the story from there.
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The judge and jurors who will consider the sentence for Chante Mallard heard today from the son of the man who died in the windshield of her car.
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Brandon Biggs testified today during the sentencing phase of Mallard's trial. 37 year old Gregory Biggs was homeless when Mallard hit him while coming home from a night of drinking and drugs at a local club. The jury took less than an hour to find Mallard guilty yesterday. She faces life in prison on the murder charge and up to ten years for tampering with evidence.
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((HE'LL NEVER GET TO BE A PART OF, HE WAS NOT PART OF MY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION, CAUSE HE'D BEEN KILLED, NOT HERE FOR FATHERS DAY, HE'LL NOT HERE TO SEE ME GET MARRIED, HE'LL NOT BE TO WATCH ME GROW OLD. ))
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Brandon was the last witness, the only one called by the prosecution today. Mallard apologized directly to him yesterday in court.
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Strom Thurmond is being remembered not just as a long time politician, but a beloved teacher, coach, husband and father.
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He's also remembered as someone with a good sense of humor
One colleague who knew that side of Thurmond isVirginia Senator John Warner who's also served for decades on the hill.
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((SEN. JOHN WARNER/R- VIRGINIA: HE LOVED HUMOR. HE WAS OFTEN THE OBJECTIVE OF A LOT OF HUMOR INCLUDING FROM THIS HUMBLE SENATOR. BUT WHAT A TOWER OF STRENGTH.))
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President Bush also remembered Thurmond today saying he served his country in the Army during World War two and also as a state legislator, governor and senator.
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Strom Thurmond died at his south Carolina home last night. He was 100 years old.
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The phone lines won't be open for those of us east of the Mississippi for a few weeks, but those west of the River aren't wasting any time getting on the nation's Do Not Call list. In fact, they are signing up at a rate of more than 100 people every second. Julie Vallese has more on the new tool that lets customers have a say when it comes to unwanted calls.
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[take FS 4430essC] The number to call to get on the list is 1 - 888 - 382 - 1222 BUT it won't be up an running for people east of the Mississippi until July seventh. You can also sign up online at "do-not-call- dot-gov."

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Coming up - The President calls for Congress to quickly create a medicare plan they can all agree on..
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[VO] and teens are in college this week - learning how to come to the rescue when it counts.
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President Bush wants Congress to pass a medicare bill as soon as possible.
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The reform bill eased through the Senate -- and squeaked through the House early this morning.
It offers prescription drug coverage for millions of American seniors.
Older people would have access to prescription drugs under private insurance plans partially subsidized by the government.
Low-income seniors would receive even more help to purchase drugs.
Congress still has lots of details to iron out before the bill goes to President Bush.
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Governor Warner's "best friends" are behind bars... His dogs are under quarantine following a run-in with a rabid raccoon.
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For the next 45 days, this is home for Buster and Beau (Bow).
The dogs did not have any obvious injuries.
And their shots are current.
The quarantine is just a precaution.
Experts say rabies cases are on the rise in Virginia.
But they say there is a way to protect your pets.
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((SONYA KEEFE/ANIMAL HOSPITAL MANAGER: THEY JUST NEED TO KEEP IN MIND THAT THEIR PETS NEED TO BE UPDATED ON THEIR VACCINES FOR THEIR RABIES. IF THEY'RE OUTDOORS, THEY JUST NEED TO BE AWARE THAT RABIES IS CONTRACTED FROM WILD ANIMALS. AND IF THEY KNOW WILD ANIMALS ARE AROUND, THEY JUST NEED TO BE CAREFUL ABOUT THAT.))
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Buster and Beau encountered the diseased raccoon at Warner's farm in King George county.
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They're not even old enough to drive yet -- but they could one day help you on the road to recovery.
As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us some area kids are learning what it takes be a life saver.
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These kids are learning the ropes early on -- many hoping to shadow in their parents footsteps on a volunteer rescue squad.
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This is the 3rd year the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads has offered hands on training to kids ages eight to 15.
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But for some kids this isn't their first experience with this type of training.
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And many hope these kids will feel called to choose this path in life whether as a volunteer or as a career.
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Many of the children say they already realize the importance of the job.
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.... and these kids are out prove that you're never too young to learn the skills that could save someone's life. Jo

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A mixed morning for the market takes a downward turn - we'll check our local stocks a little later -
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Plus some surprise babies are the cat's meow at the Mill Mountain Zoo this weekend..
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In sports - We'll check in with some celebrities taking a swing at the Roy Stanley Memorial golf tournament
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And shoppers are "Finding Nemo" to be the next hottest thing - but we're not just talking about the movie -
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Stocks took a tumble before the closing bell. Alexis Christoforous has details in today's Marketwatch.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the weekend. We start on the links at Hanging Rock with the first ever Roy Stanley Celebrity Golf Tournament.
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Twelve teams totaling about 60 golfers headed out this afternoon to tackle the Rock.
Carolina Panthers kicker Shayne Graham showed off his swing as did Wake Forest womens' hoops coach Charlene Curtis and former Nascar driver Rick Mast.
It was a great day on the golf course, in honor of a man who loved nothing more than to play a round.
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Jim Heninger, the meat department manager at the Kroger on 221, has donated food, time, and his family to help serve the tournament in each of the first two years.
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The much anticipated Roy Stanley Memorial auction takes place tonight at Hanging Rock. 50 items will be up for grabs including some rare, Upper Deck authenticated items. Local collector Todd Marcum tells us why this is a once in a lifetime chance to get a real piece of sports history from Jordan, Tiger and Kobe.
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The autograph session opens tonight at six and the auction gets underway at 7. It's all for my man Roy Stanley, so he

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As the ACC expansion plans continue to move forward with Miami's self-imposed Monday deadline drawing closer, the Hokies are simply waiting to right time to begin their celebration. The ACC will formally hold a newsconference in Greensboro on Tuesday night to finalize the expansion. Also, Frank Beamer's visit with his cardiologist today in Roanoke went well. He has resumed his vacation and is doing fine. Take care everybody - hope to see you at the auction tonight at Hanging Rock at seven. [GO TO BREAK]


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If you didn't get to see the last pair of snow leopard cubs at Mill Mountain Zoo, you're in luck. The zoo's resident female surprised everyone by giving birth to two more this week.
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((DAVE WOOD/CURATOR, MILL MOUNTAIN ZOO: WHAT HAPPENED WAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, KEEPERS WENT IN TO SHIFT THE SNOW LEOPARDS ON EXHIBIT AND WENT INTO THE HOLDING DEN THAT TASHA HAD THE NIGHT BEFORE AND THERE WERE TWO CUBS, A MALE AND FEMALE.))
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Dave Wood says he did not think Tasha was in heat but that he hadn't had plans to breed her with Boris this year anyway. The zoo was hoping the couple would produce cubs *next year*.
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It was just two years ago that the last snow leopard cubs were born at Mill Mountain. Niko and Maya recently left Roanoke for zoos in Ohio and South Dakota.
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The new cubs are healthy and gaining weight. The male and female are expected to go on display in August.

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It's happened before - A popular family movie makes its subject the "must have" item of the year.
This time it is the bright orange, white, and black clownfish from the movie Finding Nemo.
As Sean (Kay-libbs) reports the film is causing a run on tropical fish.
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FOR THE MINOTTO CHILDREN... NEMO HAD THEM AT HELLO. FOUR-YEAR-OLD AUSTIN...AND BIG SIS MADELINE, WHO TURNS SEVEN SOON, HAD TO HAVE A LITTLE NEMO OF THEIR OWN AFTER FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE MOVIE.

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The neat thing about these fish..they live a long time..they will live to be about ten years.
ACTUALLY, BIOLOGISTS SAY A FISH LIKE NEMO, KEPT IN CAPTIVITY, CAN LIVE TO BE 30.
MATT OLSON OWNS AND OPERATES MARINE FISH NEAR ATLANTA --- AND KNEW THE FILM WOULD SPAWN INTEREST.


We haven't had a single customer ask how much they are...they just don't care. They just want 'em.
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A SIMPLE TANK SET UP LIKE THIS ONE IS 200-DOLLARS.

IN THE MOVIE ---A DIVER WHO CATCHES TROPICAL FISH PLAYS THE HEAVY AFTER PLUCKING NEMO FROM HIS OCEAN HOME.


BUT THESE CLOWNFISH DIDN'T COME FROM THE DEEP BLUE --
RATHER FROM HERE... A GREENHOUSE IN FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA RUN BY KEVIN GAINES.
This was already our most popular fish before Nemo --so now it's even a more popular fish. THE ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP PETA SAYS THE FISH ARE EXPENSIVE AND DIFFICULT TO CARE FOR, AND SAYS -- QUOTING HERE-- "FISH PURCHASED ON A WHIM AS A RESULT OF THIS MOVIE WILL BE DISCARDED AS SOON AS THE INITIAL CHARMS WEARS OFF."
BUT PEOPLE LIKE OLSON AREN'T BUYING THAT. HE SAYS WITH SIMPLE DAILY ATTENTION, THE FISH CAN BRIGHTEN HOMES...AND BRIGHTEN SMILES.
IN ATLANTA, I'M SEAN CALLEBS.))


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A surprise birth for Roanoke's snow-leopards,
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And the ancient art form of yoga goes to the dogs.
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