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The wild ride comes to an end-
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With a handshake and a hat the ACC welcomes the Hokies.
And talk about a wild ride- that's just what it was for people stuck on a rollercoaster today.
Plus the thrill of a jump for an 80 year old grandma.
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[Talent=Jean]


And bill could bring the chance of flooding to the region.
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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((FOR MANY YEARS A NUMBER OF PEOPLE HAVE FELT VIRGINIA TECH WAS A NATURAL FIT FOR THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERNCE. AND I'M JUST GLAD, AND OUR LEAGUE IS JUST THRILLED THAT THAT TIME HAS FINALLY COME.))
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The ACC logo can now sport orange and maroon as Virginia Tech is welcomed into the conference.
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[ACC]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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An end and a beginning tonight for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
Tonight marked the end of a long and some might say painful exit from the Big East.
It's also the beginning of a new life in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
[Double Boxes=Jean and Mike/Starlink]


Mike Stevens is in Greensboro, North Carolina where the hokies were welcomed into the ACC tonight.
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[Tech-Reaction]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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From North Carolina to the New River Valley... Many Hokie fans are celebrating Virginia Tech's alliance with the A-C-C. Myranda Stephens has reaction from tonight's big announcement.
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((It's usually the 30-cent wings that gets all the attention on a Tuesday night at BW3's. But, tonight, the flock shared the spotlight with another bird--the Hokie.
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[RUNS05] ((BILLY MARTIN: I'M GLAD IT'S OVER. EVERYBODY'S DECIDED WHO'S GOING WHERE AND EVERYTHING SO.)) Hokie fans kept their eyes on the screens as the FORMAL announcement was made that Virginia Tech would join Miami in the ACC.
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[RUNS08] ((CAMERON CORBIN: I THINK IT'S GREAT. IT'S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR VIRGINIA TECH, IT'S GOING TO BRING IN A LOT MORE STUDENTS I THINK AND I THINK IT'S WONDERFUL 5937))
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[RUNS08] ((RENATA CHRISTIAN: IT'S A LOT MORE COMPETITION IN THE ACC AND IF WE CAN PERFORM WELL IN THAT CONFERENCE IT WILL PROVE THAT VT IS A SOLID TEAM 48)) And for many fans, the excitement over Tech joining the ACC isn't just for what the move will do for football.
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[RUNS10] ((JAY WHITLOW: I'M EXCITED ABOUT BASKETBALL IN GENERAL. ESPECIALLY BECAUSE WE'VE HAD SOME PROBLEMS IN BASKETBALL THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS AND I THINK THIS IS A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION))
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[RUNS02] While the man himself wasn't there, some of head football coach Frank Beamer's closest friends filled his restaurant's V-I-P room to watch the historic moment.
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((WAYLAND OVERSTREET/FRIEND OF COACH BEAMER: IT WAS AN EXCITING TIME FOR EVERYBODY. ALL THE OFFICIALS AND OUR TECH REPRESENTATIVES ARE THERE DID A GREAT JOB FOR VIRGINIA TECH. IT'S A GOOD DAY IT'S A GOOD DAY WE'RE MOVING FORWARD 301)) ((Reporter: And it appears folks our moving forward. Despite the criticism Virginia Tech received earlier about leaving the Big East, most Tech fans say the university would have made a grave mistake to go any other way. Myranda Stephens, News 7, Christiansburg))))

[City-Schools]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Roanoke City school board got an earful tonight.
Supporters of a police officer who was recently reassigned are demanding he get his old job back.
They say Officer Butch Lewis is being punished for speaking out.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /NEwsroom Pod;]


Justin McLeod has more on a controversy that keeps going strong. Justin?
Jean, supporters say they're fight is just beginning and now they're asking for the school board's help.
[LIVE= Justin /FULL Newsroom Pod]
[SUPER=@Justin1;]


They want Officer Butch Lewis reinstated as a resource officer at Patrick Henry School, a job he has held for ten years.
He was recently reassigned to patrol duty after discussing concerns about school safety with a newspaper reporter.


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Several supporters spoke at tonight's school board meeting arguing Officer Lewis is being punished and persecuted.


Officer Lewis even took the podium and defended his actions saying it was his duty to report honest and accurate information to the community.
Many agree with him including many teachers, students, parents, elected officials and even the former principal of Patrick Henry High School.
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((ELIZABETH LEE/FORMER PRINCIPAL OF PATRICK HENRY SCHOOL: THE MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE THAT THIS BOARD IS CHARGED WITH TAKING CARE OF IS THE STUDENTS SO TO REMOVE A VERY VALUABLE RESOURCE THAT WANTS TO RETURN TO THE SCHOOL SEEMS LIKE A DISSERVICE TO THE STUDENTS.)) ((BUTCH LEWIS/ROANOKE POLICE OFFICER: IT'S JUST AN AMAZING JOB IT'S SOMETHING THAT I WANT TO CONTINUE TO DO, I DON'T HAVE ANY HARD FEELINGS TOWARDS ANYONE I JUST WANT MY JOB BACK AT PATRICK HENRY.))
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Supporters are asking the school board to endorse having officer Lewis reinstated.
Chairwoman Gloria Manns pointed out the school board has no say because officer Lewis falls under the city police department therefore it is Chief Joe Gaskins decision.
She also believes it would be a bad precedent for the school board to get involved in other department's business.


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[LIVE=Justin /FULL Newsroom Pod]


However I spoke to several board members after the meeting and one member is publicly supporting Officer Lewis.
Melinda Payne says she will introduce a resolution at the next meeting asking the police chief to reverse his decision.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /NEwsroom;]


Mayor Ralph Smith is also being asked to get involved. Jean, Mayor Smith told me he will look into the matter but declined to say whether he would talk to Chief Gaskins personally.


[Wonson]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Patrick Henry has been a focus of parental concern since questions about school violence were first raised earlier this year.
Despite the controversy, principal Peter Wonson says nothing has shaken his confidence that the school remains safe.
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Wonson says he did feel a sense of relief with graduation in early June.
But he says that was no different than any other school year.
In fact, he says there were many indicators including community service projects, success in athletics, and rising SOL test scores that reflect a healthy school environment.
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((PETER WONSON/PATRICK HENRY HIGH THE CLIMATE HAS TO BE SECURE AND ORDERLY AND SAFE IF YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE ACADEMIC SUCCESS. I THINK THE TWO GO HAND IN GLOVE, AND I THINK THE RESULTS INDICATE WE DO HAVE A CAMPUS IN WHICH KIDS CAN COME AND PERFORM WELL AND BE SAFE AND SECURE, AND BE SUCCESSFUL.))
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Wonson says he believes the school has filed accurate reports on school discipline, and says he welcomes a state audit.
But he also promises to take constructive criticism and work with parents and teachers to enhance school safety.

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[AEP-Bills]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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American Electric Power wants to pass on some savings to its customers.
The utility says the cost of fuel for power plants is going down.
So A-E-P wants to reduce that part of your bill.
A typical user would save about a dollar-63 per month.
If the State Corporation Commission approves it, the reduction will take effect next month.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Virginia's newest abortion law is put on hold just a few hours after is goes into effect.
That's next on News 7.
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And he was born there and died there. The nation's longest serving Senator is buried in his hometown.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Partial-Birth]


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It's only been on the books for about half a day, but a federal judge has already blocked enforcement of Virginia's ban on an abortion procedure.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape]


Legislation banning so-called partial-birth abortions went into effect this morning.
But a Richmond clinic filed a suit challenging the constitutionality of the law.
The attorney general disagreed.
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((JERRY KILGORE/VA ATTORNEY GENERAL; THE BABY IS WITHIN AN INCH OF TAKING ITS FIRST BREATH AND WE BELIEVE THE STATE OUGHT TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO PROTECT THAT LIFE AT THAT POINT THERE'S NO PROCEDURE THAT THE OTHER SIDE CAN COME UP WITH THE CLAIM THAT IT IS NECESARRY TO PREFROM THIS GRUESOME PROCEDURE ON THIS CHILD.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A federal judge in Richmond granted a preliminary injunction and set a November 4th trial date.

[Elsakaan]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=03-20 TC48:51]
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Two suspected terrorists busted this Spring at the bus terminal in Roanoke have pled guilty... NOT to any terrorist activity, but to identification fraud.
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The F-B-I apprehended the Elsakaan (El-sa-kahn) brothers at the Greyhound station March 3rd on their way to New York City. They'd come from Tennessee where one of the men was spotted taking pictures at a Hydroelectric Dam near Knoxville. It turned out the two were among 40 individuals who used the same Henrico County address to obtain phony I-D cards from Virginia's D-M-V.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Once the photos were developed, authorities found only a picture of a woman holding a candy bar. The dam wasn't even visible in the shot. The government now says "there was no evidence" linking Mustafa and Hatin Elsakaan to terrorism. They'll be sentenced on the fraud charges later this month.

[Missing-Athlete]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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The FBI helped Waco police today searching for a missing Baylor University basketball player.
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They scoured about 50 acres but cadaver dogs dig not turn up any signs of Patrick Dennehy's body.
Police say they've spoken with Carlton Dotson, who is a former teammate of Dennehy --
Court papers cite an informant who told police Dotson has admitted to shooting Dennehy in the head after an argument while they were both firing guns.
But police stopped short of calling Dotson a suspect.
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((OFFICER STEVEN ANDERSON/WACO POLICE DEPT.; A PERSON OF INTEREST THAT WE'RE TALKING TO WE'RE I'M SURE INVESTIGATORS WILL SPEAK TO HIM AGAIN AS WELL AS OTHER PERSONS THEY HAVE SPOKEN TO AND WILL ALSO SPEAK TO AGAIN.))
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Authorities say they're still hopeful Dennehy is alive. They haven't filed any charges yet in the disappearance.
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[Thurmond-Burial]


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The nation's longest serving senator was laid to rest today.
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Former Senator Strom Thurmond was buried in Edgefield, South Carolina where he was born. People lined the road to bid the former South Carolina senator farewell. Vice President Dick Cheney praised Thurmond for his dedication to America. Thurmond ran for president as a segregationist a half-century ago, but during his 48 years on Capitol Hill he changed his views on civil rights. Strom Thurmond died Thursday at the age of 100.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Law enforcement is preparing a safety blitz for this holiday weekend.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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Plus a wild ride comes to a screeching halt 130 feet in the air.
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[Commercial]

[Safe-Driving]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=eki]
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Fourth of July party-goers will be in full force this weekend. But Virginia law enforcement hopes the celebrations stay safe and away from the roads.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

You may see signs reminding you of that. The Blue Ridge Transportation Safety Board is putting up billboards, yard signs, and cards with safe driving tips. The campaign is called "Drive Safe and Free."
It's an extra effort this year to avoid drunk driving accidents. Officials hope education along with strict penalties will curb the problem.
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[Rollercoaster]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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What goes up must come down, eventually.
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[SUPER=03- Largo, MD]

A roller coaster ride stalled nearly 137 feet in the air today leaving more than two dozen riders stranded for about two hours at the Six Flags amusement park in Maryland. The car got stuck on an incline. Everyone was eventually lowered to the boarding terminal where medical crews were standing by. There are no reported injuries. A spokesman from the Fire Department said the problem was due to a mechanical failure. The rollercoaster will remain closed until they can figure out the cause of the malfunction.
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[Almanac]


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After hiding from the rain for the last 2 months, meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner finally gets outside to file our July almanac.
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The latest on the ACC's announcement of Tech and Miami's new membership, The Avs and Warthogs are rained out, Wimbledon highlights and much more but first our extra point.
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The New York Mets traded 12 time all star and 10 time gold glove second baseman Roberto Alomar to the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday for three prospects. New York received minor league pitchers Royce Ring and Edwin Amointe and infielder Andrew Salvo. The deal ended Alomar's 1 and 1/2 years with New York and was the first trade by Mets interim general manager Jim Duquette.
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[S-ACC]


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For weeks it has appeared that the ACC stood for always confused conference, but tonight, two months of chaos came to a close. Mike Stevens has more from Greensboro.
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[S-VMI]


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Speaking of conference expansion, VMI officially joined the Big South today.
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VMI is the ninth school to join the Big South conference. The Keydets will participate as a full member of the league and VMI will compete in the Big South in 10 conference championship sports. Seven of those sports are men's and three women's sports will also join in conference competition.
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[S-AVS]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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Tonight's Avalanche/Winston Salem Warthogs game was rained out and will be made up as part of a double header August 19th when the Hogs visit Salem next.
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


The Avs have lost three of their last four but are still pleased with the team's 6 and 5 second half start.
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[S-Braves]


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On to major league baseball and to the home of the Florida Marlins. The fish whipped the Atlanta Braves 20 to 1 tonight setting team records for runs and hits with 25.
The Marlins Miguel Cabrera ended a OH for 17 slump by banging out two homers on the night as his Fish win for the [S
UPER=35-Florida/20/Atlanta/1;]third time in the last four since losing to Boston in interleague play 25 to 8.


Perhaps the Braves Darren Bragg losing the handle on his bat, LOOK OUT, sums up the night for Atlanta. The person his bat hit was taken off by stretcher.
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[S-Compton]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=jgr]
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The Florida state supreme court has declined to sonsider whter the law restricting access to autopsy photos is constitutional letting stand a decision stemming from the death of dale Earnhardt. The vote came downin a 4-3 decision to not take the case.
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[SUPER=04-Nascar; :00]

Hurt native Stacy Compton has been named as the driver of the No. 4 Kodak Pontiac by Morgan-McClure Motorsports for the upcoming Pepsi 400 NASCAR Winston Cup event at Daytona International Speedway. Compton who has 87 Winston Cup starts with one top-10 and two pole positions is excited to have the "Virginia based team paired with a Virginia driver."
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[Skydiving-Grandma]


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Most people eat cake and ice cream and maybe open presents to celebrate their birthday.
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[SUPER=03-Marina, CA;]


but one California grandma was daring. She really dove into her 80th birthday by skydiving for the first time.
Geneva Cranford wore a gold jumpsuit as she and her instructor leaped from a plane and floated down over California's Monterey Bay.
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((GENEVA CRANFORD/SKYDIVING GRANDMA: THIS WAS GREAT GREAT GREAT EVERYTHING ABOUT IT WAS. THE FREEDOM THE VALLEY WAS BEAUTIFUL. EVERYTHING WAS GORGEOUS ABOUT THE WHOLE THING.))
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