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Coming up on News 7-
A North Carolina murder suspect could be on the run in our area.
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A Russian Rock Festival turns deadly when two women blow themselves up in the crowd.
And it's a house that some millionaires could barely afford --with a price tag of 45-MILLION dollars.
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News 7 is next.
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Good evening, I'm Joy Sutton in for Teresa Hamilton.
Authorities need your help in finding a North Carolina murder suspect who may be in Danville or South Boston.
27 year old Dennis "Chuck" Hargrove of Clarksville is wanted for killing one woman and shooting an infant, a 14 year old girl and a 22 year old woman.
Hargrove is also wanted in Virginia on malicious wounding charges.
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Police say he could be driving a silver four-door Nissan Pathfinder with license plate JBM-1170 and may be with his cousin, Bryan Hargrove.
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If you have any information on the suspect call your local police or Durham Crime Stoppers at 919-683-1200.
Police say Hargrove is considered armed and dangerous.
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Fire destroyed a 380-thousand dollar house in Roanoke this morning.
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Officials say the two-alarm fire started around two-forty-five this morning on 27th street in Southwest. The owners were not staying in the house because it was being remodeled, according to police. No one was hurt in the fire. Officials estimate the damage to be around 380-Thousand dollars. The cause is still under investigation.
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A South Boston man died this morning due to complications from a near drowning. Police say 38-year-old Christobal Alfan Urbina, was standing on top of a dam at Falling River on the border of Brookneal and Campbell County taking pictures when he slipped or jumped in yesterday. He was wearing a life-jacket, but the current still pulled him under, according to officials. His friends pulled him out and were performing C-P-R when emergency crews arrived. He was taken to Lynchburg General Hospital, where he died this morning.

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Recent rains and intense heat are making a perfect breeding ground for mosquitos. But there's a new type of zapper to help keep the pests at bay.
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Traditional bug- zappers have been around for years, but there's a new tool on the market that specifically targets mosquitos.
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((STEVE CARRIER/HOME DEPOT MANAGER: IT WILL WORK ON OTHER INSECTS, BUT IT IS MADE FOR MOSQUITOS IN PARTICULAR. WHAT IT IS, THERE'S A LITTLE CARTRIDGE THAT YOU CAN BUY THAT GOES ALONG WITH IT THAT CONTAINS OCTENOL, WHICH IS AN ATTRACTANT FOR THE MOSQUITOS.))
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The chemical in the cartridge makes the mosquitos think they are closing in on an animal. Carrier says his store has doubled orders for the zappers. He says sales increased when heavy spring rains spilled into early summer. There are a variety of "zapper" models that range in price from 5 dollars to 3- hundred- dollars. Last year 29- Virginians were infected with West Nile Virus, two people died.
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Thunderstorms passed through the Cave Spring and Penn Forest area late this afternoon with heavy rain, thunder, lightning and strong winds. These pictures were taken off Chapperall Drive around 6:00 where gusts of up to 65 miles per hour were recorded in that area, knocking down trees. A few of the limbs knocked down some powerlines leaving hundreds without power earlier this evening. At the moment one-thousand customers in Roanoke are without power, 450 of those in the Penn Forest area. AEP says it will be early morning before the power will be turned back on.
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The death toll in Iraq keeps rising. Today, a British journalist was shot and killed outside the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad. His death brings the number of journalists killed in Iraq since the war started to 16.
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In Ramadi a massive blast also tore into the brand new Iraqi police recruits as they were marching on graduation day.

At least seven were killed and dozens injured, many critically. Angry Iraqis said the cadets had been warned of working with American forces.
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((L. PAUL BREMER/US CIVIL ADMINISTRATOR-TODAY THEY HAVE KILLED INNOCENT IRAQIS WITH THE SAME DISDAIN FOR THEIR OWN CITIZENS THEY SHOWED FOR 35 YEARS))
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Officials say the blast came from a T-N-T filled bag of rice--detonated by remote control. U-S soldiers predict that the attack, which only killed and injured Iraqis, will erode support for anti-American resistance. The town was one of Saddam's strongholds, and has been the site of several fatal attacks.
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Deadly expolosions at a Russian Rock Festival kill more than a dozen people. Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up at the event in suburban Moscow. Chechen rebels are suspected in the attack. CBS' Beth Knobel was in Moscow and has this report.
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((Forty thousand young Muscovites were soaking up the sun and the music at a day-long rock festival when terror stuck.
Police say there were two female suicide bombers, each strapped with explosives. The women blew themselves up a few minutes apart right at the gate to the festival grounds, after security guards noticed their nervousness and refused to let them inside.
Bad as it was, had the women gotten into the packed concert, it would have been far worse.
"We were standing in line for tickets," said this young doctor. "And we heard the explosion. I saw several heavily wounded people, and even tried to deliver first aid."
"We saw particles in the air-I think they were metal and part of the bomb, because they were glittering in the sun" said this teenager. "After the first blast, the police stopped everyone and then the second bomb went off-and it was much bigger."
While no one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, Russian officials say they've found the passport of one suicide bomber, and that she was a 20 year-old Chechen woman.

This would be the Chechens' first attack on the Russian capital since October, when a group of terrorists took more than 800 people hostage in a Moscow theater.
Chechen women took part in that attack, and in two other suicide bombings in and near Chechnya since May.
Beth Knobel, CBS News, Moscow))

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Another road block in the U-S backed peace plan in Israel.
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Today, a bomb planted near an Israeli army checkpoint in the Gaza Strip killed at least one Palestinian, and wounded two more. It was not immediately clear if those injured actually planted the bomb. The attack comes the day after several mortar rounds and anti-tank missiles were fired into Jewish settlements.
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Another powerful explosion at a downtown gas station in Turkey injured dozens of people. It has been ruled an accident. It occured as a fuel tanker was discharging liquified petroleum at the gas station. Police evacuated the area and several neighborhood homes.
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Coming up - people are heading out this weekend - but most seem to be hitting the highways instead of the friendly skies.
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and one Southwest Virginia town hopes heading to higher ground will give its economy a boost as well.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up in just a few, a series of firsts--Greg Biffle wins the Pepsi 400 for his first Cup win while Jon Wood can now call himself a truck series winner, and the Hillcats try to stay in first place against the Keys. Plus, this former Hoo is ready to be a pro, and Serena shows Venus how it's done again at Wimbledon. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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Independence Day is one of the most popular holidays to hit the highway. Roads are especially busy since some travelers are still leerie of taking flight. But as Jennifer Wishon reports, the busy roads aren't slowing down people this holiday weekend.
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((((NATS OF INTERSTATE 81)) Interstate 81 was bustling Saturday as holiday travelers made their way to see friends and family or simply returned home.
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((DENNIS VAZQUEZ/HOLIDAY TRAVELER: SO FAR IT'S GOING GOOD. JUST STARTED EARLIER THIS MORNING AROUND 8:00, TRAVELING BACK UP TO NEW JERSEY.))
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Busy travel times usually fuel business for area travel agencies, but this year sales have been stagnant.
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((JIM CALLAWAY/CRUISE HOLIDAYS OWNER: OUR HOLIDAY BOOKINGS FOR THIS YEAR HAVE BEEN EQUAL TO THOSE THAT WE HAD LAST YEAR BUT WE HAVEN'T HAD THE GROWTH THAT WE WOULD ANTICIPATE WITH THE INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF SHIPS THAT ARE AVAILABLE.))


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Cruise Holidays in Salem organizes vacations for those who hope to set sail. The owner says the post 9-11 era still has some travelers leery of alternate modes of transportation. But if this year is anything like the last, the holiday season isn't all washed up just yet.
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((JIM CALLAWAY: WE'VE FOUND THAT PEOPLE TEND TO BOOK VACATIONS AND BOOK TRAVEL IMMEDIATELY AFTER A HOLIDAY AND WE THINK IT MIGHT BE BECAUSE PEOPLE MAY HAVE WHAT THEY MAY CALL BUYERS REMORSE.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: ACCORDING AAA, AIR TRAVEL IS DOWN, MORE PEOPLE ARE TAKING TO THE ROADS AND SOME SAY DRIVING IS THE BEST WAY TO MAKE THE MOST OUT OF THEIR VACATION TIME.))
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((PATSY SMITH/HOLIDAY TRAVELER: WE'VE MADE THIS TRIP SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE, BUT IT'S A LONG TRIP AND IT'S VERY TIRING BUT WE PREFER TO DRIVE RATHER THAN TO FLY BECAUSE YOU MISS SO MUCH OF THE COUNTRY SIDE IN BETWEEN THAT YOU USUALLY DON'T GET TO SEE.))
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Dennis Vazquez and his family say they too prefer to drive because it allows them to alter their schedule as they go.


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((DENNIS VAZQUEZ/HOLIDAY TRAVELER: WE JUST HAD LUNCH AND THEN GONNA KEEP GOING UP AND STOP AT A CAVERN OR SOMETHING.))

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And despite more people taking to the roads, travelers say traffic hasn't been a problem.
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((PATSY SMITH/HOLIDAY TRAVELER: SO FAR IT HASN'T BEEN TOO BAD. IT STARTED OUT VERY SLOW AND THEN WHEN IT GOT CLOSE TO THE NOON HOUR IT WOULD GET HEAVY IN SPOTS BUT THEN IT WOULD DISPERSE SO THERE'S NOT REALLY BEEN ANY DELAYS BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT DOING ANY OF THE ROAD CONSTRUCTION THAT WE'VE RUN IN TO.))
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And it's the road block in public sentiment the travel industry is hoping to break through in order to get more people out of their private vehicles and in to other modes of transportation for future holidays.


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The town of Grundy is moving on up - literally.
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The move has been in the planning for years in hopes of protecting Grundy from recurrent flooding.
The town is located in a flood zone and continues to be plagued by rising waters from Levisa (Luh-VYE-suh) Fork river.
In fact, several times Grundy has nearly been swept away by flood waters.
Officials hope moving the town will also improve the local economy. Already several national companies have asked about moving to the new part of the town.
Grundy is relocating to the opposite side of the river onto a leveled mountainside. When construction is complete, the town will be three times its current size.
The fire station was the first to relocate a few days ago. But the project could take up to 10 years to complete and cost more than 250-million dollars.
Grundy is a town of 11-hundred.
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Coming up - What makes a house worth 45-million? we'll take a peek inside the estate after the break-
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and is your wife worth her weight in beer? these men think so, and are carrying them over more than just the alter.

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Roanoke City police are shifting gears to help thousands in Southwest Virginia with Alzheimers.
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The Police Department teamed up with the Roanoke Valley Harley-Davidson shop and the Roanoke Regional Alzheimer's Association today to host a 60 mile ride to raise money for "Project Lifesaver".
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((THE PROJECT LIFESAVER PLACES A TRANSMITTER ON PERSON WHO HAS ALZHEIMER'S OR OTHER FORM DEMENTIA. KIDS WITH DOWN SYNDROME OR WHO ARE AUTISTIC BECAUSE THEY TEND TO WANDER. THIS TRANSMITTER ALLOWS US TO TRACK THEM AND FIND THEM AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE ))
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Lawrence says with the baby boomers getting older there will be more of a need for services like project lifesaver.

It's estimated there are about 15-thousand people in Southwest Virginia with Alzheimer's.
Those who participated in memory ride 2003 had to pay ten dollars per bike and five dollars for passengers.
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These guys can't get their wives off their backs. But that's a good thing in the annual wife carrying competition in Central Finland.
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A couple from Estonia beat teams from all over the world for the sixth year in a row. Competitors carry their significant other, over 250 yards on a course featuring sand, grass, asphalt, and two water obstacles. There are severe penalties for dropping their mate, and points are deducted for bouncing her around too much.
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((WENDY STRAATMANN/UNITED STATES TEAM-I HAVEN'T REALLY DONE MUCH TRAINING. WARREN HERE HAS BEEN RUNNING WITH A BACKPACK FULL OF ROCK SALT TO BE READY. I'VE JUST GIVEN UP EATING ICE CREAM FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKS))
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The event is founded on a local folk story about rival tribes stealing brides away from neighboring villages. The grand prize-- your wife's weight in BEER.
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[$45M-House]


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Real estate is expensive, especially in San Francisco, but 45 MILLION dollars... Mike Sugerman takes a peek inside this home with the heafty price tag to see if it's worth it.
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That was Mike Sugarman reporting.
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Coming up, Little E and Michael Waltrip try to continue their Daytona dominance, Jon Wood is a truck series winner, plus Carolina League baseball from the Hill City. First, tonight's extra point,
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Lance Armstrong finished 7th in today's 4 mile prologue stage of the Tour de France, just seven seconds behind the winner, Bradley McGee of Australia. McGee completed the stage in 7 minutes and 26 seconds. This year marks the centennial for the world's most famous cycling event. It began in Paris for the first time in 40 years.
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Dale Earnhardt Incorporated had won 8 of the last 10 restrictor plate races, but last night's Pepsi 400 belonged to a former Truck and Busch Series champ, and current Winston Cup rookie.
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There were just two cautions tonight for ten laps, including this one at lap 75. Kurt Busch cut down a rear tire, and triggered a seven car pileup. Robby Gordon, Joe Nemechek, and Steve Park were also caught up in the melee.
Michael Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt, Junior were strong all night, but fuel strategy didn't pay off as both had to make an extra stop.
Greg Biffle pitted at lap 79 under caution and had just enough fuel to make it to the end, but Bobby Labonte didn't running out trying to chase Biffle down. Biffle picked up his very first Winston Cup win while Jeff Burton was second.
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In yesterday's truck race at Kansas, rookie Chris Horn went on a wild ride to bring out the caution. He finished 22nd.
Stuart's Jon Wood started in the back after an engine change, but he worked his way to the front and got the lead with 27 to go when Brendan Gaughan pitted for service.
Wood then held off his Roush Teammate Carl Edwards for his very first Truck Series victory.
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The Lynchburg Hillcats opened the night with a half game lead in the Carolina League's Northern Division. The Frederick Keys came a callin' last night at historic City Stadium.
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Last night's contest was delayed 15 minutes for thunderstorms in the area, but clear skies won out in the end.
Lynchburg got on the board in the bottom of the third. Chris Shelton delivers an RBI single to right field scoring Brandon Chavez and things were tied at 1.
Still in the third, the very next batter, Yurendell Decaster drives in another run as Walter Young crosses
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the dish. But there wasn't enough of that as Frederick rallied to win it 5 to 4.
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On the links today Tiger Woods put some distance between himself and the field on moving day at the 100th Western Open just outside Chicago.
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[SUPER=03-Lemont, IL/ABC Sports; :00]


Tiger was firing at the flag today, and making it look easy. This approach out of the rough makes it safely onto the dance floor to within about 2 feet. Tiger fired a 65 to get to 7-under and a three shot lead.
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At the US Women's Open, second round leader Mhari McKay came back to the pack today and Tour rookie Hillary Lunke took advantage shooting a 3-under 68, good for a one shot lead.
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Annika Sorenstam made a run thanks to a 67. Sorenstam is at 2-under, two shots behind Lunke.
Lynchburg's Donna Andrews turned in her second straight 72 and sits at Even par, five shots off the pace.

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To Wimbledon where Serena Williams gained bragging rights again in the Williams household, knocking off older sister Venus, who fought through an injury to keep things interesting.
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Serena won yesterday's final 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 at the All-England Club.
The abdominal strain that has been bothering Venus off and on for the past two months flared up during the third set, and her serve lost plenty of zip.
Serena has now won two straight Wimbledon titles and the last six matches against her sister. She holds a 7-to-5 edge over Venus in career meetings. Although Venus has won four major titles, she hasn't won a Grand Slam since the first all-Williams final at the 2001 U-S Open.
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Former Virginia Cavalier Billy McMullen won't be the only Wahoo in Eagles training camp in three weeks. Merrill Robertson, another Richmond native, hopes to have an impact on Philly's linebacking corps.
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Robertson recorded 122 tackles at Virginia and now it's up to him to fulfill a childhood dream.
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A baseball team in Covington is hoping three's a charm.
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The Covington Lumberjacks is playing its third ever season in the Shenandoah Valley League. The team plays 40 games over a two month span. The league is unique because all of the players are in college, trying to get a little work in the off-season. And to make it easier on the players, residents in Covington open up their doors, and host a player or two in their homes.
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We'll have more on the Lumberjacks in our Virginia Profile, on News 7 Sunday Morning beginning at 8.
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