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A man shot and killed in his own home- -but it's not a domestic case, nor a random act of violence.
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And a plan to ramp up enforcement on certain high-impact highways.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - the Commonwealth Games gets a new look. Frank Beamer is in the house along with the folks from TAP.
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And UVa's Heath Miller - from Honaker - is named to the Mackey award watch list this preseason.
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[WX-Head]
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The heat is on and will stay on for this week. Expect showers to pop up in the afternoon. Details ahead.
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News 7 is next.
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((GARY BRANSCOME/NEIGHBOR; I'M NOT FRIGHTENED MYSELF BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW OF ANY REASONS THAT IT SHOULD HAPPEN IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD, YOU DON'T SUSPECT ANYTHING LIKE THAT.))
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Residents react to a murder in an upscale neighborhood in Roanoke County.
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A suspect is in custody facing first degree murder charges for the fatal shooting.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
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And I'm Shannon Young.
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The shooting happened just before 11 a-m at a home on Larson Lane in Roanoke County.
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Inside the house police found 42-year old Christopher Hanes killed by a gunshot wound. 23-year old Muhammed Hamid Majeed is in custody for the shooting
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Rachel Cannon was on the scene for much of the day and joins us with more, Rachel? Keith more details are emerging about why this happened.
[LIVE= Rachel /FULL Newsroom Pod]
[SUPER=@Rachel1;]

Friends of Christopher Hanes say he owned rental properties in the area and that this could be connected to a security deposit on one of them. Police confirm this was not a random act and that the two knew each other.
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(( Police describe Tuesday's situation on Larson Road as rare.
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((DONNA L. FURROW/ASST. CHIEF OF POLICE ROANOKE CO.; WE DON'T USUALLY HAVE PROBLEMS IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD.))
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But this morning a call came in that someone had been shot. Once on the scene, police found one man dead AND a shooter. Police arrested Muhammed Hamid Majeed.
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((DONNA L. FURROW/ASST. CHIEF OF POLICE ROANOKE CO.; HE TURNED HIMSELF IN WITHOUT INCIDENT NO ONE WAS INJURED.))
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Majeed faces first degree murder charges and a charge of using a firearm in the commission of a felony. The victim, 42-year-old Christopher Hanes is well-known in the community. Friends say he's a family man who worked as a car salesman and independent carrier for the Roanoke Times.
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((DONNA L. FURROW/ASST. CHIEF OF POLICE ROANOKE CO.; EVERYTHING IS STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION WE DON'T KNOW EXACTLY WHY IT DOESN'T APPEAR TO BE A DOMESTIC SITUATION BUT RIGHT NOW WE JUST DON'T HAVE A WHOLE LOT OF DETAILS.))
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Police say members of the Hanes family were home at the time of the shooting and that they were taken to a neighbor's house. The incident has shaken this small upscale community.
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((GARY BRANSCOME/NEIGHBOR; REALLY A NICE NEIGHBORHOOD PEOPLE ARE A LITTLE BUSY WITH THEIR OWN DOINGS.))
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Majeed is expected to be arraigned this week on the charges against him. Keith,
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This is the first homicide in Roanoke County this year.

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The third defendant in a double homicide in Pittsylvania County changed his mind today.
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Matthew Shallenberger pled guilty to seven crimes yesterday but said he'd go to trial today on the capital murder charges. This morning he pled guilty to all counts.
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Shallenberger admitted to the October murders of Julian Lewis Jr. and his 25 year old son Charles at their Keeling home. Prosecutors say Shallenberger and another man, Rodney Fuller, joined Lewis' wife, Theresa, in a murder-for-hire scheme. Theresa Lewis was sentenced to die for the crime. Fuller pled guilty and is serving a life sentence.
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The sentencing phase for Shallenberger began this afternoon and will resume tomorrow with testimony from one of his co-defendants.
He faces a life sentence or the death penalty.

[4H-Camp]


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Policies at an area camp are coming under more scrutiny, after allegations of staged fights surfaced yesterday.
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The Virginia Cooperative Extension, which runs the 4-H center at Smith Mountain Lake and 5 others around the state, is now reviewing its procedures.
Yesterday, Franklin County's prosecutor started looking into allegations that volunteer counselors at the Smith Mountain Lake camp set up fights and forced campers to take part.
In a statement today, the director of the Extension program said the allegations, if true, are contrary to what 4-H stands for and teaches.
Franklin County investigators continue to interview campers. Commonwealth's Attorney Cliff Hapgood also confirmed that the groups staying at the camp last week were from Bedford and Halifax Counties.
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[Safety-Corridor]


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A new law that recently went into effect is designed to make your ride on highways like Interstate 81 safer.
But it could be several months before the law is implemented and one area lawmaker wants to know what's taking so long.
Justin McLeod has more on what some are calling a bureaucratic roadblock.
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((((NAT SOUND OF CARS DRIVING BY))
It sounds like a good idea, designate parts of certain highways as safety corridors.
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((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/(D) ROANOKE: ALL THE HIGHWAYS IN VIRGINIA COULD HAVE A SAFETY CORRIDOR IF THERE IS AN INDICATION THAT A PARTICULAR LOCATION IS HAZARDOUS.)) [Runs10]
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That would be determined by the number of accidents as well as the type and volume of vehicle traffic.
If you're caught speeding within a safety corridor, you will face heftier fines, as much as 500 dollars.
The state will even put up signs warning that you are about to enter one of these zones.
It is believed parts of Interstate 81 will become the first designated corridors.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: BEFORE A HIGHWAY CAN BE DESIGNATED A SAFETY CORRIDOR, CERTAIN CRITERIA MUST BE IN PLACE. OFFICIALS WITH V-DOT, THE STATE POLICE, AND DMV WILL HAVE ITS FIRST MEETING JULY 21ST. BUT IT COULD BE UNTIL THE END OF THE YEAR OR LONGER BEFORE THAT CRITERIA IS COMPLETE.)) [Runs16]
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((NAT SOUND OF CARS DRIVING BY))
The state wants to make sure it gets it right the first time.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/V-DOT SPOKESPERSON: WE'RE GOING TO MAKE SURE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY CAN ENFORCE THE LAW, WE'RE GOING TO MAKE SURE THE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES CAN EDUCATE PEOPLE ABOUT HIGHWAY SAFETY CORRIDORS AND WE'RE GOING WE AT V-DOT UNDERSTAND EXACTLY WHAT THE LAW MEANS FOR PEOPLE.)) [Runs13]
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But the chief sponsor of the law says the process is taking longer than it should.
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((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS: I WOULD HOPE WE COULD MOVE FORWARD QUICKER THAN THAT. I WOULD BY THE END OF THE YEAR WE WOULD HAVE SOME UP.)) [Runs05]
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That is unlikely.
Once the rules are in place, localities must the decide whether to have a highway safety corridor and that can only be determined after several public hearings.
It goes to show you that the road to better safety can sometimes be a long bumpy one.
Justin McLeod, News 7.))

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It's a controversial task-- reforming Virginia's tax system.
The committee charged with the job has made it more controversial, even before its first meeting.
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We'll explain why next.
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And see how a rare deluge from mother nature is making for a bumpy ride in one area.
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[Tax-Reform]
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The Commission charged with reforming Virginia's tax code has not even held its first meeting.
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But it is already stirring up lots of controversy.
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Meghan Muldoon joins us now from Richmond with more.
Governor Warner was intending to meet
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with members of the Tax Reform Commission later this week in private but the public had a lot to say about that.
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(( Candidate Mark Warner pledged that if he was elected he would reform Virginia's 88-year-old tax code.
But when Warner announced he was hosting members of the Tax Reform Commission behind closed doors at the Executive Mansion, many wondered why the "straight talk" governor wanted to keep the public out.
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But the governor said the informal gathering does not violate Virginia's open-meeting requirements.
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But it wasn't to be.
The Attorney General, Speaker of the House and the media publicly criticized Warner and the bipartisan Commission for violating Virginia's open-meeting law.
The A-C-L-U threatened to sue.
By 4:00 the group succumbed to the pressure announced that Thursday's meeting will be open.
But critics already wary that the Tax Reform Commission will raise taxes, say the controversy only adds to their concerns.
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This probably won't be the last of the controversy
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Tax reform looms as the key issue for the next General Assembly session, and when you're talking about people's wallets.

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Lynchburg police are on the lookout for a man charged with stabbing another man during an argument this afternoon.

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Around 12:15, police say the two men were involved in an altercation inside this home in the 2400 block of Cobbs Street.
51-year-old James Arthur Marshall was cut on the wrist and in the abdomen. He's still being treated at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Authorities are looking for 53-year-old Warren Haskins. He's charged with malicious wounding.
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The former head of Virginia's Republican Party will serve three years of probation for eavesdropping on Democrats.
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Ed Matricardi was sentenced today for listening in on a Democratic Party conference call last year.
He will also pay a five thousand dollar fine.
Matricardi apologized in court for accessing the two calls but said he did not know at the time he was breaking the law.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: I'M GLAD THAT MR MATRICARDI FINALLY ACKNOWLEDGED THAT WHAT HE DID WAS WRONG. IT SHOWS POLITICAL OPERATIVES WHO WIN AT ANY COST DOESN'T HAVE A PLACE IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS.)) ((STEPHEN BENJAMIN/MATRICARDI'S ATTORNEY: WE ARE PLEASED WITH THE RESOLUTION OF THIS CASE :55 WE'RE HAPPY WITH THE SENTENCE THAT WAS IMPOSED TODAY. ED AND HIS FAMILY ARE GLAD TO HAVE THIS BEHIND HIM AND LOOK FORWARD TO CONTINUING WITH THEIR LIFE.))
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Matricardi's sentence includes 180 hours of community service.
The felony conviction also leaves him unable to vote.
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Also in court today, former U-V-A basketball star Ralph Sampson was sentenced to two years probation for failure to pay child support.
Sampson was also fined one-thousand dollars.
At one time, he owed more than 22-thousand dollars in child support.
Sampson's lawyer says his client started to have difficulty with the payments after he quit playing for the N-B-A.


In April, Sampson was sentenced to a year of probation for failing to pay child support for another daughter in the Charlottesville area.
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Wall Street registered another win, with technology stocks in the lead. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW rose six points.
NASDAQ gained 26.
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[Storm-Damage]


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A weekend rain storm continues to leave its mark on parts of Montgomery County.
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VDOT says at least half a dozen public roads were washed out Sunday in a torrential downpour.
Residents along Willis Hollow Road near Shawsville say more than five inches of rain fell in less than 90 minutes ... washing out their roads and driveways.
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((DAVID GRAVELL/MONTGOMERY CO. RESIDENT; IT ALMOST SEEMED LIKE THERE WERE NO AIR SPACES BETWEEN THE RAIN DROPS. IT'S JUST LIKE A SOLID SHEET OF WATER THAT POURED DOWN. ))
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Most residents like Joan Palmer are still cleaning up debris.
The creek near her home swelled and took out her fence and driveway.
The National Weather Service in Blacksburg confirms that five inches of rain DID fall on the area in less than two hours.
Meteorologists say rainfall THAT heavy is extremely rare.
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[Swift-Water]


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The last time Montgomery County was hit by major flooding one person died.
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The area's only certified swift-water rescue team, based in Salem, was called on to help. Now the Elliston fire department is forming its own team. The Elliston team will consist of about eight volunteer firefighters, who've already begun training. But, officials say it will take time.
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((PUG WELLS/ELLISTON FIRE CHIEF: TO REACH A SKILL LEVEL TO EFFECTIVELY RESCUE SOMEONE IN SWIFT WATER SUCH AS WE EXPERIENCED IN FEBRUARY WILL TAKE TWO OR THREE YEARS.))
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Wells says he's also working with other fire officials in the area to form a REGIONAL swift-water rescue team. The group will have its first meeting next week at the Radford Fire Department.
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Coming up tonight on the Big 7 - lots of football news from UVa, Tech and Tap - plus
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the Commonwealth Games may have some of the same heated competition later this month, but their will be a new look to the games.
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The Commonwealth Games are entering their 14th year of competition
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and Virginia's version of the Olympics has a new look.
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The new logo appears not only on the games programs and T-shirts but also on the medals that will be awarded to the winning athletes. The new look serves as a source of motivation for the Games athletes and organizers.
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and look who will be the first to carry the torch to start the Games. Recently re-assigned Roanoke City Resource officer Butch Lewis.
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UVa has found a new head baseball coach to replace Dennis Womack. Brian O'Connor was named to the post today. He comes to UVa from Notre Dame where for the past nine years he has been an assistant with the Irish. The last two seasons he has been an Associate Head coach for Notre Dame.

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Former Honaker quarterback turned tight end at UVa -
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Heath Miller has been named to the preseason watch list for the John Mackey award that is given annually to the top tight end in college football. The sophomore from Swords Creek had 9 touchdown catches as a freshman last season.
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Tech football coach Frank Beamer is back from vacation and recovered from a hospital stay. Steve Mason says while the Big East stress is in the past, future challenges are already here.
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((While Virginia Tech and other college football programs are in a dead recruiting period, coach Beamer's ideas for new recruiting trips down tobacco road are very much alive. ((FRANK BEAMER.VA. TECH HEAD FOOTBALL COACH:))
But according to Beamer, the Tech recruiting bar isn't the only aspect of the Tech football program that will be raised. ((:))
Tech and Miami were a combined 21 and 4 last season, a record comparable with the top two teams from the SEC and Big 12, which were both 23 and 4 and the PAC 10, which were 21 and 5, stats that indicate adding the Hokies and Canes cleary boosts ACC football stock in Beamer's opinion. ((:)) ow that Tech and Miami's move is secure, the rumormill has been churning again. The latest, that Florida will be the 12th team to jump to the ACC.)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:))

[S-Field]


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The Roanoke school system and Victory Stadium are again forming a winning team.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Total Action Against Poverty is again helping dropouts return to the classroom. The Western Virginia Education Classic football game raises proceeds to make this happen.
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((GEORGE "PUP" WILLIAMS/2004 OLYMPIC TRACK & FIELD COACH: WE BELIEVE IN YOUNG PEOPLE. WE DO NOT CRITICIZE YOUNG PEOPLE . WE BELIEVE IN YOUNG PEOPLE BECAUSE EVERYBODY WANTS SOME KIND OF HELP SOMEWHERE.))
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[VO-NAT]

This year's game matches Virginia Union University against Saint Augustine's College. This is the 4th year the classic will be held.
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((SHERMAN LEA/TAP CHAIRMAN: THERE IS A LOT OF EXCITEMENT. SO WE HOPE THAT EVERYONE WILL MARK FOR OCTOBER 4TH AT 4PM AT VICTORY STADIUM BECAUSE COLLEGE FOOTBALL IS BACK AGAIN.))
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The game has helped more than 300 dropouts get their diplomas. The Annual game is in its 4th year. (------------)