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The Commonwealth's Attorney strikes a blow for kids forced to fight at a local camp.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

And residents of a local retirement home claim neglect.... of their building.
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[Sports-head]


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Tonight in sports, UVa's Al Groh talks about how the ACC's new additions will affect the league, Ricky Rudd is ready to reach a milestone Sunday in Pocono,
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and Meg Davies ends Dot Bolling's run of nine straight City-County golf titles.
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[WX-Head]
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We had a beautiful sunny day across the region and it will continue right through the weekend. I'll have your forecast. [Open]
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((THERE IS STILL AN INVESTIGATION PENDING INTO THE ADULTS IN THIS MATTER.))
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Three teenagers are charged with starting fights at a 4H- Center.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

As the prosecutor says, however, the investigation is not over.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
[ANCHOR=2-Shot]


And I'm Shannon Young. [4h-Fights]
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It's been three weeks since the organized fights allegedly took place at a Franklin County 4H-Center.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


After interviewing nearly 50 people, authorities now believe they have a handle on what happened.
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Jennifer Wishon is here tonight with specifics. Keith and Shannon, nine young men, ages 10- to- 12, have been identified as being injured during fighting at 4H- Camp.

[LIVE=Jennifer Full/BAM]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1;]

At the time they were being supervised by teen counselors who are four to six years older.
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[OUT Q=from Bedford County]

Charges include assault and battery, felony bodily injury, child abuse and disorderly conduct. The teens were in charge of approximately 48 campers staying in one of the lodges. Hapgood says the fights took place July 2nd and 3rd. He also says two adults are still under investigation.
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Two of the teens accused have secured attorneys and are expected to cooperate.
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The three teenagers who will be charged had all attended 4H- Camp before. But there is no evidence that they took part in organized fighting in the past. Hapgood says each county determines the number of adults they bring with them and the supervision of campers is a seperate issue in this case.
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Keith and Shannon, Hapgood says to expect the trial in a couple months.

[Gretna-fire]


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Firefighters battled flames near Gretna this afternoon, but were unable to save a family's aging homeplace.
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No one lived in the house near Tucker Road, and no one was injured by the fire, but the structure held a lifetime of memories for Fred Tucker and his family.
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((I GREW UP HERE. THIS IS WHERE I WAS BRED AND BORN HERE 62 YEARS AGO. AND YOU KNOW IT'S TRAGEDY TO LOOK AT YOUR HOME HOUSE GO DOWN WHERE MY DAD BUILT WORKED LABORED AND FATHERED 14 CHILDREN HERE IN THIS HOUSE. TODAY IT'S GONE. THANK GOD NOBODY WAS HURT.))
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Smoke was visible for miles, and volunteer firefighters from Gretna and Renan (ree-nan) responded. Tankers shuttled water to the site, but the fire ultimately burned the building to the ground.
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[Federal-Mogul]


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More layoff news tonight, involving the fourth company in two days.
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About 50-Federal-Mogul workers have been laid off this year in Blacksburg. Officials blame a weak economy and a reduction in market demand. Despite rumors, officials say they have no plans for more layoffs at the automotive plant. Federal-Mogul manufactures automotive engine parts and has been in business for more than 30-years. The company currently employs about 430-people.
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[VHDA]


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Virginia is the only government that restricts state housing loans to borrowers in the same family.
But the Virginia Housing Development Authority is looking at changing that policy.
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Meghan Muldoon was at today's public hearing.
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[SUPER=@Meghan1]
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This issue has been around before.
But there is a renewed effort underway to extend state housing loans to gay couples and single parents.
and that has some Christian groups concerned.
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(( The VHDA's so-called family rule limits loan eligibility to borrowers who are related by blood, marriage or adoption.
It was first adopted in 1980 and reinstated in 1996 after a two-year lapse.
Supporters of the family rule say it's good public policy.
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((VICTORIA COBB/FAMILY FOUNDATION OF VA: THIS IS A SIGNIFICANT POLICY CHANGE THAT DEPARTS FROM THE LONGSTANDING HISTORY IN THE COMMONWEALTH TO BOTH PROTECT AND PROMOTE MARRIAGE AND THERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH MARRIAGE. :31 BECAUSE MARRIAGE IS THE CORE OF FAMILY LIFE. :34))
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Some supporters of the policy showed up for the public hearing with signs against homosexuality.
But critics point out that the family rule doesn't just hurt gay and lesbian couples.
They say the policy also discriminates against the elderly, the disabled, single parents, heterosexual couples who are engaged but not married...Virginians who without VHDA's assistance may not be able to afford owning a home.
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((AIMEE PERRON/ACLU OF VA: WHAT THE RHETORIC WE'VE HEARD ITS GOING TO THREATEN FAMILIES, IT'S GOING TO THREATEN MARRIAGE. THIS WAS THE POLICY THAT WAS IN EFFECT FROM 1994 TO 1996, THE WORLD IN VIRGINIA DIDN'T CRASH AROUND US WHEN THAT HAPPENED, WHEN IT WAS MORE INCLUSIVE.))
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Seven of the 11 VHDA commissioners are Warner appointees.
The vote on the policy change is scheduled to take place tomorrow morning and it is expected to pass.
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If that happens, it is likely that the general assembly will take up the issue and have the final say.

[Blacksburg-Homes]


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A housing development project in Blackburg has residents in one neighborhood all shook up.
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Don Rude says he didn't get the kind of welcome he would've liked last month when he moved into his Crestwood Drive home. Rude and several other neighbors say rock blasting at a nearby housing development site is not only a nuisance, but a real threat to their homes.
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((DON RUDE/OPPOSES DEVELOPMENT PROJECT:THE WATER, THE SEPTIC SYSTEM. THE WELLS OVER HERE...THE SEPTIC SYSTEMS DOWN THERE. THE FOUNDATION OF THE HOUSE. OBVIOUSLY THE VIBRATION WENT THROUGH THE CENTER OF MY HOUSE.))
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Some of the residents went as far as getting an emergency injunction to stop the blasting, saying that the company did NOT obtain proper building permits to even begin the project. However, a spokesperson for Community Housing Partners says the property is within County lines, so it does NOT need a permit, only approval from the state. The temporary injunction was lifted this morning, but residents say they haven't given up just yet.
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Federal investigators are probing the sale of a local hospital. That story still ahead on the newscast.
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[VO-NAT]
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And residents of a local retirement home want to know who OWNS the place and who's going to fix it up.
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Residents of a local independent living facility say there are serious problems just waiting to happen there.
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Roanoke County's Shenandoah Homes is going on two months without any management.
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News 7 Business Reporter Rachel Cannon has been taking a look at the situation and has more. Rachel? Keith and Shannon, The first question residents want answered is who owns the facility.
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Many say they've been told the ownership is in limbo while the owner, which at some point was the First Church of God in Roanoke, deals with legal and financial problems. But residents say they can't wait and need help now.
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(( NATS 03:51:55 "WE WANT MANAGEMENT, AND WE WANT THINGS TAKEN CARE OF." Byrd Patterson has lived at Shenandoah Homes for over a year. He's among a number residents concerned about growing problems. The biggest one being NO management.
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((BYRD PATTERSON/SHENANDOAH HOMES RESIDENT; THERE IS NO ONE TO PAY OUR RENT TO THERE IS NO ONE TO VOICE OUR COMPLAINTS.))
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Residents say the main administrator left at the beginning of June. Almost two months later there's no replacement or a clear answer to who owns the building.
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((BYRD PATTERSON/SHENANDOAH HOMES RESIDENT; IT'S IN TRANSITION OF BEING SOLD AND THE MANAGEMENT COMPANY PULLED OUT AND WE'RE JUST IN LIMBO. ))
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Patterson says problems include broken air conditioners, dirty common areas and abandoned apartments. He says this one has been vacant for a year. NATS 03:52:23 "THERE'S MILK IN HERE DATED FROM LAST AUGUST. Shelia Arrington moved into the building three years ago.
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((SHELIA ARRINGTON/SHENANDOAH HOMES RESIDENT; I LIKE IT HERE, IT WAS SAFE FOR A VERY LONG TIME NOW AS SOON AS MANAGEMENT PULLED OUT IT'S NOT SAFE ANYMORE.))
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Like a number of others, Arrington is withholding her rent until the management issue is resolved. But her biggest concern is how elderly and disabled residents are coping.
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The Department of Housing and Urban Development is getting involved since they do pay a portion of the rent for some of the 80 residents in the building.
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An inspector is expected to check the facility for health and safety concerns within the next two weeks. A spokesman says a number of things could happen to the facility but that it would likely take months.

[Victory-Stadium]


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Bill Carder stepped down from Roanoke City Council earlier this year, but he continues to watch the controversy over Victory Stadium with concern.
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When Council considered the future of victory stadium in 2001, and decided to construct a new multi-purpose facility, members thought they were making a decision and moving on.
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If council is now reconsidering Victory Stadium, Carder wonders what other decisions will soon be up for review?
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((SO I THINK THERE IS SOME CONCERN ALL OVER THE CITY IN TERMS OF LEADERSHIP OF WHAT THIS POSSIBLE REVERSAL MIGHT SIGNAL FOR THE FUTURE OF THE CITY.))
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Carder now manages Berry Hill Mansion, the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center located near South Boston.
He says he remains convinced that Roanoke City Council made the right decision when it voted to build the new stadium amphitheater near the civic center.
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Ferrum College has reached an out of court settlement with the family of a student who hanged himself in his room three and a half years ago. Ferrum accepted some responsibility for Michael Frentzel's death, because the 19-year old freshman from Illinois had THREATENED to take his own life after an argument with his girlfriend. In a statement released today, the school acknowledged "errors in judgment and communication by school personnel." Ferrum agreed to make changes to its crisis intervention procedures and to improve student counseling.

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Wall Street opened with early gains but couldn't hold on. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The Dow fell 82 points. Nasdaq dropped 18.
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[Pulley]


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A Southside man accused of killing his wife will not face the death penalty.
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[SUPER=03-Yanceyville, NC/February]

Prosecutors have decided NOT to seek a capital murder conviction against Eugene Rick Pulley. He is accused of the murder of his wife, Patty Jo in 1999. Her remains were found under a Caswell County, North Carolina bridge last December. Rick Pulley is being held in the Caswell County Jail without bond.
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A woman was shot in the back in Pittsylvania County around noon today.
Authorities say a single shot hit the woman while she was crossing Warehouse Road with a friend.
The 21 year old is being treated at Danville Regional Medical Center. There's no word on her condition.
For her protection the Sheriff's department says it is not releasing her name.
Police are looking for a blue Ford Taurus with a long antenna and a bow attached to it.

[Bedford-Hospital]


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The Federal Trade Commission is investigating a merger between local health systems.
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In July of 2001, Carilion sold half its interest in Bedford Memorial Hospital to Centra Health. Officials said the union would allow the hospital to better serve the community and increase certain services. A spokesman for Carilion says the FTC has not made any allegations but has requested information about the reasons for the sale and the structure of the transactions. He adds that the move is not surprising in light of the fact that the FTC is also reviewing a number of other hospital mergers across the country.
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Coming up, Meg Davies captures her first City-County Championship today, Ricky Rudd is set to make his 700th start this weekend, and
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[VO-NAT]


Lance Armstrong continues to lead the 100th Tour de France.
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[S-Women]


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Meg Davies is the Women's City County golf champion after today's two shot victory over 12 time champ Dot Bolling.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Davies 68 yesterday put her in the fabled catbird's seat in today's third and final round with a six shot cushion.

But she struggled with a 78 today, and was penalized two shots at the 18th for taking a wrong drop.
Davies had just enough to hang on for the win, while Bolling finished second after a 74.
Vicki Kasza and Cathy Carter tied for third.
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[S-UVA]


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With Virginia Tech and Miami's arrival a year away, the ACC has one more season to stand on its own two legs and prove to the college football world that the conference is among the nation's elite. Steve Mason has more from some of the ACC coaches, Al Groh and Frank Beamer.
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((The battles between Tech and Virginia have always been hard fought, so how does coexisting in the same conference affect the rivalry and recruiting? ((AL GROH:)) ((FRANK BEAMER:)) Groh, who is OH and 2 against the Hokies, does recognize how Miami has raised the bar in all areas of the game, especially recruiting. ((:)) But according to many of the ACC coaches, the league made great strides before the edition of Miami and Virginia Tech. Florida State was 70 and 2 in the Seminoles first nine years in the ACC. They've lost more conference games than that in the last two seasons. ((:)) ((:)) Al groh speaks to the Roaboke Valley Sports Club later tonight and his future ACC coaching rival Frank Beamer is also in town this evening. He visits with the Ronaoke Valley Hokie Club at Hidden Valley Country Club. We will here from both on News 7 at 11. Steve mason news 7 sports.))

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This weekend the Nascar Winston Cup Series heads to the Poconos for the second time in six weeks, where Ricky Rudd will make his 700th career start. The Chesapeake native says that the sport has changed plenty during his 22 year career and that technology has taken much of the racing out of the driver's hands.
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It was a busy afternoon on the big league diamonds with 8 matinee matchups, including the Marlins visiting Hot lanta.
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[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/TBS; :00]


Javy Lopez crushed his 27th dinger of the season for Atlanta--a two run job in the fourth that broke a one all tie.
[SUPER=35-Florida/2/Atlanta/5/;]


John Smoltz pitched the ninth for his 37th save in 39 chances as Atlanta beat Florida by a final of 5 to 2.
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/YES; :]


In New York, the Orioles sent Roger Clemens to his quickest exit of the season. Clemens lasted just four innings, giving up nine hits
[SUPER=35-Baltimore/5/New York/3/;]

including homeruns to BJ Surhoff and Jeff Conine, as the Orioles knocked off the Yanks 5 to 3.
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[S-Tour]


[ANCHOR=travis]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-152 TC1332]
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Lance Armstrong is still wearing yellow at the Tour de France after riding back in the pack in today's 17th stage to conserve a little energy.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bordeaux, France/OLN; :00]


Dutchman Servais Knaven won the flat stage in just under 4 hours today.
Armstrong finished 28th in the stage, but his overall lead is one minute and seven seconds over Jan Ullrich.
The race will reach its conclusion Sunday in Paris.
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