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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
You'll notice some fog as you first head out today, but it'll be replaced by sunshine later on.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the complete forecast, after the news.





[7-11Salem-Fire]


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Firefighters in Salem are still on the scene of a fire that ripped through a hardware store yesterday. Investigators say they'll begin searching for the cause of the blaze later this morning.
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The fire at the True Value Northwest Hardware store on West Main Street started a little before eleven o-clock yesterday.
A passerby and neighbor noticed the smoke and alerted the seven employees and dozen customers inside. Dozens of emergency crews from Salem and Roanoke County struggled against flare-ups caused by chemicals such as fertilizers, paint and propane gas. Hazmat crews and a private company came in to contain run-off and protect the area's water supply. Authorities say traffic on West Main Street is reduced to two lanes this morning. The owner says he plans to rebuild.
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[7-AM-Workman]


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A former DEA agent will learn his sentence today for a shooting death outside a Roanoke restaurant.
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[VO-NAT from 02-46 6:01]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/October;]

The jury that convicted Timothy Workman of voluntary manslaughter last October recommended a sentence of six years and nine months. He could get all of that today, or he might receive a shorter sentence, but he can't get more. [From 02-01 TC48:02]
[SUPER=04-February 2002;]

Workman was convicted for killing Keith Bailey outside O'Charley's restaurant near the Valley View Mall 19 months ago. He was off duty at the time when the two got into a fight.
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[7-11Goodyear]


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Union workers at Goodyear haven't seen the new contract yet, but say they're relieved that an agreement's been reached.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape]


Last night, the company and the United Steelworkers Union agreed to a tentative three-year deal.
It'll cover 16-thousand Goodyear employees at 14 plants, including one in Danville. About two-thousand people work there.
Union negotiators say the latest offer had stronger health care benefits for workers and retirees than what the company offered before.
Members of the steelworkers union still must vote on the contract before it is ratified. That could come next week.
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[7-11Tech-Move]


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Many Virginia Tech students are settling into their new surroundings.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


Yesterday, was the first day for students to move into the residence halls. Officials say the first move-in day is usually the slowest, but this year a lot of students came early. About 88-hundred students fill the residence halls each year, most are freshman. This year's freshman class is about 49-hundred strong.
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[55-WXHeads]


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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
Once again, it looks like a pleasant summer day, with sunshine and highs in the 80s.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has the seven day outlook, up next.

[55-2-11Salem-Fire]


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Traffic will be slow moving this morning on West Main Street in Salem. Two lanes are still closed in front of the hardware store that caught fire yesterday. Firefighters are still on the scene knocking out hot spots. Officials will begin their investigation later today.
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[SUPER=03-Salem;]

The fire at the True Value Northwest Hardware store started a little before eleven o-clock yesterday.
A passerby and neighbor noticed the smoke and alerted the seven employees and dozen customers inside. Dozens of emergency crews from Salem and Roanoke County struggled against flare-ups caused by chemicals such as fertilizers, paint and propane gas. Hazmat crews and a private company came in to contain run-off and protect the area's water supply. The owner says he plans to rebuild.
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[55-11Goodyear]


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A provisional agreement between Goodyear and union negotiators has been reached.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape]


Last night, the company and the United Steelworkers Union agreed to a tentative three-year deal.
It'll cover 16-thousand Goodyear employees at 14 plants, including one in Danville. About two-thousand people work there.
Union negotiators say the latest offer had stronger health care benefits for workers and retirees than what the company offered before.
Members of the steelworkers union still must vote on the contract before it is ratified. That could come next week.
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[55-2-AM-Workman]


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A former federal drug agent will be sentenced later today for shooting a man to death man outside a Roanoke restaurant.
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[VO-NAT from 02-46 6:01]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/October;]

The jury that convicted Timothy Workman of voluntary manslaughter last October recommended a sentence of six years and nine months. He could get all of that today, or he might receive a shorter sentence, but he can't get more. [From 02-01 TC48:02]
[SUPER=04-February 2002;]

Workman was convicted for killing Keith Bailey outside O'Charley's restaurant near the Valley View Mall 19 months ago. He was off duty at the time when the two got into a fight.
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[55-11Museum-Grant]


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The Art Museum of Western Virginia hopes to paint a bright future.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Senator George Allen presented the museum with a 20-thousand dollar check from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The money will be used to restore 27 paintings by Thomas Eakins (A-kins), his wife Susan Macdowell Eakins, and her sister Elizabeth Macdowell Kenton.
The works of art are already at a lab in Massachusetts.
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((SUSANNAH KOERBER/ART MUSEUM OF WESTERN VIRGINIA CURATOR: A CONSERVATOR REALLY HAS TO BE PART SCIENTIST AND PART ARTIST. IT'S A VERY METICULOUS SORT OF A MILLIMETER BY MILLIMETER PROCESS.))
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The restoration work will take about two years and will cost more than a hundred thousand dollars.
Thomas Eakins is regarded as one of the most important realists in American Art.
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Good morning, I'm Kimberly McBroom......
It's a perfect day to spend poolside--
Look for highs in the 80s and plenty of sunshine.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has details, up next in the forecast.





[8-11Salem-Fire]


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Firefighters are still hard at work putting out a blaze at a Salem hardware store.
Authorities will begin trying to pinpoint the cause of the fire later today.
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[SUPER=03-Salem;]

The fire at the True Value Northwest Hardware store on Route 11- 460 started a little before eleven yesterday morning.

A passerby and neighbor noticed the smoke and alerted the seven employees and dozen customers inside. Dozens of emergency crews from Salem and Roanoke County struggled against flare-ups caused by chemicals such as fertilizers, paint and propane gas. Authorities say traffic is still reduced to two lanes this morning.
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A member of Dr. Cecil Knox's office staff has apparently made a deal with the government. Tiffany Durham is scheduled to plead guilty to a single charge today with no prison time. The government says Durham was the Drug Hot Line Operator in Dr. Knox' office. She could be called to testify against him. His trial is still more than two weeks away.


[8-2-11Goodyear]


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Goodyear and its largest union have reached a tentative contract agreement.
Union workers say they're relieved top hear that, although many say they haven't actually seen the contract yet.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape]


Last night, the company and the United Steelworkers Union agreed to a tentative three-year deal.
It'll cover 16-thousand Goodyear employees at 14 plants, including the one in Danville. Union negotiators say the latest offer had stronger health care benefits for workers and retirees than what the company offered before.
A membership vote could come next week.
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[8-11Franklin-Water]


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A multi-million-dollar plan to pipe water from Smith Mountain Lake to parts of Franklin County is flowing smoothly.
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[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;]


Workers in Bedford County are erecting a million-gallon water tank that will serve both counties with water drawn from the lake.
Franklin County approved financing for the first phase of the project at its meeting Tuesday.
The county estimates it will cost 3-point-6 MILLION dollars to build a water line from the water tower to the Westlake Corner area.
The whole project could cost more than 50-million dollars.
It's scheduled for completion in 2005.
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