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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... Three teenagers are arrested in connection with a bombing in Henry County...
[ENG#2]
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And an Army Chaplain who served at Guantanamo will return to duty after charges are dropped. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Authorities have made three arrests in connection with a bombing in Henry County.
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[SUPER=03-Fieldale/Thursday Night;]

Two 17-year old boys are charged with felony manufacture, use, and transportation of an explosive device. One of them is at the W-W Moore detention center in Danvile, and the other is undergoing a mental health evaluation. 18-year-old Jason Matthew Spence of Martinsville was also charged and is held in the Henry county jail on a 10-thousand dollar bond.
Police responded to a parking lot at this auto repair shop in Fieldale Thursday evening, after a bomb went off in the front seat of a Volkswagon.
State Police then detonated a second bomb.
Sheriff's Deputies say the explosion was small and was the result of a homemade-style bomb.
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The Roanoke City School Board has called a special meeting for next week, and it appears superintendent Wayne Harris may be on the way out.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


There was no mention of their Monday plans, as school board members gathered with Harris for a work session Friday morning.
Members of the board contacted later by phone would not reveal any additional details.
Harris also declined to comment.
But sources say the meeting will deal with the renegotiation of the superintendent's contract... and the likelihood that Harris will step down at the end of the current school year.
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Harris has been on the job here since July 1993, when he came to the Roanoke school system from Fairfax County.
The school board has scheduled a closed session meeting for 10 o'clock Monday morning, with a news conference to follow at 10:30.

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A vote by the House of Delegates is expected this weekend on its 58-billion dollar budget that was passed yesterday by the House Appropriations Committee. The budget includes a provision to hold a statewide referendum on increasing state taxes.
In the meantime, as the number of days state lawmakers remain in Richmond goes up, the cost of keeping them there is also rising.
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For every day they're at the capitol, each receives 115-dollars to cover expenses.
The Senate has decided to forgo the per diem during the special session, but the House voted to keep the money.
That decision has angered some members.
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((DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG/D- HENRY CO: I DON'T THINK WE DESERVE IT. WE HAVEN'T GOT A BUDGET BUT I INTEND TO TAKE MINE AND DONATE IT TO THE LOCAL SCHOOLS OF THE DISTRICT I REPRESENT. ONE WAY OR ANOTHER I'M GOING TO GET MONEY FROM RICHMOND BACK TO MY LOCAL SCHOOLS.))
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[OUT Q=BACK TO MY LOCAL SCHOOLS.]
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Ten delegates have decided not to accept the checks.
But most members say they can't afford not to.
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[IN Q=WE'RE NOT ASKING TO BE]

((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R- SALEM: WE'RE NOT ASKING TO BE PAID EXTRA WE'RE JUST SAYING WE'RE DOWN HERE TO DO THE PEOPLE'S BUSINESS. THE BOTTOM LINE IS IT'S BEEN STANDARD PROCEDURE FOR EVERY SPECIAL SESSION IN THE ELEVEN YEARS I'VE BEEN HERE.))
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[OUT Q=IN THE ELEVEN YEARS I'VE BEEN HERE.]
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Legislators are expected to work through the weekend in an effort to come up with the state's two-year spending plan.
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[Yee]


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An Army officer accused of mishandling classified documents at the Guantanamo Bay prison has been re-instated, but he won't be returning to the facility.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape]

Captain James Yee- a Muslim chaplain- will be allowed to resume his duties at Fort Lewis near Tacoma, Washington. In September Yee was accused of a number of charges including mishandling classified material, failing to obey an order, adultery and conduct unbecoming an officer for allegedly downloading pornography on his government computer. The commander of the Guantanamo facility says the charges are being dropped because of "national security concerns that would arise from the release of evidence" if the case were continued.
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The number of arrests is growing, as a Pakistani military assault on suspected terrorists continues near the border with Afghanistan.
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[SUPER=03-Wana, Pakistan;]

Helicopters and artillery are pounding positions where hundreds of tribesmen and al-Qaida suspects, possibly including al-Qaida Number two man Ayman al-Zawahri (A-men Al-sar-eee), are hunkered down in mud fortresses. Up to 400-militants are believed holed up in the heavily fortified compounds in the remote tribal region near Afghanistan.
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In sports, the Roanoke Express opened up a critical two game home stand last night against the southern division's top team Columbia -at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Columbia vs. Express;]

Not much of a crowd on hand for a team trying to make the playoffs and skating against the first place Inferno. But the Express would make a statement early in this one as John Fisher gets the tally off of Duncan Dalmao's (dal-mayo's) assist. It's a power play goal off of some nice puck work.
[SUPER=38-Columbia/3/Roanoke/4/Final In Shootout;]

Roanoke gets the game to overtime and wins it 4 to 3 in a shootout.
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The Express hosts South Carolina tonight at 7:30 at the Roundhouse. Now let's take a look at the scoreboards.

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More people than ever are trading in their hamburgers for salad. A vegetarian lifestyle is nothing new, but seems to be gaining popularity, so much so that a public outcry saved a local vegetarian hotspot- Eden's Way Cafe.

[SUPER=01-Tom Knapczyk/Eden's Way Cafe]
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[Producer calls for B-Roll of restaurant 1:15 MAX]
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An organization founded in Roanoke has become a national voice for American troops wounded in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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When wounded veterans come home, they often face another battle just to get on with their lives.
To give them a hand, former Marine John Melia (MEE-lee-uh) and members of his family started the Wounded Warrior Project.
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((WELL, RIGHT NOW, THE BIGGEST THING THAT WE'RE DOING IS, UH, COUNSELING WOUNDED SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN AND MARINES ON THEIR BENEFITS. WE'RE ALSO TALKING TO THEM ABOUT HOW ARE THEY GONNA, WHAT KIND OF CHALLENGES THEY'RE GONNA FACE IN CIVILIAN LIFE, AND WE'RE ACTUALLY GOING OUT TO CORPORATIONS AND TRYING TO GET SOME OF THESE GUYS HIRED BY COMPANIES.))
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[OUT Q=...hired by companies.]
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The organization is also distributing special backpacks to wounded American vets.
The backpacks contain comfort supplies, including clothing, toiletries, and even C-D players.
For information on how to sponsor a backpack for a vet, just go to our website, at WDBJ7 dot com, and click on "Websites in The News."
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A Narrows woman attacked by a bobcat earlier this week must undergo treatment for rabies, after tests show the animal had the disease.
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[SUPER=03-Giles Co./Wednesday;]


On Tuesday Kristy Hahn was attacked by a 25-pound bobcat in the basement of her mother-in-law's home.
The bobcat bit her on the neck and scratched her arm, back and shoulders.
Animal control officers shot and killed the animal.
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[Biz-Review]


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Goodyear workers avoid a strike, a Roanoke business is expanding, and Franklin County's workforce training center needs more room. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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Franklin County's workforce training center is looking for a new home. The Workforce Development Consortium provides job training for people in the region, through a partnership with area colleges. But, officials say job losses and the need for more specialized training has contributed to the center's need for more space. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=04-12 TC04:38]

Construction on the Riverside Center for Research and Technology could begin soon.
The Roanoke Redevelopment and Housing Authority and the owner of Roanoke City Mills have agreed to a purchase price of eight million dollars.
The building will be demolished once the mill constructs a new facility and relocates.
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[IN Q=I think obviously]

((I THINK OBVIOUSLY IT IS A MAJOR STEP FORWARD TO ALLOW US TO BEGIN DEVELOPMENT IN THE AREA FOR THE FIRST BUILDING THAT CARILION HAS PLANNED, ALSO HOPEFULLY PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE MILL TO MOVE FORWARD WITH ITS PLANS.))
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[OUT Q=move forward with its plans.]
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Roanoke City Mills has been around for more than 80 years, and produces 500- thousand pounds of finished flour a day. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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Union workers at Danville's Goodyear plant will not go on strike. The United Steelworkers Local 831 says the company and the union reached a tentative contract agreement. Union members say sticking points were mandatory overtime, the placement of local holidays, and the mandatory purchase of safety shoes.
For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))

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If you're still looking to fill your schedule this weekend, here's some ideas from the weekend calendar. [4 Pages] [Take full screen calendar board] [Chyron 7157]
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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... The anniversary of the war in Iraq brings out protests around the world.
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[ENG#2]

And protestors in England spread their message from high atop a famous landmark. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Three teenagers are under arrest for a setting off an explosive device in Henry County. Two are underage -- the third is an adult.
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Two 17 year old boys are charged with felony manufacture, use, and transportation of an explosive device. One of them is held at the W-W Moore detention center in Danvile, and the other is under going mental health evaluation. 18 year old Jason Matthew Spence of Martinsville was also charged and is held in the Henry county jail on a 10-thousand dollar bond.
Police responded to a parking lot at this auto repair shop in Fieldale Thursday evening, after a bomb went off in the front seat of a car.
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When the Roanoke City School Board holds a special meeting Monday morning, it could mean superintendent Wayne Harris is on the way out.
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There was no mention of their Monday plans, as school board members gathered with Harris for a work session Friday morning.
Members of the board contacted later by phone would not reveal any additional details.
Harris also declined to comment.
But sources say the meeting will deal with the renegotiation of the superintendent's contract... and the likelihood that Harris will step down at the end of the current school year.
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[6Robbery-Arrest]


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The man suspected of holding up a bank in Radford last month is under arrest in Tennessee. FBI agents arrested 19 year old Matthew Brian Aslinger late Wednesday.
A Radford grand jury has already indicted Aslinger on robbery and use of a firearm charges.
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[SUPER=03-Radford/February 25]


Police say he walked into the Wachovia bank on main street, handed the teller a note demanding money and saying he had a gun.
Aslinger is awaiting an extradition hearing. Investigators say they have not recovered any of the money.
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Test results are back on three private wells near Bedford's old landfill, and one of the wells has high levels of chemical contamination. The city will meet with state experts next week to decide what to do next about the contamination.
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City officials had been monitoring water quality on the site for years.. and last week a test well showed contamination from several organic compounds.
Tests were done on three wells that serve four homes across the road from the landfill: one has no contamination, another very low levels and the third showed one chemical level was four times what the E-P-A allows.
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((CRAIG MEADOWS/BEDFORD CITY MANAGER: WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO CLOSELY MONITOR WHAT'S GOING ON OUT THERE. WE'LL PROBABLY ASK PERMISSION TO DRILL AN ADDITIONAL TEST WELL ACROSS THE ROAD TO MAKE SURE WE'VE GOT A GOOD HANDLE ON WHAT'S GOING ON OVER THERE. BUT AS FAR AS THING GO RIGHT NOW, I FEEL LIKE WE'VE PRETTY WELL DEFINED THE AREA OF IMPACT AND WE'RE GOING TO BE PREPARED TO ADDRESS THAT.))
[SUPER=01-Craig Meadows/Bedford City Manager]
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The city installed filters on the three wells last week that officials say should make the drinking water safe.
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It attracts millions of tourists each year, but the Blue Ridge Parkway is falling victim to urban sprawl.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]

Last year the 28- mile stretch of parkway near Roanoke was designated as a "last chance landscape." Now, a number of organizations are working together to conserve land along the parkway and landscape overlooks to hide existing development. Congressman Bob Goodlatte says the stretch of the parkway near Roanoke is unique for two reasons.
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((BOB GOODLATTE: IT IS THE LARGEST POPULATION BY FAR OF ANY PLACE ALONG THAT 469 MILE LONG STRETCH AND IT IS THE LOWEST AVERAGE ELEVATION-- MEANING THE LAND IMMEDIATELY NEXT TO THE PARKWAY IS EMINENTLY DEVELOPABLE.))
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Goodlatte says he hopes to secure federal funding for specific tracts of land that would devalue the parkway if developed.
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Anti war protestors around the world are marking the one-year anniversary of the Iraq war.
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[NATS] ((***STOP TALKING!!!!***))
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[OQ: Sung: Oooooooohhhhhhhh]
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[SUPER=03-Tokyo, Japan]

In Japan, thousands took to the streets of Tokyo to mark the anniversary of the U.S.-led war on Iraq. Japanese public opinion has been split over the war - especially concerning the deployment of Japanese Self Defence Force troops to Iraq to help with the reconstruction of the country. Critics say the deployment violates Japan's pacifist constitution.
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[SUPER=03-London, England]

Demonstrations continued across the continent in England. Scotland Yard says two men believed to be Greenpeace anti-war demonstrators scaled "Big Ben." The men were spotted climbing the tower early this morning. Once they reached the ledge they unfurled a banner which read "Time for Truth" on it and Greenpeace. Organizers of a march planned for central London say they were not behind the tower protest.
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Still ahead, we unveil "Decor and More" to give you decorating ideas for the house.
[ANCHOR=Brent]


And next,
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[VO-NAT]


our new movie critic Joel Sink takes a look through the "Secret Window", but will he like what he sees.
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[S-Salem]


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Williams College has earned the right to defend its Division-Three National title at the Salem Civic Center later today. Last night in the national semi-final, Williams beat its Massachusetts' rival Amherst College 86-to-81.
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[VO NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Division Three Semifinals;]

These two schools are only about 55 miles apart and last night marked their fourth meeting this season. Williams' Ben Coffin, the Most valuable player in last year's final four, picked up right where he left off with 20 points in last night's game. But Amherst is the only team to beat the champs this season and Tim Jones was working hard inside to keep the Jeffs close. Williams' Michael Crotty is a senior guard, and he played like it last night throwing in a team high 21 points, including this three pointer. John Bedford would answer that with a three-ball of his own for the Purple and White.
[SUPER=33-Williams/86/Amherst/81;]

But Jervis Cole gets this shot to go and Williams advances to play Wisconsin-Stevens Point for the D-3 title this afternoon at 4:30.
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The Stevens Point Pointers hammered John Carroll 87-to-62 in the other semi-final game. The consolation game gets started today at 2 o'clock followed by the national championship.

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We are starting a new feature for you today, it's called Decor and More.
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[Take Decor and More full screen] In this week's segment, Angela Combs shows Brent how to make a unique side table, with a small budget.
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[5Dublin-Obesity]


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A Pulaski County Middle school is hoping its teachers can pound in a weighty issue.
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[SUPER=03-Dublin]


Teachers at Dublin Middle School have created health watchers.... a highly contagious way to tackle the childhood obesity epidemic.
They're divided into teams and are competing toward a healthier lifestyle.
Teachers are walking the halls with water and pedometers. The vending machines are almost never touched and students are joining in on the fun.
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[SOT:14:48:38:00, 14:53:44:00 ]
[IN Q=They compete, ]
[SUPER=01-Sherry Duncan/School Nurse;]
[SUPER=01-Sonya Meekins/Teacher;]

((SHERRY DUNCAN: THEY COMPETE, THEY HAVE CHALLENGES, PLUS THEY SUPPORT EACH OTHER. AND HAVE A REALLY GOOD TIME WITH IT TOO. AND THE STUDENTS ARE WATCHING THAT'S WHY WE'RE CALLING IT HEALTH WATCHERS. SONYA MEEKINS: THEY SEE ME DRINKING MY WATER AND EATING MY LITTLE HEALTHY SNACKS OF APPLES AND BANANAS VERSUS GOING TO THE CANDY MACHINE AFTER LUNCH EVERY DAY. SO IT'S BEEN VERY BENEFICIAL FOR THE STUDENTS. ))
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[OUT Q=for the students.]
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[VO-NAT]


The challenge started in January and will last all school year. The red team's in the lead, but the blue team is close behind.
Government researchers say obesity is quickly overtaking smoking as the Number one cause of death in the United States.
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[2BIRTHDAYS!] 3/21/04
Sunday:

[SUPER=130-/Jane Wheeler/Buena Vista] located on bridge computer in birthday file



[SUPER=130-9/Cora Cox/Lexington]



[SUPER=130-69/Cindy Price/Martinsville]


Anniversary:
[SUPER=130-17th/Lennie & Brenda Smith/Roanoke]


Twins:
[SUPER=130-9/Jordan & Jasmine Banks/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-58/Baba Manzoor/Montvale]



[SUPER=130-8/Brandon Ghoston/Phenix]


No Pictures:

[SUPER=131-39/Jeffrey Orrick/Roanoke]



[SUPER=131-/Connie Higgins/Lexington]



[SUPER=131-/William Higgins/Lexington]



[SUPER=131-/Sherman Hudson/Big Island]



[SUPER=131-/William Smith/Callaway]


Anniversary:
[SUPER=131-24th/Sammy & Susan Dulaney/Floyd]



[SUPER=131-/Mavis Linville/Salem]



[SUPER=131-/D. W. Brown/Roanoke]

[SUPER=131-43/Melvin Womack/Chatham]